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Christchurch Times

Christchurch Times Hampshire, England

27 Aug 1904

Druitt). lola (Mr. E. Hart), Mystery (Mr. B. J. Tucker), Papoose (Mr. Locke), No. 2 One Design (Mr. E. W. Jenkins), No. 4 (Mr. J. C. Edmunds), and Kittiwake (Mr. Vaughan). In the run down lola took the lead, No. 4 passed No. 2, and in tacking back lola very

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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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Christchurch Times

Christchurch Times Hampshire, England

28 May 1898

1 Glean' 904 OeL Brasses 10 40 • 1 lola E. Mart 10 II la as Cob t. W. Jesting toner Ise—lnl spiny IL IS OJ. ink 10 41 19 46 M-Ird has Mt B. J. Tacker 10 41 11 nal& The setae time of completing the course was : lola, 1 hr., 58 m., 46 sec.; Cab, 2 hr.,

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Christchurch Times

Christchurch Times Hampshire, England

29 Aug 1908

eonsperttlog boats were lanthe. lola. Myetere, Torrent, Qinten Bee, Kittiwake and Dabohiek. The weather wait very boisterous and the boats sailed tinder two reefs. The bandi lap worked out. thus :—lantlie 1. Mystery 2, lola 3. —lt was impossihls to *ail

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Christchurch Times

Christchurch Times Hampshire, England

7 Aug 1897

past her. lola had beaded all before her by the time the second round was over, and raced well for the lead. This looked almost impossible in the last reach for the winning poet, but, through Mystery being somewhat hampered by another boat, lola just managed

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Christchurch Times

Christchurch Times Hampshire, England

19 Jun 1897

re losaitereed, as two new boats—lola sal just some from the building yards d and Poole respeelively. •Acibille (thaw& ) was area gent of, followed, after sa interval two minutes betwom mak by Thetis (Mr. Pope), lola (11r. E. Hart), Cab (Messrs. Jenkins

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Christchurch Times

Christchurch Times Hampshire, England

30 Jul 1898

sent wreaths, L.., were Mr. and Mrs. Holloway; Mr. and Mrs. James Druitt, Misses Donn, and Mr. Alas Drultt ; the Rev. T. H. Bush, Mrs. T. W. Palomar, Mss. Richard Carter, Dr. and Mrs. Manteca, Mr. and lbs. W. 8. V. Cullen* (London), Mr. and Mrs. PoWevrell

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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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Christchurch Times

Christchurch Times Hampshire, England

9 Jul 1898

starting &wording to her rating, and they were :—Gleant ((eel. Brame.). lola M r. Hart). Cub Mama. Jen. kiss and Wood). and Eydwy II (Mr. Willa). This was a splendid match. sailed eery INC lola gained only a little In the Iris round. but closed on her in the

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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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Bournemouth Guardian

Bournemouth Guardian Hampshire, England

16 Aug 1884

four weeks. That the 411111111 e“ by the burning of Alexandria deli haws to welt so long for compensation Bush to be ravened, and perhaps it is set lola wading at that five hundred of the Asada have in front of tie Britt* at Alezendria to protest nand the

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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

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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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 Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

23 Dec 1943

Instructed by Personal Represents'less to SILL by Aucnom the BOARS BRAD HOTTL. DOARHIIHT. JAN. iiiii, 1914, at 2 o'clock, In beam Lola about . 104 ACIILS OF VALUABLZ PIIZEHOLI MARKET GARDEN AND --------- FRUIT LAND, situate and being part of the well known Market

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Hampshire Telegraph

Hampshire Telegraph Hampshire, England

7 Feb 1947

ROAD. PORTJMOUTH • v. • Asa owcorauve coodition throughout and at present arranued for use as too attractive Flats llitoUND LOLA; &Inane, Hall. two Neceptton R•ooss. Conserratrry. Kitchen as ith modern • .c. and fuel store. FIRST Three excellent Bea' rooms

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Portsmouth Evening News

Portsmouth Evening News Hampshire, England

18 May 1914

Pick (Hobbs). Winner trained J. Smith, betting: 3 1 Silver Thruah, ICO 50 Homeward Bound. Black- Kite. 7 Great Orme. 10 1 Bush Fire. 100 to other 4.3O.— THE LONDESBOROUGH PLATE SCO sova. One mile and half. A Bailers SON-IN-LAW F. l.ord >t. Davids's

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