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EXHIBITIONS AND HONORS.

EXHIBITIONS AND HONORS.

LAMINATION. Ht.nours in Latin and ll.glih—F t irst Class— Jamison. Edith R. L., Q. Co, BeHaa. Honours in French—First Class—Anderson. Mary 11.. Loreto Coll., Stephen's Green, Dublin; Jamison, Edith R. L., Q. Coll., Belfast; Second Class—M'Caughtu, Margaret V
August 5, 1905 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
►ACVLTY Of Aare.

►ACVLTY Of Aare.

Vie. College, Belfast. Ckla9elilf 'it Latin — Jamison, Edith R. L. Q. Coll., Belfast. Honours in French—First t.lass—Anderstio, Karr 11.. Loreto Coll., titephetis Wert,. Dols lin :- Jamison, Edith R. L.. Q. Coll.. Relfast Maryann V., Q. Coll., Belfast
August 3, 1905 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COLERAINE MODEL iSCROOL.

COLERAINE MODEL iSCROOL.

Callaghan, Kathleen Paul, Gordon Watson, Fraser Giles, William Todd, Marion Paul, Frank Barrie, Bertie An. drew ll'Donald, Edith Lecky, Samuelßankn, Jean Rutherford. First Class--Emmeline Gilmore, Graham Stuart and Kate Hunter Mullah, Jack Baker, Tony
August 19, 1905 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
TKO LOTS XL J. B. DOCOLAO. J.P.

TKO LOTS XL J. B. DOCOLAO. J.P.

Callaghan. Kathleen Paul, Gordon Waison, Fraser (Lies, Williams Todd, Marlon Pull. Frank Barrie. Beetle Henry, Andrew Nl•Danald, Edith* Lecky, Samuel Rankin, Jean Rutherford. First Class—Emmeline 01Imam, Graham Stuart, Kara Heater (equal), leek Baker, Tony Caldwell
August 19, 1905 - Northern Constitution - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
MR. JAMES FORREST

MR. JAMES FORREST

effects to his wife, Mrs. Edith Forrest, with immediate legacy of £2OO. and annoitv tor life of £5OO, and be loft the ultimaite residue of his estate one- to his said son. Major James For- and c« Iwo-thirds between his daughters, Edith, the wife of Mr. Herbert
August 12, 1905 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 

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August 30, 1905 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ballyreedy.

Ballyreedy.

Lizzie Maosfield. Senior—lst, James Neill, Nnrah Rewell; 2nd, Gerald Howard. Division I—let, John Mansfield, May Gibson, Edith Rewell; 2nd, Crawford Leslie, Thomas Gibeon. Division II Ist. Lily Leslie, Thomas Leslie, Sam Mansfield, George Gibson, 2nd
August 9, 1905 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
ATTENDANCE PRIZES.

ATTENDANCE PRIZES.

O’Connor. Cahbrcivben. Ist, John Mansfield, Thomas Gibson, Lily Leslie, Tom Leslie, Sam Mansfield. Dingle, Ist, George Woodliffe, Edith Woodliffe, Violet Sleep, Charles Woodliffe, Saidee Hudson, Maggie Connell, Roberta Hudson. Vbntry. 2nd, John Williams Daisy
August 9, 1905 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
SPECIAL PRIZES.

SPECIAL PRIZES.

Law Challenge Cop, for the best pen of three store heifers. was won by Mr. Herbert Batches-ell. Creep, ftoseommon, and Hrs. Edith F. Nugent, Rosemount. Mosta, carried off the Hereford Challenge Cop for the best Hereford ball. The silver medal for the beat
August 9, 1905 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS.

PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS.

Elsie, ML-s Kathleen Ronayne; Zoe, Miss Maud Desmond; Irma, Miss Beatrice Hodson; Lucille, Miss Marion Grey; Heloiac, Miss Edith Lee (florista); Octave, Mr. Ernest Felicien, Mr, Tom Robertson (Florestan's friends); Max, Mr. Ralph Holland; Aehillo, Mr.
August 29, 1905 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland