In May 1913, a woman, who was charged with drunkenness at the West Ham police court, laid the blame for her condition on her pipe.
During the following month came an invitation to dine at West Ham.
The licensee of a West Ham public-house has just purchased a parrot which is trained to imitate the bagpipes.
Has looked at Member for West Ham, measured him, weighed him, and set him aside.
For such populations as West Ham, work on the land in return for sustenance seems to be the way out.
Distress brooded over West Ham, for instance, like a black cloud.
The West Ham Corporation spent over £26,000 on relief works.
He hoped to succeed to the rectory of West Ham, but being disappointed he now came to London, and launched out into extravagance.