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trying to blackmail Fellenger me," said drily. "You did your best to ruin me. and to put bad thoughts into my heart as to Gregory's wealth and my own poverty. See here, Mr. Finks," added Louie, turning to the detective. "I am a man of science; I am devoted
05 December 1903 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The NOMPOWO COOL

The NOMPOWO COOL

after time to inquire about the plaintiff. On the following he motored out in another ear, accompanied by his wife, Mr►. Gregory, Miss Fintherstoaltaugh, and Isis boy Gordon, drove At no time was there any complaint about the accident, and lie never knew
12 January 1917 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRACKED BY A TATTOO. By FERGUS HUME, lughor of "Tla• ifystery of is Samoa Cab,' " TAe Corewswis,"

TRACKED BY A TATTOO. By FERGUS HUME, lughor of "Tla• ifystery of is Samoa Cab,' " TAe Corewswis,"

he is foolish, but he not guilty." "What would you say, 'Miss Colmer , if I told you that I bad found the assassin of Sir Gregory?" asked Yanks after a pause. "I should at once congratulate you and doubt you." was toe quick response. "No, Mr. Yanks, you
31 October 1903 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRACKED BY A TATTOO. By FERGUS HUME, Author of "The Mystery Is 11010110111 Cab," "TI. Corbwiede," Es.

TRACKED BY A TATTOO. By FERGUS HUME, Author of "The Mystery Is 11010110111 Cab," "TI. Corbwiede," Es.

desire ; but personally speaking I would prefer not to lift one Anger to discover the assassin—or rather the punisher—of Gregory Fellenger." "You hated him, then?" mud ranks quietly. "I hated him—l hate him yet, even though be is dead. You wonder at my
07 November 1903 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LISBURN STANDARD-SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1895.

THE LISBURN STANDARD-SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1895.

you are not nameless to others. As for your patient, my name is Mary Gregory." "Gregory ? It must be so," Ralph said to himself ; then aloud: " You have not told me yet, Miss Gregory, that I am forgiven fur my intrusion. Timm was no time to stand on ceremony
24 August 1895 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEXT WEEK'S LISTENINC.

NEXT WEEK'S LISTENINC.

Colum. Shelah Richards, who is in one Act. by Lady Gregory. "The Rising the wife of Denis Johnston. the disof the Moon. - a play in one Att. by Lady tinguished Irish dramatist, is herself an Gregory. Production: S. A. BuHoch. actress, and is well known
21 May 1937 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HUNTING FATALITY.

HUNTING FATALITY.

Yard. Sere he explained to the person in authority that while he had every hope of capturing the assassin of the late Sir Gregory Fellenger. yet be was bound to point out that the expenses of the case would be considerable. To this the person in authority
19 September 1903 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Dinneo In Ow Town Hall.

Dinneo In Ow Town Hall.

and fittingly acknowledged by Mr. Clarke. Tke toast "District Inspector Gregory," which wee proposed by Mr. James E. Peals, warmly accepted , and duly resumed to by Mr. Gregory. The other masts were "The Press" and "The Vocalists." the evening a musical
07 January 1911 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CURRENT SPORT. --~- t " Socc " LaAuua United, playing on their own ground, were expected to have • fairly

CURRENT SPORT. --~- t " Socc " LaAuua United, playing on their own ground, were expected to have • fairly

... Gregory, e Hirst, b Rhodes ... Armstrong, c Brsuod, b Rhodes ... 1 Kelly run out 8 Howell. c Fielder, b Rhodes 0 Satualers. not out 2 Total ... DOT. c Broood, b Rhodos Tramper, c Rolf, b Rhodes ... c Reif, b Rhodos Noble, not out ... Gregory, o Rhodes
09 January 1904 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BABYLON AS IT IS.

BABYLON AS IT IS.

the original invoke? Witness—He souk( have very foolirli if be had. District-Inspector Gregory—Would you lucre kept it if he bad? Mr. Maginess—thi! easy. Mr. Gregory'. (Laughter.) 'to witness—Have you the %lightest doubt Mr. Hell would have paid you on
14 December 1917 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland