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MJBS FLORENCE MARKS’ ENTERTAIN-

MJBS FLORENCE MARKS’ ENTERTAIN-

and the burden of successfully sustaining this section the programme fell the shoulders of Miss Marks and her Sister Miss Edith Marks. Hie whole performance was remarkably clever and finished, and the audience testified tbeir keen appreciation no uncertain
January 13, 1900 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CHRISTMAS TREE IN GEASHILL.

CHRISTMAS TREE IN GEASHILL.

has already obtained several certificates. Among the ladies and gentlemen present were—Mr and Mrs Digby, Miss Digby, Miss Edith Digby, Miss Mabel Digby, Master Lionel Digby, Mr GETS CS, Mr and Mrs Reamsbretorn. Master and Miss Rvamsbottom, Rev Canon Russell
January 13, 1900 - Leinster Reporter - Tullamore, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
RIP- IMES CONCERT.

RIP- IMES CONCERT.

H Scully; ,1 Walter Litheriand (atteohel to Emily Watered) I hIrTHG Walls: Emily Waded, (Waded to Walter Litherland). Miss Edith Meat.; Mrs Wawa (attached to the memory of her parents) Him Florence Marks.
January 13, 1900 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FIFTH ••GRAND” ANNUAL

THE FIFTH ••GRAND” ANNUAL

& Manager, Mr. W. J. Aon can rr. Assislaot, Manager .Ur. Albert A. Brooke. TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT, 7.30. 7.30. ENGAGEMENT OF EDITH ST. CLARE. THE GREAT BURLESQUE ACTRESS. MADDEN and WOOD, Sketch Artists Miss LILY WEST. Serio-Comedienne j LES AZELLAB, Dr
January 13, 1900 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
sms Mm&ns 1 . V . *,*t»

sms Mm&ns 1 . V . *,*t»

had been liberally partaken of successful concert was given in which the follong took part —Miss M'Elnea, Miss Mayne, Miss Edith M'Elnea, Miss Keating, Miss Agnes Paylor, Mr Reid, Mr W. Little, and Mr R. Keating. 1.. M. Fleming gave various humorous and
January 13, 1900 - Longford Journal - Longford, Longford, Republic of Ireland
 
BY PUCK.

BY PUCK.

wid were trimmed with chiffon, light brown feathers, and bows of pink pauue. The bride's two little cousins. Misses Vera and Edith Clecve. acted as train-bearers, and were dressed in charming 17th * century costumes of white satin, smocked and embroidered
January 13, 1900 - Dublin Daily Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WAB PARAGRAPHS. Mr. Cornwallis West, who le a subaltern in the Coldstream Guard., has been invalided borne trcm Booth Africa,

WAB PARAGRAPHS. Mr. Cornwallis West, who le a subaltern in the Coldstream Guard., has been invalided borne trcm Booth Africa,

seven having been picked up off the Free Ferry, Woolwich. They formed part of the cargo of the steamer Franois, punk off Edith. The cordite was consigned to Woolwich Arsenal to be manufactured into ammunition for the Lee-Metford rifles find guns for
January 13, 1900 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY

TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY

Malawi Dreg Compasy, Liocole. A wedding took place in Modreeny church on Friday between Captain W J Darmody, Greenock and Edith, daughter of Mr. George Evans, Elysium. Chancellor O'Sullivan officiated. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore
January 13, 1900 - Leinster Reporter - Tullamore, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
CLOTHING FOR REFUGEES.

CLOTHING FOR REFUGEES.

programme el mesa. readiest. sad tatioas was simirabl; rendered, in wild* • lie follewing Witte and gentlemen toJit pares—new Edith and Vu Eve ikfiteUenel, ream J. B. b..• W. G. Hauler Mary fissile Boom, flammi il'lllaben. sod ' Tomas Ora. still The following
January 13, 1900 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
NOTES OF THE WEEK

NOTES OF THE WEEK

George St. L. Whitley, also schull. DEKMODY axd 5, Modreeny Church, by the Ktv. L. W. J. Dermody, of Greenock, 8., to J. K. Edith, clJ*se daughter Air. George Elysium, Cloughjcrdan ak» BALL—Januarv 6, St. Giles* Church, Cambridge, by the A. F. Cooke. King's
January 13, 1900 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland