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10 November 1917 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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10 November 1917 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
EADEs GOUT pus. ACT LIKE MAGIC! 56. Westmorland-street, Hull, May 7, 1916. Dear Sir,—Your pills are wonderful; they act like

EADEs GOUT pus. ACT LIKE MAGIC! 56. Westmorland-street, Hull, May 7, 1916. Dear Sir,—Your pills are wonderful; they act like

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10 November 1917 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
lAll the world's a stage, 1 And all the men and women merely players:

lAll the world's a stage, 1 And all the men and women merely players:

10 November 1917 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Leicester PA _.E Theatre. TWICE NIGHTLY.

Leicester PA _.E Theatre. TWICE NIGHTLY.

10 November 1917 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 

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AN IDEAL BEVERAGE FOR COLD WEATHER.

AN IDEAL BEVERAGE FOR COLD WEATHER.

118, 1 / 1 0, 2/- and 2 / 2 per lb. LEICESTER and MANCHESTER.
21 April 1917 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THE MAN WHO SENT THE MESSAGE.

THE MAN WHO SENT THE MESSAGE.

Again the guns boomed, shells fell, and pit 43. the heart and brain of the t sigantic battery, wa, wiped out, of existence. With pit 43 wept th, man who had sent the message, the man who he worked way into the confidence of the Germs' staff, a daring secret service agent of the
21 April 1917 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
INTIRESTINO INOAOEMENT.

INTIRESTINO INOAOEMENT.

'fhe engagement is announced of Lieut. Norman 1 ; K. Salmon, 3rd Leicestershire Regimeet, n f Mr. Medley Salmon, of Leicester, and Miss lioris Bowater, younger daughter of Sir T. Vans ttart Bowater, Lord Mayor of London in 1913-14
21 August 1915 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
LIEUT. W. N. DUNN.

LIEUT. W. N. DUNN.

We hear that Second-Lieut. W. N. Dunn, It 4th Leicester (son of Mr. W. Dunn, of " Holmleigh," Stoneygate-road), who was officially reported wounded a few days ago, is now in a London Hospital. It appears that. he was hit in the by • piece of ahrapnel. Be writes very cheerfully,
21 August 1915 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
RECRUITING DEMONSTRATION. lion. Rupert Guinness, M.P., in Leicester.

RECRUITING DEMONSTRATION. lion. Rupert Guinness, M.P., in Leicester.

Commander the Rupert Guinness, M.P., R.N.V.R , the principal speaker at a large recruiting demonstration in tho llaiket-plam on Sunday, the object being to help to the ranks of the Royal and the Royal Naval Reserve. Captain Simpson was in the chair, and others on the platform in
21 August 1915 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England