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Shields Daily News

Shields Daily News Tyne and Wear, England

5 Oct 1881

Varieties; a quantity of Herbaceous Plants, Lily Root*, and Lily of the Valley for forcing; Rhubarb Boots, 100 Bose Bushes, Ac. To Sold Lola to suit Pnrchtsera. Mr Wilkinson is well-known successful Cultivator, and the Stock is worthy the attention of Gardeners

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Tyne and Wear, England

28 Oct 1848

Circassian Maid, 4 to 1 Kangaroo, and to 1 agst Gabbler. Elimea and Gabbler got off together, and made the running to the bushes, and tbenee the finish. Elimea had a decided lead, winning very cleverly length. Man-of-my-Heart. Circassian Maid, and Tamarind

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Tyne and Wear, England

23 Jan 1915

«ANKSO—Mr Cunliffe Leir;« 10 ft Ml LLBRJ DOE —Lortl Dunham P DALY LAD—Mr Edward** P. 4 10 5 WIDEAWAKE —-Mr H«£iicfc .. 4 5 LOLA—Mr Hardy.. . .. .. .. 410 —Mrs lloybcnirn m. 10 5 FLY CAR—Mr J. Major j. 410 KL.\CK MAILER—Sir H. .. .. :. ~ F. Hunt

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Tyne and Wear, England

18 Oct 1877

Nortbein'a Agnes la Fiore, Sat 71b, i5O iructat.aw 0 T. Store's Right About, «*t Mb. .Heslop 0 T. Lund's y Nelson, Bat. £ 0 Shave Lola, ,*; fib (csr. 7*t -lb), £30*. Ccake Bettinz: 1 a.st S-ottle, 3 asst Teesdsle and Agnes Frer- rn-ipl.d 15 af Coma filly and

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Tyne and Wear, England

22 Nov 1851

similar occurrence, it has been determi their the blankets at the time the reptiles ol tins food left in the cage. Lola Monies.—Tli-. celebrated Lola engage . (about two mouth, the state cabu-.s the Hum-, stoimerAwhieh loft Havre 1 mr : the purpose of proceeding

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Newcastle Chronicle

Newcastle Chronicle Tyne and Wear, England

14 Mar 1868

the corja which supimrted her ; and the King, paying her a visit, would introduced these boon companions if was their equaL Lola made him promise an order to Englishman of her acquaintance ; smi after Ixda bar! left the country, the Englishman wrote remind

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Tyne and Wear, England

31 Dec 1858

threateningly about the place. The unfortunate woman has since been respited with a view of commutation of the capital punishment. LOLA MONTES ON THE CoMItc ASPECT or FSaR O.1 -Madame orontes, Countess of Landofelt, delivered her second lecture at the Rotunda

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Tyne and Wear, England

14 May 1914

Bedford stakes—Fairy Dream, Thric-o, Symbol, Graham, Gorse Bush, Hearts. Breeders' Stakes—Verraine, Grev Linnet. Seed Pearl. Closerie Seraph filly. King's Bench, Savoyard. Dictator, Longueville, Gorse Bush, Verdi, Set Square. ACCEPTANCES. MANCHESTER MEETING

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Tyne and Wear, England

15 Mar 1878

sates ownermay run forthis plate. Entrance 3 sors each, to go to the fiend. Five furlongs. (32 subs.) Mr C. Bush'sab c Bonny Charlie (Sib) ?? Mr C. Bush's hr f ?? ?? ?? Mr J. bL Brooks's b c Grallab (1b) . ?? Mr. M. Brookss br f Lady Hacd, by ?? FsXW eIkie'S

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Tyne and Wear, England

9 May 1914

Stobart's oolt jumped off smoothly from the gate close company with Bush Fire, and there was great consternation when it was remarked that the favourite could make no appreciable impression Bush Fire. Mr E. Clayton's gradually forged ahead the rails with a

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Tyne and Wear, England

22 Mar 1861

a and average prieea of grain aold during the week ending Maroh 16:- Wheat, 61 qr, 1 bush., at 2 9s- 8d; barley, 33 qra,. 2 bush,, at 41 16a Id; oats, 31 qra. 7 bush., at 1 OA l0d per qz. ALNWICR CORN MAU3[ET, Maroh 16.-There was a scauty supply of grain

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Tyne and Wear, England

21 Jun 1878

horso to receive 20 sovs out of f t e tsoes. From the ble Post-New Coarse-nearly one mile. 24 sObs. . Mr C. Bush's b c Deadman, 3 ye.. Mr C. Bush's ch c Bancha, 3 yrs .; Mr W. Frankish's oh c Chimera (late Broomstick), i yr ?? Mr T. Melville's b f Abbie

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Tyne and Wear, England

22 Oct 1915

Mr J. Bell-Irving's r f SPINNING TOP, Ear Ist on—Cycle, a bye. m. SWORD SLING beat JANITA. 5 to 4 on Sword GREEN BUSH beat ROSTOV. 7 4 Bush. l^, ™ f at MTKTI OAVR beat SPINNING TOP. 9 to 4 on Patagonia. a bye. Carlisle, Thursday. second stage of the meeting

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Tyne and Wear, England

27 Jun 1914

Griggs). Indian God (J. R. Cooper), Royal Mail (A. Whalley), Chateau Vert (J. Plant), (E. V. Gardner), Sting (R. W. Stokes), Lola (K. D. Robertson), Pretty Belle (D. Dick). Winner trained by Butters. Off 2.32. Betting : 11 10 agst Aides, 1 agst Whroo. 7

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Tyne and Wear, England

7 Sep 1868

435; oats, 32s to 33s 4d; i poas, to 4is. Tlie following inspector's return ;—Wheat, 03 qrs. 4 bush., at ; barley, i 97 qrs. 0 bush., at 2s 3£d ; peas, 3 qrs. bush., it £2 4s od. , ~ , DURHAM, Sept. s.—There was a good attendance, I and many samnles of new

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Newcastle Journal

Newcastle Journal Tyne and Wear, England

15 May 1914

Rothschild s oolt led from Ambassador in the early stages of the race, but after a mile Cupidon took the running. Approaching the Bushes, CarrickfeTgus improved his position, and taking the lead soon after, ran on in good style to win by a length from Cupidon

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Tyne and Wear, England

11 Aug 1865

averages of British corn sold in Newcastle market in the week ending Aug. 8, 1865 :- Mheiat ?? 1:353( qps. S bush ?? 2 2 3 Oats ?? ?? 229 qrs. 0 bush . 1 4 0 TNEWCASTLE CATTLE MARKET. Angust 8.-The arrivals from a distance consisted of 17 head of cattle froin

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Tyne and Wear, England

6 Oct 1871

Britieshcorn sold in N'ew'0asti%' market in the week ending Oct. 3, t571:- Wheat ?? qrmsO bush. at 583 ;3:. Barley ?? l2j qre 0 bush. at 33s 7d. Oats ?? - qrs 0 bush. at-s 0. NEWCASTLE CA12TLE MARKET. TUEsDAY, Oct. 3.-The arrivals from at distance consisted

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Newcastle Daily Chronicle

Newcastle Daily Chronicle Tyne and Wear, England

19 Jan 1864

Pomaron; cargo iron, lead, and 18,467 pit props, Gothenburg. Hexham Corn Market. Jan. 16 —Wheat, 1 Oqre 7 bush. Alls Old.' rley * * ******* 21qra 7 bush. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. London Corn Market. Jan. 18.—English and foreign wheat slow Monday’s rates. Flour

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Newcastle Courant

Newcastle Courant Tyne and Wear, England

20 Jan 1865

market in t ate week ending Jan. 17, 1865 -i Wheat.. 712 lgrit 1 hushe. 18 1S I ?? 512 tirs. 2 hush ?? 7 8 Outs ?? 31 qrs. 5 bush ?? 17 11 NEWCASTLE CATTLE MIARKET. JANUARY 17.-The arrivals from a distance wets agatitt Iligt, only 4 head Of cattle froit

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