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LAWN TENNIS.

LAWN TENNIS.

interval was taken. RICHARDSON'S LUCKY ESCAPE. _Thom 5.000 spectators were present when Richardson and Qllllll4lll came out to open West Australia's innings. They were opposed by Hammond and Leyland, and in the former's second over Richardson was missed in
20 October 1928 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Shels Halt Shamrock Roversl h Was Slow Motion Cricket

Shels Halt Shamrock Roversl h Was Slow Motion Cricket

ttieSloiniS the dogged Richardson who took and was at the wicket di minutes befoie hit his % nrsi their 01. l andexceUem understanding over tickets. h ßichardson had made ♦? and Cowdrey England's new openlng partner ship of Richardson put in 28 runs In an
24 December 1956 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RICHARDSON' GIVES ENGLAND GOOD TEST START

RICHARDSON' GIVES ENGLAND GOOD TEST START

Miller's end, Richardson ran without his bat and just scrambled borne. So far, Richardson has batted three hours 35 minutes and hit six fours. To-day he may well achieve the rare distinction of scoring a century in his first Test match. Richardson's effort
08 June 1956 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A PRIZE OF ,E 1.521.

A PRIZE OF ,E 1.521.

defendants, May and Nora Richardson, contend that Edward Richardson, who had since died, purchased the whole ticket. The Master remarked that it would be common-sense to presume that the words " and C 0.," which the late Edward Richardson directed to be put
30 November 1933 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
25 years for leader of torture gang

25 years for leader of torture gang

dealt with. Sentencing Charles Richardson at the end of the 45 day trial, the judge said he was satisfied that Richardson was for vein the leader of a large. disciplined. well-led. well-organised gang. Ile said to Richardson: "You terrorised those who crossed
09 June 1967 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Houseboat Twins Case Drama Takes New Turn

Houseboat Twins Case Drama Takes New Turn

Dodson said to Mi's. Richardson: presume vou know why you are here ? NATURE OF CHARGES Mrs. Richardson nodded and the Recorder continued and you know the nature of the charges against you ? ’ Again Mrs. Richardson nodded. Mrs. Richardson was wearing gr
31 August 1956 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MENTAL DEFECTIVES.

MENTAL DEFECTIVES.

solicitors. and I only bops that Liles Richardson and her people will meet my wishes in this matter." - A ;;;;;;;;; the * Richardson family told a reporter last night that the isaneadiate relatives of Miss Richardson were extremely distressed at the annoyance
17 September 1929 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HORSES OF VARIED HUES STORY IN DUBLIN COURT

HORSES OF VARIED HUES STORY IN DUBLIN COURT

case that accused never told Richardson that had made this exchange or swapped. Subsequent to the swap ho never paid Richardson any money in respect of the evchangc. . 'After the first Anril, acensed represented to Richardson that the yellow brown horse
24 March 1950 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
" BALLYHOO "

" BALLYHOO "

Service. The chief mourners were: Mrs. Katherine Richardson (widow). John Richardson ,(son). Anne Richardson (daughter), Mr. James Richardson (brother). Miss Barbara Richardson (sister), Mrs. James Richardson (sister-in-law), Mr. W J Gill
18 April 1951 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Peter Richardson to leave Worcester

Peter Richardson to leave Worcester

Peter Richardson to leave Worcester WORCESTERSHIRE will be captained by Don Kenyon. their 34-year-old professional opening batsman in the coming season. Mr. I. Lister. the county secretary, said yesterday that Peter Richardson, the county's amateur captain
18 April 1959 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland