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FEBRUARY.

FEBRUARY.

orgspiMd persecution the Hebrew race Russia , _ ,, 7th—Marriage of Mr. Thomas .T. Dixon, .1.1 . eldest son of the Lord Mayor Mas Edith Stewart Clerk, youngest daughter Mr, Mrs. Stewart Clark, of Ustle, boom weekly meeting of the Library snd TeelraiMl Instruction
December 31, 1906 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MIDLAND TRIBUNE & KING'S COUNTY VINDICATOR SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1906

MIDLAND TRIBUNE & KING'S COUNTY VINDICATOR SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1906

note from Cousin Dorothy. Ive been waiting lung for that letter, ton.'' "Edith." said Bobby, and his voice sounded like the voice of an avenging angel, "don't touch that letter!' Edith gazed at him in blank astonishment. "1-1 think... went on Bobby weakly
December 29, 1906 - Midland Tribune - Birr, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
A MOBTLAKE MYSTERY.

A MOBTLAKE MYSTERY.

MOBTLAKE MYSTERY. Instead ot being married Ibis Christmas, Edith Pitch, a Falham young woman, famished subject (or coroner’s inquest. This was held Mortlake on Wednesday, when it was stated that the girl's body was found on the Thames foreshore on the
December 29, 1906 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
quay national school.

quay national school.

drill by the boya i Cobblora, by the children ; dialogue. Meetere Jack Pearn and Dick Smyth ; song. Lydia Coad recitation, Edith McCarthy ieong.‘XmaeCarol,’ by the children; nlanoforto eolo, Coad citation, Rupert bell; action long, • Tea Party,’ by children
December 29, 1906 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
BALLIXONLI FLAX MARKET.

BALLIXONLI FLAX MARKET.

Never Wlawcn. rid walked over this morning." not a quick medicine. Ile'oblie • ted D yearn Path. ahou•anoe of reetunouists. Edith Nett.' Mind now, so you art safely Leavy M alma. Ltd., Lloolsiela, M, Matsu:a liaLed Ilia Mr. P. Malibu Law. caclaimad Cue
December 29, 1906 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 

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AWARDS.

AWARDS.

Shannon.—Thanks for your pretty card. Grata, Cloyne.—l thought your rhyme very good. John, Cloneygown.—You are very welcome. Edith, Corbollis.—l hope yon will enjoy this Christmas as much. GRANNY’S PLAY-GROUND. BULKS. Throe Packets of Irish Pictore Postcards
December 29, 1906 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
needing the glory of Him who was " anon . with the oil of 'lathier alone Hit fellows." Fort the

needing the glory of Him who was " anon . with the oil of 'lathier alone Hit fellows." Fort the

Ranger, Mr. E Kennedy lined out the terns as follow.,—Stndlert+—goal. A. WAli.ter I nt eka Mff'ourt and Laverty: half helot, Edith, Liken aml Nl'Mullan : forwanla D. M'Ali.ter, .1. Nl•Seill, F.. Dwine and H. WWI., Hero.— i.ial, IV. Stewart backs, Haughey
December 29, 1906 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ST. MARGARET’S HALL BURLINGTON AND MESPIL ROADS, DUBLIN. This School will Re-open after the Vacation on TUESDAY, JANUARY 15ih, 1907.

ST. MARGARET’S HALL BURLINGTON AND MESPIL ROADS, DUBLIN. This School will Re-open after the Vacation on TUESDAY, JANUARY 15ih, 1907.

Preparatory Classes for Boys attached tlie School. A few Vacancies for Boarders. For Prospectus and ail partlculrcs applv MISS EDITH F. BADHAM, 8.A., T.C.D., and First Honours, Historical Tripos, Cantab.
December 29, 1906 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PORTADOWN NEW.3-SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1906.

THE PORTADOWN NEW.3-SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1906.

ILLUSTRATED FUN. He (who has known her three days only)s "May I call you Edith?" She: "I don't See why ; my parents thought Emily was quite good enough." She: "Is there any difference between a fort and
December 29, 1906 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
LONGFORD JOURNAL—SATURDAY. DECEMBER 29, 190 ft.

LONGFORD JOURNAL—SATURDAY. DECEMBER 29, 190 ft.

ILLUSTRATED FUN. He (who has known her three days only): "May I call you Edith?” She: "I don’t see why; my parents thought Emily was quite good enough. She: "Is there any difference between fort and fortress
December 29, 1906 - Longford Journal - Longford, Longford, Republic of Ireland