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October 19, 1900 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
 
KENNEDY BROS.,

KENNEDY BROS.,

Do you think I will have any needless risks for you?" "Edith!" He was about to add a hasty remonstrance, when the realisation of his position came to him, and he remained silent. iou say, 'Edith,' just as you used to say it when I tormented you so, when
December 3, 1904 - Kerryman - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
PRIZES-

PRIZES-

HONOURABLE MENTION. Form Work. —Dorothy Miller, Edith Rea, Janet Niohols, Edith Nichols, Mary Rea, Vida Donaldson, Betty Kirkpatrick. Latin.— Alice Foster, Grace Graham, Dorothy Miller, Janet Nichols, Daisy Orr, Edith Rea, Mary Rea, Isabel Swans ton. French.
November 10, 1905 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
UNIVERSITY TRINITY COMMENCEMENTS CONFERRING OF DEGREES Saturday meeting the Senate of Dubb laUnivcrsity was held the Theatre ofTrinif college, for

UNIVERSITY TRINITY COMMENCEMENTS CONFERRING OF DEGREES Saturday meeting the Senate of Dubb laUnivcrsity was held the Theatre ofTrinif college, for

(Cantab ; Kidd. MUnfred Mary (Cantab.); Krowlen, Lilian, tharlott-e Ann (Cantab.); L*3. Margaret. (Cantab.); Leahy, Edith nan (Cantab.); Lee, Edith Lucy (Cant b.); Lindesay, Emiiy Louisa Frances (Can- i ib. Lynch, Muriel Amay Roche (Cantab) ; Mathers, Flora
April 23, 1906 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TRAGEDY'S LAST ACT.

TRAGEDY'S LAST ACT.

or 6 years. Edith was dnileate and excitable, and euff.ved from nervous de. preseim. Ids al o very delicate. The mane wan their own choice, and they had done xreedingly well, though Ida had been out of an augamement for two months, and Edith one. Ou Timidity
July 27, 1901 - Northern Constitution - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
IT IS MONSTROUS.

IT IS MONSTROUS.

pallor. •I am not very well,' she faltered. .1 will go to my own room.' On the stairs she met Edith. Edith had been In the bed-room, dressing to go out.—Edith had men the meeting, the suns brow soften to pity Do like tenderness, answering the Imploring
January 29, 1903 - Leitrim Advertiser - Mohill, Leitrim, Republic of Ireland
 
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mary rtieiinMtion. *nd imeb prifin wmiitml pcw> tiUooar reonv«s tvcm 2a M to

state of affairs. “Mr. Din Hey." she began one night, when Edith had gone the choir practice and Tim . had offered to her back. “ I not kn whether is right that you should seen much with Edith. You see. neiLiter of you too aid be talked about, and " A
December 31, 1904 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EiDIGH DIOCESAN STN.

EiDIGH DIOCESAN STN.

The thoroughly hated Edith. I have Omer before two sisters such bitter enemies. Use day she huh traitress came smiling into the dauvritigmosui, where Smith. Wells, and I were. •Mr West,' she reclaimed. • I have discovered 111•1_Edith bates your being here
September 12, 1901 - Leitrim Advertiser - Mohill, Leitrim, Republic of Ireland
 
OUR LONDON LETTER.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

Amongst the ssarlc gat• eefurther queefeeeei e d. had never been thrown into the Bea; DO man oond Grade-First prize, Miss Edith Alton: , .-... Um tbist 4'3M...in unabated "' laden "' ja the of aanamary jurisdiction the , powers which the den we might
May 7, 1904 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
the other it polled up before email Italian restaurant in an narrow street in Soho. Drive round the next turning,”

the other it polled up before email Italian restaurant in an narrow street in Soho. Drive round the next turning,”

vindicated his liberty of action, and was now satisfied. He and Edith continued talking for some time longer, till they were interrupted knock at the door, and Bob Mackinlay entered. . Edith introduced the two men, and in a few minutes Masson took his departure
February 16, 1907 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland