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Cardiff Times

Cardiff Times South Glamorgan, Wales

8 Jan 1859

LOLA MONTES ON THE COMIC ASPECT OF FASHION. Madame Montes, Countess of Landsfeldt, delivered her second lecture at the Rotunda, Dublin, a few evenings ago, having for the subject The Comic Aspect of Fashion. In the opening portion of her address, of

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Western Mail

Western Mail South Glamorgan, Wales

15 Jan 1900

never able to coet SliicesaftIlly with Rtickettse Who was always too 1 Iart tot- him. 9kriin-hire was fairly bottled a IP by o Bush. hut Gordon-Smith showed some w ton.d denc. and eeedrepeat got roun d o - to the wing rand Stopped Ricketts after Bon- hi

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Western Mail

Western Mail South Glamorgan, Wales

2 Feb 1875

Pont- . morilsestreet. He saw the prisoner Bush fighting e with another man, surrounded by a large number of 2 people, He took hold of him to prevent him from f fighting, but the crowd tried to get him away. a Bush struck and kicked the sergeant, and whea

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Cardiff Times

Cardiff Times South Glamorgan, Wales

7 May 1892

I am not surprised she got entangled in the blackberry bushes, ruining her dress, and tearing her hands fearfully. It is clearer now, but I had some difficulty in escaping the treacherous bushes in coming here. I was surprised, but my simple Ioae could

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Western Mail

Western Mail South Glamorgan, Wales

12 Jul 1895

SELLNGsee ?? Luok., I NTLnsihngta I . to .4 on I Ste 4on let ~~~LOecGaTocK PLLTE. eP,: The Nipper. I IttCannon., I I ?? Ion I S tio lola P0NTF itAC~r. MEETING. en. 55K I ana ?? bat ssfre. ton - ~~TAuL HANDCneAP. Baireaml.onid.'7 to lg 'I m 7to l ag er. PASS-K

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South Wales Daily News

South Wales Daily News South Glamorgan, Wales

20 Nov 1906

eyes dilated • . 6 ., 52 D..hb. with the home of lost his M with th e sad affair. W. .ant.' I while his Raw.. Mime Uelena Bush. who speed, about too Mil. noith of Alai Point. im,ped from a window the burning building. 1b . .. 0.0h • Th• mill he

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Western Mail

Western Mail South Glamorgan, Wales

8 Oct 1945

at 2.30. Prior to London presentation Walter Fitzgerald, Henry Moilison Judy Kelly UNDER the GOOSEBERRY BUSH A new comedy by Archie N. Menzies. l»ola Strong. Alan Welch. BLAE.NGAWNEY FARM, CRUM LIN, MON. ,j OHN HERBERT instructed by the Rep. James Mstthews

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Western Mail

Western Mail South Glamorgan, Wales

25 May 1918

«it»u«u . annum; let ui». 6d. per week. Reception Room;, Kitchen, Scullery, Bedroom*. Lola to apply u» Mee*rfv G P. Pomdike end Co..’ Solicitors. Manfield-chamberK. Queen-street Cardiff; to Lots 10 15, Nicholas. Esq

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South Wales Daily News

South Wales Daily News South Glamorgan, Wales

4 Sep 1902

of the Bet. Or. Corley. and get. tiog out of his 01 - .0 was carried away by the strong current. CO:7;MT able to seine soma bushes, and was resened. On Wednesday afternoon Arthur Perks OM, lining at Frogwore - Cottages, Putney Bridge. road. London, white

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South Wales Daily News

South Wales Daily News South Glamorgan, Wales

7 May 1901

statuette et • bey to ilea Jerome Mr nut say as be la at Tb the .meter as .. Salm IL by Ns 11. IL Ur tee gent set eat hut the Mpg, 'bush. sir L. sorb • d Profaner a1ga1. RA.. P.m ILIJRA.. mai *um el art& le hada. W Its Mk. the Poet Blue leeks Mr we the pest

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South Wales Daily News

South Wales Daily News South Glamorgan, Wales

20 May 1905

sod ell , roomed Sous mallsed doe by an! • beet peened !receded Plata tootles. Forkelds 00h. speeds 011 y milk testate. Out bush y last 643.36. 4A—The OOLB )RNE MAI PLATE of ; far two yam olds. Vt. balm.. Mr H. Lindeman's Mt Mb Wean Mr W. K. Elssy's Onsmo

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South Wales Daily News

South Wales Daily News South Glamorgan, Wales

10 Aug 1904

=woo ol see Do. WOW sew LW law ogto. SOWS Ow St. Brie.. Da lest. of Waal Is Was. O. Os. We fres 'awned tin Owners Ho., Lady Bush Vol.'s, lady i Lamb hall', BITTING UP THE TOWN HALL. Three Cardiff Contracts. Tior Con&II Tons IdaLl an Tuning the Amor Tess

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South Wales Daily News

South Wales Daily News South Glamorgan, Wales

22 Feb 1908

Wood 41 mos, am No. IT, Ombra. A—A of par ma Non 1 1, Corollas.. 3 sad 4, tilmatew-mrsor, Cwmbran. 7.—A Nan S awl Cymbrao. Lola A 11, 10, IL 13, 11.—A 11 1414 Hama Wood. Mottimmao known an Let 14.—A 0, per mama, ammad mpa 11=Promom a/ Cwmbran. apply to

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South Wales Daily News

South Wales Daily News South Glamorgan, Wales

5 Feb 1901

sealer Jew* Witeelos ozplsieed bow North tap wrwroastlett bed meander sal ilm I. floe weoed cam the aresstd e 64 Immo named Bush *dareswee to the that Norris hawked her down sod siol•ntls bead b-r. SOMA cambia woe trimmed by P.O Etas, gore Mmes. For the

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South Wales Daily News

South Wales Daily News South Glamorgan, Wales

28 Dec 1906

minus Wow . T. . Ssitami lam 4 Lead aka* Loam Moak . Loadaa Cam*, 3 1.. Mork Wafer Board Stook Lola 34 par Cast Do. 3 gar Cast . .r rapt DAMNS . DnOhdlODd.. C.d. cyl Do Dela. Do Bee. Prat Leedom ail 42 Cley

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Cardiff Times

Cardiff Times South Glamorgan, Wales

5 Jun 1869

& Co. Concarnean, Zelie, F, 45, Le Vens, Morel Bros. & Co. Bordeaux, Cygere, F, 90, Jarnet, Morel Bros. & Co. River Plate, Lola, Den, 144, Anderson, S. D. Jenkins & Co. Rio de Janeiro, Diadem, Sn, 220, Peterson, Dahlstrom & Co. Constantinople, Novi Klas

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Western Mail

Western Mail South Glamorgan, Wales

2 Feb 1894

D s983 *ie, i 80 to84s. Choice suild Canadianu crermery, to c 2 cs to Os.1 Australian, 96s..to 112s. 'Geuauxn fato- bush 1 rica, lola to lobs Cd. F iinesti°lss-grifue, 61B to 63s; meditsun, 48s to 54s; ;imcre 9low, 163 to 425. thle 6 Eggs, per l2o-Irisli:

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Western Mail

Western Mail South Glamorgan, Wales

8 May 1889

(Miarols), ltottordirr. or iflsu IifattaS), Wa'ttcltt. (1 crggirrs diss, W1atcficL. IPt V~i srir fit-ri' Doca.~ sr/ty 6.- Fole, s. 'lola lie' S GCarts iivgt ,Aaclielv. 613 My 7 tie, 5. 71-iyle. Prtrv destin Srrird ?ar.irrs. Pri-sceVra!ite C onr',Chetbootyg. E'eer

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South Wales Daily News

South Wales Daily News South Glamorgan, Wales

20 Jul 1901

of &Misr wee • sprat which Mr Angidah mils at long rile is the of las& Akira. • wash aid& swept amen Yid of polities lila • bush broom onagialog Working everybody who Awed Ida 'radar aboot the was. Mr who a maga with lead ASKS Meg to reply, megratalated

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Western Mail

Western Mail South Glamorgan, Wales

14 Nov 1918

ACCOMMODATION LANDS AND PREMISES in the Town of HAY. The Valuable Mountain SfehU a» now t-njojoJ bv the tenaula the various l.ola are tuelmle.l it,,. Sale, and the Farms Known I and Lower Sheep Court «re two the best known and most fertile lioldings m tile

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