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7:IIC.COGFIEILED.A. AMIE, SIXICIBIELNLIESS. 4

7:IIC.COGFIEILED.A. AMIE, SIXICIBIELNLIESS. 4

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 down others, for retrenchment owing to bad trade. And only that morning Edith had been chatting and laughing
December 26, 1931 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
PASS.

PASS.

Whitehead. Miss K. Dorman, LR.A.11.1. Muriel Richardson (Miss Tackaberry, Dungannonl. Margaret Haveron (Mies B. WConnelt, Larne). Edith Denimlly (Mrs. G. Waugh) Eileen Drumard (Larne Schoo: of Music, Mrs. M. Munchen). Hannah Y. Fultcn I Miss M. H Laird). Kathleen
June 15, 1931 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
- wnv hasn't the other man—the real 7 —come - forward? " Joe asked himself again , and again. But

- wnv hasn't the other man—the real 7 —come - forward? " Joe asked himself again , and again. But

And in stony silence Joe eventually went home with Edith. " Of course, you're ashamed el' me now," he muttered; but there was no trace of complaint in his tone, only • cold resigna• tion. But Edith shook her bead. Her eyes were red with weeping, but
December 26, 1931 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
3.3')—RIVERSIDE PLATE.

3.3')—RIVERSIDE PLATE.

PLATE. Horning Port—Lady Edith. Daily Telegraph (Newmarket Correspondent)—Lady Daily He raid—Lady Edith. Daily Sketch—Lady Edith. Sporting Lite and SporUmaa (Augur)—Lady Edith. Sporting Life and .Sportaman (Man on tha Kpot>— Edith (nap). Sportin
May 26, 1931 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THUNDERSTORM AND DELUGE

THUNDERSTORM AND DELUGE

Cotton-1. MisiMinnie Vance, Ballinamallard; 2, Miss Edith V. Vance. Darn on Woollen Sock-1. Miss Minnie Vance; 2, Miss Edith V. Vance. Linen Button and Button-hole on Linen or cotton Band-1, Miss Edith V. Vance; 2, Miss Minnie Vance Lady's Tweed Skirt-1
September 3, 1931 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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AO—SKELTON HANDICAP

AO—SKELTON HANDICAP

MAIDEN PLATE Sporting Lifo (Augur)—Lady Edith. Sporting Life ißendlgo)—Lady Edith. Sporting Life (Man Edith (nap). Morning Advertiser—Peacock's Selected. Daily Sketch-Lady Edith. Tha Edith. Morning Poat—Lady Edith. 4-O-NORMANIY MAIDEN PLA
May 26, 1931 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CLYDE CASUALTIES Nearly a Dozen Boats Forced to Give Up The racing fleet got mother eeveto bufleting »t the regatta

CLYDE CASUALTIES Nearly a Dozen Boats Forced to Give Up The racing fleet got mother eeveto bufleting »t the regatta

ketch Fedo, which died 26 minutes 39 seconds from Lady Edith, won first prize in the handicap over 15 tons. Rose, which had 8 minutes 33 seconds, secured second place, add Lady Edith third. Lady Edith quickly established the lead the beat down the Firth
July 6, 1931 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
4.3S—CLA RE MON T PLATE.

4.3S—CLA RE MON T PLATE.

Post—Lady Edith. legrapb (Newmarket Correspondent)—Lady Daily Herald—Athgreany Ally. Daily Sketch—EJaey’s selected. Sporting Life and Spoitaman (Augur)—Lady Edith, win , Athgreany Ally, place. Sporting I.de and Sportsman (Man on the Spot)— lady Edith Sporting
May 2, 1931 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BALMORAL CUP FINAL CUNWILLIAM STAKES (*£). CELTIC SPRINT (%i) TO-NIGHT – FIRST RACE 8 F.M.

BALMORAL CUP FINAL CUNWILLIAM STAKES (*£). CELTIC SPRINT (%i) TO-NIGHT – FIRST RACE 8 F.M.

starboard, Rose to leeward but slightly ah* of Verve, with Lady Edith a length or astern, but well up to windward. It out to the Gantocks mark, and less a mile from the start Lady Edith was, leading boat. Rose could make little headway the but the spinnaker
July 3, 1931 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CLYDE FORTNIGHT CLOSES

CLYDE FORTNIGHT CLOSES

and the Irish boats, Lady Edith (scratch) and Verve (4 minutes 3 seconds), and the Clyde ketch Dodo (14 minutes seconds) opened the programme with a race of miles. Verve led the trio at the first mark at Invcrkip, but Lady Edith passed the black cutter
July 8, 1931 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland