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GARDEN NOTES.

GARDEN NOTES.

following twelve have precedence—vis., Menus, white; Edith Pagram, pink; Mary Richardson. salmon-red; Biome Edith Pagram; Sylvia Slade, rose and white; Altrincham Iellow; Metta, deep red; Whiw Edith Pagram; Kitty Bourne, deep yellow; Caledonia, rosy hferstham
December 30, 1911 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY'S TWO LIVES.

MONEY'S TWO LIVES.

furs F oo l on to gaseston her .Aout her Edith • relations with Murray. Ms 'aid that she mild never find nut Irvin Murray when her ester En. She never saa pe.fied that Edith had a alibi. She had not ...-n Edith since the day she ordered her out, of her
September 19, 1912 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Fnou Rcncn's ronßrseoNDtNT.

Fnou Rcncn's ronßrseoNDtNT.

Moonlight, her husband, married Edith, bar adopted sister. Her daughter Jane was on the point of engagement to one Willie Regg when Serah comet on visit to (ha boots oeteuaildv her niece Joy. Tom did not liko Willie Regg, and Edith dot sated him fee the wastrel
October 20, 1930 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RECENT FICTION.

RECENT FICTION.

inconsequent. lighthearted sequel to a former book by George Birmingham. Here we meet again time aggravatingly vague Lady Edith, who speaks pityingly of "the poor door pound" and her infuriating father. Lord Epping. whose re. marks are suffniently irrelevant
April 2, 1932 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO-DAY'S PROGRAMMES

TO-DAY'S PROGRAMMES

o—Time. News end Weather. s.3o—North Regional Programme. 7.3o—Callender's Second Baud and tlitamlNectb (Violoncello). 5.35-l Edith Day in "Show Boat." L6o—News and Weather. 10.20—:' Rolling Stones "—ff. Brian Stuart. ' lame m the Kahan." 10.315-12.0-3ack
December 12, 1934 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HIBERNIAN BLUES CAN RETURN TO WINNING FORM

HIBERNIAN BLUES CAN RETURN TO WINNING FORM

QUEEN'S LACE (Mrs. 0 Negio-Fancey) G Harwood. 3. 9.3 25-0002-U0 EDITH Mrs E F Stevens). P Ashworth. 3. 4-3 . W. Setting leeeea 4 -11 4 Marisa. 41 West Indies, 11(2 Tawny Prince. 9.1 Edith and T umpetcr„ 10 1 Lucayos 1001$ Indeatigeste and Tap. 10016 Persian
June 27, 1967 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Mais Edith Piaf chante. SA vim semble auiourd'hui un peu moms claire, moms puissante. mains vibrante. On dirait qu'elle n'aime plus que les musiques mineures et desaccordees oil la melodic est presque absente. Elle raflo'e des roulements de tambour:
October 8, 1962 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
L’NIVERSITY news.

L’NIVERSITY news.

iir tiihMiii. James (Hover. Sk.'iir v In<ml James; Owyun. J«.hn David; wibr-a. Inirram; Harpur. Dmiplas (leorne - ~,1 ‘■e Edith Bertha. HoUon. (Jeorm* 1., riiarles llirlierf; Johnston, liv k.!■'• .Mm O'Brien; Kerr. William Oeorpe; '' . (I , .|,.! «ard;
October 29, 1927 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Look To The Wes

Look To The Wes

prize winner, ia a brief, conscienuous and somewhat depressing story, of the ten fonnative years in a girls life. We meet Edith in 1912, a thirteen-year-old orphan, arriving at Wildwood, the home of her fosterparents, Valerie and Matthew Pierre. This
January 25, 1947 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING GOSSIP.

SPORTING GOSSIP.

withdrew, Miss Edith Leitch Married. The wedding took place at Marylabors, Town Hall on Saturday of Mr. Harbert Gudella, a partner in a London firm, Min Edith Leitch, sister of the former British and English champion, Mita Cecil Leitch. Miss Edith Leitch has
February 7, 1927 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland