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TO SECRETARIES.

TO SECRETARIES.

amongst the highest isrita- Vous of Christians everywhere.—We are, re Thomas Edinondicm, President; Mary E Wllune, John Dzuglas, Edith Webb, tkere'.i.ses.
December 15, 1900 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON COLLEGE OF MUSIC.

LONDON COLLEGE OF MUSIC.

Pianoforte Playing and Theory of MtleiC:—Senior Section Mips Ethel Dobson (honours), 83 per cent. Intermediate Section—Miss Edith Soden (hoounre). 90 this high percentage qualifies for the special prise given by the London College of Mimic ; Mira Lily Kilfejer
December 13, 1900 - Leitrim Advertiser - Mohill, Leitrim, Republic of Ireland
 
CARRIAGES,

CARRIAGES,

(ml I trheowtMn waa by Mr. Hast far 54 gninenr, A MAIDEN PLATS ion. Two nSles. Mr. Baraaln-* Proronr. br Sweetbeart—Pair Edith. 6yra, ISH. (Mr. F. Bartlgaa) ... ... 1 Mr. Gortuua* Sbarkleten. rra. 6IK (Plfgott) 2 Mr. Peole'rrrowood. Syra. (Maaooi ..
December 29, 1900 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A HOUSE LEAGUE FOR ENNISCORTHY, On Thursday evening, De ember 6, a meeting of ail 3 Irholaitant Householehes' League was

A HOUSE LEAGUE FOR ENNISCORTHY, On Thursday evening, De ember 6, a meeting of ail 3 Irholaitant Householehes' League was

Cons of C'hristiana evcrt-where.—We are, very resr.ectfolly, Thomas Eldmoridcn, President ; Mary E Williams, John Douglas, Edith Webb, litects'aves. JUSTICE'S JUSTICE, To The Editor. Eti.r—l b - g to bring bi-fore the public the fellowing facts as they
December 15, 1900 - Enniscorthy Guardian - Enniscorthy, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
CROSS CHANNEL CURtSTUAS

CROSS CHANNEL CURtSTUAS

Hibernia. Banshee, and Violat conveyed pxasongera and parcels, while the South Stack. North Wall, Irene, Auglesea, Kleanor, and Edith carried cattle, pigs, aheep, live and dead stock, poultry produce, and considerable quantities of whiskey. Large additional
December 26, 1900 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
-- . 1 V t —.DA. VOL. XXI. NO. 49. rl. IIIBOELLANIOIIB SIRES FOR 1901. Mr J H II Peard'a

-- . 1 V t —.DA. VOL. XXI. NO. 49. rl. IIIBOELLANIOIIB SIRES FOR 1901. Mr J H II Peard'a

Peard'a Saga/ass, by Sensation— , Sure , 4 yrs •Mr J J Red Haigh, aced Mr S Roberts's Bucking ham Polon, by Buckingham--Fair Edith, 4 yrs Mr Roberts's (Woe, by Tyrant—Dark Beaut), 4 yrs Connt. Rolheris Amine, 5 Yrs Mr H Walker's Mount aged Mr H Walker's
December 15, 1900 - Sport (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MUSICAL PANTOMIMICAL FARCE HER MAJESTY’S GUESTS,

MUSICAL PANTOMIMICAL FARCE HER MAJESTY’S GUESTS,

MacDONALD (First Prizewinner Highland Mod, Inverness, Ac., for Binging with CUreach aoeompaniment). Mr. R. L. MEALY (Pipes). Miss EDITH DAVIS (conducting Band Harps). Mim AGNES TREACY, of Dublin (Prize- winner Fein Cecil). TOMAS OH-AODHA. Dobtin. Mr. R. T. MAHOOD;
December 1, 1900 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPECIAL MEETING OF MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE.

SPECIAL MEETING OF MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE.

of the late Rev. James Cargin, deceased. Mr. A. C. Adair, C.E., presided. Also present—Mrs. Heed. Mrs. W. F. Bigger, Mies Edith Miller, Miss F. E. Milier. Rev. Canon Potter, Mr. William Tillie, H.M.L., Dr. J. E. Miller, Mr. B. J. Black, Mr. Maurice E
December 12, 1900 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern 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
 
31111IIARY.-•-l. Wive!afield railway disaster; Coro use's jury found three company's servants partly responsible, though their negligence was not very great.

31111IIARY.-•-l. Wive!afield railway disaster; Coro use's jury found three company's servants partly responsible, though their negligence was not very great.

20. Railway accident at Hampton Court, several persons injured. 27. Alfred If *Wield sentenced to death for the murder of Edith Pool in Great Queen-street, London.; Sir 14.. Pee l bound over for libelling Mr. D. van der Heydt. 29. Verdict of manslaughter
December 29, 1900 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland