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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer West Yorkshire, England

31 May 1934

—6'a7«Pf,, a Brooke Bond) B. 1/3*4 3 1/S, Brush Electric Eng.. 30—- —4*2% Bucknall Pf.. Burberrys 7|. Pref., 14/ 6% Pref., 25/ lola Bush TOf.. 5 1-16 • . Call. Cable. 61/3r 1/ Pref., 21/4*3 /4* Can. W. timber, /II 5% Ist Deb., 97 inc. Deb., 55» L, Carlton Horfel

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer West Yorkshire, England

4 Dec 1933

agst Sombre, Bonnie Lola and Meteorite, 10 to 1 Pamphlet,: and to 7 MANON and ethers. Race started at 1.31. Tote win dividend (2a. stake)—6Ba Places: 18s. 6d., lis. 4a. Win pool 2,909; place pool 2,881. At the first hurdle Bonnie Lola lamped ahead of. Pamphlet

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Leeds Times

Leeds Times West Yorkshire, England

12 Mar 1853

of the whole scene was so lifelike that he was almost inclined to believe that some were yet living. Lola Making a Fortune.— A Parisian friend of Lola Moutes has received a letter from her, dated New Orleans. She states that she has beeu making great

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer West Yorkshire, England

20 Jul 1872

M. Grace b W. wWA* 1 «t Bush bW. Grace 0 Fooley.lb w. bCbGrace 0 cG. F. Graceb W. Grace 3 W. H Game, b Strachan 8 c W. G. Grace bStrachato Humphrey, c Bush W. G. wuV ••;•••••••• c Townshend b Strachan 5 Yi. H. Austead, st Bush G Grace 8 c Matthewsb W

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Bradford Observer

Bradford Observer West Yorkshire, England

6 Sep 1849

kingdom lighter than the fascinations of ber perilous beauty !— The Literary Gazette has been inspired by Lola with' the following im- promptu : — Thus Lola her love to her hero reveal' d : — My heart you have wounded, I wish to be Ileald. But James, who

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Todmorden Advertiser and Hebden Bridge Newsletter

Todmorden Advertiser and Hebden Bridge Newsletter West Yorkshire, England

14 Sep 1888

Num lod Lola, did go, leaving it to 'lance wliother thu Cholera slisouvered the fact or not. After the service we loitered iu the ohurchyar I, reading the inscriptions ou the tombstones neer the vestry-door, until Mr. Kolaucame out. Theo Lola, as planned

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury West Yorkshire, England

19 Jun 1905

room where you used to sleep, and talk to you. The smell of the gorse-'bush that surrounds you will still be there. The shoes you first dlanoed in, and the old black skirt—Why. Lola, yon are crying!” Hush, it’s nothing,” she said, trying choke the sobs

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Leeds Times

Leeds Times West Yorkshire, England

22 Aug 1857

frequency of the violent crimes I have alluded to as perpetrated upon members of the priesthood. Lola Montes Lecturing on Female Beauty. —Ladies read this, —Lola has been lecturing in Canada on female beauty ! The lady proceeded to ask where beauty lay ?

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Leeds Times

Leeds Times West Yorkshire, England

1 Jan 1859

man was called bitte i t sour 1 y: Lola Montes in Australia.—Of the Lola Montes, who is now on a lecturing tour in *t A and will address audiences in Leeds and Bradford days, Mr. William Kelly, in his Life in —Lola Montes, after a short preliminary engagem

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Wharfedale & Airedale Observer

Wharfedale & Airedale Observer West Yorkshire, England

25 Jan 1889

state of milt-races. the carriage-drive and gravel paths arc gra , tt witL weeds, the Hewer-beds overrun with sprawling rose-bushes, intermingled with groundsel and sow-thlte le. The damp &puffy limns are unmown and unwept ; the moles have thrown up th-ir

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Todmorden Advertiser and Hebden Bridge Newsletter

Todmorden Advertiser and Hebden Bridge Newsletter West Yorkshire, England

28 Dec 1888

state of wilderness. Th. carriage-drive and gravel paths are green with weeds, the flower-beds overrun with sprawling rose-bushes, intermingled with grounthel and row-thistle. The damp spongy lawn. are manown and unwept ; the moles have I thrown up their

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer West Yorkshire, England

5 Jul 1932

DAILY DISPATCH (Carlton) SPORTING LIFE (Augurl LONDON SPORTING LIFE iMan the Spot) DONNA LOLA r• SPORTING LIFE (Bendigol LONDON FOG DAILY TELEGRAPH (Hotspur) DONNA LOLA F. DAILY SKETCH ■- • •• • AQUILUS MORNING POST LONDON FOei YORKSHIRE POST (Julius)

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury West Yorkshire, England

22 Jun 1905

Belle Lola—your wife, Judith !” Habbert slowly nodded has bead. “My wife Your wife—your wife; what of wife!” roared Halbert. Bhe is nob your wife yet! She never will if you like hhie !” “ Si'lenoe, for pity’s sake,” cried Arthur. “La Belle Lola Judith

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer West Yorkshire, England

17 Oct 1877

'Hawthorn'sdamoolt . 812 'Cariboo filly. 8 1 8 9 'Lady Nelson 8 0 8 8 'Cellini. 713 •Agnes 8 7 'Wild Aggie 7 10 *Bcottle 8 'Lola •Rightabout 8 3 •Abbie 7 •Cornu filly v 8 1 4. o.— The GATESHEAD PLATE (Handicap) of SOTS winner of any race after Got. 10

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Bradford Observer

Bradford Observer West Yorkshire, England

27 Sep 1849

whetW ?? k * on f n^- aerk - »i 8 not known, as yet, whether the Attorney-General will lead the case for the Lola Montes a Nativk or CoßK—Lola Montes Drove to be a native of Cork, if we ?? th foUowin* state ment of the Cork Contention, which is said to

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury West Yorkshire, England

24 Dec 1858

' LOLA MIONIES ON THE COMIC ASPEOT OF FASHION. r in !d id d it id 'U 0, Bt d 'e n -e a .13 Is Li h V e 5 : Madame Montes, Colintess of Lacidafult, delivered -her second lecture at the Rotunda, New York, a few even- * ings ago, having for the subject The

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Leeds Times

Leeds Times West Yorkshire, England

2 Oct 1847

Perth Constitutional. Lola Montes as Countess.—The Journal dcs Debats publishes the following letter, dated Munich, the 13th inst., containing some curious facts relative to the celebrated Lola Monies :-« The Countess of Landsfeld (Lola Montes), previous

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury West Yorkshire, England

6 Nov 1912

THE BIHCH FUR VICE. LADY WINS ACTION FOR SLANDER. SALUTARY SENTFNCES ON EST-EJN'D LOAFERS. AGENT TO PAY. LIGHT ON LONDON LIFE Lola Lee, a music-hall dancer, was the plaintiff in slander action Mr. Justice Darling in the King’s Bench yesterday, when she sued

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Leeds Intelligencer

Leeds Intelligencer West Yorkshire, England

8 Jan 1859

' „t* ; ?? . :i a 1 1- ?? -t. i tucii evening nt .'■ wevk. Madame Lola Moxtkz in Lhds. — On Monday evening next, according to an announcement in oar adver- tising columns, Madame Lola Monies, Countess of Llandsfelt, will deliver ber characteristic ani

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer West Yorkshire, England

25 Jun 1878

yrs— Palmer Mr J. Taylor's King Clovis -£2OO Sandenon Mr J. E. D. Shafto's Aurelia. 4 yrs-£2OO •Mr C. Bush’s Boudoir, 2 yrs—£2oo •MrC. Bush'sßancks, 3yrs-£2OO • •Mr J. B. Cookson's Lismore, 3 yrs—£2oo W. 80 2 35.—The COS FORTH PLATE (Handicap) of 5 aovs

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