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30 June 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THE LEICESTER MERCURY, FRIDAY, SITUATIONS VACANT.

THE LEICESTER MERCURY, FRIDAY, SITUATIONS VACANT.

'VXTANTED, first sales for glove dept. ; must »V be fully experienced and capable of stock control.—Apply in person to Staff Office. LEWIS’S (Midland) Ltd. STRONG youth, 18-20, assist stoker boiler-house; also one or two youths. 15- 20, for finishing dept.—R. W. HORNE and CO., L
30 June 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THE DUKE OF WEST POINT

THE DUKE OF WEST POINT

With (U) LOUIS HAYWARD Joan Fontaine 1.30, 5.15, p.m
30 June 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
BINCKULARS

BINCKULARS

Get Yours for the Holidays from MIDLAND CAMERA Co. Ltd 106 GRANBY STREET.
30 June 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
RUSSELL'S

RUSSELL'S

make PIANO CHOOSINGeosy and
30 June 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 

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LEICESTER VACCINATION

LEICESTER VACCINATION

Sir, —Owing to absence from home, your issue of the 17th instant has only just reached me but, as one the “half baked,” to whom “The Tallyman” courteouely refers, and as a ratepayer of Leicester, I ask you to allow to reply. It is obvious that your contributor knows little about
30 June 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
KICKING UP A DUST

KICKING UP A DUST

Little Freddie R-—ch—ds: Hi, mister! Bring your cart ’ere. Driver W—k—rl—y: Garn! If you must kick up a dust, get that fellow agin yer to see to it. If the point is not completely lost on me it is still none too clear. On the water cart is the late Councillor Wakerley and the fi
30 June 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
What He Forgot

What He Forgot

Mr. Lennox-Boyd (Under Secretary Ministry of Labour) said Mr. Griffiths was scarcely fair to the efforts of the Government and the Commissioners for the Special Areas, which had brought undoubtedly fruitful results in the last few years. He forgot to point out that there were, a
30 June 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Vears a Sunday School a Teacher at Hinckley &Z, th« death of Miss Ada Bedford, of Station-road, Hinckley, the Oongregational

Vears a Sunday School a Teacher at Hinckley &Z, th« death of Miss Ada Bedford, of Station-road, Hinckley, the Oongregational

Church in the has lost a devoted lifelong member, Bedford, who belonged to a proi rij family, entered zealously into all of church life. She was a teacher tj>- Sunday schools for 50 years before the end of last year and in the and various women’s organisaip her influence was fel
30 June 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
NO HOOTER

NO HOOTER

Alfred C. Ford, of Leicester, was fined 6s. Coalville to-day for riding a motorcycle without instrument of warning.
30 June 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England