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July 30, 1904 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
COVENTRY NEW PATENTS.

COVENTRY NEW PATENTS.

The Premier Cycle Company, Ltd., and F. E. Baker, both of Coventry. "Brakes for Velocipedes": The object is the production of a rimbrake, the construction of which allows the ready attachment and detachment of the wheel relative to the brake, the essential part being a spring re
July 30, 1904 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
.BBY FARMERS' CLUB.

.BBY FARMERS' CLUB.

ANNUAL SHOW AND LUNCHEON. The annual show of the Monks Kirby Farmers' Club was held at Newnham Paddox, on Wednesday, by kind permission of the President of the Club, Lord Denbigh. The attendance was not so large as usual, owing to the dull, showery weather which prevailed; still
July 30, 1904 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
PROPERTY OWNER AND TRAMWAY CO.

PROPERTY OWNER AND TRAMWAY CO.

Joseph Popp Highland-villa, Coundon-road, was summoned by William P. Pearsall, assistant engineer to the Coventry Electric Tramways Co., who applied for an order under the Tramways Act, to allow the Company to erect a " rosette , ' in front of 29, Fleet-street, owned by defendan
July 30, 1904 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
BURIAL GROUND DILEMMA AT FOLESHILL. CHiJIA.IIYARD PARTLY WATER-LOGGED.

BURIAL GROUND DILEMMA AT FOLESHILL. CHiJIA.IIYARD PARTLY WATER-LOGGED.

PARISH COUNCIL AND THE BURIALS ACT. The unsuitability of the new portion of the burying ground attached to the Foleshill Parish Church and the difficulty of interments in consequence of its water-logged condition, are at present exercising the minds of a section of the parishion
July 30, 1904 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
NO TAX! ON YOUR MEMORY . . IF YOU MAKE A NOTE OF IT, THE BEST PLACE TO FURNISH IS

NO TAX! ON YOUR MEMORY . . IF YOU MAKE A NOTE OF IT, THE BEST PLACE TO FURNISH IS

THE COUNTY STORES 44, REGENT STREET, 46, LEAMINGTON. BEDSTEADS, full size ... ..• ..• ... from 12/9 MATTRESSES „ „ 12/6 BEDS 5/9 PALLIASSES „ „ 6/11 WIRE MATTRESSES, full size ... „ 9/11 FLOOR CLOTHS sq. yard LINOLEUMS 1/2i „ INLAID LINOLEUMS 2/5 91 SEE OUR WINDOWS. CASH OR DEFE
July 30, 1904 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
IiTO BE HAO OF ALL BOXES /// i . 2/9 , 0R46,0R SENT ANYWHERE ON RECEIPT OF SUMPS BY E.T.TOWIE

IiTO BE HAO OF ALL BOXES /// i . 2/9 , 0R46,0R SENT ANYWHERE ON RECEIPT OF SUMPS BY E.T.TOWIE

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July 30, 1904 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
PIANO PLAYER

PIANO PLAYER

THE WORLD-FAMED " ANGELUS " AS PURCHASED BY ROYALTY AND THE WORLD'S GREATEST MUSICIANS, IS THE MOST PERFECT, ARTISTIC, AND HUMAN-LIKE IN TECHNIQUE, CONTROL OF TEMPO, AND EXPRESSION. THE ANGELUS IMMEDIATELY ENABLES EVERYONE TO PLAY all the classical and popular music of the world
August 27, 1904 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
BUTTER-COOLER.

BUTTER-COOLER.

ice or cold water. By an ingenious arrangement a continuous flow of cold water is kept up between the open supply tank at the top and the closed circulating vessel at the bottom, thereby keeping the air surrounding the butter at the lowest or coolest temperature. The improvement
August 27, 1904 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
BOARDED-OUT CHILDREN.

BOARDED-OUT CHILDREN.

The Local Government Board forwarded to the Guardians for their consideration a report made to them by Miss Evans, their inspector of boarded-out children, wit.i reference to her visits to the homes of the children boarded-out under the care of the Coventry authority. They asked
August 27, 1904 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England