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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

9 Oct 1915

KING AND UNIVERSITIES The Vice-Chancellor of Leeds University has permission to publish the following message from the King with reference to the work of the Universities in connection with the war: His Majesty feels that the assistance of the Universities

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

5 Jun 1915

KING GEORGE AND f RANGE. (Riuisa’i Teleciau ) Pari*., Friday. President Poincare cent the following telegram to tho King the occasion of llis Majesty’s birthday:— It is with ffrea* that I take the opportunitr, the occasion of Your Maj«*J»ty’s birthday

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

29 Oct 1915

RIDING ACCIDENT TO KING GEORGE. THE BULGARIANS PUSH TOWARDS NISH. HIS MAJESTY'S HORSE HEARS AND FALLS. ACCIDENT AT AN INSPECTION. THE KING SEVERELY BRUISED BUT CONDITION SATISFACTORY. Tbo Press Bureau this afternoon issued tho following:— Oct. 28th. While

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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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Type: Illustrated
Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

28 Sep 1915

AT THE UNIVERSITY. The Royal party had lunch at one of the engineering works, after which they proceeded to the University, where His Majesty was. received by the Pro-Chancellor (Mr. A. G. Lupton), Treasurer (Lord Allerton), the Vice-Chancellor (Mr. M

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

28 Sep 1915

AT THE UNIVERSITY. , HIS MAJESTY'S INTEREST IN INSTITUTION'S WAR WORK. After lunch the Royal party drove to th« University, via the Town Hall and the Infirmary, a route which gave the King an opportunity of seeing the slum-clearance for the Infirmary

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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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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

16 Dec 1915

Leeds a meeting yesterday, under the ship of the Pro-Chancellor (Mr- Arf . Lupton), received with deep regret B® AiJ* the death in action of the .j Ji' members of the University :^-Corp ol tf, Ackroyd. Lieut. A. E. Forsell, Lieut- Gibson. Lieut. C. R.

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

12 Aug 1915

Cottingham, Alec (King Edward VL's School, Retford); Edmondson. William (Derby School of Commerce); Gosling, Archibald Rupert (University College, Nottingham); Iladall. Raymond (St. John’s College, York): King. Hubert Raymond, (King Edward Vl.’s School

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

15 Jul 1915

THE UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS. A RUMOUR WITHOUT FOUNDATION We are asked the Vice-Chancellor the University of Leeds (Mr. M. E. Sadler) to publish the following statement: All tho departments the University of Leeds will be open as usual to men and women students

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Sheffield Evening Telegraph

Sheffield Evening Telegraph Yorkshire, England

28 Sep 1915

THE KING. His Majesty’s Visit to Sheffield. NO FORMALITY. Cit> Seen in Work-a-dav Aspect. SCENES AND INCIDENTS. i King armed Sheffield at noon perhaps fining that King George first visit to Sheffield since i >n time when the city is it> utmost, and mav

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

29 Sep 1915

AT THE UNIVERSITY. THE KING ON THE YAEUE OF APPLIED SCIENCE. His Majesty’s visit to the Applied Science Department of the University, in St. George’s Square, was full of interest, both inside the institution and outside. Within the walla, he witnessed

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

1 Apr 1915

THE DRIN] KING’S EX ROYAL LE THE NA TO ENSURE M If it be deemed a King will be prepare< example by giving up liquor himself, and is against its consumption Household, and so that shall be made, so far ai is concerned, between of rich and poor in this

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

17 Sep 1915

UNIVERSITY WAR LECTURES COMMITTEE. The University, Sheffield, September 15, 1915. Sir, —May we be allowed to draw the attention of vour readers to the work the University of Sheffield War Committee? This Committee organised last session about 260 lectures

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

16 Jul 1915

UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD O.T.C. Contingent Orders for Week Ending July 24. 1915. Physical drill, Monday 9.30, Tuesday 9 30, Wednesday 9.30, Friday 9.50, and Saturday 9.50. Squad drill. Monday 10.15, Friday 10.15. Company drill, Monday i 0.15, Wednesday

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

17 Feb 1915

Oxidising, and Repairs GEORGE STREET, HULL Corp Tel. rnHE LAMrWORKsT MaiuT JL the request of numerous patrols, have now opened Offices at 10 nnd 11, Royal Chambers Midland-st. All inquiries invited. BENNETT, Tailor, 36, George-st. (ground floor), makes

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Type: Advertisement
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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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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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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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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