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IRISH WOLFHOUNDS

IRISH WOLFHOUNDS

certificate, Mrs. Edith Cuttle, Staly bridge, Cheshire—Hawthorn Keady; 2, Mrs. Edith C'uttie— Fintona. Novice, dog—l, Mrs. J. l>. Carter, Clontarf—Fatrick JJrackey; 2. Mrs. J. B. Carter—Darragh of Brackey. Post graduate, dog or bitch—l, Mrs. Edith Cuttle—Fait
September 20, 1934 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CLYDE FORTNIGHT CLOSES

CLYDE FORTNIGHT CLOSES

and the Irish boats, Lady Edith (scratch) and Verve (4 minutes 3 seconds), and the Clyde ketch Dodo (14 minutes seconds) opened the programme with a race of miles. Verve led the trio at the first mark at Invcrkip, but Lady Edith passed the black cutter
July 8, 1931 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PERILOUS VOYAGE

PERILOUS VOYAGE

battling with 70 m.p.h. gale and mountainous seas, the Liverpool steamer, Edith (229 tons), limped into Rosslare Harbour, Co. Wexford, yesterday. With 250 tons of wheat the Edith left Birkenhead for Cork on Friday afternoon. In the Irish Sea the vessel
March 9, 1937 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SCENES AT AHOGBILL.

SCENES AT AHOGBILL.

by Eva Letters against Edith Martin, Annie Young and Wm. Colgan, Ahoghill, for abusive language. Mr. M'Cann appeared for the complainant and Mr. Cumming for the defendants. Eva Letters said she was defending herself from Edith Martin when, the constable
September 4, 1937 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO-DAY’S HEALTH HINT

TO-DAY’S HEALTH HINT

entered the Common room looking if she had seen half a dozen ghosts. "Annie, what have you been doing? asked Edith severely. Nothing, please, Edith,” gaped Annie, "Annie, darling, what’s happened? ” piped up the juniors. " There’s girl in the hall,” said
February 18, 1935 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REJECTED LOVER'S ACT. SUICIDE IN FIANCEE'S HOUSE. MADAM STORY OF TRAGEDY "ALL °TES IN A MINUTE." Said to have been

REJECTED LOVER'S ACT. SUICIDE IN FIANCEE'S HOUSE. MADAM STORY OF TRAGEDY "ALL °TES IN A MINUTE." Said to have been

been going with my tliorgliter foe mom time, hot Edith Itroke it of about two months ago. Nly married Mr. Writ. sister time ago and •e have been fries& for mem weer., warned feel the separation from Edith, owl he attempted to tee her teveral times. Yesterday
May 20, 1930 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CELTIC PARK RESULTS

CELTIC PARK RESULTS

Edith Bror.te’s Sucosss in Sandown Sweepstakes Fastest in the three heals the Sweepstakes at Celtic Park last night was .the 30.9t’ Edith Bronte, who beat Prudent 1 breaker by a length in the first. The Larne three-year-old. however
August 22, 1939 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
810 OOLD »B IPM BBT.

810 OOLD »B IPM BBT.

Herts, last night. A' verdict suicide was returned on the woman, whom the jury found was Edith Harnett, aged twenty-seven, but whose name the inquest was given Mrs. Edith Warren. The Coroner—Tou find she feloniously killed herself The Foreman of the Jury—Yes
February 14, 1933 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
BORZOIS.

BORZOIS.

Kennedy—Cormac; 3, Mrs. Edith Cuttle —Hawthorn Keady. Open, Dog-1, Mrs. Edith Cuttle—Ch. Faithful Grey; 2. Mrs. Marie B. Montgomery—Fin of Din; 3, Mr. J. B. Kennedy—Cormac. Open, Bitch-1, Mrs. Edith Cuttle— Hawthorn Keady. Brace—Mrs. Edith Cuttle.
September 17, 1936 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
some of my more intimate friends when I came upon them slumping their heads upon their shoulders. Not very welcome

some of my more intimate friends when I came upon them slumping their heads upon their shoulders. Not very welcome

Mexico”—Anne Beaton. 11-o—For the Schools: Physical Training—Edith Dowling. 11-20—Interval Music. 11-25—History in the Making: ’’The King of Canada’ —Frank Birch. 11-45—Physical Training: Edith Dowling. 12-o—"Dust.’’ by W. Graeme- Holder. 12-30—8.8. C.
May 9, 1939 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland