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(Winner trained by Peacock.)

(Winner trained by Peacock.)

(Winner trained Peacock.) , a«»t Edith. 2 1 agat E*.4i l ’'C 1 srM Mwa Friday, and to 1 of* «nv Frtdav wn. trot away from Dube S«-»rr > Laly Keith, with Birk Crag laat, to tbo bend. **»*n Mi v ran wide, and Indy Edith went frnr* Buxom Girl and Crag. Nil
August 19, 1908 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE IBIBH NEWS AND BELFAST MORNING NEWS, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 19, 1908.

THE IBIBH NEWS AND BELFAST MORNING NEWS, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 19, 1908.

Mr. Clayton’s Lady Edith, 7-13 (Will Griggs) - Mr. Osborne’s Buxom Girl." 7-13 (F. Osborne) 3 Also ran—Birk Crag (Madden), Duke's Sister (Hughes). Farmstead (Williamson), Race started 4-15. Trained Peacock. Betting—7 to 4 Lady Edith. 2 1 agst Birk Crag
August 19, 1908 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CAB NEW MEETING—Y Mterday.

CAB NEW MEETING—Y Mterday.

farmstead, Wil- (Winnor trained Peacock.) Started 4.15. Betting—7 to 4 agst lady Edith, 2 1 Birk Crag, 4 to 1 Miss Friday, 10 the others Mies Friday led from Duke’s Sister and Lady Edith, with Dirk Crag last, to the straight, where Miaa Friday ran wide, but resumed
August 19, 1908 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FAITHFUL DO.V

FAITHFUL DO.V

CUyton'a LADY EDITH. 7«t ISlb win. r.ii^s Ur. J. Oaborne’# OCBL, 7at 181 b Mi*. B. Rtnwick* Stster, M 61b Hoxfcm H Cr«c, M Ur. R. t>h<-n*ood» Farmstead, Tat lllb Rac« atartad 4.1 S. (Winner trminad Paaooekj. Baititg—7 to tfcat Lady Edith, 3 1 ocot Birk
August 19, 1908 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BREAD.

BREAD.

and stitched chemise-Equal firsts, Maud Williams and Hilda Reynolds ; 2. Gertie Marshall. Linen apron with bib-Equal 2nds, Edith Allen and Minnie Carroll. Print apron-1, Annie Carroll ; 2, Anna Halligan. Overall-1, Beatrice Lindsay ; 2, Gwendoline Lindsay
August 8, 1908 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 

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BRAY REGATTA

BRAY REGATTA

Water Fl<« and MO 8 oar other. Bonus Girl mad* tho maisr from lota Edith. Fall iDrmo, and Jacobite, with Fu» •teed on tho atood side uact. sod Sue Dak leak Bolow tho diaUaoa Lady Edith teak tta lead, wm immediotoly ehallrafsd Jaeekcft dmc done finish sodinf
August 4, 1908 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The HARRY FOWLER WELTER HANDICAP PLATE 100 sovs; winner any race after August 71b. of any two races or of

The HARRY FOWLER WELTER HANDICAP PLATE 100 sovs; winner any race after August 71b. of any two races or of

Clayton's LADY EDITH. 7 ‘Wm. Griggs) 2 Mr. J. Osborne's BESOM GIRL, 713 (F. Osborne) 3 Also ran—Birk frag (Madden). Duke's Sister (J. Hughes). Farmstead (J. Williamson). (Race started 4-13. Trained Peacock.) Betting—7 to agst lady Edith. agst Birk Crag
August 19, 1908 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPORTING PROPHECIES.

SPORTING PROPHECIES.

PLATE. Expteoa-Udy Edith- Daily Mail—Birk Crac (nap). Mominf Leader—Birk Craw Sportsman (Vifilant)—Birk Oaf. Sportsman (Reporter on the Course)— Lody Edith. Sportinf Life (Aufur)—Birk Craf. Sportinf Ule (Man on the Spot)—Lody Edith. 4.46—GREAT NORTHERN
August 18, 1908 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
situation which, however extravagant, full of genuine lon, which seres audience almost on the rising the curtain, and holds them

situation which, however extravagant, full of genuine lon, which seres audience almost on the rising the curtain, and holds them

writ server, Mr. Jobs Macreedy; Mias Ashford, Chaperone to Edith, Mrs. Allred Davia; Mrs. Stead, Douglas's landlady, Mias Cecily Wade; Eva Webster, Edith's friend, Miaa Dorothy Ripley; Edith Maraland, daugnter of Mr. Maraland, Mias Florence Treeeilian
August 11, 1908 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THREE SERVICE WEDDINGS

THREE SERVICE WEDDINGS

large and (Leaman:bed comm* nation neeembled to witoese the marriage of Ineut.-Colonel Julien Hanks% of the Bugs, and Mire Edith Gweodoien Orr- Ntring, eldest daughter of Oaidevn Jobs Orr-kwing, of Aldingboorne House. aucheater. Sho was given away ki toe
August 12, 1908 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland