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MARY E. BLAKE,

MARY E. BLAKE,

is with me, Edith. I have Poked intoyour eyes, and I know that for me you are the one woman in all the world !" "But you have seen me twice," Edith objected. Would you mind telling me—was it the beggar girl you fell in love with or Edith Fordyce?" "Dear
September 9, 1905 - Kerryman - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TEN YEARS PROGRESS.

TEN YEARS PROGRESS.

Lillie Brown (14), do. Darning on wool-1, May Jamfrey (12), Derryloran; 2, Edith Wright, (14), do.; 3, Lydia Rodgers (14), Balliaderry. Patching or mending, white material-1, Edith Wright (II), Derryloran; 2, May Jamfrey (1 3 ), do.; 3, Liege Harris (13)
September 9, 1905 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
MEGAW-SMITH.

MEGAW-SMITH.

11ev. and Mrs. J. H. Leslie, Chesterfield sofa; the Misses Leslie, embroidered cloth ; Mrs. Christie pianoforte;Miller. Miss Edith Christie Miller. pierced silver fruit baskets; Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Christie Miler, pair silver sauce horns; Mr. C W. Christie
September 15, 1905 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
SUFMAEY OF NEWS.

SUFMAEY OF NEWS.

them- tflE Y. \RTHQUAKE ITALY. T-, has awakened to the fact, p.,™ of what seened to he in- . «ing to lack definite and Miss Edith Balfour, her article in the " National ScvUe,** to which we have already referred, states that it is very difficult be s successful
September 12, 1905 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NORTHERN WHIG. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. IHOS.

THE NORTHERN WHIG. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. IHOS.

trenchantly. M. I.oc Str.ichey has article of .“v ° literary interest •'Sea-powerand thcPocta. Week in Western Ireland, by Miss Edith Baltuur, betrays genuine insight and ayimualhy. The conclusion of the writer la thnt, while she cannot attempt sort classify
September 13, 1905 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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GOAL STEALING.

GOAL STEALING.

last week,when remand was granted until yesterday (Friday). Mr Jones, solicitor, appealed for the Postmaster- General. Miss Edith Capsey, Castlowood Park, Rafchtninee, deposed that on the Ist August last she enclosed postal order fjr a letter addressed
September 30, 1905 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
don playa, Edith 3L &very 611. the role of Edith, Net - ilk's adopted daughter. An attractive bill of fare

don playa, Edith 3L &very 611. the role of Edith, Net - ilk's adopted daughter. An attractive bill of fare

don playa, Edith 3L &very 611. the role of Edith, Net - ilk's adopted daughter. An attractive bill of fare is provided at the Empire for the coming week. The Salhinis are sore to prove en effective turn in their Merge porpoorri act. Norman French tills
September 30, 1905 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Yacerixo.

Yacerixo.

llmin., and Edith 19ntin., went ins hard, easterly wind. Mimosa had best of the send-off, and really led all round, but she failed to take the prise, as lona was only lOtnin. astern of her at the finish, and thus weal by • minute. Edith gave up near
September 30, 1905 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STRAND HOUSE SCHOOL. LONDONDERRY.

STRAND HOUSE SCHOOL. LONDONDERRY.

Gilmore, Helen MaoDoweU, Evelyn Smyth, Jane Watson. MIDDLE GRADE. May Andrews, Marjorie Chapman, Minnie Cooke, Amy Fulton, Edith Gil Allan, Mabel MaoDoweU, Eeeie Mitchell, Frank Toland. JUNIOR GRADE, Evelyn Adams, Susie Blakeney, Frances Clements, Dorothy
September 5, 1905 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
MARRIAGES

MARRIAGES

daughter of Craig. Belfast. GKKEVf.S -WRlGHT—September 6. John Theo. (Jreeve*. son of Thomas M. Greeves, j Strandlown. to Edith Mary, daughter .losepb Wright, F.G.8., 4, Alfred Street. Helfast. 311 RDOCH MURRAY—September 6. at St. .lsMie>' Church, the
September 8, 1905 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland