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Forod Doors Locked

Forod Doors Locked

Ada Edmonds, night nur,e at Paddington Hospital, said the . girl told her that she got up at 6 a.m., intending to return to Ireland, a= she had not found work. When she went downstairs she found the doors locked and bolted. and she could not get _out. " She said she rushed back
01 October 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
SITUATIONS WANTED

SITUATIONS WANTED

EICPERIENCI.:II. glt!. 19, erlibing to return hone is Ltler, ter. I,IIIIIV, part; abortband-rypisr, accurate; "rages 401L-Iltlle DAltlll4. 99, Abbey Woodroad, Abbey We, , l s E. 2. D '8
01 October 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
OPERA HOUSE

OPERA HOUSE

To night 7.31. Matinee Saturday 2.301 JANE'S LEGACY. EDEN PHILLPOTT'S Charming Comedy,
01 October 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THE LITTLeTHEATK = DOVE OSTRE r ' • \

THE LITTLeTHEATK = DOVE OSTRE r ' • \

THE LITTLeTHEATK DOVE OSTRE r ' \ LEICESTER DRAMA SOCIETY commence their Autumn Season with Bernard Shaw's " SAINT JOAN." This Week, Seat. 2S, at 7.30 SIX PLAYS le be presented this season. 'I'II KM'S at Reduced Prices obtainable at W. 11. and 4n. FIVE CONCERTS Book YOUR Seat Now
01 October 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
CAWDELL'S COATS & HATS

CAWDELL'S COATS & HATS

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01 October 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 

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Conservative President

Conservative President

A staunch Conservative, Mr. Lindley was president of the Coalville Conservative Association, president of the ICoalville Horticultural Society, and a governor of the Coalville Grammar School. lie was a Past Master of the Gracedicu Lodge of Freemasons, passing' through the chair
01 October 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
LABOUR PARTY TO DECIDE THEIR POLICY TO-NIGHT ELECTIONS MAY CLASH

LABOUR PARTY TO DECIDE THEIR POLICY TO-NIGHT ELECTIONS MAY CLASH

LEICF:STER Liberals appear to be almost solid in favour of a truce during the forthcoming municipal elec. itions, and not a few Conservatives' i l think such a proposal would have its advantages at the present juncture, but among Labour leaders there is A ot so much enthusiasm.
01 October 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
OUNTED POLICE CHARGE

OUNTED POLICE CHARGE

Mr. Major Hartree Sibs, honorary secretary of Big Broughtom Astiey Couervative Association, and his bride, Miss Sarah Amide Merritt, a member of the Broughton Asti.) , Church Cored!, alter their wedding at St. Mary's Church, Broughton isUey, t.-day. EASURE HUNT ON BEACH P.O. Rob
01 October 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Trampled On

Trampled On

Mounted police galloped to the square, and, drawing their batons, charged the crowd. Dozens of people were struck down and trampled on as the crowd retreated. Some of the arrested struggled so violently that they had to be frogmarched to the police station. It tool• at least six
01 October 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THE LEICESTER MERCURY, THURSDAY, Ist OCTOBER, 1931.

THE LEICESTER MERCURY, THURSDAY, Ist OCTOBER, 1931.

01 October 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England