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Staggered into House

Staggered into House

" Time after time we had tried to persuade him to leave them alone," she continued, " Just after lunch my mother and I heard a terrific crash, and a moment later father staggered into the house. lie was terribly hurt." The shed in which Mr. Toon was working bore signs of the exp
28 November 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
DOMESTIC SERVANTS

DOMESTIC SERVANTS

GENERAL required, modern Immo, two in lansily.-166, Knighton Church-rood. 117903 WANTED. reliable experienced mold.-10. St. Jams.'-road. opposite Victoria Park. 18133 WANTED. working bouvekeeper, re of two old TT. people; help provided.-873. Mercury. 1.8373 ellfltL wanted, daily
28 November 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
'FOLLOW THRU'

'FOLLOW THRU'

NANCY CARROLL • CHARLES RORER& T4l. 24354.
28 November 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
UNKNOWN FACILITIES

UNKNOWN FACILITIES

ONL): the fringe of the slum problem had su far been touched, declared Mr. J G. Martin (secretary) at a conference convenid by the National Housing and Town Planning Council at Blackpool to-day. It was indeed lam ntasle, he continued, that 13 years after the conclusion of the wa
28 November 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
CANVASSER REMANDED

CANVASSER REMANDED

Samuel Cowell (50), a cauvasser, of no fixed abode, was remanded in custody for a further week when charged with stealing articles valued SA Bs. from 55, Loughborough-road, Leicester, and with theft 01 'a safety razor and blades, tog ther rith 15s. from 64, Willow Brook-road, Le
28 November 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 

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Lowering the Standard

Lowering the Standard

If school education is to be looked upon solely as a preparation for a business life, and is to be judged by its immediate success or failure in that objective, then good-bye to any reasonable ideals of education among us. The bread and butter standard will never be anything but
28 November 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
H. F. LANCASTER P.8.0.A, NATIONAL. HEALTH INSURANCII OPTICIANS. 53a, LONDON ROAD, LEICFSTBL (Corner of Nelson Telep o at , No.

H. F. LANCASTER P.8.0.A, NATIONAL. HEALTH INSURANCII OPTICIANS. 53a, LONDON ROAD, LEICFSTBL (Corner of Nelson Telep o at , No.

opp. Lillie Heusi' nos. a Fine Winter Drink. • 41i; • 4 With hot water our Lemon Squads it
28 November 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
LEICESTER LICENSEE TO PAY £2O PENALTY

LEICESTER LICENSEE TO PAY £2O PENALTY

POLICE RAID SEQUEL A FINE of £5O was imposed by the Leicester Bench to-day, on Samuel Hubbard (68), a framework knitter, of 20, Victoria-street, Leicester, who pleaded guilty to using the Freeman's Hotel, 19, Aylestone-road, Leicester, for the purpose of betting. • Charles Alfre
28 November 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
M.ALEM

M.ALEM

INDIAN EYE SPECIALIST 45, PRINCESS ROAD LEICESTER Tel. 60325. Hours, daily 10—12, 3 —B. Except Tuesday
07 November 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
SAVOY - - - SYSTON To-day and Wednesday. Once Nightly. Commence at 7.15. JOHN HOWARD with HEATHER ANGEL BULLDOG DRUMMOND’S

SAVOY - - - SYSTON To-day and Wednesday. Once Nightly. Commence at 7.15. JOHN HOWARD with HEATHER ANGEL BULLDOG DRUMMOND’S

SECRET POLICE (U) Geoffrey Toone and Gloria Dickson In SWORD OF HONOUR (U) 7.15. Feature Showing at 8.35.
07 November 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England