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INCORPORATED 800ITY.

INCORPORATED 800ITY.

mist : Mr. Stanton ullrayn wee to 'AT tirmler,..ljieO Well : Net open them they/would he if he Were here. lift a she wan hid. Edith then a iiiere hf pi's,' on the mile ober* I:11 tali,' he had laid the ,iinfrosion. the door ledilitig: into the and the...entrance
January 20, 1900 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OUR SHORT STORY

OUR SHORT STORY

had disappeared, and never saw it afterward. The most diligent '•earrli had failed to ddiscover it. “Now, Mrs. Morton.” said Edith, as they h.hc| ulnae the chamber*, "this a matter «*» life ..nd death. That piece of paper must found. ” Ye?, miss,” was the
January 27, 1900 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A HEART OF GOLD, A HEART OF GOLD, A HEART OF GOLD, H r. "1 , by Miss Edith eatbral.

A HEART OF GOLD, A HEART OF GOLD, A HEART OF GOLD, H r. "1 , by Miss Edith eatbral.

authoress, Miss Edith Kenyon, whose news• paper serials are read each week by thousands d appreciative readers. A HEART OF GOLD, A HEART OF GOLD, A HEART OF GOLD, A HEART OF GOLD. Rill appear the opening chapter, of a new aerial by Mir Edith Kenyon, entitled
January 6, 1900 - Enniscorthy Guardian - Enniscorthy, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE METHODIST CHURCH.

THE METHODIST CHURCH.

J Armstrong, Kenneth and John Orr, Thomas HR w kes, Edith and Lily Hamilton, Evelyn 017, Sarah Nichol. Herbert mid Harcourt Little, Martha Wirerland, Willie Jc3naton, leery Dixon, Frances and Edith Wilson.
January 27, 1900 - Strabane Chronicle - Strabane, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
96 947 7 DIJBLLN SHIPPING WST—Yeatertlay 91 91i Barometer, 3020. 97 98 Whad—W.N.W., fresh. 25 26

96 947 7 DIJBLLN SHIPPING WST—Yeatertlay 91 91i Barometer, 3020. 97 98 Whad—W.N.W., fresh. 25 26

agents, Moms. Beason and Co.. 80 Eden quay; discharging in Custom House Dock. Coasting Arrivals—S. Liiy, as. North Wall, ss. Edith, ea. Anglesey, and as. Cambria, Holyhead, goods; s. Meath, and as. Cork, Liverpool, goods; as. Belfast, Belfast, goods; as
January 10, 1900 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE METHODIST CHURCH.

THE METHODIST CHURCH.

Wm J Armstrong, Kenneth and’ John Orr, Thomas Hawkes, Edith and Lily- Hamilton, Evelyn Orr, Sarah Nichol, Herbert and Harcourt Little, Martha M‘Farland, Willie Johnston, Mary Dixon, Frances, and Edith Wilson. More Volunteers for South Africa. Another great
January 26, 1900 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
the waedek satueday jantjaey 13 1900

the waedek satueday jantjaey 13 1900

talking Effie ut the absence of Edith from the children’s party. “You are sorry,” said mamma, “that Edith could not com© Effie replied,. having enjoyed herself, Oh, I don't mind much.” To which mamma rejoined, But Edith is ill; that is why she couldn’t
January 13, 1900 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COMBRidge for FRAMING

COMBRidge for FRAMING

whether it i. bewitched markable places. writer in the Field Kmger had more Amfidence thmi any be «i.*ratnl»ted the not," Mid Edith. mean to find it. Fetch Mye one has built in old teapot which Xh< , mnrl Kn)kmt( 0 , „ Jfc other Engliahman, lad who frequently
January 27, 1900 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MURRAY'S MELLOW MIXTURE. FOR SO TEARS IRISH NATIONAL SMOKING

MURRAY'S MELLOW MIXTURE. FOR SO TEARS IRISH NATIONAL SMOKING

which freshness and originality of idea can alone be gained.. (Applause.) Her Excellenry listributed prizes to the fol. h.wing Edith Al. ; Allen, Bertram E., Allen, Georgina, V. ; Hardee, Evelcen; Ba;din, Anther : Barnes, Eileen E. J. ; Brikett. Fanny: Beckett
January 11, 1900 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AN ASTONISHER.

AN ASTONISHER.

ASTONISHER. Little Edith was saying her prayers. She asked that the Lord would make her girl, which was uite line with mamma’s instructions. hut it rather astonished mamma when Edith added, »nd I’ll do much for you.”
January 13, 1900 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland