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APARTMENTS WANTED

APARTMENTS WANTED

BUSINESS lady requires board-residence, walking distance Woodgate; moderate terms. —Box 3331, Mercury. 87541 GENTLEMAN (working man), out all day, requires board-residence or two unfurnished rooms, quiet home; county district: Leicester and Loughborough preferred; full particula
08 March 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
MERCURY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH, 1939.

MERCURY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH, 1939.

08 March 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
- ■ ■ its amazing what a dog will put up with . J ••• T-v ■

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08 March 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
AWARDS FOR BRAYS BOYS

AWARDS FOR BRAYS BOYS

Reginald Humphries. of Stoney Stanton, who rescued a dog from the bottom of a disused pit, was awarded a silver medal, and Derck Foster, of Leicester, who also saved a dog's life, was awarded a special prize of the R.S.P.C.A.. at the Lancaster Hall, Leicester. last night. Forty
26 November 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
FORMER M.P.'s DEATH Eve-of-Poll Sensation Recalled Mr. E. G. Pretyman. formerly Conservative M.P. fur Chelmsford, died at his home, Orwell

FORMER M.P.'s DEATH Eve-of-Poll Sensation Recalled Mr. E. G. Pretyman. formerly Conservative M.P. fur Chelmsford, died at his home, Orwell

Park, Ipswich, during the night. Mt. Ernest George Pretyman, who was seventy-one, was a son of a former Canon of Lincoln Cathedral. lie was serving in tile Royal Artillery wuen lie inherited from his uncle the Tuniline estates in Suffolk and Lincolnshire. Shortly afterwards be s
26 November 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
LEICESTER OWES ELEVEN MILLIONS

LEICESTER OWES ELEVEN MILLIONS

Education Makes Biggest Claim On The Citizen's £
26 November 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
RAYMOND CHARLES THE PERSONALITY ORGANIST

RAYMOND CHARLES THE PERSONALITY ORGANIST

R. STEVENSON Baritone RON HADRILL Tenor To-day and Saturday CTJ THtEKKTOTHtyjI MATS., Mon., Thurs., Sat. REDUCED PRICES OF ADMISSION. Mats.: 6d. and Evenings: 6d., 1/-, 1/3, 1/6.
24 February 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Chairman Differs From Other Magistrates When Joseph Woodward, an Ibstock lorry driver, was summoned at Coalville, to-day for not reporting

Chairman Differs From Other Magistrates When Joseph Woodward, an Ibstock lorry driver, was summoned at Coalville, to-day for not reporting

an accident, it was stated that a pedal cyclist reported to the police that a lorry backed into him in Memorial-square, Coalville. He jumped off, but his cycle was damaged. He was William Burbank, of Hinckley. The case was dismissed. Woodward being ordered to pay 15s. costs. The
24 February 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Leicester And Jq,), all over Leicester V rom le Bishop of i.Qf I r * Barclslcy) at a con- representatives

Leicester And Jq,), all over Leicester V rom le Bishop of i.Qf I r * Barclslcy) at a con- representatives

at .HaU, Leicester, to ineiCester Church campaign, s' to ex pl that from - v the church in be tackling one of its L* fro,, es - ne feature made it other efforts. Ns, 8011 again there had been 1 those crusades had th- i,ri P r ession. What was u.' crusade was that the ld be follo
24 February 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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24 February 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England