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Pathetic Diary Entries

Pathetic Diary Entries

In Neely's diary, found on the Leviathan, Neely bad written under the date Auguit, 12. "As usual had a dream about Dorrie. My heart is breaking with torture. Nine years of trans-Atlantic and North Atlantic weather. Where can you go to get away from it. Over the side? "Life was t
07 December 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
POLICEWOMAN FAINTS

POLICEWOMAN FAINTS

Carried out of Leicester Court Polieewcman Miss Sloane swooned in the dock at Leicester Police Court to-day, and had to be carried from the court by Detective Inspector Clowes. She was standing by a woman prisoner at the time. Miss Sloane returned after a time, and was given a s
07 December 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
MR. CLYNES' VISIT

MR. CLYNES' VISIT

Mr. Clynes, Home Secretary in the late Labour Uovernment, is to address a conference in Leicester early in the new year. It has been decided that as a preliminary step for restoring the political fortunes of the Labour Party a series of conferences is to be held in January and F
07 December 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
CITY COUNCILLOR

CITY COUNCILLOR

ON TRIAL
07 December 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
DRINK

DRINK

his bunk, no one saw him drunk, and he could sleep it off before he got up again. The point was, where was he gettin' the whisky from/ As far as Tom knew, only the captain had a key to the store-room where all the whisky was. Well, Tom found out that Jenkins had got a duplicate
07 December 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
OF SOME

OF SOME

sang very nicely, and had with them a gentleman who accompanied them on the bells. They had been to some trouble to obtain this gentleman's aid, it seemed. I thought that he was a little erratic, but they considered him lovely. After they had gone with sonic of my hard-earned mo
07 December 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
By Mr LEICESTER

By Mr LEICESTER

07 December 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Ruined by Crowds—

Ruined by Crowds—

THE first part of the day's sport was ruined by the crowds of excited footpeople who lined up on the hill slopes round Clawson Thorns, and every time reynard showed his mask at the covert side greeted him with such expressions as " There he is," " Look out tally-ho." Consequentl
07 December 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
DEATUS.

DEATUS.

BosTocK.- -Arthur. at Lady-lane, Glen Papa. dearly beloved son of Alfred and peacefully away Dee. 7th. 25 years. A 9626 MA1131'2.-011 Dec 6th. at No. 1, Notting • ni-road. Ann Elisabeth, the beloved wife of the late William John Christy. age 76 years. Service St. Stephen's Churc
07 December 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THE LEICESTER MERCURY, MONDAY, 7th DECEMBER, 1931. Pram Page 1 Father Tonge's Four Hours in the Box ._ ,., A.

THE LEICESTER MERCURY, MONDAY, 7th DECEMBER, 1931. Pram Page 1 Father Tonge's Four Hours in the Box ._ ,., A.

Escott on Outcast 111.. winner of the Glen Steeplechase at Oadhy, this afternoon.
07 December 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England