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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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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

5 May 1938

the club. Mr. L. Trenoweth was a very efficient M.C. The prizes were distributed by Mrs. May, mother of the vice-captain, Mr. J. May. The following were prize-winners#: Ladies —1, Miss D. Bichards; 2, Mrs. Laird ; 3, Miss H. Ivey. Gents—l, Mr. W. H. Gendall;

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

17 Nov 1938

deprived Bodmin of ono of its Members, which caused Mr. (lower at the following election to fight single-banded against his former colleague, Mr. Wild. Mr. Gower won the seat. The election of IMO was Mr. Govrer's last, for in ISM the Redistribution Act

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

2 Jul 1931

the leaders' meeting, presented Mr. Garman with copy of Canon Streeter's book Reality, small token their appreciation o\ his services, and wished him all success in his new sphere of labour. Mr. Garman expressed his gratitude for the splendid gift,

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

9 Apr 1936

silence a mark of respect. The hon. treasurer (Mr. J. Laird) presented his report, revealing balance at the bank of £46. paid a tribute to the work of the head collectors —Mrs. Pawlyn, Mrs. Mabbott, Mrs. Jas. Wbite and Miss White —who organised and controlled

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

13 Aug 1936

overturned in a squall. Mr. Duncan McColl, of Lower Lerags Farm, was harvesting about half-a-£ml|U from Minard Point when his two boys, who had been playing on the shore, ran to him and said that two men were shouting for help. Mr. McColl ran to the shore

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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

10 Dec 1931

interest, he unwittingly revealed to his listeners how deeply he is devoted to the Methodist Church. Long will his words of appeal remembered and valued. Supporting the chairman and opener were: Rev. E. H. Harland, Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Howell®, and Messrs. .T

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

3 Nov 1938

hear that promise; and they know now that it was because of his in watching over peace that they were able to be there in peace that afternoon. laird Halifax. in his speech two dv before. had of Mr. Neville ' flamberlain's unflinching perseverance., offer

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

2 May 1935

offerfd a for competition in the ladies' singles. Mr. Thomas was thanked the motion Mr. J. Laird, seconded Mr. W. E. Carter. The arrangements were largely in the hands of Mr. W. E. Carter, the energetic hon. secretary. Mr. W. Thomas, the captain, was unable

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

19 Mar 1936

Headland Road. J. Julian and CO. FOWEY—Ar. £. J. Trenance. PALMiTOW- Mr. Robert Warne POLPERRO- Mr. E. L. LobbY I.OOE—Mr. Win. Marshall, P.A HORCAIiTI.E- Mr. W. J. Olds. AUST.ELI. Mr. A. C. Widlons. Myth Cross Sires*.

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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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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

3 Feb 1938

which Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Medlin were Orandpapa and Orandmaina; Uncle and Aunt George, Mr. Theo Williams and Miss A. Barrett; the Clergyman. Mr. C. Tregidgo; Uncle Hobert. Mr. Alan Jolly; Aunt Margaret, Mrs. W. D. Jenkin: Aunt Margaret's husband, Mr. Lewis

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

19 Apr 1934

Mayoress (Mrs. F. J. Chirgwin) presented the Prizes to the following: Ladies -1, Mrs. B. Thomas; 2. Mrs. E. Dryden; 3. Mrs. E. Tremelling; den number. Miss P. P. Laird; sitting prise, Mrs. J. Hawken. flests-1, Miss E. Rouse; 2. Mr. Rogers; 3. Mr. O. Goodman;

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

9 Nov 1933

and Mrs. F. Male in their restaurant at Poheath on Friday last. Mr. T. Dingle was the M.C. The prizes were presented by Mrs. Luke to the following: Ladies-1, Mrs. Moore; 2. Mrs. F. Male; consolation. Mrs. Rrickwood. Dents.-1. Mr. Fraser; 2, Mr. Luke;

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

24 May 1939

Ernest Thomas). Mrs. Wrigley and Miss Bazeley and the company desiro to tender their grateiu > thanks to Mr. P. J Foley; the honorary producer, Mr. Charles Hodges; Mr. Arthur Robinson, stage manager, and his assistants; Mr. Kernick, treasurer; Mr. iR. few loan

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West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser

West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser Cornwall, England

17 Aug 1939

family; Allie; Mr. and Mrs. A E. Banfield ; Mr. and Mrs Cook ; A. and D Brenton : A. and M. Hoskins and F. and -P Tripp ; Dorothy (Miss Udy*, Mr. and Mrs. Matthews (Highbury). Clifford and Flo (Kenwyn) ; Mr. and Mrs. Chubb and family : Mr. and Mrs. Sanderson;

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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

30 Jun 1938

PresidinT at the opening, Mr. F. Ede, chairman of the St. Austell Urban District Council. welcomed Colonel Transit; whose name, ne -aid, was known for so many good things in Cornwall, notably for the association of the late Lady Mary Trefuais. and also

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Cornishman

Cornishman Cornwall, England

28 Oct 1937

Simpson. Toys. —Mrs. Jakeinan, Miss Groves, Mrs. Manners. Tea stall. —Mrs. James, Mrs. Ludlow, Mrs Rowe, Mrs. Curnow, Mrs. Shepherd, Mrs. Tregarthen, Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Newman, Miss Ludlow, Mrs. Cossens, Mrs. A. Smith, View article

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