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Sad Discovery.

Sad Discovery.

sad discovery was made after the firemen considered that they had cleared the ball. The Deputy-Firemaster sent two officers into the building have a tinal look round, and when probing about the orchestra pit they pulled aside a curtain and found two little boys lying huddled tog
01 January 1930 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
AN OVERWHELMING MAJORTTY

AN OVERWHELMING MAJORTTY

LAHORE, Tuesday. Mr. Gandhi’s resolution was adopted the All India Congress bv overwhelming majority. The resolution expressed (1) Appreciation of the efforts of the Viceroy towards a peaceful settlement the National Movement. Declared that good purpose would served attend)‘'g r
01 January 1930 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
(Frcm Our London Staff >

(Frcm Our London Staff >

(Frcm Our London Staff FLEET STREET, Tuesday, Tlie Kschequer Returns of Revenue and Expenditure lor nine mouths of the Budget year show decrease in ordinary revenue of £18,086,287. and increase in ordinary; expenditure £17,717,419. The decline in the revenue is greater than the B
01 January 1930 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SENSATIONAL SUCCESS

SENSATIONAL SUCCESS

Theatre royal, lee s, FAMOUS FUR PANTOMIME. NIGHTLY at 7 p.m. FRANCIS LAIDLER GREAT YORKSHIRE PANTOMIME. J, OTHER G 0 0 S Entirely New and Magnifieent Production. A Brilliant Cast, including, NORAH BLANEY and GEORGE LACY. GLORIOUS CARNIVAL OF FUN.” "The Leeds Mercury” says;— Mot
01 January 1930 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PART-WORN Clothing.—Men’s Trousers i2/6. Jackets 2'6, Waistcoats 1/, Overcoats 5/6. Suits 7/6, Boys' 5 , 1-adies' Coats 21, Costume-- 31,

PART-WORN Clothing.—Men’s Trousers i2/6. Jackets 2'6, Waistcoats 1/, Overcoats 5/6. Suits 7/6, Boys' 5 , 1-adies' Coats 21, Costume-- 31,

Skirts 1/. New Shoes 21. Send stamp for wholesale illustrated catalogue. Cheapest firm.—L. M. Newman, Baines Street, Blackburn. VITINTRY WINDS defied by fixing the ''STOPPIT ” Draught Excluder (discard dangerous thresholds); fitted easily on door; reduced price 2s. 6d. post paid
01 January 1930 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.

01 January 1930 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FARM, GARDEN Etc. PPLE and PEAR TREES, best, most prolific, cheapest; 20 guineas Cun Winners, and cannot be equalled anywhere

FARM, GARDEN Etc. PPLE and PEAR TREES, best, most prolific, cheapest; 20 guineas Cun Winners, and cannot be equalled anywhere

else.—Richmond, Park Square, Ossett.
01 January 1930 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
POULTRY, LIVE STOCK, Etc.

POULTRY, LIVE STOCK, Etc.

01 January 1930 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CHARLES HENRY JAMES. Established 1887. MONEY TO LEND, Without Security, sums from £lO to £5OO. 1. PARK SQUARE. LEEDS. Telephone

CHARLES HENRY JAMES. Established 1887. MONEY TO LEND, Without Security, sums from £lO to £5OO. 1. PARK SQUARE. LEEDS. Telephone

26612. UOLZENDORFF, Grange View, Leeds. Telephone 41141 Chapeltown. CONEY STREET/VORK.
01 January 1930 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England