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XHiL SA'TTT.nDAY MORISIISiG,

XHiL SA'TTT.nDAY MORISIISiG,

Lady Edith, to 1 Marakesh, 100 to 7 others. Squint It filly commenced slowly. Discharged mqde the running from Flores. Malmesbury and Lady Edith, till entering the straight, when Flores assumed oommur.d, buit gave way at the distance Lady Edith, who stalled
September 12, 1908 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DONCASTER.

DONCASTER.

to each TI. ftlty and Bridewain, ag«t Lady Edith, agst Mara* ke«h. 7 asst any other. The Rquint 11. fillv got badly and IH«- made the rnnning from Flores and with Brldewain next. Below ibedi<- luidy Edith drew the front, followed Bridewain, and won by
September 12, 1908 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ASSISTED .J|||r EMIGRATION WESTERN AUSTRALIA

ASSISTED .J|||r EMIGRATION WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Junior Grade —Prize value - Gallagher. Mary A., St. Louie’s Convent, M'Keown Roljert F., The Academy, Bally- Monaghan; Nichols. Edith M. S., Royal ’ I Academy, Belfast; Finan, Alice, St. Louis’* I German—Senior Grade (prize value Convent. Monaghan; Lewis Mary
September 26, 1908 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Race.

The Race.

olds only; lowest weight may fist; winners extra; winner to be sold for 100 so vs. Five furlongs. Mr. H. F. Clayton’s Lady Edith. 7-11 (E. Piper) Mr. F. Straker’s Bridewain, 7-4 (J. Clark) Mr. F. Pratt’s Discharged, 6-13 (F. Fox) -3 Also r»n —Flore* (Halsey)
September 12, 1908 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FIRST CLASS E\IIIJnTIOXS-£25.

FIRST CLASS E\IIIJnTIOXS-£25.

1 Anderson, Jano, lixccleior Ai-ademy, IJanbriJ^e. 2 Cam|)l'ell. Edith M., Methodist foil., JtelfasT. Kirker. Ethel M., Excelsior Acindy., Jhinbrldtre. SECOND CLASS E\ll IIUTIONS-£l5. Glenn, Eileen 0., Alexandra College,
September 26, 1908 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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. . Prizes Value—£3.—Morrow," Mary E., Victoria High School, Derry; Adrain, Susan, Victoria College, Belfast; Szigetvary, Edith, Victoria College, Belfast; Miller, Jean A., Victoria High School, Derry. Prize Value— £2.—Young, Martha H., Victoria College
September 21, 1908 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPORTING NEWS.

SPORTING NEWS.

challenged Radium, who. bow•ver in line style won half length. has in< u.ro penalty in the Cesarewiteb. also has Sih-ri* Lady Edith was lucky win the Danum N-uaenr. Bridewain'e saddle slipping round. Clark -lipped off passing Hie post, bm fortunately escaped
September 12, 1908 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BUTTER.

BUTTER.

butter. lb. in 2 rolls (<aHji oxs. Gibs.)—l, Edith May Stoops, Alias,' mnekin P. 0.; 2, Mr*. James Deuagtiy, mnglco. Di«h of ornamentally made-up butter.-i Edith May Stoops, Altuarnaokin. Bread—l, Edith May Stoops, Altnao*^. Oven Cake, Fruit.—l. Mrs
September 24, 1908 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CAGE BIRDS.

CAGE BIRDS.

Crowe, Fanny Young, John Simpson, Lizzie Patterson, Tom Wilkinson, Bella Simpson, William Caldwell. James Cooke. Emily Young, Edith Young, Robert M’Laughlin, Maud Wasson. 11. Standard Wm. Deane, Charlotte M*Farlane. Rebecca M’Laughlin, Joseph M’Farlanc, Stewart
September 11, 1908 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
COMFORT IN LAST HOURS.

COMFORT IN LAST HOURS.

been given in the case of an orphan girl, of Sydenham. whose illness, unhappily, ended in death. For the p«jt lw*lv« monthr. Edith Oilman. 13 ycaTR of age. has l»een confined to her bed minering from hip diecaae. One day her sad heart was gladdened a present
September 3, 1908 - Belfast Weekly News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland