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A COY'S SONG,

A COY'S SONG,

poem indeed, marred only by *' for-got and *' wl»h-out.” which should written aa single word, “forgot.” ”withoat”). Miss G. Edith W'skely (this class poem does not seem quite soil your distinctive and original style. I wonder could you vary It? But you
December 21, 1929 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TRAGEDIES OF THE SEA. AMAZING DECEPTION SIX MEN DROWNED. REVEALED. BAY OF BISCAY DISASTER. BOGUS HUSBAND SENTENCED. VESSEL LOST HEDITEBBANEAN.

TRAGEDIES OF THE SEA. AMAZING DECEPTION SIX MEN DROWNED. REVEALED. BAY OF BISCAY DISASTER. BOGUS HUSBAND SENTENCED. VESSEL LOST HEDITEBBANEAN.

“BELFAST TELEGRAPH" CEREMONY A pleasant event took place on Thursday evening tho offices of the “Belfast Telegraph” when Miss Edith Wallace, member of Advertising- Department received gift from her friends liestaff on the occasion of her approaching marriage
December 21, 1929 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CAMBRIDGE HOUSE SCHOOL PRIZE

CAMBRIDGE HOUSE SCHOOL PRIZE

and future happiness. (Applause.) Miss Smith fact she was never ou the premises The P si but money, then callecf on >liss Edith Mayne to present old woman thought she had teen on j Phon i bank, savings certificate,' to Mjss Smith a canteen of cutlery
December 21, 1929 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
3600 Us of tbe 2>ag.

3600 Us of tbe 2>ag.

writes— Oh! native mountain heather How 1 yearned for your scent Through the golden summer weather In the dusty city pent; and Edith Wheeler, from another part the county, has the same longing— I’m weary of the city ways, the hurry, din and bustle, I’m weary
December 21, 1929 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRAGEDY IN LONDON BUS-TRAMCAR COLLISION FOUR KILLED AND 19 INJURED SEATS AS STRETCHERS

TRAGEDY IN LONDON BUS-TRAMCAR COLLISION FOUR KILLED AND 19 INJURED SEATS AS STRETCHERS

detained. THE INJI BED. Constance Smith, aged 23, of 8 Hertford Road, Enfield, fractured right arm and in- Hines to head. Edith Aylmg, of 44 North Road, Hoddesdon. injuries to head. Ellen Woodcock, aged 47. of Hatton Road, Chesbunt, injuries to bead.
December 21, 1929 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WEEKLY TELEGI

WEEKLY TELEGI

competent teachers, and who would receive their very best wishes ior future happiness. (Applause.) Miss hmith then called on Miss Edith present Miss Smith a canteen cutlery oak and inscribed. . , Miss Smith, who was warmlv received, thanked them for the beautiful
December 21, 1929 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST AUCTION SALES.

BELFAST AUCTION SALES.

evening, December 13, when there was large attendance of members. Mr. S. W. Anderson, J.P., presided, and introduced Miss Edith Gregg, of the Empire Marketing Board, who gave a lantern lecture “Ulster and the Empire.’* Miss Gregg, who is a gifted speaker
December 21, 1929 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LADIES’ HOCKEY.

LADIES’ HOCKEY.

orentaa. 13lfc Deaartbar, whan *haaa nma Intga nttarthiwe of manberi. Mn. 8 W. Aaderaon, J.P.. preaidod. and tebodnoad Mian Edith Crate, of the Eapira HuhaUng Board, who lecture em Uleler *l*® ffISSST* lantern alidea. The nanonnoad that the next mretiot
December 20, 1929 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OXFORD'S NARROW WIN.

OXFORD'S NARROW WIN.

EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY HANDICAPPED. In the atatelt ad their geollteh Eningsity trained a barren: salvo . Edith loran I:llinen.ity Ldnabargh iso tites tele penalty gaol (3 The Wet Chose!) . contested thronghast, and urre teteally hatdienaned
December 20, 1929 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO B*njol*re Oomndea their win over Brentwood Setnidey. In the leet twenty minntee the .feitore were played to itend etill,

TO B*njol*re Oomndea their win over Brentwood Setnidey. In the leet twenty minntee the .feitore were played to itend etill,

teachers, and who wm to receive their very best wishes for her future happiness. (Applause.) The Chairman then called on Mi?s Edith Mayce to make the presentation, which took the form of a canteen of cutlery, oak, and i iscribed, there being 101 pieces. The
December 20, 1929 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland