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WAITED. WORDS Xt.-- ,-..-- - berg. Herne Wait. Metros, Jess bliteholl. Arnie Whitaker. PDS MINI.Th. -Fronds Bry.' 111111113bert. dr Mahler&

WAITED. WORDS Xt.-- ,-..-- - berg. Herne Wait. Metros, Jess bliteholl. Arnie Whitaker. PDS MINI.Th. -Fronds Bry.' 111111113bert. dr Mahler&

WORDS PER LOC MIK - PTE.-Ik* CaronKsown., Edith Areal. WRNS Elio guilt. Joan Wier/red White. WORDS PLR 111•ILTE. Addams. Clarice LIM lignaherp. Hwy. Bonne Mkm Oartle Ids F. And Blusibegg. Mamie Bullard, Edith Carrell. Caron. th Caroms, Maggie Grew. Gladys
December 20, 1920 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON THEATRES. " THE CONSTANT NYMPH " REVIVED. Faint OVR OWN CORRESPONDENT. LONDON, Thursday. Having read the honk, and having

LONDON THEATRES. " THE CONSTANT NYMPH " REVIVED. Faint OVR OWN CORRESPONDENT. LONDON, Thursday. Having read the honk, and having

h. will, which is dated Ai three codicils. The eset.t. •,, am !Hiss Edith l'raig. street, Strand, and Ale.— bans Starling and Hart, solicitors, both oilit. it street. EA'. 311sa Edith ran; %wild sale of tho liaise al II national memorial," • told a Press
September 28, 1928 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SLASHED SLEEVE.

THE SLASHED SLEEVE.

whole quarter. EDITH, Coolinoney.—The handkerchief* are very pretty, lam sure. How nice to hemstitch them and also embroider them. FELIX, Hacketstown.—What shame knock down your house; but I glad to see that you are not discouraged by it. EDITH, Ballsbridgc
December 16, 1922 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COMEDY AT THE ABBEY

COMEDY AT THE ABBEY

bolo. vey had prepared. There was also a piano duet by Misses Edith Mr. J. V. Brady, hon. secretary t Pnofeanr A SPLENDID OFFER!! Boswell and Dorothy Stoke.. The accompanists were Misses Edith Norwell. Dorothy wtittn:his,..stkab.tewdlitolout.,,,thttitiryuttt
December 18, 1922 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, SATTfRPAY FERRE ARY 2,1924

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, SATTfRPAY FERRE ARY 2,1924

dress and you said you wanted to go to college,” insisted her father. At this Edith looked away and would not talk any more. About an hour after supper Rcblenker missed Edith and found the skylight on the top floor open, with a ladder propped against it
February 2, 1924 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A ’’NEWS-Y” LETTER.

A ’’NEWS-Y” LETTER.

Kirk, Kobert Dixon, Edith Euler, Geraldeen Hardy. Millie Groome, John McCaughey, Vivian Davia, Willie Forrest. John Boyde, Harry McKevitt, Addie Boles, Florence Notley, Vera Alexander, Caroline Thompson, Robert Pyper, Henry levers, Edith Dickinson, Mollie
May 5, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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play. She wai corn ris Chambers (Wirral)), 91; NM Doris pelted to scratch from the ehmspionship Fraser (Vulshaw), 82; Miss Edith Leitch Miss Sherwood said she hoped to be able to (Carlisle). 03; Mrs. Cruise (Walton Heath). play to-morrow, but was in a
May 15, 1920 - Sport (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC,

TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC,

Llieil! Labe). Diner Irrse. 84 (Mimi M'Keato:m. LII.II Pickles. 83 •111 r. B Jones. LLLX.. Kathie= I. Ma abs. U. Elocution (Maw Edith Matfrows). Mal Plassurg U (XI.. V. Coulter. L.8.A.X.. Muriel Unitas. (Mr. Agorae Liliq WWII Short, lDhe M. Y. Ml:audios& Margaret
January 7, 1929 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Our Gift Goods are of the Better Cllss, consequently are a Real Pleasure to both Giver and Receiver. Notwithstanding this they arc so keenly priced Wt' fed that the values are not tqualled.

Our Gift Goods are of the Better Cllss, consequently are a Real Pleasure to both Giver and Receiver. Notwithstanding this they arc so keenly priced Wt' fed that the values are not tqualled.

day ; Your death to us was one great loss, But Christ has gained what we have lost. Inserted by her loving daughter and son, EDITH a ALFRED M'IVER. 4 Coronation St., Portadown. 31• IVER—In affectionate remembrance of my dear mother, who fell asleep in Jesus
December 8, 1923 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
Hickey, Eunice Alexander, Edith Dickinson, May Newman, Edie Dougherty, Katie McKevitt, Edward MacGoldrick, Edith Har| vey, George Hall, Muriel Magee,

Hickey, Eunice Alexander, Edith Dickinson, May Newman, Edie Dougherty, Katie McKevitt, Edward MacGoldrick, Edith Har| vey, George Hall, Muriel Magee,

Hickey, Eunice Alexander, Edith Dickinson, May Newman, Edie Dougherty, Katie McKevitt, Edward MacGoldrick, Edith Har| vey, George Hall, Muriel Magee, Mae Blen- MAUREEN Ballvmotc.—So glad you liked nerhassett, Mina Rickerby, Florrie Kellett. the Christmas’
January 3, 1925 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland