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GIRL FIRE•FIGHTERS.-MEMBERS OF A PRIVATE LONDON FIRE BRIGADE PRACTISING LADDER DRILL IN PREPARATION FOR THE PRIVATE FIRE BRIGADES• COMPETITION TO•DAT.

GIRL FIRE•FIGHTERS.-MEMBERS OF A PRIVATE LONDON FIRE BRIGADE PRACTISING LADDER DRILL IN PREPARATION FOR THE PRIVATE FIRE BRIGADES• COMPETITION TO•DAT.

till her death Edith Weir N , tatutor, lomat. lite conditions in her rentbaok woe that she was not to aeien. or rcirt with po.oession of the house without the written consent of the landlord. fhe weekly rent payable at the time of Edith Weir's death was
April 30, 1927 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
hirtlu. Marriages, and Deaths (tekich in all cans mult autlmnlicatedy—7\ Worth. 3/ ; every additional Six Words, or port thereof

hirtlu. Marriages, and Deaths (tekich in all cans mult autlmnlicatedy—7\ Worth. 3/ ; every additional Six Words, or port thereof

Church, Brooklyn, r?o/. « cv - Charles F. M‘Koy— Archibald, youngest con of Mrs. Andrews end the laic Thomas Andrews, Belfast, Edith Evelyn, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lmdsay Finney, Belfast. Harvey— —April 2, St. James* Church, Kcyhan, Devon port, by
April 5, 1927 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INTERESTING EJECTMENT APPEAL.

INTERESTING EJECTMENT APPEAL.

sought possession at 27, Moneyrea Street. Belfast. He let tho house Miss Edith Weir, and she was weekly to the date of her death on December 13. 1?W. The valuation was £7. About Miss Edith Weir after the passing of the Rent Act received a notice to quit, followed
April 30, 1927 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ELECTION OF GIRL PUPILS.

ELECTION OF GIRL PUPILS.

dal:Ricer of the late James Smith Graham, commercial traveller, of Lodges 42, Bray; 343, Dublin: and 611, Dublin Horsborough, Edith Lucy, horn at Westfield, Mountrath, 29th January, 1916, fifth daughter of the late Robert Horaborough, landateward, of Lair
April 28, 1927 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
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
 

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TUE FIRST SWALLOW.

TUE FIRST SWALLOW.

was unstinted in its applause. The programme was ■greesbly seated, excellent vocalism being supplied by Madam Bore!, Miss Edith Mortior, and Mr. T. W. Hall. Madam Rotel sang with all her accustomed charm, and did particularly well in " Will n' the Wisp
April 2, 1927 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRESBYTERY OF ROUTE.

PRESBYTERY OF ROUTE.

Ballymoney Model; Sarah Camas, Oanaby; Elisabeth WElheron, Ruth WElheron, and Margaret Johnston, Tullybane; J. Thompson and Edith Jameson, Ballymoney Model; Greta M'Mnllan, Derrykeighan; Martha Stephenson, Ballymoney Model; Ellen Conolly, Derrykeighan;
April 14, 1927 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Tile Ben Will.WrD Patti FOR DURUM PODS the • VIMT RIBI I Last Edith.. se Lae every Tyke

Tile Ben Will.WrD Patti FOR DURUM PODS the • VIMT RIBI I Last Edith.. se Lae every Tyke

Tile Ben Will.WrD Patti FOR DURUM PODS the • VIMT RIBI I Last Edith.. se Lae every Tyke
April 14, 1927 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NIGHTINGALE HALL, (1.1 AM 110%D. SCHOOL RE-OPENS TUESDAY, 3rd MAY. Dakeens Rorbyilimics sad Carryift Claws Nod by EDITH 11. WILSON.

NIGHTINGALE HALL, (1.1 AM 110%D. SCHOOL RE-OPENS TUESDAY, 3rd MAY. Dakeens Rorbyilimics sad Carryift Claws Nod by EDITH 11. WILSON.

NIGHTINGALE HALL, (1.1 AM 110%D. SCHOOL RE-OPENS TUESDAY, 3rd MAY. Dakeens Rorbyilimics sad Carryift Claws Nod by EDITH 11. WILSON. PtiaclPAL NORFOLK COLLEGE, 163 &SUGAR 111.11). DUBLIN. SCHOOL RrOPENA. TEDIDAY. APRIL WA. Principe—ND* Garrttt. R.A.
April 23, 1927 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

Brooklyn, New York, by the Kev. Charles F. M'Koy, Archibald, youngest ton Mrs. Andrews and the late Thomas Vndrews, Belfast, to Edith Evelyn, eldest daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Finney. Belfast. “BROWN ASH”
April 5, 1927 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland