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ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY OF

ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY OF

Ward. Violin—Miss Bertha Dowse, Miss Florence TomlmsoQ, Miss Edith Ooplin, Miss Edith Kelly, M'ss Dorothy Jepnson, Miss Howes, Miss Alioe M‘Carthy, Miss Lena Dempsey', Miss Edith Coplm, Mies Edith Kelly Miss Alice M‘Carthy. Violincello—Miss Constance S
June 7, 1906 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
'STEWING TELEGRAPH: THURSDAY 4 Jr-NE T. 1906

'STEWING TELEGRAPH: THURSDAY 4 Jr-NE T. 1906

Tointineen. Second (fade !or Unireraities of this ...entry ,First prise, ',Las Edith Conlin, Third Grade shield. therefore, eery much misstate es le iPi re, -rim prise. Miss Edith Kelly ; third the policy of is Ire-1 'prise, Miss Dorothy &Throe ;lead the
June 7, 1906 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ALLEfJTTD BREArH OP PARUAMENTART PiUVILBOE.

ALLEfJTTD BREArH OP PARUAMENTART PiUVILBOE.

ilise -Berthe I>owm ; second prise, Miss Florence Torniissoa. Second Grade (Piece)— Pint prize, 3fin Edith Cop! in. Tlrird Grade (Piec^ —Pint prise. Miss Edith Kelly; third pnse, Miss Domibj Jephson. Viotm— (Scales sad Eserrises) Vaaddleor”).—Second priae
June 7, 1906 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY OF MUSIC.

ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY OF MUSIC.

prim Mia Edith Coptln. ThinMlndn.—FiatrfmMia Edith Kelly: third P, vslia (HaJa sod KzScisce) Vsadriewr “).- prim Mia LUrida Howes. Mia Alice McCarthy. First Grade.-Second prize, Mia Lena Dempsey. Sorood Grade.—Thinl prise, Mia Edith Third Edith Krily.
June 7, 1906 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CURED BY CUTICURA WHEN HOPE HAD GONE

CURED BY CUTICURA WHEN HOPE HAD GONE

ready drop. She leaned almost helplessly against her preserver, and familiar, but agitated, voice voice asked eagerly—- -Edith!—Edith, what brings you hero?” •‘ The gaoler and Sir Douglas Dart son -they have tricked me, caught mo, and carried off; but I
June 8, 1906 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 

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DON’T FORGET THE SPORTS

DON’T FORGET THE SPORTS

First Place School, in Composition, Intermediate Examinations. £1—Edith Prenter. PRIZES AWARDED ON THE RESULTS OF EASTER EXAMINATIONS. ENGLISH. Form Eva M'Kblvet. Form Wilson, i orm Hl—Edith Hamilton. Form IV.—BTabil Harper. Form V.-Mstf MacDermott. LATIN
June 28, 1906 - Tyrone Courier - Dungannon, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
liven weekly to the children gaining for their answer CJranny’s question regard- Idr the subject of the week. All answers

liven weekly to the children gaining for their answer CJranny’s question regard- Idr the subject of the week. All answers

James, Shercock.—Your writing is very neat. I was pleased to hear of your school. Dora Finn, Edith Farquhartoni James Marron, Katie Marron, Helena Houston, Edith Harkness, Norman Taylor, Reginald Cartwright, Bertie Dowse, Willie Howe, Margaret Lyons, Kathleen
June 9, 1906 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BENEFIT OF MISS EDITH COLE.

BENEFIT OF MISS EDITH COLE.

BENEFIT OF MISS EDITH COLE. The Famour Band of IST royal inniskilling fusiliers (By kind peimifeioo of Colonel G. M. M'KENZIE and OFFICERS) Will play ECKEKSBEBG’S THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO” Mr. ALFRED TURNER. Bandmaator. A MAGNIFICENT SOUVENIR PHOTOGRAPH
June 1, 1906 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPRCIAi. ANNOUKCBMBKT. FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE Bth,

SPRCIAi. ANNOUKCBMBKT. FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE Bth,

MISS EDITH COLE. BAND 188 87th ROYAL IRISH FUSILIERS (PAUGH-A-BALLAGHS) WIU. Colonel F. Hill. DSO. and Ref went. Play Musbi “THK BATTLE OF WATERLOO. Under UioCamluetoodiipof Mr. DUNNE (BMdmmtwJ. Ceos Uito oeraxion a Mm«nltkc«it Souvenir of EDITH OOLU
June 6, 1906 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AMUSEMENTS.

AMUSEMENTS.

TO-NIGHT. ROYAL £)IVORCE. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. TO-MORROW NIGHT (FRIDAY Grand Souvenir Night and Complimentary Benefit MISS EDITH COLE. BAND OF THE 87th ROYAL IRISH FUSILIERS (FAUGH-A-BALLAGHS) 60 PERFORMERS, Will, kind permission of Colonel F. F. Hill
June 7, 1906 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland