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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at any time by applying to the Tenants. For further information apP l ? to the Auctioneer, Mr. John Coad, Treleague, St. Keverne ; or to. .__.,, Messrs. GRYLLS, HILL and HILL, Solicitors, Cross-street, Helston. Dated Helston, January 2nd, 1899. Subscribers-only content

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    One-year old colt, calculated for hack or hunter- l, E. Jacka, Lanner ; 2, Johu Dunstan.Truasall. Wendron; 2, Jehu Coad, Treleague, Bt. Keverne. Brood mares, calculated for general purposes of hus- bandry, having a foal by her side or to Subscribers-only content

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    - Lugg, Trevas, Lizard ;' 2, J. F. Davis, Mawgan; h.c, - Hearle, Treuevas, St. Anthony ; and John Coad, Treleague, St. Keverne. Shorthorn bulls, urder 2 years old on the Ist of June, 1884- 1, Jno. Lambrick, Eoskruge, St. Subscribers-only content

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    of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m., and any further particulars may be obtained on appli- cation to Mr. John Coao, Treleague, St. Keverne, or to Messrs. HARLE-COCK, and PARKIN, Solicitors, Truro. The highest or any tender will not neces- sarily Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The Auctioneers recommend the above cattle to butchers, as tbe majority have beea specially fed for tbe Christmas markets. Dated Treleague, St. Keverne, December Ist, 1900. JOHN JULIAN & Co., F.A.1., AUCTIONEERS, SURVEYORS, VALUERS FOR PROBATE OR TRANSFER. FIRE LOSS Subscribers-only content

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    the Government and the members for West Cornwall and dis- approved of the candidature of Mr. Atkinson. Mr. John Code (Treleague; seconded the amendment. On a show of hands the resolution was carried, and in making this announcement Sir Vybll Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Board of Guardians held their annual sitting last week, Mr. John | Goad, of Treleague, St. Eeverne, being in the chair. The i other members of the committee were Messrs. Williams | Hendy, Boskruge, Cummins, Hosking, and Sincock. The cases Subscribers-only content

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