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  • For Years: 1900 - 1949

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Cornish & Devon Post

Cornish & Devon Post Cornwall, England

4 May 1907

found her house. Her maid remarked: * I not to know what tho lady does.” Mr. Grey discharged the maid, and remanded Mrs. Turner for inquiry. ••THE SONS OF MARTHA.” Mr. Kipling hi. brok.n hi* long with * poem the Standard, entitled The Sons M*ith»; it

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West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser

West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

14 Dec 1908

devotional evening in connection with St. Mary's Wesley was held 1' Mr. H. Tretbow*n. Newquay, ** Chri«iti.’* Mr. T. pwidrd over » attendant*. Solos Mi-** E. Mr. J. Wool cock a Scripture. Mr. a. read the roll. Tea C'owrwrr, In rmmmtrtinm with St. Otcm«nt-atrfi

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West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser

West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

15 Jan 1903

local rat. payer*. , Mr. OaiTU—l h*vc *aid that that ta * raaei ol* the of existing trntt* • reoogui* d, **• Mr. 'Mr ■ora* K •y»k«B> r~~r Mr. foow—WhH-'i Hm b*m th* mor* tffioU»( ■ldo* IH7O, Ibe Bu*r> it tba voluuUry . n-how* Mr. Oaitik—Th*r« not bcae

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West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser

West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

26 Nov 1908

contributed Ms. Carlyon-Biitton was “Cornish Nuniisina'ies.’t His Majesty the Kinj;, of F, M. Paj» iUne* s. ha?» hon nn-ed Mr. with letter from «hich Kuo11t« to a«k Mr. Tafiet ta ♦■xpr. ~ to his »his sincere sympathy, it one time Mra. I‘ny‘t’s lilt* was despaired

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

5 May 1904

bow the outlawcs lire, Ac. And they were returning, there met with them two ladies in ryche chariot, drawn frith flee horses, and in the chayre set Lady May, accompanied with Lady Flora, richly appareled, and they saluted him with dirers goodlie songs, and

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

19 Jan 1939

support from subscribers. Officers elected for 1939 were: Chairman, Mr. George Hicks; secretary, Mr. B. Jayne; treasurer, Mr. Gordon Pedlar; conductor, Mr. Cyril Williams; librarian, Mr. Edwin Hosken; executive committee: Messrs. E. Pascoe, G. Williams

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

18 Feb 1937

the late Mr. F. H jj Pitcher, of Chygoon, Trebarval\f e ' r e \ took St. ?' 011 Frid morning. Rev. officiatedt/' reCU)r of Perranuthnoe, he mourners were Mrs. (Widow), Mrs. Potter and Mrs. 4,-, Ua (sisters), Mrs. A. Floyd (sister* m-Jaw), Mrs. Bettens

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West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser

West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

11 Nov 1920

decline. Mr. Eddy’s withdrawal was gard church matters, their complete I and in the constituency where his frank- accepted with deep regret, ignorance the dire poverty of the parish ! ness at meetings, his willingness to assist nomination of Mr. Abraham

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West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser

West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

27 Dec 1900

Government Boaid.—Mr. J. H. Bennetts—But I must inform Mr. Bases wen is perfectly wrong. We are recognised by tbe Local Government Board, although we arsnot Church of England people.—Mr. Ludlow —Who ate ••we?—Mr. Bennetts—Nonconformist Oburohee.— Mr. Boeoawen—There

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

31 Oct 1935

following were elected on the committee: President, Mr. C. V. Wills; chairman, Mr. A. Nuttall; vicechairman, Mr. R. Mitchell; secretary, Mr. N. Marks; treasurer, Mr. W. G. Drew; captain, Mr. W. Sowden; vice-capt., Mr. H. Whitty; committee: Messrs. Owen Clemence

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

23 Nov 1905

mounters were Mrs. Burton (widow). Mr. W. H. Burton, Croydon (son), Mrs. Jacobs. St. Austell, and Miss'J. Burton, St. Austell (daughters). Mr. and Mrs. C. Morris, Leigh-on Sea, Essex (nephew and niece), Mr. E. Morris (nephew). Mr. Durrani (nephew), Mr. Coleman

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

13 Dec 1928

sweets. —Mrs. B. Har and Mrs. S'. G. Scarborough^^^^^^ Children's toys —Mrs. Badcock, Misses May White, B. Sullifan, J. Chiffers. Fancy and handkerchiefs —'Mrs. W. J. Carne, Mrs. Madd'ern, Misses Kathleen Gilbert, Alice Bonetto. Refreshments —)Mrs. Pawlyn

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

21 Feb 1935

was a large attendance and Mr. L. Trenoweth was a capable M.C. At the close of play ri es were awarded the following:— Ladies.—l, Mrs. E. Glasion; 2, Mrs E. Jackson; 3 Mrs. J. Trembath. Gen'is— ■t, Master G. Osborne: 2, Mr. L. Trenoweth; 3, Mas.er D.

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

22 Jan 1942

waltz—played %is I shall never hear it played again, unless Esmond Knight recovers—not his sight, but his physical grip and mental grasp, and again dominates his orchestra and his great audience as he did on that unforgettable night, about a decade ago. Marie

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The Cornish Telegraph

The Cornish Telegraph Cornwall, England

28 May 1908

good would result from the visit of his colleague, and himself to England. It struck him that there wa» one essential point which the French merchant seeking market in F.ngland must not forget, it was to see that his goods or products were genuine and

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

9 Mar 1911

—President, the Mayor Truro (Mr. T. H. Beard); captain, Mr. C. R. Trethewy; vice-captain, Mr H, S. Frideaux; boo. treasurer, Mr. W. K. Grenfell; hon. auditor, Mr. W. H. Treweeke; captain 2nd XIL, Mr. L. Hoskins; secretary, 2nd XXL, Mr. G. Read; committee, Messrs

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

10 Jul 1902

expression to line of thought suggested by the Coronation. Mr. Hope continues “The Intrusions of Peggy,” and Mr. A. E. W. Mason “The Four Feathers.” “A New Dialogue the Dead” ia clever production. Mr. Laird Clowes depicts “The French Share in the Mutiny the Nore:

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Cornubian and Redruth Times

Cornubian and Redruth Times Cornwall, England

9 Jun 1906

valueless. on to the tiller with his feet pressed against was the face of Susanson. Yet that night in his bedroom he turned thc the bulwarks, and the frothy water was Jermy forgot all caution his terror and watch over and over in his hand, looking at next column

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West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser

West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

7 Dec 1908

Couurulor Thomas; secretaries. Rev. I. and Mr. S. Smith: treasurer. Mr. E. C. Argali; auditor. Mi. J. Dibbs. Viiilay vveniac, the St. I K. t'hurth, Truro, tea ami an entertainment ««-re ct't’n hi the ladies. A laiße number 'at down tea, and the schoolroom

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

26 Jun 1947

by the Mayor (Mr. J. T. Trezise) and Town Council, Officers elected Were: President, Mrs. R. C. Lawry; hon. treasurer, Mr. J. s. Jenkin; hon. assistant treasurer. Mr. G. L. Mabbott; hon. secretary, Mr. Rex Carr; hon. team secretary, Mr. B. Batten; and

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