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Harvey & Son, SADDLE. COLLAR. HARNESS AND Leather Mill-Band Manufacturers, Cross-street, Red rath. Gig and cart harness kept in stock,

Harvey & Son, SADDLE. COLLAR. HARNESS AND Leather Mill-Band Manufacturers, Cross-street, Red rath. Gig and cart harness kept in stock,

or made to order All kinds of repairs neatly and promptly executed at moderate charges. W. Brenton, M.E., 31 PLAIN'-AN-GWARRY, Rbdkuth, Cornwall, Fully qualifies y-ung in undericronod (dialling] and surface surveys of mining properties. Lessons plain and practical, the result of
June 3, 1887 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
BUTTER-POTS.

BUTTER-POTS.

SEASON, 1887. T. Jarvis begs to inform the public he will sell stone Butter-pots this at Id per pound any size from 10 lbs to lbs, and black pots at per pound. Large stock Just received. PEB,AiVEBUr.ATOH3.- Wew stock of the latest style* Just hand from 3/- to 80/- each. Call and
June 3, 1887 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
Nam PuUuhtng, im MONTHLY VOLUME*, Price la. each, in stiff covers: or 2b. each, handsomely bound in cloth. Cassell’s Ked

Nam PuUuhtng, im MONTHLY VOLUME*, Price la. each, in stiff covers: or 2b. each, handsomely bound in cloth. Cassell’s Ked

Library. Volume* already Vtartin Cbaztlwwlt. Voi. I. Prince of llouso of Dnvld. Shorldan’s Plays Unclw Tom’s Cabin. Paarslayer. Kacene Aram. Jaek Hinton. iHctHMoKman. Hensa and fcba Trials olßbirgarot Z.ynd The In.at of the nrohlcans. The 'lewpluan Pap-trs an«l r Skrtrh* s. Prid
June 3, 1887 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
BREACH OP PROMISE.

BREACH OP PROMISE.

At Liverpool Assizes, before Hr. Justice WOh, Mrs. Sarah Moon sued William Henry Veevers for breach of promise marriage. In opening the cam, Mr. Saear explained that plaintiff was widow, and defendant widower. Mr. Veeven was introluoed to the lady while the was on visit to Liver
June 3, 1887 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
THE NEW COINAGE.

THE NEW COINAGE.

The Queen’d proclamation respecting the new coinage about to appe&r with her portrait more in accordance with her Majesty’s Jubilee age than with that of the young girl which has been used for the last fifty years has been quite a puzzle to many. All the pieces of gold and silve
June 3, 1887 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 

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June 24, 1887 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
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June 24, 1887 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
££OLD this Diagram by the right-hand bottom comer and give it a slight but rapid circular twisting motion, when each

££OLD this Diagram by the right-hand bottom comer and give it a slight but rapid circular twisting motion, when each

circle will separately revolve on its own axis. The inner cogged wheel will be seen to revolve in an opposite direction. Protected infringement and solely controlled by The Leaden ball Press, B.C.
June 24, 1887 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
FOR THE LITTLE FOLKS

FOR THE LITTLE FOLKS

now TO HAPPY. Are you almost disgusted with life, little man? I will tell you a wonderful trick That will bring you contentment if anything can— Do something for somebody quick ; Do something for s.mebody quick! Are you awfully tired with play, little girl ? Weary, discouraged,
June 24, 1887 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
THE CORNUBIAN AND REDRUTH TIMES—FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1887. FOR THE LITTLE FOLKS.

THE CORNUBIAN AND REDRUTH TIMES—FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1887. FOR THE LITTLE FOLKS.

ALL ABOUT LIOKP, • Some Facta about Liona’ are thus narrated ' One who has Known Them' a London weekly paper called Sunlight . Lions frequent rocky, mounteinou* wooded districts, l>ordoring places where they get enough eat. and not deserts many poets and artists would have it. T
November 25, 1887 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England