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of 112 years, supplied by the Rev. W. T. Latimer, A. 8., of Eglish, also interesting Notes left ou record by the late Miss Edith Brown, of Donaghmore. It has very fine photographs of the Church, the New Hall, the Manse, and of several individuals who were
December 31, 1908 - Tyrone Courier - Dungannon, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
31, 1908.

31, 1908.

Greenland, which was explored the cost the lives of the leader and two of bis companions. Writing from Scutari-in-Albania. Miss Edith Durham discusses the conditions of travel in Balkan Peninsula. The new raaga zine suitably' illustrated. The "Cornliill Magazine”
December 31, 1908 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EVIDENCE.

EVIDENCE.

Assocation Board and Trinity College, Lower Forms A Kindergarten—Mis* Mabel James, Higher Certificate. F U. Student Mistress—Miss Edith Wilkinson, Prelim, NFU. Special attention is being paid to the teaching of young children in the Kindergarten Branch, and children
December 31, 1908 - Waterford Mirror and Tramore Visitor. - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
Waterford and Bishop Fey Endowed Schaal.. OYB' HIGH SCHOOL Some Beam= of the leadomatler NAM Sieve September, 1904 A SSISTANT

Waterford and Bishop Fey Endowed Schaal.. OYB' HIGH SCHOOL Some Beam= of the leadomatler NAM Sieve September, 1904 A SSISTANT

Amocation Board and Trinity College, Lower Forms A Kindergarten—Mine Mabel James, Higher Certificate. N F U. Student Mistress—Miss Edith Wilkinson, Prelim, N F U. Special attention is beingsaid to the teaching of young children in the Kindergarten Branch, and
December 30, 1908 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
LAIRD LINE NEW SAILINGS.

LAIRD LINE NEW SAILINGS.

connected with Oas !making ooncern. whit* bears We name, be to a ,direotor of many companies. Mr. and Mrs. Pts.r • a alighter. Edith. is married to Gant. Jawe Kelvinvon Cochrane, of the Leinster I Raorimest.
December 29, 1908 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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MARRIAGES

MARRIAGES

BENSON December 26. Christ's Church, Prestatyn. N. Wales, the Rev. M. J. Hughes, M.A.. James, son Walter 8011. Coagh. Tyrone, Edith, daughter the late g, S*. Denson. Liverpool. OARBOIt —LIVINGSTON—December Old St. Paul’s. Edinburgh, by- the Ret. A. E. Laurie
December 29, 1908 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BOY WHO WRITES AND PRINTS A

BOY WHO WRITES AND PRINTS A

8. Godfrey Bird, Mi» G. Thnft. E. Thrift, T. L. Drir>. Mr. A- H. Mr* Mafitfleton Cirtir. f'nrtta, WiUie M. CXirtia. Miss Edith Gelaton. Mus Mr. Wm. U. Mr/otaJSt “Ilk*!. M“r„L BCom-Tlir. 11. ►- Bmn. Mr. S. nMM. H. M. D. T'.wrahrnd, Dr. T B. Gordon Si
December 29, 1908 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HUMS IN FLAMES.

HUMS IN FLAMES.

Stratford: Emily Clark (thirtvtwo), Kingstone Road; Edward Madge (ten), Oxford Street, Stepney; Dorothy Baylor (eleven) and Edith Haylor (nine), Pitcfatord Street; Frank Carter (seventeen), Cromwell Road, Forest Oats: Elisabeth Bollcber (forty) Steele Road
December 29, 1908 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PALACE PANTOMIME.

THE PALACE PANTOMIME.

the character interesting. Her acting exceedingly good, while she sings number pretty songs with marked ability. Jill Miss Edith Fink is clever and captivating, and does her share make the niece a success. Miss Stella d© altogether daintv and rhanninc
December 29, 1908 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THEATRE ROYAL Mr. Benson's Visit. ••THE MERCHANT OF VENICE." would have been unreasonable have expected anything but thin house the

THEATRE ROYAL Mr. Benson's Visit. ••THE MERCHANT OF VENICE." would have been unreasonable have expected anything but thin house the

** go which is positively captivating. The acting of Miss Dorothy Ward (Jack) wonderfully natural and unaffected, and Mias Edith Fink (Jill) possible for much excellent work. Whellier engaged in pantomime or individually Mr. George Lash wood is equally
December 29, 1908 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland