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Wig Suffor

Wig Suffor

Gilmour, David Sloan, George Newell,iall of Terryhoegan. Tandragee, with the larceny of half a ton of coal, from,the lighter Edith, on the 20th November,the property of Messrs. - _ Fisher it Sons, Newry. - Mr: P. M. Cullen appeared for Gilmour, and Mr. T
December 18, 1925 - Portadown Times - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
MISS DUNN’S SCHOOL. . . .

MISS DUNN’S SCHOOL. . . .

Madge Crawford, Edith Cranston, Doreen Clarke. Edith Cunningham. Marion Cochrane. Marjorie Chambers. Lillie Campbell, Nellie Clark, Dorothy Dixon, Sadie Douglas, Eunice Duncan, Jeannie Duff. Mona England, Irene Fullerton, Ethel French. Edith Forrest, Julia
December 20, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Coward's Courage. A STRANGE CHRISTMAS DRAMA. Ilv EAftLE DANESFORD.

Coward's Courage. A STRANGE CHRISTMAS DRAMA. Ilv EAftLE DANESFORD.

Ile simply must find work! For months now he had stumbled along under the heavy burden of hardship and poverty, in which Edith, Ira; wile, and Daisy, their baby girl, had morn than borne their share. Desperation had driven him out of Morehester, where
December 28, 1929 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
A STRANGE CHRISTMAS DRAMA.

A STRANGE CHRISTMAS DRAMA.

front row just below, Edith sat, radiant and proud, her eyes never leaving her husband's flushed face. Why Hasn't the other man—the reel hero —coma lirward? " ion sakcd himself again and again. But all that answered was the echo of Edith's voice: - . "A fresh
December 28, 1929 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS,

PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS,

n (equal). Senior Freshmen. Latin-1, Mary Edith M'Kee. Englieh -1, Winifred S. Morton; 2, Mary Edith M'Kee. French—l, Mary Edith M•Kee; 2 Winifred S. Morton. German--2. Nansv A. Pollock. Physics—l, Mary Edith JPlKer; 2, James A. M;ll;;nustThea-1. Franc
April 12, 1923 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
4 COMPLETE STORY. t i ;, t`' b; The Ghost of the Black Pit All that Sunday morning there had

4 COMPLETE STORY. t i ;, t`' b; The Ghost of the Black Pit All that Sunday morning there had

trees Bend down thy touch to meet; The clover-blossoms in the grass Rise up to kiss thy feet"? Had not he also thought of his Edith throughout the servke, and througout the sermon, and was he not now standing by her side, in the old churchyard, that to him
September 23, 1926 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
_.IIIHE WANTED. Boyers, at Highest Primo. lc SONS. LTO.. ' SMITHFIELD. OK:KEEPER; for Luroin; Neat Shop.

_.IIIHE WANTED. Boyers, at Highest Primo. lc SONS. LTO.. ' SMITHFIELD. OK:KEEPER; for Luroin; Neat Shop.

Srthee, Constance Todhunter, Mollie Young. titian Young. SENIOR THEORY—Anne Adaloam Violet Bunting, Maureen Barr. Elsa Brigid, Edith Baxter, Jean Brain, Eva Burrell. Rachel Beggs, Ellie Coard, Nita Camp C alve bell, Aggie Canon. Berle Cooke, Mande rt. Dorothy
January 13, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Aral t et! Jcv it 1 ilffloolll A? 'Mk 0.P.0 AS A lIEWSPAPIAL MONDAY, JULY 8, 1929. \ TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC, LONDON.

Aral t et! Jcv it 1 ilffloolll A? 'Mk 0.P.0 AS A lIEWSPAPIAL MONDAY, JULY 8, 1929. \ TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC, LONDON.

Hilda Park. V (Singing) (Mr. R. Rome UAYtk). Darin Connolly. SS IMit3 Illarpart. Arthur Mowatt. SS (Mr. James Damn. T.LC.O.). Edith Kennedy. (Mr. P. Kennedy. L.T.C.L.I. Maureen Miteardie (Mr. J. H. anaratan). Dort., Dunlop. U (Him Dann. L.T.C.L.). Ada K.
July 8, 1929 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BILLING AND EATING 1111111TIL

BILLING AND EATING 1111111TIL

was restanad at Leads on Friday in which Edith Easily Hughes, sad 14, is charged with the wilful startler of her three-year-old sister, Morena Way. of 9 Greenland Place. New Wortley, ea March 29 The girl, Edith. did Dot appear to realise the seriousness
April 21, 1928 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ORIENTAL STUDENT INVOLVED.

ORIENTAL STUDENT INVOLVED.

Two weeks ago Edith Florence Catling, a pretty, fair-haired girl, who has only just tamed 16, locked the door of her room in her father's house at Edith Grove, Meseta, in which she had been playing the piano, on Sunday evening
October 8, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland