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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
 
KILKEEL FISHERMEN. Glasses in Marine Engineering and Navigation. GETTING OUT THE RUT.” Speaking at the inaugural meeting of clan of

KILKEEL FISHERMEN. Glasses in Marine Engineering and Navigation. GETTING OUT THE RUT.” Speaking at the inaugural meeting of clan of

Miss Doreen I Gracey; Forget-me-not, Miss Kathleen Kilpatrick; White Rose, Miss Marie MTI wrath, i Tennis Dancers ” —Miss Edith Baird and Miss I Irene Baird. St. Swithin’s Day ” —Rain, Miss [ Margaret M'Gonigal. “St. Andrew’s Day”— Miss Kathleen Johnston
February 25, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Cemetery. Funeral private. Thy will be done.” Smith— February 1524. at her residence, Maplemount,” Northland Road, T ondonderrv, Edith Margaret, dearly loved wife -f Herbert Smith. Funeral morrow iTucsday). Sth inst.. to City Cemetery, at noon. R a I N E Grand
February 4, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. Enterms lest nigbfc the second week hf their present fceaeon, Mr* Doren and his young

PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. Enterms lest nigbfc the second week hf their present fceaeon, Mr* Doren and his young

Picture House. Royal Avenue. In the leading roles the work of a number of well-known artists is seen, including Stewart Home ami Edith Bishop, and th© Icelandic scenes are feature calculated to convey a wonderful insight into the life and customs of the inhabitants
February 12, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
YOUNG PIANIST Copies of ratzmas's JOURNAL PhOlOßlaviin way be obtained at (ur Toe nseud Street Offices at the tollowing rate:

YOUNG PIANIST Copies of ratzmas's JOURNAL PhOlOßlaviin way be obtained at (ur Toe nseud Street Offices at the tollowing rate:

obtained at (ur Toe nseud Street Offices at the tollowing rate: lialf.plate. 1,6; Wholeplate, 2/-. (Mounted, 6d. extra). • • 4 • Edith G. Fume at the te.-. , et pinto rvxmination of the Incorpornted Society of 311Dirinne at. Arklow Convent.
February 19, 1924 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DWELLING BLOCK ABLAZE.

DWELLING BLOCK ABLAZE.

Hampstead, Vice-Admiral Sir Reginald and Lady Hall, the Marchioness the Earl and Countess of Huntingdon, Lord and Lady and Mias Edith Smith. Sir Frederick and Lady Hall, Lord and Lady Hcndiip, Lord and Lady Hastings, the Marquis and Marchioness of Huntly, Sir
February 12, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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I N O S) ■ V 1

took place on January 30, at St. Saviour’s Church, St. George’s square, London, S.W., of Sir John Horsbrugh-Porter, Bart., to Edith Dorothy, elder daughter of the late Major-General and Mrs. Richard Worsley. Sir John was previously married to one of the beautiful
February 9, 1924 - Irish Society (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GERMANY SAID TO HOLD PLAN.

GERMANY SAID TO HOLD PLAN.

wrists indicated that there must have been a struggle, but that there was nothing suggestive. THE BRACES IDENTIFIED. Miss Edith Tapley, a brace-maker employed by firm of manufacturers, identified the braces produced as a pair she made lor Mrs. Sharpe
February 2, 1924 - Larne Times - Larne, 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
 
►AY, FEBRUARY 6, 1924.

►AY, FEBRUARY 6, 1924.

marchionees carries on the family tradition most worthily. She is the daughter of the late Viscount Chaplin, but was only Miss Edith Chaplin when she married the marquis, who was then Viscount Castlereagh, in 1890. Nine years ago next Friday Lord Londonderry
February 6, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland