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Buckinghamshire.

Buckinghamshire.

The exemplary sentence of years' penal servitude was passed Justice Hawkins at Seeks Assizes on G. Franklin, labourer, for arson at Leckhampstead, by which four ricks vrere burnt. the Queen's consent, the title of the "Bucks General Infirmary" at Avletbury it changed to " Royal
11 February 1898 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
Are the Americans our Kinsmen ?

Are the Americans our Kinsmen ?

a popular paper read hundreds of thousands of people a statement appeared the other day that the Americans were foreigners, were not our kinsmen, and that not more than five per cent, were of Anglo-Saxon extraction. The notion that the new American is compound of a dozen foreign
6 May 1898 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
LUTON BOROUGH SESSIONS.

LUTON BOROUGH SESSIONS.

JUU *_/ VJ» *-*. Mokdat, 2. Before Mr. J. Higgint. BOOZE. Totptell, tramp, charged with stealing, on April from the Midland Railway booking hall Luton, two hooka, the property of the Bev. W. Begley, Vicar of Hyde. Supt. Rogers said proposed to call a small amount of and then ask
6 May 1898 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
CYCLING NOTES.

CYCLING NOTES.

Cycling tracks three yards wide have been laid down on either aide some the leading thoroughfares in Berlin. Riders are required cycle only on these tracks, and collisions with vehicles are thus rendered impossible. Sooner or later a similar plan will probably be adopted this co
6 May 1898 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
The feather of fuhion very long tip, something between ten and fifteen inches. Daring Easter week over 1,000 Amerioan bicycles

The feather of fuhion very long tip, something between ten and fifteen inches. Daring Easter week over 1,000 Amerioan bicycles

were unshipped Liverpool. Valuable Cabgo.—The Shenandoah, which was reported to be captnred by the Spaniards, but which has arrived the Mersey, has 4 500 tons of wheat board, wbioh, owing to the sensational advance which has taken place in the wheat market, is worth to-day over
6 May 1898 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
JENKINS'S EARS.

JENKINS'S EARS.

FKIDAY, APRIL 29rH. At last war has broken out between Spain and the United States. In the opinion the best men both sides of the Atlantic tbi& war is unnecessary. The cost to the two nations in lite and treasure veil! vastly the good that will done the lescue of Cuba from the h
29 April 1898 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
LUTON RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL.

LUTON RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL.

Monday, April 25. The first meeting of the new Board was held above. Present—Messrs. E. Barnard, J. Anstee, A. J. Cook, G. Shaw, E. Bailey, R. Andrews, T. George, X. Brigg, J. Gillbam, J. 1 R. Scroggs, J. Horton, S. Horsier, and F. Borsler, and Rev. A. A. Anderson, with the Cler
29 April 1898 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
CYCLING NOTES.

CYCLING NOTES.

A good deal has been written lately aboat single tube tyres, and in all probability the tyre of tbe will be of this description. The inner tobe, provided with a stout outer cover, now largely employed, was but a makeshift originally. People supposed that a single tube conld not
29 April 1898 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
Football.

Football.

LUTON v. MILLWALL ATHLETIC. A DRAWN GAME. friendly" was decided at Millwall on Saturday in fine weather. About 4,000 spectators watched the game, but the visitors from Luton were few. Winning the toss, the Millwall men played with the wind and sun behind them, and had the best o
29 April 1898 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
LEIGHTON BUZZARD.

LEIGHTON BUZZARD.

J-'XJiV* Friendly Aid.—At a couple concerts given by the Aspley Guise and District Orchestral Society this week the orchestra was again augmented by Mrs. H. Munday, Mr. E. Sear Mr. F. Chamberlain, and Mr. H. Muoday, of Lsigbton. Mcsical Success—Miss E. M. Aehwell, of Leightoo Bu
29 April 1898 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England