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  • County: Dublin, Republic Of Ireland
  • For Years: 1920 - 1929
  • Type: Illustrated

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Evening Herald (Dublin)

Evening Herald (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

15 Oct 1925

Daily News. Sandow's Grip. I raw Sandow several times iu his music hall days, and was so impressed by him that I actually bought his exerciser and used it. To me his most impressive teat was not his spectacular stunts with cavalry horses mid Lif.muardsmen

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Sport (Dublin)

Sport (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

24 Sep 1921

11 PILLAR OF (Mr T Edge) II GRAMOPHONE (Mrs P Nod . = 9 ((Yr W Dixon) RADIAN (Mr Print) Platt LITTLE QUASAR (Ld Olandy) Matt 7 BRAND ygALL (Mr J W Niptingall 5 T CEREMONY (Lady Hugh Powooy • 6 CURIOSA (Mr J Alnawnrob) Grins 8 BALNAMOOM (Mrs Copal • STRATUM

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Dublin Evening Telegraph

Dublin Evening Telegraph Dublin, Republic of Ireland

24 Sep 1923

Friar Maros) (HI Grytton) II COLLEGE GRIMM (Mr Hartigan) V MADELENLINA (llr BELL FLOWER (by Horad* II 11 XARANGANI (Mr _Lanai*) BOLD LASS (Mr IvM) MARY OF ARGYLE (Mr S Laguna) GRAVE AND GAY (Mr WW ), S Ull HARROW (Mr Waal* U MOLLYTE (Mrs Widtbitop) attain

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

26 Sep 1923

filtiongs, 114 yards. Mr MYNA CHAT, I by Atonesor-- Lady Canny, Mr 0 Armstrong 1 Mr Jenkins' MI Mr A Inonles 21 Mr A Scott'. IMAIIT MGM. .11.12 Lionel' 5 Mr Jollindone's J•Nuot, 4.12.2 otter 0 Mr J 1 11 7. b-11.4 Mr Gunter 0 Mat 740. Winner

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

13 Jul 1922

Gannet. 04 Gardner u Mrs.. Joel's Janes. .J. Bhatwell ; Mr. G. Langler's Dream Lady blltobboss 0 , Mr. 0 Leader • Lents 1.. Perryman 0 Mr. A. Radices (Jun.l 841. Jones (X! Vt. (Winner trained by Martin.) Battles-1S aim Dream Lady. S to 1 CHID! TALE

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

28 Jul 1923

ILogor.l CABARET 6111 L J J Perklotool MUHL!: MELODY (Mr A Locrrl I.IIIIIIA.XDANT DAY (Mr CKYLoogh MABEL'S INCY Mrs T AN ALOCQUE (Mr W T MNIVILL (HET (Mr DMIAGE .Mr Duro.. oTAR (Mr lb Rank's) MAWEILLAISH 111 r I' O'looIe) Al II RIDS PLRI GALWAY _Purr Wonderful

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Weekly Freeman's Journal

Weekly Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

24 Feb 1923

Meehan. Ballvfin; vice-president, Mr. R. H. Taylor, Carrickmacross; principals' representative, Mr. Kieraa Kelly. Limerick; osMstanta representative, Mr. C. P. Murphy, Cork. Mr. and Mrs. Norris, Ballinahinch, and Mr. Mrs. Larkin, Toomcvara, were congratulated

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Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

12 Jun 1920

Mama Mill regarded as moms. lent. Hama. Mr. T if. Mealy. 1L.8.. sad Mr. Ilegasel Memo (instructed by Mr. C. Mathews) were for plalstiff : sad Mr. Dudley White. ILC.. Ur. Swaim. li.C.. and Mr. Joseph (Instructed by Mr. G. M. Meares) for defeatists:a ` VINTNER

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Dublin Evening Telegraph

Dublin Evening Telegraph Dublin, Republic of Ireland

19 Mar 1921

fancy goods was started by George Laird, a native of Paisley. In 1873 it was found necessary to extend the premises, and what had bees • garden was converted into handsome showrooms. In 1878 his daughter, Miss Laird, ancteasfully . competed in the first

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Dublin Evening Telegraph

Dublin Evening Telegraph Dublin, Republic of Ireland

16 Jul 1923

authorities. Mr. Janes Hoary catenated the Ten panne Party. Mr. John .7. Biggins (Clup.intan). Mr. Patziek Conway (Vin-Chairstaa), asd Mr. Martin O'Byrne, Secretary, licensed (}rovers and 'nation' Protostioa Aar nation, wen in Mandan& Mr. 'Joseph O'Cosaor

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Dublin Evening Telegraph

Dublin Evening Telegraph Dublin, Republic of Ireland

18 Jul 1923

gr Lays GAON AMELIA 5.2 Ar ierdine's -.wrier Mr Tittering's MATS /SILT abode. 3 Mr Share 24* Leech 0 ea° , S-11 Archibald 0 Lord Hatrwoad's Stellien e. Jethro 0 Mr Needy fleck 241 0 Lard Rceebery's Cock laird. 541 EL* Ur 3 Beene' Farm T . We9o9 0 'kcal

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

26 Oct 1920

necti:i. Ia the coarse of a Pia:einem, Mr. tirenon. seiretnry• aiiid he had 20 }CV,. and had Lear done his duty legally and not for or latour. The question aro, be can, be would n$ sign a Ilepub:r an nledze. He held hi. appointment under 'intuit. add oar

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

17 Jul 1922

from the Crassiaaglen district. was sly* in the right arm. He succeeded in reeking his way to Clanbrassel street, and when taken to Isosph tel. his arm was amputated. His condition is serious._ TIM All Mating tbs military in Inked end events vita it Ins

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Sport (Dublin)

Sport (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

4 Aug 1923

Cha,npionshil but Miss Erskine had an muter talk Mrs. Gargan in the ladies' event. Ladies 'Handicap Singles, after a most , In g match, Bin 'Hay by setr to t beat Atkinson, and its the Doubles Mrs. Grow Mrs. Almond proved too good for Mi IMiss Gargan. SURPRISE

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Sport (Dublin)

Sport (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

21 May 1921

(Wm em u y follow:-Mr. K eery beat Mr. Gardiner. MeClustv) David,.. 713 1 (Mr 05545 ) Nyasa 5 9 9 LUSIAD (Mr .1 Benson) I Dads 12 C. Doherty beat Mr. McGarvey, Mr. Hanoi. (l (Kw 7 13 ROM Wel( (Mr C ,pp) Paster 49 9 HIRAM by Florist (Mr Rome! u enhanced

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Sport (Dublin)

Sport (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

20 Aug 1921

III.— I tcok this wager with Mr. J oe L ee. H e i s o ff ering as much as 1,000 to 1 against certain horses in both races. PRESS. Celebrat THE SPORTING TIMES.— Lee. ',bona we know as a layer of big doubles. His integrity is beyond question. THE

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Sport (Dublin)

Sport (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

3 Nov 1923

Stakes THU staid Mr. T. Mr. A. MaCadre Mr. Mutes Mr. N. Mamba Yr. J. 11 Mr. V. A. Mr. A. W. T. Mr. P. Yid Hell X (Jude REM' nhal Met etas] ages mud Mr. J. Hur r. a .r n Dolan'. Mr. H P. Waft Farley), Mr. P 'frotetto) Mr. P. View article

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

5 Aug 1924

Dublin a little over two hundred years ago, and his remains us Interred in the graveyard Int St. Miehan's, near the ruins of the Four Courts. Most of his fortune went to the hospital which bears his name, and his fine library is to be -nen in the College of

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Freeman's Journal

Freeman's Journal Dublin, Republic of Ireland

11 Oct 1922

'MAYOTTE (Mr W Slower) Taylor S 712' 1.1 M:1 (Mr E Moorboas4) 6Darlanc 3 7 12. 11:3`15KIN (Mr Miller) 6 7l ROYAL RIGHNLoS (Mr. A 84.1kr. inn) A badler 4 710' . TREVISO (Col Ilairsoo SCIIII-IIALLION to (Mr ) r fit:sky.) 10 be ke 3 1 9 TIE (Mr J J Caanoe

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Dublin Evening Telegraph

Dublin Evening Telegraph Dublin, Republic of Ireland

4 Jul 1923

while in the (nurse of his; employment with the respondents. Mr. W. J. (ilemou (instructed by Mr. A. We Jo; at) appeared for the applicant; and Mr. Joseph O'r (instructed by Mesons. Gerald Byrne and Co.) represented the shipping Mr. Memo said the applicant

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