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  • County: Cornwall, England
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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

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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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

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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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

20 Oct 1938

house party fur the occasion include:l Viscount and Viscountess Weymouth, laird and Lady Ntiburnhulme, the Duke and Dirhess of Beaufort, Lady Herbert, and Mr. and the Hon. Mrs. John Morrison.

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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

9 Jun 1938

Whit Sunday at 2.,Mrs. B. b e a s t. (t en t s -1. Mr s . L. Finch ; the Bethel Methodist Church. Mr. A. M. Hest. The was Mr. W. i Miss Olga Rickard presided at the morn. Bennett. ing and Arthur May read the lesson. The name of Mrs. W. Crowle (cousin)

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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

24 Nov 1938

Messrs. P. A. tlaud. ff. U. L. Har‘ey mho was elected in place father.. and Mrs. 1.1. M. Matadi!, Trekenning House. Mr. R. 11. Richards was re-elected hon. treasurer, and Mr. W. K. who had expressed the wish to resign after 12 year* in office. agreed

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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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Cornish Guardian

Cornish Guardian Cornwall, England

21 Jul 1938

trombone, St. Dennis (Mr. C. H. Baker): 3. Celliborne (Mr. A. W. Parker) taking 212 and the Imperial Tobacco Co.'s silver challenge cup; 4, Hanwell Silver (Mr. J. C. Dyson), taking CS and the Shipwright Cup; 5, St. Austell Town (Mr. E. F. Woodhead); ti

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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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