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TII E LISBURN Sr A N'D A Itn—S AT URnA V, JUNE 16, 1000.

TII E LISBURN Sr A N'D A Itn—S AT URnA V, JUNE 16, 1000.

to me: "Why, I declare, there are the Colonel and Edith going up yonder before us. I suppose be's just brought her, for I know he had to go to the mule meeting as Mr. Laurence." " The Colonel and Edith t" "The Colonel I" gave me a thrill, thinking of her
June 16, 1900 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FIELD AND FARM.

FIELD AND FARM.

Laurence said me: V\’hy, I dcc'are. oro the Colonel and Edith goin; up yonder before ui. I supporo he’s just brought her. for I know- he had to go to the sam« meetingß3 Mr. laurence." "The Colonel and Edith!”—“The Colonrl!* pare thrill, thinking of her father
June 14, 1900 - Tyrone Courier - Dungannon, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
NOIMB DOWN BI:IIA I 1

NOIMB DOWN BI:IIA I 1

newfound devotion, when Mrs. Morley. accompanied by Edith Sinclair, entered the studio. -We have bees visiting the ciob," remarked Mrs. Morley, after Andre had bees presented to the two ladies; "and Edith would Waist on awing the picture we have baud so
October 5, 1900 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Lokoford journal-sa ittiifii.?, is. ieod.

Lokoford journal-sa ittiifii.?, is. ieod.

love affair at mnch pouiole; for 1 waa being invited to her home and alwaja met Edith vane. came to know the Colonel alio, and in time invited to WoreatteMqlitre, where Edith played the hoateat like a litlla queen. Heed Iwr that I dally to love ner more
June 16, 1900 - Longford Journal - Longford, Longford, Republic of Ireland
 
OPENING CEREMONY

OPENING CEREMONY

Medai, Miss Edith Lyons; 2nd prise, Miss Agnes Greens Second Grade—Prize. Mies Kathleen Tierney. ORGAN (Playing at Sight)-Ist prize, Mri Gerald Dowse. lORGAN (Scales and Esereises)—First Grade' Ist prize, Miss Agnes Gillespie; 2nd prize, Miss Edith Lyons;
March 16, 1900 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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OLD FALSE TEETH BOUGHT.

OLD FALSE TEETH BOUGHT.

Miss Edith Lvons; second prize. Miss Agnes Greene, ccci-od Grade Prize. Miss Kathleen Tierney. Organ (Playing at Sight)—First prize, Mr Gera Dowse. Organ (Scale* end Exercises)—First Grade: First prize. Mis* Agnes Gillespie; aeoora pnse, Miss Edith Lyons;
March 16, 1900 - Dublin Daily Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY OF M. SIC.

ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY OF M. SIC.

Prize, miss Jessie Downing. Third Grade-Prize, Miss Edith Vance. Pianoforte-FiTst Grnde-'Vandeleur Academy' Scholarship, Gold Medal. Miss Anna Haire; "Van- deleu?" Scbolarship, Silver Medal, Miss Edith French; second prize, "FAncy Robinson" Prize, Silver
March 16, 1900 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Ems A BURIED SECRET. e "la Owsplay." oft, ONION 11101010 N, d do. sin the Tinsley had minssay is Ms

Ems A BURIED SECRET. e "la Owsplay." oft, ONION 11101010 N, d do. sin the Tinsley had minssay is Ms

tempted by catapaaira wimp "He did sok me, M gnat to haw." Had it bees gleam Edith sight have Isla • weed mile ever Mrs. Morley's face as mica Why wen yes se and to Welter Remy last Edith sowed the ppm before her impetiesuly. ' I don't like Omens Ramsay. sad
August 17, 1900 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
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Opiate sub sear is Rapid orstersiaa." 'NW ia oarotat," moil • wall Amy OA." Itamoy. alibi bob rot into a mimosa Obagoo. blob of Edith, altkough d brain sods aoy poolroom. ow dot Oho Blander Ni probood so effeot no wan too pow 010 day, Lie& omooaterod loam on
October 19, 1900 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
EASY TO EXPLAIN.

EASY TO EXPLAIN.

have a great idea of a plot. Two men are in love with two girls. Charlie is in love with Edith. and Jack is enamoured of Nellie. but Nellie loves Charlie, and Edith loves Jack. That is simple, isn't it?" The friend, said it was. "Well, they all go to a
November 10, 1900 - Midland Tribune - Birr, Offaly, Republic of Ireland