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LISBURN TECHNICAL SCHOOL

LISBURN TECHNICAL SCHOOL

Norman Lyle, Edith Stewart, Mary Bowman, Edmond Flanagan, Annie Kerr, Edith Livingstone. James Pantridge, .Margaret Waring. COOKERY — Mary man, Florence Chapala 11, Kathleen Elmore. Forsythe. .% • M. Kerr, Viola Livingstone. Nlargaret Russell. Edith Stewart
September 4, 1925 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern 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
 
£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
 
ltublin. where lie bad an extensive prat , lice. Remarkably diminutive in stature, he wn. yet always • eon.pieuous figure,

ltublin. where lie bad an extensive prat , lice. Remarkably diminutive in stature, he wn. yet always • eon.pieuous figure,

of Ireland. and also of the linveruing Body of University College, Cork." Edith Cavell Eche. The Mayor of Le Urcusot. the Internat j os . Puul Faure. has ordered the Hue Edith in Le creueot to be tenamod, and the Inscription describing the wanner in which
September 29, 1925 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
. B, LADY EDITH. ANSWERS CORRESPONDENTS. “Lily” asks for recipes for cooking serving Vegetable and aa Jam. * Pumpkin may

. B, LADY EDITH. ANSWERS CORRESPONDENTS. “Lily” asks for recipes for cooking serving Vegetable and aa Jam. * Pumpkin may

. B, LADY EDITH. ANSWERS CORRESPONDENTS. “Lily” asks for recipes for cooking serving Vegetable and aa Jam. * Pumpkin may served in ttuy of the methods given for vegetable marrow, but longer time for cooking must allowed. excellent mashed and served with
September 19, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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U.B. LADIES* CHAMPIONSHIP.

U.B. LADIES* CHAMPIONSHIP.

seventy-seven. Miss Collett (Rhode Island) was one stroke behind, while the title-holder. Mrs. Dorothy Hurd (Merioo) and Miss Edith Cummings (Ontwcntsia) each had eighty.
September 29, 1925 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Above may be Miami by NON-PUPILS of the

Above may be Miami by NON-PUPILS of the

KinAtrtgartra and ProParatorY SC 111X)L M 11. I. TMCIZSDAY, lOUs for Prospect, all particulars pply to tbe Proortirtl-111b14 EDITH ItADIISSI. I.L.D. EARLSFOP' Hon-.
September 2, 1925 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CAUGHT FIRE TOASTING BREAD.

CAUGHT FIRE TOASTING BREAD.

A kitchemnaid named Edith Pittock (15), was toasting bread for a friend the residence her employer at Catisfield, Fareham, when her apron caught fire. She ran out the house in a sheet flame. Her hair and clothing were burned
September 26, 1925 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHIPPING.

SHIPPING.

There has been rather a slump in shipping this month at Wicklow port, the following trade being recorded to date: Arimals—Ss. Edith, 170 tons coal to and Co.; 68. Bengee, 290 tons slag 'and 10 tons iron, Messrs. Hopkins and Sons; ss. lienseyr, 227 tons coal
September 19, 1925 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
lIAHBUCR NE%VS.

lIAHBUCR NE%VS.

The Edith arrived during the week from Swansea with a cargo anthracite and house coals Inc Mr A. It. Breitnun. She is loading gravel outwards to the order of Mr. 1.. o*Took. The as. Deansgute also arrived with a cargo from Liverpool and
September 26, 1925 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland