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BOOT Trade —Wantod, traveller* on comroi**ion, carry nursery •ample*.--Apply back of No. 4, Cartlowtreet. iili oslt 286 WANTED, young mao,

BOOT Trade —Wantod, traveller* on comroi**ion, carry nursery •ample*.--Apply back of No. 4, Cartlowtreet. iili oslt 286 WANTED, young mao,

good add read, solicit orders for mw standard work, whole or spare time.— Write "Techa teal." “Mereory" Office. 3993 TIfAFTED, energetic man for Pearl Assurance Company, term* and certain suoceos, saUry given.—Apply J. RICHARDSON, 21, street. GROCERS and Provision Merchants.-Wan
26 March 1889 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL.

THEATRE ROYAL.

The military drsma by Messrs. Sims and Pettitt, entitled In the Ua.uk* has been frequently represented in Leicester, and has always proved most acceptable to the class of audienoe It attracts. again produced this week, and received this establishment a robust style of treatment
26 March 1889 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Nut Wait: RUTH CHATTERTON In "THE RIGHT TO LOVE."

Nut Wait: RUTH CHATTERTON In "THE RIGHT TO LOVE."

24 November 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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111111-- =AIM CITY CINEMC illup;__,..AßKErpiAcE 111 ,1,-A IiEORGE

CITY CINEMC illup; __,..AßKErpiAcE 111 IiEORGE ARLISS - BEERY In the Pietism Osten Boon Walling to `The MILLIONAIRE ' At Approx. 3.30. 0.10, 0.10. Also CONSTANCE CARPENTER `BROWN SUGAR.' I BRITISH MOVIETONE NEWS I NixT WOIK, -TRADIR. MOROI."
24 November 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Example of Russia

Example of Russia

" Look at Russia—there was a tremendous crisis there, and the spirit of Liberalism, which was only very young and very weak, was entirely crushed. You have there a tyranny—it is not a Liberal constitution they are enjoying. In Italy, added Mr. picketing, they had another tyranny
24 November 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 

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REV. H. J. PICKETT

REV. H. J. PICKETT

Death of a Methodist Leader The death has taken place of the Rev. Henry John Pickett, one of the outstand ing figures in Methodism, and, about 30 years ago, a minister in Leicester. Two of his brothers are still residing in Leicester, the Rev. Frederick Pickett. supernumnry mini
24 November 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
MORE FIGHTING

MORE FIGHTING

IN FAR EAST Japan And China At Grips Fighting between the Japanese and Chinese troops started at nine o'clock this morning, between Chuliuho and tisinitun, near Mukden. The battle is still proceed ing. An earlier report from Mukden stated that growing fear was felt by the Japane
24 November 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
A WORD FOR THE DAY.

A WORD FOR THE DAY.

Envy and iv; iio;a7uss;;; not virtues, hut they may he forces that snake for progress. '5 p 1 4. 1..▪ • THE LEICESTER MERCURY, TUESDAY, 24th NOVEMBER, 1931.
24 November 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
NEWS and NOTES

NEWS and NOTES

Light Up Sun Sets Sun Rises 1.0 p.m. 3.311 p.m. 7.33 a.m. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Mrs. W. Butinows and Family, of Cosby, wish to thank all friend, for their sympathy and finial tributes. 878E.7 The Sons and Daughter" of the late :Mrs. Ellen wish to thank friends fur their kind letters o
24 November 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
TARIFFS AND THE LEATHER TRADE. .

TARIFFS AND THE LEATHER TRADE. .

A letter from Mr. W. Tompkins, of Messrs. W. Tompkins and Son. Manstield-street, Leicester, dealing with tariffs as affecting the boot and shoe industry, is on Page Six.
24 November 1931 - Leicester Daily Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England