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  • For Years: 1914 - 1917
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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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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

26 May 1916

af the Cabinet were anxious to facilitate it. In the peers’ gallery. Lord Stamfordham watched, for the King. The announcement that Mr. Lloyd George had been asked to bring the Irish interests together and achieve a settlement raised no applause, but there

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

10 Jun 1916

Lloyd George Ramoars. London to-day rang with alarming rumours about Mr. Lloyd George. is curious fact when stories this kind get into circulation that the less truth there is in them the greater in the circumstantiality in which they are garbed. So it

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Todmorden Advertiser and Hebden Bridge Newsletter

Todmorden Advertiser and Hebden Bridge Newsletter Yorkshire, England

16 Feb 1917

THE LATE PRIVATE GEORGE HAMMOND. A► service iu memoriam of the lute Private George Hammond. 12, Der Street, Todmorden. ea-. conducted at Roomfield Baptist Church on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. A. Nightingale. There was a gord congregation, including

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

22 May 1915

Mr. Lloyd George’s Position Theje continues to be much speculation as to Mr. Lloyd George’s future. The work at the Exchequer for some time to come will be less exacting than during the past nine months, and it is considered likely that in view of the

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

2 May 1914

the land of Liberty and popcorn the autumn. PLAV BV LEEDS PROFESSOR. Prof. F. IV. Moorman, of the Leeds University, has written a three-act The May King (published by Constable and Co.), the scene of which is laid the Forest of Elmet, near Leeds, in the

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

12 Nov 1915

the Minister for Munitions (Mr. Lloyd George), the Colonial Secretary (Mr. Bonar Law), and the Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. McKenna). Whether a War Cabinet composed entirely of civilians will meet with universal acceptance may be doubted, even though

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

9 Feb 1916

>roper,y Repairers. Hf,po j Builder, etc., .. University, Sheffield. l s- ilDtljrrljam, Hatters«> Zephyr-Zephyr Hatter, Top High Street, llotherham. Nr\ GAS. -rs ELIE K S, PENDANTS. v's ,, ll Ti'tvV, * ° KING and HEATING STOVES, at rv description to be

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

9 Feb 1915

FINANCE AND THE WAR. -MAN MNAM MINISTER LONDON Itiiik. tin' Minister of Finance, Mr. Lloyd George in London yesterday, and afterwards had with the Bussian Amhassador. A lurflioon was given in his honour • y Lord C'uniiflo. Governor «*f the Bank In the

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

27 Apr 1917

CHAPLAIN, HEBDEN BRIDGE MINISTER WINS THE D.S.O. The Eev. George Herbert llarshall, chaplain to the f jrces, son of Mr. Richard Marshall, Ivy Bank Hebden Bridge, was on Wednesday summoned to the King’s presence at Buckingham Palace and invested a Companion

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

20 Mar 1915

I_)OKK BUTCHER, good, Wanted; must be good g.i smalls.—George Blythe, 6, West Gate, Mansfield. POT TREADER Wanted; regular job.—Write Z 27, Sheffield Telegraph. ROUND TANG (Oval) CUTLER, datal —UiVam Wild, Carver st. OAWYER Wanted for Portable Mill in

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

16 Feb 1917

The King Represented. Lord Sandhurst, the Lord Chamberlain, represented the King as chief mourner. The Earl of Arundel, now the young Duke, worshipped by the side of his uncle, Lord Edmund Talbot. Among the family mourners present were Lady Mary Howard

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

20 Sep 1915

but it may be worth our learning. LONDON LETTER. MR. LLOYD GEORGE AND COMPULSION. (By Special Wire From Our Own Correspondents.) 65, Fleet-street, Sunday Night The letter in which Mr. Lloyd George reviews the situation as it bears upon the question of compulsory

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South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times

South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times Yorkshire, England

2 Oct 1915

foross of Yorkshire. also fighting for King and country. The King has left pleased and gratified, and confirmed in ear first and ultimate determination to work and fight to the end. It is a little over three since the King was here before. Then, Ms, curiously

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

28 May 1917

‘CAMOENS” PROFESSORSHIP AT KING'S COLLEGE. On lines of the Cervantes Chair of Spanish, which was established last year, it now proposed to establish Chair of Portuguese Language and Literature in the University of London, King’s College, as a timely and

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

29 Sep 1915

THE KfcWS. Hi* Majesty King returned to Leeds yesterday Morning, and paid a visit to the East Leeds War llo.sjmaJ, where conversed with number wounded soldier*, and decorated one man with the Distinguished Conduct Medal. Tho King afterwards journeyed to

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Shipley Times and Express

Shipley Times and Express Yorkshire, England

25 May 1917

rendered. Mr. McKee is an Ulster man and was educated at Lurgan College. Queen's College (now Queen’s University). Belfast, ami at the Royal University of Ireland. His col. lege career was exceptionally brilliant. At his degree examination in the year 1890

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

8 Dec 1914

THE KING TO HIS ARMY. After luncheon with Field-Marshal Sir John French, the King took his departure from General Headquarters. Before leaving, His Majesty issued the following special Order of the Day to' the Army : special order of the day, BY HIS MAJESTY

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

12 Apr 1917

THE KING REPLY M. POINCARE. The following is the text of a message sent by President Poiucaru t-o King George:— I have much pleasure congratulating your Majesty the splendid MICCC-S achieved hv your bravo troop*. I have doubt that it is the prelude fresh

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

1 Jan 1916

Honoured the King. The list of men whom the King has delighted to honour this New’ War’s Day is one of exceptional interest. No one would pretend that it recognises only those who have served the nation best in the war. the foremost men of action, Admiral

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