Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 105 articles

MOSSLEY MOTOR SMASH. BELFASTMAN’S TRAGIC DEATH. WHITEABBEY PBOSECUTION. BALLTCLABE STTJDEST CHABGED. A great amount of interest was taken the proceedings

MOSSLEY MOTOR SMASH. BELFASTMAN’S TRAGIC DEATH. WHITEABBEY PBOSECUTION. BALLTCLABE STTJDEST CHABGED. A great amount of interest was taken the proceedings

after the Aquitania had berthed states the “Daily Express” New York corespondent. The liner carried on board the infant child Edith Day, the actress the wife of Mr. Pat Somerset, the English actor. the photographer was taking the portrait of both nurse and
November 17, 1923 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES.

NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES.

recital was given by Ur. James Stewart, Belfast, in Ballyraoncy Wednesday. A musical programme was contributed to by Miss Edith Cunningham, Miss P. Cochrane, Miss Maggie M'Douald, and Mr. Frank M’Donald Miss Cunningham and Mr. Stanley Hudson were the
November 9, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
• THE FREEMAN'S 'JOURNAL, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1923. EGREES CONFERRED LATE MR. BONAR LAW Successful National Impressive Obsequies In University Students Westminster Abbey

• THE FREEMAN'S 'JOURNAL, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1923. EGREES CONFERRED LATE MR. BONAR LAW Successful National Impressive Obsequies In University Students Westminster Abbey

Loon. John G.; Ludo-. Charles W.: MeC: :the, Maurice: MeNnory, tient-tide: kh•Cos 214 J.., P.: McCir..i :I. Th0:11. J. mire. Edith K.: Hook.. Ernes! P.: Morita. 31.111ir.••• kluttibill. nit" It.: Murphy. Brun:- mist cllvarpby. Fernss A. 01'.: Murphy. Ihnothy:
November 6, 1923 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(ClentirlMraPll

(ClentirlMraPll

Margaret M.C.; Burke, Grace M.; Harkin, John F. ; Kilkelly. Julia; McEnery, Gertrude; Mcreevy, Bridget; McQuaid, Annie; Maguire, Edith K.; Moran, Bridget; O'Beirne, John; O'Donnell, Kate; O'Hogain, Eibhlin; O'Loan, A.; O'Malley, Nom; O'Rourke, Mary E. Henry
November 14, 1923 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BALLYMONEY NOTES.

BALLYMONEY NOTES.

of 100 assembled in the Town Hall for a whist drive. At halftime musical items were contributed by Miss Molly Agnew, Miss Edith Cunningham, and Mr. James Stewart, the latter's topical song being well received. Twentyfour rounds were played, and at the
November 22, 1923 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRINITY COLLEGE I BELOVED PRIEST

TRINITY COLLEGE I BELOVED PRIEST

Warwick, Canon Griorlcy, Vyry Rey. Canon Murray. I'M.--.; Doreen. William Lino: Dunn, Very Rey. .1. J. Cop.% 0.C.C .. Rev. Edith Nora Caniol,ll; Browne. &Enid , ' Dud : ht . St. .., ixatha , s + ; Bea. ray. Juiyor 31 ' a. .. ea t e n' Du " , "' l ' Fittpatrick
November 20, 1923 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RELEASED AFTER 44 YEARS.

RELEASED AFTER 44 YEARS.

returned to the col- WKinstry, in his delightful Irish songs. to renew acquaintanceship, and many to expressed • desire Mk.. Edith Ashby was the pianist. ' return um, again to ithe scholustie shades. with the opportunity The function concluded with the of
November 17, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BALLYMONEY FREE PRESS.

THE BALLYMONEY FREE PRESS.

Miscellany." A musical programme which was thoroughly enjoyed by the dirge and appreciative audience consisted of by Miss Edith Cunningham, Miss Maggie If' Miss F. Cochrane, and Mr. Frank M'Dosald. The on the organ were skilfully played by L Cunningham
November 15, 1923 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
from discuming the matter at adequate length, was an indication that the Government were afraid—flood Oppotitaca cheers)—to expose their policy

from discuming the matter at adequate length, was an indication that the Government were afraid—flood Oppotitaca cheers)—to expose their policy

provided. Amnngst the large exhibition veneties the velvety C 141,11011 of the " Mrs. Munro" variety. the chestnut berme. of the "Edith Cavell." the golden amber of " klajestic," and the tiebeately.shattsd shell pink "General retain" stand out prominently. All
November 14, 1923 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST

BELFAST

used freely in England, f°l DavLs arrived in Brasil a few months and looms of it seems to have found its ___. ago His fallow, Edith Mills (of Walsall), way over to Ireland, either through trad- arrived later for the purpose of marrying lag or the incursions
November 30, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland