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Diss Express

Diss Express Norfolk, England

9 Aug 1907

Fitiporaky (Soloist—Secgt.-Drummer J. Berry). Selection. Idyl Dance '• Pagliacci ” Leonearalio ** Baby s Sweetheart ” Corri “ lola ” Hoyle Hoy i EVENING. March La Mattchiche Ilorcl■ CUrc Selection The Earl and the Girl Caryll Valse Amour ct Priotorapa

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Eastern Daily Press

Eastern Daily Press Norfolk, England

20 Feb 1907

h T g H ro U •n itS AT. TtaiIIMAILY Slat. &Ai NORBERT STOCK. ORNARENTAL SHRUBSROS . FOREST TREES. AND ES, Fruit Trees and Bushes, Pot and Table Plants, kg.. direct front Norwich Nurseries. The Sale *lli commence at 11 o'clock. AlletiOMNl'S 016ces—]U.

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Eastern Evening News

Eastern Evening News Norfolk, England

7 Sep 1901

• 100 ft. tmetage to the %el and a return ditto of 11411 to the Cromer end Holt Moral, Mr. J. W. Howard, LB9 fur the three lola. Lehi 23 to 28, inclusive, were pmeed over. Lot. 29, MI, sad 31, bantling sites, with 6IGt. floatage to The Vale aid a depth

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Eastern Daily Press

Eastern Daily Press Norfolk, England

11 Jun 1907

Saturday, and resulted in a victory for the Lome team by 3 rune on the Stet innings. Scores: Nockhant—C. C. Bush 32, C. W. Bush 13, L. J. Riches 5. E. J. Bush 5, 11. Pearos 5, E. Church 0, H. Smith 2, A. Bird 0. J. Thompson not out 4, L. Sullen 0, H. Jessup 1

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Norwich Mercury

Norwich Mercury Norfolk, England

17 Jul 1858

occupied by Robert King. Lot 12.—A DOUBLE COTTAGE and GARDEN occupied John Green and Charles Bush. Lot Id.—THREE COTTAGES and GARDENS, occupied Page Bowring, Clement Bush, and Charles Chamberlin. Lot 14.—A DWELLING-HOUSE now divided into two Tenements, with

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Norwich Mercury

Norwich Mercury Norfolk, England

1 Aug 1860

LAND, in Bawdcawell, containing 2r.22p., between lands of Arthur Bush and Robert Overton. Lota 1 and 2 are partly Freehold and partly Copyhold. Lola 1,2, and 4, are occupied Arthur Bush, who will quit at Michaelmas next. For further particulars and conditions

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Norwich Mercury

Norwich Mercury Norfolk, England

28 Feb 1824

directed to the Sheriff of Norfolk, against the Filer of the late Edward Sksman Bush, Shopkeeper, deceased,) THE Unexpired TERM OF A LEASE granted the said Eduard Seaman Bush, Dwelling-house, Simp, Warehouses, Stable, Yard, and other Appurtenances,silualc

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Norwich Mercury

Norwich Mercury Norfolk, England

14 Jun 1851

Kvrritt, Esq. to SELL AUCTION, the Royal Hotel. Norwich, on Saturday, the June, 1851, at Four o'clock the Afternoon, in Six Lola, the under-mentioned valuable ESTATE, lying in Foracelt Peter, Tharston. and Wacton, Norfolk, ami now in the occupation the

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Eastern Daily Press

Eastern Daily Press Norfolk, England

6 Sep 1906

forms a valuable Buildings Site. Int 6. TWO ENCLOSURES of ARABLE LAND. containing about 12a. Ir. 3 4 0.. 1.11.. 11 as Clip Bush. with bullock Shed.. situate next the Thorpe land Road and property of Mr. Kendall. in occupation of Mr. William K Southgate

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Eastern Daily Press

Eastern Daily Press Norfolk, England

25 Sep 1901

FRED. H. RAY, NEE% VALUER, AND BS' TATE AGENT, 10, UPPER KING STREET. NORWICH BUS{CaI. Ectoblobed over 60 Yam. itirtrughtly lola ■t Norwich Con Rani THIS DAY. CORN HALL, NORWICH, TiR,WD H. HAY will Sell by Auction, in the COM Hall, on Wr.DIOSSDAT, SKPMI3IOI

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Eastern Evening News

Eastern Evening News Norfolk, England

13 Feb 1909

said she was 81 years of age nest birth- to __ their mewl. They started (y trying to get on day. that it would be en immense lola f ' Amities through the bridge, then they She was brought up fr.NOl beby a i n n d o:2 scold like it to do? It me •AI I ran

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Eastern Daily Press

Eastern Daily Press Norfolk, England

7 Mar 1907

£16 6 10s. ed. per annum. Bares by BACON lb lONS. Pa Beech Grove. containing 3 flitting-rooms. Forest Treat Fruit Trees an d Bushes. CernatiOns. Mr. J. WC. DATIVES. Ogle House Chambers Norwich. Vendor's Solicit.. SATURDAY NEXT, et 12, BACON A SONS' Kitchens

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Yarmouth Mercury

Yarmouth Mercury Norfolk, England

2 Oct 1880

their este they ow ea imams es. . sassbeg trop seepest os smut, te sae bushed tat bag* with yes big rani an a basal, sad . bead about the slap of a sash. Thu we say they am about sae bushed yards fan the asepsat whoa it dived. LONDON OLOTEINO—Ouds= to am laws

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Norwich Mercury

Norwich Mercury Norfolk, England

4 Sep 1847

NOTICE. ftf. Bush BEGS to Inform bia Friends andrthe Public, that hia next Sale for /Bullocks. Cows, Sheep, Swine, &c. & - o. will take place in his RE. POSITORY YARD, at the/un Inn. Lyon Reg.., on Monday, the 13th of Septwnber, 1847. All Horses, Stock

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

30 Jun 1900

possession) 18 338 12. Two Cottages and Garbroke 1 13. Caudle Green Fsrm ditto 3 • 14. Two Cottages and Field, ditto 15 Bush Farm, 134 16. Field in 9 118 17 to 20. CottaiM in (brbrookr Village « 21. Two £lO »hare« it. the Wat ton (ia* Company. The

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Thetford & Watton Times and People's Weekly Journal.

Thetford & Watton Times and People's Weekly Journal Norfolk, England

12 Aug 1899

Fnrdy. 2ad L«nd, 3rd Bale*. 100 yards Cat race, scratch, open—lst Hnson, Sad Maeklln. I3D yards hardle handicap, ©pen—lst lolaes. Sad Watt. 3rd HiiaOu. Two rallesticyele hankie*p. .•peD-la. Hughes. 3ri Easlausb. 0 fl.t handle-ip. closed seven miles—lst

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Norfolk News

Norfolk News Norfolk, England

1 Nov 1879

HotebLoweatollL 'Wednaiau, Xmiiibc) St A, 1879, Three tor Four o'clock the Afternoon, the followieg Valuable Property, in Three Lola. MARINERS' STREET. Lot 1. That Old. established and Well-frequented FREE BEERHOUSE, known by the sign the Morning Scar, doing

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Norwich Mercury

Norwich Mercury Norfolk, England

4 Nov 1857

that artcultivation and aesthetic training will wonderfully improve the morals ot the British public. Now. Sood wine needs no bush to recommend it, neither the fine arts require to be puffed with cant. Like wine, the fine arts are very fine things ; but

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Norfolk News

Norfolk News Norfolk, England

19 Apr 1890

characters were well sustained by the young people who took part it, and were followZimri, F. Dickerson; Beast, H. W. Youngs; Lola, Miss B. Button ; Anna, Miss A. Brewster ; Beauty, Miss M. Lansdell; FairySilverstar, Miss A. Wade ; attendant fairies, M.

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Eastern Daily Press

Eastern Daily Press Norfolk, England

3 Sep 1908

Evan Williams, the Electrm Auxeto- Grama phone; selection. Tom Jonw, Geiman; taorceau mignon. ‘LSalat Ed. Elgar; ltalian. Lola, knadmann; oolectioo, Raminiscences of England, Oodfrejr; song. Rucked the cradle of the deep, Mr. Robert Radford, the

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