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KNIGHTS.

KNIGHTS.

Crichton, Capt. the Hon. James Crichton. and Lady Mary Crichton have arrived at Cront Castle, Co. Fernianagk from London. lady Edith Stopford, the Lord Chief Jitstiee, Colonel and Mrs. Campbell. Lieut.-Col.' fowling Major R. M. Aylmer, Major T. French and
January 1, 1920 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IWILLSONS Ou" PURDYSBIJRN, ELDER BY THE WAR.' Laos. RECALLS suRRI eta:Able Belson a. Down (Gght 2,r. I. Dickson. lOTINLNT CAPTAIN

IWILLSONS Ou" PURDYSBIJRN, ELDER BY THE WAR.' Laos. RECALLS suRRI eta:Able Belson a. Down (Gght 2,r. I. Dickson. lOTINLNT CAPTAIN

postal union: Sinniina, a ha. trusser Grinvilitwai. and 11, wild . War wreaked hiy. by ....Ping free Nor,. twat It mild, 4..edith, Norwraitin, ate!" paid. o,utnutri rirerdotod inde• I e.tioinst.gy in t•lr thr, countries itirthot.• P(.11DISBI' One, Mgt Sf
January 1, 1920 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JUMPED TO DEATH

JUMPED TO DEATH

AT DUSK OF A CENERAL'S DAUGHTER Seen on a G.W.11. bridge near Coleford, Glos., at dusk waving her arms about wildly, Miss Edith Gregorie (52), daughter of Gen. Gregorie, of Wukingham, Jerks, suddenly jumped over the parapet, falling 50 feet, and was killed
January 2, 1920 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
soan NOTES.

soan NOTES.

about to spend some weeks in •the South of, France. The Lord Chief Justice of Ireland has arrived in London from Dublin. Lady Edith Stopiord has arrived in London from Courtowu, Co. WestOrd. Lady Barrymoro baa left Loudon for rho Cootiorod. Mr. Lloyd George
January 2, 1920 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL

SOCIAL AND PERSONAL

Lady BarryTnore has left London for the Continent. Lady Edith Stopford has arrived in London from Courtown, Co. Wexford, Holmes' January Sale. Unprecedented Bargains in all Departments.—W. Holmes, Dublin, Ltd., 60, 70, 71 South George's
January 2, 1920 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE CHILDREN'S FETE

THE CHILDREN'S FETE

William Stoker, Miss Anita McCarthy, Mrs. Fagan Redmond, Dr. Alice Barry, Miss Louisa Iholllllsoll, Miss Humphreys and Miss Edith O'Sullivan the hon. secretaries. It was no easy task to adjudge the various prizes. as nearly all the costumes so well carried
January 2, 1920 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JAMES WALKER

JAMES WALKER

largely made up contributions the young people, most of whom appeared on the platform for the flr«t time. The Misses Mabel and Edith Branu sang the following duets ’’ When He cometh” and "There is a city bright. Mi?® Muriel Braun and Master Norman Braun sang
January 3, 1920 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SKERRY’S COLLEGE, 4, BATVIBW-TBBRA0B; LONDONDKBET. Principal—A. HaUidsy, B.A. (Loodan), Specialised and Individual Tuition for Civil Survico. Matriculation. Banka. Railwaja. King’s

SKERRY’S COLLEGE, 4, BATVIBW-TBBRA0B; LONDONDKBET. Principal—A. HaUidsy, B.A. (Loodan), Specialised and Individual Tuition for Civil Survico. Matriculation. Banka. Railwaja. King’s

Beauty,” with Mien Adams as Rosebud,” Miss Marian M Cullagh The Prince,” Miss Gertie Trimble fee Wicked Fairy,” and Mieses Edith Brownlow and Mary M'Oullough as “Good Fairies,” made mo* effective group. Roaebud’s” tiny tram-beanKfc were Phyllis Morton
January 3, 1920 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ALEXANDER MASONIC LODGE 571.

ALEXANDER MASONIC LODGE 571.

their recent bereavemei.v. ■r Hillsborough Street, Hemainder SeaMii’. <ai«nnin« M I linery *• tsiiaisus™ ‘'“ , S RantSstlna Edith Barretts,";™-'' LM M (PI-U. -K-liur. » O-r'f.) QHAND OPERA HODSE. Y A L_C INEM A .! E,n7 '' "T. TO-DAY AND ALL WEEK. VV 3 WONDERFUL
January 5, 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
QUEEN'S THEATRE PANTOMIME

QUEEN'S THEATRE PANTOMIME

DUBLIN SHIPPING REPORT Arrivals:—Steamers — Sliev4 Bawn (Blood), goods: Kelburne (L'pool), slag; Whinstone, Sarah (rough, Jane, Edith, Stanley (G'ston), coals; Aspen N'port), Agnes Ellen (Silloth), Ardri (M'Fort), coals. Departurcri -Steamers—Slieve Gallion
January 6, 1920 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland