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DONALD O’SULLIVAN BEARE.

DONALD O’SULLIVAN BEARE.

leaving Edith gazing the picture, while the little aspiration rang through her heart like a deep-toned bell—only for a moment, however, tor she dashed the tears from her eyes angrily. “What I thinking of let the aroma old superstition enthral me? Edith, you
January 4, 1908 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
STATUTORY NOTICE TO CREDITORS.

STATUTORY NOTICE TO CREDITORS.

Bend dorm thy touch to meet; The clover- blowsoms in the grass, Rise up to kiss thy feet " Had not he also thought of his Edith throughnut the service, and throughout the sermon, and was be not now standing by her side, in the old churchyard, that to
June 6, 1908 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
XHiL SA'TTT.nDAY MORISIISiG,

XHiL SA'TTT.nDAY MORISIISiG,

Lady Edith, to 1 Marakesh, 100 to 7 others. Squint It filly commenced slowly. Discharged mqde the running from Flores. Malmesbury and Lady Edith, till entering the straight, when Flores assumed oommur.d, buit gave way at the distance Lady Edith, who stalled
September 12, 1908 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CARLOW SENTINEL, SATURI)AY, FEBRUARY 1, 1908. a - O BIND MR. DELANEY, Management of Grass Land. RANDOM READINGS. SOMETHING

THE CARLOW SENTINEL, SATURI)AY, FEBRUARY 1, 1908. a - O BIND MR. DELANEY, Management of Grass Land. RANDOM READINGS. SOMETHING

some prevents ay Wag EDITH'S PROMISE. and Tows Teoasts' Let, shall be lodged tas Damao err lO 301 166 7 VlO 10 It of Ida mph. Imam alas ebaune the of mann Its thallowasat "Moral sad *WWI, taken ma'am° when "g a g ed " Now, Edith. I meet go and use poor
February 1, 1908 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KILKENNY TRAGEDY, PRISONER BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. AN EXCITING ARREST. William Butler, an Army Rewire man, who, it is killed

THE KILKENNY TRAGEDY, PRISONER BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. AN EXCITING ARREST. William Butler, an Army Rewire man, who, it is killed

(Honours)—Agnes. \llen, George Allen. Matilda Barton. Maud | Beattie. Sydney Boyd. Alice Maud Curran, William Curran. Eileen Edith Dick-1 son, Helen Elliot. Martha Ellison, Ethel guson, Norah Gallaher, Elsie Grahatne. Lucy j Gregg. Marjorie Harris, Helen
June 20, 1908 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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HONOURABLE MENTION.

HONOURABLE MENTION.

Hanna, May M'DoweH. Edith Nichols, Mary Rea. May Robinson, Maude Tate, Isabel Tougher, Mary Walker. OlWe Walker. German—Helen Elliot, Dorothy Hamilton, Anna Nesbitt, Edith Nichols, Mary Rea. MATHEMATICS. PRIZES. Janet 8. Nichols, Edith Nichols, Olive Walker
November 10, 1908 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
(Winner trained by Peacock.)

(Winner trained by Peacock.)

(Winner trained Peacock.) , a«»t Edith. 2 1 agat E*.4i l ’'C 1 srM Mwa Friday, and to 1 of* «nv Frtdav wn. trot away from Dube S«-»rr > Laly Keith, with Birk Crag laat, to tbo bend. **»*n Mi v ran wide, and Indy Edith went frnr* Buxom Girl and Crag. Nil
August 19, 1908 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Mr. W. E. Berry's Cowart

Mr. W. E. Berry's Cowart

F. A. I). Monteirpery. Omaeh sang sweetly "Who'll buy m• lavender" (F.. German). Mr. Remy playing the accompaniments. Mi. Edith in her rindering ot "Annie I aurie," fairly brought dawn the house. Miss can e all th e trier En-land to contribute to the
November 7, 1908 - Strabane Weekly News - Strabane, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
PLAGUE AT SINGAPORE.

PLAGUE AT SINGAPORE.

fond of Edith, but hat only just found out tbst i*_ liab'o married for any damages she may incur in a libel action. She ie very fond speaking the truth, and the truth is so very awkward. Could she not be induced to hold her tongue in public. Edith comes
May 13, 1908 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DONCASTER.

DONCASTER.

to each TI. ftlty and Bridewain, ag«t Lady Edith, agst Mara* ke«h. 7 asst any other. The Rquint 11. fillv got badly and IH«- made the rnnning from Flores and with Brldewain next. Below ibedi<- luidy Edith drew the front, followed Bridewain, and won by
September 12, 1908 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland