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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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Globe

Globe London, England

20 Jan 1881

S. GATTL—THIS EVENING, S.O, THE GREEN BUSHES. Mr. Henry Nerille; Messrs. Compton, Pateman, Proctor, and Shiel Barry; Bateman, Moodie, Jerlcs. Le Thiere, Barry, Foote. 7.16. THE ILLUSTRIOUS STRANGER. OLYIMPIC —LOLA.—“ Legitimate Success. —Globe- THIS EVENING

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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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Bristol Mirror

Bristol Mirror Bristol, England

2 Dec 1826

ROYAL AND UNIVSBSAD COACH OFFICE, BUSH TAVERN AND JACK’s COFFEE HOUSE, CORN STREET, BRISTOL. THE Public are mpcctfully infonneid that ihe followinsj ROYAL MAII-S and POST COACHES leave Che ahore Inn:— r.OfITZIOIT. ) Mail, in IShoara, every Afternoon,

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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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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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West London Observer

West London Observer London, England

21 Jul 1905

SHEPHERD’S BUSH. PBEVHOI D GROUND BENTS, amountlag £W per aanom aeenred upon No*. 118, 120, and 12J, ASKEW BOAD, Noe 1 21 (cvld). No. 28, Noa. to (ereo). PABB ROAD, ShTAOB. and MEW 9. BOAD. No. 84, RYLEfT ROAD, 1 and 8. WENbkLL OOLDHAWK AD. In oeonpatko

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West London Observer

West London Observer London, England

30 Aug 1912

SHEPHERD’S BUSH EXPIRE Th« racceas tho mwalitr pl»y. * ih.'rybody. printed at thin hanooomo theatre on Monday. ahow» that the rise of the modem •ketch, with it* rush of general opto-datenea*. ha* not dolled, the public’* appreciation of clear, atronff

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Winsford & Middlewich Guardian

Winsford & Middlewich Guardian Cheshire, England

21 Jan 1899

BUSH WIT AND HUMOUR. LECTURE IT TI. AT awoke lir. Moat* &UMW Imam T los • poll Wag Wawa,. it Oft if. • lung Waw* Yaw pardons OM dream. Oa.. imam. aia. w..w wow\ dmsdrl bed bed or tide dr Odd . *at T. lAA proved. did Imo dry di.* mod to dad dog Ida d midday

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph South Yorkshire, England

16 May 1893

[fBS, BARBER. EASffIGS BY WILLIAM BUSH & SON. THIS PAY. li JIB Wit CHAPMAN. ATTEKCUFFE, DECEASED. POWERFUL CART HORSES, FIVE CARTS. 11 SETS HARNESS. Ao.. will be bOLD DAY. At 12 o’clock, at Hie He; o«itory. Castle Hill KICBOLSOS, OKKAV'CS, DARKER and

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Derbyshire Courier

Derbyshire Courier Derbyshire, England

8 Mar 1845

Mustard, p«r bush. ' Lite &• Canary per qr. io New Red Cinque Fuin, 3'» 40 I refuil Rye Grass 24 Carraway, 6« Vares, New 48 64 Coriander 18 li* Old . 36 J8 Rape Cakes, English, per Linseed, 46 t„n Io‘i l»'6 Sowing . . Foreign, ditto <) I,ins. Eng.HKO

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The Sportsman

The Sportsman London, England

24 Jan 1881

THE GREEN BUSHES.— KVfcRV KVKNINO. odnrk. win be per. AdaMii dnua, THE GREEN BTHHES, wbtcb Sir Henry Neville, Mr K. CoHptor, Mr R. Entcman, Sir H. Proctor, and Mr Mbiel Barry; Min BelU Pateman. tnnlM Mm* dan Jeeke. Mias Thicra, and Mlm Lydia Foote appear

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph South Yorkshire, England

17 Nov 1891

OF RAILWAY STOCKS AND O SHARES IN tiEORQK WOSTRNMOLM AND BON Meeat*. »ILLIAM BUSH and SON wUI oiler lor SALE AUCTION, at their Mart. Ka-t parade, SbetfeW. on TUESDAY. 34th November IbSl, at 4 o’clock in the Afternoon, the followi g STOCKS and SHAKES £3DJ

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Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald

Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald Derbyshire, England

11 Apr 1885

■tfbtfr* «• “>• ®«?i T o I>B DBOHFIELD. DEB BYSHIRK. rBE SOLD by AUCTION Meeare W. BUSH at Mart, Eaat Parade, Sheffield. On TUE3DAT. the 14th April. Ifi.’S, At fow e’olock in the a/ternon, Coo* ditione of Bala and ia aaoh Lot or L)t« may then determined

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent South Yorkshire, England

9 Jun 1906

Salts btt Milliam Bush dr Sons* Salts btt fHcssrs. 58- IP* ■n& !• 3- Sabon. ELIZABETH rpo b© SOLD AUCTION, hx Most m W. H. -*• J. A. tAUON. Eu Jamf* » Tl ESI-A V. .ißnf i.Hh, I'O-,. at pr.l Incorporaud

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Hackney and Kingsland Gazette

Hackney and Kingsland Gazette London, England

21 Jul 1884

BUSH HILL PARK.—An attractive and charmingly situ, Freehold Residence known Roeo Bank, red brick, standing in Its own grounds, with kitchen and flower garden, conservatory, summerhouse, cucumber house, tool and potting house, Ac. Baumated rental of 951

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Winsford & Middlewich Guardian

Winsford & Middlewich Guardian Cheshire, England

7 Sep 1901

TUE VOICE UV A NIT, NAVY ,uepre AM) VOLUNIIIEN MEM& to attend tl • terhite. .bush could .tele tail to pro. Tier till holm •• Nooeleo• duce tve.to-tou, end all a. Old tired. 111 a name la Y. Ito etruette pireedeuro. 1., 00 Moir*, at Wm.., and the

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Daily Telegraph & Courier (London)

Daily Telegraph & Courier (London) London, England

13 Oct 1887

seen some weeks this bygone mason. Why sheeM not • little more attention be In lure cd bushes and tree, and might be eolubinsal, and when our Oa Unavoidably bare summer=W i wi& MI put beck for • space tfis days et When by • littls judicious onager sec

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Type: Article
The Era

The Era London, England

12 Nov 1910

EMPIRE THEATRE, BRADFORD. EMPIRE. SHEPHERD'S BUSH. Rehearsal 2 p.m. for Fanny Fietda, Carl and Carr, llardinl Trio, anti Calvert, W. Kullbrook and Co.. Tom Parker, Trio. Bioscope, Japs. Rehearsal at 11 m. for EMPIRE, SWARBEA. Rehearsal at 3 p.m. (or Hetty

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Type: Article
Inverness Courier

Inverness Courier Inverness-shire, Scotland

16 Jan 1851

The Dolce of Cambridge's new military frock-coat of scarlet, instead of blue, as heretofore. Charooal, placed around rose bushes and other flowers, has the effect of adding greatly to the richness of the flower. Adding Insult to Injuby —The tax-gatherer

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Type: Miscellaneous