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A WALSCRAVE NUISANCE.

A WALSCRAVE NUISANCE.

Mr. John Willmot (county surveyor) wrote with respect to the nuisance caused by the flooding of a road near Hawkesbury hail, He said that the nuisance was not in any way due to the neglect of the County Council. He had had the matter looked into, and he believed that there was n
May 3, 1913 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
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May 3, 1913 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
RED CROSS SOCIETY.

RED CROSS SOCIETY.

(lo the Editor of the " Kenilworth Advertiser...) Sir,—May I avail myself of your newspaper to express my grateful thanks to all kind friends and neighbours who, by their presence and contributions, made the ball held in Kenilworth Parochial Hall, on March 213th, such a great su
April 19, 1913 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
After thirteen years as Cutter at DEAN'S. of Coventry, I have OPENED TEMPORARY PREMISES at 23, EARL STREET, COVENTRY, next

After thirteen years as Cutter at DEAN'S. of Coventry, I have OPENED TEMPORARY PREMISES at 23, EARL STREET, COVENTRY, next

door to WHEELER'S, the Drapers. If ou want
April 19, 1913 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
GOLF.

GOLF.

KENILWORTH v. LEAMINGTON. Played at Kenilworth, on Saturday. . . „. - Kenilworth . Leamington. • P. W. Clive 11. IL Clive H. IL Hands ...... ... 1 L. Booth G. J. Homfray T J. Addenbrooke...- 0 E. Hail' s Colonel It a Bock C. 11. Passman J. Woodward W. H. Spencer T. Rinmond
April 19, 1913 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
FIRST COURT.

FIRST COURT.

BEFORE Mn. T. M. COLMORE, MR. W. JoHNsoN, M.P., M. T. BITRRIDGE, AND MR. G. 11 . PICKERING. ALLEGED THEFT FROM DAIMLER WORKS: WITNESSES AND VICTIMISATION. • Thomas Edward Beasley, 31, coach linitiher, Coventry, was indicted for stealing, lietwecu Ist February, 1912, and March 12
April 19, 1913 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
MRS. C. HARGREAVES, 14, BISHOP STREET, COVENTRY. OFFERS Large Assortments of Tailors' Mi.,fits and Gentlemen's Cast-off Clothing. Also Job Lines

MRS. C. HARGREAVES, 14, BISHOP STREET, COVENTRY. OFFERS Large Assortments of Tailors' Mi.,fits and Gentlemen's Cast-off Clothing. Also Job Lines

in Youths' and Children's Clotbing at Prices Never Equalled. Black Suits on Hire. Also Good Assorted Stock in Whip-cord Trousers snd Cycle Breeches (wears like pin-wire). Give us a trial. BIRD'S BALSAMIC CHEST & LUNG HEALER 18 THE BEST REMLoY COUGHS BItoNCIIITIS • ASTHMA WHEEZIN
April 19, 1913 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
THE NEW FRENCH REMEDY. Nol N0 1 2 , 703 n THERAPION 8 `,.emt 9 t c: c' , BLooD

THE NEW FRENCH REMEDY. Nol N0 1 2 , 703 n THERAPION 8 `,.emt 9 t c: c' , BLooD

POISON, EMBRY, BLADDER, URINARY DISEASES. DIS , HARGE.s. WEAKNESS. PILES. STAMP ADDRESS ENVELOPE FOR /RIR BOOKLET TO DR. LE CI ERG MED. CO. HAVERSTOCK RD. HAMPSTEAD LoNDosy sG. PARIS DEPOT : 12. RUE CASTIGLIONE. 1 YORK DEPOT: NO. REE.KMAN ST. IF R TRY NEW DRAGEE(TRsTE oF TA KE T
April 19, 1913 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
FREE TO LADIES • HOR TON'S ORIGINAL BENEDICT PILLS Proprietor has received o t testimonials from all parts. Females of

FREE TO LADIES • HOR TON'S ORIGINAL BENEDICT PILLS Proprietor has received o t testimonials from all parts. Females of

all age. should never be without a as they at once remove all obstruot,ons, no mailer how obstinate; also cure Anemia, and are in no way injurious, which is the case rnany advertised Pile. In boxes, 7ed., is. lid. an d 2s. 9d Sent anywhere post free by the HORTON St Co., Chemist
March 22, 1913 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
(From Ally Sloper's Half-Holiday.)

(From Ally Sloper's Half-Holiday.)

- - The Girl: "What is sweeter than to have a friend you can trust? "—The Mail: " To have a friend that will trust you." "Did you feel like - clapping your hands while he was singing?"—" Yee; clapping my bands over ay ears!" He (bitterly): "Have you the heart to reftNe, me? "—Sh
March 22, 1913 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England