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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
 
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
 
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
 
ARMAGH BAZAAR. COOKSTOWX TABLE.

ARMAGH BAZAAR. COOKSTOWX TABLE.

heartily coo• omelet. both these voting persons on their •uc• cese. Book prize• were also woo by T4 , lie S•eele, Fred Elder, Edith Watterson, a. .t Rulie .L.m• itrey ft is now fear seers since ttn.•e m.•rtnls were first offered for competition iu the ta
July 28, 1900 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
.i THE ASIDE VISITORS' LIST. [Corrections for awes like will be received at the CHRONICLE Office up to oroaise, or

.i THE ASIDE VISITORS' LIST. [Corrections for awes like will be received at the CHRONICLE Office up to oroaise, or

Smyth and Mr Roberts, Glasgow ; the Misses Brice mid Mr Wlntyre, Glasgow; Miss Cunningham, Londonderry. 31—Mr, Mrs, and Miss Edith Henry, Bellevue, Coleraine. 32—Mrs and Miss Campbell, Belfast; Mrs and Miss Boyle, Ballymoney; Mrs Baird and family, and Mr
July 28, 1900 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
TWO CASUALTIES.

TWO CASUALTIES.

Stevenaon. Herbert L. Stewart, John Strange. Hugh D. Swan. Kathleen M. Syme. Margaret D- Tate, Jeannie Thompson. James F. Tic man. Edith E, Verner. Ernest F. Watson. Standi»h J. Watson. Rose A. Wilgar. Margaret H. Wilson. William J. Witeon, Amy Woods. J. Wylie
July 28, 1900 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The mostcffectiTc skin purifying and beautifying sonp in the world. strikes «t the of lad complexions, red, rough hands, falling

The mostcffectiTc skin purifying and beautifying sonp in the world. strikes «t the of lad complexions, red, rough hands, falling

conclusion ftshed th.- jury teeU w.-re proved to have no heiitatipn .n dome tlie, r duly by finding a verdict consistent with the. Edith Roomer, young daughter of . the primoer. said that Saturday nur.it. March, her father came home about *0 p.m. , Witness left
July 28, 1900 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DAIL7 STATION, SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1800.

DAIL7 STATION, SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1800.

Murray, Charles J, University Col, Dublin. Honours—First Class. Murray, Charles J. University Col Dublin. Second Class. Kane, Edith M, private slody. P 2«. Bctteridge, Frederick, private study. Dalv. WiiUmm E, pr.vate study. Dickinson. Alfred C, prirnle study
July 28, 1900 - Dublin Daily Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Edward Barnard, Mina Era Barnard, and Mika Stubbs, Dublin ; Mrs. and Master Chas. Adair, Strandmore Villa—Mr., Mrs., and the

Edward Barnard, Mina Era Barnard, and Mika Stubbs, Dublin ; Mrs. and Master Chas. Adair, Strandmore Villa—Mr., Mrs., and the

Mrs. Corry, Bo'fa,,t ; Mrs. Curry, Holywood ; Mr. and 'Mrs. Mather, Scotland. 4—Miss Rlsion, Liverpool; Miss Frans and Mi.. Edith Eldon, Pembroke ; Miss Marshall and Miss Stewart, Danfermliue ; Miss M. Stewart, Glasgow; Miss Garland and Mies Jetiniams,
July 28, 1900 - Northern Constitution - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland