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A Waxworks Exhibition

A Waxworks Exhibition

\ATORKING alone, late at night, in V a waxworks exhibition at Blackpool was an unenviable occupation, and Mr. Starr on several occasions became unnerved while painting backgrounds to in the" Chamber of Horrors." He was once completely absorbed, paiming a representation of dungeo
21 August 1937 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
MIDLAND . \

MIDLAND . \

MIDLAND \ For LOWS. INFLUENZA. FEVERISH HEATS. Etc. FEVER POWDERS
21 August 1937 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Highfields. Flower Show • • •

Highfields. Flower Show • • •

Highfields . Flower Show • • • LADY ALLERTON, wearing a very' smart navy and white ensemble, and fa% owing one of the new halo hats. attended the annual Highfields and District Flower Show in the role of opener." She seemed to find the afternoon as interesting as the large crowd
21 August 1937 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Baby's Fatal Fall From Chair

Baby's Fatal Fall From Chair

A N Anstey mother's eight-hour bedside vigil by the side of her 13-months-old baby daughter, was mentioned at an Inquest at Leicester Royal Infirmary on Monday. The inquest was on Marlene %Brill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bottrill, of Church-lane, Insley, who died In the
21 August 1937 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
DOUBLE LIFETIME

DOUBLE LIFETIME

SMART Assistart: "Yes. those are Wen_ did 'braces. sir. They will last you a lifetinie." Oki Farmer Smith: "Really, well, 1.11 take sour word for it and have a pair." Smart Assistant: "Why not have two pairs, sir t"
21 August 1937 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
NEITHER

NEITHER

"AS I was going over the bridge the other day," said an Irishman, "I met Patsy O'Brien. I • How are you/ Pretty well, than you. Brady,' says he. Brady,' says /, ' that's not my name.' " ' Faith,' says he. 'and mine's not "With that we looked at each other, and, bedad, it was nei
21 August 1937 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
la . , I SI UEFFANI, id " hil‘cr S,)lll4,tvrs bring, 21 Useful Accomplishment It) Open bkin,le English. the unit

la . , I SI UEFFANI, id " hil‘cr S,)lll4,tvrs bring, 21 Useful Accomplishment It) Open bkin,le English. the unit

thi% week, i••• el ()1 . 11 :" _ I • a ...4.... rof boss with toices. He aa. i% at last finding profess tram d at Huddersfield College of Music' use for the French she learned to far oprratic singing, and made his! speak fluently while attending a con&hut in oratorio, but bronch
21 August 1937 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
The Envy of Continentals

The Envy of Continentals

W. C. CUFF (Everton ) i s like Mr. Sutcliffe. a member of the legal profession. In concise phraseology, Mr. Cuff, replying as • member of the governing bodies, said the F.A. was the envy of Continental organisations, and its strength represented the strength of individual member
21 August 1937 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
COMPLETE SHORT STORY

COMPLETE SHORT STORY

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21 August 1937 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
COMPLETE SHORT _ STORY_ CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE NOTHING TO DO

COMPLETE SHORT _ STORY_ CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE NOTHING TO DO

;11. • 00000 I night of the concert came, and :\ .0 duly presented himself at the 'age Hall. He met Sylvia, who was harge of the ticket office, in the doorv, and she smiled at him. For a l Illent it seemed to Mike that she s, as if she were glad to see him 11, but he felt he mus
21 August 1937 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England