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BEECHGROVE ROUTE NOT PAYING.

BEECHGROVE ROUTE NOT PAYING.

means of a trick fiom Edith Coon, Hope-street. Accused were each sentenced to six months' imprisonment, with hard labour, and ordered to refund the money. District Inapector Moore pinsecuted and Mr. John 13egrs represented accused. Edith Conn sa:d on Saturday
September 13, 1927 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
FEATURES OF PROGMAIRES.

FEATURES OF PROGMAIRES.

Wilson; pianoforte 'solos •ad a story by T. 0. Cerria. London Programme, relayed from D•vaatry. ,6-311—Weether Forecast. 11-45 Edith Peavith (lute) (S.M. from London). 74 Eyowitn•es Account of the International Match (Association Footballs, Ireland v. England
October 22, 1927 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Urea aad District.

Urea aad District.

was afterwards gone through to which the following contributed - - Pianoforte duet, the Misses Michael ; recitation, Miss Edith M'Cishon chorus, •' The Road to the Isles," by 13 children. Miss Edmundson emiductor ; recitation, Miss Irene M'Calion; duet
November 17, 1927 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OFFICIAL STATEMENT.

OFFICIAL STATEMENT.

but, fortunately, only three passengers complained of injury; two being taken to the infirmary. MISS EDITH LEITCH WEDS. QUIET WEDDING IN LONDON. Miss Edith Frances Adams Leitch, the eldest of the family of sisters, was married quietly on Saturday in London
February 12, 1927 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OFFICIAL STATEMENT.

OFFICIAL STATEMENT.

but. fortunately, only three passengers complained of injury; two being taken to the infirmary. MISS EDITH LEITCH WEDS. QU'iET WEDDING LONDON. Miss Edith Frances Adams Leitcb, the eldest of the family golfing sisters, was married quietly on Saturday in
February 12, 1927 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
I.OhT AND VOUND.

I.OhT AND VOUND.

Oeloch to ()hetet Church. Besensaok. INGRAW-DecemMr 26. 1127. at the Royal torn Hospital. Samuel. dearly.belovell band of Edith Ingram. His remains will be removed from his late residence. 12 Auedate Street. on tomorrow (Thursday). at 2 o'clock for Interment
December 28, 1927 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST JUNIOR ALLIANCE.

BELFAST JUNIOR ALLIANCE.

n’s special correspondent). Mrs. Guedalla played championship golf for many years as Miss Edith Leitch, and she is the eldest of the four famous sisters, Edith Cecil, May. and Peggy, daughters of Silloth doctor. Of these sisters Miss Cecil Leitch won
October 8, 1927 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST—tBE. (SSOkt. JW.Im.)

BELFAST—tBE. (SSOkt. JW.Im.)

2o—Mr. Kingsley Martin (2) (from Manchester) , IM-\ programme by wireless favourites (from London) : Kate Winter, soprano; Edith Kurmedpe, contralto; Sydney Coltham, tenor: Dale Smith, baritone; Solloway, violin; Cedric Sharpe, ’cello; and Maurice Cole
November 16, 1927 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Manchester myst•rious hunts tragedy at Leigh Mace, Ardwick. The victims. were Mild. iltaadize (a). Winifred Staadirt tfi. Edith Gibbous (17). stepsister of the lot two. sad Mrs. Mary Conner ({Q, a ledger in the Muse. MI four were fouaddeed is the room
October 29, 1927 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
75 Ckibt Now Affiliated in Ulster. CHANCES IN CUP RULES. e

75 Ckibt Now Affiliated in Ulster. CHANCES IN CUP RULES. e

Thistle (J. Campbell); Hum (J. Smith). 18-foot class.—First race—l, Hilda (W. M‘Cormick); 2. Edith (A. Fisher); 3, Tot (J. Smith). Second race—l, Tot; 2, Edith; 3, Bess (W. Hudson).
July 25, 1927 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland