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OFFER Moneymore Petty Sessions

OFFER Moneymore Petty Sessions

October to 18th November he had been absent 12 days out of 24. He was 11 years and 5 months and past 3rd class. Fined ss. Edith Wright, Ballylifford was John. Thein respect of her son The S.A.O. said that this boy's attendance had been satisfactory. A
December 7, 1929 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND PERSONAL

COURT AND PERSONAL

the Domeier Vielet Durban Reties& lady Prey, lady Pbrehet, trite teek pint it the perlersisaare; lady Carellea Paget, lady Edith Drumemad sad lady Lamaism The Mardileans of art Imam at the animal Mar Palk=ea Tweak?. Jamey le, at Claridge, all br. lieneardis
December 7, 1929 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EGFtAPH, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1929.

EGFtAPH, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1929.

Londonderry 5 Mr. Henry Crawford Anonymous, per Colonel A. Mitchell Mrs. R. H. Neill. Craigavad ..... Mr. Alexander Brown 5 • Miss Edith Abs. Breasts ~-...... ..... • Messrs. Tiiiihey Co.. Ltd. Mrs. S. M. Greer Mr. Arthur J. Weir. Newteersarda 3 • Messrs. Alexander
December 7, 1929 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW MATERNITY HOSPITAL (Continued). NEW MATERNITY HOSPITAL (CentlnuMl).

NEW MATERNITY HOSPITAL (Continued). NEW MATERNITY HOSPITAL (CentlnuMl).

Henry Crawford 5 0 0 Anonymous. i»er Colonel A. B. Mitchell 0 0 Mrs H. Neill. Craigavad 5 0 0 MY. Alexander Brown 5 0 0 Miss Edith Alice M'Cann 5 0 0 Messrs. Timbey Co., Ltd. 5 0 0 Mrs. S. M. Greer 500 Mr. Arthur J. Weir. Ncwtownards 5 0 0 Blessrs Alexander
December 7, 1929 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANTRIM CO. COUNCIL THE SURVEYOR’S ESTIMATE IMPROVEMENTS TO THE ROADS

ANTRIM CO. COUNCIL THE SURVEYOR’S ESTIMATE IMPROVEMENTS TO THE ROADS

were the hostesses at a very successful “Parcel Tea,** held in the Lecture Hall of the Church, in aid Foreign Missions. Miss Edith Boyd, president of the Auxiliary, assisted by the officebearers, welcomed the guests who found sumptuous tea provided for their
December 7, 1929 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
By " ARBITER ELEGANTIARUM."

By " ARBITER ELEGANTIARUM."

Dunbar; Mrs. Ryan; Miss Lucy M. Gaflikin; Miss Anastasia larCready, .1.1'.; MINS Sarah Andrews; 'Miss Sarah Blackwood; Miss Edith Rodgers; Mr. .1. Carroll Culbert, F.C.S. The Clerk. Robert H. Wilson, Esq., 4).8.E.; Assistant Clerk, Mr. William A. Sinclair;
December 7, 1929 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
ANTRIM CO. COUNCIL THE SURVEYOR’S ESTIMATE IMPROVEMENTS TO THE ROADS QUESTION OF TRAINING THE BLIND

ANTRIM CO. COUNCIL THE SURVEYOR’S ESTIMATE IMPROVEMENTS TO THE ROADS QUESTION OF TRAINING THE BLIND

reports of flooding ol artistes took - part in the programme; , fields in the north end of the Coant\;. Mrs M‘Conno:i. Mrs. Edith M'Candless, |,nd the Inspector of Works, Ministry Slisses Jcanni“ Kerr. Sadie M‘Dowel I, Mar- f Finance, to permit one of his
December 7, 1929 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Gossip from Mayfair. (From Our Lad; Correspodent.) rs. R. tiorw iorsM work, sale. >d for )f tha from oner* wart.

Gossip from Mayfair. (From Our Lad; Correspodent.) rs. R. tiorw iorsM work, sale. >d for )f tha from oner* wart.

Caulfield, Co. Tyrone, eldest of tie late Ynvr P. Burgos and Mrs. Barges, and Christine, onlr daughter of Colonel and Lady Edith Poer O'Shee, of 24, Elm Park Gardens, London. SAT. , A WOMAN’S DIARY. London, Wednesday. Although the Queen of Spain and her
December 5, 1929 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ITAVINTIT EXPERISENTAL

ITAVINTIT EXPERISENTAL

Weather Fn..- east. etc. 640—Light Meek: Lament (Urdu (baritone). the Hirmingbani Studio Orthestre. rooducted by Joseph Lewis; Edith Lake (violoncellol (from Birmingham). 84— Frearb Music: The Wireleae Symphony Orehestra. .orglucted Percy Pitt: Alma BOTOdaIN
December 4, 1929 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
(W. J. STCOY & SONS, LTD.), AUCTIONEER AND VALUER, 80, SMITHFIELD, BELFAST.

(W. J. STCOY & SONS, LTD.), AUCTIONEER AND VALUER, 80, SMITHFIELD, BELFAST.

o’clock noon LOT I.—lo KITCHEN HOUSES, NOS. 12 30. DUFFERIN STREET. Let per donum £lOl 6 Ground Rent issuing out ot Nos. 7/15, Edith Street
December 4, 1929 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland