Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 168,067 articles

THE BELVOIR HOUNDS.

THE BELVOIR HOUNDS.

Followers Wear Black for Mrs. Greeoall. As a token of respect to the late Mrs. Greensll, practically the whole of the field at yesterday's meet of the Belvolr Hounds, at Thorpe Arnold, were attired In black, and the Hunt servants wore black armlets. In the absence of the Master,
18 March 1926 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
English Roses In Bloom

English Roses In Bloom

If rose trees are seen in London, can' summer be far behind? This first emblem of tile sunny days has just been exhibited fur sale In Bond -street, and Mayfair has not been slow in registering its appreciation by orders. The tree was six feet high, and the roses were of a delica
18 March 1926 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
WHAT IS TRUE OF COAL IS ALSO TRUE OF ALL OTHER COMMODITIES.

WHAT IS TRUE OF COAL IS ALSO TRUE OF ALL OTHER COMMODITIES.

CO.OPERATIV E TRADING eliminates the margin between Producer and Consumer, as this margin, whatever it amounts to, is returned to the con• sumer, thus reducing the cost. Leicester Co-operative Society, Limited, 4, UNION STREET. MEMBERSHIP FREE. SHARES 1 EACH, which can be made u
18 March 1926 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Special Attractions for

Special Attractions for

SATURDAY and
18 March 1926 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
BOWER'S

BOWER'S

NOTED 'STAR' DRILL SHIRTS nn.l Wenr Gunrantecd. EVERY SHIRT S. CHURCH GITE (Clogle Tower). Washing Satinette PRINCESS Petticoats Albapod or Opera in Shades. As "etch 2/114 Well made nicely fltt,ngarments. bright fioleb. BETTER QUALITY'.
18 March 1926 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
' I Want Peace ’

' I Want Peace ’

I Want Peace President Azana of Spain declared to-day, want peace.” The President, who is now staying in a villa in Collonges Sous Saleve, a village in the French Alpine department of Hute Savoie, is to leave for Paris. He is with his sister-in-law, wife of Senor Cherif Rivas, fo
07 February 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
SITUATIONS VACANT

SITUATIONS VACANT

WANTED at once, smart boy for office, age 14.—80 x 2109, Mercury. BARMAID, experienced; evenings only.— Apply Grand Hotel Leicester. WANTED, expert band-knitter for shop.! —Write Box 2267, Mercury. B4KX) ANTED, boy, 15, for cycle.—Apply W. VV ROBINSON. 25, Church-gate. boy wante
07 February 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
SITUATIONS WANTED

SITUATIONS WANTED

r OUNG man with small van seeks part or full-time work. —2248, Mercury. DRIVER-Mechanic (39), hardworking, any type vehicles, oil or petrol.—2l74, Mercury. F3837 CLEANING wanted, 8 till 12, every morn/ ing; central or West End.—2lB3, Mercury. A 3924 C4HALFFEUR-Gardener wants pos
07 February 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
=— National Haaltl* (nsurtno* Optician** ,».0.A. a . rA E ef, s fro Wilton, A* makes tn sis , „d

=— National Haaltl* (nsurtno* Optician** ,».0.A. a . rA E ef, s fro Wilton, A* makes tn sis , „d

, ts " se! lhe tvP feat"- # !°om 378, OpP* for Bakerie 8 10. u jp»^ f°>'j^M hil<j re ad fO 1 M'A M ,s ■
07 February 1939 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England