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MR. A. E. MORLEY DEAD FORMER ACCOUNTANT TO BOSWORTH R.D.C.

MR. A. E. MORLEY DEAD FORMER ACCOUNTANT TO BOSWORTH R.D.C.

Mr. Alfred Ernest Morley, of Lower Coventry-road, Hinckley, died yesterday at the age of 67. Mr. Morley had lived in Hinckley about two ,yeare, and had previously lived at Market Bosworth, where he was very well known, and was accountant to Market Bosworth R.D.C. 'The funeral wi
January 16, 1935 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
75 0 0 1934

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January 16, 1935 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Viewpoints

Viewpoints

TEAM and i•o-operation are the twin secrets of success. _ . At the dinner given last night by the directors to the staff of this paper it was announced that the installation of an entire new line of presses would be commenced within four weeks to cope with the ever-increasing de
January 16, 1935 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Farmers' Union Demands Revision Of Ottawa Agreements VNIFORM PROTECTION WANTED LEICESTER AND IMPORTS OF IRISH CATTLE t DEMAND for the

Farmers' Union Demands Revision Of Ottawa Agreements VNIFORM PROTECTION WANTED LEICESTER AND IMPORTS OF IRISH CATTLE t DEMAND for the

termination of foreign trade pasts and Wig revision of the Ottawa Agreements was made by the new president )f the National Farmers' Union, Mr. J. H. Wain, at the annual meeting London, to-day. Mr. Pickering, the Leicester delegate, raised the important e( on of the imports of ca
January 16, 1935 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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January 16, 1935 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
RETIREMENT CONDITION

RETIREMENT CONDITION

Alderman G. H. Parbury suggested that the move be supported on condition that no man or woman be entitled to the pension unless they bad retired from work. A motion asking the Council to support the scheme was put by Mr. A. Odd!, and an amendment that the letter lie on the table
January 16, 1935 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Terribly Injured Girl's Face Re-formed: Miracle Of Surgery Described To Judge

Terribly Injured Girl's Face Re-formed: Miracle Of Surgery Described To Judge

EICESTER CHOIRBOYS who have been to St. Nicolas College. Chicletur,t. for vocal training, photographed with their parents on their return t the L.M.S. station, Leicester. The choirboys are Leslie Young, Norman King, E. Taylor, Stanley Edwards, and Ray Baines. ~ . 4 4 . 1 11 Ph t
January 16, 1935 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
)T THAT DIFFERENCE IETWEEN THE SIDES" Cup -Tie Reflections

)T THAT DIFFERENCE IETWEEN THE SIDES" Cup -Tie Reflections

By ALEX JAMES, the f lUST to set at rest any ideas 1./ there might be to the contrary, I can assure you that the Arsenal players will not bear in mind the 8-0 victory we gained over Leicester City a month ago, when ie come to Filbert-street for ie Cup-tie next week. houghts of t
January 16, 1935 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
BELTOIR HUNT RACES

BELTOIR HUNT RACES

ARRANGEMENTS FOR POINT TO POINT MEETING The Belroir Hunt Point-to-Point races. the gayest day of the year in the Vale of Belyoir. are again to he held over that ideal stretch of country which lies between Lon! Clawson old mill and Long Clawson station. Thig the ram , will be on
January 16, 1935 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
By JACK LITTLEWOOD

By JACK LITTLEWOOD

CLEVELEYS, on the outskirts of Blackpool , was t he Epsom Downs of the football world this morning, for in adeition to the Leicester City players turning out for special training, there were also Sheffield Wednesday, Bolton Wanderers, Grimsby Town, Middlesbrough and Manchester U
January 16, 1935 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England