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19 September 1946 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
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19 September 1946 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
Council Offices. . arbank Road,

Council Offices. . arbank Road,

September lUtb. 1946
19 September 1946 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
BUSINESSES WANTED

BUSINESSES WANTED

PUBLIC NOTICES Have you tried us when in trouble? K. Smith & Sons, Agrlrultioral Engineer, StWI,P4 ROAD. ST. At %TELL Welding Spclillt, Itlack.miths. If Its made of metal and you want it made or repaired, bring it to us. We can help No job too big and no job too small. The a . .
19 September 1946 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
C0111190%.-In sacred eur deativ-beloved sister Edith. died Sep. Wilber 17th. 1945. at Reeshi Roche 554 maised by her sisters and

C0111190%.-In sacred eur deativ-beloved sister Edith. died Sep. Wilber 17th. 1945. at Reeshi Roche 554 maised by her sisters and

brother. Bessie. Nom and God sow the road was getting neigh. The MU too steep to climb. So He gently closed her ' , ends And whispered. Pe l ace be thine R P COI4IIIIISIL-In loving memory of my dear husband and William Henry. who passed away at Pendhu Road. It Austell Septinaber
19 September 1946 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
lleT.—Treseured memories of darned Mad tieptember 111th. 1143 regsouslortlid It) loving I-Mien and Stuart sEgi d t overseas. WAIDGIL—In lowing

lleT.—Treseured memories of darned Mad tieptember 111th. 1143 regsouslortlid It) loving I-Mien and Stuart sEgi d t overseas. WAIDGIL—In lowing

menwan at oho at In our thoughts
19 September 1946 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
THANKS 1111A11140.....Mra W. Bread and family ltv le thank 12 relatives and friends lor ITlfalmthY shown in their sudden beresvensent.

THANKS 1111A11140.....Mra W. Bread and family ltv le thank 12 relatives and friends lor ITlfalmthY shown in their sudden beresvensent.

for letters and beautiful floral tributes, also the bearers. Mr n 4 all who attended the funersl lICHT.—The Husband and Sons of the late Gerendoline Runt. of Perrantrthexpress thank; to the doe. iand nurses of the Royal Cornwall Truro. for attention during neighbours tor assista
19 September 1946 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
STERLING CHICKS Britain's Beet Birds A LWAYS available In your ft tavourit Breed or Cross And you can order all

STERLING CHICKS Britain's Beet Birds A LWAYS available In your ft tavourit Breed or Cross And you can order all

Pullet Chicks. all b Co ra n s kei *pe of they arled numbers expertly sexed before dispatch. Lowest prices compatible with re st Quotations free. tree. Don't let the cut In feeding stuffs worry rou Write for the hLarliqg Booklet. -Helpful Mule." Price sm. describing substitute f
19 September 1946 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
ICE " CREAM " WAS HOUSEHOLD MILK TWO LOO E SELLERS WERE FINED

ICE " CREAM " WAS HOUSEHOLD MILK TWO LOO E SELLERS WERE FINED

Two Looe ice-cream merchants were fined at Liskeard County Petty Sessions yesterday, having been found sruilty of selling as "cream" a substance which was not. The defendants were Richard Marshall. of Market Street. East' Looe. and Gerald Pengelly Bassett. of the Watchhouse Cafe
26 September 1946 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
Au artist at work sketching Polperro harbour.

Au artist at work sketching Polperro harbour.

Au artist at sketching Polperro harbour. largely given place to a feelling of thankful anticipation of the promised satisfaction—a place where our deepest longings and laspiratlons shall be fully met. It is marvellous how motor development has revolutionised everything. One would
26 September 1946 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England