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Coward's Courage. A STRANGE CHRISTMAS DRAMA. BY EARLE DANESFORD.

Coward's Courage. A STRANGE CHRISTMAS DRAMA. BY EARLE DANESFORD.

row just below, Edith eat, radiant and proud, her eyes never leaving her husband s flushed face. "Why linnet the other man—the real hero —come forward ? " Joe asked himself again and again. But all alai answered was the echo of Edith's voice: . . "liresi
December 6, 1930 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
DROGHEDA ARGUS AND ADVERTISER. DEC. 6. 1930

DROGHEDA ARGUS AND ADVERTISER. DEC. 6. 1930

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 dozen others, for retrenchment owing to bad trade. And only that morning Edith had been chatting and laughing
December 6, 1930 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC, LONDON.

TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC, LONDON.

Mardi, Catheartl. Petty Gardener iMise V. M'Caberty). Edith Cordon (Mrs. W. Wilson). Ethel Gray (Mira )1. Browne) Joan Houston (Miss A. 11. Wand.. Bangor). Freerick lain Vie L.8.A.X.. A.T.C.L. I I Edith fjoinizivan (Mk. 1.6 Graham'. Adeline Richardson (Crenbrook
June 10, 1930 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HE LOOKED AWFUL-

HE LOOKED AWFUL-

Good evening. Mrs. - ood,' he said, ' can I t , :ee Edith?' 1 said to him: is bed-time. you ow. :She is in the kitchen. Don't set her.' ' He said: Thank you, I will not her; I will nut hurt her.' Edith came out of the kitchen into lobby where they would
May 20, 1930 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
"SLIP IT TO JOE!”

"SLIP IT TO JOE!”

Speed Certificate* (SO word* per minute): Edith Parker, Kathleen Orr. Incorporated Phonographic Society. (Tjpiato’ Section). Elementary Certificates: Edith Parker, Kathleen Orr. Intermediate Certificate; Edith Parker. First Standard—Ada Beil. Second S
February 22, 1930 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 

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aIiCATIONS WILL II mama

aIiCATIONS WILL II mama

front row just below, Edith sat, radiant and proud, her eyes never leaving her husband'ii flushed face. Why hasn't 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 6, 1930 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
REJECTED LOVER'S ACT. SUICIDE IN FIANCEE'S HOUSE. MADAM STORY OF TRAGEDY "ALL °TES IN A MINUTE." Said to have been

REJECTED LOVER'S ACT. SUICIDE IN FIANCEE'S HOUSE. MADAM STORY OF TRAGEDY "ALL °TES IN A MINUTE." Said to have been

been going with my tliorgliter foe mom time, hot Edith Itroke it of about two months ago. Nly married Mr. Writ. sister time ago and •e have been fries& for mem weer., warned feel the separation from Edith, owl he attempted to tee her teveral times. Yesterday
May 20, 1930 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DERRY RURAL COURT. TWO CASES OF ASSAULT. FIVE SHEEP OWNERS FINED. At Londonderry Rural Petty Sessions yesterday, before Messrs. J.

DERRY RURAL COURT. TWO CASES OF ASSAULT. FIVE SHEEP OWNERS FINED. At Londonderry Rural Petty Sessions yesterday, before Messrs. J.

threw potatoes at Sigei son’s house, and John Sigerson followed him to the house to ask Edith control him. He didn't interfere with any of them, except to prevent Edith hitting him with the tongs. When he was going away flower pot was thrown at him. The
November 13, 1930 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
FION BELFAST STATIOIL

FION BELFAST STATIOIL

(soprano) (by kind permission of Moss Empires and Clayton & Waller); Edith Penciller (flautist). Sketch." The Mouse." by Beatrice Mayor. Melville Gideon (entertainer at Ibe 'piano); Edith Clegg (poems and stories). 60- Nireellier Forecast, ho. 6.15—A speech
June 2, 1930 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SISTER IN COURT

SISTER IN COURT

The death of Miss Edith May Parker, who was kabbed while walking on Dartford Heath, was investigated today when the inquest opened at Partford. Miss Parker, who was 23, left her home in Elm Road, Dartford, on Friday with her sister, Evelyn
April 15, 1930 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland