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NEW CEMETERY AT WHETSTOS.

NEW CEMETERY AT WHETSTOS.

CONSECRATION BY THE BISHOP OF LEICESTER. The of (I>r. Clayton) «w crated the new cemoterj- Whetatone Taa day aftemoo#. The chcrchyand was faisiwd 1865. ami in the added portion there hate less than 922 3>uriaJs, with tile result list *9 grave spaces have been taken op. The cjS t
15 May 1909 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
BRINK AND THE RAWtiSROP.

BRINK AND THE RAWtiSROP.

LEICESTER WOMAN SENT GAOL FOR NEGLECT. K! MeCormack (30p iiurried. Gokl«trvel. aas summoir before the borough magist.-sitos for having the cusuxly Edward ■l4'. J<«*.pb 10), uui Mary McCormack (3). ami m-glcctmg llwiu a mantor likely u» catiM- unneoeaoary sullenng and injury thei
15 May 1909 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
LOUGHBOROUGH PETTY SESSIONS.

LOUGHBOROUGH PETTY SESSIONS.

MARKET HARBOROUGH PETTY SESSIONS. Captain Hey Rate (chairman), _ _ , _ Mr. H. H. C. Fos, Mr. J. S. Smith, and Aid. f the 3t T-AA .... J. G. Kendall, J. Ashton, G. G. GuC i , diner, J J. Clark, and 8, Howard, Sundry Cua<g».-U»ri<> Übourer, Moor. Blnod. builder. ETeSoi,, lane, lr>
15 May 1909 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THE LEICESTER CHRONICLE AND LEICESTERSHIRE MERCURY, SATURDAY, MAY 15. 1909

THE LEICESTER CHRONICLE AND LEICESTERSHIRE MERCURY, SATURDAY, MAY 15. 1909

women of Leiresu*r would conne.t uiemselves with the Order, unemployed problem, baliwred, would solved. During tb-* evening musical programme* was provided. .Mr. Harodd orchestra played number inatrumental «ie< lion**; Miss f.euic Nour. '“h the fountain and "In a child*# smTfl .
15 May 1909 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
PICTORIAL HUMOUR.

PICTORIAL HUMOUR.

02 January 1915 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THE ISOLATION HOSPITAL.

THE ISOLATION HOSPITAL.

The St. Martin's Old Boys’ Association provided excellent programme of appropriate music for Christmas Day. The musical members of the Association, including several members of S*. Martin s Choir and friends, sang carols and hymns outside the various infectious wards, and aloo i
02 January 1915 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
WICSTON

WICSTON

The holidays off very quietly, the rxtrcrocly foggy night in measure accounting for the paucity of singers Wigston Magna the members of All SainU' choir were out. and gave half their collections to the Belgian Relief Fund. The Wigston T mperance Silver Pr'ro Hand, conducted Mr.
02 January 1915 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
MR. ROBERT PACETT.

MR. ROBERT PACETT.

Mr. Robt. Pageit, of Cranford. Ehns-road, Knighton. Leicester, shoe mercer, who died on the 10th September last, aged 61 years, loft estate the gross value £24.301 os. 10d., of which £9.419 10s. net personalty. Probate of his will, dated March, 1899. with codicils the 12th June,
02 January 1915 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THORNTON SCHOOLBOYS SUMMONED.

THORNTON SCHOOLBOYS SUMMONED.

Market Bos worth Potty Seswons. Wednesday. John A. Farmer (U), Joe H. Holt (10), and Leonard 10), schoolboys, of Thornton, were summoned by Rlias Geary, grazier, Thornton, for cruelty mare on Oct. 28—Mr, F. Bouakcll, of Market Bos worth, appeared to prosecute, and Mr. J. T. Hinc
02 January 1915 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
ANBTCY.

ANBTCY.

Accident.—On Thursday morning a youth named Harry Clarke met with a serious accident at the Pioneer Heel Works. He wa« working s heel preea, when he got his forefinger severely crushed. Dr. Woolley attended him. and ordered him be taken to the Infirmary, where it waa limed neoes
02 January 1915 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England