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

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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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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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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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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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Bradford Weekly Telegraph

Bradford Weekly Telegraph Yorkshire, England

24 Aug 1917

Letwasters, • b een CARROLL, Pte. John, of 3, Belden Place, Idle ke el( r d , rant-e. Before enlist ltii., I iniercaffe, and id King's Own Scot- at Marminghem Mills. 11511 ltordereis, been killed action in ~i it.' wan of Mr. and Mrs. Fran, e. He enlisted in

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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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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

27 Sep 1917

2^3916. day of remembrapee sad rec«u. Gone, but not forgotten —From George. Willie and Mary, and Albert and Thereaa. TTXGEY.—In loving remembrance of my hueband, W. Edmund Sngey. King’* Rifle who wa.* hUled action Sent. Wlf< , , —ln ever loving m«uory

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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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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

27 Jun 1917

General, which was honorary position. Speaking at a largelv-attended meer.ng Appendix XXII. of the K VV I Lij the Gambler? King in the Park “The sailors,’ he states, ‘are merely The Government had come to the conclu- f the Sheffield Voluntary Organisation

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Sheffield Independent

Sheffield Independent Yorkshire, England

27 Aug 1917

Hospital. Mr V O. S. Dearden. of 265, .\irlorcikffo Common.' Sheffield, physician and surgeon. loft ««la too gross £o.H4. The King and Queen vusited multary fete on behalf of aolditra’ cliarities Aldaranoi Saturday. took great the baby show. Dr. William

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

17 Aug 1917

Good Manners servility !. *- superior station; I ,n pa ymg respect to King. There s to the superior digniu- • in P a J the Bishop. The honest k,SS half a centur>- « Salut universal servile, proved that the and feeling a gentleman^^ as heart not have the

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South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times

South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times Yorkshire, England

21 Jul 1917

work in Wombwell, Oat upon having enjoyed the services, for I forty-three years, of a very able and devoted =Mister, the Rev. George Hadfield. Fur'tier, they are is be congratulated ujion remaining in the enjoyment of those services, land upon tla?ir. capacity

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Sheffield Daily Telegraph

Sheffield Daily Telegraph Yorkshire, England

31 Dec 1917

Mansions, Victoria st. London S.W.I. COMPTOMETER OPERATOR, Wanted; must be experienced. and good book-keeper well. —Apply George Turner, lane, Sheffield. anted; state speed , experience, salary required.—Write M 38. Sheffield Tele. TT'EMALE CLERK Wanted

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