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MASKED EPILEPSY.

MASKED EPILEPSY.

The child told her Edith had been smacking her face. Mrs. M'Grath told Edith she was a wicked girl, and instructed her to dress the children and bring them into her house. She then lefl, taking the baby with her. Half an hour later Edith ran out of the house
May 8, 1928 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BALLYMENA LADY’S DEATH-

BALLYMENA LADY’S DEATH-

daughter, Edith.’ from her father mother; “In affectionate remembrance Edith.** fiom her loving brother, Bobbie; ■ from Jack, Lizzie, and family “In fond ami j lovin'.' remembrance Edith "In affectionate ami loving remembrance of dear , Edith,” from Ja
April 7, 1928 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
14• YEAR GIRL CHARGED WITH MURDER. STRANGLED LITTLE SISTER. MUD OVILTT, MIT nuns. verdwi. of Emit• bet inssm me forelei

14• YEAR GIRL CHARGED WITH MURDER. STRANGLED LITTLE SISTER. MUD OVILTT, MIT nuns. verdwi. of Emit• bet inssm me forelei

child told her that Edith had been selecting her fare. Mrs. 11•Grath told Edith she was a wicked girl end instructed her to dress the children and Fring them into her homes. She this left, taking the baby with her. Half an hour later Edith ran out of the hous
May 8, 1928 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THEORY.

THEORY.

Ethel Tiyior, UJr Wright. 70 WORDS PER MINUTB-tta* Bg{t« Courtlier. Ellen Grahim, Godfrey, Flom'e Henderson. Edith Jon*. Jackson, Margaret Kerr, Edith Kitkrood Mabel Miller, Florrie Msfinnii. Neal McAllister, Marjorie MTlveen. M‘Bw ney, Olive Perrott, Rose
September 2, 1922 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NATIONAL UNION OF TBACUEKS.

NATIONAL UNION OF TBACUEKS.

Wright. WORDS PER MINUTE—Eo.;h Baxter. Gretta Courtney, Ellen Graham, Mary Godfrey, Flerne Henderson. Edith Jones, Annie Jackson. Margaret Kerr. Edith Kirkwood. Abbie Kennedy. Mabel Miller, FV>rne Nellie iTAUister, Marjorie 31‘Hveeo. Katie M'Burney. Winnie
January 15, 1923 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
We send crated and carriage paid to any station in Deland.

We send crated and carriage paid to any station in Deland.

MISS EDITH MATHEWS’ PUPILS Interesting Dnmatlo Performance. No mttfaer how excellent, a reputation one may hero teacher students* performance is always fraught with considerable anxiety. This
May 1, 1920 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SATURDAY. 'AUEBUST 14. 1926 17' grandMr-1M f foal by Pucka Sahlb—Wlnde3l Mr. J. 100 Property Oresdair—B in, aged, by :Vied—Queen

SATURDAY. 'AUEBUST 14. 1926 17' grandMr-1M f foal by Pucka Sahlb—Wlnde3l Mr. J. 100 Property Oresdair—B in, aged, by :Vied—Queen

and both rounds were decided. LADY EDITH'S GOOD WIN. From a good start only inches separated Mavourneen, Kismet, Espanola, Lady Edith as they reached through the pier ends, with Carib* bringing up the rear. Lady Edith was the first to reach the S. Bar
August 14, 1926 - Sport (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DROGHEDA ARGUS AND ADVERTISER. DEC. 28 1926 was too late, could not blot that out. He still remained the

THE DROGHEDA ARGUS AND ADVERTISER. DEC. 28 1926 was too late, could not blot that out. He still remained the

definitely through the clouds, and Edith began to sing about the house. Then, barely a week before Christmas, he found himself " listed," with about a doses others, for retrenchment owing to bad trade. And only that morning Edith had been chatting and laughing
December 28, 1929 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
PREPARATORY

PREPARATORY

MTM TK.-Gretta Courtney, Edith Falkner, Bertha Geddee, Abbie Kennedy. Marjorie Al'ltvcen, Florne Masrinnie, Maud Pinkerton. WORDS PER MINUTE. Dora Bruce. May Burrell, Elsie Boyle Gretta - nev. Lizzie Doak. Madße Fleming, Edith Falkner, Bertha Geddes, Vt
August 13, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST TELEGRAPH, SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1928.

BELFAST TELEGRAPH, SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1928.

NATIONAL UNION OF TEACHERS. !YPEWSITIHU—ADVANCED—Nees.Beatty INTERMEDIATE—LiIy Heron, Sothis !Sanderson, Mildred Hamilton, Edith Jones, Jean King, Ruth Lunn, Beatrice Lawlor, Kathleen Haynes. Katie Al'Hureey, Mabel M'Clure. Elsie Scott, Ethel Taylor. Aideen
August 11, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland