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3 matches for Lola Bush in the British Newspaper Archive

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  • County: West Lothian, Scotland

Linlithgowshire Gazette

Linlithgowshire Gazette West Lothian, Scotland

17 Apr 1897

carried-out at Langholm and in other parts of the county of Dumfries during the past season in manuring hay crops. Paterson. Bush, presided. Professor Wright said that, without applying any manure at all. a crop equal to 31A of hay per acre had been obtained

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Linlithgowshire Gazette

Linlithgowshire Gazette West Lothian, Scotland

10 Apr 1931

Gloomy. 26. Seen in winter. 28. Employs. 30. Lot (transposed). 31. Jack Horner’s fare. 33. Organ sight. 34. There. 35. Grows a bush. 37. South east (abb.) 38. Part of a fowl. 39. That is. 40. Frosted. 41. What girls and boys like. Down. 2. Conditional. 3

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Linlithgowshire Gazette

Linlithgowshire Gazette West Lothian, Scotland

26 Nov 1937

My Lite.” “ The Gorgeous Hussy, Love on the Run,” “ The Last of Mrs Cheyncy,” and she will do “ The Bride Wore Red ’’ and Lola Mendez ’’ next. In the summer of 1935 she became Mrs Franchot Tone. FAY WRAY DELIVERS A KNOCK-OUT While cameras were grinding

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