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Musks. rams. Calamas*/ 111; Pawl al; ils; A.D. Ma. daass.l44; post; Yam Wane. nab era IdF 14 Capt. swam, /Osaka.

Musks. rams. Calamas*/ 111; Pawl al; ils; A.D. Ma. daass.l44; post; Yam Wane. nab era IdF 14 Capt. swam, /Osaka.

Canada I, IMS. the Perth Idenefeny read, imam, MM.. by the lort. J. G. *WI, W., (Merge of Ledge, Sy try Par Ma. Ca. Dale ba, to Edith Mary. Ment dm .1 J. J. C 1..., N.P., SS Malang Imam 120YLF.-13o3mhar 4, IWO, at 25 bmfort am. i..dysert, Patrick Doyle, law
December 5, 1900 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SAILED FROM THIS FORT.

SAILED FROM THIS FORT.

Devonshire, for Liverpool; the ss Wild Rose and the ss Minnie Hinde, for Whitehaven ; the Creek Fisher, for Glasgow ; the Edith Eleanor, for Stranraer. ARRIVED AT Barry, on the 2nd instant, the sa Lord Downahire, Belfast, Magill, from Dublin. Bayonne
December 4, 1900 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SOCIAL MOVRAINNTS.

SOCIAL MOVRAINNTS.

M. I Sidney P. C. tegy, elder aon of &a lam Mr. William Vary fin. Peary, of Donlan:my &not, &gene Moon Ca. Carlon, &ameba Edith, attler daughter of M. Edmund N. Power, of Tramon Home,Tramoro, Waterford. At bit [mum areseert at the Albert ILO, Mr. Edward
December 4, 1900 - Evening Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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On last Saturday Mr. Gong* Edward Shanahan wan warned to Msa Edith Clancy, the eldest (Unglues Mr. J. J. Clancy,' M.P. at St. Marjo Church, Wortaniamor. whin the ciorming young bride every limped. sow 4b. took • keen ammo. she nen niebratinnw end
December 3, 1900 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

Geo. Kell. Eeq.. V ail Jana'a quay: discharging or Noah Wall. Cosaturg Arnans—at Violet, u Astieuey„ Wrath &ark. r Olga a Edith, and a Cambria. HolyberA. goods; r Blackrock, oo Carlow, Kerry, a Louth, sod so %Clare, Liverpool. good.; • Meath. Belfast
December 3, 1900 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SCENES AT LIEGE

SCENES AT LIEGE

also Home.” Needless to say all those songs and choruses were in Gaelic. Fantasia, “Erin,’’ by the band of harps, under Miss Edith Davis, who also gave harp solo, wore charming contributions, and well merited tho applause which greeted them. Mr. Lloyd’s
December 3, 1900 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SOCIAL MOVEMENTS.

SOCIAL MOVEMENTS.

rime at St. Pasts. Knightsbridge. Mi=v. The Rm. H. Villein officiated. wee given mu, by her mother, and she bridesmaids Mimi Edith Webber. Kern. Mn. Aloe Webber, blim Agee. sad Mho Shottle.r.rtit. the , 1f... Many tkodamoreffitenhope. acted as Met man A
December 3, 1900 - Evening Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE COMPETITIONS.

THE COMPETITIONS.

Welsh harp, and Mr. Mealy was ei|uully happy the Irish pipes. A band of harps performed fantasia under the direction Miss Edith Davis, while soloists were—Miss Agnes Treocy, Miss Emily (prizewinner Highland Mod), and Mr. A. T. all of whom were heard to
December 3, 1900 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

Joseph Collyer, of Paignton. lAevon. second eon of the late James Collyer. formerly of Hurworthon-Toea and Ware. Herts, to Edith Katharine, second daughter George Frederick Deacon, of Warwick Square, London. S.W.
December 1, 1900 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
(SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

(SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

owners, Nam Pe*sat Hanby, sad Co., 17 Eden easy dasabergag at Trams Med. Gams Hare pay. Coming anaele—lls •• Soak Wall, •• Edith, a Dar, and s Maras, lialybrd, pea: •• Haire, and a Darla, Laseceol, goods; a Olive. Gimps, pads; a lissels Cade, Learpool
December 1, 1900 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland