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AUSTRALIA'S NEW GOVENOR GENERAL

AUSTRALIA'S NEW GOVENOR GENERAL

THE EARL OF HOPETOON. It officially stated that the Queen has bfi pleased to approve the selection of the Earl <* Hopetoun for the important appointment crnor-General of the Commonwealth Austral Lord Hopetoun was bora in 1860, and Eton. From 1895 to 1899 he was a Lord Waiting, w
14 July 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
THE ESCAPE FROM KUMASSI.

THE ESCAPE FROM KUMASSI.

WHAT SIR F. HODGSON SAYS. Sir Frederick ifodgson, after his arrival with Lady Hodgson at Accra from Kuma?si, stated that left the Ashantl capital with live hundred men June 23. The carriers became ib weakened by hunger that everything they carried was thrown away, and the Govern
14 July 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
COAL FAMINE PROPHESIED.

COAL FAMINE PROPHESIED.

"ON THE VERGE." Matters in connection with the Lancashire and Yorkshire coal industry are (says a Manchester telegram) reported be assuming a most serious aspect, the demand being far in excess of the supply, a state of things, to some extent, due to short time worked colliers.
14 July 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
COVENTRY ARMY RESERVISTS

COVENTRY ARMY RESERVISTS

"MIDLAND DAILY TELEGRAPH" FUND. SUBSCRIPTION LIST. £ ». d. Amount previously acknowledged 3572 17 0 Employees Rover Cycle Company, Ltd., 37th donation ♦ 14 S Employees Daimler Motor Co., 38th donation 3 5 8 Employee* Errington's Watch Factory, 33rd donation 10 0 Employees Riley
14 July 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
HIGH - CLASS GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. THE BEST HIGH - CLASS GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. THAT MONEY HIGH - CLASS GROCERIES

HIGH - CLASS GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. THE BEST HIGH - CLASS GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. THAT MONEY HIGH - CLASS GROCERIES

AND PROVISIONS. CAN BOYj TURNBULL'S SUPPLY STORES, 14, HIGH STREET, COVENTRY. Telephone No. 41. Telegrams "Brewery" Warwick. GUY'S CLIFFE BREWERY CO., CLIFFE HILL WARWICK. UNDER NEW PROPRIETORSHIP. FAMILY ALE BREWERS AND BOTTLERS. Guarantee Ales to be Brewed from the best Materi
14 July 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
THE INCREASE OF THE FRENCH NAVY.

THE INCREASE OF THE FRENCH NAVY.

MEBCIER AND HIS INVASION SrEECH. The debate on the augmentation of th«* Fleet was, says the London Standard's Paris respondent, resumed in the Senate on Friday. Combes presented his counter project, the construction of numerous fast and entailing an additional expense of u hundr
8 December 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
BOARD OF TRADE RETURNS.

BOARD OF TRADE RETURNS.

On Friday the Board of Trade mouth of November were issued, and the imports for the month amounted to i *st £44,244,811 in the same month being an increase of £5,488.919- The the month totalled £24,624,649, against in November, 1899, or an increase ot . imports for the eleven mo
8 December 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
FOOTBALL.

FOOTBALL.

RUGBY. r~ COVENTRY v NUNEATON. At Nuneaton. Nuneaton been eiceedingly their engagements so far this season, and the match this afternoon was looked forward to with the greateat interest. Up to date, Nuneaton had played 13 matches, of which 10 have been won, and three loat, scori
8 December 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
COVENTRY AND PEACE REJOICINGS.

COVENTRY AND PEACE REJOICINGS.

The Celebration Committee, consisting of members of the General Purposes Committee of the City Council, and the representatives of the Peace Rejoicings Committee, which formed some time ago, had its first meeting Wednesday evening. It was suggested that the celebrations might ta
2 August 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
"SPORTSMAN " OFFICIAL STARTING PIUCIS Goodwood. Halnaker : 5 4 agst Watershed; to 1 Macintosh; divided. Corinthian : 7 1

"SPORTSMAN " OFFICIAL STARTING PIUCIS Goodwood. Halnaker : 5 4 agst Watershed; to 1 Macintosh; divided. Corinthian : 7 1

agst Argosy. Cup : 13 2 9 to 2 ag«t Strong Bow; 9 to Jolly Tar. Drayton : 100 to 12 agst Waterhen. Prince of Wal6s's : 9 to Santa Brigid*. Bout Memorial : IS to 8 Volodyorski. INTRIII. Plate. The Grafter, Waiuku, Golden Bule, Americus, Surriror, Kopeley, aged; Charina, Crestfall
2 August 1900 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England