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BRINHAM DEBTOR

BRINHAM DEBTOR

EXAMINATION EXETER ill-health" were the l»re William V '' of 110 occupation, but b,S n 'st V,, 1 business a confectioner Fore£fc»?*arni "■* o underwent his at yesterday. 8W was 14s. 3d 'Mr the Official «- Rockwood Cocks), G Was dly wounded J| hp, '" augment his the Foreki 'ot -
16 November 1933 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
INDUSTRIAL TRADE RETURNS

INDUSTRIAL TRADE RETURNS

MAILS AND SHIPPING QUESTION ELECTRIC WELDING J The November report of the general secretary of the Boilermakers' Society states that the trade return-, show a steady improvement, but there are some •23,000' nun 11 bers awaiting employment. Negotiations with flic Shipbuilding Emp
16 November 1933 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
BROTHERS' SCUFFLE

BROTHERS' SCUFFLE

FATHER PAYS SONS FINE BON TON Basil Tedburv Branscombe, did not appear at Honiton Petty Sessions yesterday to answei a summons alleging assault on bis brother, Edward 'l edbuiy. farmer, of Hill View, Dransccmbc. Complainant said about a.m on October be saw defendant a field, whi
16 November 1933 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
L E jfj" ACROSS. I LUES DOWN. gard hand time on the face it! 2.—Assert it's a stable association in

L E jfj" ACROSS. I LUES DOWN. gard hand time on the face it! 2.—Assert it's a stable association in

a hesitating <ÜBhonou run 3 ._ uraiSg "up that which is worthless however ite family name fc-ffioAfi to be got even from lit tic boats. «J in „ 5.-Cue-an upheaval from the north showing . tV* U dens. delicate dflFerecce in meaning. ' "*t» Vby a " like 6.—Looking for corn perhaps
16 November 1933 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
MOUSEHOLE ST, CLEMENT'S ORGAN RE-OPENING

MOUSEHOLE ST, CLEMENT'S ORGAN RE-OPENING

After thorough renovation., the organ of St. Clement's Methodist Church. Mousehole, was re-opened on Friday evening. Mr. .Ernest Ladner presided, supported Mr. Herbert Tregenza, and the very high class programme was arranged by Mr. Hugh Branwell, F.R.C.0., organist Chapel Street
16 November 1933 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
FISHING CRAFT IN DANGER

FISHING CRAFT IN DANGER

LIFEBOAT CALIED OUT Bridlington lifeboat was called out in a gale to go to the assistance of five movor fishing boats, twelve miles out, this morning. U.S. GOVERNMENT RESIGNATIONS. WASHINGTON, Wednesday Mr. Wood in submitted his resignation, but Roosevelt declined to accept it.
16 November 1933 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
PENZANCE MAYORAL ELECTION.

PENZANCE MAYORAL ELECTION.

Conn. J. W. Meek Unanimously Re-elected MANY IMPORTANT WORKS AHEAD. -♦ "AHUM POOL: LAREGAN DAIRY LAND SCHEME: PENROSE GARDENS ccroly hope you and the Mayoress will have the best healtr carry ill.; ensuing period. THE MAYOR'S THANKS. The newly-elected Mayor, in accepting the offi
16 November 1933 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
PENZANCE JUVENILE COURT

PENZANCE JUVENILE COURT

CHARGE AGAINST GIRL DISMISSED At juvenile do-art 'Penzance Monday morning, a little girl who ,ha(i been stealing, and whose case had oeen adjourned, came before the magistrates. Mr. C. J. Cooke appeared for her defence, and on the father promising to take particular care of the
16 November 1933 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
BIG GAME HUNTER DEAD

BIG GAME HUNTER DEAD

NAIROBI, Monday. Mr. Andrew Rattrav, the big game hunter, who married Miss Averill Furness, Lord Furness's daughter, has died following operation.
16 November 1933 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England