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... civilised world. It is still commonly played Asia, and the name by which ia known most languages is a corruption of the Persian Shah or King. The board upon is played similar to that for draughts, with 64 squares. Each player must have white square his ...

Published: Saturday 14 April 1900
Newspaper: Dundee Evening Telegraph
County: Angus, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 773 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

LONDON With the passing of Whitsuntide, the period when io general begin to think theii aumiper holiday may said to

... voted a sum of nearly five thousand pounds in order to give them fitting reception. We have eeen an Egyptian Khedive and Persian Shah in our capital before, the former being tha grandfather and tho latter the father the present ruler; and no pains were ...

OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT

... a sum of nearly five thousand pounds in order to give them a fitting reception. We have seen an Egyptian Khedive and a Persian Shah in our capital before, the former being the grandfather and the latter the father of the present ruler ; and no pains were ...

Published: Friday 08 June 1900
Newspaper: Abergavenny Chronicle
County: Monmouthshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 7542 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT. With the passing of Whitsuntide, the period when f...lks in goners' begin to think of ..

... a sum of nearly live thousand pc.mals in order to give them a fitting reception. We have seen an Egyptian Khedive and a Persian Shah in our capital before, the former being the grandfather and the latter the father of the present ruler ; and no pains were ...

Published: Saturday 09 June 1900
Newspaper: English Lakes Visitor
County: Cumberland, England
Type: Article | Words: 1347 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT. With the of WhiUuntkfo, the period when folk* in general to think theii ftummur ..

... voted sum of nearly five thousand pounds in order to give them a fitting reception. We have seen an Egyptian Khedive and Persian Shah in our capital before, the former being the grandfather and the latter the father of the present ruler ; and no pains were ...

Published: Saturday 09 June 1900
Newspaper: Chepstow Weekly Advertiser
County: Monmouthshire, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 1520 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT

... sum of nearly five thousand pinhole in order to give them a fitting reception. Wo have men an E;lptitiii Khedive anti a Persian Shah in our capital hoforv, tho former being the graiiiirsAter and the latter tin' fatlior of the presont ruler ; a n d no taming ...

Published: Saturday 09 June 1900
Newspaper: Kentish Independent
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1442 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

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... a sum of nearly five thousand pounds in order to give them a fitting reception. We have seen an Egyptian Khedive and a Persian Shah in our capital before, the former being tho grandfather and the latter the father of the present ruler ; and no pains were ...

Published: Saturday 09 June 1900
Newspaper: Wigton Advertiser
County: Cumberland, England
Type: Article | Words: 2149 | Page: 5, 6 | Tags: none

WiDICAL HALL. BWAN9OOYIII

... a sum of nearly five thousand pounds in order to give them a fitting reception. We have peen an Egyptian Khedive and • Persian Shah in our capital before, the former being the grandfather and the latter the father of the present ruler ; and no pains were ...

OUB MHDON OOMBPOIIDEHT. rammar holiday may ba said to bogin. The WhHran »ecM«, in fact, acta kind ot ton dVtmn*

... has voted ram of nearly firs thousand pounds in order to giro them fitting reception. We have aaen Egyptian Khedive end Persian Shah in our capital before, tiw formur being the grandfather and tiw letter tiw lather of tiw present ruler; end no peine ware ...

Published: Saturday 09 June 1900
Newspaper: Longford Journal
County: Longford, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 1084 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

THE MOST NUTMTIOUS. EPPS'S

... sum of nearly live thousand jx.utids in order to give them • fitting reception. We have seen an Egyptian Khedive and a Persian Shah in our capital before, the former being the grandfather and the latter the father of the present ruler and no pains were ...

COCOA

... a sum of nearly five thousand pounds in order to give them a fitting reception. We have seen an EOptiari Khedive and a Persian Shah in our capital . before, the former being 'the grandfather and' the latter the father the present ruler ; and no, pains ...

Published: Tuesday 12 June 1900
Newspaper: Tenbury Wells Advertiser
County: Worcestershire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1591 | Page: 5, 6 | Tags: none

SMALL TALK OF THE WEEK

... savoir vivre is consider able, and in this he contrasts greatly with the exotic visitor who preceded him at Paris, the Persian Shah. He made some excellent speeches to his compatriots of the Tunisian section at the Fair, full of friendly solicitude. The ...

Published: Wednesday 29 August 1900
Newspaper: The Sketch
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 8194 | Page: 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 | Tags: Photographs