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November 7, 1902 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
CirAPTEE XXI.

CirAPTEE XXI.

* we’ll Ttnow V »;• TO TIB Stl.VttKS AT TUB FIRST sic.!* Tar.\riir.Kv." I 5 re'pon«e the discharge 0?* the pistol three four men appeared suddenly upon the deck of tho JCanrnn o. and jeered in surprised kind of way toward.' the land. this. Bradshaw .'hoyted Scud beat ael»orv”?or
November 7, 1902 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
GENUINE SCOTCH

GENUINE SCOTCH

TWEEDS YARNS and hosiery.
November 21, 1902 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
PORTREATU.

PORTREATU.

Foreign MUdou services were held at the Wesleyan Chapel, ou Sunday last, th; preachers being Mr Prideanx an 1 Mr C. V. Thomas, of Camborne. The congregations were large, and the special music rendered by the choir, under the condoctorship of Mr Hoskiug, was thoroughly appreciate
November 21, 1902 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
THE CLODD AND JENNET FEOl>

THE CLODD AND JENNET FEOl>

An acre and a half of pasturage separated ** The Hipe from The Haws • —the home of the Clodde from the home of the Jennets. Only an acre and a half of grass land between pretty Boeie Clodd and manly John Jennet, yet an ocean and a half could scarce hare formed more formidable ba
November 21, 1902 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
Ladies’ Cup Competition.

Ladies’ Cup Competition.

Cnpao«l £1 IDs, C»evrg; Ptf. F. Beard ; £1 la, .JuJetf; 17a «.l- Tamhiyn : 6d, Col Smith ; I*'m, Ptt*. ami St-ret.- struct or Fmccane ; 6<l and teapot, Pte. CyclM Thomas: IC®. Walea; IDs. Ptc. H. Bannl ; 7a W, Pic. Franklin : 'f* 6<l. Lieut. A. S. Gryll®: 7sfid, Fisher; umbrella
November 21, 1902 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
Ladies’ Range Prizes.

Ladies’ Range Prizes.

200 yards ;- F. Beard : fid, Cul.- Sergt. Smith spirits, Jnletf: ?piri»«*. SergU Tamblyn. SCO yards:-{■*•, Pte. Crews: 2s fid. Col.- Sergt. Smith ; spirits, Wales : port. Pte. . 600 yards ;—ss. Pte. Crew®; 2s 61, Pfe. Eatborne; spirit-, Sergt. Jnlrff; Bergt. Tsmblyn.
November 21, 1902 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
A GHOST STORY.

A GHOST STORY.

The late Sir Richard Owen, had (writes correspondent in a London contemporary) two r* markable gucai ntoriea, which it was a high privilege to hear him relate. Th* one about to be recorded here was, perhaps, tb'* better the two ; but its quality can scarcely be judged of detache
November 21, 1902 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
POLITICAL,

POLITICAL,

The King’s birthday and the Emperor’s visit, remark® the Out'ook, coincide with a political situation which must give the Emperor and his counsellors canse for grave consideration. short snrvey of it will shew that Germany far more than to gain in any game of bluff with Britain
November 21, 1902 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
THE SALVA I lON ARMY,

THE SALVA I lON ARMY,

The Pr-TDiVr of OnNiio prein.led Cieneml Bootb'a m*‘i Toronto. Twenty thonmnd «treti.le<l the held in Massey Hal!. So were the crowd«that the police had barr.- the The Army's kx-M .»#ncer« ?t Cardiff have witli women (he local courN, l.«ve visited and >i»<d*t**d 210 women while
November 21, 1902 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England