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INTO ONE GRAVE-

INTO ONE GRAVE-

Factory disaster were buried yesterday afternoon Christ’s Church, Eritb, one large grave. The girls’ names ware Alice Craddock, Edith Lamb, Doris Sturdivant, Alien Hsrvsy. Gladys Herbert Amelia Smith, all of Erith, an I Elisabeth Dalton, cf Wellick. Crowds
February 26, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, 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
 
LOST REST FROM ERUPTIONS

LOST REST FROM ERUPTIONS

Cuticurit Soap and' Ointment and they stopped the dreadful irritation, and in three weeks they were healed." (Signed) Mrs. Edith M Burge, Silver St..! Nausea, Nr Bristol, Eng. Cutlets.* Soap and Ointment are! all you need for all toilet uses. The Soap
February 23, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A LONDON REVIVAL.

A LONDON REVIVAL.

contains more eolith. wit and knowledge *of horn caters than the vain majority of the Om of the last decade lumped together Edith Evans' performance as Milkmaid. was artistic triumph. She interpreted the character delightfully. Her voice was MI of charm
February 9, 1924 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FARM CHILDREN. They Drink Tea and Coffee and Not Milk. The fact that there are plenty of COIFS ill ft..

FARM CHILDREN. They Drink Tea and Coffee and Not Milk. The fact that there are plenty of COIFS ill ft..

fact that there are plenty of COIFS ill ft.. country does not mean that fanner boys •ad girls drink milk, amording to Nita Edith Nitakowaki, local representative of the department of home economics of Peon-71vania State College, who has juit our plated
February 26, 1924 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of 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
 
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
 
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
 
LISBURN OLD SCHOLARS.

LISBURN OLD SCHOLARS.

A. A Harding a. rMld ; John Turtle lecretary. and Mr. James Woolman treasurer. The following D committee:—Leonard Green. Edith AUen. Mrs. D. Barbour Simpson (retiring 1925), Cylvia Kirkwoon. Cecil Pearson GUbert Lamb (retiring 1925), John S. Hobson.
February 25, 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