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A Dishonest Milkboy.

A Dishonest Milkboy.

At Leamington to-day, Abraham Wright, Chesterton, was charged with embezzling various sums of money the property 0 his employer, George Amos farmer, the Manor Farm, Lillington.-Mr. C. Jjlaker prosecuted, and stated that defendant , had been delivering milk, and receiving moneys
9 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Coventry Guar tans and Vaccination.

Coventry Guar tans and Vaccination.

The hon. sec. of tl Coventry Anti-compulsory Vaccination League w. Rowe) has received the following letter 3m the Clerk to the Coventry Board of Guardia, : _«As promised to the deputation who at'. lded before the Guardians fortnight ago, the ardiari;; fully considered the argume
9 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
A STRANGE MESSAGE BY DORA RUSSELL,

A STRANGE MESSAGE BY DORA RUSSELL,

STRANGE MESSAGE BY DORA RUSSELL, All Rights Reserved Author of " Footprints the Snow," " The Broken Seal," " Annabel's Bival," " Crossus's Widow," &c. CHAPTEB I.—The Message. It came neither the post nor the telegraph wires ; it was lying on the toilet-table of handsome young wom
9 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
FOR CHOICE SEEDS, A. Blatchford, 28, fleet street, Coventry. COCKS'S 26, Earl Street, COVENTRY. COCKS'S, at 26, Earl Strest, for

FOR CHOICE SEEDS, A. Blatchford, 28, fleet street, Coventry. COCKS'S 26, Earl Street, COVENTRY. COCKS'S, at 26, Earl Strest, for

the Model Washer ; of all washers used in the Queen's Laundry. COCK'S, at 26, Earl Straet, for celebrated Climax Wringers and Mangle ; best, cheapest, simplest, and easiest ; cash or instalments. COCKS'S, at 26, Earl Street, for Perambulators —Forty new designs, prices from 20s.
9 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
GREAT Extension of Premises. HAYCOCK'S MIDLAND DRAPERY STORES AND SEWING MACHINE DEPOT. Notwithstanding the assertions Competitors, is acknowledged our THOUSANDS

GREAT Extension of Premises. HAYCOCK'S MIDLAND DRAPERY STORES AND SEWING MACHINE DEPOT. Notwithstanding the assertions Competitors, is acknowledged our THOUSANDS

of CUSTOMERS that we have the LARGEST, LIGHTEST, AND BEST ARRANGED EXCLUSIVELY DRAPERY WAREHOUSE IN THE CITY, And that give the best and most genuine allround value in the district. SEWING MACHINES AT VERY LARGE REDUCTIONS FROM MANUFACTURERS' LISTS. MAYCOCK'S Midland Drapery Sto
9 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
The Duncan Breach of Proxies Case.

The Duncan Breach of Proxies Case.

At the Old Bailey to-day -pplicati was granted for postponing the trial of Leslie Eraser Duncan, late proprietor of the Matrimuniu News, for fraudulent bankruptcy, until next session.
9 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Claim Against Madame Patti.

Claim Against Madame Patti.

Madame Adelina Patti, who had so striking a musical success at Berlin on Friday last, went through a curiously different experience on Saturday morning. At the instance of Herr Julius Zet, of Pesth, she was served with a writ for breach of contract in reference to the proposed c
9 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Sales Huction. As announced in the " Coventry Timet." & JQYER, Estate and House Agents, Agricultural, Tenant Right and General

Sales Huction. As announced in the " Coventry Timet." & JQYER, Estate and House Agents, Agricultural, Tenant Right and General

Valuers, Stock and Share Brokers. Offices: Estate Mart and Sale Rooms, 28, 29 & 30, Hertford Street, Coventry; the Square, Kenilworth, and 55, Colmore Row, Birmingham. ~MESSRS. WHITTINDALE & DYER. At their Estate Rooms, Coventry, Six o'clock, Tuesday, 10th day of February, 1891.
9 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
A Smash on the Parade at Leamington.

A Smash on the Parade at Leamington.

This morning a team of you ng horses attached to a waggon belonging to Mr. Lees, Tachbrook, were being driven by the Parade, when either the appearanceofthetramcaror a passing carriage caused the horses to bolt. The waggon collided with a lamp p ost near &c Regent, doing damage
9 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
A farmer named Chapman, who was thrown from his horse while hunting in Dorset, Friday, has since died.

A farmer named Chapman, who was thrown from his horse while hunting in Dorset, Friday, has since died.

9 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England