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BOARD OF TRADE INQUIRY.

BOARD OF TRADE INQUIRY.

BoaH Tr«'lo imiMinr into lh» aoodrnt was on* r>o<| ©n mom;up Major I’nnjlo lh** conducted private. Prior the inquiry Major lutpoctod the La© aad wreckaea.
18 January 1913 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
KKI-PTNT! THE PROMISE rt‘«ary Walker "No. ma'a >m choice. I'm bound be I:

KKI-PTNT! THE PROMISE rt‘«ary Walker "No. ma'a >m choice. I'm bound be I:

THE PROMISE rt‘«ary Walker "No. ma'a >m choice. I'm bound be ain’t dirty ,ur. wrote a i»pmak<*r once, an" Mrs. Hou.-ekeep ; " WHI, vou no? 'i»* that Weary WaJUt about five Beranae, ma'am, that hrt» +.—- gum; They wore ferry, rather da»?erou« at high .end the boat rickety. pe. " t
18 January 1913 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
ENGAGING THE PEOmgS lON AE

ENGAGING THE PEOmgS lON AE

ENGAGING THE lON AE J. A. Hawk/', for pUintiff, siiticd that Chru.uiaa*., 1911. Mr. Mr.>. v 10 play tii- I nk* ~{ the Club. . . »bich ii- were local ben,, ran? up the club and • n;;..- tbe s-mew the W. Jl Horn, v.w. Horn.- . ? Mr. .l Mr*. Gavtn, with Mr, Mrs t-.eu.r fat her. proc
18 January 1913 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
50 DAYS TO CROSS ATLANTIC.

50 DAYS TO CROSS ATLANTIC.

SAFETY THE STEAMER SNOWDON RANGE.
18 January 1913 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
i<iant 'angrily) No; but it rnigl said alto would not pay the S. prison for tho seven days.

i<iant 'angrily) No; but it rnigl said alto would not pay the S. prison for tho seven days.

i<iant 'angrily) No; but it said alto would not pay the S. prison for tho seven days. Two r*«ne<l George Pamell AvervM 18 were yv-terrlay oomm;: and Oiario- Cheltenham on ehargo of moony menatsw from elderly lady, Mu* Hulmau. who lived alone. The vouth*. it was wasi. house lat*.
18 January 1913 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
AHRBED WITH HIS \ TEAS

AHRBED WITH HIS \ TEAS

WITH HIS TEAS and they accepted without question Dr Baines’ opinion the inquest. The question adjourning the inquest for the purposes post mortem examination were cussed. The mother was rather pressing for poet-mortem, but the elder brother thought it »a« unneorenary. After every
18 January 1913 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
WHERE DOCTORS RECEIVE

WHERE DOCTORS RECEIVE

LABOURERS’ WAGES.
18 January 1913 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
LEICESTER and MAXCHESTKR

LEICESTER and MAXCHESTKR

EMPLOYMENT IN LEICESTER. THE BOOT AND SHOE TRADE. Th- - Board Trad* Labour Gasctie*' states iliat eaiployroent th*- boot and shoe trade *lunng December was fairly good, and hour than a year ago R- turns from employing 69.149 in the week D*<*nilxr 21 showed an ißcreasc 0.4 per ce
18 January 1913 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
AFFAIRS.

AFFAIRS.

Re Hugh Bishop, of Qucniborough. late carpcn ter and builder, but now labourer, who hied bis petition on January 10th. Debtor's statement oi affairs show* unsecured crt'diiors foi £159 iOs. 6d., and assets nil. The causes of failore alleged the debtor arc; Lack of capital; inexp
18 January 1913 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
fH L IAXIOB SIHIKE

fH L IAXIOB SIHIKE

of Tr,*dr «lo*.K tbo *hc laxirab drivers’ atnkr. and i* in teorfo '*ith hid<*s The prudent tdto men s uni- v yotterday that would <m’ ,ug •/> «ahn't the dmer** to the Board Trade ary other trihuna hf. s.\mv F pT The the Lond«n foouty t oiinu’. who originally rcvonitmn.led the •
18 January 1913 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England