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  • County: Yorkshire, England
  • For Years: 1914 - 1917

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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 Evening Telegraph

Sheffield Evening Telegraph Yorkshire, England

20 Dec 1916

MR. M. A. L. FISHER. Resigns His Position at Sheffield University. In the of Commons this afternoon Mr. King asked the Prime Minister whether the appointment of the President of the Hoard of Education had been made subject to Mr. H. \. 1.. Fisher becoming

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

9 Oct 1915

KING AND UNIVERSITIES The Vice-Chancellor of Leeds University has permission to publish the following message from the King with reference to the work of the Universities in connection with the war: His Majesty feels that the assistance of the Universities

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

5 Jun 1915

KING GEORGE AND f RANGE. (Riuisa’i Teleciau ) Pari*., Friday. President Poincare cent the following telegram to tho King the occasion of llis Majesty’s birthday:— It is with ffrea* that I take the opportunitr, the occasion of Your Maj«*J»ty’s birthday

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

29 Aug 1917

KING GEORGE'S FUND FOR SAILORS. . Connaught renews his appeal in behalf King George'e Fund for Sailors, which he ha* undertaken the duties of chairman. As stated previously, the institutions intended to benefit by the Fund includo seamen's hospitals,

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

29 Oct 1915

RIDING ACCIDENT TO KING GEORGE. THE BULGARIANS PUSH TOWARDS NISH. HIS MAJESTY'S HORSE HEARS AND FALLS. ACCIDENT AT AN INSPECTION. THE KING SEVERELY BRUISED BUT CONDITION SATISFACTORY. Tbo Press Bureau this afternoon issued tho following:— Oct. 28th. While

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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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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

28 Sep 1915

munitions, and the King saw how the workers in Leeds have set themsehes to their share in delivering the goods. The afternoon was fully occupied in visiting the University and the hospital. This being King George’s first visit as King to the city, some

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

1 Apr 1916

very truly. FABER A BLANK MONDAY. HORBURY FURNACUMEN'S ABSENCE THROWS WORKS IDLE. At Wakefield yesterday, George A.rmitage, Francis Garvey, and Georg© Garvey, furnacemen at the Horbury Junction Ironworks. were summoned for absenting Ihemselvee from work

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Harrogate Herald

Harrogate Herald Yorkshire, England

25 Jul 1917

I think hi* trouble trench shin*, the/ nail it. X bad a mod chat with Lupton, and an sure ha trill malt* smart officer. 1 shall iratch his career with tha closest interest. Whilst ha was with me in came Fte. H. J. Baker, another Beech wood bo/, who was

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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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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

28 Sep 1915

AT THE UNIVERSITY. The Royal party had lunch at one of the engineering works, after which they proceeded to the University, where His Majesty was. received by the Pro-Chancellor (Mr. A. G. Lupton), Treasurer (Lord Allerton), the Vice-Chancellor (Mr. M

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

28 Sep 1915

AT THE UNIVERSITY. , HIS MAJESTY'S INTEREST IN INSTITUTION'S WAR WORK. After lunch the Royal party drove to th« University, via the Town Hall and the Infirmary, a route which gave the King an opportunity of seeing the slum-clearance for the Infirmary

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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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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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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

15 Mar 1915

UNIVERSITY MUSIC. REVIVALS OF BACH AND PURCELL. The Sheffield University Musical Society may be congratulated having discarded an undistinguished type of choral programme for one more in keeping with a body attached to great educational institution. The

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

16 Dec 1915

Leeds a meeting yesterday, under the ship of the Pro-Chancellor (Mr- Arf . Lupton), received with deep regret B® AiJ* the death in action of the .j Ji' members of the University :^-Corp ol tf, Ackroyd. Lieut. A. E. Forsell, Lieut- Gibson. Lieut. C. R.

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

17 Nov 1916

Sin JOHX MAXWELL SEES THE KING. Genera] Sir John Maxwell called Buckingham Palace, to-day, and was received audience by the King, on the relinquishment his Irish Command, take tip the duties of the Northern Command. His Majesty invested John with the

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Sheffield Evening Telegraph

Sheffield Evening Telegraph Yorkshire, England

24 Jun 1916

SHEFFIELD UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS. Sheffield University announce the award of the following scholarships: Town Trustees’ Scholarships (subject to approval Town Trustees)': Carl Myers (King Edward VII. School); Gladys Rodgers (Central Secondary School);

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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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