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  • County: Gloucestershire, England
  • Type: Miscellaneous

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

26 Nov 1904

illustrative of the Single Corner, Whilter, and Laird and Lady openings, come of which showed improvements on his match games with the great Anderson. The other work publisher was written under peculiar circumstances. Mr. Wyllie had stood guarantor for a relative

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Type: Miscellaneous
Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

12 Dec 1910

(CouHiji K. Wm. WitLaird and Lady ’’: 1115 23.19 11 22.17 13 17.14 10-17 21.14 15-18 19.15 4-8 24.19 13 17 28.24 11 26.23 16 20 31.26; the position now

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Type: Miscellaneous
Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

2 Sep 1925

Country, A. Bonnet Laird. Trio. Victor (tenor). 5.0. —Dance Music. tjO.—Children. 6.3o.—Children's Letters. 4y_ Music. 7.0. —Weather and News. jlr. William Dubilier, Progress of Broadcasting. 7.25. —Music. 7.35. —Week's Work Garden. 7.40.—Mr. W. A. Horrox:

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Gloucestershire Echo

Gloucestershire Echo Gloucestershire, England

26 Jun 1939

Ashstead (Mrs C Rich) W Nightingall 7 0 Acciua (Mrs E Maeon) J Reardon 4 613 Sunista (R Bosley) Macnee 6 12 Arcature (E St G Stedall) Stedall 8 6 10 Artist's Fate (Lady Mary Abergavenny) Whitaker 6 9 Solana (Miss Dorothy Paget) W Nightingall 3 6 vasistas

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

30 May 1930

5 (Mr. W. 7 10 Fifty-50 3 (Mr. Godfrey) Private 7 8 Rose Cottage 5 (Mr. Ulyatt) (Header 7 Silver Castor 4 (Mr. Vasey) Owner 7 7 Rayman 6 (Mr. Botterill) Owner 7 6 Ocean Wave 3 (Sir J. B. F. Leach 7 5 Mouchon (Mr. Madden) Owner 7 5 Golden Boy 7 (Mr. John

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

15 Jul 1929

Valdore 7 (Mr. P. Hands) Thrale 4 (Mr. F. Barling) Barling B.D.A. (Mr. J. Sharp) .„ Walters 0 Economy 4 (Lady Curzon) W. NlghtlacaU 8 11 Cod aider (Mra. O. Fosdick) R. J. lolling 8 11 Elcho (Mr W. Gilbey) T. Cannon 811 St. Abbot 8 (Mr. G. jams)

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

31 Aug 1933

Master 4 Shove Halfpenny (Sir Alfred Butt) i , _ , Butters 8 Pomelo (H J Brueton) Hudson 8 3 Best Bargain (Lady Robinson) Dundas 8 Baden's Lady (Mrs Peek) G Sadler 1 , Norton Cyder (S F Wharton) 8 Principal Girl (J Russell) liusscll 7 Phenick (J Cannon)

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

4 Feb 1925

Talk to Schools. 4.0: 2LO Trio, Mr. Cyrus (baritone). My Part the Country,'' by Bonnet Laird, Miss Kathie Herrick on Great-grandmother as Lady Bountiful, Miss Margaret Izard ('cello). 5.30: Children's Stones. 6.40: Mr. Ernest G. Blake on Following

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

28 Mar 1930

Kljuig frur (Mr. ' '»'•««» Amioasis (Mr. . ; bUv e 'Irade (Mr. Wal. Gb-ui « f (Mr. O. Hands) t llaileiujjh (Mr. .. i u W tt (Capt. Hull) ' « (Mr. J. % I (Mr. A. li. McAlS*' Harvest Queen (Mr. de Wednesday (Mr. U. i'ooa-i Cravat (Mrs. 1). I, # »

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

8 Nov 1930

Westminster (Mr. P. Ilomc Rigg) Stedall 12 Velocity TT. (Mr. C. Poole) Poole 12 Eda (Mr. F. Hartigan) F. Hartigan 712 Lindina (Lady Bradford) Hemmett 7 Bibiani (Mrs. Edgar Wallace) J. Beary Damory Court (Mai. Mc('almont) Persse 10 Miss Carpathian (Mr. J. A.

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

12 Mar 1904

Draws. Wins. 1 Mr. Chandler 0 J.A.Cook Mr. G. Dyer W. Codding 0 2 Mr. Harding 0 J. Taylor 2 Mr. Mitl ir.nter 0 T. Fmith 1 Mr. Dodds 1 A. E. Carter 2 2 Mr.Chandler,sen.) 0 W. 'iurtle 2 0 Mr. Hulse C. Cheers 0 Mr. P. C. Bishop 1 W. Carter 3 Mr. Tilleoek J

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

17 Feb 1926

4o.—Lady Surma on Assyrian Christians. 8.0. —Niedzielski (Pianoforte Recital); Wireless Symphony Orchestra. 8.30. The Serenaders' Mandoline Band; Robert Percy (entertainer); Edward German will conduct the Symphony Orchestra in a programme of his own

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

28 Jul 1906

blindfold have half a dozen old book games to wade through. THE LADIES In Mr Brace's adds—n the wind-up At Home of the Aberdeen Draughts Club, he said We are pleased to have our lady friends wHh to-night. It is said they not take very kfndly to the

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

17 Jul 1911

should be addressed.) It is with extreme regret that we hear the serious illness of Mr. E. Browning, the wellknown and popular hon. secretary of the Gordon League Club. May his recovery be good and speedy. The following skittle game was played at the Gordon

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Type: Miscellaneous
Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

4 Jun 1904

White move and win. 12 13 9 7 34—IS 21—25 10-17 Whit® 16 7 9 6 wine. 6-10 I—lo •THE GEM COLLECTION OF GAMES. No. I.— LAIRD AND LADY. (By H. D. Lyman, New York City). 15 24 20 10 23 19 15 8 11 (a) 29 White , 4 8 19 15 (b) 5 9 win*. (a) ma pretty end

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

21 Oct 1925

phenomena. 4.0: My Part of the Country, A. Bonnet Laird. 4.15: Music. 5.15: I iiildren. 6.0: Music. 7.0: Weather and ws. Mr. J. Reid Moir: Men of Cromer Bed. 7.25: Music. 7.3s:Week's ■\Vork Garden. 7.40: Mrs. Beauchamp , ifnelli Czechoslovakia. 8.0: England

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

5 Apr 1937

Orchestra. 7.45.— The Strang? Adventures Mr. Penny, Maurice Moiseiwitsch: Second Series: Episode No. 1, with Richard Gooldeu. 8. —Towards National Health: Food and Fitness : All this talk about Health, by laird Horder. 8.20. —Brahms, played by Clifford

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Gloucester Citizen

Gloucester Citizen Gloucestershire, England

20 May 1937

a hanes mi o hen Rhagleu wedi ei threfnu Morgan Humphreys. 9.3o.—Variety Programme from the Empire Theatre, Swindon; Mr. Flotsam and Mr. Jetsam, and Haver and Lee. 10.—Time; News Summary; Weather. 10.25.—5ee Regional. 11.30. —Time.; Weather; Late News

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

18 Aug 1906

an exnert in the 4 ladies' game,' promised the hand of his daughter to another great player named Livarot. But a young musketeer. M. Saint Romain. loved Mile. Helene Marchand. and his trouble went to see the greatest plaver of his time. 44 Manoury knew

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Cheltenham Chronicle

Cheltenham Chronicle Gloucestershire, England

2 Apr 1904

White squares are the butler for the player, and the proper ones play on?' Mr. W. G. says that his opinion that if'a man can play at all, doesn't care a rap which way it is. Mr. W. Gardner, a player of renown and for rrtfeay years secretary of the Leeds

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Type: Miscellaneous