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THE VOICE OF THE LABOURER

THE VOICE OF THE LABOURER

THE Subgraph. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11th, 1891. The voice of the labourer is heard in the land. It speaks in unmistakable language. The present condition of things, it declares, is not satisfactory ; but it goes further and asks for what the labourer wants. First of all, and perhaps
11 December 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Coventry County Police.

Coventry County Police.

County Hall, Coventry, This Day. Before E. and J. Rotherham, Esqrs., and Col. Caldicott. annoyances on the tram. Several summonses were brought against persons for bad conduct in the trams on Sunday, Mr. Wilks appearing for the tramway company. John Shakespeare, Much Park Street
11 December 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
The Recent Storms.

The Recent Storms.

Owing to heavy rain the Severn has overflowed Montgomeryshire causing serious floods. Much land in Merionethshire and Carnarvon is also under water. A furious gale has blown throughout the night in the Irish Channel. Several vessels have put into Holyhead for shelter. Considerab
11 December 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Labourers in London.

Labourers in London.

SPEECHES WARWICKSHIRE REPRESENTATIVES. A remai kable conference was held on Thursday in the Memorial Hall, Farringdon Street, Lorfdon, for the purpose of considering necessary reforms for the improvement of the conditions of life in rural districts. Between four and five hundred
11 December 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
ROBBED OF A CRIME: OR, LADY ELGAR'S CHILD.

ROBBED OF A CRIME: OR, LADY ELGAR'S CHILD.

ROBBED OF CRIME: OR, LADY ELGAR'S CHILD. Chapter l, thella's chamber. A silent and sinister scene was being enacted ia Thella's bed-chamber. Without, slowly rising storm had blackened the midnight sky with threatening clouds. Within, its chill, mysterious gloom had penetrated the
11 December 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
J. HARPER & SON, 23, Smithford St., (Opposite General Post Office) PAPERHANGINGS Largest Stock and Selection in the City. Glass,

J. HARPER & SON, 23, Smithford St., (Opposite General Post Office) PAPERHANGINGS Largest Stock and Selection in the City. Glass,

Lead, Oil, and Colour Warehouse, Every Trade Requisite. FOR SALE Pianos, Organs, and Harmoniums. For Cash or on the Hire Purchase System oy Monthly or Quarterly Payments. A Large Stock of NEW AND SECOND-HAND INSTRUMENTS To choose from by all the best makers, from Six Guineas to
11 December 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
WEST'S POUND, MADEIRA, LUNCH, SEED, COCOA NUT, SPONGE, DUCHESS SULTANA CHEERY, &c, are always good. SIXPENCE AND ONE SHILLING EACH.

WEST'S POUND, MADEIRA, LUNCH, SEED, COCOA NUT, SPONGE, DUCHESS SULTANA CHEERY, &c, are always good. SIXPENCE AND ONE SHILLING EACH.

CAKES. CROSS CHEAPING, COVENTRY. JjILOWER AND gON'S STRATFORD -ON - AVON ALES AND STOUT. Per Per Per Per Mark. Gal. Fir" Kil. Bar A Light Ale, suitable tor ordinary table use... Sd. 6/ ia/- AX Specially brewed, light and sparkling; recommended tor family use lod. 7,6 is/- 30/ A
11 December 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
GORGONZOLA (Finest Blue), lOd. ; ripe Stiltons (blue), Is.; Somerset Cheddars, Bd.; grand old Warwick cheese, 9d. per lb.; prime

GORGONZOLA (Finest Blue), lOd. ; ripe Stiltons (blue), Is.; Somerset Cheddars, Bd.; grand old Warwick cheese, 9d. per lb.; prime

home-cured and Wiltshire hams and bacons, Danish, Irish and fresh butter and eggs, Cambridge sausage, &c, &o. —Poole The West End Stores, and Earlsdon. AUNDRY Glazing Secret.—Cuffs, collars and fronts, like white China ; nothing used in the starch ; no polishing irons ; particul
11 December 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
An Actor's Bankruptcy.

An Actor's Bankruptcy.

The creditors of Mr. J. L. Shine, the actor, resolved to-day to wind up the estate in bankruptcy. The claims include one for £200 for alimony in respect to divorce proceedings still pending.
27 August 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
The Condition of Mr. Spurgeon.

The Condition of Mr. Spurgeon.

_ To-day's bulletin says that Mr, Spurgeon continues much the same. The amount of nourishment taken is so little that his strength is not well maintained. Death of the Rev. Andrew Ramsey. The Rev. Andrew Ramsey, vicar of St. Botolph, Lincoln, has died at Dorking from heart disea
27 August 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England