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  • County: Cornwall, England
  • For Years: 1900 - 1949
  • Type: Illustrated

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The Cornish Telegraph

The Cornish Telegraph Cornwall, England

29 Dec 1910

since winning his spurs as Member of the Laboiu Party. It was his second cousin. Mr Ernest Thomas, cx-M.P. in West Am tralia, who an enthusiastic Tariff former challenged Mr. Ifoskcn’s speech at the Chamber of Couimcrce Mr. Josiah Thomas has twice held

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

7 Feb 1935

was lied in high regard laird Vision and hi, lanyi'y. The fun I-oh pl., at lhdnuic on Saturday. The oourner, wore the WHIM' liar and J.thn .ons; Mr.. Sounder , . Mr,. A. Mr.. W. 1.:14n. thug , tro, Mr. Sounder., grandson; Mr. and Mr,. ',ark bruther and sist

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

24 Apr 1930

PETER,. Sire. Tibberton Ringleader; Dam. Lady by Born Friar. ROUTE: — MONDAYS.—Mr. NiebolCP, Burn. from 4 to 6. home the night. TUFADAYS.—Mr. RupPelFP, Penellick, Rt. Pinnoek. 4 to 6. Badham. the night. WEDNESDAYR.—Mr. Maddereep. Hall, Pelynt. sto 7. Home

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

10 Jan 1903

Board of Education at heretofore. Mrs. G. N. Game and Mr. C. Bnllmore (owe 3), beat Mia S. B. Fox and Col. Bidgway (receive S), 12 15,15 to 12,15 to 13. Mrs. Bnllmore and Mr. R. Barclay Fox (acratcb), beat Mia Libby aad Mr. Klaaabd- Jeokina (owe 1), 9 to

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West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser

West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

30 Nov 1908

When the young man received it, his heart beat with a great joy, and his eyes gleamed with a strange light. He was tempted to pen and, write his acceptance of the invitation at once. But did not. Instead, he sat back in his chair and thought. •’Not yet.”

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The Cornish Telegraph

The Cornish Telegraph Cornwall, England

26 Feb 1914

father did before me,” Mr. J. Laird: song, “When sweet Marie was sixteen,” Mr. Nicholls; song, ‘The ragtime soldier man,” Mr. W. Billington; song. “She pushed me into the parlour,” Mr. J. Cloke; banjo solo, “The Swanee river,” Mr. W. White. Part 2—Song

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

24 Jan 1903

making his hearer stoop suddenly to catch the frail little figure in his arms, swing it his knees, and lie back coddling it close to his arms. Been so, almost touching each other, the two faces looked of an age; for Ronald’s had a gravity beyond his years

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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

25 May 1911

week include: Mr. and Mrs, Spencer, maid and chauffeur; Mrs. Mainwaring, Ellismere; Kiss T. ‘Cotton, Overton-on-Dee; Mr. Leslie Boyce, Pinchbeck Hall. Line.; Mr. Themas Richards and Mr. Norman Hulsekoff, Lyndhurat, Lowestoft; Mr. and Mrs. Doxford, Sunderland;

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Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser

Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

10 Dec 1909

such Egypt Algiers. Lady Stanhope is staying with Hr. Richard Stanhope Reveeby Abbey, Lincolnshire. The Bevesby estates were bequeathed by the late Mr, Bonks Stanhope to Mr. Edward Stanhope, from whom they passed his nephew, Mr. Richard Stanhope; Beveeby

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West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser

West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

28 Dec 1908

long.” , . . , Her eves sought his face anxiously, p.eadinvlv bat had hidden it his hands. Will you.” she whisoered. ” I cannot otherwise make yon my trustee.” His hands dropped and slid noon his knees hs-side her. while his eves sought hers. ” Promise

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

13 Apr 1917

colt, Mr.. &MO rest/. Mr. on her hee'llt. All Chemist., Is. 341, per bin teat brat of yours has thrown a brick through ihr.ther•ia-lash Mr. and Mies !fencer. Mr. lumens. 410 tablet.. er 6 for 9d, or pilotage free toy J. we anti Mr. slid Mrs. Hayward

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

19 Dec 1924

Uolanti, Mr. F. Parkyn, Mr. Hobby and Mr. Tuckett, in an appropriate •. declared the open. The following ladies sad acted as stall•holders and dowers and vegetables—Mrs. • . Martin. Miss )etherton; cake and Mrs. Tuekett, Miss Hobbs; plain work—Mrs, Nicholls

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Cornubian and Redruth Times

Cornubian and Redruth Times Cornwall, England

25 Jul 1902

Kuj'ert in his clasp, kissed his lovely little face, and, with him his arms, his mother, ami e\i>!aisje«l his sudden T. only lunch, and in:iTto immcdiaioly after. After lunch, Kenneth and his mother went to the library. I** some alterations Lady Hurt on’s

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

8 Feb 1907

Mat OD The ilium. (Mr. I.yeel re-appointed to the wait. the mottos of Mr. J. Carhart.J seem' drd by Mr. W. K. Brewer.—lls tsuauman eulogised the work Lyme lad d,,e behalf of the cloak-- Mr. Lymx is meeting fur kis re-elastics. laird ftu• members to pull

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

28 Aug 1903

elder, Lady Maud CPCiI, was married to the present Earl of *Horne is 1883. Lady tlerenelolen, who pommies a full share of the literary talent of the family, of late rare been actively associated with het father in his public work. The third, Lady Fanny

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

18 Jul 1907

Truro. Lord and Lady Arthur Hill, Lord and Lady the church of St. Peter, the required bal- r€Xa tta was in great measure due. The . CffMffl •upporters the Lower House coul 7 and he has told these lads tliat should Knollys, Mr. Gerald snd Lady Betty Balance

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

11 Oct 1901

The following took part : Misses Grainger 121 and F.nnis ell, the Joliffe family. Mr. W. Dunstone. Miss Rowse. Mr..). C. Youlden, Misses Truscott OZ. Mr. J. W. Harris. Mrs. Skinner. Misses Hambly. Little. and Menear. Messrs. Skinner. Pearce. Ebdy. and W

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

27 May 1948

recent first annua general meeting were: President Mr. M. Lawrey; chairman, Mr. b' Stevens; secretary, Mr. H. A. 801- weil; treasurer, Mr. W. D. Moon Newly-elected vice-chairman is Mr W. B. P. Moon, and Mr. W. Eddy is entertainments secretary. The Club will

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Royal Cornwall Gazette

Royal Cornwall Gazette Cornwall, England

11 Feb 1909

peasant returning his humble cot,” sbs wont on enthusiastically—” his sturdy figure outlined against the setting sun faithful collie at his side, and his plough upon his shoulder I’’ Lady: I want put in this advertisement a cook. It will go in three lines

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