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BURRATON

BURRATON

Officers elected at Burraton Toc H. Women's Association annual meeting were: Pilot. A. Crocker: chairman, V. Rawlings; assistant chairman. K. Hurrell; treasurer, E. Coffin; assistant treasurer. M. Horne; secretary. E. Hannaford: assistant secretary, I). Tucker; programme secreta
07 July 1960 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
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07 July 1960 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
Inspect our Wide Range of PICNIC SETS

Inspect our Wide Range of PICNIC SETS

07 July 1960 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
The good news for Fowey and that. the ancient Cornish cleft of shipbuilding will continue at the Brazen Island yard.

The good news for Fowey and that. the ancient Cornish cleft of shipbuilding will continue at the Brazen Island yard.

Polruan. was given yesterday by Mr. J. R. Cowper. Chairman of the Lockett shipping Line at a luncheon in the Fowey Hotel to mark the launching of the first commercial steel-built vessel from the Yard. Referring to the building of the nett ship, named The Vendome. Mr. Cowper said
07 July 1960 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
BLAMEY & MORCOM LTD.

BLAMEY & MORCOM LTD.

are pleased to announce the extension of their area as officially appointed distributors for
07 July 1960 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
Fowey Harbour Bill Passed In Lords

Fowey Harbour Bill Passed In Lords

The House of Lords examiners on Monday passed the Bill which seeks to confirm the provisional order made by the Minister of Transport enabling Fowey Harbour Commissioners to set aside from revenue £75,000 a year for the replacement of vessels, plant and apparatus. The Bill also
07 July 1960 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
WOE

WOE

For not obeying a "Halt" sign at Trerulefoot. Vincent John Matthews. of Yew Tree Cottage. Widegates, Looe, was fined £3 at Torpoint on Tuesday and had his licence endorsed. QUETHIOCK Special sermons were preached at the Parish Church in connection with S.P.G. Sunday by the Rev.
07 July 1960 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
Won by Ten Wickets

Won by Ten Wickets

Veryan "B" at home lost to Gorran by 10 wickets. Batting first, Veryo.n failed against the keen bowling and fielding of their opponents, and were all out for only 33 runs. Gorran passed Veryan's score without losing a wicket and went on to score 104 for eight. Scores: VERYAN "B"
07 July 1960 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
BRAKES FAILED ON BOSCASTLE HILL COURT TOLD CAR COMPLETE WRITE-OFF

BRAKES FAILED ON BOSCASTLE HILL COURT TOLD CAR COMPLETE WRITE-OFF

Attar pleading not guilty to using a car without an efficient braking system Michael William Gibbett. of 12. Victoria Grove, Bideford, was find £5 at Camelford Magistrates' Court on Friday. He was represented by Mr. John Parnall, Messrs. Wilson, Pam&ll and Godwin, Launceston. In
07 July 1960 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
Friendly

Friendly

EAST CORNWALL LEAGUE v. PLYMOUTH AND DISTRICT LEAGUE—PIayed at Looe and won by the East Cornwall League by 28 shots. Scores E.C. League only)—J. Brown, R. Edmonds, R. Toms. P. Symons, 38-23,• R. Moore, W. H. Chapman, J. Willoughby, C. Harvey, 30-21; H. Chapman, E. Luke, A. E. re
07 July 1960 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England