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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
 
All Ailments arising from the presence Of Uric Acid in the Blood. Masagable of Chemiste ererywhere ea 31- per bolas. Prepared by E. C. De WITT & CO., Ltd., Croydon.

All Ailments arising from the presence Of Uric Acid in the Blood. Masagable of Chemiste ererywhere ea 31- per bolas. Prepared by E. C. De WITT & CO., Ltd., Croydon.

Although only in existence for a short time, the organise: lion has grown rapidly under the captaincy of Miss Millar, Mias Edith Millar filling the role of Brown Owl. The parents of the children form. mg the troop took a lively interest in the sale and
March 3, 1923 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, 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
 
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
 

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(Mozart), song by May and Hilda Dobbs. Cesar Franck's Sonata in A was played by (piano) Edith Boswell and (violin) Walter Starkie. The accompanists were Misses Edith Boxwell and Eileen Buckley. 85—Miulborough St.-85 FIRST-CLASS MONEY OFFICE. JEWELLERY,
March 12, 1923 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of 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
 
ENTERTAINMENT IN TOWN HALL.

ENTERTAINMENT IN TOWN HALL.

Dawson,.Eva Henning. Maggie Spier, Gertie Courtnei. Ernest. •Tones, John Whitten, Myrtle King, Ona M'Alillan, Miriam Joyce, and Edith Barber. An enjoyable, feature of the programme was a Band of Hope Alphabet by the Juniors, and a Bible brill c;ii Books of
March 23, 1923 - Portadown Times - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE FAkK.

THE FAkK.

Millar, Mollie M'Neill, Eileen Murray, lily Murdock, Jean Patterson, Nan Patterson, Edith Patton, Kathleen Shirley, Jean Stuart, Mollie Tweed, Maud Troland, and Edith Wilson. The accompaniments were skilfully played by Mr. A. G. Lockett, who is to be
March 8, 1923 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BALLY MONEY NOTES.

BALLY MONEY NOTES.

which songs were contributed by Miss Cochrane, Miss Maud Cunningham, Miss Maggie M'Donald, Miss Edith Cunningham, and Mr. Frank M'Donald, • dialogue by Miss Edith Cunningham and Master Brian Milroy; a monologue by Miss Violet Gilmore; and a recitation by
March 15, 1923 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland