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Funny Combination of Names.

Funny Combination of Names.

acerb -The Vision of the roam" in the person of Edith Brack. a young lady of matchless beauty, un the beach at Bayview. and falls in love with her at once. But his desires are doomed to disappointment, as Edith, about whem noihing is known in the district
May 9, 1908 - Kerryman - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
BRAY REGATTA

BRAY REGATTA

Water Fl<« and MO 8 oar other. Bonus Girl mad* tho maisr from lota Edith. Fall iDrmo, and Jacobite, with Fu» •teed on tho atood side uact. sod Sue Dak leak Bolow tho diaUaoa Lady Edith teak tta lead, wm immediotoly ehallrafsd Jaeekcft dmc done finish sodinf
August 4, 1908 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWBURY-Yesterday,

NEWBURY-Yesterday,

Faubias. Boeage, aud Lady Edith. (Winner trained by J. Phillips, Epeotn.) Betting: 2 to 1 Carrousel. 5 to 1 Grey Jersey, 6 to 1 agst Star Africa, and 10 to 1 any other.—Grey Jersey Jumped off in front of Star of Africa. PaubUk, Edith, and Carrousel, and, holding
June 26, 1908 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPORTING NEWS.

SPORTING NEWS.

Lady Edith (Piper). Engagement (Brooks), Queen’s Wink (Sadgrove), Chapel Bell (F. fbx>. Iso Hampton colt (Croft). Race started at 2-1. Trained Owner. Betting—9 to agst Dinder. 1 each Chewing Gum filly and Rampant, 11 2 Jet, 7 to 1 agst Lady Edith, 10 r>
October 13, 1908 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GREENISLAND CLUB.

GREENISLAND CLUB.

Dempster, Mrs. J. M'Gladdery, and Miss Edith Sinclwr. The motion was seconded Miss P. Ferrsn, and agreed to. , .. On the motion of Mrs. Williamson, seconded by Mrs. Tweed. Mrs. Netbery was re-elected treasurer. Min Edith Sinclair, who unable longer retain
June 6, 1908 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Race.

The Race.

olds only; lowest weight may fist; winners extra; winner to be sold for 100 so vs. Five furlongs. Mr. H. F. Clayton’s Lady Edith. 7-11 (E. Piper) Mr. F. Straker’s Bridewain, 7-4 (J. Clark) Mr. F. Pratt’s Discharged, 6-13 (F. Fox) -3 Also r»n —Flore* (Halsey)
September 12, 1908 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BROUGHT TO BOOK. Alleged Antrim Road Brigands in Court. MISS FIELD’S STORY. REMARKABLE EVIDENCE BY POLICE AND CIVILIANS. Yesterday, in

BROUGHT TO BOOK. Alleged Antrim Road Brigands in Court. MISS FIELD’S STORY. REMARKABLE EVIDENCE BY POLICE AND CIVILIANS. Yesterday, in

commenced, when John Nicholson and ltd round M'Kenna were put in the dock, the first mentioned charged with an assault on Miss Edith Field, with intent to commit » felonv; and the second with having discharged revolver Sergeant Orr, with intent prevent the
June 6, 1908 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Ronald is also the composer of sentimental air, "Give your hand,” which should become popular. Many people will attracted Edith Moore " When spring gone." and there is light-hearted m “ Merry Heart,” by Maud Ashton. “Spring Flowers,” written and composed
November 5, 1908 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPORTING PROPHECIES.

SPORTING PROPHECIES.

PLATE. Expteoa-Udy Edith- Daily Mail—Birk Crac (nap). Mominf Leader—Birk Craw Sportsman (Vifilant)—Birk Oaf. Sportsman (Reporter on the Course)— Lody Edith. Sportinf Life (Aufur)—Birk Craf. Sportinf Ule (Man on the Spot)—Lody Edith. 4.46—GREAT NORTHERN
August 18, 1908 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The HARRY FOWLER WELTER HANDICAP PLATE 100 sovs; winner any race after August 71b. of any two races or of

The HARRY FOWLER WELTER HANDICAP PLATE 100 sovs; winner any race after August 71b. of any two races or of

Clayton's LADY EDITH. 7 ‘Wm. Griggs) 2 Mr. J. Osborne's BESOM GIRL, 713 (F. Osborne) 3 Also ran—Birk frag (Madden). Duke's Sister (J. Hughes). Farmstead (J. Williamson). (Race started 4-13. Trained Peacock.) Betting—7 to agst lady Edith. agst Birk Crag
August 19, 1908 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland