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EMPIRE THEATRE

EMPIRE THEATRE

Continuous Performance: Monday to Friday from SAO. Saturdays SA & S.M. Matinees: Monday, Thursday, Saturday, at 1 o'clock.
22 July 1927 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Sunday Chronicle On sale evevwhere-Price2D

Sunday Chronicle On sale evevwhere-Price2D

BUY F LYPIC mcAun It is cheapest 10 oz. for 2/. (metaass. recant The Strongest Solution made 5 uccessfully Sold tor Four Or direct from Withy Grove, Manchester, or 200, Grey's Ina Rest Loading. W.CI.
22 July 1927 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
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Years

Claims Proved ' By Actual Testimonials Complete Satisfaction or Money Returned All British BUILDERS PLUMBERS Highest Lowest Efficiency GEYSERS!. Price Comer, District Areat:—T. S. WATSON, 9, Cops St., timer?. I. To Ott. 2. Prelim O. Promo& I. lards Mr•' f. A S. O. • eo. Pull of
22 July 1927 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
PINKEITES

PINKEITES

Pinkettes keep you in perfect health because they clear the system of all waste matter and induce regular habits—so essential to health and happiness. Pinkettes regulate the liver and promote digestion. They act mildly yet thoroughly, and do not gripe or pain. Pinkettes can be c
22 September 1927 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
IOOTB.&LL RI ULTB. FIRST LKAOCR. Tottenham Hotspur I, Leicester City 1. MIDLAND LEAGUN. Notts County Res 3, Grimsby T. Ras.

IOOTB.&LL RI ULTB. FIRST LKAOCR. Tottenham Hotspur I, Leicester City 1. MIDLAND LEAGUN. Notts County Res 3, Grimsby T. Ras.

3. LONDON COMBINATION. Dinka= Res. 3, Clayton Orient Res. 1. COVENTRY THURSDAY FOOTBALL. Coop. 3, Stoke 2. RUGBY UNION. Newport apts., New South Wales !Opts. OOLF • SLIM TOIRNAMENT. Cowinitcn ',eat Williams= by sad L
22 September 1927 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 

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22 September 1927 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
NEWS IN BRIEF. Items of Interest From All Parts. Arthur Squires, signalman at Orgreave Darnall, Sheffield. was found dead on

NEWS IN BRIEF. Items of Interest From All Parts. Arthur Squires, signalman at Orgreave Darnall, Sheffield. was found dead on

the railway line early this morning. He had been knocked down' by a train in the dense fog which prevailed. Queen Maud of Norway, sister of King George, accompanied by her son, Prince Olaf. strived at Newcastle by steamer frotu Norway this morning, and motored to Appleton House,
10 October 1927 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
A Modern Sculptor.

A Modern Sculptor.

EPSTEIN'S WORKS IN BIRMINGHAM Many controversies on the sculptural work of Jacob Epstein have agitated the pnhlie mind in reennt years. but moot people in the provinces have, of necessity. drawn their knowledge of the merits anti demerits of his work front second-hand aequaintan
9 November 1927 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
NEW MINCEMEAT

NEW MINCEMEAT

Size 1, in glass 7ld. ,jars, each - - 2 Size 2, in glass 4 in jars, each - - 2 Size 3, in glass 1/81 jars, each - 2 A 4 I Xmas is not Xmas without a good supply of Holly, Mistletoe, Nuts and Fruit. Come to the Co-op for them. Nowhere else will you find such a multitude of good t
15 December 1927 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
SCOUTMASTER SENT TO PENAL

SCOUTMASTER SENT TO PENAL

SERVITUDE Arthur Roland Knight was sentenced to three years' penal servitude, at Sirminzhain Assizes, today for enote against boys. Accused was Scoutmaster in charge of a troop connected with St. Mary's Church, Aston,•and during lye hearing the question arose to an alleged admi.
15 December 1927 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England