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BELFAST TELEGRAPH, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1923.

BELFAST TELEGRAPH, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1923.

LOVE CHARGES. ROMANCE THAT FAILED. GIRL AND UNSIGNED GIRL'S DEATH IN BRAZIL. LETTERS. KUSBAND UNDER ARREST. The romance of Edith Davies, a Wal- FOURTEEN CASES OF LIBEL. sail (Staffs.) girl, who is believed to have SURPRISING RECITAL IN COURT. met her death
November 29, 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PATHOS OF INSANITY

PATHOS OF INSANITY

Revelations at Inquet Remarkablo revelations were made ai Reading yesterday on Charles Hoi.'y unemployed taxi-cab driver, and hu- Edith Mary, aged five. Both were four their residence on Tuesday, and the lit’.ir had her throat cut as well, was already ■ discovered
November 30, 1923 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MURDERED DAUGHTER.

MURDERED DAUGHTER.

revelations were made the inquest at Reading yesterday on Charles Henry Minchin, an unemployed taxicab driver, and his daughter, Edith Mary, aged five. Both were found shot at their residence Tuesday, and the little girl, who had her throat cut as well, was
November 30, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern 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
 
RECIULATIONS CRMCISED.

RECIULATIONS CRMCISED.

cattle they needed and causing lons and dissatisfaction all round. Fire claimed two child victims in Middlestrough on Tuesday. Edith Hastings, aged five. was found to be in Rumen. and Per moth.... running to the Tern., was herself severely turned. The child
November 29, 1923 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 

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THE STALL-HOLDERS.

THE STALL-HOLDERS.

—Work Stall No. Mi-se- M’Cutcheon. M. M’Cutcheon. o 11 ngs, and M'Donald. No. 2-Misses Winnie McCullough. Mabel M ullougn, Edith White, Daisy Johnstone, and Bribes No. Mrs. and Misses E. M -M'Cormiek, M j and Eva Beattie. j Junior Stall—Miss Capper (president
November 29, 1923 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO CAIRO DIUSEITM.

TO CAIRO DIUSEITM.

or blue glaze drinking cups and vessels, the latter being shaped like modern teapots. WOMAN FINED FOR DIVULGING CONTENTS. Edith Llewellyn, of Nash Peake-street, Tunstall, a married woman, employed as a charwoman at Tunstall Post Office, was lined LI at
November 29, 1923 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern 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
 
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