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

KAEBATIVE, PRr.C:IS>--l Hour

... Persian officer became known, and many the older men began argue that it did not matter much whether the supremacy of the Persian Shah was or was not acknowledged Herat, as long as Persian garrison was placed in the city. The vizier, however, remained firm ...

Published: Wednesday 28 January 1903
Newspaper: Aberdeen Press and Journal
County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 425 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

THE KING OF SIAM'S VISIT TO LONDON

... qui vivo for new distractions, and the visitor the King of Siam will be eurciely less interesting than was the. of the Persian Shah. Is not his Majesty the Lord of the White Elephant by title? Although he will probably not bring in his suite one of ...

Published: Saturday 10 April 1880
Newspaper: Christchurch Times
County: Hampshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 328 | Page: 7 | 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 ...

TILL• KING OF SIAM'S VISIT TO LONDON

... qui vies for new distractions, and the viiit of the King of Siam will be scarcely leas interesting than was the. of the Persian Shah. Is not his Majesty the Lord of the White Elephant by title? Although he wiU probably not bring in his suite one of ...

Published: Saturday 10 April 1880
Newspaper: Alcester Chronicle
County: Warwickshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 330 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

How Peas( 4\s Swoxe Tunacco

... in Europe the social status of a man may he guessed by his dress or his equipage. in Persia it is denoted by his pipe. A Persian shah or prince ins his pipe covered with richly enamelled plates of gold and silver and incrusted with gems, such as rubies ...

Published: Friday 15 July 1892
Newspaper: Lakes Herald
County: Westmorland, England
Type: Article | Words: 332 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

THE OLD GOAT OF THE 23d WELSH FUSILIERS

... Cashmere breed, peculiar in England to Windsor Park alone, and part of a flock sent to her Majesty as present from the Persian Shah, be forthwith presented to the gallant 23d to replace poor Billy's loss. ...

Published: Saturday 21 March 1846
Newspaper: Hereford Times
County: Herefordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 342 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

THE CONSUMPTION OF AUSTRALIA#

... South sington Exhibition, where a complete preserving had been fitted up, and the prceess had been fully plained to the Persian Shah on his recent visit, acC panied by the Duke of Edinburgh, who has al\\1 evinced a lively interest in the successful devefbp ...

Published: Thursday 28 August 1873
Newspaper: South Wales Daily News
County: Glamorgan, Wales
Type: Article | Words: 315 | Page: 2 | Tags: News 

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 ...

FANCY DRESS BALL AT PITLOCHRY

... (Jazz Pierrette): Mrs A. C. Balfour (French Maid); Miss Dawbarn (Joan of Arc). The gentlemen included Mr J. M. Lowrie (Persian Shah); Mr W. D. Butler (Esquimaux); Mr D. T. Brown (Sheikh); Mr J. I). Latta (Nurse with Pram) ; Mr G. W. Plummer (Harry Lauder); ...

Published: Saturday 10 September 1921
Newspaper: Dundee Courier
County: Angus, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 430 | Page: 4 | Tags: none