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BUTTER.

BUTTER.

butter. lb. in 2 rolls (<aHji oxs. Gibs.)—l, Edith May Stoops, Alias,' mnekin P. 0.; 2, Mr*. James Deuagtiy, mnglco. Di«h of ornamentally made-up butter.-i Edith May Stoops, Altuarnaokin. Bread—l, Edith May Stoops, Altnao*^. Oven Cake, Fruit.—l. Mrs
September 24, 1908 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DESCENDANTS OF THE PLANI'AGTNETS 1> HIGH SCHOOL (11KLS, KILGARVAN TRAGEDY. KEBLV ~ LADY FAWKES DISTRIBUTES PRIZES AT DOMESTIC SHOT BY

DESCENDANTS OF THE PLANI'AGTNETS 1> HIGH SCHOOL (11KLS, KILGARVAN TRAGEDY. KEBLV ~ LADY FAWKES DISTRIBUTES PRIZES AT DOMESTIC SHOT BY

Connor, Kathleen Wilson, Division I.—Flat obj ota, Edith Bond, Joy Connor, Maysie Dawe. Marion Harrison. Passes, 1908 Division V, Phyllis Murrish, Kathleen Wilson; div ision 111, Olive French, Edith Bond, Douglas Cbeves, Olga Franklin; division 11, Gladys
October 24, 1908 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
F-U»«. Commiimonprr* -«W P S^ o O^- opinton. afford rraaonoblf hop* that in 1h» Mr. KAVANAOH .. .. all th«

F-U»«. Commiimonprr* -«W P S^ o O^- opinton. afford rraaonoblf hop* that in 1h» Mr. KAVANAOH .. .. all th«

of the little Currant Cookery Book, a Street, and his two daughtai*, handy little compendium of Currant Cookery. Laura and Edith Scott, were brought bettws that be had free from your own Grocer. | the city magistrates chargee CORNISH CURRANT CAKE. j ,
November 28, 1908 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
situation which, however extravagant, full of genuine lon, which seres audience almost on the rising the curtain, and holds them

situation which, however extravagant, full of genuine lon, which seres audience almost on the rising the curtain, and holds them

writ server, Mr. Jobs Macreedy; Mias Ashford, Chaperone to Edith, Mrs. Allred Davia; Mrs. Stead, Douglas's landlady, Mias Cecily Wade; Eva Webster, Edith's friend, Miaa Dorothy Ripley; Edith Maraland, daugnter of Mr. Maraland, Mias Florence Treeeilian
August 11, 1908 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MODERN LANGUAGES.

MODERN LANGUAGES.

Helen Elliot, Lizzie Graham, Kate Hanna, May M‘Dowell, Edith Nichols, Mary Rea, May Robinson, Maude Tate, Isabel Tougher, Walker, Olive Wallace. German.— Helen Elliot, Dorothy Hamilton, Anna Nesbitt, Edith Nichols, Mary Rea.
November 10, 1908 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHE REMEMBERED HERSELF.

SHE REMEMBERED HERSELF.

Aron (who has testamentary powers): " Do yon know, Edith, 1 sometimes tanoy baby will be like me. Edith (astonished luta candour): "Like you, Aunt Penelope I Dear ! 1 hope not' Aunt Pene'ope: " You hope not ! And pray why, tlith
February 22, 1908 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
EXHIBITIONS.

EXHIBITIONS.

N PRIZES. SENIOR GRADE- Susan Adrian Kngliah .1:1; Edith Szigetvary—French. JU. JUNIOR GRADE-Elizabeth Finnegan-German, JC'i. BOOK PRIZES. MODERN LITERARY COURSE SENIOR GRADE—Susan Adrian, M-. Edith Szigetrary, d;3; Martha H. Young, JL‘2. JUNIOR GRADE
December 7, 1908 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NVERFORD SHIPPING.

NVERFORD SHIPPING.

the schooner Esperansa with ballast from Dublin: April 5, the as. Menapia from Bristol with gcneral; April 7, the schooner Edith with salt from Gloucester; the as. Wexford from Liverpool with general. Stallings—April '2, the schooner William and Margaret
April 11, 1908 - Wexford People - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
LUNACY EXPERT FINED £5O.

LUNACY EXPERT FINED £5O.

er• for aiding and abetting Edith. Las-1 cellos in receiving boarding. and lodging. l at an address whici sus not licensed under the Lunacy Act, IPSO, a certain lunatic,' Ethel M. Dairies, about February . lib last sear. Edith Mary bascelles was indicted
March 9, 1908 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FICTION

FICTION

Perceval Landon. 6?. (W. Ueinemamf.) The Butcher Burton Street. By Arthur Applin. 6s. (Grant Richards.) The Unbxplaineu. By Edith C. Gcrrurd. 3« 6d. (Digby, Long, k Co.) False Fire. •* Franc. ’) 6d. (W. Stevens Ltd.) A Noble Vagabond. By Milton Pollitt
May 2, 1908 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland