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he accepted be all.-Carnanes, Templepatrick. a ZEIIOIIAIII. RILIMIONTTRIT-In fond and loving memory of our darling sister. Edith AMeandra (Edict. who Mot on 11th April, 1911. and was interred In Olt, - Who Somme It was 1, mid the Master and the gardener
April 24, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INITIATED LISBURN SCHOOL.

INITIATED LISBURN SCHOOL.

important public bodies named did not constitute Mis* Clark’s only claim the gratitude of »he citizens. With her sistet, Miss Edith Clark, she was an untiring worker among the poor. She did her best to help the unfortunate and comfort the afflicted, and ever
January 26, 1925 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Co=operative YORK STREET

Co=operative YORK STREET

Gordon, the author and !castling. man of •u, play White Cargo," was serioudy wounded by wife. who is known on the stage as Mara Edith Parker Lt is belittled that the motive was jealousy. At the clos.tig session of the British Advertisers Convention at Harrogate
July 9, 1925 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Warmers Baptist Sunday

Warmers Baptist Sunday

"Cooky Sue," and "The Chemist THE COMMITTEE'S DUTIES. Shop;" Evelyn Moore, "The House- Dr. Garrett, Senior Inspector, exkeeper; Edith Hamilton, recitation, plained the powers and duties of the "I am what lam ;" Willie M`Kinney, Committee under the Act. He said
March 14, 1925 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER MASONIC HOSTS. BRILLIANT LONDON FESTIVAL. MEMORABLE REUNION. SOIE INTERESTING SPEECHES. “Tho most brilliant Ulster social function in London since

ULSTER MASONIC HOSTS. BRILLIANT LONDON FESTIVAL. MEMORABLE REUNION. SOIE INTERESTING SPEECHES. “Tho most brilliant Ulster social function in London since

Miss Edith Marfleet, Miss Leila Johnson. Miss Kathleen M’Kinstrv, Miss Maud Foster. Miss Wvnne Clarke, Messrs, J. Basil Collingwood, S, A. Williams. Bruce Milner, H. S. Mawbey, and C. W. Since. The accompanists were Sirs. Swinburne and Miss Edith Hines
November 21, 1925 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GRANNY’S CORNER.

GRANNY’S CORNER.

Albert Turnbull, Louise McQarvey, Rosa lingy JBessy Allen, Vivian Davis, Willie sr, Edith Finlay, Cathie Malley, Stewart ,tage; Patrfda Coady, Willie Ferguson, Conroy, Edith Dickitf- W isstis OF MARCH 14th
April 4, 1925 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HENDERSON—May 25, 1925, Elizabeth, dcarlylieic-ved wife (Jporuc HcmlcKuii, at au aa\aiieeu age. hoth of this city. JAMES—May 26. 1925, William

HENDERSON—May 25, 1925, Elizabeth, dcarlylieic-ved wife (Jporuc HcmlcKuii, at au aa\aiieeu age. hoth of this city. JAMES—May 26. 1925, William

KELLY—June 1, 1925, at llymany. 7 Aitesbury road, Dublin, Margaret Susan (Rita), dearlyloved daughter of Richard- J. and Edith Kelly. KAVANACH—May 50, 1925, at her residence. Shamrock House. Sarah, widow of the late James Kavanagli, pump maker. Deeply
June 6, 1925 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTANT TO AGENTS.

IMPORTANT TO AGENTS.

and was accom panted by his two children. Edith and lack, who frequently went with him on his rounds as was their usual custom. She heard of the accident at 6.30, and came to the hospital and saw him there. Edith Thompson. a child of about twelve years
August 29, 1925 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
ENJOYABLE MUSICAL EVENING

ENJOYABLE MUSICAL EVENING

d to the excellent programme at the concert arranged by Miss Edith de Pauley and given in the Protestant Hall on Friday evening last. There were but four artistes, two vocalists, Miss Edith de Pauley and Miss Dorothy Rodgers, and two instrumentalists
March 20, 1925 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
,__ s` 5 ~. i' ..~ %MI/WS114.01•11 er, - - T , lmmas St. P.E.S. Drawing in pencil of a

,__ s` 5 ~. i' ..~ %MI/WS114.01•11 er, - - T , lmmas St. P.E.S. Drawing in pencil of a

Montgomery, do. ; 8, Miss Dorothy Mum, • Mullavilly (2) P.E.S. Descriptive drawing of ordinary coal bucket and shovel--1, Miss Edith Sergeant, Thomas St. P.E.S.; 2, Mist; Muriel Bell, do. The judge said the Ist prizewinner's drawing was an excellent piece
June 5, 1925 - Portadown Times - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland