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ORANGE BAZAAR

ORANGE BAZAAR

resume her maiden name. The case arises : of tlie appearance at a Parisien music liall tlie former Mrs. Could under ; name of Edith Kelly Gould, and Mr. Frank I Jay Gould has demanded that his former | wife should refrain from using it for any [ purpose.
September 24, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRiZP LIST.

PRiZP LIST.

Special prize for Drawing—James Cubitt. COMMERCIAL COURSE.—John E. Ballontine, Amy Bunting, Robert J. Connor, Anna Cunningham, Edith Heggarty, Minnie M‘Cartney, Isabella M 4 Williams, Thomas Millar, Annie M. Nicholl, Joseph Nicholl, Sarah Orr, Agnes M. Steele
September 7, 1923 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
■DWAATION.

■DWAATION.

Madge Fienmg. Edith Palkner, Phyllia Isa Girran, Ellen Graham. Gladys GUs*. M maie Gnbben, Nora Gault, Berthe Gedda*. Millie Gordon. Lily Heron, Mery Hanlon. Violet Hsmbleton. May Heron. Deeel Hutehmaon. Maud Haya*. Dona Iren# Irvine, Edith Jone*. Ena Jamiaon
January 15, 1923 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FORTHCOMING GARDEN FETE.

FORTHCOMING GARDEN FETE.

be in charge of the following ladies—Flowers: Baroness Prochazka and Miss F. E. Butler. Country Produce and Poultry— Lady Edith O'Shee and the Hon. Mrs. Share. Fancy and Household Goods — Mrs. Prior IVandesfortie. Rackets—Mrs. Godfrey Day, Mrs. Fausset
June 9, 1923 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
MISS WETHEREO'S EASY WIN

MISS WETHEREO'S EASY WIN

strongest her challengers, in the fourth round. The Inst of the Iriah competitors, Mrs. Claude Gotto (Kingstown) was Miss Edith I.eitch after well-contested match which finished on the 17’h green. There was little between either of the players, but Mrs
May 9, 1923 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LATE MR. PERRY GOODIIOIIT.

THE LATE MR. PERRY GOODIIOIIT.

Graham, E. E. Dann, etc., etc. The wreaths were numerous and of Pretty design. and were from:—Gertrude, Esa and Non; Reg. and Edith, Jim, Jennie, awl the Somerville grs i I iii.dreti; Francis and Olga; Marcus and Liddia ; Ar. thur and Dorothy, Minnenna and
April 28, 1923 - Leinster Reporter - Tullamore, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
PUOGRAMME FOR TO-DAY.

PUOGRAMME FOR TO-DAY.

weather. 7.3o—Miss Edith Brass, soprano, j The Little Coon’s Prayer,” “ Depuis 1 Jour.” 7.4o—Talk Public Health and Child Welfare.” by Councillor Alexander Brown. 7.so—Ojrhestra ; Mr. George II In- I son, humorous reader: orchestra; Miss Edith I Brass, soprano;
October 26, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF ABERCORN

HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF ABERCORN

Miss F.. Rule 22,” Couteur, Miss E. C., Rule 22,” £26; Barry, Miss E. 6.. ” Rule 22.’i£30. August. 1923 Evans, Mrs. B. 8.. “ Edith Marshall,” £26. Briscoe, Mr. John. F. Smart.” £26. Remington. Miss E., “ Whinyates.” £26. Dobson, Miss I. A. H.. “John Walton
November 14, 1923 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
YES 7 ERDArS CASES IN THE COURT S.

YES 7 ERDArS CASES IN THE COURT S.

fieommbor. 1921. of Myles]. Keaven. of Prospect House, Co. Galwa,v, who died con the 17th September. 1921: and the defendant. Edith Keavon. of Longford. the record u kir and widow of the deceimed. entered • ru.tut against h will. nerjeent Hanna said that
June 26, 1923 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A DRAMATIC TRIUMPH.

A DRAMATIC TRIUMPH.

adequate praim for the Serpent of Edith Evans Her acting. apart from the posing of the body. had to be Anne entirely by the voice Her speech was like amen, It seemed, in its meaning. to transcend the limitations of ordinary Edith Events is. in truth, nee of
October 10, 1923 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland