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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
 
THE GIGGLING GIRL.

THE GIGGLING GIRL.

minutes later they were seated in the ’.glow |amp. Edith leaning rest.fully against soft folds of her cloak. "While (piick glance took in the dainty room ; whose every appointment had come from the home Edith had loved and lost, the girl was vvhimmcal'y wondering
February 28, 1902 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE OVERSEAS LEAGUE.

THE OVERSEAS LEAGUE.

Begge. Edith Brace, Wilbalaiaa Knee, and beneK. Witnese lifted the doth end fan it to Brace. She had ain two three oooaaioae. There was ao doubt that Edith Brace was them at the tine of the tbefto (ten MiUar'e. Hr. Orahan—Don’t yon think that Edith worked
November 14, 1907 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE RIGHT HON VISCOUNT HAILSHAM OF HAILSHAM, P.C.

THE RIGHT HON VISCOUNT HAILSHAM OF HAILSHAM, P.C.

ier information from the Local ry, Mr. T. G. Vincent, 80 Grew Candidates' Names. Teachers' Names. Marie B. Smyrell. 78 (Miss Edith Matters. Stewartstown Ruth M. Montgomery. 77 (Princess Gardens School (Miss Meta Galt. L.R.A.M., A.T.C.L.I. Bettie Smith, 77
January 28, 1939 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CONSTITUTION, JUNE 28, 1902.

THE CONSTITUTION, JUNE 28, 1902.

His intense gum drew them from under their heavy lids to meet his in a calm searching question. "We shill have to do it, Edith," he said, smiling. "They won't let us live in peace without." "It would not be wrong?" thoughtfully. "Wrong!" Then burst out
June 28, 1902 - Northern Constitution - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern 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
 
She sprang her feet and looked round. Lndr Edith was sitting upright in bed, and to the maid seemed that

She sprang her feet and looked round. Lndr Edith was sitting upright in bed, and to the maid seemed that

believe or dream that Lady Edith Warburton could have any reason for wishing a poor operative like Mark Harper out of the wav? Much more likely his daughter, who probably hated him, as deserved ! A faint smile came back to Lady Edith’s lip« t which faded again
December 11, 1914 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HARBOUR<—MRB. W. E. WILLI AMES. WIFE OF, THE CHAIRMAN Of THE . E. WILUAMES. D.LJ. CHRISTENING THE NEW hLOT CUTTtR. EDITH IOOK. (INSET) MISS RUDD PRESENTING MRS. WILLIAMES WITH A BOUQUET ON BEHALF OF'THE PILOTAGE. , ,

HARBOUR<—MRB. W. E. WILLI AMES. WIFE OF, THE CHAIRMAN Of THE . E. WILUAMES. D.LJ. CHRISTENING THE NEW hLOT CUTTtR. EDITH IOOK. (INSET) MISS RUDD PRESENTING MRS. WILLIAMES WITH A BOUQUET ON BEHALF OF'THE PILOTAGE. , ,

They had brought the Edith Williames her tew duties ruder the most favourable auspices. she long hold tliat station, to of service to the port end help the mariner. Most appropriately the new steam pilot cutter has been named the Edith VviUiujues," and the
September 30, 1922 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STATUTORY NOTICE TO CREDITORS.

STATUTORY NOTICE TO CREDITORS.

Bend dorm thy touch to meet; The clover- blowsoms in the grass, Rise up to kiss thy feet " Had not he also thought of his Edith throughnut the service, and throughout the sermon, and was be not now standing by her side, in the old churchyard, that to
June 6, 1908 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Ems A BURIED SECRET. e "la Owsplay." oft, ONION 11101010 N, d do. sin the Tinsley had minssay is Ms

Ems A BURIED SECRET. e "la Owsplay." oft, ONION 11101010 N, d do. sin the Tinsley had minssay is Ms

tempted by catapaaira wimp "He did sok me, M gnat to haw." Had it bees gleam Edith sight have Isla • weed mile ever Mrs. Morley's face as mica Why wen yes se and to Welter Remy last Edith sowed the ppm before her impetiesuly. ' I don't like Omens Ramsay. sad
August 17, 1900 - North Down Herald and County Down Independent - Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland