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  • For: 1916 only
  • Type: Illustrated

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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

5 Aug 1916

Huddersfield; Johnson (1341) S.. Wakefield; Jones (VOa, D.. Donosstot; Kale (18984) W„ la;eds; Kent 22215) F., Doncaster; King (20891) J. \V.. Cler’kheaton: Kftchin (21297) L.-Cpl. \V., Knaresborough; Knowles (4017) W., Roysfou; Lang (1528) , Dewsbury;

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

15 Jul 1916

Private J. M. Dowson, son of Mr. of Chevet Grange, near Wakefield; Private George Roberts, of Grange Moor; Corporal Albert Williams, of Newmillerrlam; Private Tom. Laister; ate George Jackson; and Private Walter Shaw, all of Newmillerdam. No part of Yorkshire

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

28 Sep 1916

was the staff at the Leeds General Infirmary when the war broke out. He was educated at the Leeds Grammar School, Leeds University, and the Leeds Medical School. He was mentioned in Lord French's last despatch, and afterwards received the Military Cross

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

10 Nov 1916

things of the war was the co-operation existing between tho two services. Mr. Edmund George Arnold was elected Lord Mayor of Leeds in succession to Mr. Charles Lupton, and, although new to public life, he cook charge of the subsequent Council meeting with

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

10 Nov 1916

Y, i<>, LEEDS LORD MAYOR ‘GETS BUSY’ BKISK HANDLING OB’ HIS B’IKST MEETING. Mr. Edmund George Arnold was elected Lord Mayor Leeds in succession Mr. Charles Lupton, and, although new public life, he took charge of the subsequent Council meeting with confidence

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

1 Nov 1916

had not been inthem in batches and sometimes singly. 11 formed of hour the departure ol >lr. Lupton's Belief. KX(A\V the steamer, and of the character Mr. Lupton said thought the pam- KMJW HIS tea she was carrying. • phlet would help the people of this

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

25 Nov 1916

months’ imprisonment in the Second Division. “JOHN BULL” AND AN EX-M.P. AN OPEN LETTER TO MR. ARNOLD LUPTON. An ex parte application was made yesterday to King’s Bench Divisional Court for a rule nisi calling on the editor, printers,'and publishers of “John

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

29 May 1916

bituminous was counted worthy of the name of the Barnsley bed. Mr. Chetwjnd Ellison presided, and Mr. B. Lupton and Professor Kendall (Leeds University) took part in the discussion. BOYS’ BRIGADE. SHEFFIELD BATTALION INSPECTED PARK, Tke Sheffield Battalion

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

22 Sep 1916

p of Prince George, addresses a proclamation to hie compatriots in Elirns in which accuses the former General Staff and King Constantine’s present Court Camarilla having deliberately sold the country to Berlin. even uses terms about King Constantine himself

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

27 Oct 1916

Hail for General Infirmary, via Calverley-street, Great George-street, the front of the Infirmary. 2.45 p.m.—Depart from General Infirmary, via Great George-street, Calverley-street, East-parade, King-street. Wellington-btreo-, WelTington-road, and Arm leyroad

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

27 Jan 1916

how it can assist the amateur gardener. DEATH OF MR. GEORGE HIRST, OF BATLEY. MAN WHO NEVER FORGOT THE FRIENDS OF HIS YOUTH. the death. which took place iir the early hours of this morning, of Mr. George Hirst, of White Leo Grange, has lost dominating p

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

16 Oct 1916

in his twenty-fifth year. The following casualties are also reported: Killed. —Pte. George Lane, Cameron Highlanders, Mount-terrace, Hunslet; Private Samuel Duckham, King’s Own Scottish Borderers, 17, Sta pel ton-terrace. New Wortley; Pte. Peter Hodgson

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

2 Oct 1916

fairer England. DUEL SHELL HOLE CORPORAL'S EXTRAORDINARY STORY TO THE KING. An extraordinary story was told to the King and Queen the Edward VII. Hospital, Windsor, Corporal George Bennett Bnrleigh, son the late war correspondent. The corporal was with

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

26 Sep 1916

(wounded), 28, Lupton-street. The following are casualties to Leeds men in various units; —Driver tTliarles Jones, R.F.A. (killed). 82. Quarry-hill; Pte. N. G. Renton. K.0.Y.L.1. (killed). 143. Stratfordstreet. Beeston Hill; Pte. John King. Last Yorks,

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

2 Feb 1916

inquest at Spwerby Bridge on John Townend, Sowerby Bridge labourer, who was Sunday evening run over and killed by the 7.15 King Cross to Sowerby Bridge tram on the Pye Nest-road. This road, practically a country link between the two towns, was lighted

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

16 Mar 1916

similarly extended that surprising veteran, Wild Aster, in the Newent Hurdle, so the Chilton double was very hardly earned. George 8., who won a canter the opening day, was pulled out again for the BosbuTy Steeplechase, and did backers another good turn

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

28 Jun 1916

for small convalescent home. Ilkley.—Apply, with reference. Matron. WANTED. Young Girl, about 18. Housemaid; washing. —Old George Hotel. 30 WANTED. Housemaid-Waitress at once, good refercac«-9 required.—Apply Crown Hotel. 30 ANT ED, llousemaid-Waitrco

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

10 Oct 1916

account of the development of universities. After referring to the fact that universities were a legacy to us from the socalled Dark Ages, he of the first university, or corporation of teachers, at Paris and of the University of Oxford, which was based the

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