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PRIZE* WINNERS.

PRIZE* WINNERS.

Davis, Lillie Carbhri* Thompson, Olive Mannion, McCoy, Fanny Cecil Maggie Wilton. Patrick Manky, Edith Baled, Mildred Orr, Bridget O'Bneo, Addie Bdltfc Edith Alaiander, Kathleen Hngkea, UontM Antiaell, Jantee O’Connor, Davide Beatty, Violet Priatotn John
December 23, 1922 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IHt MEMOmiAM

IHt MEMOmiAM

remembered by Fred JONES—Loving memories of our dear mother. Edith called home Mav 8 1943 memories garden we meet every day. —Millie Bob and Norman. JONES—In loving memory of our dear mother Edith, called home May 8 1943 Not to-day. out every day. In silence
May 8, 1958 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FINDING OF IDE ;UK.

FINDING OF IDE ;UK.

uttered' the wdrda quoted above: . He remained standing while the same question. was put to Edith Thompson. They were separated by a white-haired warder and • wardress. Edith Thompson reeled as if someone had. struck bee a blow. Her eyes were closed, tears were
December 12, 1922 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Little E.

Little E.

TAKES CARE OF. By Edith Sun ell. Hutchinson. JO*. • DOST CARE t.A«r am 1 reading." said Lady Wa. long as i am reading. It passes the lime.” It was not a case of '• like mother, like daughter.” Her daughter, Edith Sitwell, caned very much what
April 3, 1965 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GIRL'S FRIENDLY SOCIETY.

GIRL'S FRIENDLY SOCIETY.

scenes were written, am! 4 * The Blue Bowl,” a missionary play concerning Chinese life, by Edith Campbell, was performed. In this play Betty Nicholson and Edith Nowlan filled leading loles. Concert items were provided by Mrs. A. E. Hughes, Phyllis Huet
March 26, 1938 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LEGACY OF GUINNESS SHARES.

LEGACY OF GUINNESS SHARES.

Rexford, New York; June Martha Beatrice Cairns anc.* Audrey Edith Cairns. 5 Hollybank avenue, Panelagh, were defendants. The plaintiffs are the executors of the trusts of the will of Edith Olive Richardson, late of Downshire House, Newcastle, Co. Down
November 11, 1939 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BAN ON STOCK MOVEMENT RELAXED.

BAN ON STOCK MOVEMENT RELAXED.

SUCCESSES Awards Musical Festival on Wednesday were:— Soprano—lst. Kdna Wallace. Belfast; 2nd. Doreen Johnston, Lisburn; 3rd. Edith SCaKOwan. Belfast. Pianoforte Duet—lst Willie Horst and Louden R>an. Porto down; 2nd, Lily Rover and Pejrgy Halt. Lisburn.
May 17, 1941 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
For 21 Commences on MONDAY , JUNE 15th High-Vass Goods Substantially Reduced in all Departmen ts PLEASE WRITE OR CALL

For 21 Commences on MONDAY , JUNE 15th High-Vass Goods Substantially Reduced in all Departmen ts PLEASE WRITE OR CALL

Eczema. "EDITH, aged 7, complained of severe itching on her head," said Mrs. Ellen Howell, of 50, Goodfellow Street, Tunstall, Staffs., to a reporter. " Shortly afterwards, in about half-a-dozen places the hair came away, and left Bcaly rings. "Edith's hair
June 12, 1914 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CAPTAIN LOWRY.

CAPTAIN LOWRY.

secondly to Edith, daughter of Mr. Samuel Saunders, of Alexandria. He learns four daughters. His only son died frxm illness contracted in the South African War. MRS. R. D. PERCEVAL-MAXWELL. Much regret has been caused by the sudden death of Mrs. Edith Grace
October 19, 1928 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A FAMILY AFFAIR.

A FAMILY AFFAIR.

near hie home, and ha directed tba maid taka in tba child. Mian Edith laaacaoo at tba adtnaaa, and poahad bar away, and fail. Ha did not apit all. Par tba laat twahra had bara tailing Mtat Edith laaaenoa to keep away from bin booaa, the atweja got troahla
March 3, 1931 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland