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for Jnly ISth at Halsetown or Lelant.

for Jnly ISth at Halsetown or Lelant.

for Jnly at Halsetown or Lelant. A Qckstioxof Pkopertt.— Hekton hoard-of-gnanliaua. Match 16th. James Moyle, ot W»-udron. attended, order stale tii« position. had been asked to coutribnte towards the maintenance hts mother who was iu the workhonse.—The cnainuaii (Rev. Canon Tyack
29 March 1901 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
EDWARDS’ ls warranted pure. Is Cornish Warranted free from Alum, Baking Is freshly made weekly. Is Powder. Warranted wholesome. Has

EDWARDS’ ls warranted pure. Is Cornish Warranted free from Alum, Baking Is freshly made weekly. Is Powder. Warranted wholesome. Has

Edwaids, a large sale. Has been made Chemist, for over a quarter of a century Redruth. and gives great satisfaction. Is. per lb., in Td. and l^d. Packets, Sd. Tins. Indian House, Redruth
29 March 1901 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
WENDRON.

WENDRON.

Presentation.—A correspondent writes : Mondav evening the senior members Truro Wesleyan Baud of Hope assembled in for the porposeof presenting Miss Hasan Opie. of Calvadnack. Wendron. who ia leaving shortly for America, with a valuable hand-bag. a fin-* pair vases, in recognitio
29 March 1901 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH.

ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH.

At the Redruth Recreation Ground. lUogan started and Peters came near scoring. being tackled just outside the line. Randle picked and scored tor th»- and Pascoe added the extra point*. On resuming, Harris and Peters scored for lltogan, and half-time was called with Illogan Highw
29 March 1901 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
A HOUSING BILL.

A HOUSING BILL.

The Dill to make further provision for the boosing of the working classes brought in by Mr Macnamara seeks to assist local authorities by obtaining hon-iug loans from the Government at lower interest, and repayable over longer period, than at present. The measure further provide
29 March 1901 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
THE PAYING PIG.

THE PAYING PIG.

As fares the growing store for making into bacon is concerned. th-» paying pig it the one that makes the heaviest weight on given qnantitv of food, the ru»*at being of good qaality. Fnrther. the time taken making the weight mid taken into consideration. It innet an animal the la
29 March 1901 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
A Popular Childrens’ Food. There are few children’s foods so universally popular with mothers as Brown & Poison’s Patent Corn

A Popular Childrens’ Food. There are few children’s foods so universally popular with mothers as Brown & Poison’s Patent Corn

Flour. For the past forty years it has always had a ready welcome in nurseries in all pans of the world. This is because, besides being a very wholesome and easily digested food, it has a pleasant delicate flavour even when simply prepared with milk,' which makes u very appetizi
29 March 1901 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
Redruth Brewery Company, Ltd., Fore-Street, & West-End Wine & Soirit Stores Jmo. Jameson, Jno. Powers, WT’TTTT Long John, Mel- And

Redruth Brewery Company, Ltd., Fore-Street, & West-End Wine & Soirit Stores Jmo. Jameson, Jno. Powers, WT’TTTT Long John, Mel- And

D. W. Distillsry Irish XjLxOjjLEi rose & other best Scotch brands HENNESSEY’S & MARTELL’S BRANDY. COATES’ Genuine Plymouth OXI4* Brewed ' l * od Hops in small Casks and Bottles And Oftffar«tt«s ot boat brand*.
01 March 1901 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
FORTUNES’ IRONIES.

FORTUNES’ IRONIES.

Instances have been known of men who have goue unbanned tbrongfat thousand perils by sea and land, only to be drowned shallow ditch at borne. A South African veteran wbo just died in Qrimsby Hospital adds another and striking { example to the list of fortunes ironies. He had pas
01 March 1901 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
ST. MAWES.

ST. MAWES.

As a lady, Mrs James, of Newton, was stepping into the Roseland at Falmouth quay she slipped aud fell partly in the water, knocking her head ou the steps. Capt. J. Jeukiugs ran to her assistance aud got her safely board. Arriving at St. Mawes she was taken home her daughter aud
01 March 1901 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England