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THE lASB OF H.M.S.

THE lASB OF H.M.S.

THE OF H.M.S. Yr. and Mrs. Perry,.of Newtown, rower. verb to exp.w their heartfelt thank. aroddeep gratitude for the many letters received. and of their JENKIN and FAMILY, of Carriage. de. to thank all friends 'for kind *rpm► mans of empathy in their bereavement. 14. and Mr. W. S
November 27, 1914 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
A PRIVATE LENDER.

A PRIVATE LENDER.

CUSH ADVANCED for SHORT or LONG periods from LlO for 10e. ; for 100.; £5O for 50c. and no oa. nom of the objectionable practices complained of in thin dam of hal/anent AD information hoc CHARLES ANGUS, Me Well-known Devonshire Looder, S, Terr.e tit. David's, Ead,ter.Kbosal Tao.
November 27, 1914 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
SOME SOUND ADVICE.

SOME SOUND ADVICE.

On the termiestion of the etamination tea was partaken in • barn which had been suitably lad out for the occasion, and quietly the ceremony of presenting the awards performed by Viscount,. Liddell in the pewees- of • crowded gathering of pupil. and their friends. Viscount (lifde
November 27, 1914 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
TO HELP THE BELGIANS.

TO HELP THE BELGIANS.

Wednividay week a well-attended meeting to consider the question of Belgian Refugee Relief was held in the schoolroom. Mr. W. E. Menhinick. J.P . C.C., was elected chairman. and .poke of the urgency of the queation. A letter front Major Brag:Mon (who is away from the parish) was
November 27, 1914 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
SOWDEN

SOWDEN

.• • • ••=ir. (Successor to Coiner sad Colour). WM. GOLDSWORTHY BANK ST., NEWQUAY,
November 27, 1914 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
THE NORTH CORNWALL HOUNDS.

THE NORTH CORNWALL HOUNDS.

The North Cornwall Hounds net at Gam Bride. Ma Th. meet a atnall one owing to the- weather n told. .1 to: was I,und in Park. but tLere was not .oath n ut tr.g a. scent was had. Thu pi n k met at linnet on Wednesday. Them was • small field. The woods down the were drawn blank, an
November 27, 1914 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
ST. MILLION

ST. MILLION

A midnight carol service at Bt. Mellon Pariah Church was codducted by the Rector, the Rev. 0. W. P. Thorn. at Christmas. On Saturday the Football ClUb field two teams with the first eleven home to Padstow United at Burraton. Salta* W the East Cornwall Premier Lambe. and the seco
December 29, 1966 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
One Day Only

One Day Only

All goods offered subject to being PLEASE BRING THIS AD' Licensed Hawker No. 12 WITH YOU AS YOUR CATALOGUE
December 29, 1966 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
AND CORNWALL COUNTY CRRONICLO Incorporating Sodmin Guardian Wadebrids• & Paelatow Osard:an Nwetquay Owardlan Lostwithiel & Poway Guardian at. Austell Guardian

AND CORNWALL COUNTY CRRONICLO Incorporating Sodmin Guardian Wadebrids• & Paelatow Osard:an Nwetquay Owardlan Lostwithiel & Poway Guardian at. Austell Guardian

Camelford & D•labolis Guardian Cornish Guardian & Sattaah Gazette CHURCH SQUARE, lODMIN TEL. EODBELN 2117
December 29, 1966 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
CHURCH PLAY HAD RUSSIAN THEME AT ST. COLUMB MEMBERS of the choir and Guild of St. Columb Parish Church. assiSted

CHURCH PLAY HAD RUSSIAN THEME AT ST. COLUMB MEMBERS of the choir and Guild of St. Columb Parish Church. assiSted

by some of the congregation, presented Stephanie Cottons play. "The Litend of Baboushka". on two ni gh ts last week. The story was an a aptation of two Russian legends dealing with Christmas. Local Carols Sung At Padstow About one hour after the Padstow Carollers, singing in St.
December 29, 1966 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England