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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

22 Jun 1945

Francis j LOLA LANE JEWEL ROBBERY MR. CHUMP At 4.56, 7/29. (a) At 3.48, 6.21. . MONDAY, JUNE 25th. FOR SIX DAYS. OLIVIA DE HAVILLAND in GOVERNMENT GIRL- With SONNY TUFTS ANNE SHIRL^V At 3.14, 6.06, 8.58. Also AFRICAN INTEREST FILM MAN THE BUSH Note : This

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

18 Jul 1851

are willing hold your farm under the terms of existing contract. lam yours faithfully, MATTHEW Brown. — To —. Lola Months again.—Lola Monte* is aliout make her appearance tho Parisian stage the character of a Spanish dancer. Her pecuniary circumstances

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

30 May 1848

lio-it-again. Cyiabta, 7 1 Attraction, •- I A-i-asU, Vexation, and the May. Id I Udme and Lady Lluabetb, lito I AtiitufTonia and Lola M.inter. Tlli -7'hr f'-.’ir-y“tr-,!l-Slalet of «ovr. •acli. h. ft. !•> nubs.) was cleverly a length, SirtJllealhcoteV Xealor

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Essex Newsman

Essex Newsman Essex, England

12 Dec 1925

Rose Bushes, 12 for 10/-. Among our stock Flowering Shrubs we have, at 1/- each, Buddleia Spice a quick-growing, sweet-scented bush, with large spike-«haped purple blossoms. Write the Manager, Springwell Nursery. Tiptree. ( BLACK Currant Bushes. Variety

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

29 Jan 1850

and his excellent Lady, have done mud to mitigate the pinching of want and of winter the poor of the neighbourhood of Easton Lolas. Their bounty has been generously dispensed, a variety of useful means, calculated to meet the vanta of the necessitous; and

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

2 Jun 1933

Horse Guaras, Whitehall. : Commodore Grand Orchestra.— 1.4 d : Gramophone Records. —2.45 : Harry Roy and his 8and.—3.30 : Percy Bush and his Orchestra. 4.30 : Lancashire Songs, sung Dale Smith.—6 and 9 : News. 6.30 : Sports Ta1k.—6.45 Welsh Interlude. —-7

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

4 Sep 1882

while to deal with the corn IPSWICH 7 II > .. u ts'll 5136 22 |7 23 3 11 1C - the future. —The licence of the Holly Bush Inn, land, tube free and land-tax redeemed, having retains, the only important object was to ensure lori Igo .. 731 12 m 35i7

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Essex Newsman

Essex Newsman Essex, England

3 Jun 1933

eD d Duck.—lo.3o: Kegional.—B.4o . The hig orc hes- Hotel Orpbea SATURDAY, JUNE 3. —12^45: CotnmSdore 1.45 Gramophone da. Bush and Roy and his Band. 3.3 Lancashire Songs. his Orchestra. — 4.30. Ne ws.— sung fwelsh lnt|rlude. 630 : bports Talk.—• avg

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Essex Standard

Essex Standard Essex, England

19 Aug 1859

’,:.sk the AfUtuoou, N»« Quay Par™. ('tOXsISTINi; of Kai.lySKam, IW-von-t,.,, I-,» T, , u J tola, olden (•rots «la Ac. L !• Lola Half-Affc. To U etraroJ fr-ut ||.. , *lt kiu Uuoili fraui u.c Hay „f ;. An* r«ttb« infurnaMwa Mr.'Nnui il„ IV,r .. m Makon

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Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser

Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser Essex, England

6 Sep 1878

POITLTZT. li. a a 44.: dock soft, ft . Id. b• : nom do , 1 0 114 :honk al. fa as as ea. • 41 WM% 10. dd. Ma. dd.; wild~o. lola 60. ; idolooo.ll Od - to 10. I am*, Mao, ft to Os.; lewd ddek b. ale 1.1 2 0 am Mb, to. Id. to s. 'a.: Books OM 11 - ▪ um *Okla

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

3 Apr 1925

Schools: Mr. R- H. Routledge, A Tour Rome. 4.0-4.3o.—London Scholars' Half-hour. 4.30-s.o.—Organ Music, relayed from Shepherd's Bush Pavilion. 5.30-6.ls—Children's Corner. 6.40-6.55. — Boy Scouts' and Girl Guides' Bulletins. 7.0.— Time Signal from Big Ben

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

30 Nov 1877

090 •beep. ' **l ana a, Thi. Sw Ooarse and Infsrior Beasts - a,',. * decondqnalitr X~5 Prime large Oxen M Prime Scots, *. lola^i «3 i Ooarseand Inferior Sheep » «-«J Second quality ditto P 0 Prime ooarse-woolledditto PnmeBouthdowndltto

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Essex Herald

Essex Herald Essex, England

7 Nov 1899

parish cover expenses to March lib neat. A yti*HTSK-AcuK Plot laud, p.autbushes betweeu each tree, will cost only for good assortment ot chok-* trees, you go Webster’s Bncdvvurka i*rurt Tree Farm, Stock

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

15 Jan 1926

Hurd, Air. D. R. Cireen, and Mr. C. It. Finch. A musical programme was rendered by Club Stringed Orchestra under Mr. A. V. Bushed, F.R.C.O. Orchestral Society Concert. -The Brentwood Orchestral and Chora] Society gave their first concert of the season

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

27 Feb 1925

certificates, Violet Harrington, Dora Wraight (lst Woodford Co,). Solo Singing.—Under 11: JiU Arnison, lst Woodford; certificates, Lola Eandall Loughton), Peggy Corney, Ella Cousins, Marjorie Williamson (all lst Woodford), Nancy Day (lst Epping).—Over 16: Edna

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Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser

Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser Essex, England

23 Jan 1908

how. asking a friend if they arc going to Thamesever, wai a huge Christmas tree (ksocilv mouth to spend their holiday We do lola by Mr. W. J. Stibbards), which looked like the good old Thames. a grand river, vary pretty when full. Beery /AIM re. , but

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

22 Jan 1909

Mrs. Sheppard, of 1 re Baddow, two excellent entertainments at Crane-court Tuesday. She by a talented company comprising Miss Lola Duncan (from Hioks's theatre), M;ss Joan Sheppard, Miss Honey Seahrooke, Mr. Avrault (of the of York's Theatre), Col. F. Grundy

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

31 Dec 1852

partook suitable entertainment in the large school-room, the walls which were beautifully decorated with laurel and holly bushes, interspersed with appropriate mottoes, largo and handsome plants (kindly lent for the occasion by Mr. W. Hunting) enhancing

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

20 Oct 1950

(Ill: r KlNft EM B ASSY SSf Fri./S»l.: MXM SUN., OCT. 22, 4.30-10 p.m. : Cla re Trevor, WOMAN OF THE TOWN*(A); Jack La Rue, BUSH PILOT (U) MON., OCT. 23rd. THURS., OCT. 26th. Douglas FAIRBANKS, Jnr. Anna Trevor Jack HAWKINS : Gfynis JOHNS NEAGLE HOWARD

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Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser

Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser Essex, England

23 Aug 1878

we come to &podia' your feet oar etatlmente of sorrow. In the sad- ness that Mete her RIM* rernerobers the pees, and ohs las lola Wet the Mare. May Herren send her better is Fl:ll.AY, AUGUST 23, I 87?. ram CAFFAR WAR. A correspootuat arni Times, witting

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Type: Illustrated