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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 flute is so rarely heat'd at concerts

The flute is so rarely heat'd at concerts

now that came agreeable novelty at the Steinway Hall last week, when Mi»B Edith Allen gave a popular ballad concert. Whatever captious critics may say, there is always an appreciative audience for ballad concerts
February 25, 1908 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FIRST CLASS E\IIIJnTIOXS-£25.

FIRST CLASS E\IIIJnTIOXS-£25.

1 Anderson, Jano, lixccleior Ai-ademy, IJanbriJ^e. 2 Cam|)l'ell. Edith M., Methodist foil., JtelfasT. Kirker. Ethel M., Excelsior Acindy., Jhinbrldtre. SECOND CLASS E\ll IIUTIONS-£l5. Glenn, Eileen 0., Alexandra College,
September 26, 1908 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of 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
 
THE BELFAST SHOOTING CASE.

THE BELFAST SHOOTING CASE.

Manchester, and Edmund M'Kenna, Rosapenna Street, Belfast, were pat forward charged, the first-named with fin assault upon Edith Field on the 4th inst. with intent to commit a felony, and M'Kenna with having discharged loaded revolver Sergeant Orr on the
June 6, 1908 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPORTING NEWS.

SPORTING NEWS.

challenged Radium, who. bow•ver in line style won half length. has in< u.ro penalty in the Cesarewiteb. also has Sih-ri* Lady Edith was lucky win the Danum N-uaenr. Bridewain'e saddle slipping round. Clark -lipped off passing Hie post, bm fortunately escaped
September 12, 1908 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Local and District News.

Local and District News.

personality £21,1>59 14s lOd. Tho executrices of her will, which is dated the 9th April, 1906, are her nieces, tho Misses Edith and Frances Keaiingo, both of Tho Mansion**, Duke strict, end Mrs Laura BerestorcJ, of Tivoli, Captioquin, Ireland. The testa'ri*
May 30, 1908 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
IRMA 11146M1T tlt NORTEIWKII DISTRACTED MOTHER KILLS HER TWO

IRMA 11146M1T tlt NORTEIWKII DISTRACTED MOTHER KILLS HER TWO

children have commenced life on their own account, and are away from home. The remaining four were Victor 024 Beatrice Ole. Edith (7). and Margaret (20. The two youngest have been killed by their mother. Mrs. Gerrard. who came from Cannock. ores. sioually
May 9, 1908 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TUT IYMFNA POISONING INTERNATIONAL TRADE. JiALLxMLNA rUISUWIJNw AN EXAMINATION fiscal AH'AIK. policies. THE MASTER’S REPORT. Mw DISCUSSION GUARDIANS. “Thl *

TUT IYMFNA POISONING INTERNATIONAL TRADE. JiALLxMLNA rUISUWIJNw AN EXAMINATION fiscal AH'AIK. policies. THE MASTER’S REPORT. Mw DISCUSSION GUARDIANS. “Thl *

Church i for wheat, and thus probably cause Street Harpurhev. and his two daughters, ,| tcm|>orarily on very mightly Laura and Edith Scott, were brought before | owor tPr ms—i.e.. the price here would prothe city magistrates on charges child t raised at once
November 23, 1908 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANNUAL REPORT.

ANNUAL REPORT.

secretary. Miss Jennie 11•Crum ; treasurer, Mr. William P. Glass ; committee—Misses Olive Swanzy, Ethel Rigby, K. Sloan, and Edith Anderson, Messrs. Jack Smyth, Albert Rigby, Thomas Rose, and James Mark. The following is the programme in detail, from which
April 7, 1908 - Newry Reporter - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland