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OUR SERIAL STORY. , against her will, been instinctirely drawn to sad-faced girl, with the honetit eyes tender voice. And

OUR SERIAL STORY. , against her will, been instinctirely drawn to sad-faced girl, with the honetit eyes tender voice. And

later, when Clara had stood HE MONEY MILL." with gentle dignity th;,. insulting figures of Mrs. Golding and son Arthur, had borne BY LILIAN QUILLER-COUCH. their violent words unflinchingly, though know- ing that of the listeners everyone was at! anger fAnthor of " The of Every D
February 8, 1913 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
THE LIGHTING OF COURTS. WATCH commirrEr.••: Eco MM IN DATION REJ ECTED.

THE LIGHTING OF COURTS. WATCH commirrEr.••: Eco MM IN DATION REJ ECTED.

THE LIGHTING OF COURTS. WATCH commirrEr.••: Eco MM IN DATION ECTED. The Watch Committee reported having further considered the report prepared by the town clerk and the chief constable in reference to the lighting of courts, when it was resolved that the further consideration of
February 8, 1913 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
GOSFORD GREEN.

GOSFORD GREEN.

THE SCHEME. F INCLOSURE, Mr. Snapp, rising to propose the adoption AA a further recommendation of the Baths and Parks Committee, naively observed. " I think we are getting on very well so far " (laughter). The recommendation was: "That the terms •,ow .-mbroitted in reference to
February 8, 1913 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
MISS A. SLADE DRESSMAKER & COSTUMIER, 21A, BROADGATE. COVENTRY (OVER KENDALL'S) FIT AND STYLE GUARANTEED. P. L. STURTON, 37. HERTFORD

MISS A. SLADE DRESSMAKER & COSTUMIER, 21A, BROADGATE. COVENTRY (OVER KENDALL'S) FIT AND STYLE GUARANTEED. P. L. STURTON, 37. HERTFORD

. STREET. COVENTRY. GLASS, CHINA, AND EARTHENWARE MERCHANT. DINNER, TEA, TOILET, AND TRINKET SETS IN GREAT VAHIETY.
February 8, 1913 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
Q [ - SENSE CHICKEN the regular use of S RATT'S CIEICKEN MEAL & TRIKKO' Writs Free Samples and Booklet--

Q [ - SENSE CHICKEN the regular use of S RATT'S CIEICKEN MEAL & TRIKKO' Writs Free Samples and Booklet--

- 3fProfeas Fircherch St.. Leaden Nene ere debarred Sealed Bawer Packets bearing HEADSTONES,CROSSEi and MONUMENTS J. 11. TAYLOR. SIJCCESBOII TO A. TAY MONUAIKNTAI, P flu COVENTRY l'elephone 44y0 S4BBf IMI EDIATE L.ONS. We make no charge whatever unleas cash ;d vane ed 'MNDON & P
March 1, 1913 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
OVERALL APRON.

OVERALL APRON.

A practical overall apron has the sleeves r-aching to the wrist and is cut slightly FR luarc at the neck, fastening at the back. Many peoplo are haying these in a light make of silk or wool to slip over a good dress *hen housekeeping and save the trouble of too many changes of a
March 1, 1913 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
THE ANNUAL REPORT.

THE ANNUAL REPORT.

The twenty-ninth annual report stated that the nursing staff consisted at present of Miss Crabb (lady superintendent) and four nurses. The number of cases nursed during the past year I been 786, as against 785 in 1911. A visit j was paid during the year by an inspector from the
March 1, 1913 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
HAY MILLS CRUELTY CHARGE,

HAY MILLS CRUELTY CHARGE,

THREE OF THE PRISONERS CONVICTED. At the Birmingham, Quarter Sessions, on Tuesday, before the Recorder (Mr. J. S. Dugdate, K.C.), the hearing was concluded of the case in which Mary Elizabeth Stride and George Stride and Harriett Wall and Charles Henry Wall were charged with neg
March 1, 1913 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
TH I.:FT OF ROOTS

TH I.:FT OF ROOTS

TH OF ROOTS AMA Dickens, 44. a labourer, was e vAlteured to four hard lal.eur tor the theit 01 a pair of boots ;11:d a Mack CO.It at Rugby, on Pebruary 7th. LABOURERS CHARGED, Ceorge Lethbridge (391, labour:T. John Lamb (36), labourer, and William Tibbs (36). labourer, were eharg
March 1, 1913 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England