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School for Girls, Redruth. Head Mistress : Mrs. F. Thomas : Grammar School Principal: Mb. F. Thomas, L. Mus, L.C.M.,

School for Girls, Redruth. Head Mistress : Mrs. F. Thomas : Grammar School Principal: Mb. F. Thomas, L. Mus, L.C.M.,

F.S.Sc, (London). Extra Subjects: Organ, Plano,'Violin, Mandoline, Banjo, Guitar. Singing, Harmony, Dancing. IKK) buccohscs, including Professional Diplomas. Camborne and St. Ives visited.
4 April 1907 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
MONEY.

MONEY.

L“U'l on Mortgage, from,£->0 to £(300. | Applv to Mr. A U. Jenkiu, at his Oflßcef, 32. Fort-street, Redrulli, or 3, Peuztnce. 4JI GO TO H. P. FOUYER Watches and Jewellery, Pianos and Organs, and Sewing Machines. QUALITY & PRICES UNEQUALLED. 2i, Trelowarren - 5t., CAMBORNE.
4 April 1907 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
TROON.

TROON.

Troon Wbsliyank.— Troon We«leym Baoday-*cbool childmn mot the uppor school room on Good Friday affcornoon, to noeiTe their prize*. public te* *** bald In the A public meotioe followed in ch.pol. when eddrenaee warn daliTcrod by the oßoere and tenehor* of the Sunday echool. Tboos
4 April 1907 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
Act £iHe sn«sW«e.

Act £iHe sn«sW«e.

Sold everywhere In boxes, price (S 6 pills) & 2J9 (168 pills). REPRIEVE HUKAUE RATHER. [r. Gladstone gives decision earlier than expected. How Prisoner heard contents of Home Secretary's Letter. Mrs Rayner’s Joy. Horace (George Rayner has reprieved. The rcqaeet for mercy, voiced
4 April 1907 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
THE SECRET COMMISSION BUSINESS.

THE SECRET COMMISSION BUSINESS.

was scarcely to expected, says writer in the Motor, that traders whose only idea of busi- Brown Pohons^l)^ raising powder "Paisley Flour" > is a time saver when baking at home—quick and easy work ; and a money saver —no loss, and fewer eggs and less butter required. aPesu/f—-Lig
4 April 1907 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
A GWEMNAP THEFI.

A GWEMNAP THEFI.

GWEMNAP THEFI. At East Harrier Sessions, Mebel Beetrice Vigne, single, of Cera Brae, wan ebaeged with stealing £5, the moneys of Charles Opie, engine-driver Owennap. A ceased, who delicate health, cried bitterly throngboot the hesring.—Prosecutor said bo pet £9 10a. in gold and s
4 April 1907 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
LADY POETS

LADY POETS

BOX'S RILLS
4 April 1907 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
CHAPTER XXX. THE CORNUBIAN—ApriI 4, 1807

CHAPTER XXX. THE CORNUBIAN—ApriI 4, 1807

CHAPTER XXX. THE CORNUBIAN—ApriI rtr>»B-exal£nnacT<m, nowever, <tfKl ot ier, tl»t* Countess Itaudon. was not Caro- Jiue Her nam# was Catherine, not Caroline. Some time before he had had an interview with the claimant, who appeared to him to be anxious And out what was his mother’
4 April 1907 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
MATRIMONIAL TIMES

MATRIMONIAL TIMES

The cbeepeet, beat, and qnickaat introdnetory median) for all wtehing to get married. Price 81 aealad enTelope,—Addreea— Editor, ROBEBT RADFORD, 6, Feetheratone BiUdlnga, Holborn, London, W.C. SB. “Box'® Pill* my henllh, That to i* untold wealth.'* “Bt Rome nnknown power, that l
18 April 1907 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
LONDON-UOR.NISH ; NOTFS. OFFICES, 502, Bikkbeck Chamdies. UuLBOKN, Whit-Frlday Cornwall. I hear Mr. W Jewell, ol Kedraibian now residing who

LONDON-UOR.NISH ; NOTFS. OFFICES, 502, Bikkbeck Chamdies. UuLBOKN, Whit-Frlday Cornwall. I hear Mr. W Jewell, ol Kedraibian now residing who

is organist and choirmaster All bool « I'aiish Church there, lUhi there bit Friday excorsion Cornwall, leaving Manchester Whit-Tl.ursday night arriving at Penzance next morning. n»« tiaiu will start on its ret -• journey 0.10 p |the same night, and due at Manchester at 3 15. am.
18 April 1907 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England