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,Y 13, Edith Melo a shoes at hie Swum ea PIO Oat: Not yet r 1 same it yeah' be

,Y 13, Edith Melo a shoes at hie Swum ea PIO Oat: Not yet r 1 same it yeah' be

,Y 13, Edith Melo a shoes at hie Swum ea PIO Oat: Not yet r 1 same it yeah' be mak if hallow ia Igoe: tie earns ventured to tag. 'Oh. mita r "1 Wm( to the old and aim pas the ,orient role et I will even mature to prophesy that you wUI yet believe in love
July 13, 1900 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
YESTERDAY’S DUBLIN SHIPPING

YESTERDAY’S DUBLIN SHIPPING

aad Co, Ltd Sir John’s quay; agent*. Messrs Beuoa and Co, Eden quay; discharging South quay. Coastwise Arheali.—S Banshee, Edith, is Cambria, cs Anglesey, from Holyhead, with goods. ss Wicklow, as Belfast, ss Cork, from Liverpool, with goods; as Shamrock
July 14, 1900 - Dublin Daily Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
- To nouridi the body To invigorate the brain To give tone to the system Sp . 41 4 10

- To nouridi the body To invigorate the brain To give tone to the system Sp . 41 4 10

wipers. llarev. Pal. gram. Murphy. aad Co., 11 Bien quay ; duohs[gis in Aksaddra Bmin. Coasting Arrisals.-01 Hibernia. se Edith. is Aegltsey. and • Banshee. Holymad, goods; s Meath. sa Belfast. en Hlartreek. mid m Carlow, Liverpool, goods; m Hare. Manchester
July 12, 1900 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KILKENNY MODERATOR AND LEINSTER ADVERTISER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, KLY 11, 1900.

THE KILKENNY MODERATOR AND LEINSTER ADVERTISER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, KLY 11, 1900.

Nillintaggart; Jane Fenagb. Poston 7. Solis.nieb lick wort-Ist, Emily hloantrath, Miss Po.aist I. Section S. keitt.-d-lat. Edith ritsClibbon, k heour fad Adams. Hells. ii.oton D, Ironed -let, 2nd. Mrs Hare, Kilkenly. 10. ocelot (woo Myers. Domino. Mrs
July 11, 1900 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
MADATACIES. Iik:NNELLY MOD-0. 13th .at narrenpoiet. by (ter W. E. Mellon.. koooPlh. ul Ermua View. Newroarket..on-Etr- L.,. to Edith 1E114).

MADATACIES. Iik:NNELLY MOD-0. 13th .at narrenpoiet. by (ter W. E. Mellon.. koooPlh. ul Ermua View. Newroarket..on-Etr- L.,. to Edith 1E114).

MADATACIES. Iik:NNELLY MOD-0. 13th .at narrenpoiet. by (ter W. E. Mellon.. koooPlh. ul Ermua View. Newroarket..on-Etr- L.,. to Edith 1E114). third thlo±,itter of KtrlA. Esq.. Lomoden. Ca[Ws. LINDSAY AND COCHRANE—tfo the lith ir.t . St Mary's Claureh. Hauulton
July 14, 1900 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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By EDITH 0. KENYON.

By EDITH 0. KENYON.

By EDITH 0. KENYON. CHATTER XXXI.—A TRAGIC ENIUH** "Mnst jut it that who miKhiel Should have the fint draught of it himaelf. —Jmmrt. Beatrice made her way the oahapw woraan» side and touched her hand. It vaa deadly cold. The nun* looked is her eyea. they
July 14, 1900 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
By EDITH C. KENYON.

By EDITH C. KENYON.

By EDITH C. KENYON. CHAPTET, XX..X.1.-A TRAGIC ENVIES.; " Most just is it tbut be who breweb ruimbief Should gave the first. draught of it hinuielf." —Jemnet. " Yon can tell the servants that, when I marry this lady," be waved his hand towards Joan, "who
July 14, 1900 - Enniscorthy Guardian - Enniscorthy, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
NI IMO& INN IMAM* MT/ A lIIW WOll/of.

NI IMO& INN IMAM* MT/ A lIIW WOll/of.

WA so. Mr. Aubrey; you cwild Captain Eamay, who hew only her team sod fee be admits being to the paerepir." The thither was Edith whoss expressive MI MI. with Omaha as Mr. deep blue eyes bestowed • waking sham the leashes Ed' a ras • girl el about twos"
July 13, 1900 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
MARRIAGES

MARRIAGES

5L1.0.E., Imperial Chioeaa Railwavs. TirnLsin, yo juge.-i am the late Rev. J*. W. Bourne. 8.A.. of W'infartbinc. Norfolk, to Edith Mnry, youngest dang),ter erf the Ute H. W. Bridges. Rwi.. and Mrs. lirtdfee, of Mietley Dene. Soathboreugb. BAHT- PANTIN-Juty
July 13, 1900 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A VERY PRETTY WEDDING.

A VERY PRETTY WEDDING.

Florrie Wilson, sang, “The voice that breathes o’er Eden.” The bride was given away by her father, and the bridesmaids were Miss Edith AI com and Mias Bessie Alcorn, sisters of the bride; the Mr Jackson Wolfe, 8.A., solicitor, Dublin, cousin of the bridegroom
July 13, 1900 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland