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£ E SHOD

£ E SHOD

SHOD With Footwear ot the BioneT SrunsaßO, and bring tame to the Beat tor Krpalre In the Trade. HARRIS, PnacTiOAL Bootmakbb, Shuts Row, U H THE COFFEE TAVERN H. T. SMITH, FBOFNIEIOB (Cloea to Heilwtr Station and Market Bonee), REDRUTH. HOT ft COLD LUNCBEONB DAILY. Good toe cyolle
14 April 1921 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
NOTICES.

NOTICES.

SBOONI>>BAND Furniture Dougbt sad •old In nay qusnttty.—County Second Band Storm, tUru Street, Truro. lie
14 April 1921 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
negotiations break down.

negotiations break down.

STRIKE ULTIMATUM FOR TOMORROW NIGHT. MR. LLOYD QEOROE’S SPEECH. eoatwrao. ween the Ooverament, the executive of the Mlaete' FederaMoa, rad the executive of the Mining Aaaoolatioa opeaed oa Meaday. The Prime Mlalster explalaed that It the bortaem of the Government to adopt peifee
14 April 1921 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
AMHL 14, If*l.

AMHL 14, If*l.

14, If*l. tag Kt. OUdM'i lira, ha yMM and* Am taarUMuA MektlMlowL AthawM lMTte| aomeoße eomtai Mm him, dropped the (owl uA im ewey. Ib *tow the niM’e prerloni gooA ehanele* hie ■pleodld war reeord, the Baoeh aA]earaaA the eeaa tar IhMe mMlha. HUSBAND BUHMOHBD. —Aa WAeeof 7a. BA.
14 April 1921 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
ENCOURAGING MEETINGS AT

ENCOURAGING MEETINGS AT

REDRUTH. Affairs In the East, according to the repent of the four Straits mines given on Thursday, seem ta be fairly encouraging. Bambotan showed profit on the year £35,408, Oopeng £97,390. Fenskalen £15,413. and Tekfca-Talplng £41,477, total Of £181,661. A fairly large and repr
21 April 1921 - Cornubian and Redruth Times - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 
DISS BLANKET CHARITY,

DISS BLANKET CHARITY,

CALLING IN BLANKETS. ALL who have borrowed Blankets will please return them to the Church Hall, ON TUESDAY, APRIL 26th, between the hours of 10 and 12.30. The Biss Express,
15 April 1921 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
RIGKINGHALL. A Vestry Meeting for the two Rickinghails was held last week, the (Rev H K Brown) presiding The accounts

RIGKINGHALL. A Vestry Meeting for the two Rickinghails was held last week, the (Rev H K Brown) presiding The accounts

(or the lower parish disclosed deficiency nearly £6 The Rector’s warden (Mr. W. Palmer), who had served 16 years, offered his resignation, which was accepted with regret, and the appointment of his successor was deferred. Mr. K H. Wilson was elected people’s warden The financial
15 April 1921 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
SOME USEFUL RECIPES,

SOME USEFUL RECIPES,

Sponge Finger Biscuits. —Place basin over a basin of boiling water; drop into it two eggs and three tablespoonfuls of sugar. Beat well, and stir lightly into this tour tablespoonfuls flour and pinch of baking powder. Add few drops of essence of lemon in a dessertspoonful boiling
15 April 1921 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
later. Both succeed in ordinary garden soil in sunny positions, or in positions not much shaded. The varieties of Clarkia

later. Both succeed in ordinary garden soil in sunny positions, or in positions not much shaded. The varieties of Clarkia

clegans grow from 2ft. to 2.Jft. high, those E. pulchelht lift., except the dwarf sorts which are popular for bedding, and not exceed Ift. Godetias vary in height from 9in. to nearly or quite 3ft.; there is a choice selection of sorts and colours in single and double blossoms. T
15 April 1921 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
THE LAST OF THE SIXTH SERIES OF O R. Gr A. N MR. CLIFTON C.

THE LAST OF THE SIXTH SERIES OF O R. Gr A. N MR. CLIFTON C.

THE DISS EXPRESS, AND NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK JOURNAL—FRIDAY, API.IL 8, 1921.
08 April 1921 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England