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gSittfttg anu eommexei&l Unteliisenee.

gSittfttg anu eommexei&l Unteliisenee.

?? anu eommexei&l Unteliisenee. The Tin Market has steadied to from £101 15s. to £102 cash. The Penpoll Co. put the standards up £2 on Satur- day last. The notice of the rise was, however, given too late to get any extra tin sent to their works on that day, and so far as we can l
October 8, 1886 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
A soldier quartered at the South Cavalry Barracks Aldershot, indulged in a most extraordinary freak at an early hour on

A soldier quartered at the South Cavalry Barracks Aldershot, indulged in a most extraordinary freak at an early hour on

Tuesday morning. The man, Private H Retford, 10th Hussars, having returned from a circus peiformance in the town, was so impressed by the acrobatic performances that he took it into his head that he was one of the performers. FoUowing out this delu- sion he jumped from his bed,
October 8, 1886 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
THE EASTERN CRISIS.

THE EASTERN CRISIS.

REFUSAL OF THE RUSSIAN DEMANDS. GREAT MEETING AT SOFIA. GENERAL KAULBARS ON THE STUMP. The crisis in Bulgaria is;daily growing more acute. Whether in conformity with instructions from St. Peters- burg, or, as some people are inclined to believe, only on the chance of snatching a
October 8, 1886 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
CAMBORNE SCIENCE AND ART SCHOOLS

CAMBORNE SCIENCE AND ART SCHOOLS

The annual distribution of prizes in connection with these schools took place on Friday, the awards being . handed to the successful students by Mrs. Basset* of Tehidy. The Assembly Rooms were fairly well filled. * Mr. T. H. Vincbkt (the secretary ) read the report of the commit
October 8, 1886 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
HARVEST FESTIVALS IN COENWALL.

HARVEST FESTIVALS IN COENWALL.

?? he Z V-* teßtlva^ connection with S Mary's (Cathedral) Church was held on Thursday, whe the edifice was crowded to excess. The decorations wei extensive and effective, and the service, which was f u choral, was one of the most attractive that has been cor ducted for a long ti
October 8, 1886 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
LAUNCESTON GUARDIANS AND THE.LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD.

LAUNCESTON GUARDIANS AND THE.LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD.

LAUNCESTON GUARDIANS AND THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD. At the fortnightly meeting of the Launceston Board of Guardians on Saturday (Mr. R. K. Braddon in the chair) the recent conflict between that body and the Local Gov- ernment Board again formed the subject of discussion At the l
October 8, 1886 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
ALLEGED BIGAMY BY A CORNISHMAN AT.PLYMOUTH.

ALLEGED BIGAMY BY A CORNISHMAN AT.PLYMOUTH.

ALLEGED BIGAMY BY A CORNISHMAN AT PLYMOUTH. At the Plymouth Petty Sessions on Thursday, before Messrs. F. A. Morrisn, J. F. Fortescue, and W. Luscombe an elderly man named Henry Hocking, described as a miner, was charged with having committed bigamy at Plymouth on the 20ih July,
October 8, 1886 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
The steamship Suffolk, of London, which ran ashore on the rocks directly under the Lizard head on the after- noon

The steamship Suffolk, of London, which ran ashore on the rocks directly under the Lizard head on the after- noon

of Tuesday last during a dense fog, when on a voy- age from Baltimore to London, has entirely broken up and disappeared. Her cargo, consisting of 161 bullocks on deck, 24,000 sacks of flour, about 500 casks of flour, 8,000 bushels of wheat, a large quantity of tobacco, resin, an
October 8, 1886 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
Monday, the 11th inst., has been appointed for the reception of Works of Art intended for the Autumn E chibition

Monday, the 11th inst., has been appointed for the reception of Works of Art intended for the Autumn E chibition

of the 19th Century Art Society, at the Con- d-iit Street Galleries. Local Patents.— The following appear in the patenc record for the West of England to September 28th :— The patent of Samuel Stephens .and Stephen Bodda, lllogan, for improvements in machinery for the reduction
October 8, 1886 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
NOTES FROM PENZANCE. I

NOTES FROM PENZANCE. I

[Fbom ouh own CoBKESPOKbENT.J In the syllabus prepared for the Autumnal session of the Penzance Institute are announced the names of Mr. T. Cornish, president ; Rev.Canon Shortland, the resident pastor of the Catholic church ; Mr. Max O'Rell, author of "John Bull and his Island
October 8, 1886 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England