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WORKWOMEN SPEND 110 MILLIONS ON DRINK.

WORKWOMEN SPEND 110 MILLIONS ON DRINK.

_____ •• The Drink Bill of 1909," compd ed C, Wilson, secretary of the United in 0fl * appears in Thursdays "Times." t o» the conclusion that £155,162,485: 60.4»J intoxicants in 1909, compared with I- in 1908, the decrease being £4,800,000 » and'£l,lB6,ooo on beer. there increas
14 April 1910 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
DRESSED AS A WOMAN.

DRESSED AS A WOMAN.

ICT BETRAYED BY HIS BEARD. on Tuesday, the Potteries stipendiary sentenced a man named Peter Roberts to the maxiwithi pena!tv twelve months' hard labour lor of of seven years of a sentence three years' penal servitude, loitering in female attire with intent to commit a felony. A
14 April 1910 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
CORNISH VIOLET-CROWING.

CORNISH VIOLET-CROWING.

(From the "Pall Mall Gazette.") ' VCD e ore we approached to where they grew. Ed T a,r ° f their and lea us on. It was Ash Wednesday, but Cometh P T lentif "l>>-'and where m f tl f °» clumps arums, this first day of Lent was equivalent to the last day, Good rnday, of the Home Co
14 April 1910 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
HER DAUGHTER

HER DAUGHTER

Sadly Anaemic and Weak : made well Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Fragile from childhood and always considered one whose hold on life was none too Tre " lliat rs how Mrs. Peters + „» „ cure ~ ,„'£' ° her daughter Cissie. who now nh,„!i T f ° ,a<,v irjtaj.* and always ailing. "As Ciss
14 April 1910 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
CORNISHMAN'S DEATH IN BUTTE. Thomas Waters, who was assistant foreman of the Pennsylvania mine, Butte, dropped dead from heart failure

CORNISHMAN'S DEATH IN BUTTE. Thomas Waters, who was assistant foreman of the Pennsylvania mine, Butte, dropped dead from heart failure

last Monday at a mine situated about BaSm - Deceased had been cam£L °P men t work at.-the mine where he pay brief" Butte °—nally HoSk-strelt t0 ™ d but ° years Beside thls country for ln , l rcle i' and M band, w£ musical organisations this city. But few p lar utte
14 April 1910 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 

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The Archbishops' Appeal for West*™ Canada has •"ready yielded £10,000 and amount , A * been appoinSd, and *f* taken

The Archbishops' Appeal for West*™ Canada has •"ready yielded £10,000 and amount , A * been appoinSd, and *f* taken

«t one* to send out detach„ .clergy to work among emigrants who nocking into Western Canada. The Rev. W. O. °o>o, who went out on tour of inspec tion and inquiry and upon whose report, the Archbishop? Appeal was mainly based, has been for sexy vice the Council, together with eig
14 April 1910 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
FOOTBALL.

FOOTBALL.

RESULTS ATJ GLANCE. ASSOCIATION. AMATEUR INTERNATIONAL. ENGLAND v. SWITZERLAND. Park. Result ; ENGLAND goals SWITZERLAND goal LEAGUE. DIVISION I. Aston Villa, 3 ; Preston North End, o. Blackburn, Bradford City, o. Chelsea, 4; Sheffield Wednesday, 1. Liverpool, 2; Notts County, 1
14 April 1910 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
RAPACIOUS RATS

RAPACIOUS RATS

RELISH RtODINE, the never failing Rat Poison. Rats like it, devour it greedily, die, dry and leave no smell. Safe, sure, speedy. Never fails. Complete clearance certain. 6d., Is.. 25.. 35., ss. Post 2d. HARLEY, Chemist, Perth. Agents: W. H. Keen, Penzance; W T. Hosking. General
14 April 1910 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
COUNTY.

COUNTY.

The death took place Bodmin last Sunday of Mr. J. M. H. Cardell, J.P., at the age 89 years. was the oldest borough magistrate, and had taken very considerable interest in the public life of Bodmin. A reader Cornwall, says "Truth,"' relates that a party of brigands lately invaded
14 April 1910 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
TAKE THIS TO-DAY

TAKE THIS TO-DAY

To your Chemist for the New e ' NERVES, STOMACH and KID* Costs only Few Pence. v ' l'r> A new remedy has lately been broug ' which is now being recommended ant pjesC_ everywhere. It is made from a farnoi tion by a noted specialist, and eP ' ;f . Cassell's Tablets. It costs only
14 April 1910 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England