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STATUTORY NOTICE TO CREDITORS.

STATUTORY NOTICE TO CREDITORS.

Bend dorm thy touch to meet; The clover- blowsoms in the grass, Rise up to kiss thy feet " Had not he also thought of his Edith throughnut the service, and throughout the sermon, and was be not now standing by her side, in the old churchyard, that to
June 6, 1908 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE KILKENNY TRAGEDY, PRISONER BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. AN EXCITING ARREST. William Butler, an Army Rewire man, who, it is killed

THE KILKENNY TRAGEDY, PRISONER BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. AN EXCITING ARREST. William Butler, an Army Rewire man, who, it is killed

(Honours)—Agnes. \llen, George Allen. Matilda Barton. Maud | Beattie. Sydney Boyd. Alice Maud Curran, William Curran. Eileen Edith Dick-1 son, Helen Elliot. Martha Ellison, Ethel guson, Norah Gallaher, Elsie Grahatne. Lucy j Gregg. Marjorie Harris, Helen
June 20, 1908 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Meet. 20 to I each Stickdp and Bushranger.

Meet. 20 to I each Stickdp and Bushranger.

o*rry"je'r^fv * off front Star of Africa. nod fjuly Edith, with Carroafcl last, and Ir-ndinc thmochoot. aod rcatetin* chnJlmirr hv Carrousel Grey Jersey woo a neck; a head divided the aod third. I-ady Edith colt waa fourth, and Dal sham Prlncres cult last
June 26, 1908 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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folkneed the May. with lb. Edith le Pond lied Bony the Los bet lime, still twelve minutes to give eM lb. ntbiu an the following* order •—Edith. Mar elorinc la. Thie order wu nmintiovil throrigbent r..% for the !forth Bar wLich the Edith peurd wills. if earthi
June 29, 1908 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PLAT AND HURDLE RACFS. —(Advt.)

PLAT AND HURDLE RACFS. —(Advt.)

race rranlled. The dartere were Laa (Mr. A. J. Campbell), scratch. Edith (Mr. R. d. Moore). minutes. May (Mr. Alee. Gore), » minoU*. Srcle (Mr. W. Fortune). minnte*. first with Edith last. In the beat for tho South Bar Buoy rounded first, having mrootea
June 30, 1908 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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Remarkable Evidence.

Remarkable Evidence.

John Jenkins, A. K. Stewart, J. M'Cartney, and Dr. J. B. Moore. The charge preferred against Nicholson was that of assaulting Edith Field with intent to commit while M'Kepiu was charged with havin£ discharged a loaded revolver Sergeant •with intant prevent
June 11, 1908 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEWBURY-Yesterday,

NEWBURY-Yesterday,

Faubias. Boeage, aud Lady Edith. (Winner trained by J. Phillips, Epeotn.) Betting: 2 to 1 Carrousel. 5 to 1 Grey Jersey, 6 to 1 agst Star Africa, and 10 to 1 any other.—Grey Jersey Jumped off in front of Star of Africa. PaubUk, Edith, and Carrousel, and, holding
June 26, 1908 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GREENISLAND CLUB.

GREENISLAND CLUB.

Dempster, Mrs. J. M'Gladdery, and Miss Edith Sinclwr. The motion was seconded Miss P. Ferrsn, and agreed to. , .. On the motion of Mrs. Williamson, seconded by Mrs. Tweed. Mrs. Netbery was re-elected treasurer. Min Edith Sinclair, who unable longer retain
June 6, 1908 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BROUGHT TO BOOK. Alleged Antrim Road Brigands in Court. MISS FIELD’S STORY. REMARKABLE EVIDENCE BY POLICE AND CIVILIANS. Yesterday, in

BROUGHT TO BOOK. Alleged Antrim Road Brigands in Court. MISS FIELD’S STORY. REMARKABLE EVIDENCE BY POLICE AND CIVILIANS. Yesterday, in

commenced, when John Nicholson and ltd round M'Kenna were put in the dock, the first mentioned charged with an assault on Miss Edith Field, with intent to commit » felonv; and the second with having discharged revolver Sergeant Orr, with intent prevent the
June 6, 1908 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BELFAST SHOOTING CASE.

THE BELFAST SHOOTING CASE.

Manchester, and Edmund M'Kenna, Rosapenna Street, Belfast, were pat forward charged, the first-named with fin assault upon Edith Field on the 4th inst. with intent to commit a felony, and M'Kenna with having discharged loaded revolver Sergeant Orr on the
June 6, 1908 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland