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"An Officer and a Gentleman."

"An Officer and a Gentleman."

A shocking charge of cruelty and desertion by a military officer was investigated yesterday by the county magistrates Aldersbot. The defendant was Captain John Edward McLougblin, of the Arm 7 Service Corps, now stationed at Aldershot, and who has seen considerable war service bo
13 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
A Football Edition OF THE MIDLAND DAILY TELEGRAPH WILL PUBLISHED ON SATURDAY NIGHT With FULL REPORTS of LOCAL MATCHES and

A Football Edition OF THE MIDLAND DAILY TELEGRAPH WILL PUBLISHED ON SATURDAY NIGHT With FULL REPORTS of LOCAL MATCHES and

the RESULTS of the MOST IMPORTANT COMPETITIONS in England. Secretaries of Local Clnbs are invited to send results to the Office, Vicar Lane.
13 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Sports and Pastimes.

Sports and Pastimes.

FOOTBALL. AN INTERESTING REVIVAL. In the quaint old town of Ashbourne, yesterday, an exhibition was given of the ancient game of football, as played hundreds of -years ago in this country. Specially prepared balls had been obtained by public subscription. These were of stout lea
11 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
The New Zealand Government has signified its willingness to grant licenses to the officers of the Salvation Army to solemnise

The New Zealand Government has signified its willingness to grant licenses to the officers of the Salvation Army to solemnise

marriages. A number of Russian immigrants brought by the steamer Dania to New York have not been allowed to pass through to their various destinations, as they are in general bad health, and are consequently likely to become public charges.
8 April 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Heavy Failure in the Carpet Trade.

Heavy Failure in the Carpet Trade.

the London Bankruptcy Court to-day a eceiving order was made against Messrs. Levi Bros., of 81, St. Mary Axe, London, carpet Merchants. The liabilities amount to £85,000, *0d the assets to £22,000.
8 April 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 

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The Great Bank Robbery.

The Great Bank Robbery.

ONE OF THE STOLEN NOTES. The Central News Kidderminster correspondent telegraphed last night:—A £20 bank note, recognised as one of the £11,000 worth of notes stolen from a London bank last February, was presented to-day at a public-house. A smartlydressed man called at the bar
8 April 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Charge of Embezzling £4,000.

Charge of Embezzling £4,000.

At Burnley, to-day, Charles Fox was committed for trial on charge of embezzling four thousand pounds belonging to the Borough Land and Building Society, of which he was formerly secretary.
5 March 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
"M OR N—AS THE CASE MAY BE."

"M OR N—AS THE CASE MAY BE."

THE MONDAY, APRIL 6th, 1891 Before these lines meet the public eye the particulars necessary for the enumeration of the people will have been practically obtained. The census papers were required to be filled up last night or early this morning, and in some places almost before
6 April 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Leamington Police Court.

Leamington Police Court.

THIS DAY. Joseph Southall, Ranelagh Terrace, and Henry Mountfort, Charlotte Street, were brought up in custody charged with stealing several boxes of cigarettes from the shop of Charles Hart, Bath Street. —The prisoners went into the shop and asked for " Woodbine " cigarettes, a
3 February 1892 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
A Bishop's Stortford Will Case.

A Bishop's Stortford Will Case.

Mr. Justice Denman and a spec.vi jury yesterday began the trial of an action in the Queen's Bench to recover property under an alleged deed of gift, which was disputed on the ground that it was a forgery. Mr. H. C. Richards and Mr. Knatchbull-Hugessen were for the plaintiff, and
12 November 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England