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SHOE OPERATIVES.

SHOE OPERATIVES.

X PERIENCED machinists, improver Ms rvel LA skiver, and Royal putichinz mai is:Inc.—LESTER, COLT. INS and OltEk:N, Daggrosee (not. W.tNTED, keen, smart gills, 14.111, ma:qty.:- room; light, dean, reg:1111 work; good wages. 11. SEAL and CO., Ltd., 3, Itedcra,-strect. M9l3' WANTED
21 January 1926 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Burst Water Maio Holds Up

Burst Water Maio Holds Up

Manchester Workers. As the result of the bursting of watermain In Hyde-road, Manchester, to• day, 'Lund-reds of people going to work found their way barred by a huge lake which, In places, was well over three feet deep. The tram services were interrupted, and much amusement was'
12 January 1926 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
yt Extra Special Great French Sale

yt Extra Special Great French Sale

12 January 1926 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
ALL THIS WEEK. EXCLUSIVE PRESENTATION IN MOMPER OF D. W. GRIFFITH'S EMPIRE THEATRE SUCCESS, "SALLY OF THE SAWDUST. 2, WITH

ALL THIS WEEK. EXCLUSIVE PRESENTATION IN MOMPER OF D. W. GRIFFITH'S EMPIRE THEATRE SUCCESS, "SALLY OF THE SAWDUST. 2, WITH

CAROL DEMPSTER as SALLY, and W. C. FIELDS as PROFESSOR MeGARGLE, SHOWING AT:- 1,4, 4.15, 6.26 and ASS. This film has NOT been 4101111 la Let ender before. The "Daily Mirror" says: D. W. Griffith has "come bask" with • vengeance in this film, and the 'wit Empire Theatre is gettin
12 January 1926 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL. TO•DAY and WEDNF:DA C. HIS HOUSE IN ORDER TRURSDAY. FRIDAY. SATURDAY. A Butterfly on the Wheel.

THEATRE ROYAL. TO•DAY and WEDNF:DA C. HIS HOUSE IN ORDER TRURSDAY. FRIDAY. SATURDAY. A Butterfly on the Wheel.

12 January 1926 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
SHOE OPERATIVES.

SHOE OPERATIVES.

AITANTF.I), elkkere for iodic.' work.—BAYES and CO., Borichorthotrect. 1164€1 YOUTII for Sni4sing.room; edge-setter .— F. NEWERRY, T4.Bagaraveestreet. 114676 I,II7 D ANTED, go od Louis heel hands.—TIIOMFSON VVand CO., Lastcrn Boulevard, AGSO4 ninr, for marling machine., all up C
16 February 1926 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
WOLF TRACKS

WOLF TRACKS

showing his 'wanes with Ross Romaine, the Outlaws Woman. PAVILION THEATRE. par Tbursda3 at 3 p.M. WELSH PRODUCTIONS pre,:nt "PAY DAY." T.O.“ring tkal greet '4.11e comethae Scotch Kelly, May Edney, Fled MootMY. end The Milroy Tile, of "Calieptrig Nee/a" wii be sezeene,i. PICTLID
16 February 1926 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
IT TOUCHES THE TICKLE 1

IT TOUCHES THE TICKLE 1

Stephenson's Floor Polish PUTS BEEF INTO YOU
16 February 1926 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
TOWNS BLOTTED OUT.

TOWNS BLOTTED OUT.

28 LIVES LOST-MANY MISSING-HUNDREDS HOMELESS. HEROIC WOMEN. MIRACULOUS ESCAPES: PEOPLE SNATCHED FROM DEATH. COUNTLESS deeds of heroism have been performed by the thousands of volunteers who are fighting the terrible bush fires in Victoria, Australia. Many famlies trapped In a ri
16 February 1926 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
FREARS

FREARS

16 February 1926 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England