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FRUIT GROWING AT KENILWORTH.

FRUIT GROWING AT KENILWORTH.

The County Experimental Fruit Plot at Castle Farm, Kenilworth, is now open on Thursday evenings for inspection. There are many varieties of apples and pears grown there, and nearly all have cropped well. The opportunity is a good one for those about to plant trees, for the best
August 20, 1921 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
THE REV. HARRINGTON C. LEES. ARCHBISHOP OF MELBOURNE.

THE REV. HARRINGTON C. LEES. ARCHBISHOP OF MELBOURNE.

The Rev. Harrington C. Lees, who was Vicar of St. John the Evangelist, Kenilworth, from 1900-1907, has been appointed Archbishop of Melbourne. Mr. Lees is one of the Commissiries in England for Gippsland, Australia, a post to which he was appointed four years ago. He is an M.A.
August 20, 1921 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
LIST OF NEW INVENTIONS.

LIST OF NEW INVENTIONS.

The following list of patented inventions relating to local trades is specially compiled for the "Coventry Standard" by Mr. T. Fletcher Wilson, chartered patent agent asd registered United States patent attorney, of High Street Chambers, Coventry,
August 20, 1921 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
STAGE AND CONCERT HALL.

STAGE AND CONCERT HALL.

COVENTRY OPERA HOUSE. This week Harry Ray and Lillie Calden are presenting their farcical comedy, " Find the Lady," the broad humour and catchy melodies of which are evidently to the liking of the audience. The piece, in fact, is remarkably bright throughout, Harry Ray, as "Sher
August 20, 1921 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
THE CHEAPER HAT.

THE CHEAPER HAT.

Felt-hat manufacturers have decided to reduce their prices for " bowlers " and soft felt hats at the beginning, of next month, this being the first general reduction since January, when two price cuts were made within the space of three weeks. Since then the trade had shown very
August 20, 1921 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
INTERESTING TO MOTORISTS. SPEED LIMITS: TECHNICAL OFFENCES: SANDING TARRED ROADS.

INTERESTING TO MOTORISTS. SPEED LIMITS: TECHNICAL OFFENCES: SANDING TARRED ROADS.

The following items of interest to motorists have reached us from the Coventry office (23, Hertford Street) of the Automobile Association : Complaints from several parts of the country with regard to the non-observance of certain 10-mile speed limits have been received by the as
August 20, 1921 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
ROYAL OPERA COVENTRY. 'PHONE 136. 6.4 5 TWICE NIGHTLY. n n El • LIP Monday. August 22nd, 1921. Miss Emma

ROYAL OPERA COVENTRY. 'PHONE 136. 6.4 5 TWICE NIGHTLY. n n El • LIP Monday. August 22nd, 1921. Miss Emma

Litchfield's Company, including Conrad E. Stratford. Monday, Tue . sday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday HER CHINESE HUSBAND FRIDAY ONLY, a New Play— REMEMBRANCE. 2208
August 20, 1921 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
UNTAIN PENS.—Blackbird, Corona, r Swan, Onoto, Waverley, Telepath, and Leader Pens in Stock. Guaranteed to give satisfaction or willingly exchanged.—

UNTAIN PENS.—Blackbird, Corona, r Swan, Onoto, Waverley, Telepath, and Leader Pens in Stock. Guaranteed to give satisfaction or willingly exchanged.—

W. Idoorwood, " Chronicle " Office, Coleshill.
August 20, 1921 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
KENILWORTH WORKING \MEN'S CLUB WAR MEMORIAL UNVEILING CEREMONY.

KENILWORTH WORKING \MEN'S CLUB WAR MEMORIAL UNVEILING CEREMONY.

KENILWORTH WORKING \ MEN'S CLUB WAR MEMORIAL UNVEILING CEREMONY. The unveiling ceremony of the memorial set up in the entrance hall of the club premises was perldrmed by the president (Mr. Charles Randall) on 'Friday last, in the presence of a large number of the members. The mem
August 27, 1921 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
Meriden.

Meriden.

On Saturday last the Meriden C.C. visited the Rover Sports Ground, Comentry, be play the Rover C.C. Meriden batted first, and declared at 173 for eight wickets. Towards this excellent total J. FAgington contributed 29, F. Thompson 39, and R. Thompson 52. The Rover Club scored 61
August 27, 1921 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England