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SUCCESSES FOR 1904.

SUCCESSES FOR 1904.

School, in Composition, Intermediate Examinations —£I—Edith1 —Edith Prenter. Prizes Awarded the Results ok Easteb Examinations. Gnelish Form M’Kelvey. Fonii —Aileen Wilson. Form lll.—Edith Hamilton. Form IV.—Mabel Harper. Form V—Meg M La?fn.-Fonn IL-Ail»n
June 29, 1906 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
GRANNY’S PLAY GROUND.

GRANNY’S PLAY GROUND.

WINNERS. Master Samuel tlunlop, aged 12, 10 SackviUe street, Belfast. Miss Jeannie M'Combrie, Whiteabbey, Co. Antrim. . ... Miss Edith O’Neill, aged 14, Plumbndge, Co. Tyrone. . , . Correct answers also received from— Georgina Laird, Serafina Stokes, Harold
November 24, 1906 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
mHEA T k K * TO-NIGHT, at 7JO. MATINEE, FBIDAT, 2 p.m. TXB mr BCAXA tksatbe

mHEA T k K * TO-NIGHT, at 7JO. MATINEE, FBIDAT, 2 p.m. TXB mr BCAXA tksatbe

TO-NIGHT, at 7JO. MATINEE, FBIDAT, 2 p.m. TXB mr tksatbe A L . ROYAL DIVORCE.” * FRIDAY EVENING, Job* lit, BENEFIT OF HISS EDITH COLE. The Famoue Band cl the Ist royal inniskillirb fusiliers (By kind permiMion Colonel Q. M. U'KENZIE and OFFICERS) Will
May 30, 1906 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FVBLiC AMVSBMENTS. HEATRE ROYAL. TO-NKIUT, MARLY DOOBB A* to. At T.a TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. ROYAL DIVORCE. Grand Sonrcnlr Sight and Irntfll

FVBLiC AMVSBMENTS. HEATRE ROYAL. TO-NKIUT, MARLY DOOBB A* to. At T.a TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. ROYAL DIVORCE. Grand Sonrcnlr Sight and Irntfll

HEATRE ROYAL. TO-NKIUT, MARLY DOOBB A* to. At T.a TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. ROYAL DIVORCE. Grand Sonrcnlr Sight and Irntfll te EDITH COLE. AND OP TUB 87th ROYAL IRISH FDSIUERS (FAUGH-A-BALLAGHS) ow -. Will, by klntlpermlMloo Cotooet F. F Hffl. amt OSrw of
June 8, 1906 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WHITEHEAD CLUB.

WHITEHEAD CLUB.

played. The fodowjntj are . First Round—Mias Edith and T. Boyd beat Mil*. and J. H, Thoroaa -fi 4. Mm. Adam* A. K. Lecu. Hjh Boyd and A. N. Other—s and 2. Becond Round— .Mm. Adams and A. E. WeDa*. eon U*nt Mies Edith Binclair and T. Blair Boyd-2 and I. Mbs
April 20, 1906 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ACADEMY TRINE WECYCZA

ACADEMY TRINE WECYCZA

Mr. A. Dolton. Mdtes Arturfon g. Jo. Phin. Newts:au, Jo.,ephtor C.f. Era leg. P. Eileen Reidy, Rathlmo Smyth. Bertha Dowse. Edith Capita. FA11 ., 11 Keit , .1. , M`Carthy. Lilian Dosse s Marjo,. Graham, St 8010111019 Rosenberg. Misses Elorroce Ether. t
June 7, 1906 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The lest Com Flour

The lest Com Flour

rendered by seven school girls, Misses Jean and Bella Brown, Maggie, Francis and May Smyth, Martha and Annie Stecnson, and Edith M'Clean. The chairman reviewed the work of the society during the season, which was very encouraging and hopeful, he showed
March 22, 1906 - Tyrone Courier - Dungannon, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
GILLESPIE & WOODSIDE,

GILLESPIE & WOODSIDE,

MISS EDITH COLE. The FAMOUS BAND of the ROYAL INNISKILLING FUSILIERS (By kind peraiMioo Colonel O. M. M-KKNZIE and OFFICERS) Will play ECRER3BERG “THE BATTLE WATERLOO.” Mr. ALFRED TURNER. Bandmaster. A MAGNIFICENT SOUVENIR PHOTOGRAPH of Miss EDITH COLE
June 1, 1906 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. BALDOYLL, 800TH UNION. KILLALOE, WILMA, CLONDUIL, CLONMEL MINT. "SPORT" &Math ..11 00..0 abaft with Nebo Ow Minor, .11

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. BALDOYLL, 800TH UNION. KILLALOE, WILMA, CLONDUIL, CLONMEL MINT. "SPORT" &Math ..11 00..0 abaft with Nebo Ow Minor, .11

week. PR E ONE PEKNY. IMO "A Royal Divorce" at the THeatre Royal Mr. W. W Hellvp "A Royal Divoree'l CeeleatY. Mehiding Misr Edith Cole. in beau wonderful imeersonatioo of The Emmett Josephine." and Mr. F. 36oyes as "Napotece. Miss Elisabeth Wane. Missal=
June 1, 1906 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
‘‘CUSWipA.”

‘‘CUSWipA.”

only, eaak, eterywbera A MOUNTAIN TI^A.GEi)Ye GIRL MUBDKRBD. \ The sad fate of Edith Wall, mothmleis teveai vtar-old girl, who.had aadearad herself wery«^ttn MoamoothstaM Edith lived wHh bar father and grandnotber i* and'WM priof tbahoma. Weineaday night
March 10, 1906 - Longford Journal - Longford, Longford, Republic of Ireland