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MISS EDITH K. GOULD TO MARRY.

MISS EDITH K. GOULD TO MARRY.

MISS EDITH K. GOULD TO MARRY. It is announced that th© marriage will takg place London this week of Miss Edith Gould and Mr. Albert d© CourrilSe. thd famous theatrical producer. Mi* Gould the former wife of Mr. Jap Frank Gould, the American millionaire
May 23, 1927 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Many Rich U.S. Women Unwed.

Many Rich U.S. Women Unwed.

access of £60,000,000. Among the - heiresses who have never married is Miss M. M'Cortnick, daughter of Harold F. and Mrs. Edith Roekfeller M'('ormick and grandaughter of •lohu I). Rockfeller. She is active in the vcunger social set. but hies, according
May 27, 1927 - Portadown Times - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST HOSPITAL FOB SICK CHILDREN. QUEEN STREET, BELFAST. RE-BUILDING FUND. COMMITTEE GRATEFULLY Acknowledge the undemotcd, and will glad of further

BELFAST HOSPITAL FOB SICK CHILDREN. QUEEN STREET, BELFAST. RE-BUILDING FUND. COMMITTEE GRATEFULLY Acknowledge the undemotcd, and will glad of further

Desmond, Derrood and Pat Davey, Mona Smsllpage, Edith Shillington The following gave 6d each:—Xmas Gift, B. M. E.. B. & C., Nurse The following gave 2s each:—Mrs. MKnight, Pussy, Sara, Mrs, B. Campbell, Edith and Florence Currie The following gave la each:—F
May 7, 1927 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PUBLIC NOTICES.

PUBLIC NOTICES.

Desmond. Dermod and Pat Davey. Mona Smalipage, Edith Shillington 12 The following gave 2/6 each: Xmas Gift, 8.M.8., B. and C., Nurse ... 7i The following gave each: itrht. Pussy, Sara, Mrs. R. Campbell, Edith and Florence Currie 10 The following gave 1/-
May 7, 1927 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SgORY POR !VERY Nillol

SgORY POR !VERY Nillol

excess of £60,000,0(. Among the heiresses who have never married is Miss Muriel M'Cormiek, daughter of Harold 1. and Mrs. Edith Rockefeller M`Cormick and granddaughter of John 1). Rockefeller. She is active in the younger social set, but tries, according
May 18, 1927 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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for £lO 4s. 2d. in respect of fees and expenses incurred by the plaintiffs in connection with the detention of the schooner Edith May under the Merchant Shipping Aet of 1894. Mr. T. J. Kelly, State Solicitor, for the Ministry, and Mr. Brennan for the defendant
May 27, 1927 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
WORK FOR AND AMONGST THE BLIND. Edith it Pauley. Earn, i," ii ||j —it.-, 1,/. •• -i -'--'--jljir, - '

WORK FOR AND AMONGST THE BLIND. Edith it Pauley. Earn, i," ii ||j —it.-, 1,/. •• -i -'--'--jljir, - '

WORK FOR AND AMONGST THE BLIND. Edith it Pauley. Earn, i," ii ||j —it.-, 1,/. •• -i -'--'--jljir, - ' ’Am. -aih. ;- -4 ~ Al Q M & ** .."SW ■-i 'i'A ’>l °o **sB° —\j ‘‘'O’' \si m \ - ° ° ■ - 0, ° .v;S iV''; I . ' :.: :■ ■ - : • . ~ THE LADY MAYORESS (FIFTH
May 7, 1927 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
From Jonathan Cape.

From Jonathan Cape.

In Morocco,** by Edith Wharton. 6d net. ** While the Billy Bolls ” (Second. Series), Henry Lawson. €d net. Two new volumes the Travellers* Library. *• A Short of Religion.’* Cb J. Gordon. I>.D., DXilt. 6d net. From the Richards Press
May 14, 1927 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHIPPING NEWS.

SHIPPING NEWS.

from Siliotbs Lagan, from Harrington. SAILED FROM THIS POET, ss Hillocrat. for Birkenhead; ss Warllght, for Dumfries; ss Edith, for Lancaster; ss Elury, for Larne: ss Cameo and ss Lagan, for Glasgow; ss Corbet, ss Whin, and ss Kathleen, for Oarston •
May 5, 1927 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COOKERY DEMONSTRATIONS.

COOKERY DEMONSTRATIONS.

held every afternoon and evening this week, until Friday, in the Gas Company's showrooms. 10 Hawkins street, Dublin. Miss Edith Sanderson, who had a very large audience n - osterday at her lecture, conked various kinds of plain and fainy bread and breakfast
May 26, 1927 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland