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Limerick Chronicle

Limerick Chronicle Limerick, Republic of Ireland

9 Feb 1861

DEATH OP LOLA. MONTEZ. The New York Herald announces the death in that city, on the 17th January, after a long and severe illness, of the celebrated Lola *Mkt- Sue war quietly interred on the 19th. Lola Kontos wu of Irish sad afeeriah-Spanieh aeoent.

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Lloyd's List

Lloyd's List London, England

28 Nov 1883

28 29 HATAHZ4B tailed Lola, Sabatw, Barcelona Salvador (a) fWov Ponce Auterlltz (a). Cowia Vilaaar,Villa[Movtg]Baealaia MATAGUBZ —P.B. sailed [Bor 23] Belize Coogoo, Smith [lB] Salvador (a) [Bov 7] COLOH arrived Noahka.iVatab, UstdlUngdom Cape

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West London Observer

West London Observer London, England

31 Jan 1936

Managers, 271, UXBRIDGE ROAD,W.I2 At_,)rricr of A,ke, Telephone SHEaherd'• Bush 4044. Also at 170, High Street, Acton, W. 3 ESTATE MANAGEMENT Re a eper ial ,rg.in'..nlon fur ch./lola n•th the colleetton of rents and management of all classes of propert on

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Surrey Comet

Surrey Comet London, England

1 Jun 1907

motion was then adopted unanimously. MADAME LOLA.” Injunction Granted Agnlntt Klngcton A Matter of Adwcrtlelng. In ftlw Chancery Diririen on TuoiHny, Mr. Justice Warrington hoard a motion In action of Lola Limited, of Dorcr-stroot, Piccadilly, ▼. John

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West London Observer

West London Observer London, England

29 Jun 1917

ta, The Imish Gipsies (Chas. Vincent, Mus. Oxon.).—lntroduction and Chorus Solos (Lola and Ines) Of Spain we ;Beat (Lola) Ti. well with : Chorus with Solo (Lola) Soft as Music; Chorus The Noontide Choral Recit. Here come the kw; Merit . and

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North Devon Gazette

North Devon Gazette Devon, England

24 Jul 1906

S/- month assures 10/- a week to workers an, tiade with many other valuable Additional Agents anted. nept. Monarcn Building, Bush lame. Loudon, K.C. OS? *kS o/rrerydesenptlon purcliased tor Cash. H B. Sosa. It 1. Ig.nilieth Walk. London.. London Zoological

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The Era

The Era London, England

9 Dec 1905

appears the character of adventuress of type with which previous dramas have mode us familiar. first make the acquaintance of Lola Selby in Africa, where she is living with Guy Logan, who is also bad lot. She makes the acquaintance of Jack Merton, a young

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Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser

Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser Kent, England

30 Jun 1906

fourteen years. As Bruce and Lola stood at the door. the blind was drawn hack from one of the ground-floor windows, and the figure of a man stood out against the lamplight behind. . There's a stranger in the dining-room,' said Lola. wonder who it is. - And

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Tamworth Herald

Tamworth Herald Staffordshire, England

14 Sep 1889

THE HERALD* SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1889 Pi bushed Special Abbanoemebt.] CRADLED IJS A STORM: STORY GAUNCUESrRB RAUQU. THEODORE A. THARP, The Sword Damocles,'' etc., etc I saw son lay lower ;>• i, woke I you been id any tiling moving suddenly sitting up

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Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

18 Dec 1958

draasea a can be said to please them. This fijavPy-pndded baseball outfit Is Mm that will have every- aS maMu^ thing dear old Lola Montes, DIRK BOOARDI Wagner. Chopin. Berlins, Men- . .. (7 delssohn. George Sand. Mad younger In the Mm. I don't li » King

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Burnley Express

Burnley Express Lancashire, England

24 Jan 1931

stopped and listened, and then she heard footsteps coming towards her. Suddenly, frbm behind the bushes, girl came running towards her. The girl stopped, and Lola said: Why, is Tresfta. What is the matter? Treasa said: have been an errand the village

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Daily Telegraph & Courier (London)

Daily Telegraph & Courier (London) London, England

17 Jan 1881

Ban-rolt; ar ■ • «r*y. Me.. »awulnae, aud Mrs. Uaneroil. \S.vS V■ FACES, jui original comedy, written •. *• “* * DKl.l’H!.- BUSHES.-linmer)B« > »-o. ill.i* ar. >A Adelabl drauut. I’HIS KVKMMi. 1 - 1111 KLaa f-UKS. catt View article

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The Halesworth Times and East Suffolk Advertiser.

The Halesworth Times and East Suffolk Advertiser Suffolk, England

1 Sep 1857

one-fourth of its present size. At the back of the court-house end gaol you then came upon the bush parklike land through which the passenger threaded bis way among bush tracks between trees; one has now to go boyond that before even the centre of the town is

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Nottingham Evening Post

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England

31 Aug 1932

0 ARCHED (8-1), Arcade— Pomsan. With 8-13 (H. Wragg) Bth 9 to Cinnabar (9-5) at Redcar (6f) Aug 13. Good going. 2 2 DOi'NA LOLA F (8-0). Erizo. Carried 8-11 (Bearv) when beaten 3 lengths by Strela (8-11) at Stockton (of) Aug 17, with Picotee (8-6) li

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West London Observer

West London Observer London, England

6 Nov 1936

21a.; &so large 2-roomed Lit. 14s. 6d.—e, Richmond Gardens. close Shepherd's Bush Station. 25 A LARGE front mom and kitchenette; reason. able.-65, Aldbourme Road, Shepherd's Bush. 23 A LARGE room (sink, molter on landing), a-. Wit (feYPer). Eft. 64. including

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West London Observer

West London Observer London, England

13 Jan 1933

/4 800, Fulham Road, S. W. 6. J. & N. SPURLING Estate Agents and Surveyors, 73 THE LAWN, SHEPHERD'S BUSH 'Phone: SHEpherd's Bush 2696. SHEPHERD'S BUSH.—A very mop villa residence situate just oft Go'attest Road, baring 10 rooms, bathroom and lavatory

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Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

18 May 1914

ATHEß BOLDER. ! down Polygamist led from Lola. High and Dry. A maty Selling PIate—D&SKSPOIR. Recondite. Pan Claire, and Potency, with last. PTRR WM ,rttle ctonge in pnatihia* until quarter Zetland Stokes-BUSH FIKK , mjle Rt4j Pblygamlat. PIate—AMOROSEATE

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Cheltenham Mercury

Cheltenham Mercury Gloucestershire, England

23 Apr 1859

must have felt inclined teeny?—»wi >l. . ■ -km “Pray, Lola, please to moderate The rancour of your tongue; Baetentber, when the Judgments weak, The prejudice rtrong. The exaggeration Madame Lola Montes waa beyond everything I ever heard; no language

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Illustrated London News

Illustrated London News London, England

16 Oct 1847

more common-place targets, there are also others, in the shape of stags, which move by machinery, backwards and forwards, in a bush; and to him who shoots through a heart, painted on the centre of the stag, his success is announced by loud explosion and a

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Illustrated London News

Illustrated London News London, England

22 Oct 1887

the neighbouring parson and her playmate from childhood, but much disliked General Grutwell. She has also a French governess, Lola Touche, who has accompanied her from a school at Paris. Athol enters the Army, and goes to india. The General has now a mysterious

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