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WITH THE CLARENCE.

WITH THE CLARENCE.

A capital game woe witnessed on the Tow ground on Christmas morning. when Lut Clarence met Frickers' Athletic in the sec* rcund of the Beds. Cup. Altboggh the Ciarence led at the interv:l by 1-0, this did not represent the run of the in the first half, foe Friekers' un:doubtedly
December 30, 1919 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
TO LET OR WANTED TO RENT

TO LET OR WANTED TO RENT

A•A•A• F ACTORY WANTED. IatRDIATE OR EARLY DATE. BOX 1225. NEWS OFFICE. LUTON. A ROOM WANTED; imitable for office; central.- V. Hawkes, Dosch-road, Luton. HOARD-RESIDENCE TO LET two share room or one gentleman.— WM . oor-street. Luton. HOUSE. Suits or Furnished Apartments wanted
December 30, 1919 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
tion of Chriatrnat parcel& to aged ranr.le and needy funthee by the Sunday setter! clause took place. The fund, r&aed

tion of Chriatrnat parcel& to aged ranr.le and needy funthee by the Sunday setter! clause took place. The fund, r&aed

by • churth collection on the Sunday before for bringing cheer into poor homes. wu
December 30, 1919 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
TUESDAY TELEGRAPH

TUESDAY TELEGRAPH

No. 152. PROBLEMS OF PEACE Austria's Appeal—ltalian Opposition --Germany's Reply. PARIS, Tuesday. The Council of Four are much impressed by the complaints made by the Austrian delegation at St. Germain, that among their delegates are some responsible for important State and admi
May 27, 1919 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
CL.►AV filter/1w

CL.►AV filter/1w

With fresh ground t live on the condition growing stork considerably improves. the turning over of the ground, or the moving of the coops firm one place to enother, giros the birds a new interest fa life. They look end reel liette , r and brighter, and will certainly make better
May 27, 1919 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
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" Nobody quits so contemptuous of tho pit as the man who occupies a free mat in the stalls." Mrs. Lswir speak , eel astral the " general grave," we believe, is Quit• • cue. tomary one in both public and privatelyowned cemeteries, although we have always felt that God's erre shou
May 27, 1919 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
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Two members of the Houre of Commons. Mr. D. H. Herbert end Mr. G. A. Talbot, also become magistrates "As soon as we get back to normal conditions, Luton is going to have anything from 100.000 to •150,000 inhabitant,. Sharpenlice will only be a mile or m from the outskirts of Lut
May 27, 1919 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
Nest Week's Cesipetitiess.

Nest Week's Cesipetitiess.

!or Gills.—To con,ort a pool.' to prom. sad pores tumulus. fir Bnr...—trqx.r dome, • woodw rk for maiior • design est from Bert who hid any woodfits, whatever standard they my -.ad toe earittlard GIRLS. Drigns (such an or motto). July 27th. September 21st. Needlework, Jane 29th
May 27, 1919 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
ANOTHER ADJOURNMENT.

ANOTHER ADJOURNMENT.

A large body of the general public gathered at the entrance to the Shire Hail, the steps being guarded by four stalwart constables. The seatie!s - the Court wee fpled. and there were also several ladies the gaiter,. Tho Deputy Coroner, Mr. 6. J. H. Whyley, occupied a emit at the
May 27, 1919 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
BEDS & HERTS TUESDAY TELEGRAPH.

BEDS & HERTS TUESDAY TELEGRAPH.

1 ear no more of reductions.—" Sunday Pic- to - r - 1.41." New Patties. Some people, not excluding Members of Parliament, are agitating themselves unduly about mysterious schemes for creating new parties. The fear to be that we wake up one fine morning to behold the embers of a
December 2, 1919 - Beds and Herts Pictorial - Luton, Bedfordshire, England