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BABY'S FACE SHAT EREDI PLAYING WITH LOADED GUN IN HOME. ANOTHER CHILD SHOT IN ARIL Two sisters who were playing

BABY'S FACE SHAT EREDI PLAYING WITH LOADED GUN IN HOME. ANOTHER CHILD SHOT IN ARIL Two sisters who were playing

return home. Emmeline, who was also taken to the hospital, is in a critical condition. DIVORCED DANCER AND NAME. Ile dancer. Edith Kelly, _formerly the wife of Mr. Frank Jay Gould, is about to defend in the Law Courts her right to bear her former husband's
September 24, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BARGAINS FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY

BARGAINS FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY

Maggie Logan, James M'Alister, Sam Mawhinney, Fergus M'Nally, James Hollinger, James SHORTHAND Elizabeth Hall, Edith M'Lean. BOOK-KEEPING Edith .M'Lean. Ella Andrews, David French, Robert Mackey. STAGE 11. BOOK-KEEPING—EIIa Andrews. SHORTHAND Georgina Creaih
September 8, 1923 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
isiniiiiii BROADCASTING.

isiniiiiii BROADCASTING.

Birmingham, BIT, 425 Metres. —3.30 —Or- Trio. s.3o—Women’s hour. 6 Children’s hour. and weather. 7.15 —The Greys ('oncert Party: Edith James and Leonard Brown, duet, Como Underneath Umbrella;’’ Mr. Ernest J. Jones (banjo .solo), A Biaok Coquette,” l*icanninies
September 25, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LARCENY MIME AT PORTSTEWAIIT DOMESTIC SERVANT ARRESTED.

LARCENY MIME AT PORTSTEWAIIT DOMESTIC SERVANT ARRESTED.

Anna H. Burkitt, Portstewart, was charged by District-Inspector Geetan with the larceny of a wrist watch, the property of Edith M'Collum, of Portstewart, value for 20k. Sergeant H. H. It'Kensie, Portstewart, deposed that he attended the 10.58 a.m. train
September 6, 1923 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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
 

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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
 
AWARDS.

AWARDS.

No. 1 Prise to Mis* Olive Tsylor, aged 14, 00 Ranclagh road, Dublin. No. 2 Prise to Miss Edith Bates, aged 15. 2 Spafield terrace. Ssndymrunt avenue. Ballsbridge, Co. Dublin. No. 3 Prize to Master John McHugh, 6 Perth street. Belfast. Prize for
September 22, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BROADCASTING. PROGRAMME FOR TO-DAY.

BROADCASTING. PROGRAMME FOR TO-DAY.

3o—Orchestral Trio. 5.:W —Women’s hour. (i Children’s hour. and weather. 7.30 —The Greys Concert Party, chorus, Come to the Show;” Edith James anti Leonard Brown, duet. Cherie;’’ Ernest Jones ‘banjo '.ili), ” Runtime Enisode.” Mississippi Bubble;" Leonard Brown
September 11, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
of Lord Morley.

of Lord Morley.

at his icsidencc, . ■ -'n Drive, Strandtown, Walter Edward, -*rly loved husband Edith Birkby. 'to Pundonald Cemetery day I • 2 30. I ■ retted by his sorrowing Wife, EDITH BIRKBY. 23. 1923. at a Private Nursing Belfast, Ellen Hunter, dearly.loved -of VT
September 24, 1923 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PROGRAMME FOR TODAY.

PROGRAMME FOR TODAY.

6—Weather forecast and children’s hour. and weather. 7.lit—Madame Vera Thomas (pianoforte solo). Deux Arabesques;” Madame Edith Gunter, cvcle three songs—" Sea Echoes.” B—Mr. B. Macdonald Hastings, a recital of his play, “ The New Sin.” 9.30 News and
September 18, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland