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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

11 Sep 1911

some secret in connection with mysterious beautiful woman, Lola, round whom the main plot turns. Peter does not disclose this woman's identity to Anne, and the poor bewildered girl realises that Lola's history well known all around her, while remains in ignorance

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

8 Sep 1858

which is Lola. Father and mother to India, and the former dying, Lola is sent to England for education. Her mother arrived from India, wishing Lola to marry Sir Abraham Lumley, a rich old gouty nabob of sixty, Judge of the Supreme Court in India. Lola (then

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

18 Dec 1958

draasea a can be said to please them. This fijavPy-pndded baseball outfit Is Mm that will have every- aS maMu^ thing dear old Lola Montes, DIRK BOOARDI Wagner. Chopin. Berlins, Men- . .. (7 delssohn. George Sand. Mad younger In the Mm. I don't li » King

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Aberdeen Herald and General Advertiser

Aberdeen Herald and General Advertiser Aberdeenshire, Scotland

14 Aug 1852

her power to dismiss him, h* had every reason to expect she would do.” Lola Moirns’ Autobiography.— ln answer to some remarks of the York Daily Timet, speaking disrespectfully of Lola Montes, the lady replies In long and excessively spirited letter, In

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Aberdeen Herald and General Advertiser

Aberdeen Herald and General Advertiser Aberdeenshire, Scotland

27 Jan 1855

‘>>na relires tlie style-'' Their beauty rose at our feet like fluttered birds of game ; they stood up in our path like rose bushes amid (jroeei of pine.” Of Mr. I,r «' ' wields tor his weapon polar icicle—gigantic club —glittering star—deadly as scimitar—and

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Peterhead Sentinel and General Advertiser for Buchan District

Peterhead Sentinel and General Advertiser for Buchan District Aberdeenshire, Scotland

16 Mar 1870

Barley, new. Bore, now Beans Fleur Meal .~IG 22 21 ~..28 ~..35 U (jr. 4Ulb-i. bush. 2;l y r - Y bush. 22 y 41. .’>Jlb». y bush. y 4r. iKlfts. y bush. y sack. 14 *i Y boll. * • PETERHEAD PROVISION MARKET-Friday. s. n. ».* o. >. d. Beef lb

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

20 Oct 1932

Brocade J. Dines Strela P. Beasley Pied Piper C. Richards Bilked C. Dowdall Lectern W. Nevett Sword Craft F. Pox J. Donna Lola G. Richards Bribe K. Robertson Border Ballad, Grand Sky O. Rowley liobbibingo Wardlaw Distance W. Car r Maundy Thursday, Red

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

11 Dec 1930

3/ /3 /3 B.S.A. 6 Ist Mt.. 97ia t)o. 8 ‘A’ Pf.. 23/ /3 3 Bleachers Assoc. Co. Ord.. /21 4 15/lOlj 16/lla 15/9 Do. 20 Pf.. 12/lOla Borax Cons. Def. Ord.. 11/ x>o. 7 pc Ist Mt., 102 la 1 8 Bovril 6 Pf.. 23 /4la Bowater's Paper Mills Ord., Do. 5 Ist Mt., 1011

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

5 Apr 1965

and reburied in the correct grave within few days of the first Interment She now burled the grave of her mother. The Aral At Lola Churchyard, near Towceater. Northemptonahlre. private and followed memorial In London five days after her death on December

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

14 Nov 1978

Rpssao w«na 'BettwWaine | Co»bur rotevMon •tiVTSd. t»n- Modtt» *BUBHAfm»CttJO 20m. Wodß«> •UtHAimBCttWtOAX ——— BUSH Arm «(tn .1 ii ■ i - •bush Aram sc«m «iw FEAOUSOM 3m fwiouboa »m ramm cmm .._ nTc»s•»-. ---•- 22M. Modm dtaaw* prfM*. Portable Colour Castetto

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

24 May 1915

the week I—May Ilardie, 7 and 21 lb. May Tripp, 2, 7 and 8 lb-1 Mr Bush, 4. 8, 11 lb. Mut 19— Mr Bush, 1, 9j lb.; Mr Bardie, 2. and llx Dr Tripp, 1, 6 lb. May 20—Mr Hardi®, l lb.- Mr Bush. 1,, 7lb May 21—Dr 1, 8 lb. May 22—Dr Tripp, 1, lb. water, Air Kcllor

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Buchan Observer and East Aberdeenshire Advertiser

Buchan Observer and East Aberdeenshire Advertiser Aberdeenshire, Scotland

26 Feb 1884

ithend, Cruden, behaved in a disorderly must be the happy possessor of a trick of fence, manner and destroying eight gooseberry bushes unknown to the rest of creation—if he will in the garden adjoining the public-house. He pardon the word which I use for want

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Buchan Observer and East Aberdeenshire Advertiser

Buchan Observer and East Aberdeenshire Advertiser Aberdeenshire, Scotland

16 Jul 1912

Uaderverta, all priaae, ham 31.1 to le lid. Abo Hpeaccre, fbaijenlaa, ChUdreae Verb, CombinaaadSax, Harrell aaety CVeaa. Oaariaf Lola ia aid StacUafa. Tbaat Good* coin, like Cherriae, plesea be ia aaeaaa abare. J* & Wa KNOX, Marlicbel St A. Taylor, aa-fll

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

7 Jul 1880

first price. t Ab'-rdeen F isst year. M~r Lorigmcrr, pt'-tie, 'ewrs scroid, tlrirlh, and Cal, ,fourth respactively wi th Pu-lola, a roan which was son second at Banff last year ; B aiu ty, a nne-year-nld roan, law never before shown ; and Miangarnese 2nd

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

8 Mar 1907

from the surrounding bush. Under these circumstances Caobain Norman and non-commissioned officer, with some troops, went out with the intention of clearing the bush, but both were severely wounded. Two hours later, the town of Lola was again attacked,

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

26 Nov 1914

There was very number of butchers, deaflers, and farmers present. Fat cattle met a sharp trade. .Rest bullcoks soid to £27 10s (Bush), Cd, 7s Cd, £24 15s, £24 26 £ '-if. 15s, and 7s Cd, to Mr vviiftam Duncan, Aberdeen; 12s Gd (Rush), to ■Mr John Lyon; 7s Gd

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

3 Jun 1933

Time Signal, Greenwich, at 1.0. 1.45—A Recital Gramophone Records, Christopher Stone. 2.45 —Harry Roy and his Band. 3.3o—Percy Bush and his Orchestra. 4.30 —A Recital Lancashire Songs by Robert Jackson, sung Dale Smith (tjaritone;. Time Sigmal, Greenwich

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

16 Jun 1934

15 by running commentaries by Colonel R. H. Brand on the Wightman Cup Lawn Tennis Match, relayed from Wimbledon.) 3.Bo—Percy Bush and his Light Orchestra; Arthur Reckless (baritone) London 4.4s—Harold Ramsay at the organ Do. Hour Edinburgh 6.0 —First

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Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

27 Dec 1848

article our farmers. Oatmeal in good demand, at our quotations. a. d. s. d. Potatoe Oats, 40lb. per bush 10 6 Common Oats, 15 to 16 Barley and Bigg, 50 lb. per bush 22 to 0 Oatmeal, per boll of 140 lbs 12 3to 6 ELGIN CORN MARKET, Dec. IS. The continued fall

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Type: Illustrated
Aberdeen People's Journal

Aberdeen People's Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

15 Mar 1902

planting. I Mulching of ali fruit plamation* ahouhl now l« dime. little digging |Mbushe*. mn’t I dime without injuring the routs. Planting of fruit trees and l>u*Jies m-«T still lie done. Prune few lone*, leering

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