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PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS,

PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS,

n (equal). Senior Freshmen. Latin-1, Mary Edith M'Kee. Englieh -1, Winifred S. Morton; 2, Mary Edith M'Kee. French—l, Mary Edith M•Kee; 2 Winifred S. Morton. German--2. Nansv A. Pollock. Physics—l, Mary Edith JPlKer; 2, James A. M;ll;;nustThea-1. Franc
April 12, 1923 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, 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
 
Ceremony by Lord Bishop.

Ceremony by Lord Bishop.

was paid the Chairman the motion Mwa Edith Keith, seconded Miss Peggie Wilson, and sales were commenced. The following officiated presidents stalls:—Work, Florrie Croaier; cake and confectionery, Mamie Blue and Edith Keith; icecream, White: refreshments
April 30, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
iftsIERDLAnS CASES IN THE COURT S. OFFICIAL'S WILL.

iftsIERDLAnS CASES IN THE COURT S. OFFICIAL'S WILL.

: Patrwt. f.cocb. K.C., Me. Ow. K.C. and Mr. Lavery (instructed T. White and Sun) appeared for the SIRS. TYSON'S EVIDENCE. Edith Typos, examned by Mr. Lynch. LE, mid that that w . .as ber first time to spe bet rout She WM. • sitter of the Mittel, The
April 25, 1923 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
, • ~, I Ask 1 II di " 411 !I LOT ii 1 1.111 !Id ill' h. ..... 11111,i' 1. milli IIIiMMAISIM JELLY CRYSTALS TURF OFFICIAL'S ESTATE

, • ~, I Ask 1 II di " 411 !I LOT ii 1 1.111 !Id ill' h. ..... 11111,i' 1. milli IIIiMMAISIM JELLY CRYSTALS TURF OFFICIAL'S ESTATE

Lynch, K.C., Mr. T. Sullivan, N.C. arid Mr Lavery Gastructod by Meows T. Whitt and goal appeared for thu defendant. ~Mrtt Edith Tywon. rsatninrd be Mr. Lyerb. said that was Ler Got time appearing in a omit. was a metre of lb. late Mo. Waters. Tbr niggestion
April 25, 1923 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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DEATHS•

DEATHS•

Arrows F.C. for their beautiful wreaths. 43 Alexandra Gardens. IN MEMORIAM. - DAWSON-in loving memory of our darling daughter Edith (Mrs. Dawson; who died April lsth. 1922, and was interred in Seagoe Cemetery•. I remember MTH my sorrow as I stood beside your
April 21, 1923 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
The Kildare Observer.

The Kildare Observer.

much drink. |. resumed hearing on Tuesday, considerable time he was given to indulg- Irife singulaTabUity satisfaction to Mm. Edith Tyson, examined by Mr. ["« Counsel would not go into everybody concerned. Mr. Watem died BROTHER-IN-LAW’S EVIDENCE. Lynch,
April 28, 1923 - Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST TELEGRAPH, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1928.

BELFAST TELEGRAPH, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1928.

of Philip Appleman, of Hillman Street, on 24th January last. The an-1 cased, who were arrested at 141 Silvio IStreet, were Edith Barham and Letitial Irvine, sisters, and theM.P.ere defended by 'Mr. George B. Hanna, M (instructed by' Mr. N. Tughan). The
April 13, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A PLEASANT SURPRISE.

A PLEASANT SURPRISE.

affectionate GRANNY. Kiloeck—l am sure yuor little niece and nephew appreciated the presents. y*wr solution of Duabar was late EDITH, D’tblia - What merry times you have at tbeee birthday parties. NORA. time of the year there Is holiday seems bs excuse for
April 21, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WHAT IS YOUR COLOUR?

WHAT IS YOUR COLOUR?

eggs pre seuts was record, I should think ; you were lucky. I sure you will sec your name print as orise-winner some day. EDITH, Ballabridge —What pity it came on to rain, but it docs not seem have spoiled your walk. . , EVELYN, Sheffield.—You are very
April 28, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland