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THE CARLOW SENTINEL, SATURI)AY, FEBRUARY 1, 1908. a - O BIND MR. DELANEY, Management of Grass Land. RANDOM READINGS. SOMETHING

THE CARLOW SENTINEL, SATURI)AY, FEBRUARY 1, 1908. a - O BIND MR. DELANEY, Management of Grass Land. RANDOM READINGS. SOMETHING

some prevents ay Wag EDITH'S PROMISE. and Tows Teoasts' Let, shall be lodged tas Damao err lO 301 166 7 VlO 10 It of Ida mph. Imam alas ebaune the of mann Its thallowasat "Moral sad *WWI, taken ma'am° when "g a g ed " Now, Edith. I meet go and use poor
February 1, 1908 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
KOVAL DUBLIN SOCIETY

KOVAL DUBLIN SOCIETY

- r..np • j!.' II- Drminx*. ColoiMt >' T Enrard» H»'rm‘r« Mr*. Edith Nugent * Uui ?*i3r. M lor Tl W. Ili.la' * Such-*- Bnv. Major R. HiltaVf Britoo. Colonel N. T. EtararJs Thunder r. Edith F. Nugent * St. Petri, Mr«. * !l. J. Boiler Kearoey * Buphronfer
February 14, 1908 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GOOD ATTENDANCE.

GOOD ATTENDANCE.

Not absent a Six rears—Jim Wilson. Do. Five „ Harry Macartney. Do. Four „ Edith Walker. Do. Two ”, Jennie Gibson, Murray, Victoria Murray, Elsie Walker, Herbert Blakeley. Not absent day for One year—Mabel Walker, Muriel M'Elror, George
February 19, 1908 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SITCEsSFUL bITDENTS.

SITCEsSFUL bITDENTS.

onellie, Geo. Harvey. FRENCH—Edith Walker, Mabel Martin. NEATEST EXERCISE BOOK—Jennie Gibiosn. SHORTHAND- Samuel Wilson, Jennie Gibson, May Simpson. ULSTER watery FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS— Senior --Fanny White. Edith Walker, Jack Stanley, J
February 21, 1908 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, 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
 

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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
 
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
 
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
 
ROVAL IRISH ACADEMY OP MUSIC.

ROVAL IRISH ACADEMY OP MUSIC.

capable performance was Mr. H. V. Love’s pianoforte solo, ( hopin's Ballade in fl minor, his technique being admirable. Mies Edith Reilly snug two numbers, "The Wreath and ".Stolen Wings." lor which she was applauded, while Miss Irene U'Hanlon gave a sympathetic
February 28, 1908 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10. 1908.

THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10. 1908.

charged a dock labourer named Robert Costello with being found in the unoccupied house, 7, Edith Street, Mountpottinger. The contsable stated he was on duty Edith Street about 3-46 on Saturday morning, when ho noticed the door No, 7 open. Ho entered and
February 10, 1908 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland