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PATIENTS SAD PLIGHT.

PATIENTS SAD PLIGHT.

strains of their six-year old daughter, Kitty. She been got for fever and another for ocelin . 141. Another recitation by Miss Edith of eAdeste Fideles" sounded uncommonly ary Dam ' s.-"A crux arises ," replied Dr. had been participating in the plays at the
December 31, 1921 - Leinster Reporter - Tullamore, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
IN THE COURT JUSTICE IN SOUTHERN IRELAND. advertisement for creditors and INCUMBRANCERS. thoHigH Court of JAMES ALEXANDER MCCONNELL, JOSEPH MITCHELL

IN THE COURT JUSTICE IN SOUTHERN IRELAND. advertisement for creditors and INCUMBRANCERS. thoHigH Court of JAMES ALEXANDER MCCONNELL, JOSEPH MITCHELL

for creditors and INCUMBRANCERS. thoHigH Court of JAMES ALEXANDER MCCONNELL, JOSEPH MITCHELL ANOTHER. PWntlS*. JO,S SARAH EDITH JORDAN ' AMJFR l»t® of R»th- JL , ngunty Down, more, Do«r,p.tnck ... tj. , J-V-. „„ before manll. E«hni»ry. t 0 j the lit del
December 31, 1921 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUCCESSFUL DANCE.

SUCCESSFUL DANCE.

the ladies— Mrs. Mra NT. C. Caruth, Mrs. and Ilisa Dinsmore (Greenfield Houac). Mrs. 0. H. Pinkerton. Miss Vint, and Miss Edith Boyd, all whom are deserving of a special word of mention. When th® mem bent the Southall Diddleum Club met for their annual
December 31, 1921 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Irish Society and Social Review.

Irish Society and Social Review.

marriage will take place on January i ith of Frank J. Kiernan, elder son of Mrs. Kiernan, of Daneswell House. Olasnevin, and Miss Edith Rice. daughter of the late Fred Rice and Mrs. Rice Malone, of Qui Si Sano, Blackrock- December 31, 1921.
December 31, 1921 - Irish Society (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Irish Society and Social Review.

Irish Society and Social Review.

Alice, the elder girl, is the wife o< Colonel Newland, a distinguished soldier the regular army, and is living in Salis bury. Edith, Mrs. Carroll, is resident close to “Grove,” where she was born, and she and her husband well maintain the status of their
December 31, 1921 - Irish Society (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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OUT OF DOORS.

OUT OF DOORS.

Minton, a black cloth dress edged with black and white skunk fur, a racoon coat and black plush hat with cream osprey; Miss Edith Hughes, a navy blue gabardine coat and skirt, and a black hat; Madame Fottrell, a coat and skirt of golden-brown cloth trimmed
December 31, 1921 - Irish Society (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Fipp^aiif® P lilMilllilh I.''

Fipp^aiif® P lilMilllilh I.''

the currentall little effect if constant failures in generation are going nullify that progressive policy. Last week Miss Edith Morgan, second daughter of the late Rev. Canon Morgan, for many yearn rector of Lame, was married to Rudolf de Salis, chairman
December 31, 1921 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
URNVIL Qp. lb. Tin Cocoa

URNVIL Qp. lb. Tin Cocoa

urther Auction HOUSEHOLD NOTES.- By LADY EDITH. Fruit Trill*. Ingredients—4 0 small sponge cakes, gills milk, 1 egg, oz. sngar, vanlUa, small tin apricots, any kind of tinned bottled fruit, 14 gills cream, oz. sugar. Method—Cut
December 31, 1921 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LADIES’ COATS.

LADIES’ COATS.

nection with the mercantile marine alien visited nearly all parts the world. JOHV D.v DAUGHTER S«uft» DtniM in 8a Minotw. Mil. Edith of Mr. John T>. RookfelUr. filed » suit for divorce . against her husband, Mr. Harold M'Oomuck, president of the International
December 29, 1921 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARRIAOEa

MARRIAOEa

the Bev. John M*Lay, B.D.— Herbert Hardcastle, second son of Mr. and Mrs. A, J. Hardcastle, The Exchange, Purley, Surrey, to Edith M., youngest daughter the late Jas. Drynan and Mrs. Drynan, 1, Stanley Villas, Cliftonpark Avenue, Belfast. M'Clura—Eldrid
December 29, 1921 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland