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Friends wW 'Ovaaccept this intimation. to be with Chriet. which I. far better: Badly missed by his loving Children'. AIEATTIE, EDITH. Fill, and NORVAL BEISMETT—November 5 19:3. at the Irdirmary, !Ashore Road. Jams Harnett. The remain s of ml dearly-beloved
November 5, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WRECKS AND CASUALTIES.

WRECKS AND CASUALTIES.

says:-The French sfeamor Phryne, Bordeaux for Barry, has propeller blades k n. A Marseilles telegram says:—The British .steamer Edith requeued assistance by wireless owing a l*»,ak; Government steamer gone Imr aesi-stance; Eolith being Marwillee. A Mancheete
November 6, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CONRADI TRIAL.

CONRADI TRIAL.

Conradi family had been confiscated. The Swiss at the Petrograd Legation had also been ill-treated and tortured. Mademoiselle Edith Conradi, cousin of the prisoner, told the court of her pitiful experiences at the hands of the Bolshevists. After her father's
November 7, 1923 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FLAKE

FLAKE

tomorrowat ..0 p.n... to Dean', Grange. tint HALPIN (Bray , . 3. 1423 . al lost .peter'* re,identw. Alite'rt. Walk. Bray. Edith. yonanteAt daughter of John Halpin, 19 Mount Pleaeant Terrace, Ranelugli. R.I.P. Funeral on to-morrow at 10 a.m., by road to
November 5, 1923 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TERM PRIZE EXAMINATIONS.-JUNIOR

TERM PRIZE EXAMINATIONS.-JUNIOR

Margaret 'Elizabeth. Second Itelsit--Murray. Robert Engli.,h; MeGitioneaa , Charlotte Lane; Scott, Elizabeth Es le; McKee. MerY Edith: Harding. Elora Kathr"ri. The following . hare been elected a,. repreeenletires or the Stmate on the Council : Arm.trong, Rte
November 7, 1923 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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CHAPTER X.

CHAPTER X.

See months* cruise. Christine Barron had “signed on” as she put it, for eight weeks certain. After that, her partner, Dr. Edith Flinn, would replace her for about the same period. The two doctors were agreed that Lattice Talbot wee not to sea CUddagh
November 3, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Cross-ChanneL

Cross-ChanneL

Sheppard. who was death for the mu.der of Florence Lilian Jones, his sweet heart, Tottenham. Through swallowing a horse chestnut Edith Kirby, aged 37, died Hospital Northampton. the inquest day a verdict of accidental death was p« turned. Frederick Jesse, who
November 2, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FORTHCOMING EX \.MIN \TH»NS.

FORTHCOMING EX \.MIN \TH»NS.

U- written the Lack. ami. the case of Juniors, who be under 16. the date of birth. AWARD. The prizes go. rcsHCtivelv. io-. Edith 1,. Marlin—s - (Seniors). Cornfield, iettvagh, Ballyimde, Co. Sligo, i mi Ji-e Musgrave H3>-2.6 (Jnn’or*), Newcast’e Ate"!
November 3, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHAKESPEARE. (BY A. 8.1

SHAKESPEARE. (BY A. 8.1

finds Shakespeare too ...Lastly oho-et, Moog with Browning and Sliave, and intro away into the rarer the vacuous vacuum—of Edith, and Sarcheserel onlj one could get her started and aware theee more 1.1 Shakespeare than the Henry V. of her aclinool days
November 3, 1923 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WORLD OF MUSIC. SOME NOTES AND COMMENTS

THE WORLD OF MUSIC. SOME NOTES AND COMMENTS

answer being works the type of his Songs of Nature," which were charmingly interpreted. Mr. Charles Phillips assisted Miss Edith Gold in a vocal recital at the Wigmore Hall during the week. His contributions were warmly appreciated. linden will cease to
November 3, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland