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AGHATUBRID ESTATE,

AGHATUBRID ESTATE,

piece its kind has been attempted in Cork and the performance fhis occaeion, Madame Grossi, Mr I W. G. Eveleigh, and Miss Edith Palmer in the oJo parts, was commensurate with the excellencies of this great effort of the genius of the rreat composer. Two
April 3, 1908 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of 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
 
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
 
PERSONAL STAFF.

PERSONAL STAFF.

Harrison, Mia* Nora Elise Vernon Falle, Miss Frances Margaret Berths Tanner, Miss Gertrude Haines. Miss Helen Edith Augusta Tottenham, Miss Edith Osborne Marshall. Tho name* of officers eligible for, and desirous of, attending the Senior Officers’ course*
April 13, 1908 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS. MARRIAGES. & DEATHS

BIRTHS. MARRIAGES. & DEATHS

ckwrly-bclece.! »>n Henry A. and Edith Crtne. His remain* remored flom address, for ir.teriaent in Burymit crotind. morrow (ThirivlaO afternoon, three oelork. Friends *ill please this orijJ intiervlien. HF.N’RY A. EDITH CROWE. rOX-April 14. at Pound Stmt
April 15, 1908 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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'HE PRESSYTERIIH CHURCH. BALLTBILLAH CHURCH.

'HE PRESSYTERIIH CHURCH. BALLTBILLAH CHURCH.

ron and E. Master Gilbert Martin played two violin solos, and was loudly I plauded. Sotos were given Miss Edith J. Beck, Mis* M. Keraaghan. Miss Edith M. Cairns, Mr. T. Dalgleish, Mr. Harold Curran, and Mr. M. M'DowelL Pianoforte solos were contributed Miss
April 24, 1908 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WATTERSON’S

WATTERSON’S

Nora Richardson and Miss Conn ; Forwards, Miss Willie Little (captain),Miss Plant, Miss Stobo, Miss Maggie Little and Miss Edith Hamilton. During the first half the Omagh team defended the Thomas Street goal. Miss Stobo got the better of the opening bully
April 2, 1908 - Tyrone Courier - Dungannon, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
SEAOOE PARISH BAND OF NOM

SEAOOE PARISH BAND OF NOM

Anderson, and Fred. Parks. Duets were sung by Tina and Runs Anderson, Lily and Jails Porter, Dinah Holmes and Edith Anderson, Sarah Lynam and Edith kl• Kerr. In addition there were solos from Lily Porter, Addle Id .I,ougblin, Sarah Lynes', Letitia Gracy,
April 11, 1908 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
WILL OF MISS E. S. BURNSIDE

WILL OF MISS E. S. BURNSIDE

September. 1903, with a codicil, has been granted to Miss Edith Mary Burnside, Mr. William M'Olintock, of Baphoe, and Mr. Bober: Howard Nolan, of Londonderry, C.E. The testator 141 £3O to Miss Edith Mary Burnside, £2O to the said Mr. M.Clintock, £390 each
April 11, 1908 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN DAT BT DAY.

DUBLIN DAT BT DAY.

Benoct, 1, Chlorine Place. Malone Road. Belfast), May Phemx. Darcv (parrils of Miss C. Pender, 4, Shaftesbory"Square, Belfast); Edith Harper, Janie E. Stookdale (pupils of Mrs. M. Byere, LL.D.). Division—Pass—Haael Hunter (pupil of Miss Margaret O. Anketel'
April 18, 1908 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland