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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

29 Aug 1917

KING GEORGE'S FUND FOR SAILORS. . Connaught renews his appeal in behalf King George'e Fund for Sailors, which he ha* undertaken the duties of chairman. As stated previously, the institutions intended to benefit by the Fund includo seamen's hospitals,

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Harrogate Herald

Harrogate Herald Yorkshire, England

25 Jul 1917

I think hi* trouble trench shin*, the/ nail it. X bad a mod chat with Lupton, and an sure ha trill malt* smart officer. 1 shall iratch his career with tha closest interest. Whilst ha was with me in came Fte. H. J. Baker, another Beech wood bo/, who was

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

19 Mar 1917

AMUSEMENTS, CONCLRTS, &C. Grand theatre, george-street.— at 7; Iwo SUuntcs, 'l'hursuay and Saturday, 2; GEORGE i,Rt/SSjlllU and EDWARD LAURILLARD, conjunction with ALFRED EL IT, present the enormously successful I'hiy, from the Prince of Wales's The-tre

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

16 Feb 1917

Cross St. George. 3rd Class: j 9384 Pte G. W. Chafer, V.C., East Yorks. Cross of St. George. 4th Claes Sergl A. (Holding, K.0.Y.L.1.; 1310 J 1 Scboles, Y. and L. Medals of 84. George. 2nd rgt. E. E. Crrnnmock, Y. and J^. Mietlal George, sr View article

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

21 Nov 1917

SHEFFIELD’S UNIVERSITY. Court of Governors’ Annual Meeting. The Court of Governors of the University of Sheffield will hold their annual meeting on Wednesday next, when the various officers will be elected. For the position of Pro-Chancellor there are

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

2 Jul 1917

refativee of those who had fallen, returned wounded men. contmgente “• Engineers from Bedmires and Hulsbro, toe O.T.C. of University and King Edward VII. School, hospital R.A.M.C. men, and the West Killing Volunteers,_ with their band. while the .Cancel was

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

10 Jan 1917

printed in tan-brown ink, consists of the King's head printed in greenish brown, surrounded by an oval in which the Imperial titles are set out and surmounted an Imperial crown and a representation of St. George and the Dragon. The groundwork of the bar

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Todmorden Advertiser and Hebden Bridge Newsletter

Todmorden Advertiser and Hebden Bridge Newsletter Yorkshire, England

16 Feb 1917

THE LATE PRIVATE GEORGE HAMMOND. A► service iu memoriam of the lute Private George Hammond. 12, Der Street, Todmorden. ea-. conducted at Roomfield Baptist Church on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. A. Nightingale. There was a gord congregation, including

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

27 Apr 1917

CHAPLAIN, HEBDEN BRIDGE MINISTER WINS THE D.S.O. The Eev. George Herbert llarshall, chaplain to the f jrces, son of Mr. Richard Marshall, Ivy Bank Hebden Bridge, was on Wednesday summoned to the King’s presence at Buckingham Palace and invested a Companion

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

16 Feb 1917

The King Represented. Lord Sandhurst, the Lord Chamberlain, represented the King as chief mourner. The Earl of Arundel, now the young Duke, worshipped by the side of his uncle, Lord Edmund Talbot. Among the family mourners present were Lady Mary Howard

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

28 May 1917

‘CAMOENS” PROFESSORSHIP AT KING'S COLLEGE. On lines of the Cervantes Chair of Spanish, which was established last year, it now proposed to establish Chair of Portuguese Language and Literature in the University of London, King’s College, as a timely and

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Shipley Times and Express

Shipley Times and Express Yorkshire, England

25 May 1917

rendered. Mr. McKee is an Ulster man and was educated at Lurgan College. Queen's College (now Queen’s University). Belfast, ami at the Royal University of Ireland. His col. lege career was exceptionally brilliant. At his degree examination in the year 1890

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

12 Apr 1917

THE KING REPLY M. POINCARE. The following is the text of a message sent by President Poiucaru t-o King George:— I have much pleasure congratulating your Majesty the splendid MICCC-S achieved hv your bravo troop*. I have doubt that it is the prelude fresh

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

9 Apr 1917

KING’S MESSAGE TO MR. WILSON. WAR FOR REAT I DEALS NOBLY SET FORTH. (From the War Press Bureau.) London, Saturday. The following telegram has been sent the King to the President of the United States I desire, behalf of the Empire, to offer my heartfelt

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

2 Jan 1917

IFFFERIES and DORIS TREVELYAN. Varieties. GEORGE CROWTHEH. RO6CO and OOSTA, and GEO Office open 10 to 4. To City and Commercial Gentlemen QUICK LUNCH or DINNER at POWOLNY'S, King Edward Street For ' able King Up 1554,1655, and 4680. EDUCATION. Jjl TON

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

3 Sep 1917

CHINA'S MESSAGE KING cfEORGE. Tito following telegram has-been sent the President the Chinero Republic King George: Please my. sincere thanks for your -telegram congratulation entry into the war against common enemy the China, ha. been universally acknowledged

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

18 Jun 1917

KING CONSTANT!NE'S DEPARTURE. (From Mr. C. King did not take place arranged, for

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

21 May 1917

CONGRATULATIONS FROM THE KING. The follow ing telegram has been sent His Majesty to the King Italy wish aseure you with what satisfaction the news of the latest successes of your troops has been received and I proud think that some of my soldiers are

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

8 Jan 1917

AMUSEMENTS, CONCERTS, &C. Gran he atre, george street.- TUE CHRISTMAS PANTOMIME. ALADDIN. TO NIGHT 7, Doors o'clock. Matinees Tuo«la\s, Thursdays, and Saturday*, at 2. LEXAXDRA THEATRE. A TWICE NIGHTLY, 6.50 and 9 First the Powerful Dramat.io Play, THE

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

9 Apr 1917

PUBLIC NOTICE. * iN-ON-HUMBER. - LETTING of I.A.VEiS and PITS, George Hotel. (Tuesday), April 10th, 1917, at 7 p.m. ———ft BICYCLES, motors: &c. SPLENDID NEWS.—Another lot Inner Tubes at Is ild each , also Cycle Tyres> for 7g 6d (usual price 9s 6d) —Asbestos

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