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MARRIAOBB.

MARRIAOBB.

late William Hollingsworth Griffin, Dromorc, Co. Down, and grandson the late Dr. Saundersoil. Bella Vista, Edendcrr.v. to Edith Annie, eldest daughter of Brian Somers. Bloomfield. Callary. QALLOQLY and AMERIN— June 13. 1925, at Harold's Crnww Chnrtrh
June 30, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of 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
 
CONCRETE SHIP FIASCO.

CONCRETE SHIP FIASCO.

the Civic Guard, burned oat include Dundalk and district. Some time. of their barracks at Glaslough on Moody 19th March :—Edith Toy, Wolfe street, ' Th e new vessel, which is the fifth dethe Dundalk pork factory closed down have taken over the Orange
March 30, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Then that good fairy gave tho doll And hei- ’s a pair for her. They’ll take Some magic shoes. "Now mind," You anywhere, and lead She said, “you must not take them off You safely back again to me. Until you Betty find. As swiftly as a steed."

Then that good fairy gave tho doll And hei- ’s a pair for her. They’ll take Some magic shoes. "Now mind," You anywhere, and lead She said, “you must not take them off You safely back again to me. Until you Betty find. As swiftly as a steed."

who fell. IRENE, Inchicore.—You are fortunate in living on the outskirts Dublin, so that you can soon get into real country. EDITH, Dublin.—There is nothing like country holdiay for town girl, and everything is so fresh and interesting. No wonder jour looks
March 31, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GOULD DIVORCE COURT SEQUEL.

GOULD DIVORCE COURT SEQUEL.

one of the Paris courts for an injunction against his former wife to prevent her from 'continuing to use the name of Mrs. • Edith Kelly Gould. The lady was formerly in the chorus of the Gaiety Theatre, London. Mr. Gould obtained a divorce in the French
October 6, 1923 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEW ULSTEB SHERIFFS.

THE NEW ULSTEB SHERIFFS.

to Tuesday evening’s concert. Miss Grace; at once made herself at home with the large audience. Her opening item was Miss Edith makes it pleasant for her brother," and the audience certainty found the recitation very pleasant. To an undeniable encore
January 20, 1923 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
1-10THER'S APPEAL FAILED.

1-10THER'S APPEAL FAILED.

old luxuries. bisque RACE TO GREET BABY. they all knew there was such a thing as th i n g . saes Mut. "' and all that ' sect EDITH DAY AND HER LITTLE 80N. false economand the last service that of thing. rolled on to Piniero's new play. By arrange n with
November 26, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE IRISH FREE STATE

THE IRISH FREE STATE

with her tu/.. -j , • , , , ' ' ar ,r L f * pence I went to try else, and whst Dublin on Tuesday to do the CbruUuas > V|| U EDITH. Ballsbndge.—l glad to hear ■ m | >sv\ y ®“ llie "h ol * ol * After going all Ajopping. I need nut tell yoo I was glad, it
January 6, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MiSS EDITH de PAULEY

MiSS EDITH de PAULEY

MiSS EDITH PAULEY Attention drawn by advertisement to the fact that Miss Edith Pauley, who is daughter of Mr. William Pauley, formerly of port rush, open give lessons in singing at Messrs. Hart A- Churchill s. Pauler, who an accomplished vocalist, has
August 23, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRIZE-WINNERS.

PRIZE-WINNERS.

Blackcaatle, Mageney, County Kildare. Miss Edith Dickinson aged 11. 6 Belvedere place, off Mount joy square, Dublin. Master Robert Ellis, aged 13, 36 Bramcote street, Bloomfield, Belfast. Correct answers also sent by:—Edith Alexander. William Cusben, Frank Medcalf
May 19, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland