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STIvATHLAKN

STIvATHLAKN

Dunckn, B. Fulton,-O. M'Olcnagban. . SECOND GENERAL PRIZES. Maureen Orr, Edith. Duncan, M- .Heaney, H; M'Clenaghan, H.. ’Barns, M. Goodbody. CLASSICAL DEPARTMENT,. . . ■ P. M.'Mullan, Edith Duncan, M. Crosland, .1. Hamilton, R- LOhnsfon, ~J. Heron, S. Burrows
January 19, 1935 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NATIONAL lifeboat INSTITUTION Meeting of Waterford Branch PRESENTATION TO MRS. W. E. JACOB \ meeting of the Waterford Branch of

NATIONAL lifeboat INSTITUTION Meeting of Waterford Branch PRESENTATION TO MRS. W. E. JACOB \ meeting of the Waterford Branch of

appealed the people of Waterford to support their forthcoming flag days generously. TRIBUTE TO MRS. EDITH JACOB. Mr. Fuge eoidiially thanked Mrs, Edith Jacob for her wonderful work on behalf of the Institution in Tramore, and with her name he coupled that
August 31, 1935 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY ANTRIM CLU3

COUNTY ANTRIM CLU3

yachts between 15 and 50 tons, three Irish boats, Lady Edith, Verve and Hnse, again look pun. i «■ > s one of miles, and Lady Edith allowed Verve 4mins-29se(». and Rose lOmins. lOsocs. Lady Edith secured a lead in the first beat, which'she held all through
July 2, 1931 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INTERMEDIATE. MONOURS.

INTERMEDIATE. MONOURS.

Olive A. Evans. LT. L. X.R.S.T.. Bangor). Elizabeth J. Lee. 77 (Miss E. V. Anderson. A.T.C.L). Elisabeth Magentas. 77 (Mee Edith Wetter.. Stews rtst own). Elisabeth Sbaw. 77 (Miss Sidney Gankrodger. L.r.c.L.). Thomas Davidson. 76 (Mr. E. 80b...). Annie
September 2, 1939 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1932 BIGAMY AND FRAUD CHARGES

BELFAST TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1932 BIGAMY AND FRAUD CHARGES

any death certificates. His work was satisfactory." Mrs. Catherine Edith Giese, of City Road. London, E.C.. said that she knew Kirkup as William Faulkner, who married her daughter Edith in 1920. Last October he told her that he had assumed the name "Kirkup
March 23, 1932 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOTE LEFT IN NEI #IIIOE7

NOTE LEFT IN NEI #IIIOE7

verdict of suicide by taking nicotine was returned at an inquest nt Watford on Monday evening on Mrs. Edith Harnett, who was also known as Mrs, Edith Warren, evidence being given of her having gone through the marriage ceremony with two men, both of whom
February 14, 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LOCAL AMUSEMENTS. THE OPERA HOUSE. An Edgar Wallace Comedy of Thrills

LOCAL AMUSEMENTS. THE OPERA HOUSE. An Edgar Wallace Comedy of Thrills

role •>f her career Edith l/*rri«on The Other To-morrow," own at the Mountpottinger Picluredrome during the first pan the week. a with her Nweetheart, Jim Carter, Edith ra.irrcs Nort Larrison. from the honeymoon Nort. who is of Ed>it.h. tells her she must
April 21, 1931 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO-DAY’S BROADCASTING.

TO-DAY’S BROADCASTING.

Dolmetsch, hnr|»sichord. 8.15 Edith Day in Rio Rita.” a romantic musical comedy. Music by Harry Tiereny. Lyrics Joseph M'Carthy. Book by Guy Bolton and Fred Thompson. Adapted for broadcasting by Egg.” The artists taking fart are Edith Day. Vera Charles airell
March 2, 1936 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LITERATURE OF THE WEEK.

LITERATURE OF THE WEEK.

were working lor same doctor Brussels, Miss k as private nurse sent out a case. Edith Cavell as the head Iter little hospital. Miss Black left issels without seeing Edith Cavell, the telephone conversations they had vivid impressions ol her an ial meeting
October 7, 1939 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OLAIMS.

OLAIMS.

result of aecident). Edith. widow of Fundral DOM lite residerm, 25 Wiogrive Gardeps„ Bloomfiald. on tOisiorrerir (Warily). at II p.M.. for interment In City Cemetery. Deli', elNiretted it her roving Dablhthr and Son-in-taw. EDITH AND JAMES JOHNSTON. 1936
May 8, 1936 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland