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sh-rp" I si • '-jVI ( pusm -®, K ■». Wi i- start the day brimful af cnrnrv. Donor told

sh-rp" I si • '-jVI ( pusm -®, K ■». Wi i- start the day brimful af cnrnrv. Donor told

day brimful af cnrnrv. Donor told Edith that Horlii ks could iidp her to get tliis tst Group Sleep. Iu . ... From that dav, Edith made herself HAVE a great admiration and >ig cupful .his delicious lor my cousin Edith. beverage every night. It was soon
November 21, 1941 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Pilot Killed as His Bombs Hit Ship

Pilot Killed as His Bombs Hit Ship

my cousin Edith. She is the only woman I know who has a man’s self-reliance combined with womanly looks and charm. start the day brimful of energy. Doctor told Edith that Horlicks could help her to get this ist Group Sleep. From that day, Edith made herself
November 24, 1941 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Where Edith?” he asked. Lord Warburton looked with bewildered expression, and glanced vaguely about the room. Lady St. Stephen looked

Where Edith?” he asked. Lord Warburton looked with bewildered expression, and glanced vaguely about the room. Lady St. Stephen looked

Where Edith?” he asked. Lord Warburton looked with bewildered expression, and glanced vaguely about the room. Lady St. Stephen looked the ioor round her chair, as though Lady Edith was needle had dropped. **l am sure I don’t know,” Lord Warburton said
November 27, 1914 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CERTIFICATE.

CERTIFICATE.

Nelson (Mr. Hogg. L.T.C.L.). Eileen Rea (Mrs. Weir). ' ADVANCED PREPARATORY DIVISION. HONOURS. Robert Irvine. Mita Edith Hunter, A,T.C.L.). , Edith Sloan. 89 (Miss E. Fleming, A.T.C.L.). Roth R. Wilson, 16 (Min Olive Montgomery). Marjorie M. Vincent. IS (Miss
August 26, 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LISBURN TECHNICAL SCHOOL

LISBURN TECHNICAL SCHOOL

Norman Lyle, Edith Stewart, Mary Bowman, Edmond Flanagan, Annie Kerr, Edith Livingstone. James Pantridge, .Margaret Waring. COOKERY — Mary man, Florence Chapala 11, Kathleen Elmore. Forsythe. .% • M. Kerr, Viola Livingstone. Nlargaret Russell. Edith Stewart
September 4, 1925 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A BAD BEGINNING

A BAD BEGINNING

together at French's, and Edith assisted in purloining the At Miller’s tho-e were Madge Edith Bruce, Wilhelmina Bruce, and herself. She had got six’ months on two or three occasions from Mrs. Bruce. There was no doubt that Edith Bruce was there at the time
November 14, 1907 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Up," «ald tbe «h , «• tr®s« an’ up the drir*—to mad UM* the wat*r.” “Why did you go; “1

Up," «ald tbe «h , «• tr®s« an’ up the drir*—to mad UM* the wat*r.” “Why did you go; “1

involuntarily everyone turneo. She was looking straight at Lady Edith Warburton—lookmg with dilated, wide, dark eyes—pointing at her. “You saw Hazel, didn’t you?** put in the barrister. Lady Edith gave a sudden gasp amd rose. Bessie, turning, was distracted
January 1, 1915 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BEST DOOS

BEST DOOS

Mrs. Edith Cuttle —Hawthorn Fintona; 2, Mrs. Edith Cuttle Hawthorn Keady; 3, Air. Thomas O’Connor— Scoillin. . bitch—l, Mrs. Edith Cuttle— Hawthorn Fintona; 2. Mrs. Edith Cuttle— Hawthorn Keady; 3, Mr. Thomas O’Connor— Scoillin, Brace—l, Airs. Edith
September 19, 1935 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
e• k I: i 1 0... ..5,.... ORIGINAL SECESSION, CHURCR, TOBERDONEY, DERVOCR. LOCAL LAW CASE. kaPlO 4/ 4 KING'S BENCH

e• k I: i 1 0... ..5,.... ORIGINAL SECESSION, CHURCR, TOBERDONEY, DERVOCR. LOCAL LAW CASE. kaPlO 4/ 4 KING'S BENCH

well to hear her sing. Edith— my darling Edith—my long-lost Edith --another moment, and I was by her side. The sweet happiness of that hour wiped away many a sad recollection, effaced the memory of many a wretched month. Edith was changed, like myself
December 24, 1902 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OUR SHORT STORY.

OUR SHORT STORY.

toothache,” stammered Edith. I Any explanation would have satisfied Miss Stanhope that moment. She grasped Edith to the m£i. 1 must know what has happened. 1 daren't down alone; come.” I Andrew had been caught! The tbought set Edith’s brain spinning with
July 12, 1902 - Longford Journal - Longford, Longford, Republic of Ireland