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OXFORD UNIVERSITY APPEAL FUND.

OXFORD UNIVERSITY APPEAL FUND.

David M*Kie, of Parkvillo, Antrim Road, Belfast, bank director. The teat*, trix bequeathed £9,000, upon treat, for her niece Edith Runtledge; £B,OOO, upon trust, for her niece Annie Oilchnst; £5,000, upon, irasi, for her niece Caroline Marjory Jackson ;
May 8, 1908 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Gladys Mardlli, Bentley Priory Farm, Harrow Weald, Middlesex, was so ill last year ‘'she was like little skeleton. The to,d

Gladys Mardlli, Bentley Priory Farm, Harrow Weald, Middlesex, was so ill last year ‘'she was like little skeleton. The to,d

since.” Edith Alice Collins, South tliorns, Skiplon, Yorks, was with scarlet fever and other she was left a deplorable DCS -. Mrs. Collins writes View, Skrc* ill last year troubles that ( ' october ,9 given; from that <' safely say her life." “Edith could
October 23, 1908 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Report.

The Report.

modern literary record, usual, was good. Susan Adrain gaining £4 English composition prise, and Edith Szigetvary a £4 French composition prise. Susan Adrain, Edith Szigetvary, Martha Tonng, and Nora 'M'Ervel also rained general prises. In accounting for this
December 7, 1908 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern 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
 
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
 
B. HYAM, 29 & 30 DAME ST., DUBLIN.

B. HYAM, 29 & 30 DAME ST., DUBLIN.

College. Adrian. SiLsan. Victoria College. Bella?!. Deale, Violet M.. .Mexandra College. MIDDLE GRADE. PRIZES VALUE—£3. Smyth. Edith C. A.. Rutland High School. Farrell. Mary - I Convent. Sligo. Low, Helena M., .Alexandra College. O'Reilly, Mary 8.. Ursulme
September 21, 1908 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
vent, Sion Hill; 3rd, Min Marian Griffin (Not C>

vent, Sion Hill; 3rd, Min Marian Griffin (Not C>

George F. Porter, 2 Como terrace, Clontarf; 2nd (No. 12), Miss Helen Mac- Donald, Bailybeg, Co. Meath; 3rd (No. 9), Miss Edith M. Armstrong, 25 Rugby road, Belfast; highly commended (No. 10), Master Arthur J. Ryan, O'Brien Institute, Clontarf (No. 6)
May 30, 1908 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
lit—Tße RENNET TWO TEAR OLD PLATE

lit—Tße RENNET TWO TEAR OLD PLATE

Grey Jersey fSraiml off in front Star Africa. Fanblaa. and Lady Edith, with Caronsal last, and, leading throughout rralatag tha challenge of wen hy neck; hand divvied raeead third. Lady’Edith was fourth. Garry Oman Ifth, Fanblaa and Pnacras last 4.45-The
June 26, 1908 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
afternoon concert.

afternoon concert.

displayed a bright. touch and accuracy as regard* ••The Wreath” and -Stolen Wings. latter pretty song, were sweetly my Miss Edith ReiUy. In the violin «lo »«*» oven's romance F, Mim Irene 0 flaw steady and even in tone. Solomons, despite tendency to gave
February 28, 1908 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland