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ENTERTAINMENT AT BRAY.

ENTERTAINMENT AT BRAY.

equal truth be said of the Hon. Mrs. Rnyse’s most excellent band of stringed instrumentalists. Then, again, there is the Hon. Edith Trefusis, prime favourite with all her audiences, and Mrs. Naper, who never fails to charm those who listen to her vocal efforts
January 14, 1905 - Wicklow News-Letter and County Advertiser - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATH OF MISR EDITH RHODES.

DEATH OF MISR EDITH RHODES.

DEATH MISR EDITH RHODES. M» Edith Rhode*. •Ider sister of the late Coed Rhode*, died North Lodge. St. lavmard*. on Thureday. after three daya* jlhwes. from ptummosua. During the IroWhtre in South Africa ai*l Iwr stshar were wjth thiur brother South Africa
January 9, 1905 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SUPPOSED LOSS OF TEN LIVES.

SUPPOSED LOSS OF TEN LIVES.

d ship Edith Mary, which left Ascension for St. John’s, Newfoundland, on tho 12th September, is regarded lost. Two her lifebuoys have been picked np west of Capo St. Mary. She carried a crow of ten, including four Scotch apprentices. The Edith Mary was
January 21, 1905 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LATE MISS RHODES,

THE LATE MISS RHODES,

Co., soHcitore, Red Lion tkfß&re, write as follows;—“Wo observe in several the papers notice an mum ting the death of Miss Edith Rhodes, and , stating wae the only sister the lato Mr. | Cedi Rhodes. adiciton* fur Rhodes family, beg state that this is error
January 10, 1905 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
•WILL OF MR. REUBEN PAYNE.

•WILL OF MR. REUBEN PAYNE.

Belfast, merchant tailor, has been granted to Mr. Reuben F. Payne, Chichester Street, Belfast, merchant tailor, and Miss Edith E. Payne, Holywood. The lute Mr. Payne, who was native of Taouilon, Somereot, died on the 6th June last, aged 75 year?*, leaving
January 2, 1905 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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WITHOUT aOTBOniTT, WITHOUT CfcSDIT,

WITHOUT aOTBOniTT, WITHOUT CfcSDIT,

cheers.) SKIT LOST. The Glasgow-owned ship Edith Mery, which left Ascension for 8t John’s, Newfoundland, on the 12th September, ie regarded ae lost. Two her lifebuoys have bean picked up west of Cape 8t Mary. The Edith Mary oartiad aerew of ten, including foer
January 21, 1905 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHIPPING NEWS*

SHIPPING NEWS*

Alszsodrs ikslc. sod proceeded Glee* fow, with port ouvo. Com twite Arrirris-Ss. Hibenus, «e. SowA Stock, so. Atwksty, ■>. Abslm, Edith, (ram Hotybtwd, with goods; so. Cob, ss. Kilkenny, Aim with goods; tv Olive, Olesgow, with goeds; as. Alois*, (reai Hcrrhem
January 7, 1905 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH WILLS TUB LATE MR. REUBEN PAYNE.

IRISH WILLS TUB LATE MR. REUBEN PAYNE.

MR. REUBEN PAYNE. Probate has been granted to Mr. Reuben P. Payne, of Gbicbester Street, Belfast, merchant tailor, and Miss Edith K. Payne, Holy wood, of the will of late Mr. Reuben Payne, The Fire, Holywood, Co. Down, merchant tailor, of Chichester Street
January 2, 1905 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE GREAT TUNNELS.

THE GREAT TUNNELS.

ship Edith Mary, which left Ascension for Sfc. John’s, Newfoundland, on the 12th September, is regarded lost. Two of her lifebuoys have been picked up west of Cape St. Mary. She carried a crew of ten, including four Scotch apprentices. The Edith Mary
January 23, 1905 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
FASHIONABLE MARRIAGE.

FASHIONABLE MARRIAGE.

6TR WM. MAHON, BART—HONOURABLE EDITH DILLON. At tie Parish Church, Ahascragh, on the 25th in**., the marriage Sir Wm. Henry Mahon, Bart., D. 8.0. (brother of Lady Roe) and the Honourable Edith Dillon, second daughter Lord and Lady Clonbrock
January 27, 1905 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland