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NEW WATSON FIELD GLASS THE "PERSPECT" PRISMATIC FIELD GLASS MAGNIFYING EIGHT DIAMETERS. A very' peat Glsas, of splendid quality.Tbe Optical

NEW WATSON FIELD GLASS THE "PERSPECT" PRISMATIC FIELD GLASS MAGNIFYING EIGHT DIAMETERS. A very' peat Glsas, of splendid quality.Tbe Optical

equipment is the best to obtain perfect definition, combined with enormous field of view and light trans, milting properties. Central Rackwork. Focussing adjustment, and bending bars. Withthis Glass a town eight miles away will appear as only one mile sway. Price Sling Case comp
13 June 1910 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
HIPPODROME THZATRC HALES STREET.

HIPPODROME THZATRC HALES STREET.

Msnezieg Director Resident :Jaanger MR. S. T. NEWSOME. MR. G. E. WRICHT. THIS MIRK'S 6.45 GRAND STAR COMPANY! 9.0 ROOF FOR HOT WEATHER.
2 June 1910 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
COVENTRY COMPANY (No. 52). ADQUARTZERRT. COBURG'S, HILL

COVENTRY COMPANY (No. 52). ADQUARTZERRT. COBURG'S, HILL

COMPANY ORDERS TOR WEE[ RIDEAG MONDAY, MAY 16, IMO. Orderly Officer: Lieut. P. Musson. Orderly Sere., Hewing. Orderly Corpl. : Wheat Orderly Bugler: S. J. IMenday, May 16.—N0 parade. Friday, May 13.—Parade at 8 p.m. Millais to be worn. Saturday, May 14.—Musketry course for N.C.O
9 May 1910 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
DOES NOT DricITES _EOLITIO6 WHILE

DOES NOT DricITES _EOLITIO6 WHILE

TRAVELLING. Mr. William Jennings Bryan. ex-candidate for the United States Presidency, lecturing at Bradford on Wednesday evening under the auspices of the TALC-A., said the movement started in Great Britain, and was one of the many ideas imported into the United States from thi
2 June 1910 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
MASONS ARMSHOTEL, HIGH STREET. SOLIHULL General Caterer. TELEPHONE 0547. No:fly-erected aSSIMSLY .n 4 DINING Rooms to Seat 120 for Publio

MASONS ARMSHOTEL, HIGH STREET. SOLIHULL General Caterer. TELEPHONE 0547. No:fly-erected aSSIMSLY .n 4 DINING Rooms to Seat 120 for Publio

or Private Parties WALKER makes a Speciality of his Catering. Large CYCLE PARTIES accommodated DINNERS, TEAS, ETC. Luncheons daily at 1 p.m. Sunday, Ordinary, 1.30. WRITE FOR 13001.
2 June 1910 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
HIPPODROME

HIPPODROME

Managing Dirt r Resident Manager TWEATIIIIR, HALES !Tagil.
29 June 1910 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
GREAT SHOW OF

GREAT SHOW OF

READY FOR SERVICE SUITS FOR MEN. YOUTHS, AND BOYS. LARGE STOCK. GREAT VARIETY. AT MATCHLESS PRICES. BOYS' BELTED SUITS .. .. .. .. 2/11 to 15/6 BOYS' 3 GARMENT SUITS .. .. .. BOYS' RUGBY SUITS .. .. .. .. to 16/6 to 21/- YOUTHS' TROUSER SUITS .. .. .. MEN'S SUITS .. .. .. .. ..
29 June 1910 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
LEND- MONEY. trim b. In the • toe swivel pitiodo. . et° to /woof, Advanced any nista - ilea Clw.,

LEND- MONEY. trim b. In the • toe swivel pitiodo. . et° to /woof, Advanced any nista - ilea Clw.,

Irthent neaten on NOTE oP RAND Wean Privacy NO LOAN OFFICE. PUBLICITE REPAY MI. tea REPAY Ma REPAY IV la. lIIOD REPAY all Larger or Intarmedlate same Is propartiew A GOODMAN =NUM lIIT. slid). I
29 June 1910 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
C. IL ELSON & SONS.

C. IL ELSON & SONS.

C. ELSON & SONS. FEVERINE CORR COLDS, ILLCINt. AND I4iATS. NEVER PAIL. Said by moat Grocers and Stoma Id. each. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY C. M. JACKSON, St. AYLINITONI ROAD, LEH:MOTEL DOUTIIWAITE'S NERVINE MIXTURE, CURES NEURALGIA, TOOTHACKE, NERVOUMESS, PALPITATIONS, GENERAL WEJXNEBS
29 June 1910 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
CARLISLE 'RETIES.

CARLISLE 'RETIES.

Cold and dull weather' was aigain associated with tin proceedings at Carlisle. There was another Rood attendance however. There were plenty of runners and interesting sport was prorated. Details: 11.5 CARLISLE PLATE of 106 moss. for twoyear-olcis. Pim furlongs. Golden City Brant
29 June 1910 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England