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THE PERKY SIOUHNAL. FRIDAY OCTOBER H» 1927. —PAPE a

THE PERKY SIOUHNAL. FRIDAY OCTOBER H» 1927. —PAPE a

her after life ispent in country; it woukl he much 'better for her live with Edith. Well there, perhaps, Kate right, and it would be very nice live -with Edith. Then .Edith spoke. She would have been delighted, too, Inrt her husband was rather irritable
October 14, 1927 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
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(VG. Edith Gibbon% 117), and her two half- low have placed .1 games in the league, sisters. Winifred Standish (12), an d winning two game, ann losing three. Hilda Standish 04). Ernest Gibbons, the players for Wiellow were—Jas. a brother of Edith. collapsed
October 29, 1927 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
L’NIVERSITY news.

L’NIVERSITY news.

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October 29, 1927 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IN MEMORY OF NURSE CAYELL.

IN MEMORY OF NURSE CAYELL.

Committee of the Edith Cavell Home of Rest for Nurses, was one of the floral and evergreen tributes laid on the memorial the martyred St. Martin’s Place, London, yesterday, in commemoration of the twelfth anniversary of the death of Nurse Edith Cavell, shot
October 13, 1927 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ARMY AND WOODHALL SPA FINISH

ARMY AND WOODHALL SPA FINISH

Dixon, was played yesterday, against bogey, when the best returns were.—Miss D. Ferguson (7), Miss E. Crymblo (17), and Miss Edith M'Gladery (33)—ail down. Miss B. Crymble (22) down. Mrs. Pure© (21), Mrs. Meharry (23), and Miss Moya M‘Dowell (24) down. Miss
October 12, 1927 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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SYBIL THOlRN'illirb ROLE:

SYBIL THOlRN'illirb ROLE:

Everyone T have iv. is very pleasedto Leer that Miss Sybil Thorndike is to inspersonate Edith C;,% ii i n "Dawn," the new British film that is in the course of production. If there had been a ballot among playgoers. or perhaps
October 20, 1927 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, 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
 
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
 
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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
 
MISS WETHEREO AGAIN,

MISS WETHEREO AGAIN,

Mrs. Dixon, was played yesterday against bogey. The best returns were:—Miss D. Ferguson (7), Miss E. Crymble (17), and Miss Edith M‘Glad dory (33). all down; Miss B. Crymble (22), 5 down; Mrs. Purse (21), Mrs. Meharey *23), and Miss Moya M‘Dowell (24),
October 12, 1927 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland