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BABY CARS. MAIL CARTS FOLDING OARS

BABY CARS. MAIL CARTS FOLDING OARS

CLOSE OF THE sEAKON. EX ~AoalllN AR t HA INS. HIGII-GRADE BAISHK[Trt3 AND Acta-041nm CAN HE PURCHASED AT EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICES. LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY. SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. COACH-GUILT MOTOR STRIPED CARS. Carriage Paid Anwhere. DARK GREEN. MOTOR STRIPED. ielt„..
4 August 1910 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
FIVE PER CENT.

FIVE PER CENT.

DISCOUNT ON ALL REGULAR PAYMENTS ALLOWED . THE COVENTRY FURNISHING CO. 38, SMITHFORD STREET.
4 August 1910 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
'VCR SALE. Antique Oar Dresser tour drawers. 12 also Bureau: in good condition. 152 Yoko hill Road. Coventry. SALE, Mahogany

'VCR SALE. Antique Oar Dresser tour drawers. 12 also Bureau: in good condition. 152 Yoko hill Road. Coventry. SALE, Mahogany

Wardrobo, Ducliesse Table, Swing Masa Marbletop Sideboard, Rood Brame, Carpet (ebeapl. Bookcase. —369 b, Stoney Stanton Road, Coventry. FOR SALE, Inlaid Mahogany Drawing Room Suitt , : no dealer,. On vies by anpointinent.— Write Box 3,756, "Telegraph" Offtea Coventry. IP YOU ANT
4 August 1910 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
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TErAT LOWEST Advertined tZent and Soo attend Bemire, Thureda3s, IS till t; sing is the district at their residences; sirs charge is sada rainless arranged. Wrinaler. •tenns..,. • daily t till 8: Jamaica Rein . begins Ring. IMPITUUMEXT• Pea SALS _ YOD
4 August 1910 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE

LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE

The 'tew account. which is one of three weeks' duration, opened somewhat quietly, but in the Mining Group. West IVitwaterarand exhibited marked strength at the new record price ail, an improvement of 1. on Cape support. Internationals were steady, with Nickels 61, Tractions lei,
14 December 1936 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Serious Flooding

Serious Flooding

Considerable damage was done to hoardings and shop windows in Manchester and district. In the Fleetwood district and in many parts of North Wales serious flooding gas caused by rain, the water on some of the roads being several feet deep. (Continued on Back Pass.) _ ~`:~, NOTTTN
14 December 1936 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
911111 COAT FEVER, A)

911111 COAT FEVER, A)

911111 COAT FEVER , Mon.,Tuss.,Wed. Tom Walls and Ralph Lynn In - FOREIGN " AFFAIRES(u) Mean al
14 December 1936 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
IRISH TO THE END

IRISH TO THE END

It would be no discourtesy to that very charming race of people to say that Ireland has been almost overlooked during the bubble and ferment of the past week; it would be equally discourteous to a tradition to expect the Irish nation to play its part in such important affairs wi
14 December 1936 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
COVENTRY VICAR'S VIEWS ON DIVORCE

COVENTRY VICAR'S VIEWS ON DIVORCE

Pulpit References to Crisis CHURCH'S CONCEPTION OF MARRIAGE MANY pulpit references to the crisis were made in Warwickshire and Coventry churches yesterday, and at Holy Trinity, Coventry, the Vicar (the Rev. G. W. Clitheroe) spoke about the Church's attitude to divorce. He declar
14 December 1936 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England