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THE CAPTURE OF GERMAN TRADE.

THE CAPTURE OF GERMAN TRADE.

Now, they told, Uicy ought capture trade. it they could keep it, ». lUcy might also corns.dor how captured trade. lietore the war oi Ih7U, i/> rmany poor country. How did they become wealthy and prosperous? There were two German trade, u*olt ordinary trade, and that which they l
20 February 1915 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
For Complete Variety Company please see page 4.

For Complete Variety Company please see page 4.

EMPLOYMENT JANUARY LOCAL INDUSTRIES VERY ACTIVE. Employment January showed further improvement. The industries concerned with the equipment of the Allied Forces continued to very busy, with much overtime. In some these trades there was shortage of skilled labour, partly owing pr
20 February 1915 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
COMPLAINTS OF DEFECTIVE CONDITION.

COMPLAINTS OF DEFECTIVE CONDITION.

There were number complaints the deplorable condition the main roads Leicester made at committee meeuug oi tne J-*n* cesicrsuire at the Grand Hotel Leicester Wednesday and steps were taken witn view getting them rem<.dLd. The fully toat prooau*y owing exceptional changes in weal
20 February 1915 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
STATE OF THE RESERVOIRS.

STATE OF THE RESERVOIRS.

At the meeting of the Watch Committee on Tuesday evening, the following figure© were presented: Thornton liesservoir, six inches below the weir, 322,000.000 gallons. Brad .rate, six inches below the weir. 054.000.00 C. Total 856.000,000. Deficiency 33.000.000. The deficiency at
20 February 1915 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THE ALLEGED MURDER AT LEEDS,

THE ALLEGED MURDER AT LEEDS,

The Leeds police have arrested twe youths and a young man on the charge of complicity in the murder of Mr. Jonas Bottomley, master confectioner, of Keighley, whose body was found on the banks of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal on the 4th ultimo. The Coroner's jury returned a verdi
03 November 1883 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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litoarjr anb ?? (Extracts. New Clock at Washington. — A clock of peculiar construction has been manufactured for the United States Signal Seivice Bureau at Washington. The case is of brass, and allows the swing of a pendulum 39in. long ;it is air-tight, and admits of the air bein
03 November 1883 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
COUNTY PUBLIC OFFICE.

COUNTY PUBLIC OFFICE.

Satuhdat.— Before T. T. Paget, Esq., M.P. (in the chair), W. Winterton, Esq., and Captain Pochin. BelgHa ve. — Wm. Sheldon, school teacher, of Belgrave, was summoned for assaulting Jerusalem Bennett on the 25th October.— Mr. T. Wright appeared to defend.— Complainant atated that
03 November 1883 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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22 January 1898 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THE CASE OF SERGT. COLGAN.

THE CASE OF SERGT. COLGAN.

DISCHARGED FROM THE ARMY ON MEDICAL CERTIFICATE AS INCURABLE. CURED BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS. The military authorities are not too ready to grant a discharge to a soldier, as the case of Mr R. P. Colgan, 41, Barbara-street, Barnsbury, London, N., exemplifies. His thrilling st
22 January 1898 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
BOABD SCHOOL TEACHERS AND ECCLESIAS-.TICAL TESTS.

BOABD SCHOOL TEACHERS AND ECCLESIAS-.TICAL TESTS.

BOABD SCHOOL TEACHERS AND ECCLESIAS- TICAL TESTS. THE GADDESBT CASE. We have been requested to publish the following correspondence respecting the imposition by School Beards of ecclesiastical tests and extraneous tasks upon Beard school teachers: — "99, Grosvenor -ro ad, S.W. De
22 January 1898 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England