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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

1 Jan 1859

LOLA MONTES IN AUSTRALIA. (From Life in Victoria, by Wißiam Kelly.) Lola Montes, after a short preliminary engagement at the Theatre Royal, Melbourne, was induced to visit Sandhurst, where a new aad splendid theatre had just then been finished, and which

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

25 Dec 1858

LOLA MONTEZ ON THE COMIC ASPECT OF FASHION. (From Saunders' News Letter.) Madame Montez, Countess of Laudsfelt, delivered ber second lecture at tbe Rotunda last Friday eve- ning, having for tbe subject The Comic Aspect of Fashion. The arrangements

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Winsford & Middlewich Guardian

Winsford & Middlewich Guardian Cheshire, England

21 Jan 1899

BUSH WIT AND HUMOUR. LECTURE IT TI. AT awoke lir. Moat* &UMW Imam T los • poll Wag Wawa,. it Oft if. • lung Waw* Yaw pardons OM dream. Oa.. imam. aia. w..w wow\ dmsdrl bed bed or tide dr Odd . *at T. lAA proved. did Imo dry di.* mod to dad dog Ida d midday

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Winsford & Middlewich Guardian

Winsford & Middlewich Guardian Cheshire, England

7 Sep 1901

TUE VOICE UV A NIT, NAVY ,uepre AM) VOLUNIIIEN MEM& to attend tl • terhite. .bush could .tele tail to pro. Tier till holm •• Nooeleo• duce tve.to-tou, end all a. Old tired. 111 a name la Y. Ito etruette pireedeuro. 1., 00 Moir*, at Wm.., and the

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

25 Dec 1897

you ? Anything. Madame Lesselle, said Lola. But tell me one thing before you go — Why are you so kind to roe ? Because once I fancied that I loved you, replied the Colonel, simply. The tears fell down Lola's cheek. I thought so. And I might have

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

2 Oct 1897

feel as if he would not be the same Mark I have known. And (if I am not mistaken, Mrs. Arlington) you think much as I do. For Lola Arlington had been unusually grave and quiet since the reception of the news, although her heart was thiisung to find some

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

20 Nov 1897

thought she had only sng- gested the plot, or that it had been dramatised •om some obscure tale, of which she was the author. But Lola Arlington waH, as may well be imagined, in her glory, and believed herself to bethe object of attraction to every spectator

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

18 Sep 1897

evasive answer, Colonel Escott came to the conclusion that business matters were somehow going wrong with his friend ; but Lola Arlington was not to be deceiv- ed by words. She had watched Mark Kerrison's growing interest in Lily Power from the beginning

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Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

30 Aug 1833

wt-rk's prices. Wheat hiLsh. 70TT>s 0 S Barley, bush, of COlbs. for pimlitu; 5 0 5 t» OaLs, bush, of Irish mealing 3 2 3 5 Peas, imp. bush. C» 0 ♦» 'J Beans, imp. qr. . 0 0 Malt, load of six imp. bush 42 0 44 0 Flour, & of 2H>lbs 45 47 Oatmeal

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Northwich Guardian

Northwich Guardian Cheshire, England

24 Feb 1886

oath d lob! head, and bright, Intolligent Lim. in his menial mow he always mom d to ha in a greet hurry about something; bushing .J h.:getting about has Moe trilling things, as thotigh the I,,ll•being of he State dopen led no his earning theta thiough

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Winsford & Middlewich Guardian

Winsford & Middlewich Guardian Cheshire, England

2 May 1896

1467. 11.barna an Area in the Chars, Meirah. No. 43J. in 18M. H. was P in 1654. and appointed P.Ol. io 101 by lb. Ir. C. W. bush, mod Pror. Ural MK is 1802. stirred in W. John's Mart Lode. Nu. 2. Milton. is a /wader the Mart Lode. No. 148. ia which he

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Northwich Guardian

Northwich Guardian Cheshire, England

10 Nov 1886

such sertleer . ent. If he heel I o at the ram he would pAne 3, In •he hand. of the public peretecutor. He objrved tone le bushed or. Me. Payee mid le wee preprint to go en. The Wee then prceeded. Mn. limn Segar.srereh mamas., to Mem,. Anthony Jones mid

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Winsford & Middlewich Guardian

Winsford & Middlewich Guardian Cheshire, England

22 May 1909

Hutch for plating tst banker. or Almost under the •hadow of on. or 0211.0 of the plum of worship Otte out only hope tbs. the bush •ill *impact Ma by nob poooltiat owe Mu °Molders will he likely to btu a aslutsrs effect. As Sunteis hat ample :4 the Patty

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Winsford & Middlewich Guardian

Winsford & Middlewich Guardian Cheshire, England

2 Oct 1875

the NIL isharue owe el the gi.u.s., asked the sermon bow he would like to have part al bk. nu eel of, mid he should nit lola IL It len palatalto the sheep to rot off their then their tails. g 4. Johns°. said had seen thousands of sheep bold to eforad

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Winsford & Middlewich Guardian

Winsford & Middlewich Guardian Cheshire, England

4 May 1898

Item ' el the I Zwe lee =rat: al meers. *dame Carrie I 41._ awl OM they will barer geed 1;i; hes es; ;paw is We edam el els d bush is deem es • fries Is set ills dew Wight@ es We Use d..eesf The most We% wows is Wows% elms, She wanes • Weer is Ws weserr

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

4 Feb 1882

. .7 4 Lapus Lazuli 3.. .6 0 Skipetar 4.. .7 2 Hotspur 4.. .6 0 Post Restante (late Sea Horse 5.. .6 0 Post Obit) 5 7 0 Lola Madre 4.. .6 0 Inoendiary 57 0 Rowell 35 10 Cylinder 5.. .7 0 Donald Caird 3 5 10 Sportsman 5.. .7 0 Faugh-a-Ballagh

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Winsford & Middlewich Guardian

Winsford & Middlewich Guardian Cheshire, England

14 Apr 1883

hula Th e I Ilh•••••••ix - y ewe ft,te. of vnee ; A • !ring onftrd. no the r.;.i re of • WA Wrr• you i•• o{o.l e° , : ( Lola cm.' &go. to re lot. Ih, dying c0f1.44-r 1 , 44.0 Id huel. and fhars..t. : 4%1 / A &Ai of my.e or sight sa , 4 that shen ,

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Chester Chronicle

Chester Chronicle Cheshire, England

17 Mar 1945

House with granary above. Dairy, Pig Sty, G.I. Garage, and Implement Bhed. About planted with Raspberry Canes and Gooseberry Bushes. Very good Orchard. The land suitable either for dairy farming or market gardening, and has a frontage about 300 yards. Electric

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Northwich Guardian

Northwich Guardian Cheshire, England

9 Jun 1886

nalor of the Antos, less op down upon it, and rail w il l eptiog • uti, hesidsm mock road reeking, and opening up of the bush. The time wore of the drop will be (outlier davoloped,ard pearl ditiog .11 be toilet ti. The mother-o)-pearl trophy is harboic

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Cheshire Observer

Cheshire Observer Cheshire, England

4 Mar 1939

cround is in anything but a dry state, and a iot of preliminary work wili have to postponed untii a can used decently. Ulac bushes are already shewing signs of coming into bud where they are sneitercu, but generally speaking things are fairly normal, and

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