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MAJOR LEVITA AT NEWLYN.

MAJOR LEVITA AT NEWLYN.

the De.'ouist candidate, addresseet i a meeting the electors at the soli loirooni, on Friday evening in support hi* candidature. The room was densely packed as were the approaches to the building. A systematic effort, had been made Keep out nor-voters. and result or this a numbe
27 January 1910 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
THE GENERAL ELECTION.

THE GENERAL ELECTION.

WEDNESDAY'S POLLING. WALES. TYDFIL. Kardie (Lab) 13,841 Pntchard Morgan (I) 3,639 1906- eral ma - ; - Unionist ... 10,744 • **«K>Or majority over Liberal, 6,195. THURSDAYS RESULTS. n E aT FORDSHIRE (EAST >- -B.BarnS (i;) : :::::::: majority, 80 Major E Ks (ABINGDON). E A Ren f e
27 January 1910 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
THE CAUSE OF SLEEPLESSNESS.

THE CAUSE OF SLEEPLESSNESS.

SPA^\ i H I The One Food Beverage that Feeds whilst Yoa You eat about every four hours in the day-time; you starve yourself ior about eight hours every night. Now Dr. Tibbies" Vi-Cocoa is good any meal; it is accessary for supper. Vi-Cocoa at cupper feeds you while you sleep, be
27 January 1910 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
PORTHCURNO MYSTERY. Por'.hcurno correspondent wrote as follows on Thursday morning: Mr. Morrison, a gentleman lodging at Atlantic House, toid hia

PORTHCURNO MYSTERY. Por'.hcurno correspondent wrote as follows on Thursday morning: Mr. Morrison, a gentleman lodging at Atlantic House, toid hia

landlady Wednesday he was for dip. Not returning for tea dinner, search party formed, and his clothes were found in a littje cote neiir Portheurno. Nothing has been seen of his body present. The following letter was received the Rev. Trimer Bennett at the meeting of Board of Gua
27 January 1910 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
CORNWALL COUNTY OFFICES.

CORNWALL COUNTY OFFICES.

TEND ACCEPTED. The fallowing list of tenders received in connection -K-itii the Cornwall County Office* and Chamber. The fonder Mr. W. J. Stan bury, Devonport, for £12,799, ha? be** accepted, subject to the consent of the Government Hoard being obtained thereto. NichclL Bros., L
27 January 1910 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 

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THE HACKNEY TRAGEDY.

THE HACKNEY TRAGEDY.

. ACCUSED ACQUITTED. William Charles Harrison, seaman, H.M.S. Excellent, charged at Xorth London to-da* in connection with the death of Edith Beck, who wae found suffocated at Hackney the 2nd inst., was discharged, the magistrate finding that the jury would probably come the con
27 January 1910 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
EIGHT WINERS KILLED BY FALL OF CAGE.

EIGHT WINERS KILLED BY FALL OF CAGE.

the tall cage from the top to the bottom the pit shaft al the Hottonrigg Colliery, near eight miners were killed with terrible Wednesday. It appears that the eight men were being brought to the surface in cage when something went wrong with the winding engines. Instead the cage
27 January 1910 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
The plucky behaviour of Richard a Birmingham boy scout, has received official • recognition. Kecently who fifteen, went the assistance

The plucky behaviour of Richard a Birmingham boy scout, has received official • recognition. Kecently who fifteen, went the assistance

of a policeman who had been knocked down by a man was avesting. The boy blew the officer's whittle and summoned other policemen. General Baden-Powell has presented the lad with medal recognition of hirt bravery, and this has been handed Madeley -'ssiov.er A. M. Ohance.
27 January 1910 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
FREE TO WOMEN.

FREE TO WOMEN.

Ladies should write at oner for Free bottle of Ann Brown's Female Syrup, finest remedy existence for all female trouble*. Most ptartlinsr testimonials received wonderful results, such have never before achieved any medicine. Trial bottle* 1 sent free two etaiaps enclosed for pac
27 January 1910 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
MR. STANHOPE FORBES' COMPLIMENT "The people intelligently grasped the idea that there was nothing derogatory to their dignity being painted—indeed,

MR. STANHOPE FORBES' COMPLIMENT "The people intelligently grasped the idea that there was nothing derogatory to their dignity being painted—indeed,

saw and felt the implied compliment. And what better material could artists have wished for? A tine-knit race of men and women, engaged in healthy and picturesque occupation, and one which its nature gives the painter his opportunity, when storms and tempests arise, to secure th
27 January 1910 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England