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THE IRISH ARRESTS.

THE IRISH ARRESTS.

How very ignorant the Ministers the Crown are when it suits their purpose to know nothing. The other day we commented on the density displayed by the Attorney-General ; yesterday the Irish Secretary and the Home Secretary for England adopted similar tactics, and because it suite
13 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Eating a Cheque to Destroy Evidence of Guilt.

Eating a Cheque to Destroy Evidence of Guilt.

Eating Cheque to Destroy Evidence of Guilt. Alfred Preston, described as traveller ff « charged yesterday, at the Guildhall Pohce cheque-book, the property of Geoi? Becker mission agent. He was urther° S forging and uttering cheaue for fir to be signed, J. Summonekfwith and defra
13 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Careless Miners.

Careless Miners.

At Nuneaton Petty Sessions yesterday Richard Gunn, miner, Stockingford, and Samuel Darlison, junr., miner, Collycroft, were summoned by the Griff Colliery Company for violating rule 12a of the colliery, by storing cartridges in the mine on Jan. 21st.—Defendants did not appear, b
13 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Queen Natalie and the Servian Regents.

Queen Natalie and the Servian Regents.

It is said that the Servian Premier has made up his mind to expel Queen Natalio from Servia. It is probable, however, that somewhat less severe course will be taken. The Queen's aunt, the Princess Murussi, is lying dangerously ill Roumania, and in the event of her dying her niec
11 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
The Devonport Court Martial.

The Devonport Court Martial.

The court martial on the lieutenant of the Pinboat Plucky was continued at Devonport 'O-day, when the fishermen gave further evidence erratic firing.
25 November 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 

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A Chilian Minister Shot.

A Chilian Minister Shot.

A Central News telegram, dated New York, Wednesday, says a despatch from Chili announces that Senor Concha, Minister of Justice Under Balmaceda, has been shot while attempting escape through a pass the Cordileras Mountains into the Argentine Republic.
25 November 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Escape of a Prisoner.

Escape of a Prisoner.

John Brown, of Sheffield, charged with burglary *ud assaulting a policeman, escaped from Pontefract Police Station last night.
25 November 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Rescued from a Lunatic Asylum.

Rescued from a Lunatic Asylum.

An account is given by the Petit Journal of the carrying off of a young lady named Dourches from the lunatic asylum at Villejuif, in the environs of Paris. Fourteen keepers were escorting of the inmates to attend Mass last Sunday morning, when they were attacked by four men, one
25 November 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Notice of Removal. W. GRANT, PLUMBER, GLAZIER, Decorator, &c., 85, STONEY STANTON ROAD, Next to St. Mark's School). All Kinds

Notice of Removal. W. GRANT, PLUMBER, GLAZIER, Decorator, &c., 85, STONEY STANTON ROAD, Next to St. Mark's School). All Kinds

of Repairs Executed. Beer Engines Fixed and Repaired. 1,000 ONE GALLON BOTTLES HOLBROOK'S PICKLED ONIONS. 2s. 3d. EACH CAFFELLE BROS. NEW SEASON'S OATMEAL JUST TO HAND PRIME CONDITION. 32, SMITHFORD STREET, AND CROSS CHEAPING, COVENTRY. nnOWLE'S Pennyilotal and Steel Pills cob F
25 November 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
fire occurred on Saturday Joinery Works, Heywood, Lancashire, doing damage e?ii> mated £12,000; Ou Sunday afternoon two little girls named

fire occurred on Saturday Joinery Works, Heywood, Lancashire, doing damage e?ii> mated £12,000; Ou Sunday afternoon two little girls named

Ramsden and Bleaedale were killed ou Midland Railway at Lancaster, they having, with othei children, got upon the embankment for the purpose of iratherimr flowers. Jack (backward his grammar) " Papa what part of speech is woman:" Papa (fresh from « verbal with mamma, iv which, o
15 June 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England