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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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The Stage

The Stage London, England

23 Mar 1933

Pigeons, We Three Fellows, Jimmy O'Dea. Dolin and Markova, Donald Stuart, N'aunton Wayne, Hippodrome Girls, Harold and Lola. SHEPHERDS BUSH (re., 12).-- Jack Payne with his Rand, Archie Glen, Lily Moore, Lewis and Lawn, Bud Ritchie, Harry and Marjorie Ristori

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Type: Miscellaneous
West London Observer

West London Observer London, England

9 May 1930

SHEPHERD’S BUSH PAVILION WEEK COMMENCING MAY 12lh. Mon., Tues., Wed. JOSEPH WAGSTAFF LOLA LANE FRANK RICHARDSON MIRTH and ..MELODY.. An All Talking -Singing and Dancing Whirl. IVAN MOSJOUKINE in THE ADJUTANT OF THE CZAR Tburs. to Sunday, MARION DAVIES

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Type: Advertisement
West London Observer

West London Observer London, England

21 May 1926

House and Estate Agents, 53, SHEPHERD'S BUSH VEEN, W. 12, and 102, WILMS GA2DENS, KENSINGTON, W. BENTS CuLLECTED. Mr.SIPT SETTLESIESTS. itecoonneode the f , ,llowier ud6 whole or part mvaloll - SHF-HIERD'S BUSH: 4 rips vacant, 0 let at 14a. p.a. ; good

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Belfast News-Letter

Belfast News-Letter Antrim, Northern Ireland

17 Feb 1908

WeSk. I Last Week. Last year. Dole. Dob. Lola. 1,1W,248.000 1,189,766,000 254,081,000 192,168,000 60.503.000 60,097,000 78,6^0,000 1.132300.000 1,137,383.000 1,057,346,000 66.734.000 67,392,000 53,194,000 313.027,000 814.178.000 268,818,000 283.077,230

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Rugby Advertiser

Rugby Advertiser Warwickshire, England

11 Dec 1909

Picfereei 111 r F W lola-ester. ILT.II DRAWING OFFICE. FOOTBALL EXTKATAOANAL. V SIBOLI. Rraa♦ It r XtrrEAToN teams should hate met at Nuneaton, but the match was put off on &CCOIIUt Of the .tuuw. SCHoOLY . FOOTBALL UNION.—St Matthew's B XV r Murray R

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Western Chronicle

Western Chronicle Somerset, England

25 Dec 1903

ADAME LOLA MONT ISM IVJL SWEET FOR THE 11A1R is the best and most up-to-date prepaiulton. never fads. Vide The Major’s” opinion m Mararice Journal •'To-day.’—Postage paid, ls3>J, 9.1. and bottle.—72 Dean Street, Soho, London, ana Had low. Kent. 14164

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West London Observer

West London Observer London, England

5 Jul 1946

ESTABLISHED A.D. 1855 011 TOWN IdaMON VOL Re James Sao/Lola, deveawl, sad otherr. U L .4 Id IRE WM COMO ObSt Mer COUNTY UM FOR LONDON MIDDLESEX END SURIEY. Independent. Impartial. J. CRAWFURD PUTT FA.L. teatisseer. eltarbral %FMSes Wow emit Fatale Ageat

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Chelmsford Chronicle

Chelmsford Chronicle Essex, England

22 Jun 1945

Francis j LOLA LANE JEWEL ROBBERY MR. CHUMP At 4.56, 7/29. (a) At 3.48, 6.21. . MONDAY, JUNE 25th. FOR SIX DAYS. OLIVIA DE HAVILLAND in GOVERNMENT GIRL- With SONNY TUFTS ANNE SHIRL^V At 3.14, 6.06, 8.58. Also AFRICAN INTEREST FILM MAN THE BUSH Note : This

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Bolton Evening News

Bolton Evening News Greater Manchester, England

15 May 1903

Sne paused if to await an expreesioo Lola’s willingness tell her what wished to know. But the girl made no sign. “Do you object to my asking you •«* «!“«*• time?” I think you should ask them Mra. ViUyers,* answered Lola, claverly. have very freely with her

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The Stage

The Stage London, England

20 Jan 1927

SHEPHERD'S BUSH EMPIRE Leslie Fuller's well-known Margate Ped'lers fill out the whole of the Shepherd's Bush programme this week with an assortment of song, dance, and burlesque, called a revusical show, that is proving very much to the liking of local

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The Stage

The Stage London, England

20 May 1937

TOM GAMBLE >mcdy of Qunlity. Kiss Ma Sergeant. SHEPHERD'S BUSH EMP.; next. CHfjLSEA. 120. Dollis Hill Lane. N.W.2. Tel.: Gladstone 3170. GEORGE WEST House 'Phone (Glasgow); Lang side 3844. FREDDIE FOSS Comediau. 46, Redcllffo Gardens, Sth. Kensington

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Shoreditch Observer

Shoreditch Observer London, England

14 Aug 1909

SHEPHERD'S BUSH EMPIRE The celebrated dancer Odette Valery pays a welcome visit flhepherd’a Bush Empire on Monday next, and will seen in the famous Salome dance, and also as ‘‘Cleopatra *| ,e latter dance concludes with the death of the Egyptian queen

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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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Londonderry Sentinel

Londonderry Sentinel Londonderry, Northern Ireland

12 Dec 1918

PORT BUSH BUILDING OBOUND. mo BB BOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, on lb Premises, MONDAY. DBOEMBEB, 1918, at ONE o’clock p.m., TbL ANDSOF 00RB8T0WN. containing 9 roods, or tbcreabooN, portion wtaloh Is altnato within the Urban District Portrusb, the Properly Mira

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Ross Gazette

Ross Gazette Herefordshire, England

11 Dec 1902

BROOKE ECD'S, Market Square, Stafford Frn BUSH= OVER I ISMAEL Before having the Electric Light Installed in your Premises, apply for Prima to Edwards & Armstrong, 39, Broad-street, HEREFORD, ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS FOR COMPLETE INSTALLATIONS FOR PRIVATE

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Lancashire Evening Post

Lancashire Evening Post Lancashire, England

5 Jun 1918

Managing Director: Mr. EDWIN BUSH. (Tel. 533). 640 TWICE NIGHTLY 8 40. JOHN GREEN’S London Production, The Latest Brilliant Musical Comedy Rerua, “IS IT SAFE?” In Five Scenes. Production by Chaa. Raymond. Exceptional Oast. RENEE REEL GUS OXLEY PAULETTE

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Lancashire Evening Post

Lancashire Evening Post Lancashire, England

13 Jun 1918

amusements. EMPIRE THEATRE. PRESTON. Managing Director: Mr. EDWIN BUSH. (Tel. 533.) 640 TWICE NIGHTLY 8 40. M) 0 LEON presents Miss LOLA CHARM’S Original Musical Comedy Burlesque, “HULLO! BUBBLES”

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Lancashire Evening Post

Lancashire Evening Post Lancashire, England

8 Mar 1918

AMUSEMENTS. EMPIRE THEATRE, PRESTON empire! Managing Director: Mr. EDWIN BUSH. (Tel. 533). EMPIRE! THIS WEEK. 645 TWICE NIGHTLY 90. THIS WEEK The Faroorite *' Millionaire.” Will Collinson’* Burlesque, EMPIRE. tTTTr,.K«. ..T.» RT HOUSE. TOM E. HUGHES

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Larne Times

Larne Times Antrim, Northern Ireland

25 Dec 1920

“Good wine nerds bush.—Shakrspearc, VET TIIT.KE'S No HARM IS EMPHASISING I \< THAT THE BEST CHRISTMAS HEER CAN PE HAD AT JOHN GBAWFORD’S CROSS STREET. LARNE. ALL THE WELL-KNOWN BRANDS IRISH AND SCOTCH WHISKEYS. HENNESSEY'S ♦**, and V.S.O. BRANDY. PORT

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