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COVENTRY MOTOR CARS FOR THE

COVENTRY MOTOR CARS FOR THE

OF WALES. The Prince of Wales, it is well known, has been well satisfied with his experienoe with motor cars, and it appears that, after thoroughly testing the automobile supplied to him by the Daimler Motor Company, has determined to add to the number his oars. Two more vehicle
21 August 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
ACCIDENT AT A COVENTRY FACTORY.

ACCIDENT AT A COVENTRY FACTORY.

THREE PERSONS INJURED. An accident occurred on Monday at the works the Coventry Motor Manufacturing Co., Ltd., by which three persons were injured. It appears that, the ordinary course of his work, man named Thomaa O'Brien, 28, London Road, was engaged hardening a tool. The fore
21 August 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
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Free space it rtterved for iumm rteeived after going to Press. FOLKESTONE, 3 15-Bolamphion 1 Flvintr Greek 3 Thirteen WObVEftHAMPTON,

JO—Hercules 1 Companion Jewel 2 Frietcliie .'I Nino ran I 10— Phulnris 1 lievo too 2 Seven Loudon County all out 301. Warwickshire lor none Leicestershire 189 for four Vv. 4, 8,
21 August 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
CRICKET CHAT.

CRICKET CHAT.

[BT Nhoiod.] The were hopelessly oat-elaised in their fixture with Foleshill Albion;. One man, 0. Rand'.e, beat them, for excellent cr.eket that premising player 54, whereas the Craven's aggregate was but 44. The Cravens were the first to bat, and only in achieving double figure
21 August 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
CHINA VERSUS RUSSIA.

CHINA VERSUS RUSSIA.

THE DRAGON BOUNDS ON ITS mAI, FOB AT LAST. [Special "The Midland Daii.t 'J It is hot, and the glare of nun upon dust so dreadfully distracting, that most thoughtful men in town Sod hard devota due attention to the extraordinary drama which rapidly unfolding itself over seas. And
19 July 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
THE CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOUR CONVENTION.

THE CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOUR CONVENTION.

A GREAT-MEETING. "MESSAGES FROM THE CHURCHES." About £0,000 persons were present Wednesday's proceedings connection with the Christian Endeavour Convention the Alexandra Palace. There was great meeting hear the messages from the churches. A novel suggestion was made Dr. Parker,
19 July 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
GOVERNMENT AND RHODESIA.

GOVERNMENT AND RHODESIA.

Considerable interest lias been aroused by rui. .our that the Government negotiating to take ever the territory of the British South Africa Company. There was an understanding that such deal was likely; and Ministers are l.'.c'.r to closely questioned upon the rumour.
19 July 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
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19 July 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
The members of tne Warwickshire Polo Club played the Sydenham arm Ground, Leamington on Wednesday. The sides ware Rods :

The members of tne Warwickshire Polo Club played the Sydenham arm Ground, Leamington on Wednesday. The sides ware Rods :

Mr. Dixon 1, r. Shaw 2, Mr. Jones 3, Mr. Tree Whites : Mr. Joliffe 1, Mr. 2, Mr. Gordon Blaud 3, Mr. Paton back. The game resuite! win for the Whites goals to 2. SA> TAL MlDY.—Harmless, Sure, and Quick. In iiny capsules- Superior to Copaiba, etc. Invaluable for Kidney and troubl
19 July 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
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MIL bZ(n/, CLuJi Ca6ii fat- £xok tUI tr "Oku

19 July 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England