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M'Cullagh, C.8.E.; .Mrs. J. C. White. J.P.; Mrs. J. A. Duff, Mrs. F. Workman, Mrs. Cunningham, and Mrs. R. I.

M'Cullagh, C.8.E.; .Mrs. J. C. White. J.P.; Mrs. J. A. Duff, Mrs. F. Workman, Mrs. Cunningham, and Mrs. R. I.

Agnes Turner (Lady Mayoress). A. Henderson, Julia M'Mordie, Edith M'Laurin. Elizabeth M'Comb, honorary secretaries. Edith Dixon, W. Mina Anderson, Elsie H. Coates. Margaret C. M'Cullagh, Edith K. White, Jeanie Duff, Sara Workman, Janet Cunningham, J. F
July 23, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DUKE’S REPLY.

THE DUKE’S REPLY.

TURNER (Lady Mayoress). M. A. HENDERSON. JULIA M’MORDIE. Hon. EDITH M'LAURIN. Secretaries. ELIZABETH M’COMB. EDITH DIXON. W. MINA ANDERSON. ELSIE M. COATES. MARGARET C. M’CULLAGH. Com- EDITH E. WHITE. mittee. DUFF. SARA WORKMAN. JANET CUNNINGHAM. J. F
July 26, 1924 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HEALTH OF THE HOST

HEALTH OF THE HOST

Agnes Turner, Lady Mayoress. M. A. Henderson. Julia MMordie, Edith M'Launu, Elizabeth M’Comb, hon. secretaries, Edith Dixon? W. Mina Anderson. Elsie M. Coates, Margaret C. M'Cullagh. Edith E. White, Jeame Duff, Sara Workman, Janet Cunningham, and J. F
July 23, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Castle Buildings Sale Special Holiday Bargains Special value in Maids' Morning Remainder of Model Millinery Aprons. to clear at ...

Castle Buildings Sale Special Holiday Bargains Special value in Maids' Morning Remainder of Model Millinery Aprons. to clear at ...

owners—via Portpatrick stationasking that a tug should be sent to give assistance. The Belfast Harbour Commissioners' pilot tender Edith Williameanamed after the wife of the chairman of the Board, Mr. W. E. William.., D.L.—was near by, and her officers, on recognising
July 14, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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July 26, 1924 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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LEFT—THE FINISH OF THE SCHOOLBOYS’ RACE. WON BY T. MOORE. Rl BETWEEN W. YEATES, BELFAST, AND BILLY BROWN (FACIN

LEFT—THE FINISH OF THE SCHOOLBOYS’ RACE. WON BY T. MOORE. Rl BETWEEN W. YEATES, BELFAST, AND BILLY BROWN (FACIN

—via Portpatrick stationasking that tug should be sent to give assistance. The Belfast Harbour Commissioners’ pilot tender Edith Williames named after tho wife of the chairman of the Board, Mr. W. E. Williames, D.L.—was near by, and her officers, on r
July 19, 1924 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LEFT—THE FINISH OF THE SCHOOLBOYS’ RACE, WON BY T. MOORE. Rl BETWEEN W. YEATES, BELFAST, AND BILLY BROWN (FACIN

LEFT—THE FINISH OF THE SCHOOLBOYS’ RACE, WON BY T. MOORE. Rl BETWEEN W. YEATES, BELFAST, AND BILLY BROWN (FACIN

owners—via Portpatrick stationasking that a tug should sent to give assistance. The Belfast Harbour Commissioners’ pilot tender Edith Williames named after the wife of the chairman of the Board, Mr. W. E. Williames, D.L. —was near by, and her officers, on
July 19, 1924 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LlMlTS:—Doubles, 1000 to 1; Trebles. 2000 to 1. LARCENY FROM WORKHOUSE.

LlMlTS:—Doubles, 1000 to 1; Trebles. 2000 to 1. LARCENY FROM WORKHOUSE.

Leghorn cock or hen, Lady Edith Poer O'Shee, Sheestown House, Kilkenny, won Ist prize, and also Ist prize for the best breeding pen (cock and two hens), any variety, judged on utility points. or best one dozen white lien eggs Lady Edith O'Shee won third prize
July 19, 1924 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEEKLY FREEMAN, SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1924.

THE WEEKLY FREEMAN, SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1924.

prizes In the other sections of the second year. In the first year Katherine Mann, Margt. McLeod, Nellie McA'dcy, Emily Patton. Edith Davidson, Sarah Healy. Josephine Tallent. Ena Regan. Boyle. Winnie McOann, May Duffy, Eileen McGuinness, Vera Kinghorn, Kathleen
July 5, 1924 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY ARMAGH MURDER! £4,200 Compensation Awarded in High Court. DASTARDLY CRIME RECALLED. In the King’s Bench Division of the Northern

COUNTY ARMAGH MURDER! £4,200 Compensation Awarded in High Court. DASTARDLY CRIME RECALLED. In the King’s Bench Division of the Northern

case. His Lordship awarded £4,200 compensation, to allocated follows the widow, £1,800; the daughter Saiah, £200; Margaret, Edith, and Emma, £4OO each: Maud and Andrew, each After argument, his Lordship decided that naif the award ehould born© the Newry
July 30, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland