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CHAPTER 11.

CHAPTER 11.

road brought me to the house in which Edith lived with her mother. I ih« gate with nervous fingers, whilst my head beat audibly though ~i t” were behind me. What was I afraid of? There on the lawn in summer dress Edith stood, talking, to a young man in
December 7, 1905 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
rc, reran wgWB AMD BELFAST MOBNINO NllWg. MONDAY. JUNE A 1905.

rc, reran wgWB AMD BELFAST MOBNINO NllWg. MONDAY. JUNE A 1905.

firmly believed that Mrs. Furbuth could feel him into conservatory or cosy comer with Edith, even though back ass turned. There would be aa additional charm ia winning Edith under that good lady's very nose. That aba should have tolerated him at her house
June 5, 1905 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARY E. BLAKE,

MARY E. BLAKE,

is with me, Edith. I have Poked intoyour eyes, and I know that for me you are the one woman in all the world !" "But you have seen me twice," Edith objected. Would you mind telling me—was it the beggar girl you fell in love with or Edith Fordyce?" "Dear
September 9, 1905 - 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
 
CABAL AGAINST VTTTE.

CABAL AGAINST VTTTE.

disorders. It is certain that Count Witte will not voluntarily resign. EDITH SHILSO.VS CAREER. THE WOMANLY SIDE OP HER NATURE. Though you are the star above my soul,” was written by Edith Shilson. the “girl-man,” tinder the photograph of girl which she hod
November 30, 1905 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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£Za.LI a as TO GO FOR 'THREE DAYS The pond hamar which will be opened in Leek by the Lard

£Za.LI a as TO GO FOR 'THREE DAYS The pond hamar which will be opened in Leek by the Lard

Ida Goulding. Mice Sophie Va... alts Erally Eaady. MI. tlylsta liamiltos. Miss Edith Coolla. Piaootorte.—Mts, Edith Coplin, Mim Sophia Vase , Mls Fiblllrod lligrans. Mao Edith telly. Masa Mel harm, Miss Casolins Malmo. Mls Eileen Dobbs. Miss Nstlis Edwards
May 27, 1905 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST PRACTICAL EXAMINATIONS.

BELFAST PRACTICAL EXAMINATIONS.

(Pass)—Sara A. (P.J. Grade Foor Advanced (Rononrs)—Alicia Glendinning IP.I, Mary L. Hynes (P.|. Wlnifml Morrell (P.) ißangor). Edith Yarr (P-). Bertie Youogo (V.). Grade Four Advanced (Pass)— Mary J. Austin (P.). Mary F. Barkley (8.). Alexandra Clendinning
June 7, 1905 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

); Ash-win, Harriett Francos (Cantab.); Barker, Ethel Ross (Cantab.); Barlow, Margaret HI (vinor Williams (Cantab.); Bass, Edith (Cantab.) ; Bennett, Mary Amelia (Cantab.); Bishop Henrietta (Cantab.); Brough, Mary Elizabeth (Cantab.); Brown, Doris Rowland
May 1, 1905 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WEEKLY IRISH TIMES, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1905.

WEEKLY IRISH TIMES, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1905.

Talior, Dublin, Margaret Emma; Todd, Edith; Tukc. Margaret The candidates for the honorary degrees were j . Walmsloy, .Mary; Whitelaw. Annie; Wllpresented the Senior Proctor, Rev. Thomas liarns, MuUI; Willis. Edith; Willis. Ethel Gertrude: Kingsmill Abbott
July 15, 1905 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRUIT GROWING.

FRUIT GROWING.

ifly, Trinity Oolbaai Hr. O. H. OMham. B. ; Ml. Geo. Sigeaon, ®«peaito, »CT. George O'Neill, 8.J.; Mr. «t J' M-Netay,' Mite Edith Oidham, Mr*. C, W. Wilton, E- Griffitfa, C. R. aeojd>egan, J £. Geostkegan, Atribrose Kelly, JAliaa.,Craig, Miaa 3L Maher,
October 11, 1905 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland