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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
 
&r E Vlncrat's Eulogy, 3 yn, 114- rtir

&r E Vlncrat's Eulogy, 3 yn, 114- rtir

flymin wee the sesztest out of clips. and jumped of in front of Clakeoh, Edith Crag, Irish Ivy, St Nydic First Principal, Good Luck. Cutaway, and Satoh Palming the Stands Edith Crag was seat to the front. and sbe made play from First Principal. tk Nydia
November 17, 1900 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

Sheerness. 4ys, Y , > ... 0 . taker’s Edith Crag, 3ys, ... Jsf,° h* Y 1 Japonica, Sverla, Y YS, o '' 0 1 Innocence. 7 ih'd '•{>»>, Irish Ivy, Merry Luck, and Osh«ch. 20 Chosen. 1 St and Ou+awav, 33 , and Xinus, 5 to Edith no. Y -- 6 PyeriH, 9 j 4 ’ 5 2 Innocence
November 17, 1900 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING

SPORTING

Brikinie Torranee's Unsyrnmetrieal. 4, 11 9 0 Sir E Vincent's Sheentes. 46 2 t: Pratt al Wvllieb a, 11 9 .1 Walsh 0 .1 Ilioker'. Edith crag 36 0 !lardy ; IT. r,.-3 to 1 aget Tube Rome and I (Winner trained by J Cannon) dad. 3 1 Automstous, 8 to 1 each Lammermnir
November 17, 1900 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN

DUBLIN

agal Edith Crag. dUeernese. and Ohl Clo . THE BACK —lnnoecnra lad the parade and carrier. aad rn reacblns the pest shewed raoe temper, bat there w*e not a vary tong delay brfore the fell, then Syerta was Brat of. On sealing down, howerer. Edith carried
November 17, 1900 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE

The quickest sway was S.yorla, foll~owd by Osbeeh, Edith Crag, and Irish -Try, witlls St. N'edia, First IPrincipal, Good Luck, Cut- away, anad Sasntoi next. On. settling down tinto their places Edith Crag drew to the front, followed by First Priancipal
November 17, 1900 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
us tathiatt. bat treat ray wtb I swiss that Itamaid &sit, tba I trusted its o absolataly—that it was -

us tathiatt. bat treat ray wtb I swiss that Itamaid &sit, tba I trusted its o absolataly—that it was -

of hie two and &Mr.:tab. Be did' not bow if Edith was mina or see a her contempt for he., and whether is her heart she had any regard he lira was "Kaiak he could not assw2r. Ik periketly pleb that while Edith, on the had, did set his attentions is the
November 2, 1900 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE RACE.

THE RACE.

ies. The flag fell at tfaefiretattempt to a capital start. Syerla was the first to break the line, but passing the stands Edith Crag took the running from First Principal, St. Nydia, Osbech, Irish Ivy, Cutaway, Good Euck, Syerla, Innocence, Caiman, Ninus
November 17, 1900 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RACING MEGIURI.

RACING MEGIURI.

t, St end to I each None sod Pint It Inn to doh ..ot Edith flee. Steeled. and After had led the parody there not . lead delay the post bale. the fell then Snorts Met ewer. bat' on eddied dons Edith Oren refried en the nue- from Pled linnet*, St and bid
November 17, 1900 - Sport (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GOOD ANSWERING.

GOOD ANSWERING.

Fik^tCi-ass.—Alex. Kirkpatrick, Edith Walker, Ted Tittcringtci), Elsie M'CuLloagb, Pearley Simppn, Violet Courtenay, Bob Morrow, Gertie Black, Daisy Cot, Charlie Hoffmann, Eric Johnston, Jack Stanley, Sara Ay new, Dolly M‘Dowell, Willie
November 3, 1900 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland