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LYNDON Or NIGH CLIFFS. :SER DB

LYNDON Or NIGH CLIFFS. :SER DB

stunned. And in stocky silence Joe eventually weal home with Edith. " Of mares, you're ashamed of me sow," he muttered; bat there was no trace of complaint in his tone, only a cold resignshon. But Edith shook her head. Her eyes were red with weeping, but she
December 31, 1932 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
NONET TO LEND.

NONET TO LEND.

- Mrs. Moore . Wasson . 'B7 (Mr. T . .. 1. M. Ken) . 17 BRIDGE STREET. BELFAST.PearI Ferguson 80 Miss Jones). reMunehen). Edith M. Hunter, A.T.C.L. Mr, James Dann. 'sob& E. Btewart, 86 (Princess Gardens School: Robert Gourley...ll (Miss M'Alister, Lame)
August 24, 1932 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
- Wv hasn't the other man—the real sm. —come forward?" Joe asked himself again and again. But all that answered

- Wv hasn't the other man—the real sm. —come forward?" Joe asked himself again and again. But all that answered

stunned. Mid in stony silence Joe eventually went home with Edith. "Of course, you're ashamed ef me now," he muttered; bat there was no trace of complaint is his tone, only a cold resignation. But Edith shook her head. Her eyes were red with weeping, but she
December 31, 1932 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
BALLYCLARt

BALLYCLARt

Pianoforte solo, Edith Bell; recitation,Teeny M'Clean; ]a display of sash drill No 1 team; dialogue. Perseverance wins. Molly Perry and Esther Barnes; solo and chorus. O dear, what can the matter be. soloists, Lizzie Wilson and Edith ; recitation, Audrey
March 12, 1932 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AT BALMORAL

AT BALMORAL

Jameson—Lilyhill Little Cobweb Open bitch—l, A. Swan—Mi-Aroma; 2, Lady Edith Bess; S, Lady Edith Wyndham—Rose of the World of Sobam. Brace— Miss Sally Logan’s brace. Team—Lady Edith team. BLACK AND TAN TEBBIEBB (MINIATUBE) Novice dog or bitch —1, James
September 15, 1932 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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YACHTING. THE ROYAL ALFRED YACHT CLUB. EASY SUCCESS FOR LADY EDITH. The Na of two handicaps fur yachts over 10

YACHTING. THE ROYAL ALFRED YACHT CLUB. EASY SUCCESS FOR LADY EDITH. The Na of two handicaps fur yachts over 10

YACHTING. THE ROYAL ALFRED YACHT CLUB. EASY SUCCESS FOR LADY EDITH. The Na of two handicaps fur yachts over 10 Pm. resulted in an tatty win for Lady Edith ou Saturday. It may haw beam due to bOilk• extent to her higher sail plait, but .he actor gate her
June 13, 1932 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EDUCATION. UIIEI EIHIEI SCmiL, MAGHERAFBLT. (Founded itis.) Tlio are gained by i.upil' ' ,l t * , ' during the

EDUCATION. UIIEI EIHIEI SCmiL, MAGHERAFBLT. (Founded itis.) Tlio are gained by i.upil' ' ,l t * , ' during the

Andrews. William E. Charles, Edith M. Oorby. Doreen Henderson, Nellie M‘ Koown. Solicitors' Apprentices’ Preliminary Examination. Patrick J. M'Nally (2nd place). Certificate Examinations, High Places Obtained. SKNIOR GRADE. Edith M. Derby —-"itli I’.iuh-
September 24, 1932 - Mid-Ulster Mail - Cookstown, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
COLLIES (ROUGH).

COLLIES (ROUGH).

Graphic. Graduate Dog or Bitch-1, Lady Edith Wyndham—James of Soham; 2, Mrs. W. J. Jameson—Lilyhill Little Cobweb; 3. 11 iii Sally Logan—Little Pickwick. Open Dog--1, H. Lemon—Bullard Blue Imperial; 2 Lady Edith Wyndham—James of Soham ; 3, Mrs. W. J.
September 15, 1932 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1932 BIGAMY AND FRAUD CHARGES

BELFAST TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1932 BIGAMY AND FRAUD CHARGES

any death certificates. His work was satisfactory." Mrs. Catherine Edith Giese, of City Road. London, E.C.. said that she knew Kirkup as William Faulkner, who married her daughter Edith in 1920. Last October he told her that he had assumed the name "Kirkup
March 23, 1932 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FIVE.VOWEL WORDS

FIVE.VOWEL WORDS

Work! He simply must find work! For months now he had stumbled along Oder the heavy burden of hardship and poverty, in which Edith, his wife, and Daisy, their baby girl, had more than borne their share. Desperation had driven him out of Norchester, where
December 31, 1932 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland