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North Devon Gazette

North Devon Gazette Devon, England

24 Jul 1906

S/- month assures 10/- a week to workers an, tiade with many other valuable Additional Agents anted. nept. Monarcn Building, Bush lame. Loudon, K.C. OS? *kS o/rrerydesenptlon purcliased tor Cash. H B. Sosa. It 1. Ig.nilieth Walk. London.. London Zoological

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Exeter and Plymouth Gazette

Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Devon, England

22 Apr 1927

and the Earl of Portsmouth to the second).—LOLA (Mr A (Mr A Woollacott), 1; Cera (Mr J H Farley) (Mr Farley, jnnr), Merry Lad (Mr Jas Stevens). Betting: 6to on Cora, evens Merry Lad, 1 Second Attempt, 1 LOLA. Lola ranter in while the rest the were refusing

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Exeter Flying Post

Exeter Flying Post Devon, England

10 Jan 1850

William, Lord Alvanley; Henry John George, Earl of Carnarvon; John, Lord Colville, of Culross. LOLA MONTES AND MIR, HEALD.-Extract of a Letter from Cadiz, Dec. 27.-Lola Montes and Mr. Heald have been here for the last ten days. They came from Barcelona. She

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Exeter and Plymouth Gazette

Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Devon, England

19 Apr 1927

Portsmouth to the second).—LOLA (Mr A Woollacott) (Mr A Woollacott), 1; Cora (Mr J Farley) (Mr Farley, junr), 2; Merry Lad (Mr Jas Stevens). Betting: 6 to 4 on Cora, evens Merry Lad, 2 1 agst Second Attempt, to 1 LOLA. Lola cantered in. while the rest

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North Devon Gazette

North Devon Gazette Devon, England

16 Oct 1906

you ? ” “Anything. Madame Lessclle,” said Lola. “ But tell me one thing before you go— Why are you so kind to me Because once I fancied that I loved yon,” replied the Colonel, simply. The tears fell down Lola's cheek. 1 thought so. And I might have married

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Exeter Flying Post

Exeter Flying Post Devon, England

21 May 1898

said, eoldly; .E qI am waiting for-Lola, eue is usually in at this witl hour-and so am I; but for once I broko my evei rule, and camesto her. -iflo They shook hands indifferently, and sat down O I don't think Lola is very well, she said,- vt 14 without

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Exeter and Plymouth Gazette

Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Devon, England

13 Oct 1903

the platform the Great Western Railway Station Gloucester. His object was to meet Lola, who should arrive 6-15. I m right down glad to see you here, Mr. Lamprey! said Lola. But how did you know me, wonder! From Gassie's very accurate descripttion, replied

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

2 May 1918

(Hulroe). Also ran- Orand Fleet, Ooa Oregan, Wayward, Ancona, Wells, Happy lola, awl Old Gold. Betting sto ag«t Diadem. Welle, 7 1 Gold, to 1 Grand Fk*l. to 1 Rosrius, to 8 Happy lola, 100 6 each otherw. Gold ewer red the start. Wells showed the to Grand

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

19 Apr 1927

second—Mr. A. Woollaeott's Lola A. WoollacotO, 1; Mr. J. 11. Farley's Cora (Mr Farley, jun.). 2. Also ran—Scco.id Attempt Mr. Scott), Merry Lael (Oapt. Stasy). Betting: 6 to on Cora, evens Merry Lad, 2 1 agst Second Attempt, 1 Lola. Lola won a neck. Adjacent

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Western Times

Western Times Devon, England

22 Apr 1927

Smyth Osborne's Mary (Mr. F. W. B. Smyth). Also ran: Mr. A. Woollacott's Lola, Maj. F. Murphy's Jane, and Mr. J. Tripe's Dandy Dick. Betting: 5 to 4 on Fox Trot, to 1 agst and Lola, to 1 others. Won easily. Nomination Open Race.—1, Mr. F. W. B. Smyth's

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North Devon Gazette

North Devon Gazette Devon, England

10 Jul 1906

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

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

27 Jun 1914

Insurance Coirrmltoee an «*rly <»***• chaae. It w«a true that torre toe ten art farmer W 1. J. Cowiin* and non. Bkskrd; o. Bush. After-care patient* leaving or other Neocene the owner under very aatkfftotorv oondi- ** W* I-&lher. Hcrraliridie. '* t, t

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

18 May 1914

ATHEß BOLDER. ! down Polygamist led from Lola. High and Dry. A maty Selling PIate—D&SKSPOIR. Recondite. Pan Claire, and Potency, with last. PTRR WM ,rttle ctonge in pnatihia* until quarter Zetland Stokes-BUSH FIKK , mjle Rt4j Pblygamlat. PIate—AMOROSEATE

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Exeter Flying Post

Exeter Flying Post Devon, England

24 Aug 1870

competed, namely-E. Thomas, C. Taylor, E. Buane, W. Charles, J, Regers, A Bush, W. Dawe, W. Bowden, W. Burridge, W. Crmble (Exeter), H. Mollroy, Kelly, Goodanew, A. Sparkes. Bush gave up shortly after starting, whilst Sparkes crme in collision with a boat

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

30 Sep 1935

- £S.) Handicap — MRS. SINKINS. 3.0.-Birmingham Handicap - VOLC ANIL'S.* 5.30.-CoventTv Nursery—MESS E. I 4.0.-Juveiril ' N BUSH. , 4225—Maiden PIate—DEFIANT. MY DOUBLE: VOLCANIUS and DEFIANT. QUICKSIGHT. THE Hornet above the rule ( ) have arrived. 2.0

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

24 Sep 1897

lb* Chateau-Vert There happy family dwrtli Betalet the pareou. there are two young ladxs. Roa>a and Lola The former paatiaaately fond of dancing. Lola tote to the (iage. and there lot of rooaatic reading in the oorel although the interest the story not

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

10 Apr 1900

Kevsaam, near Bristol, in a note it she (hat the hnusch was galhercJ bush growing in «hc garden Mrs Baio. Potto Cornwall. Min remarks that it twentyilueo years ago since the bush bore any frail. “The fruiting of this species,” the editor of Amateur Gardening

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North Devon Gazette

North Devon Gazette Devon, England

15 Jan 1907

Leeke, Miss N Eden, Mrs J Rennie, A S Carnegie, Miss C Sturch. Miss Watts, the Misses Arthur, Rev T C • and Mrs Bush, Mr Paul Bush, Cadet C Bush, . Major and Mrs H Y Hext, Miss Hotndon, Miss E M Horndon, Miss A H Horndon, Mr W H Hotndon, Mr and Mrs G R Hext

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

8 Nov 1917

Filbert (or quor*«r of «i mile, when If.tvjl Bu* ks the U-'-oc. pursued Ronald. Golly Lux, and Molly Desmond. DetwentJ ng* the Bushes hill Ronald and Lux s-erc beaten, the (avourito wnming easily by two lengths; one and half length* between second and tterd

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Type: Illustrated
Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

19 Jan 1950

—Peter Haskett (Dutch Importer) Kingsbridge ' I7RUIT TREES. —Bush Apples. 10/6: Pears. 14/-: Peaches. 2V-: Plums. 10/6; Cherries. 6: Soft Fruits, all kinds. Shrubs and Climbers. Roses. Bush and Polvantha. 12 for 42/-, 4/- each: Climbers and Ramblers.

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Type: Advertisement