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COMMEMORATIVE FUND REMARKABLE RECORD.' WOMAN OF MANY NARRIAGES 111101111 IN MIST. At the Old Bailey, Landes, Leotards! Edith Louisa Barnett

COMMEMORATIVE FUND REMARKABLE RECORD.' WOMAN OF MANY NARRIAGES 111101111 IN MIST. At the Old Bailey, Landes, Leotards! Edith Louisa Barnett

COMMEMORATIVE FUND REMARKABLE RECORD.' WOMAN OF MANY NARRIAGES 111101111 IN MIST. At the Old Bailey, Landes, Leotards! Edith Louisa Barnett (or Bassett), aged 30, was found guilty of throwing upon Arthur William Thompson, a inetor-lins inspector, and
February 29, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FARM WORK IN CANADA.

FARM WORK IN CANADA.

&anewm ♦n appeased eppheseth her who ere willing to pay thew own be awarded t.-3 snivel. that the terms can h. Ana • the Ca edith l'neilk Midway. a: CePe, Lambe, level DUBLIN SHIPPING PLI•I'LI • 104 rite Mt MS. Arrimal—Malta. of t from Lob*. tort. a at
February 29, 1924 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GREAT RRITAIN V. U.S.A.

GREAT RRITAIN V. U.S.A.

by the secretary the United States Golf Association.—Reuter. WOMAN VITRIOL-THROWER. Career Bigamy. the Old Bailey yesterday Edith Louisa Barnett, Bassett (30), was sentenced to three years’ penal servitude for throwing vitriol motor ’bus inspector named
February 29, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TWO MEN BLINDED.

TWO MEN BLINDED.

Women Acid Throwers Sentenced to Penal Servitude. the Old Bailey yesterday Edith Louisa Barnett (or Bassett), 30, was sentenced three years’ penal servitude for throwing vitriol motor bus inspector named Arthur William thorn peon and
February 29, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MIMS' MINUATION. ANNUAL NSITINO AT FRIENDS' SCHOOL. Mt sit Address High MSc The animal meeting of Lisburn Old Scholars' Associat

MIMS' MINUATION. ANNUAL NSITINO AT FRIENDS' SCHOOL. Mt sit Address High MSc The animal meeting of Lisburn Old Scholars' Associat

Gilmour. xnd mwonded by Mr. Wilfred Lamb, that 11w following should form the Committee for the ewining year:— Mr. Leonard Green. Edith Allen. and Mfrs. D. 13. Simpson. who retire in 1926: Miss Sylvia Kirkwood. Mr. Cecil Pearson. and Mr. Gilbert Lamb, who retire
February 29, 1924 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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WATER POLO.

WATER POLO.

both of which Wellington victorious Doncgall ladies, with six team, won their match against Victoria by 4 (all scored by Miss Edith Montgomery) to nil. Tho losers well tho finish, and Miss L. Agnow, their captain, kept goal splendidly. ollington Juniors won
February 28, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANNUAL DISPLAY.

ANNUAL DISPLAY.

were awarded followa-(1) Guide Elsie Scott, who represented daffodil and reminded one that spring has come; and (2) Guide Edith Webster, who made very life-like rural Irish* ■nan.’* exceedingly evening was brought to a close the singing the National Anthem
February 28, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ST. COLUMB’S HALL.

ST. COLUMB’S HALL.

seeing the forthcoming production, of which the management hold the exclusive rights. To-morrow and Saturday William Duncan and Edith Johnson will be seen in “The Fighting Guide.” The story is gripping one of the North-West, but unlike most other pictures of
February 27, 1924 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ASQUITH AND THE REAL ISSUE.

ASQUITH AND THE REAL ISSUE.

today. bir Francis BLke, Bart., and Sir Thomas Pile, Bart., are 6S. Miss Terry is 7« to-day. iriH epriul her birthday with Mim Edith C'raif at the latter's residence in Bedford Street. The King has been pleaaed to approve of the appointment of Lieutenant-GciiO
February 27, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
UOKLn'S >icxcy.«. this week. _5J _ - CONTINUOUS IMS , ,-.,,,,7, Th „ Piciure with the hair-rftising taking chances Featuring

UOKLn'S >icxcy.«. this week. _5J _ - CONTINUOUS IMS , ,-.,,,,7, Th „ Piciure with the hair-rftising taking chances Featuring

Programme. Thursday and onl^. special Concert on A sweeping, swirling tremendous events: THE FIGHTING GUIDE Featuring Wm. DUXCAX a Edith JOHNSON B1 (Riul.7). Topical, Ac.. &c COMING: Douglas Fairbanks Robin Hood k Out for RUPERT JULIANS’ Stupendous Success MERRY
February 27, 1924 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland