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SEVEN PRIZES. THREE GUINEAS will be given by the Proprietor of Pos's Pills for the best Essay on Mr Geake’s

SEVEN PRIZES. THREE GUINEAS will be given by the Proprietor of Pos's Pills for the best Essay on Mr Geake’s

Remarkable Gore. ONE GUINEA for the best Essay under 16 years of r.Rc. ONE GUINEA for the best written copy of Mr Geake’s testimonial. HALF-A-GUINEA for the best written copy under 12 years of age. FIVE SHILLINGS for the second best, and TWO SLILLLINGS and SIXPENCE for the third
January 24, 1902 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
A. P. NORTHEY’S Great Sale this Month.

A. P. NORTHEY’S Great Sale this Month.

HUNDREDS OF DRESS and BLOUdE LENGTHS Half-price. ON FRIDAY NEXT Handreds of yards of RIBBONS. LACES, &o. 30, Fore Street, REDRUTH. Notices. Tenders. £5 REWARD WILL BE GIVEN to any PERSON GIVING anch INFORMATION aball lead to the conviction of the owners of doga worrying sheep on
January 24, 1902 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
LISKEARD v. ST. GERMANS.

LISKEARD v. ST. GERMANS.

Liskeard. The homesters proved much too strong, and won rather easily 7 goals to 1. TRURO ST. GEORGE v. ST. AGNES. At Truro. St. Agues pressed hotly the start, but wore driven buck, and Qeray mulling. Lean scored. Eva added a goal after fine run bv Duzza. and Scaatlebury scored
January 24, 1902 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
MB. MARTIN ON THE WAR PATH.

MB. MARTIN ON THE WAR PATH.

The Chairman fit this aaid the folio amg letter was pat into iiis Lamia that niorniog. ami be Mt bonn«l bring there. The letter read follows: Penventon Terrace, Jan. 20. Dear Sir.-l fully expected that letter of tae 6th iust. would have convinced Mr Morley Martin that he was mis
January 24, 1902 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
MR CHAMBERLAIN ON THE WAR. In House of Commons on Monday Mr Cawley moved tbe addition th» Address of word*

MR CHAMBERLAIN ON THE WAR. In House of Commons on Monday Mr Cawley moved tbe addition th» Address of word*

representing that the House, while prepared to support all proper measures for effective prosecution the war. was of opinion that the course pursued by Ministry, and their attitude with regard to I a settlement, had not conduced to the early termination the war and the establish
January 24, 1902 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
Bxcxrsa But have ycu tried the REDRUTH HOSPITAL For Umbrellas ? If not do so for there you can g**t

Bxcxrsa But have ycu tried the REDRUTH HOSPITAL For Umbrellas ? If not do so for there you can g**t

then neatly and carefully Repaired, Re-covered, a-id made to order, at the most reasonable charges, Address, T. JAMES VINCENT, South Turn, pixe, Rc-irutb.
January 24, 1902 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
HOUSE to LET. No. « Albany Road, now in the occupation of Mrs Williams.—Apply to Mrs Curtis, Simmons Terrace.

HOUSE to LET. No. « Albany Road, now in the occupation of Mrs Williams.—Apply to Mrs Curtis, Simmons Terrace.

January 19, 1900 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
T. R. MILLS

T. R. MILLS

HAS received instructions from Mr W. H. Williams, to sell Auction on his premises CTowgy. near Plain Cross, Ponsauooth. on Thursday. January 25, at 1 pan. all his Farm Stock and span* Furniture, good general purpose horse. splendid milch cows, 1 with calf at side. heifers. 1 ste
January 19, 1900 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
FOR SALE.

FOR SALE.

CAPITAL DONKEY and Cart Harness, together or separate.—Address. L BOUCHER F. Si’arlino. Coisgarne. Perranw**!!. Two useful Horses and hands high : good workers all harness, at Finns Farm. Kedrlth, T—OR SALE, bay UOB. ! years, gixal action, .jlliet ride and drive, well bred. —W.
January 19, 1900 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
CORNISH LETTER. THE TIN KETTLE BAND. To the Edittur of • l The Cornubian’’ Deer Maister Edditur. I cant tou!d

CORNISH LETTER. THE TIN KETTLE BAND. To the Edittur of • l The Cornubian’’ Deer Maister Edditur. I cant tou!d

ee nawthen bout Peter Mary Ann seoce the time I rote bout Peter loosen avisself out av the wedden carrige like. Seemen to me in thinken ovvur things bit 1 do rekun I huislied up bout them iaiven our ouse fur «o nine thecr own. Well, they gut ome saafe an sound, an when they ad l
January 19, 1900 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England