['Jerry ? Jimmie, an opportunity conies but once. niammy and Edith are going strong. Good luck to both. Where did Aggie and Florrie get to on Monday night week T What about the bus. Florrie T Did Edith and May spot anything on the Knock Road on Sunday night
May 16, 1925 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
Tbot Park. Edith Sitwell. London: Duckworth A Co. net. Mitio Sitwell remains true her own conception of what poetry should be. There i« much in this slim volume that will irritate the orthodox, yet no one whose capacity for
Hospital, Lurgam Edith, the beloved wife of George Millar, Bachelor's Walk, Portadown. Interred in Seagoe Cemetery on Sunday. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing husband and little daughter. MILLAR—May Bth, at the Hospital, Lurgam Edith, the dearly loved
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cause flutter of cvritemecU There ires only one real surprise, that being tho defeat Mrs. Cautlay (bit year’s rtumer up) Miss Edith l.citch. If yesterday a play may accepted as orit*- r'on. the for fittsl between Miss ethored and Mis# Cecil Latch should
beat Mrs. Cochrane (Banchory), 8 and 6 Miss was 5 up the tom, and woo the nest three holes to enter the second round. Miss Edith Leitch (Walton Heath) beat Mrs. Cant ley (Thanet), by 1 hole. Mrs. Cuthell (Portrush) lieat Mrs. Neilsot* (St. Nicholas), at
betrothal announced Lieutenant R. Charlie Donovan, Royal Navy, only too of the late Mr. R. Donovan, County Wexford, and Mu-* Edith Margaret Mackay, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Mackay. of Glencruitten, Oban, Scotland.
Government, was appointed first Minister for Education in the Northern Parliament, of which is a Senator. He married the Hon. Edith Chaplin, daughter of the first Viscount Chaplin, and has issue one son. Viscount Cartlereagh, and four daughters.