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SITUATIONS VACANT.

SITUATIONS VACANT.

BUTCHER. —Wanted smart youth, used to cycle.—64l7, Mercury. K9565 wANTED deliverers for morning cews- papers. Mayfield-road. BOY, aged for parcels delivery. JOSEPH JOHNSON. Market-street. h'TILLROOiI hand, part time, waitress and kitchenmaid wanted, for restaurant. —5437, Mercur
27 December 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
AMUSEMENTS

AMUSEMENTS

TO-DAY CONTINUOUS FROM 12.39 p.m. W y> COLMAN i PROGRAMME I FRANCIS LEDERER I one rainy 0F ZENDA AFTERNOON 2.5 5,2n 8.35. (U) Floral Hall At 12.39 3.54 7.9. (U) 1.0. Commence 1.25, NDY POWELL KAY WALSH in AT SEA Nfc . ~~ 6.5 9.2 Also Autry, SMILEY BURNETTE MONTEREY (u) l-34 4.31
27 December 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Cotton and 'his Band, Eve Beoke and Hughie Green. 6.25 8.40. and Olivia de havilland CWdU To-day; MUSIC HALL PARADE,

Cotton and 'his Band, Eve Beoke and Hughie Green. 6.25 8.40. and Olivia de havilland CWdU To-day; MUSIC HALL PARADE,

with Billy THE GREAT GARRICK With BRIAN AHERNE
27 December 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
boy traced

boy traced

ound Asleep In Park K Ppeared Again i^or,s James Ronald Wollofl, l^Ofl all Leicester, was found rs Saffron-lane district i? . Eve after having been miss- Hi ih‘ disappearance, it now w- un nim asleep on ll h, t on-lane, and took him home i- ie lowever left the his helper thought
27 December 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
No Red Apples

No Red Apples

Red Apples Many people tried in vain to secure a goose for their Christmas dinner. The traditional red Christmas apples are rare, and many other tit-bits are not to be had.” The correspondent, however, adds that he does not believe that present circumstances, Germany can be starv
27 December 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
“Peace Next Christmas”

“Peace Next Christmas”

”As regards the military outlook, the population, informed through a strongly censored Press, believes in a German victory. Even in political circles one moots the conviction that within a short time Britain will in some way or other be so badly hit that the end of the war will
27 December 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
MOTORCYCLE SKIDDED

MOTORCYCLE SKIDDED

Leslie Plunkett (18), 2, Marriott-road, Leicester, is detained in the Leicester Infirmary suffering from concussion, received when his motor cycle skidded near Shearsby.
27 December 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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27 December 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
STREET LIGHTING

STREET LIGHTING

Sir,—Re the remarks by Bumped,” I am afraid his views seem rather per verted. He has evidently not enjoyed the privilege of a journey home during the rush hour under these trying conditions. It would be extremely difficult to discover any imposition of the war which has caused m
27 December 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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27 December 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England