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MO INSURANCE RECIPROCITY. DUBLIN CATTLE MARKET. , ■ • , . NORTHERN MINISTER 'WILL NOT 31st March. Supplies of BtinfiP

MO INSURANCE RECIPROCITY. DUBLIN CATTLE MARKET. , ■ • , . NORTHERN MINISTER 'WILL NOT 31st March. Supplies of BtinfiP

excellent dea er?l |, av « become particularly cautious vocalism being; supplied bv Mmlara liorc , Choice wether mutton, lid. Miss Edith tier, and Mr. X. W. UaU. b . 9'd. 10^d.; Madam Borcl sang with I her accustomed inferior &.<], Od. per lh. Spring charm, and
April 9, 1927 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of 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
 
THE BELFAST HOSPITAL FOR SICK CHILDREN

THE BELFAST HOSPITAL FOR SICK CHILDREN

Clark, Bart Mrs. John Forbes Mrs. M'Mordie, 0.8. E., J.P Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Greevee ... F. A. Britten, 0.8. E C. Marr Miss Edith M'Cann Thomas Richardson ** In memory of Thomas Cook, Londonderry (per Mrs. A. Bullock) Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Workman ... Saville
August 11, 1927 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, 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
 
LIST AND ?MN.

LIST AND ?MN.

Mrs. John Forbes" Mrs. STMordie. 0.11 E., J.P. Mr. sad Mrs. Arthur Grorres F. A. Britten. 0.8. E. IS 14 C. Hair 111 • Miss Edith *Cans ...........-....... i• • .Thomas itiehardeos "Is sewer' of Thomas Oast Londonderry" (per 111 re. A Beilook) Mr. lied
August 11, 1927 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CLIFTONVILLE CAPTAIN S PRIZE.

CLIFTONVILLE CAPTAIN S PRIZE.

and in the junior class Miss Eileen M’Gladery and Miss Edith M'Crladery, with net scores 81 each, contested the match play final, which the result was:— Semi-final—Mrs. Dempsey (16) beat Miss Edith M'Gladery (36)~2 and 1. Mrs. Brand (21) beat Miss Eileen
June 10, 1927 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INTERMEDIATE AND UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

INTERMEDIATE AND UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

barrenness in oil Its nudity. While (Illy describing it as so much paludity. .. .commended —O. Edith Wakely. Hermione, Peter Rnsor. Ororge J. Burke. Edith Oihbs. Helena Murphy. RESULT of M.C. EDOGITIOUL •ws 11th May, HUGHES’S* ACADEMY FIMT CLASS.— FIRST
September 3, 1927 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ASNOTT’S I

ASNOTT’S I

being Kosyth. ELECTRICAL BROADCASTING. PROGRAMMES FOR TO DAY. BELFAST—2BE. (980 kc. 306.1 m.) ta-d—The Daven try Quartet; Edith Mary Coates (contralto) ; Maurice Bannister (tenor) (London programme, relayed from Daveutry). Broadcast to schools (London
October 3, 1927 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
"BECAUSE I LOVED HEIL"

"BECAUSE I LOVED HEIL"

means of a trick from Edith Coon. Hope Street. Accused were each sentenced to -is months' imprisonment with Said 'lltour and ordered to refund the money. District-Inspector Moore prosecuted, and .Ir. John Beggs represented accused. Edith Conn said on Saturday
September 13, 1927 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NG TEAM PHOTOGRAPHED EN ROUTE FOR SOUTHAMPTON

NG TEAM PHOTOGRAPHED EN ROUTE FOR SOUTHAMPTON

condition of the principal witnesses no evidence was taken at an inquest Lawton Hall, near Sandbncfa, Cheshire, yesterday, on Edith Maud Lyons wife of manufacturing chemist, ol Pendleton, and Herbert Thompson (53), chemist, of Pendleton. Tlie two |*eopl.
July 23, 1927 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland