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DISESTABLISHMENT IN WALES.

DISESTABLISHMENT IN WALES.

DISESTABLISHMENT WALES. Disestablishment in Wales will come. The division the, House of Commons laTnight i ?° " an ' S motion encourages rafter t tha , tt come rather than later. In a honse of of % +l there Was only i«"ty of against the motion. The terms of Mr. ? aI6S haS failed
21 February 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Electrical Photography.

Electrical Photography.

Mr. Edison, having been asked whether he had not an electrical novelty in store for the Columbian Exhibition, replied : " It is my intention to have ready for the World's Fair such happy combination of photography and electricity as will enable a man to sit in his own parlour an
14 May 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
"pj-OUSE, £<OVENTRY. Proprietor .. .. Mr. YVm. Bennett. TO-NIGHT. Production of Entirely New and Original Drama, entitled— " NOBLE LOVE."

"pj-OUSE, £<OVENTRY. Proprietor .. .. Mr. YVm. Bennett. TO-NIGHT. Production of Entirely New and Original Drama, entitled— " NOBLE LOVE."

Prices : Private boxes to hold six, 21s. ; dress cle, 3s. orchestra stalls, 3s. second circle, ls - pit stalls, ls. ; amphitheatre, Bd.; pit, gallery, 4d. Doors open at 7.15. Commence at 7.45. OF "^ARIETIE S. s and Responsible Manager, Mr. Gus Levaine. TO-NIGHT. Tt, e Charming S
14 May 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
What a demoralising spectacle the great glove fight" between Slavin and Kilrain must have been. We are told all the

What a demoralising spectacle the great glove fight" between Slavin and Kilrain must have been. We are told all the

particulars, in the sporting reporters' most graphic style, and from these it to be gathered that Kilrain never recovered from the " pummelling" which he got in the verv\ first round. In the third round he was knocked prostrate four times, in the fifth he was again and again sen
18 June 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
TIRED OF HER SITUATION.

TIRED OF HER SITUATION.

Bilston yesterday Lily Cartwright, domestic servant, twelve years of age, was committed for trial on the charge of attempting to cause tb* death of her mistress, widow named Reynolds, hy putting a dose of aconite liniment in her tea. The mistress, on tasting the tea found i* ver
26 September 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Harvest Prospects in India.

Harvest Prospects in India.

The Viceroy, telegraphing to the India Office •o-day, says the prospects continue gloomy in Central Madras, and unfavourable in Rajputana. hut there is a marked improvement in Upper Burniah.
26 September 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
The Stock Markets.

The Stock Markets.

Stocks quiets. American rails firmer. North British rails firm. Great Eastern a quarter •etter.
26 September 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Death of "George," the Orangoutang.

Death of "George," the Orangoutang.

Death of George," the Orangoutang. The anthropid apes, of which there was recently such representative series in the Zoo, have dwindled sadly in numbers this year. The death of" Sally" few weeks since ;wehave now to record the death of " George," the orangoutang. This creature di
26 September 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Choice Water Melons 6d. each. Beautiful tinted Grapes, equal to hot-house, 6d. per lb. Poole West-end Stores and Earlsdon. If

Choice Water Melons 6d. each. Beautiful tinted Grapes, equal to hot-house, 6d. per lb. Poole West-end Stores and Earlsdon. If

you want good cutlery of every description at the owest possible prices, go to F. J. Thomas's Steam Cutlery Works, 13, Earl Street, Coventry Bicycles and tricycles for sale or hire.
26 September 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
THOMAS'S FOTJKTH Michaelmas Sale IS NOW ON. PARTICULARS ON SMALL BILLS. A SPECIAL LOT OF WELLMADE CLOTHING, HATS, SHIRTS, &c.,

THOMAS'S FOTJKTH Michaelmas Sale IS NOW ON. PARTICULARS ON SMALL BILLS. A SPECIAL LOT OF WELLMADE CLOTHING, HATS, SHIRTS, &c.,

«fee., SUITABLE FOR COUNTRYMEN & MECHANICS, WILL BE OFFERED TO CLEAR AT Extraordinary Prices. Much Park St. Corner, coventry. A. A. WINCOTT, BUILDER & CONTRACTOR, FOLESHILL ROAD, COVENTRY. T3LUE Lias Lime, in Lump or Ground; also Cement in Large or Small Quantities. BLUE BRICKS,
26 September 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England