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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
 
OTHER REVIEWS.

OTHER REVIEWS.

have arknowle«l»e some very wom ronnection witli .»re«ing design for a tile. I am. therefore, awarding A Bronre Medal Mi»a Edith I* Marlin. Cornfield, Lavagh, BallTWote. for the heat, being black and white drawing. The »/• priae ta awarded to John F. Wilkinson
August 11, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BOOK-KEEPING. STAGE 11.

BOOK-KEEPING. STAGE 11.

Jarrow,. Ohre Campbell. Ruby Harrison, Wm Shannon, Claw Beattie. nisei Pearson, Lil Anderson, Catharine Sheil, Lily Jean Kerr, Edith Auld. WORDS PER MINUTE. Dorothy William., Elisabeth Reilly, Ire.* 011ie, Jemmy Rodger, Elsie Browne, Mabel Bartlett, May Galt
January 17, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUNDAY,

SUNDAY,

“Cavallcria KusticanaV’ Miss Edith Lake, solo ’cello; Air, Osmond Davis, tenor, Irish Peasant Love Song.” ” Idyll.' “Sally in Our Alloy;” band, apriccio F-pa*jnol, ’ suite, “ Noisette;” Norwegian Dances Nos. J and Miss Edith Lake, air, "lierbstblume;” Mr
October 27, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARRIAGE.

MARRIAGE.

by the Rev. D. H. Maconachie. 8.A., 13.11, Alexander, son of the late James Horner, Tamnavelton. Tandragee, to Elizabeth Edith (Eda), daughter of John M . Callen, Dow•ushire Road. Holywood. DEATH. KERR—Starch 14th, at his residence. Devonish Place, West
March 17, 1923 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern 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
 
The Ilford Murder

The Ilford Murder

Ilford Murder Mrs. Thompson and Bywaters Execution Carried Out. Crowds Outside Prisons. Yesterday morning nine o’olock' Mrs Edith Fried crick Uywatere iwei'e executed for the murder of the woman’s husband. paid the penalty Pentouvillu I’rison, and the woman
January 10, 1923 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
SUNDAY.

SUNDAY.

Armstrongorgan soli, ” Toccata in F Major.” ” The Storm Miss Kate Winter (soprano), “Spring Bud Come,” “In a Distant Land;” Miss Edith Lake (solo ’cello), “ Kol Nidrei ergan soli. “2nd and 3rd Movements, Symphony:” Miss Kate Winter. “Drink Only with Thine Eyes
August 25, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TEMPERANCE DILL FAVOURED.

TEMPERANCE DILL FAVOURED.

For Challenge Silver MedaL:—(Recita" One Can End It ")-1, Ina Dick. For Challenge Silver Medal :--(Recitation. " Books ")—I, Edith Sheelagh Porter. For Gold Medal:-1, Annie Catelleld. For Challenge Silver Cup and Gold Modal:—l, Agnes Smyth. At en interval
October 31, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland