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KING'S SCHOLARSHIP EXAMINATIONS.

KING'S SCHOLARSHIP EXAMINATIONS.

Violet, H. Glover, Lynn, St. Nicholas* X. : Edith Godfrey, Huddersfield, Trinity X.; Edith Godfrey, Minefield, Rosemary Bd. ; Florence Uott, and' Glascote, Bd.; Ethel E. Goulding. Linooln, St. Faith s ; Edith Grant, Goole, Boothferry Road Bd. ; Lilian
March 3, 1904 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SEVERN SIDE STORIES—I.

SEVERN SIDE STORIES—I.

significant passages between Edith and Toller had so far been incidental to ordinary engage- , ments such as the youngest girl is usually supposed to be capable of fulfilling alone,without the need of guardianshp, and Edith was of age. ''Yes, father, there
January 27, 1900 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
The improvement in Mr. J. W. Lowtberh condition has been steadily maintained, but it will be some time before be

The improvement in Mr. J. W. Lowtberh condition has been steadily maintained, but it will be some time before be

see Edith Tapley. On one occasion Mrs. Rowley was away for a week, and witness, Edith Tapley, and Mr. Rowley were left alone in the house. Witness had to go into the village to buy some yeast, about ten in the morning, and when she came back, Edith Tapley
February 15, 1902 - Cumberland & Westmorland Herald - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
" Dan - and Another." spine anybody could always lead him by the nose, and luckily for him his pale

" Dan - and Another." spine anybody could always lead him by the nose, and luckily for him his pale

prevent Edith from inviting her own friends if she liked, and that Carinthia must please herself about meeting them. ('arinthia did please herself- by staying George Dunbar came to town on business, and lunched with us whilst the ferment about Edith was at
January 19, 1907 - Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser - Gravesend, Kent, England
 
THE REIVER'S DOOM; A Tale of Border Life.

THE REIVER'S DOOM; A Tale of Border Life.

light a fire in the other, where she could be alone. Edith saw that was indulgence which could not well afforded, and for this reason she declined the offer. Hugh Bevel put number of questions to Edith, all of which she answered as well she was able; but
November 8, 1902 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 

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THE ROYAL SCOTS,

THE ROYAL SCOTS,

corner of the sofa, and had only just received my second cup from Edith’s hand. Georgy exclaimed, ’’Well, then, show him up,” Then, turning to Edith, she added, I can’t say, my dear Edith. Ann’s manners repay all the pains you have bestowed on her.” I wiih
March 2, 1901 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
EDITH'S HOUSE HUNT.

EDITH'S HOUSE HUNT.

chest. Then held out his hand. " Edith ! Is possible!" Edith raised her eyes timidly his face. "Mr Thorpe!" she said nervously. What can you think of me?" " Were you hiding from me?" asked. " Hiding from you?" repeated Edith, with embarrassed laugh. " Yes
June 16, 1909 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS BREAK UP

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS BREAK UP

Haynes, Florrie Breeds, Ethel Sugg, Edith Florence Bumste&d, Heien Dorothy Mabel Upton, Nellie Veness. Edith Veness, Marjorie Gilber., Charlotte vVheeler, Gladys Norman, Mabel Stonham, Eleanor Watson, Nellie Foulger, Edith CioKe, Mabel Sugg, Mabel Hollambv
December 24, 1904 - Hastings and St Leonards Observer - Hastings, Sussex, England
 
By LOUIS SAND.

By LOUIS SAND.

corner of the sofa, and had only just received my second cup from Edith's hand. Georgy exclaimed, "Well, then, show him up.' Then, turning to Edith, she added, " I can't say, my dear Edith. Ann's manners repay all the pains you hers bestowed on her.* "
February 26, 1901 - Rugby Advertiser - Rugby, Warwickshire, England
 
SALMON FISHING.

SALMON FISHING.

a corner of the sofa, and had only just received my second cup from Edith’s hand. Georgy exclaimed. Well, then, show him up.” Then, turning Edith, she added, I can’t say, dear Edith. Ann’s manners repay all the pains you have bestowed on her.” ** I wish
March 2, 1901 - East & South Devon Advertiser. - Newton Abbot, Devon, England