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WEEKLY TELEGRAPH; SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 2,1924 PROVINCIAL BANK CHIEF ON IRISH OUTLOOK. FREE STATE CONDITION HER GRADUATING GOWN AS SHROUD. GIRL’S

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH; SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 2,1924 PROVINCIAL BANK CHIEF ON IRISH OUTLOOK. FREE STATE CONDITION HER GRADUATING GOWN AS SHROUD. GIRL’S

dress and you said you wanted, to to college,” insisted her father. At this Edith looked away and would not talk any more. About an hour after supper Schlenker missed Edith and fonnd the skylight on the top floor open, with a ladder propped against it
February 2, 1924 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, SATTfRPAY FERRE ARY 2,1924

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, SATTfRPAY FERRE ARY 2,1924

dress and you said you wanted to go to college,” insisted her father. At this Edith looked away and would not talk any more. About an hour after supper Rcblenker missed Edith and found the skylight on the top floor open, with a ladder propped against it
February 2, 1924 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JIINIO2 HONOURS.

JIINIO2 HONOURS.

Shaw (Mrs. Whale School of Music. Teacher). Victoria E. Shanks Mr. P. Dulrell, A.R.0.M.. Teacher). Mamie E. Nesbitt (Miss Edith Oreeoe, Towri. Ellen H. Bell (Nisi Bente Lamina, Tear (sr . Winnie Asder•on, Richmond High School. Armagh, Miss Elliott. Teacher)
February 5, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Cardiff (SWA)

"Old King Cole;" Ernest Jone*. banjo solo, "La Vivandier*;” Edith James and Percy Owens, "Counter Attractions;” Leonard Brown, songs. " When My Ships Come Sailing Home,’ "Allah With Vs;” Edith James, piano, and some songs; burlesque, " Parliamentarian*
February 5, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
lIIINIOR PAS&

lIIINIOR PAS&

Ruby lillyees. A.LC.N.. Teacher). INTERNEDIATS HONOURS. Ellen DortOwn, 113 (Wee Corollas Peel, Teacher). Mee V. Orem& L.ar.m. Edith /artisan, 82 (Wee Westmont, Teacher). allt? ... . he asl o. llle, 81 MIN Molly lintel. 80 13(r. George Smith, Annie Webb (Wee
February 5, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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LATlMER—January 26, 1975, at Rockhill, Let. terkenny, county Donegal, to Kr. end Mrs. J. T. Latimer, • eon. DEATH& DOHERTY—February

LATlMER—January 26, 1975, at Rockhill, Let. terkenny, county Donegal, to Kr. end Mrs. J. T. Latimer, • eon. DEATH& DOHERTY—February

6th inst., at two o'clock. SMITH—On the 2nd February, 1924, at her residence, " Maplanount," Northland - road, Londonderry. Edith Margaret, dearly - loved arta of Herbert Smith. Funeral this day (Tuesday), sth inst., to City Cemetery, at twelve noon.
February 5, 1924 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
MANCHESTER (** 2ZY”; 400 Metres),

MANCHESTER (** 2ZY”; 400 Metres),

5-30-4-45—Concert; Irene Morion (soprano). Edith Reeves (contralto), Frank Kay (entertainer). L. \V Wildgoose (tenon. 5-o—Mainly feminine. 5-20- Farmers’ weather forecast. 5-25 Children’s hour. 7-o—Archibald Haddon (S
February 6, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BANBRIDOI PRZSSITIMY.

BANBRIDOI PRZSSITIMY.

Eileen M'Caughey, Tandragee, 72; Olive Lindsay, Tallylish, 72; Jessie Robinson, Tandragee, 714; Sarah *Creams, Tendrages, 64; Edith Hudson. Talblish, 62; lea Clarke, Poyntspees, 614; Maud Wilson, Tannish, eo. Junior Division Madge Anderson, Tullylish, 96;
February 1, 1924 - Portadown Times - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
LAST MONTHS.

LAST MONTHS.

first wife Klim Axsen. nf Savannah. Georgia, whom married n IWW. died 1914, and on December the following vear he v-odded Edith TV* , b , 'g Galt, of Washington, whom he is survived
February 4, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GRAND OPERA HOUSE

GRAND OPERA HOUSE

all for the spirit good-fellowship we showed in being present, and, having thanked everybody else, was taken aback when Mies Edith Pearson dawned the stage present him with scarf pin from the staff and orchestra. It was pleasant to hear him express his the
February 2, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland