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BRAY COURT STORY OF PALMISTS’ FORECASTS

BRAY COURT STORY OF PALMISTS’ FORECASTS

before District Justice Price, Caroline fiarte, known »c "Celeste"; Elizabeth Smith. Margt. O’Connor, known as Zidia,” and Edith ".owan known Kalena," all of Strand Rd., Bray, were prosecuted Supt. £. Oronin for having on August Ist last unlawfully used
August 27, 1943 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MATH*. ■OMFORD—June 5. IM4, KlchMtf LyaAoa Bomford. only yurviviai ton of C. F. Bomford. Priory Cocugc. KcUa. Meath. MUDY—May Si.

MATH*. ■OMFORD—June 5. IM4, KlchMtf LyaAoa Bomford. only yurviviai ton of C. F. Bomford. Priory Cocugc. KcUa. Meath. MUDY—May Si.

ton the late W. Dobbs, of Castlecouter DOVE— June 2. 1944. Royal Hospital for Incurables. Donnybrook, after a tong Illness. Edith Madge, only daughter of Mis. Dove and the late H. W. Dove, formerly Surveyor to Lloyd's Register Shipping Cobh. Co. Cork.
June 17, 1944 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INCREASED MEMBERSHIP

INCREASED MEMBERSHIP

presentation of Oscar Wilde’s comedy. The Importance of Being Earnest.” The play was a triumph when revived by John Gielgud and Edith Evans in London last year and should be equally popular in Belfast. Boyd’s Shop Retained So great has been the popularity of
October 19, 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

Margaret, and two Children. Edith and Sheila TURNER--April 24, 1942. at the Royal Victoria Hospital. Jons NILSON Om I. the dearly-loved brother of EDITH MOORS Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Sister and Brother-in-law, Edith and Robert Moore. and little
April 25, 1942 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BIRTHS SON —December 17, 1948, at San Nursing Home, Belfast, to wife of Major R. N. Wilson. Lantsashlre Regt.—a daughter.

BIRTHS SON —December 17, 1948, at San Nursing Home, Belfast, to wife of Major R. N. Wilson. Lantsashlre Regt.—a daughter.

Victoria Hospital, uii.'. dearly-loved husband of Edith French. Funeral from his late sidenre. 10. Loopland Gardens, -morrow (Friday), at 2-30 p.m., to :'nndunald Cemetery. Deeply regretted -v Ids loving Wife, Edith. House private. FRENCH—December 28. (sud*nly>
December 30, 1948 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

. May and AVilliam Hogg; also her sorrowing Sister, May Johnston, and Niece, Edith Johnston. WILSON—May 22, 1915, at her residence, Ardacuan, Ballycastle, Co. Antrim, Edith A., widow Thomas Wilson, Yorkshire, and daughter the late Mrs. A. Bernard, of
May 23, 1945 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IN MEMORIAM.

IN MEMORIAM.

September. 1940 --Oreatly missed by his Father. Brother Ernest and Sisters. Martha. Edith. Ardarinn in Belfast; also his Brother and Stster•in law. William 8 and Edith Carlisle awl Nieces. °lads's. Eileen Audrey. and the:r Husbands, all in Ellrsmcre Port
September 10, 1941 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BALLYMENA ACADEMY. EXAMINATION SUCCESSES. 1946.

BALLYMENA ACADEMY. EXAMINATION SUCCESSES. 1946.

to the following: FORM Vl—Patricia Agnew. Georgie Carson, Winnie Carson. Levinia Colgan, Sadie Crowe. Edith Graham, Joan Hagan, Kathleen Johnston, Edith Macartney, Ann© Matthews, Hilda Mooney, Margaret Nlcholl, Florrie Smyth, J, Adams. D. Bailie, I. Buick
November 23, 1946 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
KILLED IN ACTION. (Continued Irene Page I.) PREMIUMS —Lost at sea through rnemy action July, Stager ALM? 0. R.N..—Deeply regretted

KILLED IN ACTION. (Continued Irene Page I.) PREMIUMS —Lost at sea through rnemy action July, Stager ALM? 0. R.N..—Deeply regretted

Sisters-in-law, Niece and Nephews. 39 Edith Street. At rest. WALKER—JuIy 31. 1944. at City Hos_pltal. JAMS. WALKEL dearly-loved uncle of egret atitersgm.—Deeply regretted be Elizabeth and William WlCenzie. 14 Edith street. WALKER—JuIy 31, 1944. at City
August 1, 1944 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Whfft About Irish .Ban On British Books?

Whfft About Irish .Ban On British Books?

tration is pagan and at best amoral, the real sting is in thei tall. Turn to the back page of| almost any of them, and read what Edith or Bedells or Mrs. Knowall 1 has to say to corerspondents, and, better still, what they have to say to her. Competing with
March 21, 1947 - Catholic Standard - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland