Mohur, Walpole Riehmond, son. -At No. 1, Dunure Street, Gilshochill, Glasgow, on the 4th inst., Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gibb (nee Edith Dryburghj—a son. gEA'.i: Ootobtr. 1923. at, Ballycuddy, Johns- vi., Co. Kilkenny, to Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Seale daughter.
Returning a verdict of suicide at an inquest at Hull on Mrs. Edith Hamshaw (30), who recently made an unsuccessful attempt to climb through a railway carriage Window when going to Goole to have some teeth extracted. and whose mutilated
Mystery of English Girl's Death. letter received from lawyer Brazil concerning the death of Mrs. Edith Davies, of Fortaioza Clara (Brazil), has caused her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mills, of Walsall, the greatest alarm. They recently received
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
chest. lie called out: "I have killed my ebild!" and on the house being entered the man's only child, a little girl, named Edith Mc.r iistlididiot dead. removed to the Royal Free Hospital in a critical condition. M. Mirrhin van out I , llUppin at the time
November 28, 1923 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Fire claimed two child victims in Middlesbrough yesterday. Edith Hastings, Jiged five, was found in flames, and her mother, running to the rescue, was herself severely burned. The child died. the other case a spark from the tire
RECITAL, ULSTER HALL, SATURDAY, Ist at 7.30 p.m. (Doors open 6.45.) Mr. C. J. BRENNAN. B.Mus., City Organist, Assisted Miss EDITH DE PAULEY, Coloratura Soprano. Mr. E. HORNER SMYTH, Dramatic Haritono. Accompanist: Mr. J. M'KEOWN, A. . C, The BAND of the