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HARBOUR<—MRB. W. E. WILLI AMES. WIFE OF, THE CHAIRMAN Of THE . E. WILUAMES. D.LJ. CHRISTENING THE NEW hLOT CUTTtR. EDITH IOOK. (INSET) MISS RUDD PRESENTING MRS. WILLIAMES WITH A BOUQUET ON BEHALF OF'THE PILOTAGE. , ,

HARBOUR<—MRB. W. E. WILLI AMES. WIFE OF, THE CHAIRMAN Of THE . E. WILUAMES. D.LJ. CHRISTENING THE NEW hLOT CUTTtR. EDITH IOOK. (INSET) MISS RUDD PRESENTING MRS. WILLIAMES WITH A BOUQUET ON BEHALF OF'THE PILOTAGE. , ,

They had brought the Edith Williames her tew duties ruder the most favourable auspices. she long hold tliat station, to of service to the port end help the mariner. Most appropriately the new steam pilot cutter has been named the Edith VviUiujues," and the
September 30, 1922 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BANKING RESUMED AT SMYRNA.

BANKING RESUMED AT SMYRNA.

STEP. The pilotage service in connection with the Port of Belfast entered upon new era yesterday, when the steam pilot cutter Edith Williames was put into commission to relieve the schooner Falcon, which ha* been doing duty on the statical since the old schooner
September 27, 1922 - Belfast News-Letter - 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
 
BELFAST PILOTAGE SERVICE. NEW BOAT INSTALLED. AN INTERESTING EVENT.

BELFAST PILOTAGE SERVICE. NEW BOAT INSTALLED. AN INTERESTING EVENT.

30 a.m. and proceeded to the Clarendon Dock, where Mrs. Williatnes, wife th© Chairman, named the new cutter. In naming the Edith Williames, Mrs. Willi antes said she was deeply touched when the desire was expressed that she should allow the ship to be
September 27, 1922 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUKKARIZti AND tiCHI )LARBHIP&

DUKKARIZti AND tiCHI )LARBHIP&

APRIL, 1992. FAOULTY OF AR'TS, Junior Freshmen. Edith M ••• Letin-1, Mass Mary Edith 'Kee; 2, James A. M'Farldnd. English-1, Misa Winifred Sophia Murton; 2, Miss IP.. bland A. Fulton._ Freacb-1, Miss Mary Edith MAse; 2, Miss 'Jaw r 112'Dows21. Haase--Mir
April 13, 1922 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 

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THE ORME SIPLIMUM.

THE ORME SIPLIMUM.

liewilf Bat we day. ks be we levee. aodwo warty • sea. Wei ster Edith that be ear gen to the river. SW It • epieedid idea. sad ale IMO 'They up the river for a hag way. sad at Reel Edith shouted, "Oh. leek. Deed& at that .biay thing over Were ea the other
March 18, 1922 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern 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
 
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
 
NEW PILOT CUTTER FOR BELFAST HAR®Pllj ?'nitcSnWL >E' qh 'pi SlYh/l NT HI WHp I LOT *'cUTTE R OFEdTtH WI LL, AM ES W, TH A BOUQUET

NEW PILOT CUTTER FOR BELFAST HAR®Pllj ?'nitcSnWL >E' qh 'pi SlYh/l NT HI WHp I LOT *'cUTTE R OFEdTtH WI LL, AM ES W, TH A BOUQUET

and the occasion was signalised by official ceremonial. I Most appropriately the new steam pilot ' cutter has been named the Edith and the christening was gracefully performed by Mrs. W. E. Williamee, l wile the esteemed chairman the Trust ! (Mr. W. L. Williames
September 30, 1922 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern 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