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INFORMATION FOR CREDITORS

INFORMATION FOR CREDITORS

(From the "London Gazette). Receiving orders! —Samuel* . Pearce Curnow, of Treesdale. Lelant, and carr\~ on business Fore-street, Copperhouse, draper: Truro and Falmouth Court; petition. July 1: receiving order, July 19; creditor's petition. Dividends.—Louise Frances Rowe (marri
27 July 1939 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
HAYLE SCHOOL'S PRIZE DAY

HAYLE SCHOOL'S PRIZE DAY

A SUCCESSFUL YEAR AT PENPOL. That the school had experienced a very satisactory ear was reported bv Mr. J. Thomas (head teacher) at the annual prize-day of the Hayle Penpol Council School, which was held Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Thomas further stated that the governors, the staff,
27 July 1939 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
PENZANCE LAD'S SUCCESS IN U.S.A.

PENZANCE LAD'S SUCCESS IN U.S.A.

IMPORTANT ENGINEERING POST. Seme fitteen years ago a lad named Leslie Williams, employed by "The Cornishman" Co., Penzance, left lor the United States to seek his fortune. He succeeded in so far as to enter Harvard University, completed a course and graduated. He subsequently to
27 July 1939 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
NEWS AND VIEWS

NEWS AND VIEWS

MARKET EDITION Over-eating is a sort of high treason. Dr. Wirz. I never wear old school tie. It always fades so.—Professor J. B. S. Haldane. I consider myself the modern Dreyfus. —Mr. H. W. Wicks. My ideal infantryman has the quali- i ties of a successful poacher, cat-burglar, '
27 July 1939 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
MINING NOTES

MINING NOTES

TIN STOCKS DOWN. Total world tin stocks declined to 39,387 tons according to figures issued on Friday by'the International Tin Research Council. This compares with 43,823 tons in May and 52„003 tons at the beginning of the year. tin scheme coming. Wheal Reeth Tin.—Losg £4,747 (l
27 July 1939 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
WEST CORNWALL HOSPITAL

WEST CORNWALL HOSPITAL

FLAG DAY RESULTS. The committee of management desire express their very sincere thanks to the Mayoress (Miss D. P. Harvey) and her very willing helpeiß, the British Legion, for the loan of chairs and tables, Messrs. Robinson and Son for bill posting, and the public for their mos
27 July 1939 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
FARMHOUSE BOARDING-HOUSES

FARMHOUSE BOARDING-HOUSES

RATING QUESTION AT CORNWALL COUNTY COUNCIL. The rating of farmhouses which are used as beardiiig-housas was mentioned at. a meeting of Cornwall County Council at Truro on Tuesday. Mr. W. R. Hollow (St. Ives) asked if fainiihousLs with t'xtra rooms added for visitors were to rega
27 July 1939 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
A NEW TABLOID MAGAZINE

A NEW TABLOID MAGAZINE

Inasmuch as "The Eng ish Ihgest (price Is has reached its second number it ha-s gone long way towards success, and it is r>afe to predict for it a large meaure of popularity. Tile publishers state that every day every week, every month and every year n and women are writing ever
27 July 1939 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
HAYLE.

HAYLE.

William Arthur Roberts, of Rectory Point Phillack. Hayle, was fined 10s. at Saltash on Monday for driving a motor vehicle at Antony without a mirror.
27 July 1939 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
Miss Diana Ford, daughter Mr. Cyril Ford, of "Pentreath, Paul. was successful the examinations held recently in Penzance by the

Miss Diana Ford, daughter Mr. Cyril Ford, of "Pentreath, Paul. was successful the examinations held recently in Penzance by the

Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music. London. In the practical ex " aniination she scored 133 marks out o possible 150. whilst in the theory test she was awarded 98 marks out oi a possible 99.
27 July 1939 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England