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ARMAGEDDON. TO THE EDITOR Of THE NORTHERN WHIG.

ARMAGEDDON. TO THE EDITOR Of THE NORTHERN WHIG.

was that obtained Mis. Madill over Miss Edith Leiteh. who is sister of Miss Cecil Leiteh. ihe Dublin was 2 up the tarn, having won the eighth and ninth holes, had etill a lead two hotes with four to go. Miss Edith Leitch seen red the fifteenth and sixteenth
May 20, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC.

INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC.

Night; (b) Fly not yet (arr. T. R. G. Jose). Award.--(No. 2, hem, Miss Cußrick's Quartet Iklisam Phyllis Rani, Doris Britain, Edith On, and Sylvia Ft...mint-00 marks, Highly me. mended—)No. 8) Mies Archer's Quartet (Mimes Mary K. Archer, D. Browner, A. Frame
May 16, 1924 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IN NENONIaII,

IN NENONIaII,

daughter, Edith Dodie), who died 2Sth May, 1913, and wan interred la Duodenald Cemetery. Cherished memories of one so dear. Ara oft recalled by a silent tear. Badly SUiVegi by her loving Fa th er, Mother, sad little Sister IiGOROZ AND EDITH FAULKNER.
May 24, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POULTRY.

POULTRY.

Anthony ; 2, Miss Evelyn 3, Luke Semple. Sussex, light, cock—l, R. Anthony; 2, Miss Edith Marsden; 3, W. H. Woods. Sussex, light, hen— l, B. Anthony; 2, Miss Edith Marsdeu; 3, Mrs. John Gray. Sussex, any other colour, oock —l, R. Anthony; 2, Wm. 3, Dr
May 30, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MIT OPERA NOEOE.

MIT OPERA NOEOE.

Rice. J. CLARKE. President. J. WKIECHNIE. Secretary. .STEWART—May 2. 1924, at her hoohand's rad' deuce. Dunleady. Dimdonald. Edith. the dearly-beloved wife of William Stewart. ter remains will be removed from above address on to-morrow illiundavi, at 3.
May 3, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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k STRENUOUS WEEK.

k STRENUOUS WEEK.

the Stilly Night Mb' Fly not yet (arr. T. R. O. Jose). Awarda 2) mat. Miss Culwick s (Misses Phvllis Reeves. Doris BriUin, Edith Orr, and Sylvia Fannin)—9o marks. Highly commende —(No. 8) Mias Archers Qu.rtetl (Misses Mery K. Archer, D. Browner A Frame
May 24, 1924 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GOLF. AND GOLFERS

GOLF. AND GOLFERS

most interesting was victory (Br P F Gunnel Gannon a lords-superior, capable of giving in struction of Mr.. Madill over Miss Edith Leitch. It was OLABSISTLE Cart.lll 7 as well as handsome beatings to all the other • splendidly eientested amid all We way
May 20, 1924 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SIMMS, A.L.C.M..

SIMMS, A.L.C.M..

Kathleen M'Connell, Ruth Barry. DOMESTIC ECONOMY (presented Miss Crawford)— Bay Kennedy, Lucy M'Maw. COOKERY—MoiIie Hunter, Edith Speers, Mary M'Lellan. Betty M'Coonell. NEEDLEWORK— Ray Kennedy, Mary M'Lellan. Ritchie, Margaret Wright, Ethel SCRIPTHRE Annie
May 31, 1924 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SCHOOLBOY,

THE SCHOOLBOY,

turn. She eventually won the 14th . • .) and 4. mher successful Irish competitors, Mrs. * M-rmitage) did well to defeat Miss Edith I his she did as the result chiefly of niblick shot the 13th hole. She • one up, and her second shot the trifled into the bunker
May 20, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Household Hints. LADY EDITH

Household Hints. LADY EDITH

Household Hints. LADY EDITH
May 17, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland