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MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

Funeral strictly private. flowers. HARPER—November 7, 1923, at her parents’ residence, 13, Titania Street, Cregagh Road, Edith, the much-loved daughter of David and Josephine Harper. Funeral to-day (Friday), at 2.30 p.m., for interment Netrrownbreda
November 9, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RECENT FICTION.

RECENT FICTION.

of this book. (7s fid net). A fine Welsh story ie published by Mesers. Stanley Paul & Co It is Cambria’s Fair Daughter,” by Edith Nepean, author of ” Gwyneth of the Welsh Hills/’ It has the merits of that notable book, and is in some respects an improvement
November 29, 1923 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LABOUR PROTESTS.

LABOUR PROTESTS.

PROBATE COURT. Sir Henry Duke, President of the Prod ‘e Court. London, yesterday granted lean to preeume the denth of Nlisa Edith Paulitsa Alexandra Pry, having taken place in or ainc• 1910. Mt. Cotes.Prredy (for the applicant. Miss Fry's brother) wid that
November 13, 1923 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
, PRIZB LETTERS. A HOLIDAY BY THE SEA.

, PRIZB LETTERS. A HOLIDAY BY THE SEA.

was up fn.»n, and I™.”. V* our o»n homes again, but t althy after our boliduy. I will now w aasminc fond grandchild. irnutw EDITH BAT Eft. KWTH seem to have had holiday by the sea, and only ‘•rt. Yes, I think sea air gives one a *PpHite.—Your affectionate
November 17, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FREJEAUN'S

THE FREJEAUN'S

Naigaret Rlisibeth. Second hank.—Murray. Robert Englisll: NeGninnric, Charlotte Lane; Scott. Elia.betla Kyle; lieges. Ilsry Edith: Hsrdiay, Flora Kathryn The inlioning hare loan ofeeted a, regorman- Naives of the ter.ste on tle Council Arrentrocz. R. r
November 8, 1923 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OLD FALLACIES REHASHED.

OLD FALLACIES REHASHED.

torj* acquitted themselves creditably. The cast was us follows: NettleCroker, 'Veorge K. Connor; Harry Clinton, S. | Moore; Edith Clinton, Maude Arnold; Browser, \\ illiam U. MacClure; Mrs. Breezley Fusscll, Kathleen M. I'alnier; Mrs. Iloncywood, I’atsy
November 30, 1923 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE EDUCATIONAL LADDER

THE EDUCATIONAL LADDER

Charles M‘Murray, David M'Murray. Harry M'Cammond, John Roberts, Peggy Sharpe. Fifty words per minute— Georgina Magee and Edith Nesbitt. Kichtv words per minutes—Robin Molly Edmondson, Robert Hope, Ethel Law, Peggy
November 30, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST SHIPBUILDING.

BELFAST SHIPBUILDING.

one o’clock. ULSTER LADY’S DISTINCTION. Call to the English Bar. One of the three women called to the Eng* Bar Monday, Miss Edith Douglas Morrison, M.A., is a native of Ulster. She is the eldest daughter of the Rev. Hugh Morrison, D.D., senior minister
November 21, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
For Puddings, Pie Crust and

For Puddings, Pie Crust and

Petrograd in 11918, spoke of Conradi's uncle being snatched from bed by Bolshevists and his mint being murdered in a train. Mlle. Edith Conradi, aged 21„ cousin of the accused man, a pathetic, slight figure, gave an account of the arrest and death of her father
November 8, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern 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