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INJURED BT DROP CURTAIN.

INJURED BT DROP CURTAIN.

The hearing of notion brought by Edith lad Florence Atkinson, malio-hail artists known “The Two Primroic*,” against the Surrey Vauderille Theatre Company, for damages for penooii injories, took place in the King’s Bench Dimka
March 14, 1908 - Longford Journal - Longford, Longford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH NEWS AND BELFAST MORNING NEWI NEXT CONOR ESS IN BELFAST.

THE IRISH NEWS AND BELFAST MORNING NEWI NEXT CONOR ESS IN BELFAST.

named; F. W. Mitchell, Dublin; Miss Sparkes, Bury New Road, Walton: Edith Belford. South Circular Road, Birmingham; Gertrude Farcy. Compstall, Stockport, also her sister. Emily Edith Farey. • The vehicle was badly damaged, but the horses escaped unhurt
September 18, 1908 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES.

BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES.

dock labourer named Robert Costello was charged with being found in the unoccupied house. 7 Edith Street, Mount-, pottmger. A policeman stated he was on duty in Edith Street at about 3.45 on Saturday morning, when he noticed that the door of No. 7 was open
February 10, 1908 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PORTSTEWART CLUB.

PORTSTEWART CLUB.

Round—Miss Edith O'Neill (28) beat Miss Arnold (28)—4 and 3. Miss Hughes (28) beat Miss Lily Henry (28) and 1. Miss Hay (22) beat Mrs. Hunter (28)—3 and 2. Miss Molly Eccles (28) beat Miss E. M. Cooper (28) —w.o. Second Round—Miss Hughes beat Miss Edith O’Neill
June 23, 1908 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SEVERAL INJURED

SEVERAL INJURED

T. W Mitchell, Ranelagh, Dublin; Miss Sparkes, Bury New road Walton; Edith Bedford. South Circular road, Birmingham: Gertrude Farey Compstall, Stockport; also her sister, Emily Edith Farey. The vehicle was badly damaged, but the horses escaped unhurt,
September 18, 1908 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ROSTREVOR SCHOOLS.

ROSTREVOR SCHOOLS.

Noel Irwin. Willie Copeland, A • Beek. Arthur Green. Edith Green, Allan Mahood. and John M'Cartney. The good conduet prize, the gift of the manager. was. on the vote of time pupils. awarded to Edith Copeland. IRISH BILLS 11r. ll..gan drew sixth place for
February 1, 1908 - Newry Reporter - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
agr at lb Sir R. Waldie Griffith s Potomac

agr at lb Sir R. Waldie Griffith s Potomac

CatoeSJ villa, Prra. Spool. Burma Gtr!, Him ftSz Coma Kao. Ibaadarboit, Taaioraa. BraS' Bafca'a Siater. Craat. Gianfoaaa, Edith, Mart lot, A mar .can Hoy. r-Sr* Iborpa. Mack lU(bt, u< thr EBay La Haolauae, The Marry W«io». Normaaic, Pnacaaa Kaah, tVoodkall
August 19, 1908 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SITY EXAMINATION IN ABTS.

SITY EXAMINATION IN ABTS.

Drawing. COMPOSITION PRIZES. Senior Grade—Susan Adrain—English, Edith Sxigetvary—French, £4. Junior Grade—Elisabeth Finnegan—German, BOOK PRIZES. Modem Literary Course.—Senior Susan Adrain, Edith Ssigetvary, £3; Martha H. Young, £2. Junior Orade—Ereline Martin
December 7, 1908 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DAUGHTERS OF DERRY JUVENILE L.O.L. 38.

DAUGHTERS OF DERRY JUVENILE L.O.L. 38.

the i>t»al way—Sister 3lo*yneox, W.M., the chair, and Sister Kenworthy, D.M., in the deputy-chair. E. Barnes, May Chambers, Edith Lovatt, May Taylor, Jessie Wildman, M. Molyneux, and M. Whalen were accepted for initiation. Br. Taylor, W.D.M., conducted
May 14, 1908 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THEATRE ROYAL

THEATRE ROYAL

Porter, Mr. 11. B. Drysdale; First Murderer, Mr. Murray Graham; Sfecond Murderer, Mr. William Lawrence; First Witch, Miss Edith Elair- Staples; Second Witch, Misa Josephine Woodward; Third Witch, Miss Gladys Brandon Gower. Two Shakespearean tragedies
November 14, 1908 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland