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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
 
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aris Dorothy, eldest daughter of Mr. S. Bromley Kemp and Mrs. Bromley Kemp, of Volksrust. Transvaal. The marriage of Lady Edith Mary Stopford, daughter of the Earl and Countess of Courtown. was one of the big social events in London last week. It was
November 3, 1923 - Irish Society (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST FEWS-LETTER, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER Q, 1925.

BELFAST FEWS-LETTER, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER Q, 1925.

steamer Kaith has requested assistance wireless owing having sprung a leak. A Government steamer went her assistance. The Edith is being lowed Marseilles. Manchester telegram states that the steamers Optic and Sjomand were in collision in the canal. Both
November 6, 1923 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
the plan for these waterworks nail yet tc be prepared, after three or four years had been spent oil the

the plan for these waterworks nail yet tc be prepared, after three or four years had been spent oil the

ed compensation. lILIITIM WOMAN CALL= TO TEI INGLIXH NAN. One of the three women called to the English Bar yesterday, 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 20, 1923 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
LOCAL GROCER PATS £ FIRE.

LOCAL GROCER PATS £ FIRE.

At ones District Court—before Mr. M. 4. Hannan, D.J.—Miss Edith Coulson, Belmont, Magheraveely, Co. Fermanagh, was charged by the Customs authorities at Clones with illegal possession -f smuggled goods, consisting of 1,800 cigarettes
November 10, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE WEEK’S NEWS OF IRELAND (continued.)

THE WEEK’S NEWS OF IRELAND (continued.)

Seven hundred free veterinary treatments hove been given this branch, which great benefit to ths poor, and to their animals. Edith Coulaon, Relmount, Magheravceley, was summoned at Clones for having unlawfully imported four and half pounds of cigarettes
November 17, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ATTITUDE OF THE POWERS.

THE ATTITUDE OF THE POWERS.

programme was concluded with a novel juggling act Eddy and Roy Vanwyck. The Panopticon.—A thrilling drama is the subject of Edith Roberts’s latest film, Luring Lips.” which is being shown at tho Panopticon. Dave Martin, teller in a Wall Street bank, marries
November 13, 1923 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST CARETAKER KILLED. SHANKILL ROAD MISSION. ORDER OF CRUSADERS. 25 YEARS OF SPLENDID HOLDS SERVICE IN ABBEY. WORK. THE DUKE

BELFAST CARETAKER KILLED. SHANKILL ROAD MISSION. ORDER OF CRUSADERS. 25 YEARS OF SPLENDID HOLDS SERVICE IN ABBEY. WORK. THE DUKE

the house being eophilanthropy. of hi. position the Prime Minister would tared, the mans only child, a little girl sassed Edith Mary, was found shot dead. The Moderator moved a retolutiou ex- have been on that platform to show his Min hire removed to
November 28, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRESBYTERIAN NEWS. WITHOUT GOVERNMENT. MUDDLE IN GERMANY. CABINET•RAILING FAILURES. FEARS OF A RERUN RISING. NEW SCOTS MODERATORS. RI'V. DC lELNAN'S

PRESBYTERIAN NEWS. WITHOUT GOVERNMENT. MUDDLE IN GERMANY. CABINET•RAILING FAILURES. FEARS OF A RERUN RISING. NEW SCOTS MODERATORS. RI'V. DC lELNAN'S

of Dimollie Road United Free Church, Oben. has been inducted into the charge of Trinity United Free Church, Renfrew. Miss Edith Douglas Morrison. M.A., daughter of the Rev. Dr. Hugh Morrison. senior minister of Cults United Free Church, Aberdeen, and
November 28, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
mm imm k* tob vcuck tm, [ '|[ Funeral Mr. Bonar Law. Glasgow's Call .. Churchill. ! AND BELFAST POST.

mm imm k* tob vcuck tm, [ '|[ Funeral Mr. Bonar Law. Glasgow's Call .. Churchill. ! AND BELFAST POST.

KffINT^«7 g™. 4 = yea. off. about «* St7uelens, R£ ALIZ Ail 150 ’’quiet" i CLARA '.entered n- ..rodnee, ™ Upper Newtownaris Edith, BLACK-FACED EWES, a very choice | PONY MARK. 6 year-, about 11.2; f wm”' rS powKIIFUI. BROWN OEI.DINO. 6 year-. youngrat daughter
November 6, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland