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  • For Years: 1910 - 1919
  • Type: Illustrated

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Dublin Daily Express

Dublin Daily Express Dublin, Republic of Ireland

7 Dec 1911

LATE MARQUIS OF AND HIS HEIR. Count Poer. H.M-L. Lord Marcus IWredord. Earl of Tyroae, Lard Peci«” ; “From Lady Constance Butler’; ‘With deepest sympathv from Major and ' M, Lord IWivsford. ' Mrs. I)jrh*m jfitthewi” ; ‘AVith Mrs. Hi.it ('arn.L;.> wavte'a

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Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

10 May 1913

ioditideal, he a Catholic or his empathise's - 6W w they teethed down and hieing. Mr. Too. 1t5, who wee stated bays glove mien net te employ Catholics, bed sot has pre. duce& and Mr. Militias. sibs woo seers bare said that if hi. cars brother • Catholic

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Sport (Dublin)

Sport (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

17 Feb 1917

leather of his right Awe on his old friend Bob Avery, who ar ' in an instant, slot nos consent been asked so undertake the names of Spencer's boot, tripped a scene of exciteme this important battle. job. Since his defeat by Phil Sump hi m • i n his fi ght

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Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

4 Jul 1911

1012 tear 110% Mn J W Wolter 1 Mr II Dewor's RERRALIbT, 4. 11.12 J Mast. 2 Mrs a T Jackses's JACK STR A RIT.. 6. 10.12 Mr N Marshall 3 Ilse raa—gr J P alorpby's Rosy Rork. 6. 10.0 (Mr •R P Ntobol, Wise, trotted by Mr. J. W. AA/or. Tyre., Wat•rfor4. Rettiar-7

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

11 Mar 1916

Sic t o his stepmother. Margieet Lai; Waterlow, at present in France. Counsel that the •etior, should be adplumed. so that the esidence of the Dowager Lady ‘Vaterloic be taken on commission or that te allowed to withdraw the actlon. when Lady Watellow

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

24 Aug 1910

clooad Mr Haggawa, Mr. Mr. Bogera. Mr. firm, and !c «p. I Father Bell. Mr Bed. Mr. Pathra. Mra 1 .MOjOWV. Innt gaar. rewon. Mr. Thrawrotv, Mra. Thorr'on, Mr. C. m- on), thia aeaaoß. 5'1.27fi,G00; ' laat Thoratno. Mr and Mra. Bom Mra Parnell. Mr. and .

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Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

17 Nov 1911

MR, T. H. SLOAN NOT HOUR RUM In a torture is the Independent Otanite Hall. Belies:. last night. 0.1 8.11- lour Reeignation. Mr. Thanes 111. eIOSS• es-11. P.. -.aid that ter the pest tear nr lite thu position of Mr. liallaer lied hot you a rianfortahle

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Dublin Evening Telegraph

Dublin Evening Telegraph Dublin, Republic of Ireland

10 Jan 1914

• Raster form the prin. d the popular Mean obese hors met link. Mr. 100 C. illy, • intone. will ern in of Manfeeti. Mr. Lilly blow lila • eery draw ,ad. *winding deli_ miss repeat his pliel•Maltel Privet* Full et lama a net • Aril as. peak i tie pay

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Dublin Evening Telegraph

Dublin Evening Telegraph Dublin, Republic of Ireland

19 Jun 1911

mine I by oho des leded .snags, Mr. Petrie& sods es order to his Mira oaks tr rimless sympathy a so like Ireland, aid ass male nos are .. that Mr. Lloyd liars. bee fallen into lc: sierelated wpb the ha Mr.. hi Mammas no hi iertbe for etas or (kitty ars

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Dublin Evening Telegraph

Dublin Evening Telegraph Dublin, Republic of Ireland

7 Oct 1911

, aprons. 1. Mr. any for o ak'; uisplaa — tinnbA ; Raw Bn• • Row noisy Ina Yo• ' , ma! Mr. (haading out m. 0. tak• two; Ati ••••;Fo, I ud (with yea. ww ate th.a. Autumn Last. will Mr. Caw,ton. (Airs Las! forty la M r and peratringly Mr. Carnpuiti—l'au

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Dublin Evening Telegraph

Dublin Evening Telegraph Dublin, Republic of Ireland

16 Mar 1910

Lame. DCNMATEN, 3 rm. tat 411 I 'Mr. C. Ribber . * ASSAYER, by Ashford- • *PCPs! United V. Laff•r•oli• Maids., 4 1111.5. 1 lady de Sooty. 6 ye, 10112 _Fel • I n o .. „,____., ~. Lord M. LtiCllB. • yam. 744 4:1 Mr Mama, • yea, TM Mb leer. . . A. Eason

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

18 Mar 1915

(returned unopposed). Vire-Chairman—Mr. J. Guerin (unopposed). Treasurer—Mr. E. Jackson (unopposed). Registrar-Air. J. ltvan (unopposed). Secretary—Mr 1). O'Connell, 65 votes) Mr. C. Rolland. 52. So rode nn.: !h. • leo ler. ShAlloglns, but :NEVER gone A•r

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Sport (Dublin)

Sport (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

27 Aug 1910

Muir write tenhed 1 . by Gage ..acid be Mr. Jan Leon R. Dublin, dr ' dd. showing • dad saving Cain. in oil hie H. 31. CIA • by A. Ter *coed • lir Me* 11**e. be*n ower . Si.' Mr. C awarded UT. third Sir Merlin. Mr. by Snead es: 1 Ander.% by Bieck ?abhor

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Sport (Dublin)

Sport (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

16 Jan 1915

Weettorreock (Mr I'. Dunne MIMS (Hr T. Nolan) Hunter AGRAR (Mr T. Nolan) curious ANNIE (hr T. Nolan) Hunker PJTK MORE (Mr 7. J. ?whiniest Mr Perkin= NATIONAL VOLUNTEER Olr 3.'7. Putnam) Mr Parkinson SPANISH KNIGHT (Mr 7. J. Parkinson) Mr Partin= BAIDEECTDE

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Weekly Freeman's Journal

Weekly Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

28 Apr 1917

of Pie. Wm. lAird (Canadians), son of the late Mr. Geo. Laird, Killucan, Carrick-on-Shaimon, Severely wounded in September last, he died Chatham last week. He joined Vancouver, where had good position. NATIONALIST’S DEATH.—The death of Mr. L. Armstrong

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Sport (Dublin)

Sport (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

4 Mar 1916

Patrol/Ted IL Us Mosier/ beat Mr. 0 Markey's Gipsy ll. Mr. J. leNally na Molly Dear V. best Mr. M. Conway'. Hailstone Mr. J. Carrpi Red y Mosey best Mr. iltoinnson w Irish Goan& Mr T. Gogan a Mount Granville beet Mr. 7. es F. Mr. P. .1 'd a Q. bat Ma M. Main's

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Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

18 Sep 1913

Dayton 712 A/Kplan Ow (Kr (Mr J Canines) Duane 7 12 Mr Paribas 7 Area :Kr D Mr Pastimes 7 (Mr C 7 wsnio Mr latrines 7 6 Fair/ (Itr J Purklnann) Mr 7 5 Antrim (Mr J Taylor) Dawson 7 2 Mr C Brenton 7 0 (Mr Radonnan) Kr Parkinson 7 0 Al (y r re. mantas) Daoson

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Sport (Dublin)

Sport (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

18 Jul 1914

lour which provided cum test.. Mr. Lev. isohn's American bred gelding Boas a son of Hessian, was well backed to win the Old Newton Cup, though wit so good .1 favourite as Mr. Tanner's Carancho. Boots justiied the faith his importers reposed in him by leading

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

12 May 1915

for the plaintive—Mr. Walker, X.C.; Mr. Fitsg;bbon, K.C.; Mr. Bronakill, X.C., and Mr E M. Fitzgerald (instructed by Mr. R. A. Andrews). Few tM delendantw—Mr. Brown, K.C.,; Me. Clancy, LC., M.P., and Mr. T. Sullivan (Instructed by Mr. W. J. Shanson). KING'S

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Sport (Dublin)

Sport (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

4 Aug 1917

tween one of his pals and Dolly Smit, Hammersmith, who was well known in Prize Ring for his defeat of Dick Ayrea, his dashing battle with Jack &nagging. turned round on the rash intruder, threatened to punch his head; but Tom not going to see his pal bested

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