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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
 
First Holywood Presbyterian Church.

First Holywood Presbyterian Church.

Cat," Miaa Neal Blair: asaff, Ucaatifal Flewen.’* girta of Snlliraa School: duct. “Where aroyea yoiag, pretty maid*" by Min Edith Campbell aad Maater Alick Ward: rccitatioa, "Onr Baby," b* Min Pauy Moorhead; rjolia aolo Min Ethel M'Kee, dialogne, “TbaLady
March 9, 1906 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
H.M.S. SKIPIACK

H.M.S. SKIPIACK

consisted of the following items :—Song (illustrated), "Day by Day,' Mr. Hugh M'Cormick; song, "Kathleen Ma- %carmen," Miss Edith Henry; song (illustrated) "The Lost Chord," Mr. R. T. Mahood; musical melange, "Black Ben Polka March," Miss E. Hunter, Mews
November 23, 1906 - County Down Spectator and Ulster Standard - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
ABREBTEB LN DROGHtDA

ABREBTEB LN DROGHtDA

Ceawdirabli inurm waa militate ad ia tta can aa tta pttefat wall known the aty te i t* ■M MParas. The charge apaiate. Mrs. Edith Chandler, al 14 Mantca arnae, Blaokrock, that tta Did ca tta Uth March fahmioady. Iraadnlaatly, and nmlawtelly fata, decay
March 16, 1906 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WELSH MOUNTAIN TRAGEDY

WELSH MOUNTAIN TRAGEDY

IMPORTANT EVIDENCE. A inquiry rapedmp; Ibc of tha httlp giri, Edith Wall, »«* found » mount*in New T/cAgar, lihym V*Uey. was resumed yemcrrfay Lnris Pnechard, who RMda diacoTery, wa® caUad. ctatad that uotwahaundinc the rough sight
March 13, 1906 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY OF MUSIC.

ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY OF MUSIC.

pianoforte with admirable taste, and the berceuse “Angels guard thee,” Godard, was artistically sung by Mies Elsie Warham, Miss Edith Vance playing sympathetic ’cello obbligato in a way that one would expect from this accomplished young lady. Mias Estelle Cohen
April 6, 1906 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY,

OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY,

daughter, Katie Dora. £l,OOO to his daughter Edith. He left the silver vase presented to hie uncle, Major Eldred Pottinger, by the prisoners in the Afghan Al - or. 1841.42, in trust for his daughter Edith for life, with remainder to his brother, to devolve
February 20, 1906 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATRE ROYAL.

THEATRE ROYAL.

Big Attraction Next Week. Mr. W. W. K«llj’a Eojal DiTO^C6 ,, Company, including Him Edith in h«r wonderful impersonation of M The Empreaa Josephine,** and Mr. Fred ** Napoleor,” Miss Elizabeth Watson, Miss Clara Earle, Miss Ley ale Crore
May 25, 1906 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROYAL BRITISH MAIL ROUTE. Via (BAttWICH-HOOK OF HOLLAKD. Daily Eiaraaa to Barite. Laipaia, Dreadea, Cheap Toon in Holland, Belgium, Germany,

ROYAL BRITISH MAIL ROUTE. Via (BAttWICH-HOOK OF HOLLAKD. Daily Eiaraaa to Barite. Laipaia, Dreadea, Cheap Toon in Holland, Belgium, Germany,

ABTBUB Petitlenar; Bil Lag. Beapoadaat. and aeparala credit Uowari Legacy 1 hereby give aotine that upon the aaalleattoa of Edith fat— and tba Ibaaeto WU Ham Blake. Eseentrlz rad Kzeeutor O'Neill, an Order made by the Bight the Mao— of the Boll* the lath
June 16, 1906 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
YOU LSad A <5 LEG

YOU LSad A <5 LEG

C’himh, Dublin, the Kev. T. II Seale. John Francis. m»ii ol Margaret and the late (Jeorgc Sievewright. The J*jen. Cone, to Edith Maud, fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wright, Shaiico llou»‘, hmyrale, to. Monaghan. STEVENSON and NOBLE-On the 24th
June 2, 1906 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland