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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

10 Nov 1915

Mayoress Leeds (Mis. Charles Lupton) will be ’* At Home at the Town Hall, Leeds, on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 23rd and 24th iast., from three to five in the afternoon of each day. The Lord Mayor of Leeds (Mr. Charles Lupton; has appointed Alderman C. F

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

9 Jun 1915

Ripper. Applied Science Department. St. George’s Square. Sheffield. There will be a fee 2>. «d. for registration.—Yours, etc., 11. A. L. FISHER. Vice-Chancellor; W. RIPPER. Dean tho Faculty Applied Science. The University. Sheffield, June 8. 1915. HIE BISHOP

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Harrogate Herald

Harrogate Herald Yorkshire, England

10 Mar 1915

absolutely pledged The, Colkoum.” They could, they chose, U> tho top and give it tho name the King’s Hal!. The foundation stone was laid the, e.' to the throne of King Edward. Th?°e were his two poems; one patriotism, and the other to prevent if possible anything

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

18 Mar 1915

Thomas P. David A. Powys, Hugh R. Lupton, John Samuel Whitham, George O. Kinder, John Alexander Watson. George Roth well Neyitt, Claude Cyril Chandler, George Herbert Hammond. sth Battalion Yorkshire Regiment,—Private George Reid Whiting, from the Bast Riding

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

5 Jun 1915

rave, Mr, W. il. Lee Hardwick, Mr. George Brown. Alderman K. Picker-gill. Mr. Walter Foster. Mr. J. G. Chadwick. Sir. Joseph Henry, Dr. H. Hawkyard, Mr. H. I. Bowring, Mr. J. Hartley Withstood. Alderman F. M. Lupton. Mr. O. Swithenbank. and Sir O. Conneilau

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

12 Oct 1915

and they Jead U6 the very spot. Mr Charles Lupton, solicitor, of Leeds, and for many years chairman of the General Infirmary, will accept the office of Lord Mayor of Leeds for the coming year. Mrs Lupton is daughter of the late Mr Thomas Ashton, M.P

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

17 May 1915

to tte sound work which he is doing. turn tioned that the stalely had offered founds scholarship for research woik Leeds University, but their efforts were not successtul. although the money would have lawn forthcoming, and the authorities worn fullv

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

27 Feb 1915

Robert Fox). Mr. Reginald tho Vicar of Leeds (Dr. Mr. Horace Marshall (Stipendiary Magistrate), Mr. A. G. Lupton (Pro- Chancellor of Leeds University). Mr. John Gordon. Mr. A. E. Butler, and Mr. J. (representing the Cit.v of Conservative Association), Mr

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

17 Nov 1915

iani. Bber«(«d FortOsrs.—Gsdct J. E. narUhorn, I rom lbs NoUs University Ousticjeot, Senior Division, 0.T.C., bo secondlieutenant. i>eo tenant. Yorkshire —To escoad-licuWaantw-A. W. Lupton, F. C. Fehr. J. W. Huntington. M-ncociier R«t.—J. 6. fitiebfl

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

13 May 1915

ruptured bloodvessel the head. passed away early yesterday momting. Mr, Baker was born i/n 1856, and was educated the Durham University. entered the ministry at the early age nineteen, and came Leeds two yeans ago from Harrogate, where had worked for the previous

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

14 Jan 1915

Some interesting music of a novel type was presented before a large audience at a concert given by Mr. Edward Elliott and Mr. Lupton Whitelock in the Leeds Church Institute last evening. There were two concerted chamber works by French composers, in which

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Harrogate Herald

Harrogate Herald Yorkshire, England

13 Jan 1915

Committfe. •ceinber. 1914.—1—Housing and Town rkamuag. George Jackson, the own.ti» No*. 2 and 4. Thompson’* Yard, appeared the oomm.ttee oa the question the demoUtioii otherwise the bore

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Harrogate Herald

Harrogate Herald Yorkshire, England

14 Apr 1915

Purchas:—Miss Addyman, Misses Bailcs. Airs. Brown. Mrs. Buckbury, Mrs. Fawcett, Airs. Howgate, Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Lupton, Aliss Lupton. Airs. Alann, Airs. Ryder, Mrs. Silversides, Miss Tindale, Mis* Tomlinson, Mrs. Varley, Airs. Wilkinson. Per Mrs. Johns

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

18 Nov 1915

diistiimct.iom, rode the outsider, Ckwimore 11., victory at The Ourragh yesterday. It is stated that over 11,000 Cambridge University men are fighting with the Colours. The killed number 614, and nearly 900 h ve been wounded. Honours awarded for distinguished

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

17 Feb 1915

•'plioual cncunistanees, the revenue €36,000 less than 19i3. A third ctmunaMnce. which had catiMxl King George Duck. Tho d\m U op« netl for traffic August 1 last, before which tun* they were paying interest ou their share in* co.-t

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

23 Nov 1915

suppression the liberties of the working classes and total prohibition, and aro unjust, vicious, and thoroughly unpatliotic. George Wood (Leeds), wiiot-ocondod the rcsolu- Uou, cviticiscsl the «ompositkm the Control Board, ami urged that the attention Parliament

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

5 Aug 1915

line, the Union Jack was run up. Brigadier-General Sir Erie called for »bocr* for the King, which were heartily given. In adJinv:. to Colonel Hobson, Colonel Sir George Hay wa.- a?.-;;' in tho arrangements, together with members the Staff of the Inspector

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

10 Nov 1915

Durham —Mr. John George Gradon. Exeter—Mr. J. G. Owen. Halifax—Alderman Richard Hodgson. Huddersfield —Alderman Joseph Blamires. Hull (Lord Mayor)—Mr. J. H. Hargreaves. Ipswich—Mr. Sydney Brand. Leeds (Lord Mayor)—Mr. Charles Lupton. Lincoln—Mr. Charles

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

30 Nov 1915

nephew Sir Pigott, was called the Bar at toe 1866. From 1880 1909 was Chief Cotm.K Norfolk, and ho was knighted 1902 for to the King Sandringham. Sir married in 1888 Eleanor, daughter of lato Mr Hartley, of The Oak#, Staffs, and Tong Ca-:Ic. Lord Massy died

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

13 Mar 1915

called at Mr. Shaw's house whirl’ teas subsequently called King George** Cottage, Mr. has now received the following actnowicdgmcnt his letter;— nr..*. , . R Pala.x'. bir *—Jsi'i vonmiand.Hi by tho King to thank >ou for your letter of the imt., and to say

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