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COURT AND PERSONAL.

COURT AND PERSONAL.

—Slyne and Co., Ltd., 71 Grafton street. Passenotas Rota. Man. ArrivaLi —lira C. Bt,oett Redmond, Miss Stenett Redmond, Miss Edith Quin, Alva E. N. K. Mathews, J. and Mrs. Doyle, Mn.. W Pun, Fred P. Sideman. Departuree:—Mtes M. Mannion. J. Henry Elvery,
February 13, 1924 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of 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
 
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
 
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES. AND DEATHR.-8s for 28 words or under, and 9d for cr.', additional line of 7 words. Verses. td

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES. AND DEATHR.-8s for 28 words or under, and 9d for cr.', additional line of 7 words. Verses. td

York Dock. Belfast, at 111 - 011111-In loving memory of oar dearlitirs: 1 4p., and arriving at Ibithishades about daughter Edith twee Limb , tithe is okrir 8 *clock. SIABGARE T COUSINS. on lith Pebrumy. 1913. and was inteirraLta.:. ODUALNB-Febrosre 13
February 25, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REPORT ON ECONOMIES.

REPORT ON ECONOMIES.

HALL. " Flesh and Blood," an Irving Cummings production, featuring Lon Chnney, the man of • "thousand faces, ' supported by Edith Roberta as hie leading woman, was the principal attraction on the bill of fare presented by the St. Colundis Hall management
February 12, 1924 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
1924.-5

1924.-5

. Annahlit. Friends will please accept this Intimation. MOTHERS. FEHOUSON—February 14, 1924. Militant, beloved husband of Edith Ferguson, SS Upper Meadow titres ,t and second eun of Mrs. Ferguson late IS3b York Street. funeral strictly private EDITN
February 15, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SALMON ANGLING

SALMON ANGLING

strange-. ness of diction. But, then, what will a Stage Society audience not endure/ 'The. cast will include Brember Wills and Edith Evans, two of the finest players on the modern stage. There is also Mr. Soy, Byford, who made such a hit recently as Falstaff
February 23, 1924 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
■ • j>> '' • 5 *'} -r: ■*. ft# 'V Jt • "C" THE DERRY JOtTRNAL, MONDAY MORNINO. FEBRUARY 18, IA?4--PAGE 7.

■ • j>> '' • 5 *'} -r: ■*. ft# 'V Jt • "C" THE DERRY JOtTRNAL, MONDAY MORNINO. FEBRUARY 18, IA?4--PAGE 7.

Jos. Farrell. Hugh O’Neill, of Grange, summoned John Farrell, of the same place, for alleged assault on the 9th inst ; and Edith O’Neill summoned Annie Farrell for alleged assault and threatening language on the same occasion. Mr. J. F. A. Simms, solicitor
February 18, 1924 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
PASSING OF WOODROW WILSON

PASSING OF WOODROW WILSON

of a' of brilliant scholarship and statesmanship. serious MUM% oce.rrred on the night of, In Deceniber. 191 i, lie married Edith Bold September 25 of that year. when while he' ling Galt. of Washington . By the first , was on a speech-making tour in the
February 4, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland