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

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

6 Oct 1916

PROFESSIONAL. (Continued.) LWHITELEY, M.A., and STAFF. Tutors and • University and Professional Examinations. Modern Languages. English, Classics, and Mathematics. —37, Surrey st. Students may commence any date. WHITELEY’S COLLEGE and SCHOOL OF COMMERCE

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

2 Jul 1917

refativee of those who had fallen, returned wounded men. contmgente “• Engineers from Bedmires and Hulsbro, toe O.T.C. of University and King Edward VII. School, hospital R.A.M.C. men, and the West Killing Volunteers,_ with their band. while the .Cancel was

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

14 Nov 1916

TELEGRAPH, TUESDAY, FOR THE HOSPITALS. PROHIBITION DEMANDED. University Supply Depot’s Splendid Record. Sheffield Speakers Condemn the Government. At the general meeting of Sheffield University Hospital Supply Depot, held yesterday, under the presidency

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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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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

12 Dec 1916

Dr. Fisher's severing with the Sheffield University, which has been Vice-Chancellor since 1912, keen satisfaction is felt in Sheffield at the distinction hich ha;: been conferred upon the city and the University the honour paid to Dr. Fisher. THE ROUMANIAN

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

8 May 1916

(Through Reuter’s Agency.) Rome, Saturday. The Prince Wales is staying, as the guest of the King of Italy, in the Italian war zone, and has accompanied ' King Emanuel visits of inspection to several parts of the front. FIGHTING THE WAY TO BAGDAD. ON THE

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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 Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

28 Mar 1916

per year for four years King's (Mirlin formerly attended Pomona Street of Town Trust Scholarship of £5O per i\e( tenable Oxford or Cambridge (Merton y. (Morton formerly attended Heeley Bank iin/ Scholarships at the University of Scholarship, JMS, £5O

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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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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

10 Jan 1917

printed in tan-brown ink, consists of the King's head printed in greenish brown, surrounded by an oval in which the Imperial titles are set out and surmounted an Imperial crown and a representation of St. George and the Dragon. The groundwork of the bar

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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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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

27 Jul 1914

(Australian Res.), Lance-- Cruse (L.R.8.), Sapper C. R. R. King Corpl. N. Y. Marriott (late 15th London), Corpl. C. H. Vernon (Cambridge University -0.T.C.), T nJe-cornl Elliott (Cambridge University 0.T.C.). 283 j P. Macbean Cwnbridge H.), Sergt. J- T *

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

14 Aug 1915

rather than imprisonment. So an innocent man goes to his untimely end, a victim of cruel fate. God alone is judge, and the King of Kings. It was He who gave me life —who ordained our coming together. My property I give to you. Don't alone the last day . .

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

18 Jan 1915

with the King's Own shire Light Infantry. Ho was educate Repton and Sheffield University. While University he became a member of the 0 Training Corps. iro joined his regime ] Friday. MEDICAL MEN GAZETTED. Dr. Arthur Robertson Wightman an( George Ewart Martin

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

22 Sep 1916

Many King Edward VII. School students will learn with sincere regret of the death Second- Lieutenant E. M. Adlington, of the West Yorkshire Regiment. Son of Mr. Adlington, of The Woodlands. Wincobank. Lieutenant Adhngton -was educated at King Tdward

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

28 Sep 1915

joining in general welcome to the King. Passing St. George’s Church and tho Medical School—the latter, as already mentioned, associated with the King’s previous visit to the city—the party proceeded to the University, where another loyal welcome awaited

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

22 Jun 1914

given in honour of tile King. This evening tntre will the customary tull-dress banquets gjven the Ministers, and the King's biitnd.iy reception at the India Office. QUEEN AS COLONEL-IN-CHIEF. War Office, 22nd June, 1914. The King has oen graciously pleased

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Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough

Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough Yorkshire, England

22 Apr 1916

KING'S WEEK-END AT WINDSOR. Tlie King, accompanied Prince Albert, Prince Henry. Prince George and Princeee Mary, went for a ride in Windsor Great Park this morning. His Majesty was looking well. WAR ITEMS. T to obscure window lights, 7.49. Wm. Dixon,

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

6 Feb 1914

House, a settle* nient for University men, was opened in 1904, and for the last nine years has been the centre a remarkable work. settlement is nearly always full, and has attracted to it largo numbers young from the Universities. Although Evangelical Churchman

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