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GRANNY’S PLAYGROUND.

GRANNY’S PLAYGROUND.

Kathleen Harley,, Muriel Stone, flarvey Eirinegan, Edith' Finlay, Albert Futnbnll, Lfly ln* Eyre Spurineri l Stell* Cndearwood; Ina'Salyth, Vivian Rosa Harding, Edith Dickinson, Ddrden Drne^t Edith Porter, Betty O’Donnell, Annie Moran, Mary Moran, May
March 21, 1925 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. WELLS IS IN THE CENTRE, ANO WITH HIM ARE HIS DAUGHTERS, WHO CAME OUT TO HIS ASSISTANCE. lON LEFT) MISS WINIFRED WELLS; (RIGHT) MISS MABEL WELLS,

MR. WELLS IS IN THE CENTRE, ANO WITH HIM ARE HIS DAUGHTERS, WHO CAME OUT TO HIS ASSISTANCE. lON LEFT) MISS WINIFRED WELLS; (RIGHT) MISS MABEL WELLS,

to other Stations). Instrumental Mute:—Beatrice Eveline (solo violoncello), Edith Pepsine (solo Flute). Charles Draper (bolo Clarinet), Charles Leggett (solo °onset). 84—Edith Penvilles "fro- Prom Pro." Op. 7 (Andersen), "Schwalle.gcse (Kohler), Vales
May 18, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BISHOP OF DERRY IN BELFAST. THE METHODIST CHURCH.

BISHOP OF DERRY IN BELFAST. THE METHODIST CHURCH.

Hamilton Bangor, money prize; certificates, Edith Maxwell and Rachel Beasley, Donegal) Hoad. Belfast. Senior grade—Kathleen Calvert., Bluebtonc. money prize (ineligible for gold medal, having won it last year); Edith M. Strong, Tnllick, silver medal; F. J
March 16, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EDITH CAVELL CASE.

EDITH CAVELL CASE.

EDITH CAVELL CASE. SHIP'S OFFICERS' ARREST IN FRENCH GUIANA. A letter has been received by the Imperial Mem.hant Service Guild from the Foreign informing them that • telegraphic report on the siihject 1 the imprisoned captain end chief of6cer of the Edith
February 10, 1925 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
■ - Belfast, as? ■ Mr. and . TO-2&Y I Edith* Mai Jlr. and M,-. (Ilißir.o-Montgi Pre BUrk. B.A.—; A.

■ - Belfast, as? ■ Mr. and . TO-2&Y I Edith* Mai Jlr. and M,-. (Ilißir.o-Montgi Pre BUrk. B.A.—; A.

■ - Belfast, as? ■ Mr. and . TO-2&Y I Edith* Mai Jlr. and M,-. (Ilißir.o-Montgi Pre BUrk. B.A.—; A. Ftmmo, Tc town), to 130 , Mrs. Jan ■Donegal. Larne Presbj Donaghy—Ge< Hie late Jai Larne, to M elder daughti •* Sandy Bay,’ (Wednesday, ; about 12 o’ci
September 7, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
UOW TO PVIIETIILTK.

UOW TO PVIIETIILTK.

Returning from school the other afternoon , little Edith proudly informed her mother that she had learned to punchuate." Well. clear," said mama, " and how is it &net" You see. mamma," explained Edith, " when you write ' Hart r pon put a hatpin after it
December 18, 1925 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
LADY CHARLEMONTS WILL.

LADY CHARLEMONTS WILL.

arise,” to her neice, Edith Lucy £lOO Viscount French (now Earl Yores), and £lO,OOO Viscountess French, her niece. After other legacies and annuities the testatrix left one-half of the residue in trust for each of her nieces. Edith Lucy Run No Risks when
June 2, 1925 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUCCESSFUL FRENCH HOAX

SUCCESSFUL FRENCH HOAX

successful joke that has been played on the French Preis for many veers Mr. Sprat's -let sae call you Edith. I hays kndwn you tang enoush be drop th• Edith (shylyt—Tee: that is what sums sari, that I have bees coiled aims tee loss.
December 12, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
£50,000 FOR TWO_ HOUSEKEEPERS.

£50,000 FOR TWO_ HOUSEKEEPERS.

conk-companion, Mrs. Barber; CI(X) each to her servants, Rose Marlow and Edith Haskings. Mr. Frank Bow•mer Eve, of Louth, Lincs., veterinary surgeon, who left gave to his former housemaid, Edith Wilson.
September 3, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GOLF AND GOLFERS.

GOLF AND GOLFERS.

unable to lead ben team. but her .later, Edith Leitch. took her place. fa the leadma game Miss K. and Mine Phythe Read defeated Maio, 0. flealet. the Inch Internatiemaliat. and C. D. harm by • sad 2. while Edith Leach and Mr, D. Fish beat Erie Hunter and
February 19, 1925 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland