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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

, THE LORDS AND RETALIATORY DUTIES. The House of Lords, yesterday, had what is, for them, an exceptionally long sitting, not rising till five minutes to six. The matter which engaged their lordships was a motion by the Earl of Dunraven, urging that Colonial Conference should be
February 13, 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Lsamington Priors Association for the Prosecution of Felons.

Lsamington Priors Association for the Prosecution of Felons.

-Cl meeting of this association was ' under the presidency of Mr. J. er the Great Western Hotel. There was numerous attendance of members. The • re P ted a balance at the bank on the of £350 ; current account, £50 3s. an increase of £15 on the previous year. last annual report t
February 11, 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
COTTON OPERATIVES' RELIEF FUND. A MEETING of the SUBSCRIBERS to the above Fund will beheld the JUSTICE ROOM, ST. MARY'S

COTTON OPERATIVES' RELIEF FUND. A MEETING of the SUBSCRIBERS to the above Fund will beheld the JUSTICE ROOM, ST. MARY'S

HALL, on THURSDAY NEXT, the 12th February instant, at Eight o'clock in the Evening, to consider to the advisability of devoting a portion of the Fund now in hand to the Fund now being raised for the Relief of the Distressed Weavers and other Operatives. CHAS. J. HILL, Mayor. sth
February 11, 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
How Russia Treats the Jews.

How Russia Treats the Jews.

6 " " the treatment ex* 5? WS at the the local RuBSla comes from KremenchuP l6 -V had a ° called Leiba, who died 1877 the age of about ten and was buried in the Jewish cemetery there' Nine or ten years afterwards the military autho' rities called on the dead boy to come tip for
March 3, 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
An Uncle Attacks his Nephew.

An Uncle Attacks his Nephew.

Inflicts Frightful Injuries- Vest -rday, the North London Police William Hopkins, 57, cordwainer, of stock Road, South Hackney, was charge v attempting to murder, by cutting him ft head and neck with weaver's knife, Ward, aged 37, carver and gilder, living < same address. —Polic
April 8, 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 

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Arrival of an Atlantic Liner.

Arrival of an Atlantic Liner.

Norddeutscher Lloyd steamship Spree arrived at Southampton from New Yerk last night.
April 8, 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Prince Bismarck Passed Over.

Prince Bismarck Passed Over.

Central News telegram from Berlin says Count Waldersee to-day received an autograph better of congratulation from the Emperor Wilbam on the completion of his fifty-ninth year. is significant that Prince Bismarck was not Bl milarly honoured recently.
April 8, 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
THE SPORTSMAN OFFICIAL STARTING PRICES.

THE SPORTSMAN OFFICIAL STARTING PRICES.

Epsom. Tadworth—loo to 8 agst Sea Song. Betchworth—7 to 1 agst Odour. Spring Cup—2 to 1 agst The Rejected. City and Suburban—2s to 1 agst Nunthorpe. Eglinton Hunt. Hunters' Hurdle—s to 1 agst Frogmore. Eglinton Welter—s to 2on Hazeline. COURSE BETTING BEFORE RACING. CITY AND SUB
April 8, 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Coventry Board of Guardians.

Coventry Board of Guardians.

THE QUESTION OF THE DAY VACCINATION. Next Wednesday is our last meeting," remarked one of the members of the Coventry Board of Guardians at the Board room this morning. Seeing that there were only nine members present to start with the business, it might be suggested that this w
April 8, 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
A steam-valve exploded at noon on Monday at Messrs. Kitchen's clothing factory, Kirkstall Road, Leeds, but no one was seriously

A steam-valve exploded at noon on Monday at Messrs. Kitchen's clothing factory, Kirkstall Road, Leeds, but no one was seriously

hurt. A Goolesaud merchant named Hebden,andhis sonin-law were drowned at Goolo Monday morniug by the upsetting of boat, in which they had gone to alter the moorings of a keel laden with sand. The lieferee is informed that another new theatre be built in the Haymarket, on a site
April 8, 1891 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England