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Portsmouth Times and Naval Gazette

Portsmouth Times and Naval Gazette Hampshire, England

29 Oct 1859

saying, * Keep ibis souvenir, as rememberanco ot Lola Monte*.’ I suitably at-knowledgcd Ibe favour. Lola Monte* sailed on the following day lor York. The paper contains tbe following :—* Marie Laud skid Heald Lola Monica, with thanks Mr. W .* Tickling a Crocodile

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

8 Feb 1935

iaclusive —Bush and Tidy'. 143. London Rad. 'North End ('phone 64661. and 3, tiro*. 'l..td 40iith. Smiths's (*phone 737421. DR BEDNANPTOII.—netni-detached; throe bedrooms, bathroom, recept'on. kitchen, large garden, ctuation, 13*. seclusive.—lola Bush and '1

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Hampshire Advertiser

Hampshire Advertiser Hampshire, England

26 Jun 1880

two-yr-olds ; colts, 9st j fillies, 8„ lllb ; winners extra. MnT. Cannon's Scuir Vullin, by Strathcona-EnergeUc. 9st Mr. F. Lola's Lowland Chief, 9st ?? • • • /„£S*„ Mr. Craven's oby Nuneham— Contrivance, ?? J. «<«*« _ Mr. W. Bevill's Wargrave, 9st ??

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

27 Feb 1935

reception, garage, excellent garden. —Err*. Bush and Tidy, above. CHRIST CHURCH. Purbrook (close). —House bilor style in plea-ant position; three bedrooms, kitchtnette, mam drain* ij*. large garden; £B30 —Bush and Tidy, above. THE ANCHORAGE, Fir Cops* Koafl

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

1 Sep 1888

were carryiun a jer, anud they all went in behited grar totine bushes. A fewv minutes afterwards all tour all t left without the jar, and his suspicious being pliel aroused lie went to the bushes and found it con- cealed uetder sent(e weeds and rubbish. He

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

6 Jul 1933

Shepherd's Bush Pavilion Orchestra, directed by Harry Fryer. London Regional.—The New Victoria Kinema Orchestra, directed Sydney relayed from the New \ ictoria Kinema, Bradford. Midland.—Sec London Regional programme. Daventry. Time; Shepherd's Bush. Pavilion

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

21 May 1887

'oI linI a little 1af'.lS''11, --''Ili;)lll'I ii~ Vili n she got Inni ol Fi'.lll1. 11 1 3l t II - l li 110 h ini .171 s e LOl]a l II,' li II -11 i I i ! hI - liia iflv IIyulitid 1 r I - -t'l - to .11ihhsistlil hI-0 ele l. la'e15,il Ia'o'clei. I~ Len

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

3 Nov 1894

with a quiet, searching look at, her. Mi No she said, with a chesry little laugh, - I eel ktnew you would conme. Mi TO lola outsider her manner would have appeared as to natural as possible. for fall her ?? dignity it, was easy to see that she cared

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Hants and Berks Gazette and Middlesex and Surrey Journal

Hants and Berks Gazette and Middlesex and Surrey Journal Hampshire, England

3 Sep 1910

nal flowers oolour, the Si. air. chestnuts .. sun, and already the winter crop of berries is swelling and reddening on the bushes. The gardeners are even now busy with broom and barrow, keeping the paths clear of rustling leaves. Nursemaids and their small

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Hampshire Advertiser

Hampshire Advertiser Hampshire, England

30 Mar 1918

WOODLAND 40 acres, including the • vaiuabh-. Timber Fir, Spruce, and young Beech. Lola 11 and 12.—Enclosures ARABLE LAND, containing and acres respectively. Lots 13 16 —“JACK’S BUSH' PLANTATION. Four capital Building Sites «. rom 10 14 acres. Lot 17.—Parcel

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

15 May 1925

investment securities, the appearance of lAindon County Council 4i per cent. Loan, amounting to 2-0,000,000 issued OH'’ redeemable lOla-So, with the resu.t that War Loan Lives have [alien 004, and Consols, Local Loans, and Funding have each declined a similar

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

4 Nov 1955

All pemons having this against the estate of ED'A'SPV GIBBON NISBET of Eard Castle Road. 'Westridge. Surd/ 24 Austin Priers. Lola EC 2. Solir:tor rifled, tea doll on the 12th Septeedo 19:7, hereby required • to-nd porticularis thereof is la Midland Hank

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

2 May 1927

leidchr-d bou?e bedrooms, two living-rooms, v bathroom: charming surroundings; '• •■ i.'.;ic I:uos, fowl house, etc.. Lola , London Load (near Munster park. Bungalow *th acre tend. rca.iT for occupation. Price .■ purchased with ain all deposit uml in

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

11 Feb 1914

Oar, complete with liooLola. The prettiest! ttnd cheapest Car the market. ■Delivery from I stock at the sole D:*tr;cfc Agents.—Pearson s, 52, Klmgrore

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

21 Apr 1915

aE^Laj*nftMTONs'! ' i' Transposing Device for Underdamper Tape Action, for any finure. / HOWARD & HARRIS Accompanying, Doub | e Bushed Keys. | The Flannel TfOUSCrS tgg *CM, STAB COMMSY. '[ Automatic tracking Devine . The ncw est smart type of lrm»et»; with

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Southern Echo

Southern Echo Hampshire, England

8 Apr 1897

lianr.reet. Sesthamses. ALL W 1 *MAIO. siessla we Notion • Rams. to Mt tidy et es. TATUE b. !VIA lOLA POIAIOI3. Meet *deb Cookies Potatoes, laid. bush.: iskL dehyseed to way put ol the town. For reed purposes— Abundance. t,artem Bruce. gaoaUho • 7d.

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Hampshire Advertiser

Hampshire Advertiser Hampshire, England

10 Oct 1835

duly which devolves nvon the sex , ami 4 rrhey aegltwt tnn, or perform it in an .icpropef rianuer, tie ahacactai of I tbe v'lola of society it wered to 'in- >ame ?? Unr. i n- I pare., wnh thisdoty, t.ur.- is really not oue oi rh. .raboui I jccu^ition.

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

25 Jan 1882

dehesodasit. bta hle suitos ricke eaec rosar ?? le, ?? ws c rot rlees.tossoi-atpart-I - that 1Le as hlrl rio he sito sosy fv Ioo lola ?? Lesolhs ish thocy could sot )isv; gsarsu thiat requeca. hie oalI hoo~ts- go sous arias tro toabe .s peed .ro. b,,c did li-ec

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

31 Dec 1937

Hampshire Telegraph Office. and eix months' policies; 331 per cent. AND AT NORTH END. Spun.. i n a good range of colours. A lola.' HALL, PAIN & FOSTER, Levant St., Generals, Alverstokit Droxford. 156; local. 140, SEI.L Your House.-Gentleman will purchase

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England

13 Feb 1843

April gem ml. and which lon id prematurely the apt earanee ot sprma llowets of almost every ami bud's upon garden trees and bushes. wind Irotn the south. soutb-weM. and west, was reniarkable for il» continuance two-tliirds of the month lor its tremendous

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