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  • County: Yorkshire, England
  • For: 1914 only
  • Type: Illustrated

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

7 Feb 1914

qualifying list with a score of the first round 8 and g ated Airs. MacCullum in the semi% UNIVERSITY V- MID-SURREY. •—•. i'H team has been, selected to repre• IK University against Mid-Surrey Old Deer Park, llichmoud. to-day, BYerburgh (Magdalen), R. B. in•

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Type: Illustrated
Star Green 'un

Star Green 'un Yorkshire, England

3 Jan 1914

rda^aeier. 11— Medical College Durham University by 11 to I.—Newcastle 12— Barry Bowen Sam HeKeown, 15 rde Young Joseph and Oooafcant drew, 15 rda. 15-B«f vfeKing, 3 Ki*-lpi*ch. li—Arthur Ena*

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Star Green 'un

Star Green 'un Yorkshire, England

8 Aug 1914

matches are to be decided there. The feature of Leicestershire’s innings on Tuesday against Northants was the fine batting of King, who, for the third time this season reached three figures. Rhodes showed wonderful drill playing the puzzling swerves of Parkin

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Star Green 'un

Star Green 'un Yorkshire, England

7 Mar 1914

(By Monitor.”) Sheffield fanciers were by no means numerous tho Northern Counties Toy Dog Show last week. Mrs. George Bennett, Pitsmoor, was represented by Comet’s Midget and Westwood Dairymaid, handled Mr. W. Ashton, Meet®* brook, and successfully maintained

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Beverley and East Riding Recorder

Beverley and East Riding Recorder Yorkshire, England

11 Jul 1914

funeral service was held. Among the large congregation were the lx>rd Mayor and Corporation, magistrates, profeeoore of the University, and representatives of political and other associations. pathetic figure was Mr. Je**e Collings, who, nearly prostrate

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Whitby Gazette

Whitby Gazette Yorkshire, England

27 Nov 1914

He was attached to the 2nd thirty-one years age. was killed in action King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. A* November 18th. whilst attached the they say in action/ hope did 2nd King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, not suffer/' I its prosecution to successful

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

19 Mar 1914

well in our hearts *hat King or Queen have taken half as much real interest in their people and their people's lives, needs, aspirations, and wants, to say nothing of their sufferings, sorrows, and poverties—as have King George and Queen Mary. Empty their

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Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough

Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough Yorkshire, England

30 Sep 1914

RETURNING TO THE COMMUNIST STATE? The first of a series twelve lectures on social problems, held under the auspices of the University Extension Society, was delivered in the Wesley Hall. Middlesbrough. last night, by lan C. Hannah, M.A. There was a large

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Bradford Weekly Telegraph

Bradford Weekly Telegraph Yorkshire, England

19 Jun 1914

Luxe last of y'r eanniver Wellington wan in ett.midaisee week. As I stated in my note. at the time, a at Windsor to nt king George with the friend of mine went purposely to pick up a flag due yin virtue of his by I wrinkle or two from the canvas, and

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

18 Jun 1914

active member. The mourners included the widow, John William, Albert, Alec, George, and Hector (sons), Lily, Lizzie, and Eme (daughters), Mrs McDonald (mother), Jack and Alexander George (brothers), Hannah and Mrs Lowe (sisters), Mrs J. W. McDonald (daughter-inlaw)

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

30 Mar 1914

Photo. Press. Block: Long, Ltd Cabinet Ministers spend the week-end golfing at Walton Heath. Our picture shows Mr. Lloyd George, Sir George Riddeft, and Lord Reading walking over the course. Mr. Masterman is in the background. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. T. Yerburgh

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Type: Illustrated
Todmorden & District News

Todmorden & District News Yorkshire, England

11 Dec 1914

North Lancashire Regiment. Rogers Emerson, Beaumont Street* Officers’ Training Corps, Manchester University. StanefieM Uttley, 3, Livery Street, 7th Battalion King’s Royal Rifles, Winchester. Senior Samuel, 18, Peel Street, Royal Field Artillery. Senior Harold

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

19 Jun 1914

was never more Royal than it was to-day. Four Queens were the King's party, Queen Alexandra with her sister, the Dowager Empress of Russia, unexpectedly visiting Ascot, and joining King George and Queen Mary. Queen Ac. of Portugal was also in Ihe Royal

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

23 Feb 1914

THE LATEST COSSET MODEM maw vtwr K. U PETERSON 8. Rfiw BRIGGATC. LEEDB.-AdrL .CUM NUtt^lii Royal His Majesty Appointment King George V. ONE OF THE PENALTIES OF SUCCESS IS ENVY which often provokes rivals to make false and malicious statements, which arc

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

3 Jun 1914

British heart with a patriotic pride that Britons could so bravely endure and conquer. concession was granted, his Majesty King George the Third granted to these loyal subjects the privilege to write after their name U.E. (United Empire), and this honour

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

23 Feb 1914

National Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Chi iiren. £50,030 to King Hospital Fund. £lO,OOO each to Charing Cross Hospital, Guy's Hospital, .Middlesex Hospital, London Hospital, St. George's Hospital, St. Thomas's Hospital, St. Bartholomew’s Hospital,

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

26 Dec 1914

her eons who had died on duty for tho honour of their King and Country. Four more of the victims the attack were buried the Scarborough Cemetery on Saturday. One of the victims was George Harland Taylor (15), whose home was in North-street. He was

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Bradford Weekly Telegraph

Bradford Weekly Telegraph Yorkshire, England

20 Mar 1914

um 'tot Attwxl hat the Rev. R. Brook. 'Calor of Merton College, iorreerly pupil of Bradford has been appointed her of the University of Brook is the son of Mr. of 42, St. Paul's Rood, During undergraduate I•niveireity ho obtained Honours, in Modern History

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

6 Feb 1914

has anything awakened such universal excitement and interest. Unfortunately cannot all go to Covent Garden and hear this supremely beautiful work for ourselves, but at least there is one consolation in the fact that Messrs George Newnes, Ltd., have added

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

6 Mar 1914

London. W. King for human Tails. Wigs, Fringes, Coils, INSPECTION RESPECTFULLY ii* Extraordinary Hairnets. Only one Address: 73, High street. FOR BLACK MILLINE* at Popular Prices to . •- DANIEL EVANS & '* The Millinery Emporium.-, 3—6, GEORGE STREET. (off

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Type: Illustrated