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03 August 1867 - Cornish Echo and Falmouth & Penryn Times - Falmouth, Cornwall, England
 
PROMOTION FROM THE RANKS.

PROMOTION FROM THE RANKS.

The following extract from Battalion Orders, which la so highly crolitAble to all parties concerned, is oonsolatory, aa showing that promotion fr o m th e remo t is not entirely abolished in the british Army :- - - - Extract from Battalion Orders, dated Shorncliffe, July 20, 186
03 August 1867 - Cornish Echo and Falmouth & Penryn Times - Falmouth, Cornwall, England
 
Swat. FAJAII. 0 LT I'll

Swat. FAJAII. 0 LT I'll

Swat. 0 LT I'll Cemmereial & Mathematical KLMBERLEY HOUSE. Head Master—Mr. J. BROAD EADE. Second Master—Mr. J. LEWARNE. French Muter—Mons. C. FREEL, Diplome. Drilling Master—Mr. WALLACE. PUPILS prepared for the Civil Service, the Oxford - Local Examinations,/ for General Mercanti
03 August 1867 - Cornish Echo and Falmouth & Penryn Times - Falmouth, Cornwall, England
 
FLUI US MUM lIPATi.

FLUI US MUM lIPATi.

US MUM lIPATi. 1862. flpfl IS OFFICE, established 10 years, and the first to insure Plate has received uraards of 40,0 V Proposal, and promptly replaced damages amounting to £38,000. No charge for stamps on policies transferred from other Offices. ROBERTS, Jun., Builder, Re., Arw
03 August 1867 - Cornish Echo and Falmouth & Penryn Times - Falmouth, Cornwall, England
 
THE TRADE WE ARE DOING.

THE TRADE WE ARE DOING.

The Board of Trade returns for the past month indicate a steady amount of business The total &glared value of our shipments was 15,40(0611., being an increase of 6 per cent. compared with June, 1866, and of 17 percent. on June, 1665. The exportation of yarns of all kinds, cotton
03 August 1867 - Cornish Echo and Falmouth & Penryn Times - Falmouth, Cornwall, England
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

MARK-LANE, There was again a very poor show of toglish wheat bin to-day coastwise and br lend•carriage. Although the trade was by no means acUve, prices, compared with Monday lsd. advanced la. to b. per quarter. The general condition off the suppis was foreign wheat we were tole
03 August 1867 - Cornish Echo and Falmouth & Penryn Times - Falmouth, Cornwall, England
 
TEA CHEAPER THAN EVEII. STRONG lII.AcK TEAS, l 01. 1 d VERY EXCELLENT BLACK TEA ia now only ter lb.

TEA CHEAPER THAN EVEII. STRONG lII.AcK TEAS, l 01. 1 d VERY EXCELLENT BLACK TEA ia now only ter lb.

131IILLIPS & CO., TEA MERCHANTS, 1. 8, KING WILLIAM BT., CITY, LONDON, KC. RARE CHOICE COFFEE, le Id per lb. CV RRR 3 R POST TEM. SVGA= AT PIICII. A LEADED PACKAGE containing S lbs. of really good I:LACK TKA carriage free to any railway station or market town in England, Irehoit
03 August 1867 - Cornish Echo and Falmouth & Penryn Times - Falmouth, Cornwall, England
 
W. 0. GILL, GYLLYNG STREET, FALMOUTH, TAXIDERMIST. BIRDS AND AstuAts preserved and stuffed at the lowest possible charges. RARE BIRDS

W. 0. GILL, GYLLYNG STREET, FALMOUTH, TAXIDERMIST. BIRDS AND AstuAts preserved and stuffed at the lowest possible charges. RARE BIRDS

bought at the highest prices. Foams s bought, sold, or exchanged. Birds in Cases and under Shades always on sale at moderate prices.
03 August 1867 - Cornish Echo and Falmouth & Penryn Times - Falmouth, Cornwall, England
 
404.44 eg/P-1-86-6•4% SLADE OLVER

404.44 eg/P-1-86-6•4% SLADE OLVER

eg /P-1-8 6-6•4% SLADE OLVER STRAND, FA_LMOTJ T IRONMONGER, PLUMBER, GAS F
02 April 1870 - Cornish Echo and Falmouth & Penryn Times - Falmouth, Cornwall, England
 
EARL RUSSELL ON THE EDUCATION

EARL RUSSELL ON THE EDUCATION

BILL. Rumen his addressed. Ban Remo, the following ts Kr. Fortier : "I we Naysi ses a fla z it sa ear peat aellessi odeaWasa Ms ma wta ltre meal ; I NM sun ea Mt tibia awed the Si I Ilia the Illoientere awe quite la SMARM. door onsiby Markle elarehata Ma • I plat troa medals% Ga
02 April 1870 - Cornish Echo and Falmouth & Penryn Times - Falmouth, Cornwall, England