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TEETH. toothache. and ili honlth. through decaye<! toelii 1 and why jmy y pructitioeors ? Send for price i;-.u id

TEETH. toothache. and ili honlth. through decaye<! toelii 1 and why jmy y pructitioeors ? Send for price i;-.u id

for ml'.unj fare, a. H. DREW, D.D.S. (Americao Bucl-.wel! Street, PLYMOUTH.
January 10, 1902 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
The Cry of the Present Day is that nothin" is so pood used to be. and this idea is cot

The Cry of the Present Day is that nothin" is so pood used to be. and this idea is cot

entirely without foundation, for with many manufacturer* there i« tendency to lessen the coet of production by using cheaper and inferior materials; on the other hand there are tirms, who, sparing no expense, have gou** year after year steadily improv ing their manufacture, the
January 3, 1902 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
3Z&r29lg>h School, Eo Imln.

3Z&r29lg>h School, Eo Imln.

3Z&r29lg > School, Imln. GOOO sound education in all !>r..nchc' at moderate f.-ea. Very heaitliy ai,J L'rac.ng situation (2 minutes from G.W.i;. Larxe tjcbcol Library. Gym..a iuiu, Chemical Laboratory being r.d-,b 1. Boarders receive every home ,i>iofo'fvery liberal diet, perfect
January 3, 1902 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
LAXNER.

LAXNER.

At the races held at Tinroon Boxiug Day, Mr T. R. Pryor's pony, Lnuuer. prize (silver teapot, rained £4). There were ten competitors, and Mr Pryor s pony was only beaten (by much larger pony, the property of Mr Axford. Truro), about four yards. Tue animal vva-* well ridden by Mr
January 3, 1902 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
Mr. TA YLER'S, Stationer, See. (Late Fore-st., REDROTH. Attendance Every Friday. words/or i/- instriions *l6- The Little Want adverti-cmert wh’ch

Mr. TA YLER'S, Stationer, See. (Late Fore-st., REDROTH. Attendance Every Friday. words/or i/- instriions *l6- The Little Want adverti-cmert wh’ch

has become »o popular is •* silent r. sj'i-nt seller silent purveyor of good*- lt .J^^T double virtue of cheap profitable brings labour to the unemployed those who desire to employ. It makes home* for men ami women. and a general way reaponaiWe torjaper o the business tri:csacte
January 17, 1902 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
ARTISTS & PHOTOGRAPHERS.

ARTISTS & PHOTOGRAPHERS.

CABINETS. 9-*. per doz. CARTES. 4s. 6d. per MIDGETS, 2s. per doz. SPECIAL LlNES.—Promenade Cabinets. 15 for 9s. fid. Mounted ox Large Artistic Mounts, SUITABLE FOP FRAMING. YORK MIDGETS, 15 for ss. fid. 10, Bond Street, REDRUTH John Thomas, PAINTER. PAPERHANGER. and PICTURE FRAM
January 17, 1902 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
FOOTBALL NOTES.

FOOTBALL NOTES.

[By Oxi in the once more iltmoostrated their superiority over Camborne, beating them to the tune of points 3. That this success was entirely due to superior play there can no denying. In every department of the game Hedrnth were superior, and gave a very finished display. Cambor
January 17, 1902 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
REDRUTH HIGHWAY.

REDRUTH HIGHWAY.

Sunday Inst the Rev. J. Turner gave, intere«:iu(t address the Primitive Methodist Sunday school. “fterwarfs presented Rosie Eilis. (on behalf the school) with beautifully illustrated bible. tor recitiuu' the Golden Texts throughout the whole lust year. She is only little girl of
January 10, 1902 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
CAMBORNE BLUES v. LANNER.

CAMBORNE BLUES v. LANNER.

This game came off at Camborne, and resulted in a win tor Lanner by dropped troal (4 points) to 1 try (8 points . *H. Ferkius dropped the goal for Launer.
January 10, 1902 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
ANTS THAT GOT TIPSY.

ANTS THAT GOT TIPSY.

Au amusing and interesting experiment with regard ants was related Lord Avebury in lecture .Stepney Borough Museum. wished to see how ants would treat any drunken member of their species. Ho took twenty-live auts from one nest and twenty-flvo from another, and tried to indace th
January 10, 1902 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England