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SINGULAR RECOVERY OF STOLEN DIAMONDS.

SINGULAR RECOVERY OF STOLEN DIAMONDS.

Through the assistance rendered the Foreignoffice and the Home Secretary, Mi. Hart, a diamond merchant Paris, will recover a large quantity of diamonds worth about £-5,000. March last Mr. Hart was robbed of diamonds and securities called '• Paris Obligations," and a female who h
28 May 1870 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
THE CHURCH and THE WESLEYANS.

THE CHURCH and THE WESLEYANS.

"A Wesleyan Layman" writes to the Editor of The Times: —Mr. Miall may consider the endeavour to separate the Church from the State an object worthy of His life, but there are those without the communion of the Church of England who think otherwise, and of whom one. Igo further,
2 December 1871 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
THE PUBLIC HEALTH.

THE PUBLIC HEALTH.

Some curious statistics respecting the pressure of last week's mortality are given in the return the Rogistrar- 1863 deaths showed an increaso 36 per cent, upon those registered in the week ending tho 11th November, when the recent inclement weather not yet influenced the return
2 December 1871 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
G. STRANGE & SON, WELLINGTON STEEET and MARKET PLACE, LUTON, Having completed their arrangements for the SPUING TRADE, beg to

G. STRANGE & SON, WELLINGTON STEEET and MARKET PLACE, LUTON, Having completed their arrangements for the SPUING TRADE, beg to

give notice to the public generally that every department will be found to contain the Choicest Novelties the season. A CHOICE SELECTION OF DRESSES, From 2s. lid. to 21s. the Dress. BLACK & COLOURED SILKS, from Is. lid. to Bs. 6d. per Yard. All the Newest Shapes in LADIES' CLOTH
9 March 1872 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
READ HERE AND SEE THE GREAT BENEFIT DERIVED FROM A Is. lid. ARTICLE. ALLCOC'K'S POROUS PLASTERS have relieved sufferers when

READ HERE AND SEE THE GREAT BENEFIT DERIVED FROM A Is. lid. ARTICLE. ALLCOC'K'S POROUS PLASTERS have relieved sufferers when

in fhe greatest pain, and all other remedies had faded. PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS of all SCHOOLS RECOMMEND THEM.—A doctor said, the other day, "Ido not know whether Allcock's Plasters contain all the virtues you ascribe to them, but this I know—no plaster local application has eve
9 March 1872 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 

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SPECIAL MEETING OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH, Tuesday.

SPECIAL MEETING OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH, Tuesday.

Present—Mr John Higgins, chairman; Messrs. Gunn, Barrett, Davis, Oliver, Webdale, Johnson, and Drewett. NUMBERING THE STREETS. cheque was drawn for £22 12s. sd. for numbering the houses and naming the streets. COMPENSATION. A cheque for £3 3s. was drawn for Mr Smith, for compens
4 November 1871 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
LUTON MARKET. LUTON WEEKLY SALE OF FAT AND OTHER STOCK. nr. .1. Cumberland Will Sell by Auction, On PARK SQUARE,

LUTON MARKET. LUTON WEEKLY SALE OF FAT AND OTHER STOCK. nr. .1. Cumberland Will Sell by Auction, On PARK SQUARE,

LUTON, EVERY MONDAY, commencing at Eleven o'clock in the morning, punctually, FAT BEASTS. FAT SHEEP, FAT PIGS, And all kinds FAT AND STORE STOCK, HORSES, CARTS, IMPLEMENTS, &c, &c. Entries for these sales should be made on or before Thursday in each week, to insure insertion the
21 May 1870 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
BIRTHS. On 18th inst., the wife of Mr. George Whitbread, Luton, a daughter. MARRIAGES. On the 12th inst., St. Bloomsbury,

BIRTHS. On 18th inst., the wife of Mr. George Whitbread, Luton, a daughter. MARRIAGES. On the 12th inst., St. Bloomsbury,

by the Rev. G. J. Siory. William Small, solictor, Bedford, to Elizabeth Malcolm, second daughter of George Knox, solicitor, 3, Bloomsbury-square, London. On the 17th inst., at the parish church, Luton, by the Rev. J. O'Neil, Mr. Thomas Astell, to Miss Martha Peacock. DEATHS. On
21 May 1870 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
BREACH OF THE VACCINATION ACT.

BREACH OF THE VACCINATION ACT.

THE SHORTCOMINGS OF THAT STATUTE A case oi some importance under the Vaccination Act came before the Leeds magistrates last week. A chemist of the name of Toulson was summoned ihe Leeds Board of Guardians for non-compliance with the provisions of the Vaccination Act. It appeared
19 June 1869 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
PETTY SESSIONS, Monday.

PETTY SESSIONS, Monday.

Before Lionel Ames, Esq., chairman; and eV " B. Smyth. The Begging Trade. H Robert Gowers, tramp, was charged c in Adelaide Street. Luton, on the 21st of Isr for the purpose of collecting alms. o P.c. Wright saw the prisoner l " c , got no work to do—oo —oo," an apprehending him
2 April 1870 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England