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A WORD FOR MR. BEEBY, And a Plea for Freedom of Thought in the Church as regards the Method of

A WORD FOR MR. BEEBY, And a Plea for Freedom of Thought in the Church as regards the Method of

the Divine Incarnation; with some •remarks on a Dissertation by Dr. Charles Gore, now Lord Bishop of Worcester, on this Subject of the Virgin Birth, BY REV. W. S. PARKER, M.A., Rector of Barford. "The Author puts the CaSe with great Moderation and Ability ; his point of view sho
August 13, 1904 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
GREEN'S FOR WEDDING RINGS. 22 Carat Gold, Best Value. ENGAGEMENT & KEEPER RINGS, WATCHES, CLOCKS, CHAINS, AND EVERY KIND OF

GREEN'S FOR WEDDING RINGS. 22 Carat Gold, Best Value. ENGAGEMENT & KEEPER RINGS, WATCHES, CLOCKS, CHAINS, AND EVERY KIND OF

JEWELLERY. 0 1 ,.. St 1. a , i , , , , ± ir ' :vll ' ,_ p ir m 0 ';,ft . ,i ‘ '-' . . gr ---- -7 -- ,_ . =-. -7- - -- = ------ 7 -- -.,1 i ( L illy ~ ..e4sor . -- - 185, DIGBETH, Mi•MINGHAM, - Nor.—Wedding iting purchasers are presented with Six Superior Teaspoons for Good Luck.
August 13, 1904 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
CABLE COPPER.

CABLE COPPER.

open air as under cover, and the boiler can be easily removed for cleaning. They are made entirely of cast iron, the fire chamber being lined with brick. For boiling food for sporting dogs and hounds they are unrivalled. A USEFUL SPAN FRAME. A span plant frame similar to the one
August 20, 1904 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
SPAN FRAME.

SPAN FRAME.

Christmas, and, at the turn of the year, will be _ full of vigour; the second will begin to bear about the end of February, and be in their prime in March. To cut fine fruit on Christmas-day the plants ought to be in bearing by December Ist, and if you delay the sowing beyond th
August 20, 1904 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
TOBACCO WILL BE CHEAPER.

TOBACCO WILL BE CHEAPER.

Mr. Chamberlain, in his great speech at Welbeck, said that he agreed with one of the characters in Pickwick," who considered tobacco as meat and drink, and repeated his promise that a reduction in the duty on tobacco should farm a part of the fiscal reform. This will be good new
August 20, 1904 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
A PLAINTIFF'S REBUFF.

A PLAINTIFF'S REBUFF.

William John Proctor, baker and grocer, Bedworth, v. William Beamish. This was a claim for ,28 3s. 10d. for goods supplied. Mr. W. H. Pownall, solicitor, Nuneaton, who represented defendant, raised the point that the Court had no jurisdiction, the proceedings should have been ta
August 20, 1904 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
A SUNDAY CONTRACT.

A SUNDAY CONTRACT.

Messrs. C. and D. Brown, cab proprietors, Albany Mews, Butts, Coventry, sued Charles Collett for the hire of a landau. Mr. Masser was for the plaintiff. During the evidence it transpired that the laudau was hired on a Sunday afternoon.
August 20, 1904 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
WILL SILK IiETURN TO FAVOLR?

WILL SILK IiETURN TO FAVOLR?

For the first indications of the crisis in the silk industry it is necessary to go back to the. year 1900, but it was not until two years later that the symptoms became so general and well marked that the existence of deep depression could be spoken of. A larger demand for the B
August 20, 1904 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
i Ao A FOLESHILL BOARD OF GUARDIANS

i Ao A FOLESHILL BOARD OF GUARDIANS

Mr. J. Rollick presided over a fortnightly meeting of the Foleshill Board of Guardians and Rural District Council on Wednesday morning. Therc. were present the Rev. L. Richardson, Col. Coker Adams, Captain Oliver-Bellasis, Messrs. W. Pridmore, A. H. Blyth, T. Cossage, J. J. Simp
August 20, 1904 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
WANTED, A BICYCLE.

WANTED, A BICYCLE.

The Surveyor asked the Council to purchase a new bicycle for his use. The present machine had been in use for six years. The Council instructed the Surveyor to obtain prices from two separate firms.
August 20, 1904 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England