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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 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
 
WAVE-LENGTHS AND CALL SIGNS.

WAVE-LENGTHS AND CALL SIGNS.

orchestra. —Women’s corner. 5.30 —Agricultural weather forecast; kiddies’ comer. 7—News and weather. Greys Concert Party; Edith James and Percy duet, “ Not the Kind of Girl;” Ernest Jones, banjo soli, “ Darkies’ Dawn ;’* finale, overture to “William Tell;’*
December 4, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARTYR OF WORLD

MARTYR OF WORLD

these noble words on her lips there died from the bullets of a firing ,quad of German troops on the 12th October, 1915, Nurse Edith Cavell, martyr. heroine, and saint. Condemned death by a ,farcical German Court shortly before midnight eight years ago to-day
October 12, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, 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
 
BELFAST TELEGRAPH, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1923.

BELFAST TELEGRAPH, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1923.

LOVE CHARGES. ROMANCE THAT FAILED. GIRL AND UNSIGNED GIRL'S DEATH IN BRAZIL. LETTERS. KUSBAND UNDER ARREST. The romance of Edith Davies, a Wal- FOURTEEN CASES OF LIBEL. sail (Staffs.) girl, who is believed to have SURPRISING RECITAL IN COURT. met her death
November 29, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, 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
 
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
 
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
 
BROADCASTING. Programmes for To-day. LONDON ("2LO”: 363 Metros.) 11-30-12-30—Maud Bell (solo ’cello). 5-0.- Women’s comer. 5-30. —Children’s stories. 7-0. Mrs.

BROADCASTING. Programmes for To-day. LONDON ("2LO”: 363 Metros.) 11-30-12-30—Maud Bell (solo ’cello). 5-0.- Women’s comer. 5-30. —Children’s stories. 7-0. Mrs.

7-30.—Edith Brass (soprano). 7-40. Orchestra: Selection, Lohengrin.” 7 50.—Julian Rosetli (solo pianoforte). 8-o.—Orchestra: Suite, Sigurd Jorsalfer (Grieg). 8 10. —Edith Bras?. 8- —Orchestra. 8-55.—Julian Rosetti. 8-45 and 9- Orchestra. 10-0. —Edith Brass
December 4, 1923 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland