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  • For Years: 1900 - 1949

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

4 Apr 1928

were elected: President, Mrs. C. H. Le Grice; horn secretary, Mrs M. Dunn; treasurer, Mr. J. Laird. One the most pleasing pictures exhibited in the Newlyn Art Gallery re' cently, was a very happy oil from the easy brush of Mr. R. M. Hughes; its title

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Cornubian and Redruth Times

Cornubian and Redruth Times Cornwall, England

27 Mar 1903

your They have pretty outlook. The the lady .upercihourly. kind enouch t.. address me * exclaimed. am the Lady Georg,u. Clntrter,.. Mr*. Hover, if you pleare.*’ . , , . V faint amused smile crept alxiut the lady lips, *?’ ,00k lik. a Lord D»rk«oml. “You're

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

19 Apr 1900

Rickard and I>. Williams were nominated. After some dis- cussion, Mr. Williams' nominee, Mr. W. Lockett, withdrew his nomination, and Mr. Rickard was elec'.ed. Captains G. Ellis and J. Symons and Mr. J. Biddiok were elected adli tional sidesmen, .Messrs. Duggua

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

15 Dec 1910

(U.), 4,280 T. Snape (L.), The General was shouldered his delighted supporters and carried Webb’s Hotel, whither also Mr. Foot was his friends. The appearance the window the hotel the new M.F. and his defeated opponent was the signal for a tremendous outburst

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

17 Dec 1931

whist drive on Wednesday, were:— Ladies—l, Mrs. Thomas; 2, Mrs. Gibson; 3. Mrs. J. Willoock; consolation, Mrs, Badcock. Gentlemen—l, Mr. J. Will slier; 2, Mr. W. Halse; 3, Mr. A. Mat 1 shews; consolation, Mr. Badcock. Mr J. was M.C. MOUSEHOLE. connection

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Cornubian and Redruth Times

Cornubian and Redruth Times Cornwall, England

24 Jul 1903

Wells, Loly M. Leven, Lady Pemhyii. th- Bishop of Peterborough. the Bishop of Rochester, ’he Hon. Mrs Talbot. Mrs Davidson, the Bishop of Bristol, the Bishop Bt. Andrews, Lady - Mrs Den®oo, L-irl Peurhyn. Lord St. Levan. Mr® Fortocne. Mrs Davis. Captain the

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

10 Oct 1912

Mitrheii. arid tli** wrrif^ a solo was reio.er.sl hv Mr. Maynard and an in entitled I’ruise the Lord the H.a-..n. ador.- him’' was excellently rendered. Hi. solmsta benj, Mi-s Maud Hiehar.ls and Mr. .ia« k Iviirrall. In tin- Afternoon tl»o Rev Xltf-jl

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

20 Jul 1901

Princess Anna of Hohealohe, Lady Mary Mormon, Lady Cloobrock and the Misses Dillon, Baroness Edmond ds Rothschild, Sir Lawrence and Lady Jones, d’Aren berg, Mrs. Spencer Stanhope. Sir P. and Lady Hogg, Mrs. Wellesley, Lady Jeasel. Colonel and Jin. Bloomfield

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

30 Jul 1909

Hot a a And Brown hat all the omiplamts n•(errd to hint?' Mr. White: no Y.e. dear. 1 obeli have to h•ve my whi.ker• off. Baby a pulling 'cm the mote.' Mrs. Wilde: How .:n• of you. ler Mr only thing that baby .r. Now . ru threaten take the asset

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

17 Aug 1911

Bridgwater; Dr. and Mrs. Hayward and fauiilr, Liverpool; Mr. and Mrs. Humphries, Muswellbrook; Mr and Mrs. T. Page and Min Page, Eton; Dr. and Mrs. Stallard, Kensington; Dr. Maclaren M'llraith, Manchester; Mr. and Mrs Old and J. Old, Torquay; Mrs. Barclay and

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

24 Feb 1938

organised by St. Ives Ladies' Lifeboat. Committee. The prizewinners were: —Ladies- —1, Mrs. Smith; 2, Mrs. J. T. Uren; 3, Mrs. Williams; interval, Mrs. Rouncefield; consolation, Mrs. W. D. Stevens. Gents 1, Capt. L. P. Pike; 2, Mr A. Rich; 3, Mr. G. Pearce; interval

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

5 Jul 1902

it had alreadj been oarriid.—Mr. Thuell rose to speak, but was ruled out order.—Mr. Phillips :If Mr. Thuell does not know when he is beatm he ought to told The Chairman : Order, please. Let us not go iuto personalities. Mr. Powell said if he had known

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

19 Jan 1939

Nanpean to play. super beef front 36a, to 400. 6d. ordinary grade his shot. The ball through his hands doubt din. to the constant changes in the BOBCASTLE MEN'S CLUB v. ST. BREWARD Fell and Mrs. Edwards lit Browning and Miss Barrett, 21-13; lost to Webster

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

29 Oct 1936

were Mrs. C. Pearce, Mis. Hornby, Mrs. Bunn, Mr. 0. Richards, and Mr. YV. H. Prizewinners were: Ladies, Mrs. C. _ Mrs. Hornby; gentlemen, Mrs. splaying as gentleman), Mr. C. - -Jharas. T ue prizes were presented > j the chairman of the branch (Mrs. H.

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Cornubian and Redruth Times

Cornubian and Redruth Times Cornwall, England

18 Jul 1902

word lady. “She! How could she? Lady Leigh did not know her.” “ If you please, lord, she Mrs. Ainslie’s governess, and has often brouglil the little misses to sec lady.” “ Send her in, cried Lord Leigh : and. dropping on divan, put his ellxm-s his knees

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

26 Dec 1913

M A., who ort.ti by Mrt It., W. Iln n. C A.. of Hen W. Harktrearee Coop F.H.H.S., Mr. W. laeseon C.O Mr. ar.d Alfred Mr If M V. Westlake. Hoe. Mrs A ies Mary Berlina. Mrs. A Tresayu , . Mom Mary Bear sett, and the eskool leaf. Atter the hymn - Now thank

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

1 Mar 1934

a jury to try the case: Mr. Buster. Miss Duster, Miss Bisto, Mr. Miss Hannah Oldboy, Miss Nob, Mr. Gob, Mr. Blotto, Mr. Spotta, Mr. Squeak, Mrs. Grunt, Mrs. Hadenough. The prisoners: Robin Banks (Mr. E. Collins), Gil T. Man (Mr. J. Gilbert); Counsel for

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

15 Nov 1928

Mrs. T. Richards, Mr. a'ul Mis. E. Oatey, Mrs. Purchase, Mrs. :-hoil, Mrs Newton, Mis. Osborne, Mrs. 1 J. Rigglcstone, Mrs. McCurran, Mr. and Mis. O. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Pellow. Mr.% Gla son (cousin), Mr. and View article

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

18 Sep 1930

presided over by Mr. A. C. Barnes. the close of play, Mrs. James presented prizes to the following:—Ladies—l, Mrs. Hitchens ; 2, Mrs. Angwin; 3, Mr. Jelbert. Gentlemen—l, Mr. Payne; 2, Mr. Trewkella; 3, Mr. Francis. Later in the week Mrs. James presided

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

10 Jan 1903

wa. ««te>ng about ith Lady Lady Herbert of Lea wao alto to seen j and Lady Charlca Bereoford was to right blue with a black and white rufße; Lady llmtland'o attire was »Uv«i«l touches of brilliant emerald green ; Mr. and Mrs. Beau . were intent doing

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