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THE BUBBLE THAT BURST.

THE BUBBLE THAT BURST.

stock-takings, Edith I opened fc_ber „ act ly it had been when last he eaw It. and th. death, of .ho t i, plump, grinning, little Imy. Edith was standing the gate of the one Briggs, mother; thw her 60n _ when he had i, d a. his own-Edith with her tongue
January 26, 1929 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A 'TALE OF SHANGHAI. (H, BYRNE HACKETT.)

A 'TALE OF SHANGHAI. (H, BYRNE HACKETT.)

mud» out 'E. Neilsen.' Your nmnie is V. hot let too remind you that ' btaials fur 'Edith.'" THE DESERTED HOU %E. Neilsen hurried b..ck to the house. 110 called to Edith. There was uo answer. 110 shouted for thu servants. No ore replied. Thn .musc was empty
March 9, 1929 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mill KILTS 111111MIN11

Mill KILTS 111111MIN11

front row just below, Edith sat, radiant and proud, her eyes never leaving her husband's flashed face. "Why limn% the other man—the real hero —come forward!" Joe asked himself again and again. But all that answered was the echo of Edith's voice: "A fresh
December 28, 1929 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DROGHEDA ARGUS AND ADVERTISER. DEC. 28 1926 was too late, could not blot that out. He still remained the

THE DROGHEDA ARGUS AND ADVERTISER. DEC. 28 1926 was too late, could not blot that out. He still remained the

definitely through the clouds, and Edith began to sing about the house. Then, barely a week before Christmas, he found himself " listed," with about a doses others, for retrenchment owing to bad trade. And only that morning Edith had been chatting and laughing
December 28, 1929 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
Coward's Courage. A STRANGE CHRISTMAS DRAMA. Ilv EAftLE DANESFORD.

Coward's Courage. A STRANGE CHRISTMAS DRAMA. Ilv EAftLE DANESFORD.

Ile simply must find work! For months now he had stumbled along under the heavy burden of hardship and poverty, in which Edith, Ira; wile, and Daisy, their baby girl, had morn than borne their share. Desperation had driven him out of Morehester, where
December 28, 1929 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 

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A STRANGE CHRISTMAS DRAMA.

A STRANGE CHRISTMAS DRAMA.

front row just below, Edith sat, radiant and proud, her eyes never leaving her husband's flushed face. Why Hasn't the other man—the reel hero —coma lirward? " ion sakcd himself again and again. But all that answered was the echo of Edith's voice: - . "A fresh
December 28, 1929 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
Aral t et! Jcv it 1 ilffloolll A? 'Mk 0.P.0 AS A lIEWSPAPIAL MONDAY, JULY 8, 1929. \ TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC, LONDON.

Aral t et! Jcv it 1 ilffloolll A? 'Mk 0.P.0 AS A lIEWSPAPIAL MONDAY, JULY 8, 1929. \ TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC, LONDON.

Hilda Park. V (Singing) (Mr. R. Rome UAYtk). Darin Connolly. SS IMit3 Illarpart. Arthur Mowatt. SS (Mr. James Damn. T.LC.O.). Edith Kennedy. (Mr. P. Kennedy. L.T.C.L.I. Maureen Miteardie (Mr. J. H. anaratan). Dort., Dunlop. U (Him Dann. L.T.C.L.). Ada K.
July 8, 1929 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
jacket he always wore on home occasions. Very handsome he > fi

jacket he always wore on home occasions. Very handsome he > fi

party >p . .. It l ..' h,5 1 Aunt Ange Tis bringing. Hhe's going toc.fi l , ow . n lher liad waited for [or ITerself, at nine. Edith said aha news of his arrival in this world, and it tbou|()lt W ere annoyed at our dining so , | h had waited several „ * J
January 5, 1929 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL ULSTERYACHTCLUB annual regatta at

ROYAL ULSTERYACHTCLUB annual regatta at

mark opposite Craigavad, Lady Edith establishing a good lead. On© round was sailed of the long course, a distance 18 miles. Lady Edith allowed Cooya 30 minutes 36 seconds. Result; Start. Finish. H. M. 9. H. M. s. Lady Edith 7 416 54 Cooya .V..* 11 55 Not
July 13, 1929 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Idiot Bask Binder Beat

Idiot Bask Binder Beat

were paid by stating that the premium, by om Mrs. Collins, sea., sidering that they had consen t ed mother-an-law of 31rs. Edith R. (Idling. the other cases. The matter was raised That seemed to be the whole defence. a long time ago, and the defendants
February 23, 1929 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland