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MARRIAGE.

MARRIAGE.

OCtObeT 19th, at St. Gilete Church, Nether Whitacre (by the Rev. 11. E. Metcalfe). Gunner William George Wright. of the 'Royal krarrison Artillery, to Harriett, youngest daughter of Mr. Robert Embrey, of Bromley, Shropshire.
October 24, 1908 - Coleshill Chronicle - Coleshill, Warwickshire, England
 
CATTLE.

CATTLE.

Pia, Oct. 19.—Fair supply and trade for bacon pigs. Quotations: Bacon pigu, Os. 4d. per score; cutting pigs, 9s. 4d. to 9s. per score; sows, 7a. per *core. RUGBY, Oct. 19. Statement of stock entered: 1.192 beaets, 2,935 sheep, 133 pigs, as' calves, and 1 horse. Beef, plentiful s
October 24, 1908 - Coleshill Chronicle - Coleshill, Warwickshire, England
 
FOR THE LADIES

FOR THE LADIES

NEW METHOD OF DECORATING THE MUFF. A bunch of autumn leaves and berries pinned to-the huge fur muffs of to-day is another expedient adopted by Dame Fashion to bring a glow of life and colour into the more sombre winter garments. With suow-white ermine. Russian sable, or chinchil
October 24, 1908 - Coleshill Chronicle - Coleshill, Warwickshire, England
 
TRADE UNIONSTS AND TARIFFS.

TRADE UNIONSTS AND TARIFFS.

During the quarter ended September the I activity and progress made by the Trade Unionist Tariff Reform Association hare been, most satisfactory. Three hundred meetings have been held 1 during the three months in the various centres where branches are established, the principal
October 24, 1908 - Coleshill Chronicle - Coleshill, Warwickshire, England
 
DiSENGAUED: General Servants, Housemaids, Nurses, Helps, Working Housekeepers, etc. Wanted: Servants of all classes. —Apply Mrs. Brindley, The Registry, 3,

DiSENGAUED: General Servants, Housemaids, Nurses, Helps, Working Housekeepers, etc. Wanted: Servants of all classes. —Apply Mrs. Brindley, The Registry, 3,

Victoria Terrace, Queen Victoria Road, Coventry. 21630 IV 72- l Er: ty lvo co m u ti v n ie. Want A ed pp , ly to " Chronicle" Office. MRS. BRINDLEY, Newsagent and Stiiioner, Registry Office for Servants of all classes. —3, Victoria Terrace, Queen Victoria Road, Coventry. 2163 e
October 24, 1908 - Coleshill Chronicle - Coleshill, Warwickshire, England
 
NEW Circulating Library, subscription a nd weekly payment. A large selection of new books.—D. Whitehead, "Chronicle" Office, Coleshill. PATHEPHONFS: The

NEW Circulating Library, subscription a nd weekly payment. A large selection of new books.—D. Whitehead, "Chronicle" Office, Coleshill. PATHEPHONFS: The

machine with the I Human Voice, 275. 6d. to £2O; Doublesided Disco, Is. 6d. and 4s. each.—W. Jones, 36, Hertford Street, Coventry. 9144 e
October 24, 1908 - Coleshill Chronicle - Coleshill, Warwickshire, England
 
BARFORD COURSING MEETING.

BARFORD COURSING MEETING.

Mr. W. Canning issued an attractive card for the Barford meeting, and, in spite of clash with Wolverhampton Steeplechases, there was a capital attendance on Tuesday. It was proved that coursing, when conducted on the right lines, is still popular in the Midlands, although many o
October 3, 1908 - Coleshill Chronicle - Coleshill, Warwickshire, England
 
MOTORISTS FINED AT RUGBY.

MOTORISTS FINED AT RUGBY.

At Rugby, on Tuesday, John Mills, chauffeur. Wellesbourne, Warwick; Frederick Pearce, chauffeur, Toft House, Dunchurch; Frederick Gardner, chauffeur, Edon, Northampton; and Herbert Swallow, chauffeur, Bilton Hall, Rugby. were summoned for driving motor-cars at the limit, the two
October 3, 1908 - Coleshill Chronicle - Coleshill, Warwickshire, England
 
MR. CARNEGIE AND THE REWARD OF HEROISM.

MR. CARNEGIE AND THE REWARD OF HEROISM.

Mr. Carnegie has given one and a quarter dollen (yielding .€12,500 per annum) to create • Hero for the and of heroism in the 'United flu Illaiesty King hes expressed his approval of scheme.
October 3, 1908 - Coleshill Chronicle - Coleshill, Warwickshire, England
 
THI NNW AND TIM OLD.

THI NNW AND TIM OLD.

NNW AND TIM OLD. Thus, brethren, we graft the new upon the old, just as Coventry itself is an ancient city with many a tradition, many a tale of guilds and pageant, of merchant wealth and the panoply of war, and yet has gathered round Its spires and old-world streets the clash of
October 3, 1908 - Coleshill Chronicle - Coleshill, Warwickshire, England