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GRANNY’S CORNER.

GRANNY’S CORNER.

all tto pdfltoa ore la oa* oaeelopa to Lattar Baa la ctood 0* tto Ratarda* aooeaktooW* tto data tto paper. AWARDS, IPra* to Edith Bate*, aged 15. 2 Unwet, Rsndymouot avenue, Balls- Co. Dablin. t Prise to Miss Doreen Underwood, U, 8 Mountcsshel street, Belfast
November 17, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEAR EDITH

DEAR EDITH

DEAR EDITH f pleasant holiday •ort. Yea, Ido thi appetite.—Your ■*» GRANNY.—On to » Moontain. W« ha. » narrow path ',7'' fhrr* G»r mountain. • rtrlnk of wat »we rlmhrd tli •niwrlM «row. y MR. which t. • different nnd compared 1 th« moßt. were ell very
November 17, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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
 
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
 
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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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
 
, 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
 
PRIZE-WINNERS

PRIZE-WINNERS

13, Brown*- town, Kilrullen, Co. Kildare. Correet answer* also sent :—Mary Moran. John McCanghey. Eileen McQnade. Antfseß. Edith Dirkinson. Ro*a Harding. Media Stirling. Eileen Geoghegan. Robert Balmer. Olie** Marmion, Stella Underwood, Forney Kyne. SOLUTION
November 17, 1923 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TRINITY COLLEGE.

TRINITY COLLEGE.

and Political Scions.--Rinior Moriers-1 tors--Johnston, Thomas James; Warwick. Dorothy, Eileen; Duncan, William Linn: Dunn, Edith Nora Campbell; Browne. Reginald Lindsay. Junior Moderator,- -Mr. Dhan Raj; Brunskill, Eileen Rhoda. Buppleniental Junior M
November 20, 1923 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRIZES.

PRIZES.

Lucy Walker, French, German. Lower Forms. (Form Priaea are Arranged in Order Merit Form lll.—Helen M'Crackin, leobel M'Niach, Edith Wiiaon. _ Form ll.—Annio M’Ninch. Connie Abbot, Madeline FV*rm I.—Margaret Todd. Kathlo Fleet, Kathleen Ilononrable Mention
November 16, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland