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Beds. Education Committee.

Beds. Education Committee.

THE AFFAIRS OF MR. SPOONER. The Beds. Ednoation Committee held a meeting at the Shire Hall, Bedford, on Friday, when there were present Mr. H. Whitbread (is the ohair). Mr. W. T. Lye, Mr. W. Whitworth, Mr. R. Richmond, Mr. O. Warren, Mrs. Emily Carruthere, Mr. R. Goodman, Mr. Ch
June 14, 1912 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
AN OLD MAN'S THEFT.

AN OLD MAN'S THEFT.

WELL KNOWN CHARACTER CHARGED WITH RECEIVING. THE BENEFIT OF THE DOUBT. A grevhaired, deaf old man named John" Brown, ot 57, lHimfries-st'eet, appeared the Luton Borough Sessions Wednesday to answer charge stealing * coat. value 3i., the property of Jennie Harris, on June sth. Je
June 14, 1912 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
LEAGRAVE.

LEAGRAVE.

WEDDING.—The wedding took place at Bisoot Church Saturday, of Mr. Alfred Hoar, third soo Mr and Mrs. Frederick Hoar, of Leagrave, Mies Elizabeth Caroline Corkett, eldest daughter Mr. and Mrs. Corkett, "Trewayne," beagrave. The Rev. A. S. Farbrother officiated. The bride was char
June 14, 1912 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
KENSWORTH.

KENSWORTH.

A STRAY PlGEON.—Writing from Lynch, Mr. R Turner informs that a pigeon dure last weft with ring on its leg, marked Gil, 9013 Seeing an aooount of the East End Club flying match in our paper last week, the writer would be glad hear if tie (did belongs one of the members that club
June 14, 1912 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
Tramps' Outrageous Conduct

Tramps' Outrageous Conduct

THEY SMASH VALUABLE WINDOW AT LUTON. At occasional Court at Luton on Tuesday morning, before the May >r (Mr. (J. Ordish) and other justices, Kuril and Wiujim Lee, described tramps, were brought in custody charged with doing wilful damage shop window, the property Harry hite. Man
September 22, 1905 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
Football Notes and News.

Football Notes and News.

" Grasshopper." SOUTHERN LEAGUE. LUTOX v. WEST HAM. By winning Castle on Saturday, Luton did a little bettor than the majority of the Southern clubs. Curing the weekthere had been a great deal of speculation to the final result of Luton's encounter with West Ham United j and foo
September 22, 1905 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
UNITED LEAGUE.

UNITED LEAGUE.

LUTON GRAY'S UNITED- Luton Town took a walk-over Grey's United in this United League match on Monday on the Town Ground, about 1,000 people * being present. The result was: Luton 9 goals, Gray's 1. The teams were: Luton.—Piatt; Biackett and McOurdy; F. Sawkes, White, and R. Hawk
September 22, 1905 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
HEXTON.

HEXTON.

The Rev. 0. R. Fillingham, writing from the Elgin Burghs, said : see the "Daily News" in the Far North, and I have seen the paragraph which states that it is likely „t, the Bishop of St. Albans will drop the proceedings he took against me for ordaining- Mr. White, and preaching
September 22, 1905 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
A MOTOR-CAR FOR THE DESERT.

A MOTOR-CAR FOR THE DESERT.

MOTOR-CAR FOR THE DESERT. Sir F. Wingate, the Sirdar of the Egyptian Army, to take back with him, Egypt, new motor-car constructed specially for travelling over the desert sand. The wheels are of an exceptional height, and are entirely enclosed light metal plates, hollowed out pr
September 22, 1905 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
Buckinghamshire.

Buckinghamshire.

The Bucks Otter Hounds have killed 13i brace during this season. Miss Alice Rothschild has left Waddesdon Manor and gone abroad for the winter. The Bucks County Cricket Club played 8 matches last season j 2 were won, lost, and drawn. The Aylesbury Guardians are prepared receive
September 22, 1905 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England