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TERRIBLE CINEMA FIRE IN

TERRIBLE CINEMA FIRE IN

son fumes believed to have been caused by smouldering bitumen round electric cable. The victims- are —Mrs. Mary Conner (48), Edith Gibbons (17), and her *wu half sisters, Winifred Standish (12) and Hilda Standish (8). The discovery was made Thomas Gibbon-*
October 26, 1927 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
'SENIORS' nIIZE LIST.

'SENIORS' nIIZE LIST.

Langur; Jamcs Catolin Sackett, St. Mark Dundela; Mon. M'Murvay, 76.5. St. Luke's; Agnes Jefferson, 16.5. Catheairtl. Lisburn; Edith Gordon 76, littoim; Ain.reir Saulteii, 75.2, St. buke's ; John Watson. 73, All Saints'. Smoii4 , —Jos. Gilliland. 73. All Saints'
July 7, 1927 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EXTIRPATING COMMUNISM DRASTIC METHODS.

EXTIRPATING COMMUNISM DRASTIC METHODS.

Atkinson. Girls’ senior 100 yards—l. Trueman; 2, Alexa Woods; 3, Winnie Graoey. Girls* junior 100 yards—l, Maggie Bleakney; 2, Edith Barber; 3, May Heney. Boys* preparatory and kindergarten, yards—l, George Dougan; 2. Ronnie Wilson; 3. Willie Acheson. Girls*
July 2, 1927 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MRS. W. H. OR.AWF:OR.II), KNOCK• ALEEILY HOUSE,

MRS. W. H. OR.AWF:OR.II), KNOCK• ALEEILY HOUSE,

memory of daring Margretta, from her sorrowing husband." -.7 441; Jove and deep n,lmpathy, from Edith and Ethel." "In loving memory, from Mamie and Edith." The panelled oak coffin and saloon motor hearse were supplied by Messrs W. MacDonald Porter & Sons
October 29, 1927 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
Sir Edwin Cornwall, by tlie court, presided “FORESIGHT LACKING.”

Sir Edwin Cornwall, by tlie court, presided “FORESIGHT LACKING.”

tho recent Rroscot °n ,he M't o'f f'>r ' At Hounslow (London) inquest on tor Mrs . Christie. Deputy-Chiefpoi liot*. ■ I Dons Edith Wilson, three-months-old Constable Kenward, who conducted the tramped the best part of the way to child, the jury returned
January 1, 1927 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IN MY LADY'S NOTEBOOK. 15,000 U.S. LEGIONARIES HEROINE IN UNIFORM.! NOW IN PARIS. NURSE'S LIFE IN CANADA. 10,000 MORE TO

IN MY LADY'S NOTEBOOK. 15,000 U.S. LEGIONARIES HEROINE IN UNIFORM.! NOW IN PARIS. NURSE'S LIFE IN CANADA. 10,000 MORE TO

VISITORS. The nursing profession records the names of many heroineA-Florence Nightin- ' BOARISH TRADE IN lIIIVOISIETS. gale, Edith Cavell. those who with the (By arrangement with London "Express") watchword "Sick and the wounded first' PARIS, Wednesday.—At
September 15, 1927 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LOSS OF THE LIEN SHING

LOSS OF THE LIEN SHING

(London) inquest for Mrß . Christie. Deputy-Cbiel- AW AT CAPITAL “A.” the crash of glass. I Wltl two shlll ' lunch money , Doris Edith Wilson, three-months-old Constable Kenward, who conducted the John Walker a Glasgow Post Office The defendant evidenee said
January 1, 1927 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
YACHTING.

YACHTING.

was the handles for Yachts of 10 lone sod ore.. and It heosrll oat the anal lour, Lady Edith. MareeTSOPS. and topeeele. sill M Sera from Me details Met Lady Edith wee and gee ore. mote by the Vimeommodore. the did sat win ever meek. for se the eormrted
August 18, 1927 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DECEMBER 31, 1927. CONDITIONS IN THE NORTH. l5 accord further assistance from public funds. It has been decided, however, to

DECEMBER 31, 1927. CONDITIONS IN THE NORTH. l5 accord further assistance from public funds. It has been decided, however, to

liberty of the individual and the vi\-»Ti.ol | l k ji divimii nrvi-w vital interests of the community, preserves Nowed-Keller. Edith li.: to employers and employed their right and Hammond, Tliomaj Chatterton. canal; Ixjwrj. combine for the furtherance of their
December 31, 1927 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

Soul ham. Warwickshire, and Ikdlymahnn. tonnty l.onuford. and of Mr*. 11011. 3 Miamroek Villa*. ' pper Drumrondrn. Dublin, to Edith Kmilv. second .laughter of Frnleri.k E. J. and Bessie Lysasht. 1 Mdlmouut nlaee, Drumeondra. and granddaughter of the late
October 15, 1927 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland