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Irish Society and Social Review.

Irish Society and Social Review.

other’s tone, however, Edith Malet inclined to the opinion that her companion was doubtful on the point. “But a painter in oils could never misconstrue ** “Samuel KeUow would never do so.” “What a sweet name, Miss Twistlel” Edith Malet had dropped her
December 11, 1920 - Irish Society (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
"Artists.

"Artists.

NORMAN INNES. “Edith, your dear papa would most certainly deplore such conduct, “I can’t remember doing anything that dad did not deplore." Miss Malet sighed wearily. “I’m sure there can be no harm in offering Mr Smith some tea.” “My dear, these
December 11, 1920 - Irish Society (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DAME ELLEN TERRY LEAVES £20,000. Bulk of Fortune for Son and Daughter. NATIONAL MEMORIAL PLAN. Dame Ellen Terry left estate

DAME ELLEN TERRY LEAVES £20,000. Bulk of Fortune for Son and Daughter. NATIONAL MEMORIAL PLAN. Dame Ellen Terry left estate

Tenterden (Kent), where she spent the last years of her life, is left to her daughter, Miss Edith Craig, absolutely. The residue to be divided. One-half is to go to Miss Edith Craig absolutely, with a direction that the value of the property at Small Hythe, less
September 28, 1928 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The fairy then cam© out, and she I have not any magic pow’r was horrified to hear Against a bird so great; What Betty did. Said she, “ Tho bird So, if you’ll save her, you mu<t go Will punish her, I fear. Before it is too late.”

The fairy then cam© out, and she I have not any magic pow’r was horrified to hear Against a bird so great; What Betty did. Said she, “ Tho bird So, if you’ll save her, you mu<t go Will punish her, I fear. Before it is too late.”

Medcalf, Addie Roles, Florrie Kellett, Edith Dickinson. Eileen Peet, Alice Godkin. Willie Hall, Lilv eir, Ivan Patterson, Beatrice Homer, Gladys Price, Minnie Mullen, Edith Hate?, Lillie Rickerby, Maud McKittrick, Edith Alexander, Sidney Greig, John McCauehey
March 24, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EDUCATION

EDUCATION

Gwen Thomas, Ethel Taylor, Lily Wright. 70 WORDS PER MINUTE—Edith Baxter. Grctta Courtney, Ellen Graham. Mary Godfrey. Florrie Henderson, Edith Jono.-. Annie Jackson, Margaret Kerr, Edith Kirkwood, Mabel Miller, Florric Maginnis, M'Allietex, Marjorie
September 2, 1922 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PITMAN’S SHORTHAND EXAMINATIONS.

PITMAN’S SHORTHAND EXAMINATIONS.

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 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Successful Local Events.

Successful Local Events.

presented by Vice-Commodore- Starters—Lodv Edith (Mr. John. Good. Irish Y.C., Kingstown): (Major T* Cockburn-Mercer, Channel Islands Y.C.) H. M. 8. H. M. S. Edith (winner) 11 40 7 ... 16 54 11 55 ...Nottimed Lady Edith conceded Cooya 30min. 36sec. Yachts of
July 13, 1929 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
100 CD IFIVI` 2!L /Di CO WIT I%l' . THE AMBULANCE.

100 CD IFIVI` 2!L /Di CO WIT I%l' . THE AMBULANCE.

remain always Yours sincerely. GEORGE H. TANNER PROMISING PORTADOWN VOCALIST. Our readers will be gratified to learn that Miss Edith de Pauley, Parkmotmt, Portadown, had a splendid reception on her appealance at the Ulster Hall Organ Recital in Belfast on
November 25, 1922 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
DUNCAN v. BUCKLE.

DUNCAN v. BUCKLE.

of Mira Edith ! Le i tc h . th e Estkish internationalist..and Yrs. Hurd. As Min l Campbell. the latter won the British title in 1909 and 1911, and she has scored triplo aucces;es in the British-American Ilig Canadian c hampionships. Miss Edith I t umfotort
October 3, 1923 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHKKTS.

SHKKTS.

LAST DAY. By CLIVE R. FENN. Author 01 “A kiitter Yoke,” “The Pilgrim and the Star,” “Scouts Three,” “A Royal Romance,” etc. Edith Hurst drew herself up sharply as she heard her mother’s step. She was not going to make bad worse by showing what she felt
September 4, 1920 - Irish Society (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland