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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

25 Aug 1915

Magistrate; That is your opinion You are not singular in your opinion. The defendant was fitted 10s. 6d. KING’S BUSY DAY. CABINET RECEIVED IN AUDIENCE The King motored to town from Windsor, yesterday, attended Captain Brian Godfrey FauSsettandSir E. W. AVallington

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

4 Sep 1915

Richard Thornton, of Sydenham Hill, and Cannon Park. Merton, Surrey, left bequests to servants King Edward’s Boys’ School, Witlcy, Surrey, and £260 to King Edward’s Girls’ School, Witley . . £99,969 Mr. Henry Kinneir aged 83, of Kodrillc. Swindon. Wilts

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Harrogate Herald

Harrogate Herald Yorkshire, England

6 Jan 1915

Gladys Daglish; “In kind remembrance,” Mrs. Frank Maw; “In affectionate remembmoce,” Mrs. T. R. King; Robbie and Dolly; With deepest sympathv,” Mrs. T. F. King; “In loving memoay,” Mr. ‘and Mrs. J. Hampshire and nieces, Lily, Etheil, and Mabel (The Gables

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

2 Dec 1915

K.N., Equerryia-Waiting to tbo King. Lady Mary Trefuaia has succeeded Lady Bertlu. Dawkins, Lady-in-Waiting to the Quocn. Marlborough House. Wodacsday. To-day iho anniversary of tho birthday of Queen Alexandra. Tbo King and Queen, with Franco Albert and

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Harrogate Herald

Harrogate Herald Yorkshire, England

3 Mar 1915

classes. The lot© Joseph Chamin the King’s Gcndt bcrloin his later life owed his success a-t on by th pahlic spt-aker his connection with Print. ng Ink , Ltd., against society in Birmingham. Kallx.r »nd Sons, Mai: Mr \V. Lupton a;d Mr. Mot re offered some ••

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

9 Nov 1915

Albert Green ; Durham, John George ; 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 Mavor, Lupton ; Lincoln, Mr Charles Thos

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

1 Oct 1915

copy of the act in the possession of Her Majesty, and set of three cream ware Leeds pottery vases and covers, the work of George and James Senior, whose father was one of the Inst surviving workers at the original Old Leeds Pottery. Mr. J. Steneon Webb

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

16 Aug 1915

MACHINISTS for Khaki and ordinary work. Also Feller Hands lor khaki tunica and Learnere.—Albion. Camp Road. W 0 L I SAL E L O T KING. WANTED, experienced STOCK C UTTER Sk TRIMMERS and FITTERS JOSEPH MAY AND SON'S. Spring well Street. Whitonall Road. Lee da

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Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough

Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough Yorkshire, England

13 Feb 1915

a course of training Hull. June. 26ldi his Majesty the _King, who wae accompanied Queen Mary, formally opened the Joint Dock at Hull, and graciously- assented to its being named the King George Dock. The oil jetty at Sait End. Hull, was also opened for

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

19 Nov 1915

FIRE. Today Leeds policeman V.C.. Sergt.-Major J. C. Ravi.es. the Royal Field Artillery, was received the Lord Mayor (Mr. C. Lupton) who, on the city congratulated him upon his achievement in «.:.n:ng the most coveted military honour. The little function

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

29 Nov 1915

Wat*oc, Hv. ran. Mr. h J. Kitacti, Mr. J. 11. McLarm, Ingham, Mr. J Arnold Major Seeker Walker. Mr. F. L. Mr. George Brown, Mi. Little, A. G Lupton, and_ Mr. T. Mvhhreevt. The Lord Nia>or outlined the step* that had already been taken toward* bringing the

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Harrogate Herald

Harrogate Herald Yorkshire, England

15 Dec 1915

been at the front about eight months. It is hoped his recovery be speedy and complete. Private Charks PaJphreyman, 11th Bait. King's Own Yorks. Light Infantry, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Palphreyman, 4, Albany Rood, Bilton, Harrogate, has been promoted to k

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

2 Dec 1915

Gallipoli November 11th. The dead soldier who was son of Mr. George Barter. Laundry. Green Road. Mcanwood. was 30 years of age, and was attached to the R.M.I. I. News lia« al*o been received that Pte George Shepherd, of the l-7th Weft Yorkshire Regiment waa reported

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Harrogate Herald

Harrogate Herald Yorkshire, England

1 Dec 1915

bo remembered by those who had the privilege of hearing him. Mr. George Harrison presided, Mr. Frank Weils was the soloist, -Mr. John Flinn with his band of nwridons, and Mr. Arthur Lupton the organ, and the hearty singing helped make an inspiring meeting

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

3 Dec 1915

Institute, 'Bradford, last night, to oppose-conscription ended in fiasco. The promoters were Mr. S. Mortimer Holden and Mr. Arnold Lupton, and the former, addressing the small crowd admitted to the hall, said that in view of the prospect of disturbance the proprietors

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

1 Jan 1915

accident to Mrs H. Shortland (S3), of 25, Albion-street. 23.—Suicide J. Mitchell (73), fish mc-rchant. 27.—Sudden death Sir George Doughtv, M.P. (61). MAY. 6.—Fatal accident to Wm. Taylor (25), labourer, on Wilson liner Kolpino. 12.-—Grimshy by-election:

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Harrogate Herald

Harrogate Herald Yorkshire, England

6 Jan 1915

srs. Samuel Hare and Thomas Edgar Thompson Assistant Overseer—Mr. F. King Overseer, of the Poor, Starbeck—Messrs. Sidney Crowther and Henry Vincent Assistant Overseer —Mr. F. George . Overseen of the Poor, Pannal—Meesn. William Wilkinson and Henry Watmough

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Harrogate Herald

Harrogate Herald Yorkshire, England

27 Jan 1915

Oakham eon. .. 27 ’Wilkie, Lieut Rfticbardt. Mrs, Miii, •Wood*. Cap; Graham and Master ! Rev and Mrs 57 j tuUing S? ; GEORGE Scott. Mr* and M:m. ■ Manager: Cbas. West •Atkma.n, ilr. Mrs. Turk Spencer, on«l Mr», ?q ■B.-lf ilr A. L 'r:jr,r 3-, lA*i-V

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

20 Feb 1915

serve. Mr. George Hardcastle (Carlton) expressed the opinion that in the past the men had been attracted to the towns higher wages, and the only way to keep them on the land was for the farmers to ,offer more money. On the motion of Mr. T. Lupton, seconded

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

12 Jun 1915

TRONG LAD wanted.—Wild~blood and Ward. Printer*, Cook; ridge Street. 4 WANTED, strong LAD, accustomed horse*.—Apply Great George Street. SM BOY wanted. for warehouse: aged 13-14; food *U* —Apply 24. Butts Court. Albion 6trcet. BOY wanted, lor errands

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