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PRIZE WINNERS.

PRIZE WINNERS.

Boland Burgess, Stella Underwood, Nellie Shegog. Annie Moran, Kathleen O’Orady, Clare Com' i;.key, Addie Boles, Sarah Peevers. Edith : Dickinson, Eileen Kathleen Geoghegan, Mary Moran. Cecil Whiteaidc. I Mol lie Stirling, G. Patterson. SOLUTION OF PUZZLE IN
February 16, 1924 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

Ashford. Fdward his 46th year. ** M ith Christ, which i* far better." OMBBORN—February 2, 1924. A'emon Farm, Balmoral Manitoba, Edith F. ( libhorn. of Ronemount. Moaic. Co. Westmeath, widow of the late C. J. Clibhr.rn. M.D.. Kiltegan. Co. Wicklow. OROWLBV—Feboiary
February 16, 1924 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

flowers, by special request. Smith—Febrnary 18, at her residence, 84, Mayfield Boad, Sanderstead, Surrey, after long illness, Edith Davies, the dear wife of 11. Baincy Smith, and daughter of the late John Rea, Dalzien, Annadale Avenue, Belfast. Funeral private
February 21, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - 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
 
MOTOR SHIP ON FIRE

MOTOR SHIP ON FIRE

rapidly towards the deck, and the ship was soon enveloped in flames. The glare of the fire noticed men on board the pilot boat Edith Williames, who immediately started for the scene and took off the crew, landing them at the Albert Quay. Iu making their escape
February 6, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARRIA6ES.

MARRIA6ES.

intimation. REYNOLDS—February 8, 1924. at 10, Fortuna Street, Lily, the eldest and dearly-beloved daughter of the late Joseph and Edith Reynolds. Her remains will be removed from above address Monday, 11th insl., at p.m., for interment Dundonald Cemetery inends
February 9, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BROADCASTING.

BROADCASTING.

etc.. H. Caswrown H it. 37 reign, Agitate, Want. MolikAine o Co. Dublin. February 21m, 1924. THE I'ITZZENS' HALL TO lilt EDITH! 1111.11 11111• hit.—As ace who taker a hnu r.nerest in the proposal to erert a Citieens' Hall SU nut city, may I venture to
February 22, 1924 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT AND PERSONAL

COURT AND PERSONAL

Mullen,. R. C. C. Studdard. Departure :: •Mr. Mr.. S Cr. 6.811 Mein., I olunel Rum!! loonaid. D b. 0.; M. Russell Leonard. Misa Edith Martin. Mt. , Bell. Mois K. W. Be.:kh. Mr, F. Longworth Dames. Miss D. Longlivoith Pawn, Mir. C. 11tFarlail. 1.t.•C01. F. F
February 6, 1924 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SIMPATH Court. li iebtqr, w h rad from itTetimnsia.' mitred that he would mead him to th. for a few

SIMPATH Court. li iebtqr, w h rad from itTetimnsia.' mitred that he would mead him to th. for a few

climate has been Co "'Dobson- mind was recorded at a Hackney inque.t aux" that it has impireil many people with upon Ellett Edith Johns (46). of Stamford t t h atthe fac tory was the first to inanufaeure musts! d gas in . bulk and was the only to go abroad
February 15, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LAW NOTICES-THIS DAY

LAW NOTICES-THIS DAY

Tennis J. Tut. , ill A or dn.; James McDonnell for Argo.' re Anne. leir,rl OM. 1923—F0r Indetn....—Crwen Tl.ht ▪ E. V. . Ltd.. Edith R. Afahnn. .pant. Rent. rhnrch Roe^ end Dinc.pan Troen. Elnhin, landlord's tnntlon• Corr S. Lar.m. Fronces W. We,'seine -.4
February 12, 1924 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland