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  • For Years: 1914 - 1917
  • Type: Illustrated

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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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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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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

16 Feb 1917

Cross St. George. 3rd Class: j 9384 Pte G. W. Chafer, V.C., East Yorks. Cross of St. George. 4th Claes Sergl A. (Holding, K.0.Y.L.1.; 1310 J 1 Scboles, Y. and L. Medals of 84. George. 2nd rgt. E. E. Crrnnmock, Y. and J^. Mietlal George, sr View article

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

2 Sep 1916

MEDICAL SCHOOL. (University London.) The WINTER SESSION. 1916-1 WILL COMMENCE MONDAY. OCTOBER 2nd. The MOST CENTRAL olail COLLEGES the- UNIVERSITY. • PRELIMINARY 6CIENTIFIO EDUCATION UNDER FULL PROFESSORIAL BTAFF AT THE UNIVERSITY OF LONDON KINGS COLLEGE (tour

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

10 Oct 1916

f party of journalists, representing various technical, scientific, and trade journals, visited the Leeds University yesterday afterwards tonring a number of important works in the city. Our picture shows (left to right)i—Mr. A. J. Mundella; Dr. L. Gaster

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

3 Jun 1915

THE KING'S BIRTHDAY. NATIONAL CONGRATULATIONS. Honour 1 King George is receiving to-day heartfelt congratulations from all quarters attaining his Fiftieth Birthday. There will, course, festive celebrations the event. His Majesty was born 1865, and ascended

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Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough

Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough Yorkshire, England

17 Jan 1914

Market-place. Aocorddng to the piate which now is the possession of Mx George Dov.-son, of Brooke House, Thirsk. the old structure rectangular form was built John Wallace for George Dowson, a draper of in 1777. Mr has also silver tankard ;■* ttiiu iilii

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

24 Sep 1915

ago, during has Continental tour, tb© Prince of Wales spent part of the time with the King of Wurtemberg. His Royal Highness made himself extremely popular, and the King’s farewell at the railway station was one of extreme cordiality. The visit was described

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

5 Aug 1916

Huddersfield; Johnson (1341) S.. Wakefield; Jones (VOa, D.. Donosstot; Kale (18984) W„ la;eds; Kent 22215) F., Doncaster; King (20891) J. \V.. Cler’kheaton: Kftchin (21297) L.-Cpl. \V., Knaresborough; Knowles (4017) W., Roysfou; Lang (1528) , Dewsbury;

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

15 Jul 1916

Private J. M. Dowson, son of Mr. of Chevet Grange, near Wakefield; Private George Roberts, of Grange Moor; Corporal Albert Williams, of Newmillerrlam; Private Tom. Laister; ate George Jackson; and Private Walter Shaw, all of Newmillerdam. No part of Yorkshire

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

28 Sep 1916

was the staff at the Leeds General Infirmary when the war broke out. He was educated at the Leeds Grammar School, Leeds University, and the Leeds Medical School. He was mentioned in Lord French's last despatch, and afterwards received the Military Cross

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

10 Nov 1916

things of the war was the co-operation existing between tho two services. Mr. Edmund George Arnold was elected Lord Mayor of Leeds in succession to Mr. Charles Lupton, and, although new to public life, he cook charge of the subsequent Council meeting with

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

10 Nov 1916

Y, i<>, LEEDS LORD MAYOR ‘GETS BUSY’ BKISK HANDLING OB’ HIS B’IKST MEETING. Mr. Edmund George Arnold was elected Lord Mayor Leeds in succession Mr. Charles Lupton, and, although new public life, he took charge of the subsequent Council meeting with confidence

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

1 Nov 1916

had not been inthem in batches and sometimes singly. 11 formed of hour the departure ol >lr. Lupton's Belief. KX(A\V the steamer, and of the character Mr. Lupton said thought the pam- KMJW HIS tea she was carrying. • phlet would help the people of this

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

25 Nov 1916

months’ imprisonment in the Second Division. “JOHN BULL” AND AN EX-M.P. AN OPEN LETTER TO MR. ARNOLD LUPTON. An ex parte application was made yesterday to King’s Bench Divisional Court for a rule nisi calling on the editor, printers,'and publishers of “John

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

14 Mar 1914

orer and SUbi*. and bain* Nos. 81. 83. B9 Great George Stfeet.and NoalS and 20, Ladgbtoo fetraet. in the ol M«*r* Aliaa-n. Humphrey. Darias. Field. _ * RENTAL £l|7 k>U aatooairs frontogw to Great George •3 lrorch - *® laArmary. Fire Button, Town Hall

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

29 May 1916

bituminous was counted worthy of the name of the Barnsley bed. Mr. Chetwjnd Ellison presided, and Mr. B. Lupton and Professor Kendall (Leeds University) took part in the discussion. BOYS’ BRIGADE. SHEFFIELD BATTALION INSPECTED PARK, Tke Sheffield Battalion

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

8 Dec 1915

guineas; Mrs. Elizabeth (Norwich). XV); and Mr. M. Myers, five guineas. In. letter to us, the Lord Mayor Leeds (Mr. Charles Lupton.) writes; ” May I behalf the Hospital Committee express deep appreciation of the generous and response appeal behalf this

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

16 Jun 1914

FIRST CARGO TO PASS THROUGH THE PANAMA CANAL. LEF.DS INFIRMARY EXTENSIONS. £30.000 REQUIRED TO COMPLETE SCHEME. KING EDWARD FUND. The tie King Edwiard Memocrial Fund, w-hici is being raised for the extension, the Leeds Infirmary, was described ait meeting

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

25 Oct 1917

charities was unchecked. Reference was made by the Provincial Grand Master the illness of Bro. \V. 0. Lupton. and was decided to send message sympathy Mrs. Lupton. Bro. Wilson also mentioned next day was the birthday the Deputy Provincial Grand Master (Bro.

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