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The Londonderry Evictions.

The Londonderry Evictions.

A mass meetuig of miners was held at Thornley, county Durham, on Saturday evening, to determine what action should be taken with regard to the of Londonderry's SilkspresfdJ?°f ery " Job Fleming, Thornley, stated v I6S being represented. It was ownea by rn^? 011 Seaham Harbour pi
2 March 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Coventry Chamber of Commerce.

Coventry Chamber of Commerce.

To-day, at twelve o'clock, meeting of the members of the Coventry Chamber of Commerce was held in the committee room of the Free Library to consider a communication received from Mr. Snow, of Macclesfield, with reference to the operation of Sir Henry James's Factory and Workshop
9 March 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Emp eror of Germany's Visitto Scotland.

Emp eror of Germany's Visitto Scotland.

perial yacht Hohenzollern, and the to- cess William, arrived in Leith Roads r ne Emperor William arrives at Leith ion shortly after seven o'clock to-morrow P resen * e d with address the German residents there.
13 July 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Salvationist Disturbances at Eastbourne.

Salvationist Disturbances at Eastbourne.

In spite of the strong muster of Eastbourne Borough police yesterday, Salvationists, parading with a band in procession in the eastern part of the town, had severe struggles with their opponents. The opposing crowd seized the bandsmen's uniform*, caps, and tambourines, and many
13 July 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
London Burglars in Wiltshire.

London Burglars in Wiltshire.

At the Wilts Assizes Salisbury on Saturday, before Mr. Justice Cave, Adolphus Amansey and Henry Russell pleaded guilty to burglary at Swindon. Most of the property, consisting of jewellery and other things, was found in a room at Camberwell, where housebreaking tools were also d
13 July 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Where the Lilies Grow.

Where the Lilies Grow.

Visitors to Sandringham, or the popular Norfolk watering place of Hunstanton, express no small amount of surprise discovering a unique industry in the dull and monotonous village of Dersingham. In this outlandish place, however, may be seen an area of land, measuring about four
1 April 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Mr. Edwin Booth, the American actor, announced yesterday his imminent retirement from the stage. The order constituting Grimsby county borough

Mr. Edwin Booth, the American actor, announced yesterday his imminent retirement from the stage. The order constituting Grimsby county borough

comes into operation to-day. Public rejoicings of an extensive character are in preparation to celebrate the event. The Leeds Corn Millers' Association further advanced the price of flour yesterday Is. Gd. per sack, making a total increase of ss. 6d. for the month. The continuou
1 April 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
PRUDENTIAL ASSURANCE COMPANY, LTD HOLBORN BARS, LONDON. Extracts from the FORTY-SECOND ANNUAT, REPOET. For the year ending December, 1890. ORDINARY

PRUDENTIAL ASSURANCE COMPANY, LTD HOLBORN BARS, LONDON. Extracts from the FORTY-SECOND ANNUAT, REPOET. For the year ending December, 1890. ORDINARY

BRANCH.—The number of Policies issued during the year was 55,846, assuring the sum of to,hlo,6<b, and producmg a New Annual Premium income of £340,699. The Premiums received during the year were £1,162,649, being an increase of £257,734 over the year 1889. The increase m the Pre
24 March 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
People • are , fond of the legal profession by using the word client" will do well Wa T aga

People • are , fond of the legal profession by using the word client" will do well Wa T aga

tlie Practice, because it 'a d ? b^ect them to a heavy punishment Brentford, yesterday, a debt collector °f SeC u ted the Incorporated Law and ftp m acted as a solicitor, the e abllost solel use of S?4 ent '« " a certain debt were not th ° UeCtor ' y client " will take ItS6ems t
10 March 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
NOW SELL ALL COLLAKS, AND CUFFS (Usually sold at 6£d. each) at Is. 6d. 5/9 THE DOZEN FOR CASH. ALL

NOW SELL ALL COLLAKS, AND CUFFS (Usually sold at 6£d. each) at Is. 6d. 5/9 THE DOZEN FOR CASH. ALL

THE NEWEST SHAPES. 3, Earl Street, Coventry. Notice to Advertisers. Central Office : 18, Hertford Street, Coventry. London Office : 3, St. Bride Street, E.C. Advertisements may also be left with the Resident Agents of this Journal in any of the towns in Warwickshire and the adja
10 March 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England