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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
 
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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
 
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
 
WELL-KNOWN FOOTBALLER

WELL-KNOWN FOOTBALLER

10, Ac., to 20, Edith Street, Belfast; the fee-farm rent of J 622 se, created by fee-farm grant dated 11th January, 1867, ana issuing and payable out of a Piece of Ground upon which nave been built Houses Numbers 22. 24. Ac., to 56, Edith Street, Belfast;
July 30, 1904 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BUCOESBES.

BUCOESBES.

\V<«tberup. Martha Murdoch. Edith Meharry. Margretta Lanuoor. Ellen Kenning. Jeannie Leitch. Intennndmka Honouro—Eid. N. Hay. ,J<aria L. M’Comb. Pms— Annie Ogle. Annae Robertson. Edith Bremen. Rose. Marguerite Atkinson. Mary Edith Watters, Marcella Tor Cry
June 18, 1904 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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A MISSING RING.

A MISSING RING.

her. Edith Maguire then said, "Oh, Eva, did you take the nag?” and said if she bad known of it before that she would have taken it back. Eva Rea then asked Edith Maguire " Will you slick to mo wherever I go?" and Edith replied that she would. Edith Mag
February 5, 1904 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STRICTLY ORTHODOX.

STRICTLY ORTHODOX.

of cad, for whose sake Edith Maitland gets into far more trouble than she deserved. Tho Maitlands, it should be said, look on the Garmiscaths mere peasants, or atdx*st ordinary farmers, and when the captain and Fred find Edith with Hngh one evening in
August 16, 1904 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FlCTl?'?'''o3o] LITERATURE, FAS

FlCTl?'?'''o3o] LITERATURE, FAS

to the far "What will year mother say!" distant boathouse and the hotel on the hill "She won't row She only thinks Edith. It it was Edith. now, it would ' '' ne f Th,o,yroTiLlg d gt l g er. hfl i inthethertiatc,hnowt..l tthbee different, but I'm not each
March 5, 1904 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL UNIVERSITY OF

ROYAL UNIVERSITY OF

College, Belfast. Maybin. David. Queen's College and Kelvin House, Belfast. Megaw, Haidee M., Kelvin House, Belfast. ftA, Edith H., Queen’s College, Belfast. Purdon, Annie, Kelvin House, Belfast. John W., Kelvin House, Belfast. Rutherford, James S., Queen’s
July 28, 1904 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Price of a TriemL

Price of a TriemL

Prometheus to rock punishment. I It is (or blind hopes one gives up all else.” I Hera her thoughts were suddenly dis- I tnrbed by Edith Webster. I nearly I dead trying to catch you up, Daphne, I she said. I taw you patting down the road I ths Rectory, and I waa
May 28, 1904 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland