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THE AWAKENING OF A MAN. DRAMA. Released Nov. 20th. App. length 2,00 0 f t A strong human story of

THE AWAKENING OF A MAN. DRAMA. Released Nov. 20th. App. length 2,00 0 f t A strong human story of

intense ititeret of success attained in spite of overwhe loll difficulties.
23 October 1913 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
THE LATE MR. CHARLES OSBORNE. FUNERAL AT GULVAL.

THE LATE MR. CHARLES OSBORNE. FUNERAL AT GULVAL.

By the death of Mr. Charles Osborne, which took place at his residence, New Mill, on cnnday, Oct. 12th, Guival has lost one of its eldest inhabitants. Deceased was bom at Irewoy, Zenaor, in the year 1821, and was 92 years age. The latfe Mr. Osborne left when a young man, and set
23 October 1913 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
A .SECOND DISASTER AVERTED

A .SECOND DISASTER AVERTED

A second disaster was narrowly averted the presence mind of fireman the first express. Seeing the wreckage strewn along the linos ran down tile track and pJaoed detonators the metals. These were exploded by approaching train, whose driver stopped to enquire the cause, thus proba
23 October 1913 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
Totally different from any other. August 13th, 1912. Mrs. M. Sumner, Willowdene, 33, St. Thomas' Road, Chorley, writes'. I have

Totally different from any other. August 13th, 1912. Mrs. M. Sumner, Willowdene, 33, St. Thomas' Road, Chorley, writes'. I have

been using Vi-Cocoa for many years, and like it better than any other cocoa. It is very strengthening and sustaining, with a flavour most agreeable to the taste, and totally different from any other. I tried many other kinds before finding one which suited each member of the fam
23 October 1913 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
THE CORNISH TELEGRAPH, THURSP

THE CORNISH TELEGRAPH, THURSP

CORNISH NOTES AND QUERIES CONDUCTED PETER PENN. 23 OCTOBER, 1913.
23 October 1913 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
HELSTON BREWER AND HIS

HELSTON BREWER AND HIS

TENANT. ix.vkeepikg Without a license At Heleton Borough Sossiona Saturday, before the Mayor (Mr. H. Toy), and Messrs, h. 1. Kendall, R. G. Rap&on, G. Bermger, A. R- Thomas, and F. H. Ounnack. THE TENANT’S CASE. John William Turton, licensee of re® Jockey Inn, Hols ton, wa« char
23 October 1913 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
MEETING OF FARMERS AT HELSTON.

MEETING OF FARMERS AT HELSTON.

In connection with the endeavour which is being mado to promote the cultivation of sugar beet Cornwall, and as corollary the establishment of beet sugar factory at Hayle, a meeting of farmers was held the Guildhall, Helston, Monday. The chair was taken by Mr. H. Knowles, chairma
23 October 1913 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
ST. JUST.

ST. JUST.

Peinxcs© Berryman, of St. Just, has appointed ueeietant-maeter St. Hilary iSchood, rico Mr. John Dawe, who lias resi«ined through ill-health. W© regret record the deiath of Mr. Martin Williams, which took place after several months’ illness, at his residence. No. 10, Re- St. Jus
23 October 1913 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
AUTUMN COSTUMES

AUTUMN COSTUMES

PURCHASED DIRECT FROM MANUFAC (URERS MUCH UNDER REGULAR VALUE. Prices 15/11J Worth 21/6 3| guineas 5 guinea?. This Season’s Models. FI m r\n R,v,cra Dra ,er Establishment, . J. SYMONS, PENZANCE
23 October 1913 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
B. B. OHBLLWB LIST.

B. B. OHBLLWB LIST.

B. B. LIST. 0c, ■ 17 HAIN’S STEAMSHIP CO’S LIST. j Comubia at Cardiff, On. at Mariauopie, Oct. 18. Nazajre, Oct. 13. Tregenua It. C’ncple for Gib. (Orders), Ocl. 15 rendarvee Salcnica, Oct. 11. Trcfusis pd. C’uople for Gib. (orders), Oct. 16. ; loiwonaij Cardiff, Oct. 10. Trevely
23 October 1913 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England