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COVENTRY ANTI-COMPULSORY VACCINATION SOCIETY. WE, tbe Committee of the above Society, beg thank the AUCTIONEERS of Coventry for having DECLINED

COVENTRY ANTI-COMPULSORY VACCINATION SOCIETY. WE, tbe Committee of the above Society, beg thank the AUCTIONEERS of Coventry for having DECLINED

SELL THE GOODS of their Neighbours who may be distrained npon by the Guardians of the Poor under the VACCINATION ACTS. Signed on behalf of the Committee, W. ROWE, Hon. Sec. COVENTRY Technical Institute Classes for Instruction in the use of " The Caligeaph" Weiting Machine Will b
29 September 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Two Fishermen Drowned.

Two Fishermen Drowned.

Two fishermen named Robert Kelly and Jamea Dempsey went out from Portballantrae. near Portrusb, yesterday, to fish. Whilst sea their boat was capsized by a sudden squall and sank, carrying Dempsey down with it. Kelly clung to an oar for time, and was picked up by two other fishe
7 July 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
MOY'S BEAUTIFUL 3/- TEA. A.LUXURY FOR TEA DRINKERS. LANT'S BREWED GINGER BEER. lip' w UNRIVALLED BREWED GINGER BEER. PRONOUNCED TO

MOY'S BEAUTIFUL 3/- TEA. A.LUXURY FOR TEA DRINKERS. LANT'S BREWED GINGER BEER. lip' w UNRIVALLED BREWED GINGER BEER. PRONOUNCED TO

BE ABSOLUTELY PURE
7 July 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
CAPTAIN HOL THONDO'S OLEAGINE, An unrivalled bait for FISHING ' ' attracting all fish both in ' ' river or

CAPTAIN HOL THONDO'S OLEAGINE, An unrivalled bait for FISHING ' ' attracting all fish both in ' ' river or

sea. This marvel - FISHING lous and infallible bait alnoumni'i ways reserves its 6"** rlOnllNu efficacy, if put aside for any length of time. Price, post free, Single Bottle, 35.; Treble Bottle, 6s. Apply to E. F. Allais, 100, Great Russell Street, London, W.C. DECHAUX'S AUTOMAT
7 July 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
St. Michael's Church, Coventry.

St. Michael's Church, Coventry.

THE VICAR AND HIS CHURCHWARDENS. FURTHER CORRESPONDENCE RESPECTING THE FINANCES. We have been asked by Mr. W. Johnson to publish the following letter in continuation of the correspondence which was given yesterday : [Copy.] St. Michael's Vestry, Coventry, 31st December, 1891. Re
1 January 1892 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
The Hungarian Women

The Hungarian Women

The Hungarian women are among the most beautiful in the world. They are not languishing diaphanous creatures, composed of cobwebs and the odour of musk, with a sickly pallor or a hectic flush in their cheeks. No; erect and straight as a candle, hearty and vigorous to the core, t
1 January 1892 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
He Revised the Mail Cart.

He Revised the Mail Cart.

The Vienna police are in search of a thief who on Wednesday morning committed a daring mail robbery. Dressed in the uniform of post-office official he intercepted a cart which was being driven from the Post Office to suburb with quantity of registered letters, and telling the dr
1 January 1892 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
LOCAL AND DISTRICT CLUBS.

LOCAL AND DISTRICT CLUBS.

BUGBT. Huddersfield, Coventry v Huddersfield. Cricket Grounds, Coventry 11. v South Wigston. Davenport Road, Coventry 111. Moseley IH. Earlsdon Lane, St. Thomas' v Excelsiors. 'Warwick, Lord Street v Warwick Town. Quinton, Rudge v Rugby Loco. Rugby, Rudge 11. v Loco 11. Oadby, N
1 January 1892 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
The Murderous Assault at Bishop's Itchington.

The Murderous Assault at Bishop's Itchington.

At the Stratford on-Avon Borough Court, on Thursday William Collins (25), labourer, Bishop's Itchington, was charged, on remand, wit assaulting John Harvey Shottery, on the night of the 1 . er. It appeared that isoner when with the prosec'Hor, and he alleged tnat was once assaul
1 January 1892 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
COCKS'S 26, Eael Steeet, COVENTRY. COCKS'S, at 26, Earl Street, for the Model Washer ; best of all washers ;

COCKS'S 26, Eael Steeet, COVENTRY. COCKS'S, at 26, Earl Street, for the Model Washer ; best of all washers ;

used in the Queen's Laundry. COCK'S, 26, Earl Street, 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 frem 20s. to 100s. ; best value in city COCKS'
1 August 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England