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Old-EstmbHahed CARRYING BUSINESS BETWEEN LONDON A LUTON, TO* IMMBDIATB DISPOSAL Henry Holyoak be*. to announce that has instructed Mr. Thomas

Old-EstmbHahed CARRYING BUSINESS BETWEEN LONDON A LUTON, TO* IMMBDIATB DISPOSAL Henry Holyoak be*. to announce that has instructed Mr. Thomas

Bruin (who has taken another businees), TO DISPOSE BY PRIVATE TREATY. of the retire concrm, together with the HORSES and PLANT, rfficienl working order, for resrular rommnnication Road, between LUTON and LONDON. 1), Castle-street. Luton, Dec. 4. 1860.
22 December 1860 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
J. MUSKS,

J. MUSKS,

FURNITURE DEALER, 17 A 18, Manchester Street. JM. in returning his sincere thanks to the public in general, for the very liberal support be has received since he commenced business in the line, begs leave to announce to the inhabitants. that he intends continuing bis Monthly Sal
22 December 1860 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
GE O . DESCRIPTION HART’S,

GE O . DESCRIPTION HART’S,

KO. 7, PARK SQUARE, LUTON. ERS CLOSED TO ORDER. U P FARR’S PULMONIC COUGH SYRUP, A SAFE AND EFFECTUAL REMEDY F.)R Coughs, Colds, Shortness of Breath, Influenza, &c. Prepared an Sold in Boltlet at 13jrf. each, by ARCHER FARR, DISPENSING CHEMIST, 110. PARK SQUARE. LUTON. MRS. WISE
22 December 1860 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
DRINK AND ITS CONSEQUENCES.

DRINK AND ITS CONSEQUENCES.

At the Stafford Assizes on Monday, Samuel Twlgg, bricklayer, was triad for the murder of Mary Twlgg, Us wife, on the 26th July last, at Bilston. The principal witness against the prisoner was his own son, youth of 16 years of age, who retiring from the witness-box, said, Please,
22 December 1860 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
JUST IN TIME TO BE TOO LATE FOB ACTION.

JUST IN TIME TO BE TOO LATE FOB ACTION.

JUST TIME TO BE TOO LATE FOB ACTION. At sunrise of the morning after the arrival of the army, salute of twenty-one guns was fired by the artillery to announce our positions to the prisoners, and to our cavalry and artillery which had crossed our trail and gone on the Sommer Palac
22 December 1860 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
STAY AND A U L, CORSET

STAY AND A U L, CORSET

MAKER, HOLYWELL HILL, ST. ALBANS, (Late of Market Placet Hitchin,) ATTENDS EVERY MONDAY t-SA 19, Wellington Street, Luton. EVEF Y description of Stays made to order on the most improved principle, and the lowest remunera ,mg price. An assortment of Elastic Stockings on hand, as
23 June 1860 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
A FAITHLESS PENNY POSTMAN!

A FAITHLESS PENNY POSTMAN!

In the Bail Court, London, the action Smith v. Corrum has l»cen tried, being an action for breach of promise The plaintiff and the defendant were both young, about 21 years of age, and both in a very humble position in life; Elizabeth Ann Smith being in the employ of wholesale s
23 June 1860 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
REMARKS ON PASSING EVENTS.

REMARKS ON PASSING EVENTS.

A serious investigation has been taking place the Thames police-court in London during the last few days, which concerns the management of the United Kingdom Mutual annuity Society. The association professed to under the patronage of Lord Shaftesbury and the Bishop of Oxford, wh
23 June 1860 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
are improperly lighted or imperfectly ventilated. ,, One of the inspectors is struck with the number of deaths among these

are improperly lighted or imperfectly ventilated. ,, One of the inspectors is struck with the number of deaths among these

young people. School rooms, being meant to hold as many children possible, require a large and regular supply of fresh air, and exit for the impure; and Mr. Pidduck, the physician to the Home and Colonial Training College, maintains that the air in class-rooms requires to contin
23 June 1860 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
To the Editor of the Luton Timet,

To the Editor of the Luton Timet,

Sir,—He is a clever ftdlow who can please everybody. Public writers must expect rub. If their facts and arguments cannot be upset, then try the suburbs. The last letter on veils and falls, which you did me the honour of printing, has called forth certain strictures. Having lived
23 June 1860 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England