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EDUCATION.

EDUCATION.

Ethel Taylor. Constance Todhuuter. Lily Wright. WORDS PER MINUTE—Edith Baxter. Gretta Courtney, Ellen Graham, Mary Godfrey, Florri© Henderson, Edith June-, Annie * Jackson, Margaret Kerr, Edith Kirkwood, Abide Kennedy. Mabel Miller, Florri© Maginnie, Nellie
January 12, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NATIONAL UNION OF TBACUEKS.

NATIONAL UNION OF TBACUEKS.

Wright. WORDS PER MINUTE—Eo.;h Baxter. Gretta Courtney, Ellen Graham, Mary Godfrey, Flerne Henderson. Edith Jones, Annie Jackson. Margaret Kerr. Edith Kirkwood. Abbie Kennedy. Mabel Miller, FV>rne Nellie iTAUister, Marjorie 31‘Hveeo. Katie M'Burney. Winnie
January 15, 1923 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, 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
 
The late Mr. Thompson, the murdered husband of Mrs. Edith Thompson, and (right) Frederick Bywaters, who was executed at Pentonvillc on Tuesday.

The late Mr. Thompson, the murdered husband of Mrs. Edith Thompson, and (right) Frederick Bywaters, who was executed at Pentonvillc on Tuesday.

Mrs. Edith Thompson, and (right) Frederick Bywaters, who was executed at Pentonvillc on Tuesday. ILFORD CRIME EXPIATED THOMPSON-BYWATERS HANGINGS. CROWDS GATHER IN RAIN. LITTLE INDICATION OF GRIM EVENT. Frederick Edward Bywaters, and Mrs. Edith Jessie
January 13, 1923 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The late Mr. Thompion, the murdersd husband of Mrs. Edith Thompson, and (right) Frederick Dywatcrs, who was executed at Pentonvilie on Tuesday.

The late Mr. Thompion, the murdersd husband of Mrs. Edith Thompson, and (right) Frederick Dywatcrs, who was executed at Pentonvilie on Tuesday.

Mrs. Edith Thompson, and (right) Frederick Dywatcrs, who was executed at Pentonvilie on Tuesday. ILFORD CRIME EXPIATED THOMPSON-BYWATERS HANGINGS. CROWDS GATHER IN RAIN. LITTLE INDICATION OF GRIB EVENT. Frederick Edward Bywaters, and Mrs. Edith Jessie
January 13, 1923 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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1$ WORDS PER MINUTE.

1$ WORDS PER MINUTE.

Craig. - WORDS PER MINUTE. Annie M'Clughan, Patricia Duggan, Minnie Ilubbert. Ethel Young, May Allen, Edith Bell,: Kathleen Donnelly, Nita Hurl, Edith Evans, Helen Crawford, Violet Wilson, Beatrice Caution, Ella Anderien, Nellie Rainer, Meta Cinnamond
January 17, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ELEMENTARY THEORY.

ELEMENTARY THEORY.

Edith Brown, James Fraser, Robert Moore, Jack Irvine, Stanley Walker, James Parker, Naomi Stuart, Kathleen Parker, Sara Johnston, Eileen Beckett, Annie Davidson, Phyllis Garratt, Rita Brett, Molly Brett, &adie Nora Johnston. Hugh Curran
January 17, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GARDEXMORE CHURCH.

GARDEXMORE CHURCH.

man and the woman were murdered. The bodies were found within half-a-mile of each other. One was that of married woman named Edith Bowring, who had left her home in Cannonbury, North liondon, 'Tuesday last, and the other that Wm. James Clark, a wealthy estate
January 27, 1923 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHILDREN BURNT TO DEATH.

CHILDREN BURNT TO DEATH.

a recall. Her diction was splendid. The recitations were; Miss Edith makes it pleasant for her brother,” The New Church Organ,” The Limitations of Youth,” and “Domestic Asides.” Miss Edith do Pauley made her first appearance on a Ballymena platform at
January 19, 1923 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NW TIMED NERVES ARE RELIEVED BY Dr. Williams' Pink Pills They give New Vitality—and more. the "Deily Express" Geneva correspondent.

NW TIMED NERVES ARE RELIEVED BY Dr. Williams' Pink Pills They give New Vitality—and more. the "Deily Express" Geneva correspondent.

of DEADLY GERMS- DERELICT. each other. One was that of a married Three test tubes labelled cholera , typhoid, woman named Edith Bowring, who had left and smallpox have been discovered by the polies at Na few Surrey. One tube her hones in Cannonnury. North
January 23, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland