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QUEEN'S HEAD HOTEL. CHURCH STREET, NUNEATON CYCLISTS AND VISITORS will find eveTy accommodation. Dinners and Teas reasonable term* A large

QUEEN'S HEAD HOTEL. CHURCH STREET, NUNEATON CYCLISTS AND VISITORS will find eveTy accommodation. Dinners and Teas reasonable term* A large

clnb room to be let for friendly societies, etc. Good Stabling and Draw-in-in Yard. Headquarters of the Nuneaton and District Fanciers' Association. Proprietor G. H. TAYLOR.
8 August 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
C. 11. PRICE AND SONS ,if THE GREAT MIDLAND HOUSE FURNISHERS, HILL STREET. BIRMINGHAM; Over 60 Years' Genuine Reputation. FOR

C. 11. PRICE AND SONS ,if THE GREAT MIDLAND HOUSE FURNISHERS, HILL STREET. BIRMINGHAM; Over 60 Years' Genuine Reputation. FOR

MAKING SOUND GOODS FOP. THE LEADING TRADERS OF BIRMINGHAM AND DISTRICT. RETAIL BUYERS ARE NOW PLACED ON THE SAME FOOTING, AND HAVE SPLENDID STOCK TO SELECT FROM. WE FURNISH A HOUSE THROUGHOUT FOR £10, £20, £30, £47, £80, £95, £10,000. SPECIALITIES.—DINING ROOM SUITES, 9 PIECES,
8 August 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
HERBERT MARSHALL. RELIABLE PIANOS! ORGANS! i AWARDED 4 GOLD MEDALS FOR EXCELLENCE OF TONE AND TOUCH. SKILFUL AND WORKMANSHIP, QUALITY

HERBERT MARSHALL. RELIABLE PIANOS! ORGANS! i AWARDED 4 GOLD MEDALS FOR EXCELLENCE OF TONE AND TOUCH. SKILFUL AND WORKMANSHIP, QUALITY

OF MATERIALS AND BEST VALUE. Pianos 11/- per Organs 5/- per Month. ! J- HERBERT MARSHALL'S i NEW HIRE SYSTEM IS FAIR AND EQUITABLE. GREATEST ADVANTAGES ABSOLUTELY LOWEST PRICES. CASH OR HIRE SYSTEM. IMMENSE STOCK, BY BEST ENGLISH AND FOREIGN MAKERS. I CROSS COVENTRY. \ THE GREAT
8 January 1901 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
STRATFORD-ON-AVON—Continued. PLYMOUTH ARMS. W. SEiju.uu.ti CYCLISTS and VISITORS will find every Accommodation. Dinners and Teas provided on shortest notice. Well-aired

STRATFORD-ON-AVON—Continued. PLYMOUTH ARMS. W. SEiju.uu.ti CYCLISTS and VISITORS will find every Accommodation. Dinners and Teas provided on shortest notice. Well-aired

>eds. Wiaes, Ales, and Spirits of the Best Qualify. Horses and Carriages every description for hire. Good Stabling. PRINCE OF WALES BOTHER STREET. TFORD ON-AVON. A. TOOKEY Proprietor. Visitors and Cyclists will find food accommodation. Large and small parties catered for on reas
8 January 1901 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
TO-DAY'S SPORTING NEWS

TO-DAY'S SPORTING NEWS

This *pace is reserved for news received after going to Press. BANDOWN MEETING. t.O _ A SELLING HANDICAP HURDLE RACE of 100 sovs; winner be sold for 50 sovk second to receive 5 sovs. Two miles. Eileen Allanah Mason 1 Lutin lIL B. Smart 2 Dorian ; ;. Piggott Also ran: Pantaguesta
7 December 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 

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WARWICK AND LEAMINGTON LICENSED VICTUALLERS' DINNER.

WARWICK AND LEAMINGTON LICENSED VICTUALLERS' DINNER.

Leamington and Warwick Licenced Victuallers' Society, held their annual din*ner on Thursday evening the Regent Hotel, Leamington. Alderman Gordon Bland presided, and among those were the Mayor of Leamington (Alderman W Davis), Mayor of Warwick (Alderman J. W Glover), the Hon. R.
7 December 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
NUNEATON- AND DISTRICT NEWS

NUNEATON- AND DISTRICT NEWS

NUNEATON - AND DISTRICT NEWS NUNEATON POLICE COUKT. The following cases were too late for our edition yesterday ; AGAINST THE COLLIERY RULES. George Hankinson and George Turner, miner*, • '/• were by George Clews, Stocktngford, for offending against the colliery rules by riding i
7 December 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
THE CHINESE CRISIS.

THE CHINESE CRISIS.

ANOTHER GERMAN PROPOSAL. BRITISH FLAG HOISTED AT SHAN-HAI-KWAN. The German Government has intimated the United States that it will submit a new preposition regarding the settlement of the Chinese quesion. The proposal apparently is to leave the Ministers at Pekin to ascertain wh
4 October 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
YESTERDAY'S POLLINGS.

YESTERDAY'S POLLINGS.

TELEGRAPH, 3rd Edition. 5.0 RESULTS DECLARED TO-DAY. England and Wales. MORPETH T. Burt (L) 3,117 M. Barry (C) 2,707 Majority 410 No change. g5 unop. 86—L unop. 92—L unop. 95—L 2,169 NEVVCASTLE-ON-TYNIE (Two Members) W. K. Plummer (C) 15,097 G. Renwick (C) 14,758 S. Storey (L) 1
4 October 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

BIRSfU, FISH, Wednescday. Codfish, •s to 3s. 6d. per stone; turbot Is. per lb; soles, 6d. to Is. 9d. per lb; eels, 6d. to 7d per lb; conger ee'n, 2s. to 2s. 3d. per stone; brill, Bd. per lb; skate, Is. 6d. per stone; halibut. 2s. 6d. to per stone; Hn«, 1» Bd. per stone; hake, 2s
4 October 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England