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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

29 Oct 1917

education to be made free. (5) Free university education for all who reach approved educational standard, with educational grants where necessary. He pointed out that under the present national system least 50 per cent, of king-class children finished their

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

25 Aug 1917

The Order of the Companions of Honour has been conferred upon Professor William Ripper (Vice-Chancellor of the Sheffield University), in recognition of his services as vicechairman of the Sheffield Munitions Committee. Derbyshire recipients of the Order

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Shipley Times and Express

Shipley Times and Express Yorkshire, England

1 Jun 1917

school, a secondary school, public school, or poW er of' absorption as a piece of reasonable regulation.” Now am hot going university?” Now, what difference can braBg draw moral to adorn the tale. I leave make where a successful professional or busithat

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

16 Jul 1917

but. all things cooa.dated, the entries excellent. th® sport should trr.sk. stab!® likely lo ma's# Stanley House. The Hon. George l-ambtou says optima:, had his borsat in work a time when any further teeing tins season was acn-lodly p, . .-ant- I ,ijst

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

10 Sep 1917

preparation of honey, water, and spices, was a. popular beverage. It should not impossible for at leastthree million of King George's subjects to able sweeten their food with British honey. The great tracts moorland the North and West, covered bell heather

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Sheffield Evening Telegraph

Sheffield Evening Telegraph Yorkshire, England

4 Sep 1917

Hallatt Chrietie, late of King Edward VII. School, bhefteld. who receDtly gained an Ear* Houngfield I.inley Univeraitv sAiolarshtp. hag just been awarded the Science exhibition tenable at the Applied Science Department of the University Sheffield. The exhibition

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Todmorden & District News

Todmorden & District News Yorkshire, England

2 Nov 1917

Prologue, “Pagliacco* (Leoncavallo), Mr. Kings Other matches: Roomneld Eastwood x, ley Lark; recital, a few stories, Mr. John Stans- Fairfield (Hebden Bridge) 1, Walsden 0. field; song, “The Trumpeter” (Dix), Mr. George . Wood; The Jewel Song from “Faust”

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Todmorden Advertiser and Hebden Bridge Newsletter

Todmorden Advertiser and Hebden Bridge Newsletter Yorkshire, England

22 Jun 1917

Phowi- 1!3. Tea, and o always obtain the Highest Tea-Value. NIETCALFE BROS., The Pavemcill, TODMORDEN. HARRY KING, dz PARK CAEE, TODMORDEN. KING'S QUALITY in every Department. [Tel. 134. Tnt rras Arl :: :: :: TAKE A, warping when the following symptoms

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

1 Feb 1917

David Lloyd George and the Right lion. Arthur Henderson, wilfully and with malice aforethought to kill and murder contrary the Offences against the tVr- Act, 186 T. Section 5, and against the police INQUIRIES MAY INVOLVE peace of our Lord the King, Jus crown

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Yorkshire Evening Post

Yorkshire Evening Post Yorkshire, England

18 May 1917

THE YORKSHIRE ROLL OF HONOUR. Sec.-Lieut. George Cork Ilifle Brigade, killed action, whose parents formerly lived at Parsley, and are now Murecarobe, was years of age. Ifo cnli«fed in H.A.C. 1913, and obtained his commission lost December. Early this

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

18 Jan 1917

the Bishop Wakefield; J. E. Roberta, Longwood; Canon Ivena. Bridge; Hugh Bright, King Cross. Halifax; A. J. Howe, H. V. Cowper, Stainland; E. W. Easton, Ripponden; George Watkinson, Northowram; H. Illingworth, Illingworth: F. K. Farmer, Huddersfield; IL

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Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough

Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough Yorkshire, England

21 Mar 1917

Board tended loan courage drinking, and contained a serous danger. A str.king contrast between the oondi uens prevailing iq England and Canada whet* prohibition :* practically universal, was made by the Ven- Archdeacon Lloyd. DD, of Saskatchewan. He pleaded

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

1 Feb 1917

-Prcspectua Application. B. MONRO. MA., WHh Assistant*. PRIVATE tor University and ProfmaiocuJ Ssamtna- tiMtx. 3. Sqoaaa. Leeds. 3798 C«Btral HuadtatMy. GEORGE'S COLLEGE. KING&WAY, and RED UON SQUARE W.C MC W. RRAOINTQN. M.A.. Civil aod Exam*. The

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

7 Jun 1917

Government wuuld give the King, the exigencies of the situ itior also being taken into account. M. Branting expressed iegret that the Government had let pass this opportunity of taking great action, and reminded thein of tihe universal democratic movement and

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

2 Jun 1917

MISSING. NOW REPORTED PRISONERS OF WAR IN GERMAN HANDS. 2o££ L A (to07b)!* J* (Gcole); Turton (19013), W. (^ath). bold. Private George Jenkmson (20), Sherwood Foresters, whose parents reside at Orwm s Row, New bold, has been killed in action He was previously

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

20 Aug 1917

issued the Notice, Sir Albert Stanley continued to try conciliation. A Contest nt Norwich? It is thought probable that Mr. George U. Roberts, tho new Minister of Pensions, may have to submit to a contest Norwich on his seeking re-election. I gather from

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

13 Jul 1917

the Bradford West Riding yesterday an absentee from military vice, declared that h© was not going t® any scheme, neither for King nor recruiting officer stated that the had refused to examined, and hn® y turned his calling-up papers unopened- was fined

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Leeds Mercury

Leeds Mercury Yorkshire, England

16 Apr 1917

receive word that his only son, Second- Lieut. Har-y Scholefield, of the King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, has been dangerously wounded. Lieut. Scholefield joined the Leeds University O.T.C. October, i 915 and was given a commission the followmg February

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

20 Aug 1917

Hull Grand Theatre this webk, is the son of the Kcv Gavin Lang, and nephew of Vlarshall Lang, late principal of Aberdeen University, and cousin the Archbishop of York, the Right Rev Cosmo Gordon Lang. 1 mot him the Station Liotcl last night, where he had

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

20 Jun 1917

change should not made until the judgment of the people had been taken upon means referendum. Lord HUGH CECIL lL\, Oxford University!, advocate woman's thought regard should had ihe fact that c body of women vehemently desired the vote. laughed the idea

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