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SUMMER OOMENG.

SUMMER OOMENG.

Paris Meteorological Bureau has last given a promise of summer the disconsolate city shivering under January in May. A high pressure area has been reported east the Azores, the effect of this is that the laine which have hung over Paris are being pvshed east-wards over Alsace. A
22 May 1903 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
TILSWORTH.

TILSWORTH.

CHURCH RESTORATION. Ten ytais ago the church Stanbridge was restored .i cost of £2,100. and now the sister church at , Tilsworth is in very urgent need of the same 1 attention. For some Tears. Tilsworth church | lias been in a forlorn and decaying condition, and lately serious f
22 May 1903 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
HOW 3,000 BOTTLES OF BEER WENT.

HOW 3,000 BOTTLES OF BEER WENT.

At Liverpool Police Court Lillie Ellis Lowe, late saloon barkeeper the Sa'onia, was charged with misappropriating the vessel's stores on the voyage from Liverpool New York and back last February. Priscne- had charge the cellar, and lie was stated have misappropriated 3,000 bottl
22 May 1903 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
Passive Resistance.

Passive Resistance.

Mr. Elliott, the Unionist Candidate And, we venture to hope, Member for the Division, spoke subjects enrrent interest -at the Primroae League gathering Loton liast week, and it is to be hoped that his remarks the subject of Education a*d Passive Resistance will be kid to heart i
22 May 1903 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
Mr. G. H. Turner, who rose from clerk's desk to be general manager the Midland Railway, died on Wednesday right

Mr. G. H. Turner, who rose from clerk's desk to be general manager the Midland Railway, died on Wednesday right

St. Pancraß Hotel, following upon operation on Monday. was" years of age and resisted the post of general manager, which l held for 9 years, in 1901.
22 May 1903 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
Motor-Cars and Hospital Patients.

Motor-Cars and Hospital Patients.

The Automobile Club is thoughtfully and ! oenerouslv asking its members to lend cars for i occasional motor trips for the sick m the London hospitals. We hope some way may be found whereby we can amalgamate fences and all join hands the good car lendmg cause Perhaps the ladies'
22 May 1903 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
PROGRESS IN THE SOUDAN.

PROGRESS IN THE SOUDAN.

KHARTUM IN 1903. A recent visitor to Khartum gives a description the splendid results of Britfch rule the Soudan, and the wonderful developments sinoe 1885, when General Gordon wa» murdered. The writer says Khartum no looker a dust-heap; it riverside. European, half-comnleted ci
22 May 1903 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
Luton's New Skating Rink.

Luton's New Skating Rink.

Listen attractions for its townsfolk wilf newr C the ' ompletlon a tin., new win. h is now being; I^eVFound^ ' 1 U " ,hf ' Sil of The new rink "will be one of the largest an-J best appointed in the .Midlands A covered •"trance is being made from Park-strcet, neat i' St l l ,here
9 July 1909 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
TON A V N T A, A TONIC MEAT MALT WINE, 3/6. A Superior preparation of Fine Wine Meat Malt.

TON A V N T A, A TONIC MEAT MALT WINE, 3/6. A Superior preparation of Fine Wine Meat Malt.

Invaluable for Depression after Influenza, Anaemia, and other debilitated conditions Jk. Perfect Pick-me-up and Tonic. PLEASE ASK FOR FULLER'S TONAVINTA. T. FORMAN & Co., MARKET HILL STORES, LUTON. TELEPHONE 358. RINKING THE GRACEFUL PASTIME. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. THE PREMIER ROLL
9 July 1909 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England