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

Cornishman Cornwall, England

19 Dec 1929

bouquet to Mrs. Garman, and littl Isabella Corin, buttonholes to the gentle men on the platform. Comprehensiv votes of thanks were proposed by Mi J. Gilbert, and seconded Mr. Lewis. Mr Sidney Bazeley responding fo ' Miss Bazeley and the ladies, spoke c

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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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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

26 Jan 1921

for his club. On Wednesday evening the Penzance Club held a successful whrist drive in the Alveauet Hall, nearly 120 attending. Mr. Mrs. George Edwards won the first prizes. Mr. John the .gentlemen's coneMrs. James the ladies'. A

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

12 Jul 1928

mutual advantage. Mr. Donovan then proposed vote thanks to the Chairman (Mr. T. W. Lewis, manager), and expressed his ap preciation of Mr. Lewis' efforts and reasonable attitude in all matters connected with the conditions of employment. Mr. Lewis brieily

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

28 Jul 1926

College. Mr. Henry Toy presided and was supported Lady Stamp, Revs. A. E„ Nightingale and E. V. Paget, Aid. W. J. Bazeley. Messrs. J. H. Tonking, J. H. Roberts, C. E. Tyacke (Camborne), W. Nicholls and Richard' White, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wickett, Mrs. J. Roberts*

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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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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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West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser

West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

15 Jan 1920

purchaser. lady Basset also sat to Hoppner, and the canvas which the lady depicted brown decollete dress, was aciiuired Mr. Maitland for I.WO guineas from an opening ofier 100 guineas. Recourse had been made to Boechey to paint the portrait «.l Mr«. James

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West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser

West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

26 Feb 1920

spring market TRAI’, to euit horse 14 15i h.h.; Lady's CYCLE, in gooil condition. 12 Noon. 4-year-old COLT, been in harness, grand set Cob HARNESS (nearly new). General Purpose Hay Cart COLT, rising 2, Lady’s CYCLE, STAIRS, 16 steps, suitable for cottage

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

9 Jul 1924

rather pompously and sat down, when Mrs Choak had dusted a chair. Good morning: Mrs. Choak.' ' Mr Buzza threw out his chest and his tones as- sumed fullness and condescension, quite unnatural to them. How are vou Mrs. Choak? and—haw—how is your good'

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West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser

West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

18 Mar 1920

Richards, Mr. W. Retallack (Mevagissev), Mr. C. Phillips (cousins), Mr. J. Opie, Mrs. R, J. Webb, Mr. and Mrs. H. Martin (brother and sister-in-law) Mr. J. (Ponsanoothi, Mrs. Thomas, Rev. J. Wilfrid Dunstan, Mrs. H. Hall, Mr. A. Gerry. Mrs. Roberts, View article

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

26 Nov 1924

evidently plenty of work for Lady Astor to do in gingering up, the Government, particularly the Government of which she is such an independent supporter. I hope she will be ble to convert Mr. Baldwin, Mr. Amery, , Lord Birkenhead, Mr. Winston Churchill, to

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West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser

West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

28 May 1923

Hardwick (Newqpay). Mr. John Cardell (St. Minor). Mr. John May Miss Edith Carter. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Stephens (St. Columh). Mr. snd Mrs. W. H. Polkinghorne (St. Columb). Mr. Cole. Mrs. G. Martyn. Mr. J Searle. Mr. J. M. Mrs. Cayter. View article

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

28 Mar 1923

humorists the oi Qomnw>ns.—Mr. P. C. Lirufleld, M.P. I must say that I think Lord Birkenhead is very bad loser.—Lord Salisbury. I have never been abroad. I once a dlay at Southend.—Mr. MP. Why is London not beautiful forty years agio?—Mr, H. A. L. A$ golfer

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

8 Jul 1925

regular charges, lei them as I do —stay at home! It was terse and the point —his point; but there was another point of view. They f l [ living in mining and factory town; hi; home was a beauty spot of serpentine cli f and emerald seas. Even if we barred

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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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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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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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