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  • County: Cornwall, England
  • For Years: 1920 - 1929

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

3 Feb 1922

about the work o. Mr. and his Government. We were reedy ti forgive and Write but there were some things we could not, forget, and one of them was the cendract of Mr. Asquith , n the early Pert of the war. We were not going to have Mr. Asquith'. Government

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Type: Advertisement
Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

23 Nov 1921

had had to pay twice as much for his labouir. ap ba, > The worker, the other hand, said tih< isheffleld ana Birkenhead. cost of living was still so high that In, Glasgow the newa caased grave wis to keep pace with his position befor( concern. Th 1 first

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Type: Article
Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

22 Dec 1926

evening was spent. . e Beckerwere: Ladies, Ist prize, M'- p:,.), leg (aedng lady) ilentef prize. ' J lh jS presenting the prizes, Miss Oh: spoke in eulogistic terms the work of the branch, and wished then prosperity. Mr. Laird prop _ thanks to Miss The M.C's

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

1 Nov 1928

too, his lordship makes it a point of putting the accused's ease lucidly before the ladies and gentlemen who arc trying and his kindly and sympathetic manner is exceedingly pleasing. Bin lordship had sitting by him as his marshal this assize Mr. D. G

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Type: Article
West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser

West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

9 Feb 1920

tilh'd his tionoral (euntod pirtim* that lookrd down ii|hin him from tin* wail. It a Mill portrait laird lady, with soft hrow »i hail and a wistful expression. your mother,” said uuiotly. 'l’ho toast was drunk in >llolll*o. As ho put down his glass, tin*

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Type: Illustrated
Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

10 Dec 1924

E. Mabbott, to present to Mr. and Mrs. Powell, a beaten copper fire screen stand, which had been made Mr. W. Pezzack, and purchased by members of the audience tihere, as a memento of Newlyn, to the pastor and his wife. Mr. Powell was surprised, that for

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West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser

West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

14 Jun 1923

Austell, on Tuesday, the marriage was solemnised Miss Elsie Lilian Cook, elder dnughter Mr. and Mrs. tV. J. Cook, Trevarrick, St. Anstell, and Mr. Cecil Charles son Mr. and Mr«. Thurston, of Park, London., the R*v. O. officiating. The hrMe, given away her father

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

14 Jan 1925

morning and evening by the Rev. Geo. Gifford:, St. Burvan. Special music by the choir was directed by Mr. J. Irving Thomas. In the afternoon Mr. J. Laird, of Newly n, presided at interesting service, when the Misses Cooke, Rowe, W. Saundiy and G. Trewavas

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West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser

West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

10 Jun 1920

RBTIIUNO LIBERAL SBC RETART PRESENTATION TO MR. E. C. PERRY. A representative gathering tin? Liberals, of Heron and Cornwall at the Liberal Club. Ptrmouth. on Saturday, haite farewell to Mr. E. C. Perry, who mas retiring front the position of Secretary

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

1 Dec 1920

Monday evening. The chair was occupied by Mr. G. Richards. The speaker was. the Rev. T. Little. Three little girls of Trewel laird also took part. There was adeo special singing, led by Mr. Hall, organist. Mr. James Eddy, of Nancher row-terrace, left

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

29 Apr 1925

those who build cathedrals. —Mr. H. R. Selley. I am not sure that the future London may not disappear. I hope it will. —Mr. Bernard Shaw. Divorce is rapidly becoming a relief foT the guilty instead of a remedy for the innocent. —Mr. Justice Swift. Woman was

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

17 Sep 1926

evidenced that they were as a shock of ripened corn and ready for the garner of our laird. that others in a good old age shelved a ripeness for the Kingdom of Heaven. Ile urged his hearers to see that conic What may. they should see to it that they were as ripening

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

8 Apr 1927

large J. Watkins, and Mr. F. A. Prophet, hon. treasurer. Mr. revenue which would be derived. H. Warren acted as M.C. during the contest. Resugga.-An application was read asking pearanee to decide who shall be the cup- audience. Mr. J. R. Rowe presided

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Type: Advertisement