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  • For Years: 1914 - 1917
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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

25 Apr 1914

Night. King is still emphatic in favour of early hours, and has made it clear that when the Queen and he are present, dancing at a ball must commence by 10 o’clock, as he wishes to be back at Buckingham Palace by midnight. This spring the King and Queen

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

9 Apr 1917

KING’S MESSAGE TO MR. WILSON. WAR FOR REAT I DEALS NOBLY SET FORTH. (From the War Press Bureau.) London, Saturday. The following telegram has been sent the King to the President of the United States I desire, behalf of the Empire, to offer my heartfelt

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

22 May 1916

3 MERCURY. MONDAY. MAY 22, Hi. KING HONOURS army op the people a linthwaite lad. night work for pawnbrokers slack. WAR HEROES. FOR THE PEOPLE. WOMEN WOOIX'OMBEKS , ♦ IMPRESSIVE MILITARY FUNERAL PLEDGE TRADE SAID TO BE MILITARY CROSS FOR Af^ H v, I R p»

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Sheffield Evening Telegraph

Sheffield Evening Telegraph Yorkshire, England

27 Sep 1915

THE KING AT LEEDS. His Majesty Cheered in Gaily Decorated Streets. King George visited Leeds to-day on his tour of inspection. He arrived at Wellington station by the Midland railway at 9.45, and was met by the Lord Mayor. Mr. James Bedford. His Majesty

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Beverley and East Riding Recorder

Beverley and East Riding Recorder Yorkshire, England

19 Jun 1915

THE KING’S BUSINESS The true function of king in a oenstrtutional and democratic country i« neither political nor administrative; is pre-eminently social. What has do (say* Mr A C. Benson. C.V.0.. in the “Quiver”) is to share and interpret the aims and

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

1 Jul 1915

THE KING'S INVESTITURE. due the King's investiture, which many of the recipient* of Birthday Huoourv will receive the insignia their respective honour*, baa not yet been fired, the ceremony may not take place for couple week* or mom MeehwhtJe Hia Majesty

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

18 Jun 1917

KING CONSTANT!NE'S DEPARTURE. (From Mr. C. King did not take place arranged, for

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Shipley Times and Express

Shipley Times and Express Yorkshire, England

6 Mar 1914

King and Queen at a Hospital. A surprise visit to St. Thomas’s Hospital was Monday by King George and Queen Mary- Dressed in velvet costumo her favourite mauve colour, with black hat and mauve feather, Queen made the patients successive wards feel quite

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

7 Jun 1916

Uncrowned King of Men. The Kev. F. B. Meyer says: —Four days ago Lord Kitchener was good enough give prolonged interview T>r. Clifford,' Rev. J. H. Shakespeare, Dr. Garvie, and myself the subject of the conscientious objectors, and the memory of that

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

3 Sep 1917

CHINA'S MESSAGE KING cfEORGE. Tito following telegram has-been sent the President the Chinero Republic King George: Please my. sincere thanks for your -telegram congratulation entry into the war against common enemy the China, ha. been universally acknowledged

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

21 May 1917

CONGRATULATIONS FROM THE KING. The follow ing telegram has been sent His Majesty to the King Italy wish aseure you with what satisfaction the news of the latest successes of your troops has been received and I proud think that some of my soldiers are

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Shipley Times and Express

Shipley Times and Express Yorkshire, England

13 Mar 1914

King end the Blind. lie KiliK and Queen' ha™ graeioualy announced their intention of opening *0 new premises of the Notional Institute for the Blind (formerly the British and Foreign Blind Association) in Groat Portland Street, London, Thursday, March

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

24 Jul 1914

RECORDS AT BRADFORD. CROWD DESPITE fi WEATHER, KING’S HORSES. attendance record was establislied i ‘kshire Show at Bradford yester- him stiles had closed, at seven jj* W night, it was found that 49,487 a d passed through them, as com Ad-day recoi-d of

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

11 Sep 1916

Y T A KING Beecham’s Pills you will much to keep yourself in good health and spirits. little suitable tonicaperient medicine is very desirable if you would avoid run-down feelings, lassitude and ailments arising from want of tone of the digestive system

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Sheffield Evening Telegraph

Sheffield Evening Telegraph Yorkshire, England

27 Oct 1916

NEW Y.C.’S. Double Distinction for Sheffield Doctor. PRIVATE’S CAPTURE 102 of the Enemy Taken Single handed. His Majesty the King has been graciously pleased to award the Victoria.Cross to the under-mentioned officers, non-commissioned officers, and men

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

16 Aug 1916

OTHERWISE. Large Small Amounts, EASY TERMS AND PAYMENTS. Distance object. HASTEN, ISA, KING-STREET. Established 1870. Money lent privately. Apply personally by letter GEORGE PAYNE act SONS. 20. KENNEDY-STREET. MANCHESTER. EDUCATION. H HOUSE. HAMSGATE, SCHOOL

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Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough

Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough Yorkshire, England

28 Jan 1914

TIRE ASSOCIATED BOARD, R.A.M. and R.C.M. for Jjocal Examinations in Music. MAJESTY THE KING. Honorary Deal Representative tor Middlesbrough : Sir Hugrh Bel. Bari., Zet!and-road. CENTRE EXAMINATIONS.—SyIIabus A. TTsearr—March and November. Ihactica!—ilarch-

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

12 Oct 1915

the University, Alderman I rancis AI. Lupton has performed great deal of useful work as chairman the Leeds Corporation Improvements Committee, and Air. Hug'll Lupton was only recently chairman of the Leeds Board of Guardians. Air. Arnold Lupton, the

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

22 Nov 1917

give monopoly of representation over large areas to one class. UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE. LEEDS—Wed A meeting Council the University was held to-day, the Pro-Chancellor (Mr. A. G. Lupton) in the chair. The Council received with deep regret the announcement

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

16 Mar 1916

presided over the meeting, which was held in his Rooms the Town Hall, and among those present Mr. A. G. Lupton (Pro-Chancellor of Leeds University), Mr. Geoffrey Ellis (chairman of tno Leeds Munitions Tribunal), Mr. K- Lah'ort (teerotary or the Leeds

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