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John S. Alkintcleipstm, zeiLia.m.x., 45 & 47 MARKET SQUARE, LISBURN.

John S. Alkintcleipstm, zeiLia.m.x., 45 & 47 MARKET SQUARE, LISBURN.

the Convent Bells," Six Girls ; recitation, " A Children's Hero," Caroline A. Creeth ; piano solo, Sonatina (by Diabelli), Edith Hobson; recitation, " Rosabelle," Anson M-Elroy ; piano solo, " Rippling Brook" (by Deihl), F. L. Reynolds ; recitation, "
July 28, 1900 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, mu.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, mu.

Patrick .1— St. Columba Colt. Lon donderry. and Cinema:am .sickrock. O'Rourke, John , Rockwell Cashel. Coll., O'Sheualinemy do Edith 3L, Alexandra DuKin. O'Shea. Jaw I. private ',tad!. O'Sullivan. MartinJ., Mongrel Colt, 5.3 Park. Elizabeth S.. Victoria ('oil
July 25, 1900 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND.

ROYAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND.

O’Reilly. Patrick J. Col'imTs Col. Londonderry, and Univ Col, Biackrock. O’Rourke, John. Rockwell Col, Cashel. o’Sbaughncs.-v, Edith Alexandra Col, Dublin. O’Shea. Jame-a J, private studr. O'Sullivan. Martin J, Mur.gret Col, S J, Limerick. Park, Elisabeth
July 25, 1900 - Dublin Daily Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Flower Stall—Mies M. Porter and Miss M. Scott.

Flower Stall—Mies M. Porter and Miss M. Scott.

Miss M. Scott. Refreshment Stall—Mrs. A. C. Scott, Mrs. M'llree, Miss Stanton, Miss Edgar, and Miss Glenn. Sweet Stall—Miss Edith Porter. Musical and vocal selections were contributed during the afternoon and evening by Mrs. Steven. son (Derry), Mrs. Ritchie
July 28, 1900 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
IT COULD B TOED.

IT COULD B TOED.

Father rl;c7 • is caning cn Edith i t alvolittely Mother: Ah. 'well, Rite lover him, and I rut,- poop what can't he healed nitait b. , endured." Father: **Hunt What can't be hee:trl can be toed, and I think chat pill happen to 'tutu if
July 28, 1900 - Drogheda Independent - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 

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THEATRE ROYAL.

THEATRE ROYAL.

boat builder. Wan an aillikeling Mr. Charles Glenney. an hie eon And Mr. Lauren:e Grant, an Freddy were also very grind. Mims Edith •h _aye an excellent interpretation of the melts, Buttersnotche second wife, and krrur Maker. as Kate Butterseritch. also sere
July 26, 1900 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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W 810vms 3 8 10

aiie Gorgon R — Ma — r?r; A James's Dun Dum R Maria 812 J IL Masker's Our Grace Gilbert 812 i Halmos 812 Gilbert' Smith's Edith Crag J A Doyle' Mae Diamond J DSWIP32, pan 7 Lord Durham's Martineau P Peck 7 L de Donur Hayhoe 4 J Robinson'. CarnpOre Cole
July 26, 1900 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LATIST FROM TB! FUONT !

LATIST FROM TB! FUONT !

Miss M. Scott. Refreshment stall—Mrs. A. C. Scott, Mrs. M'llree, Miss Stanton, Miss Edgar, and Mies Glenn. Sweet stall—Miss Edith Porter. Musical and vocal selections were contributed daring the afterooun and evening by Mrs. Steven , (in (Derry), Mrs. Ritchie
July 28, 1900 - Northern Constitution - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Mulligan, Jaa., St. Colmao'a College, Newty, and private atrody. Murray, James 8.. St. Mai achy'• College, Nesbitt. David, Collegiate and

Mulligan, Jaa., St. Colmao'a College, Newty, and private atrody. Murray, James 8.. St. Mai achy'• College, Nesbitt. David, Collegiate and

School, Deny. Thompson, Jcannic, Belmont Ladies’ College, Knock, Belfast. Tiornan. James P., Kelvin Honse, Belfast. Vcrner, Edith E.. Victoria College, Belfast. Watson. Ernest F., Ormeau Academy. North Parade, Belfaat. Watson. Standish J.. Methodist College
July 25, 1900 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BITS OF SPORT

BITS OF SPORT

Handicap, Goodwood—Good Luck. Rous Memorial Stakes, Goodwood Sea Change, Bartenza H. St George’s Stakes, Liverpool—Our Grace, Edith Crag. Mersey Stakes, Liverpool—Monte Rosa filly. Royal Plate, Windsor—Lord Melton. HURST PARK MEETING. WEIGHTS HURST PARK HOLIDAY
July 27, 1900 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland