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

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

27 May 1916

mathematics. | Entering at Sheffield University on the engineering oourae, he was awarded the first place in first-class honours for the B. Krig., and finishing his course had secured the M»ppio medal, two University prizes tor hydraulics and for theory

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Sheffield Evening Telegraph

Sheffield Evening Telegraph Yorkshire, England

3 Jul 1914

who was a political colleague of Mr. Chamberlain, thank Mr. Lloyd George for the way which he had referred to him. One of Mr. Chamberlain’s roost brilliant opponents. Mr. Lloyd George, had thus taken the first opportunity he could to pay a tribute to

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

8 Dec 1914

the King took his departure that could drawn from as- from General Headquarters at 2 p.ui. certained facts were explained. Before leaving his Majesty issued the order of the day to 'the Army, will be found Page 1. The visit bis Majesty King George cannot

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

29 Sep 1915

(Vice-Chancellor^ THE KING LEAVING THE APPLIED SCIENCE DEPARTMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY. The King spent a busy afternoon in Shciheld yesterday. Among other visits His Majesty made was one to the Applied Science Department of the University. [Block; Leng, Ltd

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

23 Sep 1916

himself raised Yorkshire last year, and v. li.tli formed part, the King's Royal IBfl' s. Alain other Yorkshire officers were serving under him ; his second command was the Hon. George (son of Bord Liverpool). At the outbreak the war. Karl Feversh--.ni—then

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Huddersfield Daily Examiner

Huddersfield Daily Examiner Yorkshire, England

11 Mar 1914

legacy left him King Edward. Altogether the Prince of Wales will hove a sura of money that cannot fall short of a round million when he reaches the age of legal manhood, and bis full ineome will run well over per annum. The late King as Prince of Wales

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

24 Feb 1917

Certietery. to-day (Saturday). “At rest.” REVILL.—On the 20tb iust., at the University College Hospital, London, Eileen Maisic, aged years, the tlearly-beloved daughter of George and Mary M. Revill. of 12, Joshua Road. Nether Edge. Interment, 2.45 p.m.

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

20 Dec 1916

almost anything that. Lloyd George propose, and it is rather surprising that not gone farther than has. if. ai says, the mobilisation of our reserves is no; question of years, but ques'iou months, and perhaps week-- Lloyd George described the situation in

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

25 Aug 1916

RUMANIA. KING GEORGE SENDS BIRTHDAY GREETINGS. By command of the King, the Hon. Sir Arthur Walsh, Master of the Ceremonies, visited the Rumanian Legation in Cromwell Place, London, yesterday on the occasion of the anniversary of the birthday of the King of

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

12 May 1917

regret state that news has been received that Company Sergeant - Major Lawrence L. King wag killed in action on April 9t'h. Deceased was the eldest son of Mr L. B. King, 21, May-street, Hull, and has been continuous active service since September, 1914

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

6 Nov 1916

Hall Caine.) UNIVERSITY 'EDUCATION IN WALES. The Commission on University Education Wales held further sittings for the hearintr of evidence on November 2nd and 3rd at the offices the Board Education. The evidence taken related to the University College of

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

21 Oct 1916

inform , tion with respect io the supply and condition , certain war material of His Majesty the King 1 a letter dated 22nd August, addressed to George Raffalovich, New York, contrary to tn Defence of the Realm Act. The second summons charged the dcfcndaC

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

2 Jun 1917

Engineers' Department. Alfred-street; N E R. Employees, Nos. 1, 2, and 3. Pumping Station Mechanical Engineers' Department, King George Dock; manage , a d marine superintendent an d tfaff . engineers and staff, outside staff stewards staff departments of the

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

31 Oct 1916

Infantry: Killed, 31; wounded and missing. 3'.*3. King's Liverpool: Killed, wounded and missing. Grenadier Killed, 29. wounded and missing, 329. Northumberland Fusiliers: Killed, f»9; wounded and -sing. 233. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry; Killed, 9*2;

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

13 Feb 1915

the balance of will be carried to reserve fund. LEEDS UNIVERSITY OA RING The annual conversazione of the Leeds University Union, which is always a popular event, drew a large assembly to the University last night. The many gurs s were received by the president

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

15 Mar 1917

in which this provision made. Mr. Lloyd George advocated acquiescence tho new Indian duty on imported cotton goods—a duty 7* per cent, instead of 3A per cent.—on the ground that it corresponds with a universal demand in India, and that merely a matter

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

22 Nov 1915

effects of the war upon the work of Shef. j. University are strikingly shown in the Ports to bo presented at annual meeting of j Court of Governors on Monday next, ' University’s existence, the number . I taking day

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

27 Sep 1917

was accompanied his pilot and mechanic, Michael Angelo Tonzo. Both had been, received the King little earlier. There was a burst sunshine at 11.10 when the King emerged from the north wing of the Palace. The Royal salute and the National Anthem followed

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

26 Sep 1916

mind^tl^ktog off iny eve 3?”° - sty the King, during his visit to Aldershot, inspected number of tro ps. In the picture a fine body of troops is seen riding past the saluting base. King draw (train Her rat George is the left. Sir Archibald Hunter being

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

7 Jun 1916

General Sir 'William Robertson, Chief of the Imperial General Staff, was received in audience by the King. Sir Geo, Arthur also was received by the King, who asked him to convey the members Lord Kitchener's family the deep sympathy of the Queen and himself

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