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PRIZE WINNERS.

PRIZE WINNERS.

William Poole, aged 14, Bunnyside, Drumcondra. Dublin. Correct answers aiso sent by:—Edith Dickinson, Thomas Rowe, Kathleen Geoghegan, Edith Bates, Hugh McHugh, Edith Esler, D. Semple. 'Eileen Geogheean. Hannah Longheed. Mary Allen, Sarah Allen. Thomas
January 27, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
70 WORDS PEE MINUTE

70 WORDS PEE MINUTE

WORDS PEE MINUTE Annie M'Clughan, Patricia Duggan Minnie Hibbert, Ethel Young, May Allen, Edith Bell, Kathleen Donnelly. Nita Hurl, Edith Evans. Helen Crawford, Violet Wilson, Beatrice Cuntlon, Ella Anderson, Nellie Rainey, Meta Cianamond, May Robinson
January 17, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
state, The "i1;i1,

state, The "i1;i1,

The "i1;i1, SWINDLERS' GANG. CLAIMED WRONGFUL ARREST. M. Jean Longstet, the Communist leader and lawyer, who is representing Edith Lewis, the woman arrested with the "Cauliflower Ear" gang of swindlers, has made a sensational statement declaring that his
May 5, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ankatell Moutray. F. H. Watt.

Ankatell Moutray. F. H. Watt.

liter Women's Unionist Council:— Cecil N. Craig.. Harriet Dutterin and Ave.. Edith Londonderry. Verne Darr. Edith Dixan. Dorinda F. Greer. Bertha J. Kennedy. Emily J. C Mar Montgom Alit. Archdale.ery. Marla Allen. Unionist
October 17, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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N Anketall Moutray. F. H. Watt. U 1 1 r Woman’* Unionist Council Cecil N. Craig. Harriet Dufferln and Ava. Edith Londonderry. Venie Barr. Edith Dixon. Dorinda F. Greer. Bertha J. Kennedy. Emily J. Connor. Mary Montgomery. Alice Archdale., Maria Allen
October 20, 1923 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
" ALWAYS THE RIVER."

" ALWAYS THE RIVER."

way out; there is always the river, " said Edith Tight (18), a maid - serv ant employed by lit. V. Bomaguot, Chief Constable of Monmouthshire, when remoistrated with by her mother for staying out late. Edith committed suicide by leaping into the river
July 11, 1923 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MUSICAL TIZEAT " Guests' Night" At The Royal Irish Academy The "Guests' Night" arranged by the COlEmittee of the Students

MUSICAL TIZEAT " Guests' Night" At The Royal Irish Academy The "Guests' Night" arranged by the COlEmittee of the Students

(Mozart), sung by May and Hilda D4bbs. Cesar Franck's Sonata in A was played by (piano) Edith Boswell and, (violin) Walter Starkie. The aocompanutta were ?Cases Edith Box. well and Eileen Buckley.
March 12, 1923 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ELEMENTARY THEORY

ELEMENTARY THEORY

Uodgins, Edith Wheatley. Mary Cupples, Teresa M Quillan, Beatrice James Fraser, Thomson, Robert Irvine, Naomi Stuart. Catherine Boyd, Eileen Taylor, James Parker, May Hamilton. May Fraser, Stanley Walker, Otprae Storey. Eileen Grey, Ruby Dunlop, Edith Brown
January 17, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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INSCRIPTION Anketell Moutray. F. H. Watt. I » te Women'* Unionist Councils— Cecil N. Craig. Harriet Dufferin and Edith Londonderry. Venie Barr. Edith Dixon. Dorinda F. Greer. Bertha J. Kennedy, Emily J. Connor. Mary Montgomery. Alice Archdale. Maria Allen.
October 20, 1923 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRIZE WINNERS.

PRIZE WINNERS.

Paddy Cosgrave. Rosa Harding, Grace McKinley. Mathias O'Callaghan. Willie Ferreat, Annie Moran, Joan Nichols, Edith Elliott. Arson Stanley, Edith Dickinson. Olive Marmion. Gerald Mullen. Frederick Whiteford. Hessie Salter. Pamela Holland, Joan Scott, Scully
August 11, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland