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  • County: Dublin, Republic Of Ireland
  • For Years: 1930 - 1939
  • Type: Illustrated

Evening Herald (Dublin)

Evening Herald (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

7 Jun 1930

s; winner to be sold for 1450; second £3. St. Mr F Armstrong's SELDOM WFiDNQ F, by Battle Axe, 8-11 Mr W Peek's Chariot, 8-11 Mrs Don's Lady Caroline C, 9-0 Wadsworth 3 Mr Warner's Vixen's Pet 9-0 Mr Bradlaw'‘ Quick Despatch, 8-11 T Burns 0 Major

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Type: Illustrated
Evening Herald (Dublin)

Evening Herald (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

20 May 1930

Renwick) Renwick 8 7 LADY AR BELLE (Lady Robinson) F Armstrong 8 7 SISAT. (Mr A de Ro!'hFebild) Wa t.on 8 7 LADY OF TIE SNOWS (Mr Thompson) 8 7 FEA RN AN (Mr 'Friend Syke) Mortis 8 7 PRECEDENCE (Mr W Thorpe) Polloek 8 7 KAM AR A (Mr I) Waugh) 8 EATON MAIN

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Type: Illustrated
Evening Herald (Dublin)

Evening Herald (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

15 May 1930

GLANCE (Mr 31 Markham) Barling 9 8 DISARMAMENT (Mr II F Clayton) Ekey 9 8 SWEET ADARE c. (Mr Manasseh) Beedl, 9 5 WELFARE CENTRE (Mr L Ardern) Leach, jun 9 2 WOOLMET (Mr It Ltunsden) Bazley 9 .2 SMOLENSK 1. (Mrs 0 Rich) IL J Coiling 9 2 TROJAN (Mr C R Baron)

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Evening Herald (Dublin)

Evening Herald (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

8 Feb 1930

armor. and IMdlord. Mary ALI. who died at his readied% 2 Fosseles Cowper. oe frebrsary 3929. Ewes* Jesus. have mercy on his mouL Maas offered In Keeba'a Churn for the happy repose of his soul. U. never faded to do his East. Ills heart was tine treseler. Ile

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Type: Illustrated
Evening Herald (Dublin)

Evening Herald (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

29 Jul 1930

ROWLEY (Lady Vyner) Cole 8 9 KIRKTON (Sir T Dixon) Behan 8 9 BLUE CROSS (Mr N C Green 8 9 BEDMAKER F (Mr W Harris) H Leader 8 9 SKYBRIGHT F (Mr R Hepworth) Vasey 8 9 CRISIS (Mr W T Hesse)) Private 8 9 ROSIER (Mr D Macnee) Macnee 8 9 THE PARSON H (Mr Macomber)

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Type: Illustrated
Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

28 Apr 1938

obviously from his appearance and accent, was a Scot of the Highland breed. Tall, spare, good-looking. there was a touch of the hardness of Scottish granite in his resolute manner, and something of its grittiness in his full and strong voice. His name was James

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Type: Illustrated
Catholic Standard

Catholic Standard Dublin, Republic of Ireland

17 Jan 1936

Ennis; Mrs. T. Reidy, Tulls; Mrs. J. V. O'Beirne, Ennis; and Mrs. Liam Fords, Corbolly, Limerick. Clare Prieet Bereaved.—The death has occurred at Sixmilebridge, Co. Clare, of Mr. Michael Austin, brother of Rev. J. F. Austin, C.C., and of Mr. R. Austin

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Type: Illustrated
Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

2 Apr 1938

pictures. He had nothing to gain, and nothing to lose by his identification. Bob Blair had to force himself to stay in his chair. What he wanted to do was to rush over to Julian. grab the paper out of his hand. A few minutes and it would be fit for the wa

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Type: Illustrated
Irish Independent

Irish Independent Dublin, Republic of Ireland

7 Apr 1938

Anchusla. Campanula, Centaurea , Ooreopsis, Foxglove, Oaillardia, Hollyhocks. Lupins. Oypsophila. Everlasting Pea, Oeums Mrs. Bra aw. Lady Btrathdin. Cenothera, Poker Lilies. Verbascum, Rose Campion, Scabiosa. Pyrethrums, Bidelola, Pinks. Oriental Poppies

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Type: Illustrated
Evening Herald (Dublin)

Evening Herald (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

28 Feb 1930

Paste Rawtlln Santo Dormingo.—A Rent cablegram from Washington states thi. iho etata Department has received tie-patch from Mr. C. B. Curtis. the American Minister at Kanto w in g . r..-Glaring that an armistice has been ',ached betsreen the contending

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Evening Herald (Dublin)

Evening Herald (Dublin) Dublin, Republic of Ireland

8 Dec 1930

HEAD JOHN BOLES iv THE DESERT SONG La Seen Ballroom Mr. Eddie Mitchel • s Popular Mosuay Dance To-Night With his Cremona sand specially augmented LADI:II,, 11. GINTS. 1/8. La Seats Ballroom as. be laird Dowse Hibernian Hall, Parnell Square. CARLTON. 4 DAILY

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