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March 9, 1917 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
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the of the tissues. mat,. It was agreed to am., .1, aid also new for the hospital wastsbusse.
March 9, 1917 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
RAIN AND WATER SUPPLY.

RAIN AND WATER SUPPLY.

The Surveyor reported that both reverioita bad bete kept full and overflowing during the n oath. The rainfall for F. bruory rve v. - ry bravy. rain falling en every day except four. In February the rainfall r. 6.47 inches arsine/ 6.61 for February last y , sr. From January lat t
March 26, 1915 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
30 YEARS' SERVICE RECOGNISED.

30 YEARS' SERVICE RECOGNISED.

annual meeting of mbacriber• was held in the Town Hall on Friday evening, when Mr. V. If. Lambert presided over a good attend:me., The committee presented their annual report which showed that during the year ended 31st December teat the nurses attended the following cares Bt. C
March 9, 1917 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
WAR HOSPITAL SUPPLY DEPOT,

WAR HOSPITAL SUPPLY DEPOT,

The following further donations have been received: -- Per Miss F. Baron (whist tournament. at Bodinin). £ll 9s. 2d.; per Mrs. Salmon and Mrs. Edmonds (sale of waste paper, third donation), £10; Mrs. Clark (further donation), £3 35.; per Miss Edith Brewer (dance at Agar hall), £
March 15, 1918 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 

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T. AUSTELL.
March 9, 1917 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
ENTERTAINMENT.

ENTERTAINMENT.

A musical recital and variety entertainmetu, was given in the Pool Street United Methodist. Schoolroom on Wednesday week, in which the foil win: partic tj in a splendid programme: Mrs. Johns and Mi=s D. Welch and Miss A. Hicks and Master N. Phillips, pianoforte duet songs, Miss
March 15, 1918 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
PIANOS.

PIANOS.

Any Piano can be bought by paying 10s. 6d down and balance by Instalments. Special Reductions for Cash. Write for Free Catalogue. MOON & SONS. PLYMOUTH, TRURO, sad BOMA. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY.. FOR Private Treaty. TENEMENT, comprising dwelling house, outbuildings, and about
March 9, 1917 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
WADEBRIDGE.

WADEBRIDGE.

A concert in aid of the L. and S.W. Rao Servants' Orphanage is to ha hold et Wailehridge Tow: /lan. when boveral known London and local arti,,tes will appear. Further details will ho published in our columns next, week. 'there are children in the homes. Over 6,000 L, and S.W. Ra
March 15, 1918 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
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Wadebridge, Bodmin, Delabole, Padstow t Otterham, Port Isaac. Phone • Nr Wadebrldgc. Telegrams Uaarge Martyn, Wad aorta= "A CHANGE OF SEED ALWAYS PAYS."
March 15, 1918 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England