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Sheffield Evening Telegraph

Sheffield Evening Telegraph Yorkshire, England

20 Dec 1916

MR. M. A. L. FISHER. Resigns His Position at Sheffield University. In the of Commons this afternoon Mr. King asked the Prime Minister whether the appointment of the President of the Hoard of Education had been made subject to Mr. H. \. 1.. Fisher becoming

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

1 Apr 1916

very truly. FABER A BLANK MONDAY. HORBURY FURNACUMEN'S ABSENCE THROWS WORKS IDLE. At Wakefield yesterday, George A.rmitage, Francis Garvey, and Georg© Garvey, furnacemen at the Horbury Junction Ironworks. were summoned for absenting Ihemselvee from work

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

17 Nov 1916

Sin JOHX MAXWELL SEES THE KING. Genera] Sir John Maxwell called Buckingham Palace, to-day, and was received audience by the King, on the relinquishment his Irish Command, take tip the duties of the Northern Command. His Majesty invested John with the

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Sheffield Evening Telegraph

Sheffield Evening Telegraph Yorkshire, England

24 Jun 1916

SHEFFIELD UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS. Sheffield University announce the award of the following scholarships: Town Trustees’ Scholarships (subject to approval Town Trustees)': Carl Myers (King Edward VII. School); Gladys Rodgers (Central Secondary School);

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

11 Oct 1916

RECITAL AT LEEDS UNIVERSITY. Whether it was by accident or by derigu. there was obvious appropriateness in associating in the programme yesterday's mid-day recital at the Leeds University sonatas for violin and pianoforte Bach and Brahms. Brahms has been

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

24 Jun 1916

UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS. In connection with the University Sheffield the following awards scholarships have been made : Town Trustees’ Scholarships (subject* to approval of Town Trustees).—Carl My era* King VII. School; Gladys Central Secondary School;

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

10 Aug 1916

congrat u latk )N s. THE KING’S MESSAGE TO OUR EGYPTIAN FIGHTERS. Ills Majesty the King has sent the following telegram to General Sir A. J. Murray, K.C.8., Commander-in-Chief Egypt Please convey to all ranks engaged in Ahe battle of Romani appreciation

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

10 Aug 1916

Ronald D. S., King Edward VII. School, Sheffield; Headman, Dorothy W., Sheffield Central Secondary Girls’ School; Smeeton, Sidney E., King Edward VII. School, Sheffield; Spencer, Eric D., Chesterfield Grammar School;/ Strawson George E., Sheffield Central

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

16 Mar 1916

UNIVERSITY RESEARCH WORK meeting Silt Association Great Britain and Ireland was hold yesterday in the business proceedings being preceded a luncheon over which Mr. I 1. Warner, tho President the Association, presided. Among the company wore Sir George

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

13 Jan 1916

reference to the honour conferred upon Sir George Franklin, an honour which was well deserved, and he expressed the hope that Sir George and Ladv Franklin would long live to enjoy this honour bestow-ed by the King, The housing proposals—for building 261

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

10 Nov 1916

UNIVERSITY GOVERNORS. The annual meeting of the Court Governors of Sheffield University will be held on Tuesday, the 28th inst., when the business will include the election of two Pro-Chancellors, Treasurer, aSd five members of the Council to fill the

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

14 Nov 1916

TELEGRAPH, TUESDAY, FOR THE HOSPITALS. PROHIBITION DEMANDED. University Supply Depot’s Splendid Record. Sheffield Speakers Condemn the Government. At the general meeting of Sheffield University Hospital Supply Depot, held yesterday, under the presidency

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

6 Oct 1916

PROFESSIONAL. (Continued.) LWHITELEY, M.A., and STAFF. Tutors and • University and Professional Examinations. Modern Languages. English, Classics, and Mathematics. —37, Surrey st. Students may commence any date. WHITELEY’S COLLEGE and SCHOOL OF COMMERCE

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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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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

12 Dec 1916

Dr. Fisher's severing with the Sheffield University, which has been Vice-Chancellor since 1912, keen satisfaction is felt in Sheffield at the distinction hich ha;: been conferred upon the city and the University the honour paid to Dr. Fisher. THE ROUMANIAN

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

8 May 1916

(Through Reuter’s Agency.) Rome, Saturday. The Prince Wales is staying, as the guest of the King of Italy, in the Italian war zone, and has accompanied ' King Emanuel visits of inspection to several parts of the front. FIGHTING THE WAY TO BAGDAD. ON THE

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

28 Mar 1916

per year for four years King's (Mirlin formerly attended Pomona Street of Town Trust Scholarship of £5O per i\e( tenable Oxford or Cambridge (Merton y. (Morton formerly attended Heeley Bank iin/ Scholarships at the University of Scholarship, JMS, £5O

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

22 Sep 1916

Many King Edward VII. School students will learn with sincere regret of the death Second- Lieutenant E. M. Adlington, of the West Yorkshire Regiment. Son of Mr. Adlington, of The Woodlands. Wincobank. Lieutenant Adhngton -was educated at King Tdward

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Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough

Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough Yorkshire, England

22 Apr 1916

KING'S WEEK-END AT WINDSOR. Tlie King, accompanied Prince Albert, Prince Henry. Prince George and Princeee Mary, went for a ride in Windsor Great Park this morning. His Majesty was looking well. WAR ITEMS. T to obscure window lights, 7.49. Wm. Dixon,

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