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ft. * ' 4 - * F - F F*» r F - 4 A' -1- 1 * • 4 F . L i *" ^ - - 1 <- h - r. 4 " IT*,*; • • L P -r ^ r 4 - v 4 J F_ - I ' ' r ^ - 4 + + 1 k H 1 4. V 4 I c F H r h 1 •l . - + h F J . t • i 5- r . ^ • F lh \ % 4 t r- ers - i" 1 "L - I * L J - are The Chess Ik * ^ F H • H / - 4 J behalf following message, ? and is as war good fortune ; the, more we After , 1 two to Mr effected for many sent the is an , Our/ i. and come kinsmen across the victories in years t< and from the Presidents of the secretary, cabled Annexation (of trobhvY has been A. it being then past eleven o'clock The following r , ' AMERICA. 1. H. N. Pillabury . 2. J. W. Showal ter. 3. J. H. Barry 4. A. B. Hodgea score GREAT BRITAIN. _ 4 41 5. E. Hymes, ...... 6.. H. C. 7. P. Johnston ............ 8. F. J. Marshall 9. C. J. Newman 10, D. G. Baird * * * 0 J. H. Blackburhe ^ i * 1 H. E« Atkins .................. 0 1 ... T, F. Lawrence 0 1 ' B. M. Jackson .........;..... 0 * i j\ v Mills Herbert Jacobs % (Ov D. Locook G* E.'Wainwright.... G. El H. Bellingham y* F H, W. Trenchard r I j 6 . -. L - •• - * * ' • t a • 4 Total.......;..: Honours are how divided, both sides having Won two matches * 4 penda poetical effusion from our esteemed correspondent, ysony who thus makes ample amends for having supplied us with a problem some time ago which admitted,of a double solution, only we. should have preferred the acrostic had it read " cable" instead of ' 1 chess match. M C hild of an x Eastern AMERICA versus BRITAIN thb' Wefeh + - ow life's dull vista brightens at, the magic of thy name 1 ™«•• centuries have rotted away aiid sunk in endless night ven n^ail till each age that passes only makes thy peerless ifame more bright!. ... et here in friendly rivalry two niighfcy riatiohs std.nd, 1 A merica'sbroM continent and Britain's ancient land ; T hough here no din of wa? is heard, po. clash of iron inail,. C aissa's knight$ fbr honour fight, and ^in it tho' ;they ; fail: H ail, thrice hail to the victor's, then, fend to the vanquished, • 1 hail! PROBLEM No. 149. By C. W., of Sunbury. IN BLACK, t •t I WHITE. White to olav arid mate in three moves SOLUTION OF PROBLEM NO. 148. •i • 1. Q to QKt Q

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  1. The Westminster Budget,
  2. 17 Mar 1899, Fri,
  3. Page 27

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