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Description: Two clippings from The Cornishman of Holman Bros Rock Drill and other advertisements on reverse side: Phillips redruth advertising ‘football boots up to date’ and J Rough, Camborne tailors advertising ‘Suitings and Trouserings’. Holman advertisements are for the Rock Drill which helps to ‘prevent disease’ and the second advertisement generally for boilers, pumping and winding engines and all kinds of mining machinery.
Record Number: 753275

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Creator: The Cornishman
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Date: c1905
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