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CORN. COVENTRY, FRIDAY, Fez. 23rd. Wheat, white 10s. Od. to us. Od. per 186 lbs red Ba r ley 24s Od. to 80s. Od. per qr. 448 lb.. Oats 18s. 6d to 21s. Od. „ 1352 lb. . Beans to 128. 6.l.perbagl96lbs Pets, white 12s. Od. to 19e gd. „ „ grey Od. to 12.. Od. ' „ Trade was rather sl
March 3, 1900 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
OYER SIX THOUSAND UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIAL&

OYER SIX THOUSAND UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIAL&

HAVE BEEN RECEIVED FROM MEDICAL MEN. The following Important Testimonial has been received from Da. FLETCHER : " APPLECROSS, ROSS -SHIRE, N. 8., July vui, 1897. " Dear Sirs,—Please forward quarter of a dozen ''Wincarnis' immediately, as my patient's supply is about done. "I trus
March 3, 1900 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
COVENTRY CITY COUNCIL. PRESENTATION TO THE EX-MAYOR.

COVENTRY CITY COUNCIL. PRESENTATION TO THE EX-MAYOR.

THE EARL STREET IMPROVEMENT. A meeting of the Coventry City Council was held on Tuesday, the members present being the Mayor (Councillor W. R. Goate), Aldermen Andrews, Banks, Booth, Fowler, Gulson, Haywaod, Hill, Loudon, Marriott, Maycock, Read, and Tomson ; Councillors Armisha
March 3, 1900 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
PRESIDENT STEYN IN A FRIGHT, ---- ASKING FOR HELP.

PRESIDENT STEYN IN A FRIGHT, ---- ASKING FOR HELP.

PRESIDENT STEYN IN A FRIGHT, ASKING FOR HELP. (Central News Telegram.) February 26 (3.20 p.m.) —While Lord Roberts has been securely holding Cronje and his men at Pasrdeberg, General French and his Cavalry Division are understood to have been moving towards Bloemfontein. Presiden
March 3, 1900 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
C A Aro VES I 'BALS,VIIC ELIXIII, me =TEST of MANY YEARS. Mad n Weed& discovered any remedy an gesmigig

C A Aro VES I 'BALS,VIIC ELIXIII, me =TEST of MANY YEARS. Mad n Weed& discovered any remedy an gesmigig

siiscious. The Now Treadmill ef Consumption by Open-Air, Red, and Onsrfeeding, whilst In many not the of the ma wity ci patients. is Required to check of ntherader to distressing symptoms, and the Yang in longs. CONCREVE'S BALSAMIC ELIXIR sr ben to produce dose awe mho ASTHMA,.
March 3, 1900 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
RA.LPH SMITH & CO., ART GILDERS LWD PICTURE FRAME MANUFACTURERS.. Estimates give: for every description of Re-gilding and Cleaning Work.

RA.LPH SMITH & CO., ART GILDERS LWD PICTURE FRAME MANUFACTURERS.. Estimates give: for every description of Re-gilding and Cleaning Work.

Valuable Paintings and Family Portraits CAREFULLY CLEANED, LINED, awl RESTORED BY EXPERIENCIED ARTIST& aLranicarED ADDRESS= A SPRCIAZITY Cabinet Makers, Print Sellers. Dealers in Works of Art, Paper Hangings, Royal Worcester Porcelain, Doniton Pottery, and AIiTISTS' iMATERIALS.
March 3, 1900 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
EUROPEAN OPINION ON THE WAR.

EUROPEAN OPINION ON THE WAR.

The change of opinion among the grayer journals of Europe in consequence of Lord Robertr's riotories appears to be nearly complete, remarks the Bpedirtor. The Russian newspapers are still almost hysterical with anger, but the German and French writers sorrowfully admit that affa
March 17, 1900 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
-- "Nancy, where.is she? You are answerable."

-- "Nancy, where.is she? You are answerable."

-- "Nancy, where . is she? You are answerable." Nancy was sobbing. "I never thought she would do such a thing! But I was sleeping, and she must have taken my key and got away. How could I gneiss such • thing, Sir Harry—her sileh a sweet, obedient child as she use always been, as
March 17, 1900 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
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March 17, 1900 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
FREE LANCE.. BIRMINGHAM SHORTHORN SHOW AND SALE.

FREE LANCE.. BIRMINGHAM SHORTHORN SHOW AND SALE.

The sale of shorthorns by Messrs. Lythall and Co., at Birmingham, was brought to a close on Friday. The attendance was large. The highest figure of the day's sale was 480g5., which was given for " Shylock," a roan son of " Royal Star," nearly fifteen months old, shown by Lord Lo
March 17, 1900 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England