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Unexpected Calls.

Unexpected Calls.

gammer brings many unexpected demands the cook. Extra puddings and cakes have frequently to be made at short notice, and the thrifty housewife looks ahead, and fay* reserve stock necessaries. Among ! ctojl essential these are entrants. needs to be reminded that the anoraing's ba
July 19, 1907 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
TMnoe winning motor con. teats. Touting in the Isle M'an is to be checked with determined hand. woman wis convicted

TMnoe winning motor con. teats. Touting in the Isle M'an is to be checked with determined hand. woman wis convicted

at Altrincham tor systematic. thefts of door-mats. 11 Randolph Churchill, now Mrs. Cbrn. wall West, has written a volume reminiscence, which should prove very readable. The husband's day (says a cynic) consists of eight hours for sleep, c-izht hours for work, and eight hours for
July 19, 1907 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
HEMEL HEMPSTEAD GREAT HORSE SHOW, August Bank Holiday, 1907. BURY MEADOWS (ADJonnxG GA.DE BRIDGE PAM). Jumping and Driving; Competitions, Turnouts,

HEMEL HEMPSTEAD GREAT HORSE SHOW, August Bank Holiday, 1907. BURY MEADOWS (ADJonnxG GA.DE BRIDGE PAM). Jumping and Driving; Competitions, Turnouts,

&c. GRAND YEOMANRY DISPLAY Fire Brigade Contests. DANCING. ILLUMINATIONS. DICKINSON'S BAND. ADMISSION: Is. till 6 ; afterwards, 6d. ENTRIES CLOSE TUESDAY, JULY 23RD. DOUBLE ENTRY, JULY 29th. For Schedules and further particulars, apply J. AG. Kidman. Hon. Secretaries, Hemel Hnnm
July 19, 1907 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
THE SAINT WHO NEVER WASHED.

THE SAINT WHO NEVER WASHED.

Lord Avebtiry recalled the story, in speech in London of the woman who was made a saint becai.se she never washed. In de■ fending the sending medical man as a representative on the Common Council, he , said that not the least important of the duties of a local authority was t-he
October 5, 1906 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
EVERSHOLT.

EVERSHOLT.

EXPENSIVE THREATS, —At Wobura Sessions on Friday, Eversholt labourer named John was summco*ed for using threat* towards Dcra Brazier (19J. Mr. H. W. Lsthom defended, and pleaded \j©t guilty.—Complaint stated th*t Oakley lived the next-door oottage. The the houses «11 opened into
October 5, 1906 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
Bedfordshire.

Bedfordshire.

The locks the Ouse between Bedford ■Mi Barford have been closed for this season. The Duchess of Bedford presided the other •day at a " story matinee in Chelsea Town Gall. There are 90 new boys at the Bedford "Grammar School this term, and at the Bedford Modern School. committee
October 5, 1906 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
BARTON.

BARTON.

At th* Primitive Methodist bti ««ct festival Sunday. Councillor J. Horton, Luton, preached in the morning and Mr. W. Horsier in the evening. the Manor School on Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. Cock*, who v*a* iuiroduced by the Rector, distributed the County Education Commitfee's prizes
October 5, 1906 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
HOUGHTON REGIS.

HOUGHTON REGIS.

PARISH COUNCIL. Mr. A. J. presided over the meeting held at the tern road school on Monday night.—ln Mr. Mills, was stated that the County Council were at present repairing the paths? Lower Houghto the path Upper West-street, leading the Downs, had also been greatly improved.—Th
October 5, 1906 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
Ely RtJtAL APPOIKTMEKr T

Ely RtJtAL APPOIKTMEKr T

October 5, 1906 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England