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Potato Crops Ruined by Disease.

Potato Crops Ruined by Disease.

The potato blight in Huntingdonshire, Cambridgeshire, and South Lincolnshire is the most disastrous recorded since the failure of the old "Regents" in 1876. Thousands of acres have yielded only a ton, or even less, an acre, instead of eight or ten tons, and manv of the crops are
22 September 1905 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
Luton Secondary School and Technical Institution.

Luton Secondary School and Technical Institution.

CERTIFICATES DISTRIBUTED BY LADY WERNKER. BRILLIANT ADDRESS ON EDUCATION , BY MR. R. E. PROTHERO, M.V.O. OLD AND NEW METHODS CONTRASTED A LOFTY IDEAL FOR PARENTS, TEACHERS AND STUDENTS. To inaugurate the session the Luton Technical institute's evening classes, a public meeting w
22 September 1905 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
£. J. ATKINS & SON, Commercial & General Printers, DIE SINKERS, & LITHOGRAPHERS, 54, GEORGE ST., LUTON, POSTERS AND BILLS,

£. J. ATKINS & SON, Commercial & General Printers, DIE SINKERS, & LITHOGRAPHERS, 54, GEORGE ST., LUTON, POSTERS AND BILLS,

of all kinds, in One or More Colours. BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS. TO BE FIRST is to occupy an enviable position. Many aspire for first place, but few attain it. To acquire the lead, aspiration and push alone are not sufficient—merit is required. This is exactly why Bans flits stand for
22 September 1905 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
STOMACHTORTURES RACKING HEADACHES, PAINS AFTER EATING, CURED AND KEPT CORED BY BOTHER SEISEL'S SYRUP. "I had been almost life-long sufferer

STOMACHTORTURES RACKING HEADACHES, PAINS AFTER EATING, CURED AND KEPT CORED BY BOTHER SEISEL'S SYRUP. "I had been almost life-long sufferer

from indigestion wlien Mother Seigel's Syrup and Pills restored me health. my case the ailment took the form of violent pains across the body and a great load or pressure on the chest. "I had often a sick bilious feeling, while the headaches I endured were past my power to descr
22 September 1905 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
MEMORIAL CARDS.—A Choice Assortment of Single and Double MEMORIAL CARDS, of chaste And appropriate designs, and at moderate prioes, at

MEMORIAL CARDS.—A Choice Assortment of Single and Double MEMORIAL CARDS, of chaste And appropriate designs, and at moderate prioes, at

E. J. ATKINS £ SON'S, 54, Street, Luton. T. & E. NEVILLE, UNDERTAKERS, AND FUNERAD CARRIAGE PROPRIETORS, CASTLE STREET, LUTON FUNERALS CONDUCTED IN THE MOST MODERN STYLE At Strictly Moderate Charges. Every Requisite Kept. The Tba.de Supplied. The Oldest Established. W. MEEDS (La
22 September 1905 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
DISASTROUS FIRE AT HARLINGTON.

DISASTROUS FIRE AT HARLINGTON.

Abnnt four o'olock on Thursday morning a disastrous fire broke out at Harlington on the farm occupied by Mr. Cocking. The combined noise, smell, and glare of the fire roused Mr. Docking, vho immediately summoned what assistance he could, and also sent » messenger to Toddington f
22 December 1899 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
Death of Mrs. F. C. Scabgill. —We regret to announce the deatb, which occurred her residence at Ulverston on Friday

Death of Mrs. F. C. Scabgill. —We regret to announce the deatb, which occurred her residence at Ulverston on Friday

night, of Mrs. Elizabeth Scargill. The deceased who was the wife of Mr, F. C. onetime Steward of the Manor of Luton and the Clerk to the Boron Justices, was also the widow of Mr. Miles Kennedy, of Brarningham Shott. Mrs. Scargill, some time back under went operation, from the ef
22 December 1899 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
THE TRANSVAAL

THE TRANSVAAL

indian troops and the war dents " Tunes are still 4hcnsing the question native Indian troops sad the war. Lord de Vesci says: If ever w vitii Russia took place or near the leoetiert India it is hardly likely that iiim of native troops the Indian Army not be available It is to ho
22 December 1899 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
C, H. DOLBE,

C, H. DOLBE,

72, CARDIGAN ST., High-Class Grocer, Provision Merchant, and Health Food Stores. LUTON,
3 December 1915 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
SHEEP DIPPING.

SHEEP DIPPING.

NOTOE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Agriculture and Fiaheries have made an Order or which the following is copy : (9398) ORDER OF THE BOARD OF AGRICUTURE AND FISHERIES. (Dated Ist April 1915.) the Second Sshedule hereto, or the like effect requiring the dipping of the sheep
16 April 1915 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England