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A ’’NEWS-Y” LETTER.

A ’’NEWS-Y” LETTER.

Kirk, Kobert Dixon, Edith Euler, Geraldeen Hardy. Millie Groome, John McCaughey, Vivian Davia, Willie Forrest. John Boyde, Harry McKevitt, Addie Boles, Florence Notley, Vera Alexander, Caroline Thompson, Robert Pyper, Henry levers, Edith Dickinson, Mollie
May 5, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MRS. c. corro still in.

MRS. c. corro still in.

ex-champion, did extremely well to dispose of Miss Mollio Marley, Welsh player, after an exciting match, by one hole. Miss Edith the American* won very easily against Miss Harrington, of Cork; but the overseas playera generally did not well, most of them
May 8, 1923 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SAIIIETIN IN ULSTER.

SAIIIETIN IN ULSTER.

p.m. THOMAS C. DAVIDSON. FAULKNER-May 1923. at her parents' randeuce, 33 Hann Street, Edith twee Dade.). the youngest and dearly•beloved daughter of George and Edith Faulkner. Her remains will be removed from above address on tomorrow Otaturdayi, at i
May 25, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRIZE-WINNERS.

PRIZE-WINNERS.

Blackcaatle, Mageney, County Kildare. Miss Edith Dickinson aged 11. 6 Belvedere place, off Mount joy square, Dublin. Master Robert Ellis, aged 13, 36 Bramcote street, Bloomfield, Belfast. Correct answers also sent by:—Edith Alexander. William Cusben, Frank Medcalf
May 19, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of 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
 

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PROGRAMMES.

PROGRAMMES.

TO-DAY’S BROADCASTING LONDON. 2LO, 3W METRES 11.30—Morning concert; Miss Vera Griffith* (contralto). 5 p.m.—Women's hour; Madame Edith Baird Dancing;” Mrs. H. A. L. Fisher, " 1 always leave that husband.” s.3o—Children's stories. '6.4o— Mr. John Walsh, of the
May 17, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern 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
 
PROGRAMME FOR TO-DAY.

PROGRAMME FOR TO-DAY.

Most to Women ;” Dancing." by Madame Edith Baird. sJO—Children’s stories; ” The Water Spider,” by Montague Phillips. 6.45—80 y Scouts and Girl Guides. 7—News and weather. 7.3o—The Harmonic Trio, “Trio major;” Miss Edith Vance, 'cello solo, Tre Giorni,” ”
May 31, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FIRST ROUND RESULTS.

FIRST ROUND RESULTS.

erofcs shots yesterday, ©ho is a player who may very well upset more than one scries of calculations to-day. Indeed. Mi-s Edith lartteli, her second round opponent, seems to have task in front of her which is not unduly belittled. Miss Janet Jackson no
May 8, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A BRACE OF GEORGIANS.

A BRACE OF GEORGIANS.

Bucolic Comedies. Edith Sitwell. (London : Duckworth Co.) 3s net. Aquarium. By Harold Acton. (Duckworth.) Mins Edith Sitwell is by way of being the High Priestess of the Georgian poete, whose »j;d for their creed is proof against
May 19, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland