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WISE AND OTHERWISE.

WISE AND OTHERWISE.

” “Why, what is the matter with the baby, Edith?” asked a visitor of a little girl who was trying to quiet the crying infant. “I don’t know,” replied Edith, “but 1 expect he needs tuning.” A lady asked Edith if she had any brother*. “Yes,’’ she said,
April 21, 1905 - Donegal Independent - Ballyshannon, Donegal, Republic of Ireland
 
WILL OP MISS J. REID.

WILL OP MISS J. REID.

the Sick Poor, bequeathed £750 to her niece Eleanor babel Wheeler, £750 her niece Annie S. Reid# £3OO to Lucy £. Pring, to Edith Young# and £lOO each to the executors of the will# those legacies being payable upon the death of her eater Ellen Reid, to
April 18, 1905 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
YESTERDAY IN THE LAW COURTS.

YESTERDAY IN THE LAW COURTS.

stated that prisoners, who had previous convictions, ere wanted at Salisbury and Bath. At the Central Criminal Court, London, Edith Simmons, a domestic servant, aged nineteen, was sentenced to twelve months’ hard labour for wounding a ’bus driver named Henry
April 6, 1905 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER WILLS*

ULSTER WILLS*

the Side Poor. She bequeathed £750 to her niece Eleanor babel Wheeler, to her niece Annie S. Reid, to Imcy B. Pring, £3OO Edith Young, and £lOO each the executors the will, these legacies being payable upon the death Iter sister, Ellen Reid, to whom testatrix
April 13, 1905 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WINDOW FLOWERS.

WINDOW FLOWERS.

in pain sod surprise. Miss Priscilla (aged forty): "No, Edith, I don't believe in these early marriages. You'll time enough to get tired of a man if you stay single for ten years longer l" Edith : "Time enough, mintier, but maybe no chance!" Tramp "Yes's
April 15, 1905 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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VARIETIES.

VARIETIES.

hundred times its own weight." Dear lr m. Eroot : " Whore boy did you our he was." Edith: "Papa mays he thinks you have courted Ine long mouth." Algy: "Ae doter Edith: "Yes; any. be thinks I am old enough DOW to pick oat a baabaad, aad stop fooling with
April 29, 1905 - Drogheda Independent - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
A MILLIONAIRE'S WEDDING.

A MILLIONAIRE'S WEDDING.

audience entnusiastically applauded the various items the following programme, which was rendered faultlessly:—Pianoforte solo, Edith Campbell; “Holy City;" recitation, Miss Megratfa; song, “Kiilarney, Mias Brownlee ; scarf drill ; 'recitation, “ The Bi>bop
April 6, 1905 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FUNAJTO.iIg^yCY.

FUNAJTO.iIg^yCY.

not surprised, Edith, that young Mr. Highmus prefers your society to that of Kate Oarfinghorn. She may be more dashing and coquettish, but sbe is far from being your equal in the enduring qualities of intellect and culture." Miss Edith: “Yes; that’s where
April 22, 1905 - Longford Journal - Longford, Longford, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO,, MEW YORK.

ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO,, MEW YORK.

mind was returned at BooUe yesterday in the case of a nurse named Mary Edith Deroham, who died from carbolic acid poisoning. At the Central Criminal Court, London, yesterday, Edith Simroonds we» soatenoed twelve months’ hard labour for wounding an omnibus
April 6, 1905 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STAGE AND GALLERY

STAGE AND GALLERY

which introduced into a theme where lose metiers predominant in an original and rcinuitie Isittion Tsai persons ars to M 1 EDITH joined ii. matrimony—ileeth Ormond and Amy Pperiver—tion good In their way. Sim is !opt to hang her motivation more on thatch
April 1, 1905 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland