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  • County: Cornwall, England
  • For Years: 1930 - 1939

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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

8 Dec 1938

Leicester Harmswortb Assessments—Mr. Robert Oliver Nob Cornwall Candidate —Forted's! Motorists—Mr. M. Feet sod Devoupert I WAS one of those privileged to be present at the house warming last week of very hne new offices now completed for the'limning

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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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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

23 Feb 1939

Shallard in the Hat, and Mrs. George Line. Mrs. Morcom presented Twizes. Mrs. W. Ilolman (the president) expressed thanks everyone lor • help; to Mr. arid Mrs. who gave their services untiringly; Mr. ' the able M.C.; Mr. Grenfell the <*<»;• and especially

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

19 Jul 1934

would never have been the man he was if he had not met Lady Stamp. (Applause). Mr. W. J. Bazeley, seconding, expressed pleasure at seeing Mr. Toy in the chair, although they all regretted the absence of Mr. Joseph Hocking through iil-health. The local men

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

10 Aug 1939

here. Mr. Boaden, on behalf of his wife and himself, also thanked the ladies of the Bright Hour and Sewing Meetings for their gifts. Mr. Boaden paid striking tribute to his wife's help and the inspiration he derived from his home life. Recalling his arrival

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

2 Nov 1933

book came for review I consigned the paper-wrapper to tlhe flames, for it was too ghostly for me. Mr. O'Donncll does not expect all his readers to accept his belief that the phenomenon de: signated is superphysical, that is to say, that it cannot be sa

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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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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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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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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

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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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

13 Feb 1936

E. Prowse; Mr. and Mrs. Ash and family; Lt.-Col. and Mrs. Henry Koebel; Col. and Mrs. E. H. W. Bolitho and Anne; Mr. and Mrs. Alex Michie and Mrs. Neave Hill; the staff at Wynnstay; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Le Grice; Mr. and Mrs. Barrow Green; View article

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

21 Apr 1938

Monday, the wedding was solepinized o Mr. J. P. .Tames, only son Mr. anr Mrs R. James, formerly Wendron street, Helston. and Miss M. Dunn onlj daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dunn, of Schoolhouse, Constant ine. The p man was Mr. C. Simpson, Torquay, an. the bride

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

24 Jan 1935

aurae or at last and rt meek. oned, did hi. nib well anti mold not he blamed Italie., C. loud. Rowse and A. L. Synionds.l Al .. Leery Soares . solarises the hum &fence. who played nand for his side's defeei. Seset.d his the heartily thaahed a man, to keep

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

29 Jun 1933

F•aneis HumPhllls's prestige in the East. where a man is Judged by his deeds and not by his words. Sir Francis, in fast, is a Mail of vast experiene , in the East, and this, coupled with his signal ability as a diplomat, should qualify hint for an eventual

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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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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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