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KOVAL DUBLIN SOCIETY

KOVAL DUBLIN SOCIETY

- r..np • j!.' II- Drminx*. ColoiMt >' T Enrard» H»'rm‘r« Mr*. Edith Nugent * Uui ?*i3r. M lor Tl W. Ili.la' * Such-*- Bnv. Major R. HiltaVf Britoo. Colonel N. T. EtararJs Thunder r. Edith F. Nugent * St. Petri, Mr«. * !l. J. Boiler Kearoey * Buphronfer
February 14, 1908 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IBIBH NEWS AND BELFAST MORNING NEWS, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 19, 1908.

THE IBIBH NEWS AND BELFAST MORNING NEWS, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 19, 1908.

Mr. Clayton’s Lady Edith, 7-13 (Will Griggs) - Mr. Osborne’s Buxom Girl." 7-13 (F. Osborne) 3 Also ran—Birk Crag (Madden), Duke's Sister (Hughes). Farmstead (Williamson), Race started 4-15. Trained Peacock. Betting—7 to 4 Lady Edith. 2 1 agst Birk Crag
August 19, 1908 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ULSTER GAZETTE, U; Mil*

THE ULSTER GAZETTE, U; Mil*

shaken onrselvea out and wc had touched ourselves up and settled down to the ballroom, the very first sight that met eyes was Edith Lamington floating round tho room in my sweetheart’s arms. I should not have minded that so ranch, for wc were more than half
January 4, 1908 - Ulster Gazette - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
CAB NEW MEETING—Y Mterday.

CAB NEW MEETING—Y Mterday.

farmstead, Wil- (Winnor trained Peacock.) Started 4.15. Betting—7 to 4 agst lady Edith, 2 1 Birk Crag, 4 to 1 Miss Friday, 10 the others Mies Friday led from Duke’s Sister and Lady Edith, with Dirk Crag last, to the straight, where Miaa Friday ran wide, but resumed
August 19, 1908 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
1 '■■. r, – ■ >■ -• ■ SUPPLEMENT TO THE A taste of revenge

1 '■■. r, – ■ >■ -• ■ SUPPLEMENT TO THE A taste of revenge

and the office wemed big them. startled, excited. to laagh at "iTOtns; of the tabkw. yet with mvmwin* -ndermining bar **ph. Edith tamed hark her dank and ™awf*Uy triad to taka bar work. thonaanl dollar*!” Aa nnnaniad. doQara! If* hi* tarn wag and elaahad
July 18, 1908 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ASSISTED .J|||r EMIGRATION WESTERN AUSTRALIA

ASSISTED .J|||r EMIGRATION WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Junior Grade —Prize value - Gallagher. Mary A., St. Louie’s Convent, M'Keown Roljert F., The Academy, Bally- Monaghan; Nichols. Edith M. S., Royal ’ I Academy, Belfast; Finan, Alice, St. Louis’* I German—Senior Grade (prize value Convent. Monaghan; Lewis Mary
September 26, 1908 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A THIEF AT

A THIEF AT

appeared in court the magistrate was told how Ada, with whom two children were charged— Edith Adams. aged nine, and Willie Adams, aged eight—succeeded in stealing £5. Edith went into a Hackney shop and put down 6d for her purchase, and when the ehonman had
May 12, 1908 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
GOOD ATTENDANCE.

GOOD ATTENDANCE.

Not absent a Six rears—Jim Wilson. Do. Five „ Harry Macartney. Do. Four „ Edith Walker. Do. Two ”, Jennie Gibson, Murray, Victoria Murray, Elsie Walker, Herbert Blakeley. Not absent day for One year—Mabel Walker, Muriel M'Elror, George
February 19, 1908 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STREET MISSION

STREET MISSION

Evening, lltli December, 1908, at Eight o’clock. Full Chorus and Orchestra. ARTISTES: Soprano*—Mias Edith V. Henry and Miss Edith Contralto—Miss Edith Pierpoint. Tenor-Mr. John Clark* Baritone—Mr. W. T. M'Larnon. Elocutionist—Mr. J. Walker. Accompanist
December 10, 1908 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FAITHFUL DO.V

FAITHFUL DO.V

CUyton'a LADY EDITH. 7«t ISlb win. r.ii^s Ur. J. Oaborne’# OCBL, 7at 181 b Mi*. B. Rtnwick* Stster, M 61b Hoxfcm H Cr«c, M Ur. R. t>h<-n*ood» Farmstead, Tat lllb Rac« atartad 4.1 S. (Winner trminad Paaooekj. Baititg—7 to tfcat Lady Edith, 3 1 ocot Birk
August 19, 1908 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland