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DUBLIN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1929.

DUBLIN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1929.

Mrs. Hospital. Dermot Francis, elder son of Mr. and A. D. Gaussen. bte Ballyronun, County Derry, to Mrs. T. Flood, Rallygnr. Edith Romlyne, widow of the late CapUia U. V. S. OALLAOHBR—December 4. 1929, Rev. Brother Drewitt, M.C., A.F.C.. R.A.F. P. A. Gallagher
December 14, 1929 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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f Household Hints (S> By'• LADY EDITH.'’

f Household Hints (S> By'• LADY EDITH.'’
December 14, 1929 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IN ABSENTIA

IN ABSENTIA

(discip. sebot.). IN ARTIBUB. Moderatores I'riraae Classis —(ole. Johannes in rtroque Jore—Cusses. Bobertua Joseph: Keller. Edith Geraldine. . Barcnlaurel In MeulclnA in t*hiratiriA in Arte OhetelrlrlA—Bnm. Ediiardns Johannes May; Garde. Alfrcdus
December 14, 1929 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VICTIMS OF THE GALE CARDIFF STEAMER LOST HER CREW OF 25 PERISH YOUNG MAN’S HEROISM

VICTIMS OF THE GALE CARDIFF STEAMER LOST HER CREW OF 25 PERISH YOUNG MAN’S HEROISM

landed here from Spain, off the coast of which the vessel was lost and will bo sent home to England. WOMAN KILLED IN BED. Mrs. Edith Victoria Diana Hamilton, living Nightingale Road, Southsca, was killed on Friday night the chimney stack of the bouse being
December 14, 1929 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST TELEGRAPH, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1929.

BELFAST TELEGRAPH, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1929.

••Belfast n , ‘ • l 'en't the second reading on Tuesday will propony. bas been milled to Neer,- on h u mus. Teleoiaph - when Moe Edith Wallace, a ,h - ~L e ek Mt .. sl' : 141"ng bit *baler have an important e ff ect on the of MIA o me own. t in revue • laid
December 14, 1929 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CONCERT IN MOY.

CONCERT IN MOY.

The concert opened with a pianoforte duet by Mrs. Wright and Miss- Steen, and songs were sung by the Misses F. Whiteside, Edith Gallagher, and the Castlecaulfield Ladies' Trio, and y Messrs. M'Laugblin, Murray, Vallely, Hyde, Dr. Wright, and Major Williamson
December 13, 1929 - Portadown Times - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
TRAM TOPtille

TRAM TOPtille

following were detained in a critical condition:—Miss Constaisce Smith. of Hertford reed, Enfield; injuries to head and right ass; Edith Aylktg, North read, IWdmiden injuries to The driven el the and tram were uninjured, bat were treated foe shock.
December 12, 1929 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOUND DEAD-AT IHE WHEEL.

FOUND DEAD-AT IHE WHEEL.

of home and foreign missions. At the opening a number of children presented a playlet, entitled "The Pageant of-'Sunlight" (Edith Murray), which explained the objects of the sale and made a call to women for service for Church and country. Mrs. Greer, who
December 12, 1929 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST TELEGRAPH. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1929. FOUR DEAD: 19 INJURED

BELFAST TELEGRAPH. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1929. FOUR DEAD: 19 INJURED

detainee!. THE isirsta. C.,wan,c Smith. :lg.] 2.3. of S Hertford Road, Entiebl. tructured right arm and injuries to bead. Edith .tylin4. 01 14 No7th Hoed, noddies. don. injuries to heal. !Wes 'Woodcock. aged 47. of Hatton Dead, Chestiest. injuries to
December 12, 1929 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRUSTEES’ SALE (TO WIND OP ESTATE) OF KITCHEN HOUSES & GROUND RENTS STREET 4 DUFFERIN STREET To be SOLD BY

TRUSTEES’ SALE (TO WIND OP ESTATE) OF KITCHEN HOUSES & GROUND RENTS STREET 4 DUFFERIN STREET To be SOLD BY

o’clock noon LOT I.—lo KITCHEN HOUSES, NOS. 12.30, DUFFERIN STREET, Let per annum £lOl 8 0 Ground Rent issuing out of Nos. 7/15, Edith Street 8 0 0 £lO9 8 0 Less Ground Bent adjusted ... 17 10 0 Profit Rent, less Taxes ... £9llB 0 LOT 2.-6 KITCHEN HOUSES, NOS
December 11, 1929 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland