THE PERSIAN SHAH

... THE PERSIAN SHAH. The Shah of Persia received an address at the Guildhall to-day, and was afterwards enijertained to luncheon. ...

Published: Wednesday 05 November 1919
Newspaper: Cornishman
County: Cornwall, England
Type: Article | Words: 20 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

TO-DAY’S MISCELLANY: Ancient Shorthand. About Furs. Cripple’s Adventure. The Romance of Whitsuntide. \\Millions ..

... ransacked COLOUR Takdis—standing on feet of rubies. It Fortnightly Review, says the first ini- a)atr',r,i T'HC' RC'CT* CAor DO Persian Shah who showed Venetian Am- actual mention of it which he has to provide beauty for elegant shoulders. THE BEST SABLES. t.j ...

Published: Friday 06 June 1930
Newspaper: Lancashire Evening Post
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1677 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

THE SHLH IN LONDON

... the Sun, whose splendour is that of the Firmament ; Monarch of Armies numerous as the Stare —these are the titles of a Persian Shah. Mum/IT-id-Din, inane his accession, has shown that be has better qualities than were previously credited to him. His keen ...

Published: Saturday 23 August 1902
Newspaper: Alcester Chronicle
County: Warwickshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 940 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

THE PERSIAN

... THE PERSIAN SHAH SEEKS SHELTER AT A LEGATION. TEHERAN, Friday. The Shah baa taken refuge at the Russian Legation. A deputation born British and Russian Legs-- Lone is coming to Teheran to inform the Nationsiliata—Reuter. ...

Published: Friday 16 July 1909
Newspaper: Coventry Evening Telegraph
County: Warwickshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 35 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

Ms GAus or Coins

... by some authorities to Palatnedes. a Grecian hero of the Trojan war, about 1080 'Lc. The word chess is derived from the Persian shah, king; and checkmate, or shahmat, means king confounded or overcome. But not only in Persian but in Sanscrit and other ...

Published: Friday 14 December 1900
Newspaper: Henley & South Oxford Standard
County: Oxfordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 115 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

PANTOMIME

... read, When His Majesty the Cat Receives in His Drawing Room.” The reason for this is that the French word for cat and the Persian Shah are pronounced in the same way, and the Government concerned thought that a pun was implied. In fact, it is of such incidents ...

Published: Monday 16 January 1939
Newspaper: Nottingham Evening Post
County: Nottinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 224 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

Prise-IVlnners

... —Girls: 1. Daphne Parsons (Christmas Tree); 2. Sylvia Henvest (poppy); 3. Mavis Mengeham So-Peep). Soya: 1. Tommy Mengeham (Persian Shah); 2. Jimmy Houneome (Will Hay - ). Consolation: Iris Pratt and Daphne Cox (bride and bridegroom). Dress made from materials ...

Published: Friday 06 January 1939
Newspaper: Hampshire Telegraph
County: Hampshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 226 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

CHESS BOARD TERMS

... attacks the king. The word oomes through the old French “eschec,” “eechac” from the Middle Latin form, “scacous” of the Persian Shah, i.e., king, and was early applied to token, ticket, or counterfoil. When first introduced into ordinary city parlance ...

Published: Saturday 18 January 1913
Newspaper: Nottingham Evening Post
County: Nottinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 401 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

FANCY DRESS BALL. CHURCH EFFORT AT RUGBY

... Misfc Morson (Housing Bonds), Miss M. Warr (an Italian peasant), and Mrs. C. M. Simcox (an Egyptian lady), Mr. Isham (a Persian Shah). Mr. Archie Hodson (Farmer Giles), and Mr. Barton (a Jester). • The prizes were given by Messrs. J. T. Warr, Fulham, Brooke ...

Published: Friday 24 December 1920
Newspaper: Rugby Advertiser
County: Warwickshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 292 | Page: 9 | Tags: none

THE COMMITTEE OF INQUIRY

... occupy in Germany, hut on the situation of tho French Treasury, and its reaction on the exchange/* REPORTED DEPOSITION OF PERSIAN SHAH. MONARCH NOW IN PARIS. Paris. Wednesday. The ** Paris Telegram ’* tonight that Shah of Persia, who at present Paris, has ...

INTERESTING FACTS ABOrT CRISS

... that it is the only game by nriesthoods of all beliefs. the principal piece in the game derives its name, king, from the Persian Shah, or ruler. Many men whose names have gone down to posterity. such as Charlemagne. Tamerlane, Frederick the Great. Cliarles ...

Published: Friday 02 November 1906
Newspaper: Lakes Herald
County: Westmorland, England
Type: Article | Words: 348 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

Cu Fon Toturo bungs

... by some authorities to Palionedes. a Grecian hero of the Trojan war, about 1080 s.c. The word chess is derived from the Persian shah, king; and checkmate, or shahmat, means king confounded or overcome. But not only in Persian but in Sanscrit and other ...