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DISASTROUS FIRE NEAR DUN-

DISASTROUS FIRE NEAR DUN-

Willie Murray. GOOD CONDUCT MEDALS— Miss u..j M'Culiough, Miss Edith Walker (ecuali ter Wallace Smyth, Master Willie J. si,*!? (equal). PRIZE from Mr. Willie Finlay, Canada dollars)—Miss Edith Walker. 11 GOOD ATTENDANCE-Kot Absent for Five Yearn—Jennie White
November 8, 1906 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SENIOR GRADE

SENIOR GRADE

Sydney-place, Cork Weatherup, S. G, Victoria H. Scdi, Lon-derry Prizes Value £3. Campbell, M , Rutland School, Dublin. Prenter, Edith, Girls’ School, Dungannon. £l* Ferguson. Margaret, The Acad., Ballymena. Kirwan, C., Sacred Heart Con., Waterford, (arson,
September 13, 1906 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A TALK OP VILLAINY.

A TALK OP VILLAINY.

Ido not think I am much to blame/* “ Thie all very mysterious to ma,” said Edith Wilton, turning Raike. Dr. Hartley has all along declared that Miss Medland was you. B< th—Edith. It will long time before I cease to make that mistake. Now, will yon all
September 22, 1906 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHAPTER XXIII. A TALK OR VILLAINY.

CHAPTER XXIII. A TALK OR VILLAINY.

to me.” said him in the morning.” i Edith Wilton, turning to Raike. You think that Sir Francis Jinew that , »• Hartley has all along declared that the machinery was being startodf ” igll Medland was you, Beth—Edith. It will ”Of course he did. He put ths
September 22, 1906 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROYAL UNIVERSITY OF

ROYAL UNIVERSITY OF

Second University Examination. Honours in Latin—First Class—Morphy, Jeremiah M. (Sch,). University College, Dublin ; Jamison, Edith R.L. Second Class Kellv. Hugh, St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth; Rah illy, Alfred J. (Sch.), University College, Dublin; M’Caffrey
July 30, 1906 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TOWN OF PORTRUSH.

TOWN OF PORTRUSH.

and his daughter, Miss Edith de Burgh l'ottingcr, of Salisbury House. The testator bequeathed £lOO to his said brother, fell to the said Mr. Barlow, £1,1551 to his daughter, Katie Dora Pottinger ; £l,OOO to his said daughter, Edith do Burgh l'ottinger,
February 24, 1906 - Northern Constitution - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST STEAMER IN COLLISION. MURDER AND SUICIDE

BELFAST STEAMER IN COLLISION. MURDER AND SUICIDE

rushed from hotu-c. followed Amy, and little Edith, weak from Ires blood, steered after -her sisters, but fell twice on the path which leads from the houee. Hearing the screams, a Mm. l.yncb. ran out. and seeing Edith lying on the path, she carried her into
July 28, 1906 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WILL OF COLONEL E. T. POTTINGER

WILL OF COLONEL E. T. POTTINGER

Afghan war, 1841-42. in trust for his daughter, Edith Burgh Pettinger, for life, with remainder to his said brother, to devolve in liis family heirloom. The residue his estate left trust for his said daughter Edith for life, with remainder to her children and
February 21, 1906 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Concert at Connor.

Concert at Connor.

Misses Arthur: dance. “The Cake walk,’ Miss Edith Millar and Master Reggie Millar, Ballymena; song. Alice, where art thou," Mr. Ross : violin sole. Miss Violet Smith, Belfast; recitation, Mr. Kirk ; .lance, Mis- Edith Millar. Miss Malian, Ballymena, played
February 9, 1906 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EDUCATION.

EDUCATION.

(Lower)—Dorotby Coartland Humiltou. Form 11.—Helen Archibald. Form I.—Molly Walker. Latin*. —Edith Rea, Janet Smiles Nichols. French. —Edith Rea, Janet Smiles Nichols, Edith M. Nichols, Betty Kirkpatrick, Maude Tate. English Literature and Composition (Prize
November 14, 1906 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland