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80 matches for King George University Lupton in the British Newspaper Archive

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

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Star Green 'un

Star Green 'un Yorkshire, England

18 Jul 1914

unknown bowlers to disconcert the happiness of Leicester. In 1901 Sidney Barnes captured six wickets for 70 runs, in 1902 George Little Wood. 9 for 130, and in 1906 Dean for 47, all on the occasions of their debuts with Leicester. Only once before have

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

8 Jul 1914

training ship Bxmouth. Amongst those present were Prince Louis of Battenberg, Mr. Winston Churchill, Dr. Macnamara. M.P., Sir George Reid, Admiral Sir E. R. Fremantle, Sir John Cockburn, the Hon. Thomas Mackenzie {High Commissioner for New Zealand), Sir Thomas

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Bradford Weekly Telegraph

Bradford Weekly Telegraph Yorkshire, England

2 Jan 1914

the visit Lord Minting*. the to is the sugsfeot of general disc/1,14W. No functions wore held in the nt• itself. even the University ( Invocation was held at Government House. No wow& were permitted to oongregate in the Jamb on the route followed by the

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

10 Mar 1914

Company, King Street, South Shields. GIRL. forewomso —Frank*,;a and looking work and satiating 77. York Street. 10 MACHINISTS wanted once; work.—Walter Co.. Mabgats Mills. DRESSMAKING -WANTED, ASSISTANTS TOR and bodices; apprentices.—Mm Gt. George Street

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Todmorden Advertiser and Hebden Bridge Newsletter

Todmorden Advertiser and Hebden Bridge Newsletter Yorkshire, England

26 Jun 1914

un, an' give him is met, from the mill - head to the University public attention on him, and it is -aid that which was his own invention, felt his t e - TASTEFUL and A TRACTIVE WORK l'l°Y4 George he's a graduate,social d• not to know that something

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Bradford Weekly Telegraph

Bradford Weekly Telegraph Yorkshire, England

6 Feb 1914

tessr -hi ,, f . vicar of Stoke-0131'nm, and the Rev. F. Nor- longer than three month. hef,re this cenrio Thickneese, of George'''. The bride him was given away by her father. and looked very graceful in her robe of itch ivory satin Diane, gracefully

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Bradford Weekly Telegraph

Bradford Weekly Telegraph Yorkshire, England

8 May 1914

appointment at Military Sunday celebrations. 'ordinary man to even a bazaar! Mow absurd Leeds University, that the committee do - was! They minces who woo d an-, Sir George not take that close personal interest in Bradford friends of Hits McMillen will helli

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Todmorden & District News

Todmorden & District News Yorkshire, England

3 Jul 1914

out of the surrounding ground with artistic floral designs, will about ■ £5OO. On the front are the initials and •• M (King George and Queen Mary). The opening ceremony was three o’clock His Worahip the Mayor (Aid, Eobt. Jackson, J.P.), Councilloi I.

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

13 Jun 1914

Duke Deeply Touched. There was much applause, and this was renewed when the Duke rose to swear allegiance to the King, and again when he returned thanks. said the value of the generous recognition an y poor services he had rendered to the borough was

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

19 Nov 1914

Mary Dibb. Colonel Dibb. who became one of the d ; ot Hull Brewery Company in 1888, was educated for the Bar. At Cambridge University he took his degree of M.A., ami for very short time practised at the Bar. However, he a most at once became associated with

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

15 May 1914

Clarke, a leading member tho Sutton-in-Ashfield Urban District Council, and interested in local harriers organisation 4,003 Mr. George Edward Harrison, aged 55, of Darlington Villa, BisteJ' Koad, Stroud, Gloucestershire, polit’eal the chairman of the Society

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Beverley and East Riding Recorder

Beverley and East Riding Recorder Yorkshire, England

21 Mar 1914

without, however, overturning it. at Kingston fined £2 2s. 6d.. including costs. Damages of £3.3, r )0 were awarded to Mr. Henrv George Burford, of Warwick Newroad.' Leamington, J th l , K,n f * Bench Division against Mr. S. F, Edge for breach of an agreement

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

5 Feb 1914

much associated with early railway enterprise in the person Mr. Edward Pease and others his family. The engineering ventures George Stephenaon the North east were supported very largely by capitalists among the Friends. Perhaps there heredity of principle

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

26 Sep 1914

has not agreed with hitn. The latest enlistment from the ranks of the Warwickshire County Cricket Club the scorer, Austin George. ha* been accepted for in the Royal Marines Plymouth. are the only side in Second Division without the luxurv of victory to

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South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times

South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times Yorkshire, England

14 Mar 1914

warning to fonr growing sone. the novel, remarkable for the boldness and of its oiraparition, has achieved a fame that is universal. and hat biome recognised am one of the of modern literature. It hes been adapted to the drams. and at Ism it born made tb3

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Beverley and East Riding Recorder

Beverley and East Riding Recorder Yorkshire, England

30 May 1914

hia career Tim gave Hampshire big lead on the first innings, but Yorkshire were saved from defeat the brilliant partnership George Hirst and Denton, which produced runs. Hir« is quite the cricket marvel the age; he was looked upon that five years ago but

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Shipley Times and Express

Shipley Times and Express Yorkshire, England

30 Oct 1914

THE FOOD KITCHEN: LARGE REDUCTION ATTENDANCE. From minutes the Care of Children Con miitoe appeared that dinner tickets were King issued to 371 necessitous children, compar'd with 90 twelve months ago. In view I large number of children now on ! Just the

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Star Green 'un

Star Green 'un Yorkshire, England

2 May 1914

informant that they simply daren’t. rarfyioen Sthintnicn. hod the pleasure of meeting the n,t Harold F.tvbanfc, curate of St. Georges (fLi, »hose athletic accomplishments were l S in the “Telegraph” when first oiu HiolJ. Rugby football over, he is raiiß attention

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Bradford Weekly Telegraph

Bradford Weekly Telegraph Yorkshire, England

26 Jun 1914

ho himself in physic*. Last year Mr. Appleton took honours in Part 1. at the Natural Belem* Tripes, and was awarded the University Wiltshire, Prize for being the candidate most pno-I is the sciences of geology and mineralogy; he has also been prizet mac

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Star Green 'un

Star Green 'un Yorkshire, England

9 May 1914

United team. Very few of the old players are being re-signed. Baker, half-back, has been signed on by Huddersfield Itown. George Waddell, a Scottish centre half-back, has signed for Bradford City. During last season this player was with Kilmarnock, but

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