1886 February 22: The beryl coronet was reclaimed by its owner. The remainder of February days have no references in the Canon. Dear Watsonians; While watching a rerun of the Show “In The Heat of The Night” I heard Police … Continue reading
1886 February 20: Holmes returned the missing part of the beryl coronet to Alexander Holder.
1886 February 19: 1) Alexander Holder asked Holmes to find the missing part of the Beryl Coronet; 2) Holmes followed the footprints that Arthur Holder and Sir George Burnwell made in the snow; 3) Mary Holder elopes with Sir George Burnwell. … Continue reading
1886 February 18: 1) Arthur Holder asked his father for money the third time; 2) Part of the beryl coronet was stolen. … Continue reading
February 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th: nothing of Sherlockian note occurred on those dates. One can almost see the hand . . . reaching . . . and the good Doctor saying . . . “Is it . . . … Continue reading
February 11, 1886: Arthur Holder asked his father for money the second time … Continue reading
February 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 8th, 9th, and 10th : Nothing of Sherlockian note occurred on those dates. … Continue reading
1875 February 4: McMurdo arrived in Vermissa Valley. 1886 February 4: Arthur Holder asked his father for money for the first time. … Continue reading
February 1 to 3: Nothing of Sherlockian note happened on these days. But, maybe you know of something . . . ?
1891 Saturday January 23rd: Holmes incommoded Moriarty. I always enjoy anticipating what is coming with this situation! There are no events in the Canon for January 24 through the 31st. Return in February! Best from “Chips”