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DUNDEE SHOPKEEPERS' HOLIDAYS.

DUNDEE SHOPKEEPERS' HOLIDAYS.

THE ALBION HOU9E SYSTEM. Mr William Menzies, the proprietor of the Albion House, has inaugurated a system of whole-day holidays for his assistants, and on the occasion of the annual dance of the employees held in Gray's Rooms last might expressed the hope that other shopkeeper®
15 February 1906 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Chas. Forde's Bile Beans for Bilioussl? ness contain no minerals, no mercury, and no aloes or other drastic drugs, but

Chas. Forde's Bile Beans for Bilioussl? ness contain no minerals, no mercury, and no aloes or other drastic drugs, but

are a purely vegetable remedy which acts so gently that a child may safely use it, yet so persistently and positively that a permanent cure e^ in the most obstinate cases. Biliousness " provide positive care
15 February 1906 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
(TEADB MARK.)

(TEADB MARK.)

BEST PRESERVED FRUITSPREPARED BY F. H* & J. B. Dixon BT. CLEMENT’S FACTORY, TRURO SEBVBD TO THEIR ROYAL HIGHS ESSES THE Prince & Princess OF WALES, AT THE ROYAL BANOCET. 149 NETHERTON & ORTH, 6 and 7, LEMON STREET (Oproanc the Eorai, Hoiil), I'IUNTKRS, TRURO. STATIONERS, BOOKSEL
15 February 1906 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
FOR OO O D

FOR OO O D

FOR O D F U rnlt u re ALL KINDS «0 TO W. H. Bailey. 20. ST il AST'S STREET. TBCR‘>. PKICE3 ARK 25 PER CENT. BELOW THAT OTHER PIP.MS. A Visit Otit Show-Rooms will 153) an- TO LET. Gram pound-road, a deeirabla detached RESIDENCE, near station, acre. poascaaion. Rent t«r annum. Appl
15 February 1906 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
PENRYN.

PENRYN.

Mr P. CopHn, of St. Gluvias street, was attacked the stable a young cow. winch had recently calved. The beast gored him bad’.v in several places, and drove one born into bis eve. There is every of saving the eye. Penryn Auxiliary of the Religious Tract Society held its animal me
15 February 1906 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
NEWQUAY.

NEWQUAY.

Dr. Martin, of Peiitire, has shot a fine specimen of the g&llina vulgaris vagans at Pen mere. This bird was of the Mack species, and in excellent plumage. On Wednesday wetk the Rev. Nehemiah Curnock. who visiting Cornwall in the place f the President of the Conference, preached
15 February 1906 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
telei and Brent* Advertised

telei and Brent* Advertised

Fbb. JYp»*rtr Me. Truro-Mr. John Kmc St** i, , r^, *- '"»l Hope-J T Miu-l.ell *'' • Fee- 17. Furniture Sale. raa»low-sir. Jae KleboUa. Sale St. ColOMb rattle Market-Sir. John Mar. at Truro Cattle Market-M, L. Blamer and Me ol Fruit Tree., etc.. Truro-Mere, John Julian and Co.
15 February 1906 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
PROBUB.

PROBUB.

Members of the Grampound-road Total Abstinence Society gave an admirable entertainment in the Probus Temperance Hall on Wednesday evening week. Mies A. G. Duff, formerly of Grampoundroad Council School, obtained her degree the Christmas examination held at Bloomsburv-square. and
15 February 1906 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
CHACEWATER.

CHACEWATER.

Aft<y spending about, eighteen years in California. Mr. Joseph Bryant, formerly of Seveock. near Chacewater, is now doing well at Johannesburg. His wife, two daughters, and their husbands are also there. Mr. W. Elfnnk formerly of Greenbottom, near Chacewater, recently returned t
15 February 1906 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
St- Austell Railway Men

St- Austell Railway Men

The staff of the G.W.R. Co. at St. Austell held their annual dinner in the Queen Head Hotel, on Tuesday night, Mr. Arthur Cocde presiding.-Mr. T. Cobourne (stationmaster! said! that last year had been the best on record. The china clay traffic had creased over 1,500 tons, fish t
15 February 1906 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England