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Jottings from the Capital.

Jottings from the Capital.

(ExTRACT 3 FROM LONDON CORRESPONDENCE, &C.) London, Sunday Night. An exhibition of minor inventions and novelties, but chiefly of sewing-machines and cycles, has been opened at the Royal Aquarium, under the active superintendence of Mr. W. McWilliam. The show attracted a large a
13 April 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Failure of a Brewery Agent.

Failure of a Brewery Agent.

Joseph William Meakin, brewery agent not Villas, Foleshffl, attended the first meeting of re mornin t the offices of Mr , .' receiver, Coventry. Mr Hughes (Hughes and Masser) was present on behalf the debtor. There was considerable discussion between the Official Receiver and th
13 April 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
WINTER AND ROUGH WEATHER.

WINTER AND ROUGH WEATHER.

THE MONDAY, MAY 18th, 1891 would not have been surprising, nor out of place as far as the physical conditions were concerned, if people had gone about this morning wishing one another "A Merry Christmas." But for the symptoms yesterday, and the prevailing condition of things las
18 May 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Narrow Escape of the " Flying Dutchman."

Narrow Escape of the " Flying Dutchman."

The Great Western express, known as the "Flying Dutchman," had a narrow escape while running through cutting between Twyford and Reading on Saturday. The driver, noticing that the engine did not travel with its usual ease, took the train slowly into Reading Station. On examining
18 May 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Irish National League.

Irish National League.

ITS OPINION OF MR. PARNELL. The annual convention of tbe Irish National league of Great Britain was held at Newcastle•fc-Tyne to-day. Four hundred branches were directly represented, and sixty-eight others ex- Passed adherence to the majority. Mr. J. F Hicks O'Brien, M.P., presi
18 May 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 

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The Welsh Mystery.

The Welsh Mystery.

Duncan still lies at the Benar View Hotel, dying state. On Saturday three medical men were in attendance, dition was slightly worse than y - be little short of a miracle if ers n Saturday the unfortunate lady i 7 asked ber mother, who is now on to Lolwyddelan, but is not expecte
18 May 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

BIRMINGHAM WHOLESALE FRUIT AND VEGETABLE, Saturday. Oranges, 3s. to s s. per 100 : lemons s. 6s. per ; walnuts (dry), as 6d. per lalb. ; Barcelona nuts, 6d. per i2lbs. ; Spanish nuts, 2s. to is. 6d. per i2lb. ; Brazil nuts, 3 s. tc 4 s. per ulbs. ; cocoa nuts, is. &L toas. per d
18 May 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
G. H. 3, Street, Coventry FOR SPECIAL CYCLING SHIRTS WITH LACED FRONTS, 8/6, 10/6, * D CAPS, i/6, i/ii. Accident

G. H. 3, Street, Coventry FOR SPECIAL CYCLING SHIRTS WITH LACED FRONTS, 8/6, 10/6, * D CAPS, i/6, i/ii. Accident

in Coventry. Any PERSONS who witnessed an accident in Broad Gate, Coventry (opposite the Coffee House), about nine o'clock on the night of December 23rd, 1890. when old gentleman was knocked down and severely iniured by a Publican's Cart wdl greatly oblige by communicating once
18 May 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
The "End of the World."

The "End of the World."

Dalziel's Agency, dating from Sarnia (Ontario), November 11. states: The members of a religious sect known " Israelites " are preparing to migrate to England, being possessed with the idea that the world will shortly come to an end, and that England is the proper place to be in
12 November 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Coventry City Police Court.

Coventry City Police Court.

THIS DAY. H. Matterson, J. E. Banks, and J. Bill sqs., attended, but there was no public business before the court.
25 November 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England