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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

21 Sep 1932

UNERAL OF MR. 0. MIDDLETON to Life of Public Service FOR INFIRMARY lle ral service at St. Chad's Church, e^ingiey Leeds, yesterday, for Mr. chairman of the Leeds and head of the well- Leeds firm of solicitors, was ! laige congregation widely j tative

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

26 Oct 1929

GENERAL INFIRMARY AT LEEDS The Board of Management acknowledges with grateful thanks the receipt the following gifts:— >'EW AND INCREASED ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS. Saffer, Mr. A., Leeds Fawcett, Mrs. >l., Leeds £ s. d. 5 5 0 110 HOSPITAL COMMITTEES. Etc

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

24 Jun 1933

the Chapel Si. I tike, General Infirmary Leeds, by Mrs. J. M. memory ol her son. Henry Dubs Middle ton. Chairman and Honorary Treasure oi the Infirmary from November 2. 1928. to September 18. 1932.

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

24 Sep 1932

thereby upholding the battalion’s record on every route march. The Leeds Sylvians. I hear that the Princess Royal intends to be present at one of the Leeds Sylvians’ performances of Virginia,”, which they are producing at the Grand Theatre during the week

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

5 Aug 1933

NEW GOOLE CHURCH Work Is to begin at once on the Church of St. Mary and Its church hall Old Goole. The foundation-stone )ay| ceremony has been fixed for Thursd September 7. and the Princess Royal promised to perform the ceremony. The church will haye an

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

2 Jul 1932

SHEFFIELD DAILY TELEGRAPH, SATURDAY. JULY 1932. PUBLIC NOTICES. > JpHE ROYAL INFIRMARY, SHEFFIELD. PUBLIC NOTICES. THE WEEKLY BOARD desire most gratefully to ACKNOWLEDGE the RECEIPT of the following LEGACIES, DONATIONS, and THANK-OFFERINGS, NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

28 Nov 1931

PRINCESS MARY IN LEEDS. Visit to Paxton Society’s Chrysanthemum Show. RECORD ENTRIES. Princess Mary spent half an hour Leeds Paxton Society’s Chrysantberß Show at the Drill Hall, Fenton Street, terday afternoon, and surprised many . the experts there

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

17 Jan 1931

ENDOWED AT INFIRMARY. LEEDS PROFESSOR’S NEW POST. Leeds Memorial to the Late Craftsmen the Public Should Support. Dr. C. R. Adgie. Mr. E. V. Gordon Going TRIBUTE FROM GAMBIA. to Manchester. REUNION IN LEEDS. The General Infirmary authorities Leeds received

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

19 Nov 1932

Metropole, Leeds, last night. Close upon a hundred officers of all ranks were present, including General Sir Walter P. Braithwaite, G.C.8., who commanded the Division from February, 1917, when it crossed to France, until August, 1918, and General Sir Robert

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

1 Nov 1926

PRINCESS MARIE LOUISE. TJI’IE Duke and Duchess of Northumberland will act a* host and hostess Princess Maria Louise during her b.'iflf visit to Northumberland this seek. The Princess has always taken five ke*«est lutercnt in the Young Men’s Christian

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

31 Aug 1927

NATIONAL Y.M.C.A. DAY. Princess Mary’s Forthcoming Visit to Barnsley. The Prime Minister has written to Sir Arthur Yapp, national secretary of the Y.M.C.A., to express his good wishes for the success of the national Y.M.C.A. Day, to be held on October

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

18 Nov 1933

Leeds Infirmary on the Screen. Scenes, UITHKR'fo we have not had talkie telling and showing us In moving pictures some of the wonderful work performed In the Leeds General Infirmary. And now, when the Institution is making an appeal for £250,000, the

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

22 Aug 1928

PRINCESS MARY’S VISIT. At the opening of the Ecclesall Woods, Sheffield, Princess Mary at 2.50 p.m. to-morrow, the Hickleton Main Band will play selections, and the Victoria Hall Choral Society will sing until 4.30 p.m. the police sports field, Niagara

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

27 Mar 1930

LEEDS INFIRMARY DEFICIT. Appeal for Increased Public Support. YEAR WORK. appeal the people Leech tho West Riding to reduce Urn yearly deficit of £2O,(XX) on the working of I(J General Infirmary at Leeds was made annual meeting yesterday. Moving the adoption

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Grantham Journal

Grantham Journal Lincolnshire, England

28 May 1932

one year are allowed to compete for it in subsequent years. The winning animals this week wero Wing Princess Royal 2nd, white heifer; Wing Princess Mary, red cow with calf at foot; and Wing Royal Sovereign, dark roan bull. Visit to Royal Horticultural

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Staffordshire Sentinel

Staffordshire Sentinel Staffordshire, England

24 Nov 1932

Armstrong 0 - r. - 11 - iii - iii:e7, Ever remembered iur his loving family. Ann Mary (Mrs Spottiswoode) Macnce 0 Tamps.-Hanover-at- Newmann *Mame 8818. HAYCOCKS GENERAL GARAGE CO., PARLIAMENT-SQ.. HANLEY; hand BENNETT.-In loving memory of our capar Patrick

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

23 Feb 1932

personalty £3,690) 4,624 Mrs. Rachel (83), 50, Holhn Lane, Middleton (Lance.), formerty of Morlands, East Keswick (Yorks), widow John Henry Howarth. timber merchant, of Leeds, and Edward Jackson, Middleton (net personalty £3.740) 3,782 Mr. Mark Bell wood, Treefieid

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Morecambe Guardian

Morecambe Guardian Lancashire, England

20 Jan 1933

c'' now Churches included 1 ischdeacon of Bradford. the laying by the Princess Royal of the foundation stone of St. Phillip's. . Many deaths have to be reported. 3smondthorpe Leeds, which marke d i The Church suffered a great loss by the demise on January

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

11 Oct 1932

Aughnacloy, Tyrone. MARY THELLEN, 554, Park Ave., Albany, N.Y. MUST WIN, 24, Brooklands Ave., Fulwood, Sheffield. MUSWIN, South Lodge, Ashgate, Chesterfield. MOODY, Mrs., 72, Calvert Lane, Hull. MEGUR-ARAM, 555 W. 186th Street, New York. MARY HARMON, 629, Tlnton

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

26 Feb 1932

Delhi. l>s, Infirmary Archbishop of 'j’ork. admiring in the Princess Mary Ward il P riz to the nursing stafl of the Leeds General || tiSk. r^ • picture shows nurses' greeting her. She was t r w>■ % iBBSSSsESK 1 escorted by Mr. H. D. Middleton. ~** M P J

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