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TO-DAY'S SPOTTING- XHvVS.

TO-DAY'S SPOTTING- XHvVS.

NEWMARKET MEETING. dull and cold m suc~e<?d.'d wet night in Newmarket, and at no period of the forenoon did it appear likely that a repetition previous beautiful wea'her would be enjoyed on the concluding afternoon of the Craven Meeting. At half-past twelve rain asain commenced
18 April 1895 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
OPERA HOUSE, COVENTRY. GREAT ATTRACTION FOR EASTER HOLIDAYS. and during Easter week, Important Engagement of Miss MINA LEGH And Company

OPERA HOUSE, COVENTRY. GREAT ATTRACTION FOR EASTER HOLIDAYS. and during Easter week, Important Engagement of Miss MINA LEGH And Company

in Sabdou's Celebrated Play, "LA TOSCA." Prices as usual. Commences 7.45. ON MONDAY NEXT, L "ALONE IN LONDON." th all the Original Scenic Effects. EMPIRE THEATRE OF frXT VARIETIES. ENORMOUS ATTRACTION FOR EASTER HOLIDAYS ! " oduction of the Great United Service Musical Spectacle
18 April 1895 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
DO NOT BE DECEIVED The only genuine and original BAILEY'S Gout & Rheumatic PILLS Which are the only certain cure

DO NOT BE DECEIVED The only genuine and original BAILEY'S Gout & Rheumatic PILLS Which are the only certain cure

for Gout, matism, Sciatica, Lumbago, Pains in the Back and Limbs, Neuralgia, and Faceache. Sold in boxes, 1/14 and each. ABE ONLY MANUfactured and sold by the original proprietor- Thomas Bailey, At the only address, SILVER STREET, COVENTRY. N.B. —Be sure that each box bears the
18 April 1895 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
THE FIRE AT A COAL MINE.

THE FIRE AT A COAL MINE.

TELEGRAPH, 4th 645 LATEST NEW8. FLAMES EXTINGUISHED. A Central News telegram from Berlin' to day, says the fire in the Silesian coalpit has been extinguished. 2S men were killed 31 injured. The remainder are being rescued.
12 June 1895 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
IN PARLIAMENT.

IN PARLIAMENT.

THE GOVERNMENT AND THE PEERS In the House of Commons Sir W. Harcourt yeßterday replied in the affirmative to a question whether the Government proposed this session to submit resolution relative to the House of Lords. He further stated that his motion tomorrow relative to the di
12 June 1895 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
_STPETTON-ON-DUNSMORE. Cyclists Visitors to this delightful Villan will find every Accomodation and Attention the SHOULDER OF MUTTON INN. Parties Catered

_STPETTON-ON-DUNSMORE. Cyclists Visitors to this delightful Villan will find every Accomodation and Attention the SHOULDER OF MUTTON INN. Parties Catered

for. Choice Ales. Wines, Spirits, Cigars. Fine Bottled Ales and Stout. Ppoprietor WILLIAM WARD KNOWLE. THE WHITE SWAN HOTEK~ T. SHAW Proprietor Cyclists' are specially accommodated Picnic and Private Partieß cat?red for, splendid field for Sports Leamington Ales and Stout fine c
12 June 1895 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
SUICIDE OF A BARON.

SUICIDE OF A BARON.

A ANOTHER HOTEL TRAGEDY. Long's Hotel, New Bond Street, London, "aron De Nolde found shot dead in his ne deceased, whose age was about 45 - is stated to be of German extraction, but believed to have had some connection with Russian and Taiki-h Governments. He had C? B, aying at
12 March 1895 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
The Medical Annual advises practitioners to remember that when recommending Cocoa as a food and beverage for invalids, the name

The Medical Annual advises practitioners to remember that when recommending Cocoa as a food and beverage for invalids, the name

on any paoket Cocoa guarantee of purity.
12 March 1895 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

RUGBY CATTLE, Monday.—Best beei.?d per lb ; cows, to per lb ; veai, 8d to ; mutton, to per lb ; porket pus, 8s od to gs per score; bacon pigs, 7s 6d to 8s per scoie. CORK BUTTER, Monday—Seconds, BSs; thirds, 6zs; fourths, 48s. Mild-cured firkins: Fine, 91s; mild, ;6s. BIRMINGHAM
12 March 1895 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
SALES BY AUCTION. HOLLYBERRY END FARM, MERIDEN. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION BY J. Staite & Sons, On SATURDAY. March

SALES BY AUCTION. HOLLYBERRY END FARM, MERIDEN. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION BY J. Staite & Sons, On SATURDAY. March

16th, direction of the Executors of the late Mr. B. Truelove, 43 HEAD OF WELL-BRED CATTLE, 160 SHROPSHIRE EWES AND TEGS, YOUNG CART AND NAG HOrtsES, PIGS, POULTRY, and a General Assortment of IMPLEMENTS, DAIRY UTENSILS, FURNITURE, Ac, Sale at one o'clock exact time. The above is
12 March 1895 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England