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DEATH OF MR. JAMES CHAFPELL, CF The death occurred on Wednesday morning, December 24th, of Mr. James Chappeil, of 14,

DEATH OF MR. JAMES CHAFPELL, CF The death occurred on Wednesday morning, December 24th, of Mr. James Chappeil, of 14,

Wesley-street, Heamoor. Deceased, who was 63 years of age, was at work a week previously, but was taken seriously ill and passed away as stated. The funeral took place on Sunday afternoon, a service was held at Wesley Rock Church and was largely attended. Rev. J. Redfearn offici
01 January 1931 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
MARAZION.

MARAZION.

Mr. David, Marazion Town Band's new bandmaster, arrived at Marazion on Monday from Wales, and was introduced to the band and committee Mr. W. H. Kadmore, chairman. Mr. J. H. Trudgen, hon. treasurer, welcome ! Mr. David. St. Aubvn Estates. Ltd., held their courts for the manors o
01 January 1931 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
GOLF.

GOLF.

TEIIIDY PARK CLUB. Monthly medial compeiicion Ors. Hep. Xett. .O. Pentecost ser. 78 H. M. I). L-iwry 93 15 78 W. E. Phillips 92 11 81 J. E istace Wiekett ... 102 21 81 £ C. Smith 93 10 83 E. C. Mills 6 84 There were 10 entries. WEST CORNWALL LADIES. Medal, final, played at Lelan
01 January 1931 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
WEDDING AT HELSTON.

WEDDING AT HELSTON.

PASCOE. Kj*. The Vll V\. e^( '' a was celebrated at Heltlf Jeli 111 Church Friday, of ll Vincent Jennings, second - Ernest Whiffing, of Helston, and -Miss Lily second daughter of Mr. S. ar n d the late Mrs. Pascoe, of is - Kov - '- Cartcr T e i Helston) officiated. who was given
01 January 1931 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
FIRE AT GOLDSITHNEY.

FIRE AT GOLDSITHNEY.

The engagement is announced between Captain Louis Alexander Gordon Pinhey, Battalion (P.W.0.), Bth [Punjab Regiment, son of the late Lieutenant-Colonel Sir vlexander Pinhey, K.C.5.1., C.1.E., Political Department, Government of India, and of Lady Pinhey, of 7, Milbornegiove, Lon
01 January 1931 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
FORTHCOMING ST. IVES MUSICAL EVENT.

FORTHCOMING ST. IVES MUSICAL EVENT.

All music lovers in the district must make a big mark in their new year's almanacks against Wednesday. January 7th. as delightful and unique opportunity is forthcoming that evening at the Scala Theatre. Mr. W. Reed. M.V.0., the* famous violinist and leader of the London Symphony
01 January 1931 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
Forget With Timothy Whites Diary 1931. Foolscap (13 x 8") 1/3 Octavo (8 x 5") lid. | Pocket or Bag(4v"x3")

Forget With Timothy Whites Diary 1931. Foolscap (13 x 8") 1/3 Octavo (8 x 5") lid. | Pocket or Bag(4v"x3")

Each with a £2,000 Insurance Coupon TIMOTHY WHITES ' (1928 Ltd.). 28—29, Market Place, Penzance 'Phone 237. THIS Branch is throughout ALL-ENGLISH the South of FIRM. England.
01 January 1931 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
OLD YEAR, GOOD-BYE. Old Year, Good-bye With your laughter & tears, Your tasks yet undone, Your hopes and your fears.

OLD YEAR, GOOD-BYE. Old Year, Good-bye With your laughter & tears, Your tasks yet undone, Your hopes and your fears.

New Year, All Hail! Welcome to you, And may you give us Friends that are true ; Peace and contentment, Good work to do, And strength for life's battle That we may win through. I. T.
01 January 1931 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
"IN NO HURRY."

"IN NO HURRY."

Flier Anxious to Make Another Record. At nine o'clock Miss Johnson was ready to start, but at that hour the fog Nras too-. thick. Her first " hop " was to have been t 3 Berlin, but her delayed s:N. , will accomplish that to-day. The girl flier said she would probably only reach
01 January 1931 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
PLEA FOR NEW YEAR CHANCE.

PLEA FOR NEW YEAR CHANCE.

Doctor's Discovery of Intruder. For having entcred.the dwelling house of Dr. John Frederick Stockwell, of Trentham. on December 28th, with intent to commit a felony, William Wakefield of no fixed home, was fined £2, with 21 days imprisonment in defeault, at Stoke Police Court to
01 January 1931 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England