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RORRIRLE LONDON TRAGEDY.

RORRIRLE LONDON TRAGEDY.

everything that belongs to me.—Nannie." Another letter, addressed to a friend. Edith Jones. of the London Hospital, dated November 11, was also read. It ran—"My Dear Edith—l don't know how to write this. but when you get it I shall be no more. lam taking
November 15, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MYSTERY OF ENGLISH GIRL.

MYSTERY OF ENGLISH GIRL.

death of a Walsall girl, who went to Brazil a year agu to bo married. It has been suggested that she was strangled. She was Edith Mills. a prominent mem- ' her of Walsall Swimming Club. Her parents received news of her wedding, recently they hod a telegram
November 26, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A seen.• alorg the coabt at Kalinvy Which often been deberibed, and with justice, too, as the Naples of Ireland.

A seen.• alorg the coabt at Kalinvy Which often been deberibed, and with justice, too, as the Naples of Ireland.

PUBLISHER'S TABLE MEBBRB. WILLIAM HODOE AND CO., LTD., announce for publication thi< month the Trial of Frederick Bywater' and Edith Thompson, edited by the well. known Irish writo,r, Mr. Filson Young. ImEr! week klex+rs. Allen and tinwin will publish a nen
November 17, 1923 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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R. O. Wells. Miss Sheila Keve smith. Miss Reheera West, Mi.. J. ('. 'Squire, Mr. St. John Ervin.. Miss Clemency Dane. Miss Edith Sitwell, Mr. G. K. Ches. trefoil, Mr. Philip thiedalla, Mr. Asquith. and many others will las contsiiird in the tulume.
November 24, 1923 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PA6IIIOIIII IN 1111104.

PA6IIIOIIII IN 1111104.

About sixty years ago babies began to be christened Edith, Ethel, Bertha. But then came the fashion for Idea, Wiens, alauds, started by Tennyson's "Princess" and other poems, writes Cecilia Hill in the "Daily Chronicle." Again
November 13, 1923 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, 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
 
CALLED TO ENGLISH BAR

CALLED TO ENGLISH BAR

trates the city of Dublin; and Mr. 1- e. Monks, MX*., a member the Irish fiar. Amongst several ladies who were called was Miss Edith Douglas Morrison, M.A.. aalive of Ulster. She is the eldest daughter ' tn« Rev. Hugh Morrison, D.D., senior minister the U
November 21, 1923 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STANDARD SHIP LAUNCHED IN BELFAST

STANDARD SHIP LAUNCHED IN BELFAST

People's Guild recital was given Mr, James Stewart. Belfast, in Ballyntoney Wednesday. A musical programme was ••outHunted Miss Edith Cunningham. Miss Cochrane. Mi-s Maggie and Mr. Frank M’Donald.
November 9, 1923 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern 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
 
CENT.’S OUTFITTING. CARDIGAN JACKETS: . 6, 29/6, 32/6. 37/6. 42/-, 63/-. hLRcCE WAISTCOATS: *. 25/-, 30/-, 42/-. SILK MOTOR SCARFS:

CENT.’S OUTFITTING. CARDIGAN JACKETS: . 6, 29/6, 32/6. 37/6. 42/-, 63/-. hLRcCE WAISTCOATS: *. 25/-, 30/-, 42/-. SILK MOTOR SCARFS:

SATURDAY, tat December, pm. (Doors open 6-46). MR C. J. BRFNNAN, B.Mu,„ •g . disinclined CITY ORGANIST, assisted and (teiin; EDITH DE PAULEY. Coloratura Soprano. MOP Mr. R. HORNER SMYTH. Dramatic Baritone, ’.vouderfully effica- Accompanist —Mr. J. M'KEOWN
November 29, 1923 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland