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OUR CHESS CORNER.

OUR CHESS CORNER.

TRICKY THREE MOVE PROBLEM. Problems submitted in public-solving; competitions-are notoriously made as deceptive as possible. The following is good example of its class. It is one of the problems set for solution at the British Federation Congress Cheltenham, and as tricky as any
7 October 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
BILLURDS.

BILLURDS.

Stevenson v. Harverson. At the Leicester Square Saloon, London, to-day, Stivenson and Harverson continued game 20.000 up. the latter receiving 2,500 start, for £2OO. HAKVERSON (in plav) . 4.129 STEVENSON 1,888 Breaks.—Stevenson; 134, 83, 118. Chapman v. Hoskins. Th? popular seco
7 October 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
WHAT NEXT?

WHAT NEXT?

Men s Measures to Settle Dublin Dispute. After the exciting ovnnta of yculorday Dublin is very quiot fo-«l«y. Neither aid.* the con troreray «" doing anything publicly It is stated that the Ktnployer.V KmlonUion intend to hold meeting to fur^he consider the situation. Mr. Ijarki
7 October 1913 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
QRAND ASSEMBLY ROOMS.

QRAND ASSEMBLY ROOMS.

TO-DAY ft SPECIAL ATTRACTION. ' HER DREADFUL SECRET." CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCES, iroui to 10.30. COLISEUM PICTURES. 3. Twice Daily 8. Featuring WILD BE.VSTS AT LARGE PICTURE HOUSE, QUEENS ARCAD] O TO DAY: SINEWS WAP. \fR. CECIL 11. TAYLOR, DANCING MAST! ACADEMIES: LEEDS. BRADFORD,
7 October 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SCOTTS Emulsion

SCOTTS Emulsion

Inferior imitations and cod liver oils uncertain quality lead to disappointment, if not despair. Therefore, ask for SCOTT'S.—See the fishman the package and refuse inferior imitations offered for the sake of extra profit.
7 October 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A FLORAL TEA COSY.

A FLORAL TEA COSY.

Tea ceties came back favour some time ago, and all torts of novel designs have been teen in tashiocablo drawing rooms late. The latent fancy the tea cosy ornamented with real flowers, idea which originated id* Berlin, and the custom, which one the daintiest imaginable. .rapidly
7 October 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A WILD CONGRESS OF GRUB STREET."

A WILD CONGRESS OF GRUB STREET."

A WILD CONGRESS GRUB STREET." " What n«M»d fight for." add* Mr. Gosse. " the right offer to a more restricted public tho fruits intelligence, to regard most jealously those liberties of Press which our fathers painfully won for us. . . . have advanced enormously the !«t two gener
7 October 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
YORKSHIRE AND OPERA.

YORKSHIRE AND OPERA.

MR. HART'S WARM TRIBUTE TO THE COUNTY. representative of "The Yorkshire Evening l'ost" had interesting chat with Mr. John Hart, the managing director of the Grand Theatre, at his london office this morning the subject grand die tour to the apathy of the public?" That there the p
7 October 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
METALS.

METALS.

LONDON (Opening Repor t.— Copper firm; G.M.8., cash. 2s. fid.; do three months. £72 fa. 6d. to Tin dull: fine foreign, cash. *lB4 2a. 6d. to £lB4 7s. do. thro* months. £lB4 15s. to £lB4 17s. 6d. Lead: English, £2O 12s. fid.; foreign £l9 17s. fid. Spelter: Foreign, to £2l 2s. fid
7 October 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDS TRADERS STAND FIRM.

LEEDS TRADERS STAND FIRM.

DELIVERY OE GOODS RESUMED CNDER POLICE PROTECTION. NOT TO BE TERRORISED BY STRIKERS. CLERKS FILL CARTERS' JOBS. The strike carters Leeds continues, and the city's business being gradually thrown into condition of chaos. The 4,000 men who decided to work cn night remain out, and
7 October 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England