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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
 
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
 
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
 
WRECKS AND CASUALTIES.

WRECKS AND CASUALTIES.

(Lloyd** TeJsgram*,) Londoo, A Crest aaya —The Edith, of Hull, Norwioii Aotwvrp. wftß and damafed tbs wherry Forward A Port Said telegram aaya: —Tho British steamer Kohistan C3yd* and Manchaster, 1* fa Iks Fsraia* Gulf with steermg
February 25, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST LOUGH BLAZE

BELFAST LOUGH BLAZE

Hera had discharged a cargo of motor spirit at the new wharf at Connswater. The fire was noticed by the harbour pilot boat Edith Williames, which burned to the scene and rescued the crew. Some of the men. it is stated, had to climb tip a burning ladder
February 6, 1924 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
NOUN)TOWER.

NOUN)TOWER.

satisfactory. Eight candidate. were admitted to benefit membership. Five candidates were proposed and registered for membership. "Edith says she would rather dance thaa eat." "Well, she'll find plenty of men would rather sign a dance programme than la dinner
February 9, 1924 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SECOND ISLANDMAQEC.

SECOND ISLANDMAQEC.

Mrs. F. Dtck, Mrs. Kerr. Mrs. J. English, M. Miss M. A. Templeton, Mise M. Tempfeton, Miss Meta Kerr, Miss lizzie Boyd, Mips Edith tiUl, O. Mias Janie Hunter. Miss Janie Kerr, Misa Maggie Roan. Mies Kathleen Hill, Mi*#. May WiCon. Minn Mol lie Hunter, and
February 18, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
lUSNMILLS NOTES.

lUSNMILLS NOTES.

flourish. • social hour followed. Supper was served by Mrs. Wilkinson, Mn. Torrents, Mrs. Dinsmore, Mn. Rice, Miss Ries, Miss Edith li'Mullan, and Nurse J. • vote of thanks was passed on the motion of Sir KnL Robert Moore, seconded by Sir Ent. J. H. tunic
February 21, 1924 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, 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
 
LAWN TENNIS

LAWN TENNIS

brother William, £5OO to bis William Prentice; 2200 to his house klS Emily West; 2100 to hi recent bead Charles Lake; 11,000 to Edith Bates, wife' Harry Bates, trainer; gum so his Dean; and numerous other personal b.qu' as Wen as gifts to cluiritiss.
February 11, 1924 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland