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Coventry Evening Telegraph

Coventry Evening Telegraph West Midlands, England

24 Sep 1904

Edward Adams, 34, Palmier, woo West Loudon Pohos U. on the hanng burglarionely an boas Bush. Prisoner was candid Co explained that he had sprained brad having fallen though a ickytight I feet beneath. Accused billiard room door at sine o'clock A remand

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Walsall Free Press and General Advertiser

Walsall Free Press and General Advertiser West Midlands, England

23 Oct 1858

Coulthard has been lost in the Australian desert. His body was was found lying under a scrub bush, and at a short distance from mm his canteen and other bush accoutrements. Upon one side of that canteen, offering a convex surface of tin about 12 inches

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post West Midlands, England

18 May 1914

: 2 agat Red Dennis to 1 Recondite, 9 Polygamist, 6 to 1 each Potency and Lie Bed. 7 1 Lola, 10 1 each others When rihey had act tied down. Polygamist led from Lola. High and Dry. Recondite, Claire, and Potency with lie a Bed last These posiuons underwent

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Walsall Free Press and General Advertiser

Walsall Free Press and General Advertiser West Midlands, England

2 May 1857

was sentenced to a year's imprisonment aud sUir. fine. Lola Montez. —A dispatch from Louisville, Ky., dated 10th instant, says:—“ Quite a row occurred at the theatre here. It was the b'.n=fit of Lola Montez, and she wanted carpet instead of green baize

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post West Midlands, England

5 Apr 1858

interrupted by misconceptions, will be speedily reestablished upon a solid ?? News. THaE lARxUscGE ?? LOLA MONTEs.-Thie announcement of the marriage of Lola ?Iontes, Countess of Lansfeldt, in Paris, has excited some enquiry as to who is the lucky bridegroom

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Birmingham Daily Gazette

Birmingham Daily Gazette West Midlands, England

14 Sep 1877

appear on the American stage, Peonville, the American violinist, hea hit possession curicus if that strange woman, Lola Monte z. When Lola waa residing in Oraaa Valley, Cal., in the habit of playing for hat in order that ana might practice new dan hag own

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Coventry Evening Telegraph

Coventry Evening Telegraph West Midlands, England

14 Dec 1933

l stars and publicity stunts that it has pro. dueed about its own ballyhoo. Jean Harlow Is well cast as Lola Barns, a pampered star. Poor Lola is constantly at war with her publicity manager, Space (Lee Tracey) because he likes to make her live a

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Coventry Herald

Coventry Herald West Midlands, England

20 Jan 1933

be Working Wives, presenting the lives of Lola Davis and Ken Hayes, who are intensely in love and who work for their respective livings in offices. Ken's salary, however, is only a little more than Lola's. and hardly enough to marry on. especially

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Coventry Standard

Coventry Standard West Midlands, England

2 Jul 1852

a provincial synod of England,” at Birmingham. Lola Montes a Queen. —The last piece of gossip from the jetty court of the king of Hayti is, that the Emperor has sanctioned the sending an embassy to Lola Montes to solicit her hand for the Prince Bobo

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post West Midlands, England

4 Dec 1865

— Gkeyhoundh.—Bitches.—First prize : Exhibitor and breeder, Mr. William Page, Stratford-on-Avon. Lola Montes. Age, 5 years 8 months. By Nimrod—Lola Montes. Second prize : Kxhibitor, Mr. W. W. Riddell, The Limes, Gravelly Hill, Birmingham. Breeder,

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post West Midlands, England

19 Jul 1872

allow- gores : half a mile. Filly by Trumpeter Mabebl, Set 71b ?? 1 Uina, sal 2lbtcarsiid at 4lb) ?? 2 Alberta, 7e ~ ~ ~ ?? 8 Lola Mcnteo (CGosterl, Proprietor (VS. Bird). Sligo (Payne), Lady Lucy, Wagga Wagga (White), Honeycomb (Butler), Andalouse (W. Clay)

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Coventry Herald

Coventry Herald West Midlands, England

14 Apr 1848

Peel's Lola Montes. Tuksday. —A Sweepstakes of 10 sovs. each, 3 subs., was won by tlie Duke of Bedford's Villiers, (F. Butler,) beating Mr. Baker's Keeley, and another.—The Riddiesworth Stakes of 200 sovs. each, 7 subs., were won Colonel Peel's Lola Monies

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post West Midlands, England

17 Apr 1961

Class 2 (1,151 to 3.000 CI: 1. Taylor; 2. Gratiain 3. Allison. Class 3 to 1.150 c.c.l. I. J. Selmer( (Lola Clonal?. 43 en.p.L; 2. C. barnton (Lola Cftias.); 3. 1. lisyden 1101. ((may Fastest lase 11(drnsois and Biskra.. leen. 59.6 era 53 won. Forwent

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Sports Argus

Sports Argus West Midlands, England

13 Apr 1929

Vas. 0. Burton and DistHet. bus and Co. 6. Dim!loon Art Silk 3. 3. Midway C M. I. Albion Snorts a. Tatusbi 1. Wortaing.ou 6. lola.' 1. Newhall Luttrd 7. tvootinetton6l raluaoulaa G. Bornuninant J. 0.1; nostivriu.. 9. toiverany I. Itantbortio aVlis IL V

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post West Midlands, England

4 Apr 1964

for Routes by RI shafts are British. So are castings, bearings. bushes and • number of other smaller components. The car was designed in the United States, but is reminiscent of the Lola driven by Richard Attwood, of Wolverhampton, and David Hobbs. of

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Birmingham Daily Gazette

Birmingham Daily Gazette West Midlands, England

3 Mar 1932

in songs at the piano. A Night in Soho, lyrics by E. Segrave and Anthony Jaynes; music by Adolphe Mulls, Lola Gordon and Anthony Jaynes. with Lola Gordon. Donald Mather, Anthony Jaynes and Adolphe Mils at the piano. Elena Danieli (soprano). Gerald Kirby

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post West Midlands, England

4 Apr 1964

for Rootes by Je shafts are British. So are castinfs. bearings, bushes and a number of other smaller components. The car was designed in the United States, but is reminiscent of the Lola driven by Richard Attwood, of Wolverhampton, and David Hobbs, of

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post West Midlands, England

17 Oct 1877

I Teesdale .. .. 0 Lady Nelson 50 Queen I'lppiuii S S Gelieni. .. 7 1:3 Agnes La, Fleres 7 Wild Aggla 710 Scottie . . . 4 Lola .. . 790 Night About 3 Abble. .77 Corralufluly. . 5 1 ENTRIEtS FRo. THEs TEuRce HAeNDedAer. ethlb Stllc Dogi ?? . 10 '7 Sptator

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Birmingham Daily Gazette

Birmingham Daily Gazette West Midlands, England

31 Jul 1901

that, she was milts the wilful metier et Mr aim. ranere :NM al. BOOKS OF THE DAY. TWO GOOD DOOR& And other Sketch By Erin lola. By F. C. COO , mous. iEdisburgl, With* Blackwood and Books bearing the library hall-m•rk of BlackH woods' name upon the cover

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Coventry Evening Telegraph

Coventry Evening Telegraph West Midlands, England

13 Dec 1904

features of Australian bush life, illumined( many peculiar otypes of its ton and fauna. A view of the Southseroti=mil:y night, showing the Southern Cross n, wee also eakibited. Fixtures of moonlight in the Anetralian forest, and • bush fire, were aho received

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