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THE WORLD OF WOMEN I – lited 6131. Suzanne Harrisonl

THE WORLD OF WOMEN I – lited 6131. Suzanne Harrisonl

THE WORLD OF WOMEN I - lited 6 131 . Suzanne Harrisonl i . 116~11 ' T HE women present at the Autumn Meeting of the Leicester Races were well prepared for the cold nip in the air and mostly favoured fur coats or those very attractive sand-coloured storm coats. We all hoped that t
14 November 1933 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
INDIAN MOSLEMS AND PALESTINE DEPUTATION SEES THE VICEROY

INDIAN MOSLEMS AND PALESTINE DEPUTATION SEES THE VICEROY

The Viceroy, Lord Willingdon. to-day received a deputation of the Moslem members of the Central Legislature, who explained to him the Mosltvm views of the recent troubtes in Palestine, says a lieutermessa ge from New Deihl. '1 he Viceroy promised to communicate these to Sir Samu
14 November 1933 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
ICID STOMACH I CASTRITIS CURED BY BILE BEANS

ICID STOMACH I CASTRITIS CURED BY BILE BEANS

STOMACH I CASTRITIS CURED BY BEANS yrs. Rev is Used To Have pread'lll Pain & Flatulence After Meals—She Now Enjoys All Her Food
14 November 1933 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS

TO CORRESPONDENTS

A. Johnsen ,Leicester,.—Your solution a coLte correct. Keep trying. Mama* fLettenteri.—Toor P.C. interesting, and as you remark, the rule is light and dark squares. You take as back to the - dark ages - A. Jamas •Lettester).—l am glad that the doh may 'Stake root." Thanks for ai
14 November 1933 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Round The Dog Tracks STADIUM RESULTS MELTON-ROAD 7.43 (500 yards Sat handicap): 1 DRAG- Results ot yisterday's meeting WILL (trap

Round The Dog Tracks STADIUM RESULTS MELTON-ROAD 7.43 (500 yards Sat handicap): 1 DRAG- Results ot yisterday's meeting WILL (trap

5. 12ydsi. 2 River Pirate (trap bus All gresnouods. 350 yards -1 BLACK 3. 6yds). 3 Lym Sherry 1. see). Also OIRL (trap 51 6-1. 2 Rotherby Lass ,trap 4). : Tartars (3yds). Tasty Kate ilsyds). Also ran: Margo. Josey. Brownie, Look Out. Betting: 5-4 DRAOWELL. 3-1 River Pirate Sherr
14 November 1933 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
INDIAN CENTURY AGAINST M.C.C. Patiala Put Up Stern Fight

INDIAN CENTURY AGAINST M.C.C. Patiala Put Up Stern Fight

The 'weather was again bright and pleaant, and the turf wicket hard and faster than yesterday, when Patiala continued their innings against the M.C.C. at Patiala to-day. _ . _ , _ . In reply to the M.C.C.'s first innings' score of 330. the Indians had roade 91 for two overnight.
14 November 1933 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
trade for the best sorts. newlyealved cow. making to £2B 10e and in-calf cows to £26. Fair pitch of mines

trade for the best sorts. newlyealved cow. making to £2B 10e and in-calf cows to £26. Fair pitch of mines

which met with a slightly improved trade for the best ext., first-class Lincoln Beds realising from 502 to 705. secondary quality 281 to 38s. small cow calves 30s to 40s. and small boll calves Ills to 30. Fat lambs to 559 64 each. yearlings 525. and fat ewes 42s 64. double theav
14 November 1933 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
BO URN EM UTH HYDRO Mull OUMPLarTI4 ebUtrtii Os evert...Mal May. 611140 POIL )41V, 'Brighton' and Winter holiday.' Weet-ends 25a.

BO URN EM UTH HYDRO Mull OUMPLarTI4 ebUtrtii Os evert...Mal May. 611140 POIL )41V, 'Brighton' and Winter holiday.' Weet-ends 25a.

Special loam Moreland Private Hotel, Lansdownwplace, • Move; opp, aea and Moraland Cob attached. 'Phone Hove 2347.
14 November 1933 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THE MIDLAND FINANCIERS, LTD., LOSEBY•LAME. LEICESTER. DV £2O TO £I,OOO 0. Nxt of Hand or Bill of

THE MIDLAND FINANCIERS, LTD., LOSEBY•LAME. LEICESTER. DV £2O TO £I,OOO 0. Nxt of Hand or Bill of

14 November 1933 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
SCOTLAND YARD INSPECTOR'S "FRIENDLY" TALK WITH DUKE FROM PAGE ONE NO PROMISE OF PRIZES - MR. MONETT "HE COULD HAVE

SCOTLAND YARD INSPECTOR'S "FRIENDLY" TALK WITH DUKE FROM PAGE ONE NO PROMISE OF PRIZES - MR. MONETT "HE COULD HAVE

USED MONEY TO BUY ANNUITY" SUBSCRIBER'S STORY.
14 November 1933 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England