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OUR SHORT STORY. AN INTERRUPTED HONEYMOON. Bs ZULU GILLEITB. "This is a pretty place, Jack I We eonldn't have chosen

OUR SHORT STORY. AN INTERRUPTED HONEYMOON. Bs ZULU GILLEITB. "This is a pretty place, Jack I We eonldn't have chosen

learning from a waiter that Edith was not in, sallied out in search of her. It was some hours later when he returned to the hotel, white and agitated, and was confronted by a stern, dark lady, who asked" Where is Edith?' "Edith I " be echoed wildly. drowned
October 14, 1911 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
STORY OF A SISTER OF OEOSASSO

STORY OF A SISTER OF OEOSASSO

sister named Edith and another named Florence. Edith was twentysix years old and was married to Robert Hacks Murray in the third week September, 1910. Wrtnewi was not present the marriage, bat saw the announcement in church magamne. Edith only knew him
August 22, 1912 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1934

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1934

occasion, or the King Bench the case stated when the matter was sent back. He further his point on the fact that the lady. Miss Edith Wiles, collected the rent—he did not say always, but she did very often collect the rentsfrom the tenants, and it was she who
November 17, 1934 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS BY MODERN METHODS. Thousands have Benefilted. matters d.e:n t a:l TAKE ° W. T. .MO ISON. 9 F

PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS BY MODERN METHODS. Thousands have Benefilted. matters d.e:n t a:l TAKE ° W. T. .MO ISON. 9 F

unpleasant. He Edith. I hey - ,‘ • 1 pon a table little packet of papers. made for tier carried the prison was not at all sorry he was dead ; and if Lady P«»t ”® I *Mark Harper, intent only gaming the nia t ro n’s arm- into the court. Edith had a desire
December 25, 1914 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Margaret Mitchell (Miss D. Clarke._ Antrim). Joan B. Kyle (Miss B. Wilson. L.R.A.M.h Rebecca Deans (Mr. R. Moorhead. L.T.0.L.). George

Margaret Mitchell (Miss D. Clarke._ Antrim). Joan B. Kyle (Miss B. Wilson. L.R.A.M.h Rebecca Deans (Mr. R. Moorhead. L.T.0.L.). George

L. (Mr. J. H . Edith G. Lirby, Criekard, Downpatrick) Harry Grant. 91 (Liu J. Keeling. L.T.C.L.. L.L Thelma Ramsey. 91 (Mrs. L Sample, Larne). Charlotte Agnew. (Miss L. Marie Carelan. $9 (Madams E. Detepee. Betsy Greer. 88 (Miss Edith George). Edwin Armstrong
February 6, 1937 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A Pathetic Incident

A Pathetic Incident

sister named Edith and another named Florence. Edith was 26 years old, and was married to Robert Hicks Murray in the third week of September, 1910. Witness was not present at the liter. riage, but saw the announcement in a church :linguine. Edith only knew
August 22, 1912 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
a moment on the girl's shoulder, and whispered, "Ma pair lassie I" It was all the sympathy the mother could

a moment on the girl's shoulder, and whispered, "Ma pair lassie I" It was all the sympathy the mother could

vanity which so often proves the bane of a man's life; and, unconsciously, Edith Marche had ministered to this lower passion of his nature. They had known each other long; and to Edith Maxwell had been a hero, A king among men ; she had enshrined him in the
September 15, 1910 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
[All Siam Bwutbd.} LIFE’S REVENGE ANNIE O. TIBBITS, Author of ** The Shop Lifter.** ** A Priicn of the Loom,**

[All Siam Bwutbd.} LIFE’S REVENGE ANNIE O. TIBBITS, Author of ** The Shop Lifter.** ** A Priicn of the Loom,**

moment, as seemed, that Lady Edith stood the doorstep outlined against the dark grey sky, there was a cry from the Court, a voice and figure of policeman was seen pushing his way hurriedly through the crowd. “Which way did Lady Edith go?” shouted. The policeman
January 8, 1915 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHAPTER VII THE NEXT WEEK

CHAPTER VII THE NEXT WEEK

“It’« Edith Thorn ley jn an entire new pet up. Mother, I’m goinp,” announced. “Where to, eon?” “Oh, to the yard. I’ll come back f»oon aa she leaves.” And he slipped adroitly out of the dininproom door as the outer one opened to admit Miss Edith. One©
December 13, 1912 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRAGEDIES.

TRAGEDIES.

She said • sides seated Edith. and another Flotsam Edith was W years old. married to Mahal Hicks Moresi r t the tbind week el September. 1110. was wit pima* at the marriage, la she paw the esasemeesient Is • cisme. e. Edith ashy tame him three balers
August 22, 1912 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland