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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

26 Jun 1914

The 'King George Dock' Opened brilliant ceremony this afternoon. KING'S SPEECH AT THE INAUGURATION. gat Over 15,000 Specially Invited Guests. j . K; opened the new 1 , ,fr,rnoon, after an imposing ' lp • Kin? George Dock. , , . . ..,- conferred during

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

18 Apr 1914

King George to See Cap Final. The Earl of Derby authorises the statement that the King lias signified his intention be present at the final of the Football Association Cup the Crystal Palace on Saturday next, April 25th. Hie Majesty vrill have leave directly

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

23 Feb 1914

His King George V, OF THE PENALTIES OF SUCCESS IS ENVY which often provokes rivals to make false and malicious statements, which are repeated others in ignorance. Rumours were circulated to the effect that Cerebos Salt was not real salt and that it contained

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

19 Nov 1914

UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE, A meeting of Council was held yesterday, the Pro-Chancellor (Mr. A. G Lupton) in toe chair. Tho toilowing resolution with regard to the recent death of Mr. J.D. Jewitt was unanimously adopted: The Council records its sorrow the

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

21 May 1914

lic-Kl to-da>. ’• Chancellor (Mr. A. G. Lupton) tltc th-nr. '- Chancellor was appointed tin- represent University the new Contial Council winch » formed connection with the Fvderotccl Superannuation for Universities «>»** L Rivera leges. 1 ,•.« The unde

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

27 Jun 1914

Central Secondary School). Ezra Honnsfield inter Scholarships.—George Allnop, Dronfield Grammar School: Randall Cooper, King Edward VII. School. Corporation Scholarship.—Caryl L. M. Battersby, King Edward VII. School. Firth Scholarship.—Winifred W. Stuart

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

7 Aug 1914

UNIVERSITY EXAMS. northern joint board RESULTS. . 'the joint matriculation board of the Universities of Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, and Shefheld has issued list of the candidates who were auocesaful in the examinations held last monthgive below the

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

23 May 1914

infurmation with regard to proposals for naval agreement, alleged to have been raised in Paris the occasion the recent vi>it King George and Sir Edward Grey. Describing tho diplomatic activity nf A!. Isvolskv Russian Ambassador m Paris that time, liirr Wolff’s

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

8 Oct 1914

became Controller and Troa*urer to King George, who was then Prince Wale*, and was appointed Keeper the Privy Purse in 1910. was formerly lieutenantcolonel the Grenadier Guards, and served m tbo Oampaign IBBS. The King and Queen, and everybody connected

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

4 Jun 1914

UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE. A GENEROUS GIFT TO BIRMINGHAM UNIVERSITY. a meeting of the Council of the Birmingham University yesterday, letter was read from Sir George H. Kenrick, offering to endow chair of physics at the University in memory the lato Professor

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Huddersfield Daily Examiner

Huddersfield Daily Examiner Yorkshire, England

7 Jan 1914

only once before been obtained bv a woml„ J VS SUFFBAGU.”’ Birmingham City Couneiriiave accented offer of Mr. George of freehold land at King’s Norton for a ree£eSw?« ground. ‘toh Jonea, in letter to the Times Tnoedav the Government imposed his retirement

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Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough

Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough Yorkshire, England

30 Apr 1914

NO UNIVERSITY ENGINEERS. Replying to Mr Rowland Hunt, M-P-. in the House of Commons lasi night, Captain Cecil Norton stated that the practice of appointing men to the engineer mg branch the Post Office had been d soon tinned. •• We found that were nvt

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Sheffield Evening Telegraph

Sheffield Evening Telegraph Yorkshire, England

3 Dec 1914

University War Lectures, Sir,—At a meeting of the University field War Lectures Committeeo held University yesterday afternoon, I -was to convey to you the hearty thanks of the nrittoe for the great assistance you so kmdb us by puWishing announcemeuts

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

24 Oct 1914

command of the ill-fated submarine E 3. He wag authority on submarines, and once had the honour of receiving His Majesty King George (when Prince of Wake) on board one of the submarines.

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

9 Jan 1914

EDUCATION. GERMAN' —High-class Tuition by experienced Native 1 Teacher—O. Hundt university), 37, May fie>i-st.., !-pring-bk. _ YOUNO LADY wou'ld like Situation as Governed. or similar ; very fond of children Address 200, Mail, HuU. WASTED, a Nursery

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

21 Mar 1914

for fifth year, and remission fees, tenable at King Edward 11. r acuity of Vpphed Science of Sheffield University be awarded to Master J. W. Wright, son of Mr. J W. right, City Treasurer, and pupil King Edward VII. School, and that a special bursary grant

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

1 May 1914

the refrain. Next Sir George Chub • read Address to the King on behalf of the ma-t* r« and boys of tho school, which contained the follow:v,- passage:— The existence of tb© Levs School under the shau<- of the ancient University a beneficent ro>ult of

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Sheffield Evening Telegraph

Sheffield Evening Telegraph Yorkshire, England

4 Jul 1914

out 16 Ibw b King.'’.! E. C. Baker, st Cuthbert•on, Kidd 1 King , Eitr« 7 iSf . Total ngg ToUI 17Q Ist Inns. M.C.C. 2nd Inna Hon. R, Anson, 0 Lagden Woodrofe 6 c Morricon.b Baker A. E. Lawton, b Lagden 28 Morrison,b Baker 17 King, Ibw, b Fairbairn

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

24 Jul 1914

Cambridge University O.T.C. made the beat show for the TerritoriaU, beating in turn the Royal Marina ArtULarv and the Royal Scots Greys, but in the third heat they bad to give way to the 3rd Coldstream Guards, who, defeating the 2nd King’s Royal Rifles

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Huddersfield Daily Examiner

Huddersfield Daily Examiner Yorkshire, England

7 Jul 1914

Lloyd George and Mr. Churchill. Mr. Lloyd George and Mr. Churchill were particularly moved Mr. Asquith’s recoilections of the deceased statesman. They, ipo* had strong personal memories. It generally :tgreed in the House that Mr. Lloyd George as a P

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