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  • County: Yorkshire, England
  • For: 1917 only
  • Type: Illustrated

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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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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

25 Oct 1917

charities was unchecked. Reference was made by the Provincial Grand Master the illness of Bro. \V. 0. Lupton. and was decided to send message sympathy Mrs. Lupton. Bro. Wilson also mentioned next day was the birthday the Deputy Provincial Grand Master (Bro.

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

4 Jan 1917

was member the the Philharmonic Society. Minnaar was mentioned in despatches in the oarlv pert of last year. Perry C. BINNS, King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, who has won the Military Cross, is the son of Mr. James Binns, of Regent Park, Harro- Eate

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Bradford Weekly Telegraph

Bradford Weekly Telegraph Yorkshire, England

27 Apr 1917

been pre. vioisily reported missing, He was formerly employed by Lister and Co., Ltd., at Man• nitigham LEIGHTON, Pte. George, 21, King Street, Rristiford, and of the West Yorkshires, has died of wounds. Pte. Leighton, who years of age, leaves a widow and

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

3 Mar 1917

Sellers, E. L'e, J. J. Hargr •axes heavers, Messrs Wii.-on), It. Brown \-torek.ecpci), Wm. Fletcher (coal department), Captain King (marine department. Messrs Wilson), Harrison (lighter foreman, Vl» xandra Lock), li. stores department), W. Salmon (ship's

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South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times

South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times Yorkshire, England

17 Mar 1917

in own %Owe the objmt of TeVi'Ving the co in of the Wes a, ,j o d ut .ti oo of 4a. a week se the Relief - Committee. Mrs. George Baker yen!' of rims° who hay m e ° vetoed the meeting, and a good number utanti are eperaleute en allotment tended. Colk

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

1 Mar 1917

work of Mr. F. R. Spark, the late chairman and founder the fund. The Lord Mayor (Mr. E. George Arnold) seconded the reeolutioh, which was by Alderman Charles Lupton, Mr. Barran, Mrs. J. E. Thornton, Mr. C. M. Gillespie and Alderman Penrose- Green. Mr.

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

14 Aug 1917

belligerent nations to the King’s efforts behalf of the wounded and prisoners war. They saw that their King’s humane intentions were enhancing Spanish prestige far and wide; and the dream of a final Congress at Madrid, which King Alfonso should appear as

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Whitby Gazette

Whitby Gazette Yorkshire, England

2 Mar 1917

Australian Navy, which has been blooded effectively in this war. He was in the Old Canada, on the North American station when King George was a midshipman in her. The Pacific, the Mediterranean, and China have all known him, but perhaps his most exciting experiences

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

24 Feb 1917

Certietery. to-day (Saturday). “At rest.” REVILL.—On the 20tb iust., at the University College Hospital, London, Eileen Maisic, aged years, the tlearly-beloved daughter of George and Mary M. Revill. of 12, Joshua Road. Nether Edge. Interment, 2.45 p.m.

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

12 May 1917

regret state that news has been received that Company Sergeant - Major Lawrence L. King wag killed in action on April 9t'h. Deceased was the eldest son of Mr L. B. King, 21, May-street, Hull, and has been continuous active service since September, 1914

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

2 Jun 1917

Engineers' Department. Alfred-street; N E R. Employees, Nos. 1, 2, and 3. Pumping Station Mechanical Engineers' Department, King George Dock; manage , a d marine superintendent an d tfaff . engineers and staff, outside staff stewards staff departments of the

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

15 Mar 1917

in which this provision made. Mr. Lloyd George advocated acquiescence tho new Indian duty on imported cotton goods—a duty 7* per cent, instead of 3A per cent.—on the ground that it corresponds with a universal demand in India, and that merely a matter

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

27 Sep 1917

was accompanied his pilot and mechanic, Michael Angelo Tonzo. Both had been, received the King little earlier. There was a burst sunshine at 11.10 when the King emerged from the north wing of the Palace. The Royal salute and the National Anthem followed

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Bradford Weekly Telegraph

Bradford Weekly Telegraph Yorkshire, England

10 Aug 1917

`- employed • )rarn and Botiornley. of %Vali Driver W., 113. Westbeeirne igham, and of the R.E.A., is malarial fever. nant George, third eon the Ambler, of Heaton Mount. died of wounds in hoes:alai at ,`common at the age of 2.5 years. imhler was educated

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

13 Aug 1917

represented m the Army, Arnold, after bis brother’s death, joined tbe O T.C. of the University of Sheffield, in July, 1915, and in-the autumn of that year commission the King s Own Scottish Borderers. went out France m September, 1916, and the 15lb of that

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

25 Jul 1917

, he declared. The belief was universal that phofiteering took place. Mr C. E. Price, commenting on the loans to Allies, asked if France taxed herself to the same extent had. THE SUBMARINES. Commander Bellairs and George Lambert called for more ruthless

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Todmorden & District News

Todmorden & District News Yorkshire, England

23 Feb 1917

money. Let Mr. Lloyd George it. He was reported to have said that one who was not a teetotaller (and Mr. Lloyd George had not been one for several years) could do what a teetotaller could not. Let them not forget that when the King appealed to the nation

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Bradford Weekly Telegraph

Bradford Weekly Telegraph Yorkshire, England

2 Feb 1917

in ,,h L ow m onr has not yet been considered. Mark's Football Cub,har been ta•on over the Corporation of Bradford. In Mr. George A Armstrong. the 1,, master Carr Lane mixed to the Parks Committee that, owing to change of tenancy, • plendid opportunity

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South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times

South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times Yorkshire, England

29 Sep 1917

should be compulsory. He dealt at length with the University Tutorial Class, which he klalmed to be the most important single piece of work which the W.E.A. bad accomplished, viz., in opening the University to the ,erioui working-man adult students. The

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