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Two ironworkers, William Lavender and John Swindell have been severely injured Wolverhampton. They were engaged in removing a mass of

Two ironworkers, William Lavender and John Swindell have been severely injured Wolverhampton. They were engaged in removing a mass of

cold iron from a di.<--ised ind for this purpose employed . ' p. i.• one will hand sight both eyes the other that oi one eye.
August 28, 1879 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
ST. JUST.

ST. JUST.

The Kev. Mark Guy Pearse preached in aid of the chapel debt Thursday last, which was reduced &;>. He was racy, eloquent, and powerful. .More Burrows.—Mr. \V. Copeland Borlase and his workmen have opened another tumulus on the 01 Oats, Tregaseal, which has yielded the most intere
August 28, 1879 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

Pssxascs Mauors, Thursday, April 3. Wheat (white) 5/4. wheat (red)s/2, bailey 3/4, and oats 2/6, per bushel of 82Iba. ; Boor 32/- to 34/- per 280 IbSL; beef 3d to 9d, pork (by the ride) 5Jd to6d, retail 6dto7d, veal 6d Sd, mutton 9jd per Ih., early lamb 1/- per lb.; batter 1/2 t
April 10, 1879 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
girths, Parriajjts, g?aths. (There no charge for inserting » notice under the MMW advertisement. and readers will notices to a*

girths, Parriajjts, g?aths. (There no charge for inserting » notice under the MMW advertisement. and readers will notices to a*

early aa they can. J BIRTHS. Bzmt.—April sth, Clement-street, Truro, the wile Mr. Benny, ton. ,J ? IJ Becg " 1 ?. *» the wttsof Mr. Edwin Bag- Mia, ft daognter. Be B rSid^SS? ' to***"* Corxoih—April sth, St. Ives, the wife of Mr. Cornish, a son; since dead. Down., St. Just, the
April 10, 1879 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
TRADE ANNOUNCEMENTS. •! - 1 E . Y j ST. JOHN'S HOUSE, «■ ; 19 THE SOLE AGEST Q '

TRADE ANNOUNCEMENTS. •! - 1 E . Y j ST. JOHN'S HOUSE, «■ ; 19 THE SOLE AGEST Q '

I PENZANCE AND DISTRICT d! ro « DEYENISH AND CO.'S DORSET ALES, KILDERKINS, FIRKINS, and BOTTLES. ■• ! - ' ■■ £ PRICES ON APPLICATION. BJILDER, CABINET-MAKER, UNDERTAKER, Ac., 30, CLARKNCRSTRBET, PENZANCE. 6 ESTABLISHED HALF-A-CENTURT i HAT.It a<ro BATmnr,) , TAILOR, , HIGH STRE
April 10, 1879 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
THE COKNISHMAN'S Scale of Charges for Advertisements. f'.i PAID Ai)V KiCTiiStiAIKN "S , ♦ft. description, Houses, Ls. &0., Let, &c.,

THE COKNISHMAN'S Scale of Charges for Advertisements. f'.i PAID Ai)V KiCTiiStiAIKN "S , ♦ft. description, Houses, Ls. &0., Let, &c.,

&e , /re inserted the following rates:— 1 l.ioj. tib.i In- rtions. s. d. 8. d. s d words 1 3 •»words 2 0 4 words 3 0 words 4 0 7 6 12 0 Booking, 6d. extra. vernment Notices, Election Addresses, Parliamentary Prospectuses of Puoiic Companies, Legal and Public Notices. 6d. per lin
August 28, 1879 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
be LETT, or sold, with possession Michaelmas, the FREEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSE, No. 7, Alexandra place, containing large dining and drawingrooms, breakfast

be LETT, or sold, with possession Michaelmas, the FREEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSE, No. 7, Alexandra place, containing large dining and drawingrooms, breakfast

parlour, housekeeper's room, ten bedrooms, two kitchens, with convenient offices, and newly-erected stabling and coachhouse. For particulars and to view apply to Perkins and Caldwell, House Agents, Victoria Square. Penzance, July 16th, 1879. NOTICE. ALL PERSONS indebted to the e
August 28, 1879 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
TRADE A NNOUNCEMENTS. A HEW AND SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OP BEASS IRON BEDSTEADS, FLEMING'S CABINET AND LOOKING-GLASS WAREHOUSE, NO. 2, TEBEACE,

TRADE A NNOUNCEMENTS. A HEW AND SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OP BEASS IRON BEDSTEADS, FLEMING'S CABINET AND LOOKING-GLASS WAREHOUSE, NO. 2, TEBEACE,

MAEKET-JE W-SIREET, PENZANCE (OPPOSITE THE DAVY MONUMENT. ) DRAWING-ROOM SLITES, MADE TO ORDER, OF BEST GOOD ASSORTMENT OF TELESCOPE DINING TABLES, FROM 5/- EACH. AGENT FOR TUCKER'S SPRING MATTRESS. 11l Hi AMERICAN ORGANS !! HARMONIUMS !! & TEE MUSIC SALOOJ, fW TRURO, ' to suppl
August 28, 1879 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
Mr. W. H. Payne, the head of ths famous family of that name connected with English pantomime, has died at

Mr. W. H. Payne, the head of ths famous family of that name connected with English pantomime, has died at

Dover, after long illness. He waa attended in last hours by Mrs. Aynsley Cook and his other daughter. Mr. Payne was over 70 yean of age: A chemist of Bosemaiy-road, Peckham, London, named Land, has been summoned to the Lambeth police-court for selling a hurtful compound in place
December 26, 1878 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
CONTRIBUTIONS TOWARDS THE FOLKLORE OF OLD CORNWALL.

CONTRIBUTIONS TOWARDS THE FOLKLORE OF OLD CORNWALL.

CONTRIBUTIONS TOWARDS THE FOLKLORE OLD CORNWALL. be published in octavo, about pp., price fa. 6<1., kooil as a sufficient dumber of Subscribers sha'l hate been obtained.
December 26, 1878 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England