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M. A. BELL’S APPOINTMENTS.

M. A. BELL’S APPOINTMENTS.

conversation, from the mater.hia though'fulness, usefulness, and charming amiability from the governor; while Edith ’ ' „ , • Oh, yea—while Edith ?' echoed Rochester • Hat g it, she has never even mentioned his name * dangerous symptom that!’ ‘Of course
February 13, 1909 - Ulster Gazette - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
men, the elder Warden lived up to within a very small margin of his income. The business was a valuable

men, the elder Warden lived up to within a very small margin of his income. The business was a valuable

quietly, "and ask the latest tape price of Perros." Edith rose with a sigh and went to the telephone. While she was ringing, John snatched up a pen and wrote feverishly. Again a cry burst from Edith as almost sobbing she called to her brother— "They say
September 11, 1909 - Kerryman - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
that her presence by her father's aide wee so longer necessary. The offices of Warden and Son occupied the first

that her presence by her father's aide wee so longer necessary. The offices of Warden and Son occupied the first

and give me a few minutes of your time. 1 want to know where we can get some money if it is wanted." A few minutes later Edith oame into the office. "Good," said John quietly to her. "You're got to be my clerk to-day, Edie." "I don't understand," replied
September 11, 1909 - Kerryman - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
HERE FORDS.

HERE FORDS.

—lal nrizc, Mrs. Edith F. N’ugent. Ko^omount, Moate, Co. Westmeath—Crown Prince, rod ami while, calved January 24, 19)6, bred- exhibitor. ». (.alfcr (24.039’, d. Prince** Ena (V. 57. p. 609) bv All Ireland 3rd ,21.915); 2nd prize, Mrs. Edith F. Nugent. Rosemount
February 12, 1909 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SUPPLEMENT TO THE. KERRYMAN

SUPPLEMENT TO THE. KERRYMAN

had left the office, Edith sprang up. She implored her brother to sell at once so that their ruin should not be hopeless. But John merely replied that he would like to know whether there had been any change in his father. So Edith went to the telephone
September 11, 1909 - Kerryman - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 

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AND TYRONE AND 0001E0AL REPORTER. t.

AND TYRONE AND 0001E0AL REPORTER. t.

'ready to drop. She learned almost helplessly against her preserver, and • familiar, bust agitated voice asked eagerly" Edith !—Edith, what brings you here?" "The gaoler and Sir Douglas Burton's son —they have tricked caught me, and carried me off; but
May 1, 1909 - Strabane Weekly News - Strabane, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
univerwitiea, for there were the <lax. w ‘emities of every description were 1/0. poor man's son. They might, then hopefully

univerwitiea, for there were the <lax. w ‘emities of every description were 1/0. poor man's son. They might, then hopefully

following took pirt Edith Evelyn Watiehope. Ilester Gotei. ll•Kinley Kathleen Ferris, Evelyn 5t...1 Qt•eenie . Marshall, Amy M•Kinsti. Fran.. Ruddy, Wanda O'Hara. Valerie • Grest.., Ella Hanna, Mild% Buchanan. May I.iyhot..h. Edith Rigby, %Finale Greyatotw
January 23, 1909 - Newry Reporter - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
CONCERT AT WATERTTXLE

CONCERT AT WATERTTXLE

ie 1 ng” was admirably rendered '’ field, Isabel Gwendoline Fran^' * Tranfield, Edith Bona, Emily eir 'rrv,a Camruchael, and McMullen. 1 ® logue, “Little Mothers,” by Edith T/elia McMullen was very P T| l '.: fri? Sketch” was very amusing. The UF', the
December 23, 1909 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FOLKESTONE-Yesterday.

FOLKESTONE-Yesterday.

3 to 1 agst Mansvelt. 5 1 Flying lima. 7 lo 1 Lady Edith. 10 to 1 Blue Sand, and 100 8 any other—Mansvelt made play clear of Flying lima, who in turn was well in advance of Huckle My Buff. Lady Edith, and Premier, with Bloc Sand whipping In. Thus they
August 19, 1909 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANTIGESTA

ANTIGESTA

forth like the stars in the firmament heaven.” He gazed at her with an expression that would have terrified most girls, but Edith Crawford was not afraid. She felt that she had another champion now, and abe no longer feared the machinations ol this bad
May 21, 1909 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland