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PRINCE OF WALES.

PRINCE OF WALES.

cMces and waiting-, i Playiing Piano. rooms.: The gas lamps embody the principle' rit superheated clusters of small inverted, Edith Florence Catlin; an :::tractive Cieb mantles, which, in the station itself, will beisen girl, aged 17, has du:appeared. suspended
October 8, 1924 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
To-day's News ; •wiling Scenes at Wembley : Jliicns Hear King’s Speech. , ....dpc Commemorated. 5^?W» to G lf i

To-day's News ; •wiling Scenes at Wembley : Jliicns Hear King’s Speech. , ....dpc Commemorated. 5^?W» to G lf i

Church, m she Ucv. J. Meumer, fU.- I'.jrir); Henry hheil, 32ii Lancers, i : v, elder son Peter J. Siu il, 1.?., I. - . mu .' Edith, second i . Calcutta ami nondon. JEATHS. • t at Miss Bratton’s Kursing !ii . r>.ra, Arrnagii, Margaret Bower .aged . i „ncral
April 24, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ENGLISH STUDIES IN 1522.

ENGLISH STUDIES IN 1522.

A., deals with general works literary history and criticism; Mr. E. V. Gordon, 8.A., with general works in philology; Miss Edith E. Wardale, M.A., takes Anglo-Saxon studies her province; Mr. C. P. G. Thomas, M.A., Middle English; and Mr. Arthur W. Read
February 16, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
13 ■ElOllli.

13 ■ElOllli.

my dear Wet, Edith (Mid Lindse7 Wright,_ who deported this Ills on Ifth October. I t sod was &erred Cernmonsy Cemetery. Deeply regretted by her Bitter XBB. ADZI.IN. 26 Satteuberw Street. Wit lONT—In lowing aleatory of my dear elder. Edith (Ethel Lindsay
October 18, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IN NENONIaII,

IN NENONIaII,

daughter, Edith Dodie), who died 2Sth May, 1913, and wan interred la Duodenald Cemetery. Cherished memories of one so dear. Ara oft recalled by a silent tear. Badly SUiVegi by her loving Fa th er, Mother, sad little Sister IiGOROZ AND EDITH FAULKNER.
May 24, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC.

INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC.

Night; (b) Fly not yet (arr. T. R. G. Jose). Award.--(No. 2, hem, Miss Cußrick's Quartet Iklisam Phyllis Rani, Doris Britain, Edith On, and Sylvia Ft...mint-00 marks, Highly me. mended—)No. 8) Mies Archer's Quartet (Mimes Mary K. Archer, D. Browner, A. Frame
May 16, 1924 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEEKS NEWS OF IRELAND (continued).

THE WEEKS NEWS OF IRELAND (continued).

Tueaday from the Ahercom Steamship Company. Ltd., expressing thanks Cor the aeeistance rendered by the pilot# and crew the Edith William## the occasion of the accident the Greyhound, and offering make a payment lor the use of the pilot cutter, and also
August 9, 1924 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST LARCENY CHARGES.

BELFAST LARCENY CHARGES.

with stealing a silver watch, the property of Joseph Scott. Beechficld Street; and a sum of £1 19s and a bangle, belonging to Edith Graham. Durham Street. Josepn Scott said on the 13th March, the accusea took lodgings the house where witness was stopping
April 5, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON (“ 2LO ” : 365 metrea).

LONDON (“ 2LO ” : 365 metrea).

“SWA’S” “Five O’clocks.” 5 45-o Corner. 6-30—€-45—History of.-.he Drama —(VII.), by Edith Lester Jones. GLASGOW SSC ”: metres).-3-30-4-30 —The Wireless Quartet and Edith Johnston (soprano), 445—5-15—Topics for Women. 6dfi —6-o—Children’s Corner. 6 C—6-
September 15, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LEFT—THE FINISH OF THE SCHOOLBOYS’ RACE, WON BY T. MOORE. Rl BETWEEN W. YEATES, BELFAST, AND BILLY BROWN (FACIN

LEFT—THE FINISH OF THE SCHOOLBOYS’ RACE, WON BY T. MOORE. Rl BETWEEN W. YEATES, BELFAST, AND BILLY BROWN (FACIN

owners—via Portpatrick stationasking that a tug should sent to give assistance. The Belfast Harbour Commissioners’ pilot tender Edith Williames named after the wife of the chairman of the Board, Mr. W. E. Williames, D.L. —was near by, and her officers, on
July 19, 1924 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland