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FRUIT GROWING.

FRUIT GROWING.

ifly, Trinity Oolbaai Hr. O. H. OMham. B. ; Ml. Geo. Sigeaon, ®«peaito, »CT. George O'Neill, 8.J.; Mr. «t J' M-Netay,' Mite Edith Oidham, Mr*. C, W. Wilton, E- Griffitfa, C. R. aeojd>egan, J £. Geostkegan, Atribrose Kelly, JAliaa.,Craig, Miaa 3L Maher,
October 11, 1905 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
amusements. THEATRE ROYAL. -the prince of ■r.* latest Ameriom oomodj-, . Spilsen,'' Vrrmk. IHjlcy and *:;• Jtoyal to sparte aodKracc,

amusements. THEATRE ROYAL. -the prince of ■r.* latest Ameriom oomodj-, . Spilsen,'' Vrrmk. IHjlcy and *:;• Jtoyal to sparte aodKracc,

What bapp« Z°' matter of tact, to many than wtat Lieutenant Tom Wagner, ol the „ Navv, for the latter m ; dleWaSi oi protev .Edith Adama, 1 example which is courageously fol f .L | rc.U Pifeen,” who; Vmaldi with dainty and charming ,m« r The maclnnalioeis
October 24, 1905 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DROGHEDA INDEPENDENT, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, xgos.

THE DROGHEDA INDEPENDENT, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, xgos.

and the sculptor ors most incongruous. Edith would explain it by saying that she found in Janet the humane part of her which Ind somehow got mislaid or lost long ago; and Janet would sigh over the cleverness. of Edith', caricatures, even while her eye brightened
October 21, 1905 - Drogheda Independent - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
S E MEN T S. theatre royal. •THE OF PIIaSEN.” West American comply, , p-lscn," Prank Unstave <c presented last

S E MEN T S. theatre royal. •THE OF PIIaSEN.” West American comply, , p-lscn," Prank Unstave <c presented last

, «. » mailer fact, of far less many than wliat happens Wagner, the tinted ' ,x ’' f., tfao latter sucoe»ds in gaining of Edith Adams, a Vaasar which is courageously followed , real Piken," whomak«« w ,tft dainty and charming Nellie j,o machinations Mrs
October 24, 1905 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PROFESSOR MAHAFFY’S IDEAS.

PROFESSOR MAHAFFY’S IDEAS.

>rchcstra and ieUn»iuishing the competitions for composers. The committee to non* w with great regret the resignation Miss Edith Oldham die position lion, secretary. Ls, however, pleasant to ablo to add that Miss Oldham will continue to take an .ctive
October 14, 1905 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 

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the brother of the missing girl. “For the last few years Edith been in the habit of collecting rents for

the brother of the missing girl. “For the last few years Edith been in the habit of collecting rents for

the brother of the missing girl. “For the last few years Edith been in the habit of collecting rents for her father. On Wednesday she left home about 9 a.m.. and took train from New Barnet for Potter’s Bar. where eh© collected some money, and then proceeded'
October 27, 1905 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE QUEEN'S THEATRE.

THE QUEEN'S THEATRE.

of "Meohael Graham." which be has how performed over two thousand tenwit, and the role of Edith. the convict's, daurhter, was most gracefully filled by Mies' Edith Savory. The other parts were played by Miss PAYlies Gibbon, Mira Mamie Osnionce, l Mowers
October 3, 1905 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MESSRS. ARNOTTB AOCOI >T.

MESSRS. ARNOTTB AOCOI >T.

MacCarthy was the chair, and the included—Mrs. Jonathan Hogg, Mrs. Patrick Hare, Mias Hare, Mre. Hill«k. Miss CFHca, Miss Edith Oldham; Mcrsrs. Henry Alien, Rev. H. Bewerange, J. C. Colwick. kfos-D.; George Crve, R. C. Verson, L. L. Dix, George Fottrell
October 19, 1905 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RECITAL ON THE NEW ORGAN.

RECITAL ON THE NEW ORGAN.

concert fantasia in played Miss Eva Newel, organist of St. Paul’s Church, Glenageary; the ** Tannhsoser March, played by Miss Edith Lyons, organist to the Omrcb the Holy Familv, Aughrim street; Sonata on the 94th Psalm, played Miss Agnes Gillespie, organist
October 27, 1905 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CROSS-CHAKSEL STEAMERS

CROSS-CHAKSEL STEAMERS

Miss Ada Meldcm, and Mr*. SI. Longmore. Mr Mr* ne. Mua Wvnwark, Mus Dundas. and Mia Hartnett, Mrs. Ellivnit, Mr*, and Miss Edith Ormaby, Mr Ut«w. Mr. Redmond Barry. ; H. MaatsMe, Dr. Andrew roll, J W.’ Judd. Mias Judd. Wood. .Mr H Wood. Mr. 1 A Ear., L
October 13, 1905 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland