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The Tramp Problem at the Luton Workhouse.

The Tramp Problem at the Luton Workhouse.

INFLUX UNDESIRABLE VISITORS Another phase of the tramp problem cam before the Luton Board of Guardians at thei meeting Monday morning. The Master reported that ewing the increase the number of tramps, had ha< provide sleeping ou this had been done House labour. The Clerk : What
October 5, 1906 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
HOCKLIFFE.

HOCKLIFFE.

The Harvest Festival St. Nicholas Church was observed Thursday. The church was beautifully decorated by Mis. Tatham. Mrs. liaker. the Misses Napier and other ladies. Flowers, fruit and corn were plentiful, but there were not manv vegetables, owing to the dry weather. Turner's Ma
October 5, 1906 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
" It was better have tried and lost than never to have tried at all," was Sir J. Crichton Browne's

" It was better have tried and lost than never to have tried at all," was Sir J. Crichton Browne's

version of Lord Tennyson'*; lines, in his words to the students who had not won prizes at Leeds University.
October 5, 1906 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
I Th. other day a Carlisle man was caught the police selling pirated music, and fined ss. and costs. are

I Th. other day a Carlisle man was caught the police selling pirated music, and fined ss. and costs. are

life's little ironies. was selling "Angel? guard thee.' ; Globe." man (says the Practitioner who knows how to rest from labour will live longer, and accomplish more than one who a 1 lows the fever of strenuous living to fret bis mind and bod; premature decay.
October 5, 1906 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
Christianity in China.

Christianity in China.

The tragic death Bishop Hoare Vic toria in recent typhoon ofl H«mg Kong cvoktxi flood of reminisoeuw from those •ho were privileged know him. Nov the least interesting these art 1 the words the prospects of Christian missions in China, addressed by the Bishop, last year a congre
October 5, 1906 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
RKADIiSTO FOR THE MILLION OJ*E of our great physicians say* that to read an interesting Book is moie beneficial than

RKADIiSTO FOR THE MILLION OJ*E of our great physicians say* that to read an interesting Book is moie beneficial than

take a 4- le of metlicine. Popular Novels AND Story Books. In paper covers, published at 6d. To be uo'd for 4»d. cash ; post free 6d. Th. se published at Is. for £)d.; pout fre« 10id. E. J. ATKINS & SON " Beds. Advertiser " Office, GEORGE STREET. LUTON. 2s. NOVELS .for 9i. Two f
October 5, 1906 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
LINSLADE.

LINSLADE.

ROUND THE FESTIVE BOARD. — The White Horse Inn, which has recently teen taken over from Mr. Bartlett by Mr. G. Clancy (a well-known steeplechase jockey), was the scene a festive gathering Tuesday even, ing, when about twenty-six of Mr; "'Clancy's customers sat down to supper, un
July 19, 1907 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
WING.

WING.

The Surveyor >eported to the Wing Rural Council Friday that plans had been submitted for alterations to Liscombe House; alterations to Pitstone Schools: a new cricket pavilion at Mientmore; and alterations West End Farm, Oheddington. Ledburn bridge is to be *e-built. WATER SUPPL
July 19, 1907 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
HUSBORNE CRAWLEY.

HUSBORNE CRAWLEY.

OUTING.—The Church choir and bellringers, accompanied the Rev. A. Rust and few Church workers, went for their annual outing on Thursday. Eastbourne was the chosen plaoe, tnd a very enjoyable though long day was spent.
July 19, 1907 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
WOBURN SANDS.

WOBURN SANDS.

At tie meeting of the Woburn Sands Parish Council, a letter was read from bht Bucks. County Council stating thai they could not see their way clear sweeping- the road in the High-street oftener than at present, but they would lend the Parish Council a water cart, provided they s
July 19, 1907 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England