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EASTER AT CAMBORNE.

EASTER AT CAMBORNE.

PLEASURE SPITE OF RAIN AND WIND. The weather during the Easter was not conducive to pleasure, but in spite of an absence of sunshine people seemed enjoy themselves. The rain and galea Aid not deter them any great extent, and although there Was not much travelling train» yet road
26 April 1922 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
CAHBORNE MINES.

CAHBORNE MINES.

MINES. STILL PRESSING GOVERNMENT: HOW MONEY IS SQUANDERED. Presiding a meeting of the Mid- West Cornwall Employment Committee at Redruth, on Wednesday, Sir Arthur Carkeek mentioned that at the last meeting the committee forwarded a resolution to the Ministry Labour "urging the Go
26 April 1922 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
THE COST OF CORSNISH ARMS.

THE COST OF CORSNISH ARMS.

THE COST CORSNISH ARMS. The question a coat of aims for Cornwall wa s summarily dismissed the General Purposes Committee of the Corawall County Council at Truro on Tuesday. The Windsor Herald, writing from the College of Arms, London, stated that if the County Council would like
26 April 1922 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
CAMBORNE POLICE COURT.

CAMBORNE POLICE COURT.

TOWiNHALL, Tuesday. Before Messrs:. T. Fiddick <(ini the chair), A. E. J- H. Trerise, J. Taibb and E. I'enna, with the magistrates.' clerk {Mr. C. V. Thomas), and the assistant clerk (Mr. F. Andrews). FOUND OUT HIS MISTAKE. Samuel J. Clemo, Taylor's! Court, North Country, Redrut
26 April 1922 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
ACCIDENT AT PENZANCE.

ACCIDENT AT PENZANCE.

An unfortunate accident oc cu f Penzance Thursday mornin^. -„„ . happily did not result in any mjury. appears tihat when - ■ man, Porthmeor% Zennor, peMftncJJ driving a horse and cart CQrner> market was nal the horse ran into rot frightened and in behind pi aTB and 'idca knockod
26 April 1922 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 

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PROPERTY SALE AT PEMZANCE.

PROPERTY SALE AT PEMZANCE.

• *'wiuSSS auction at the Central Wednesday afternoon Sold and leasehold properties in^ n7 off^ t I^sS Biddinjar started nU bid* of and £10 Aftm reaching the figure of J**™' w davm to Batrwis Temraoe, was sold t}l for £5<W. , No. 15 Richmond Street was start and after bids * Tgf
26 April 1922 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
"STAY'S LINSEED proven efSc® c T-

"STAY'S LINSEED proven efSc® c T-

26 April 1922 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
PERRANUTHNOE.

PERRANUTHNOE.

Perranutfono© rate the /, r-*'"'* in tV» £ tk« ton- ended
26 April 1922 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
PENZANCE POLICE COURT.

PENZANCE POLICE COURT.

At the Guildhall, Penzance, on Monday morning, before the Mayor (in the chair), Aid. J. H. 'Bennetts, Coun. F. D'. Lugg, Coun. C. E. Venning, Messrs. J. Symons, H. H. iPezzack, and Alfred Branwell. DOG' LIOENSEs. William. Henry Banfield, of 9, South Place, Quay, was summoned on
26 April 1922 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
OCLDSITHNEY.

OCLDSITHNEY.

Mr. John Johns, of th*ey. member o (ioldsithnev Cricket Club, has been asked play in the Cornwall test inaka, and has to so.
26 April 1922 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England