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COLMORE DEPOT THE WOLSELEY DISTRIBUTORS.

COLMORE DEPOT THE WOLSELEY DISTRIBUTORS.

All are offered at Attractive Prices to clear Quickly. MONEY-SACK GUARANTEE with all purchased at and over. Hers is a selection: 1938 STANDARD NINE SALOON LllO 1934 SINGER NINE SALOON 11112/111 1934 MORRIS EIGHT SALOON 111 1134 WOLOELEY NINE SAL'N. £32 IS 1036 WOLSELEY NINE SALO
03 October 1936 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Testimonial.

Testimonial.

A MAN entered a barber's shop for a hair . cut. The barber mentioned that his client's hair was getting thin on top. "Why not a bottle of my wonderful hair restorer t " he urged. "It's only a shilling." The customer did. A week later he returned to the shop. " Well," asked the b
03 October 1936 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Easy.

Easy.

AN Irishman crossed the Atlantic to try hi luck in America. When he arrived in New York a sailor came up to him and inquired: " Are you a stranger here, Buddy I" "Sure I am."_ _ . . " Well," continued the other, "when ever you travel in a train on this side, never ride in the la
03 October 1936 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
SUNDAY NATIONAL

SUNDAY NATIONAL

9.25 to 10.15—A Religious Service; address by Right Rev. The Itishop of Croy''''NIONTINUIIO IN PRIVIOUS
05 September 1936 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Answers to Correspondents

Answers to Correspondents

SWEET Pea Trouble: L.F.—What has happened is that your sweet peas have reverted to the original type, a not uncommon occurrence. One cause is gathering the seed pods too soon. It's no use saving seed from such plants. Tomato Failure: D.ll.—The plants have apparently been grown i
05 September 1936 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
MORE COMFORT

MORE COMFORT

MORE comfort and drudgery for nurses is the policy of the London Hospital. Smoking-room and a hairdressing saloon are among recent improvements in the nurses' home. The hospital, it viva stated at a meeting of governors, has been Ln the forefront of the movement for better condi
05 September 1936 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
CHILDREN'S CHRONICLE 3tl DEAR BUY.; AND DIRLB.-

CHILDREN'S CHRONICLE 3tl DEAR BUY.; AND DIRLB.-

CHILDREN'S CHRONICLE DEAR BUY.; AND DIRLB.- Holidays are over—at least for a great many of you, sod you are back again at school. The firs" few days of a new tnrm usually seem *es; strange. Everything Is so different. Most of you have gone . . " Into higher class l and oun Ingo n
05 September 1936 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Sound Advice.

Sound Advice.

A FARMER having trouble with a wrote to the editor of an agricultural paper for advice. Hi. letter rali "I have a horse that at times is per. fectly normal, and at times goes lame. What would you advise me to do with I" In the next Issue of the paper appeared the editor's reply:
05 September 1936 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Heavens I

Heavens I

THE newly-arrived mules were under the rare of Private Simpkins, the recruit. Unfortunately, he made the mistake of his kind by approaching too near to the business end of one of them. He borne off to hospital on a stretcher, feet first. On the —ay he regained temporary consciou
05 September 1936 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Bright Idia.

Bright Idia.

THE superintendent of a sunday tchool was explaining the story of Elijah and the prophets of Baal ; how Elijah built the altar. put wood upon it. and cut the but. lock in and laid them on the altar. " And then." said the superintendent, commanded the people to fill four harrfls
05 September 1936 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England