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BRITISH CHESS ASSOCIATION. We extract the following byipermission from the Glow. worm nd Even,in j :

BRITISH CHESS ASSOCIATION. We extract the following byipermission from the Glow. worm nd Even,in j :

We redeem our promise of giving the complete scoro i n the various tourney!. The Handicap contest is rapidly its termination, so far as the first and prizes are concerned. Herr Steinitz and Mr. Mongredien, jun., are certain to be two out of the first three. Their opponent will b
26 December 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND TITEATRICAL NEWS.

ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND TITEATRICAL NEWS.

publicity, would doubtless have attracted a largenumber of spectators. The competitors were Young Kindon and Martin, of Stourport, near Kidderminster, who wen to have run 150 yards, for 101. a side, at Kidderminster, but One of the performers not 'anticipating fair play there, a
26 December 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
to be buried in the °raid of thoughts which his arduous enterprise already presented to his mind. Creep-the- Ground put

to be buried in the °raid of thoughts which his arduous enterprise already presented to his mind. Creep-the- Ground put

his hand up over his eyes to shade them from the glowing sun, and contemplated sorrowfully the route which tke Republicans were pursuing over the valley of La ' Pellerine. His small dark I piercing eyes strove to detect what was passing on the opposite glove on the foreground of
26 December 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL NEWS.

THEATRICAL NEWS.

BEHIND THE SCENES, *Under the title of "Behind the Scenes," the Daily News of this morning prints the following article : Within the last two years several new theatres have been built at the West-End, and we observe that another is to be opened next week, If this increase conti
26 December 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
AGENTLEMAN cured of the Results of Youthful Error and Diseases, at ter years of suffering, will be happy to send

AGENTLEMAN cured of the Results of Youthful Error and Diseases, at ter years of suffering, will be happy to send

a Copy of the Prescription used on receipt of Two ititamps for transinission.—Address, bledieus, US, Lower Keunington-road, London.
26 December 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
RING.

RING.

It le requisite that all money to bind wagers or make matches should be deposited at our office not later than Two o'clock on Thur.day. Cheques should be crossed London and"Westruinstor Bank, and Post-office Orders made payable to Joseph Bruton, at the Fleet-street office. All l
23 May 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
QUEEN'S v. MaßTON.—This match was played on May 15, and resulted in favour of Queen's. Score :

QUEEN'S v. MaßTON.—This match was played on May 15, and resulted in favour of Queen's. Score :

M QUEEN'S. C. G. S. Dunlop, c Mills, b Tylecote 27 H. Hall , b Belcher W. C. Crofts, b Belcher L. Micklem, b Belcher 9 W. E. Holland, b Tylecote 6 G. M. Gladstone, c Colson, b . 11. C. Phelps, b Mulkey 0 C. B. Ty lecote, run out H. F. Colson, c Dunlop, b Hankey . G. H. Owen, c B
23 May 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
CITANTILLY SPRING MEETING.

CITANTILLY SPRING MEETING.

The weather here on Sunday W 11.3 magnificent, the attendance large both in tbe s ,;stands add In the field outside. The great event of the day was the Prig de Diane or Fitnich OUks, which race derived additional interest from the starting oM., 'de Monigoniery's La Mousse, who h
23 May 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
CROYDON FIRST SPRING RACES. THURSDAY.

CROYDON FIRST SPRING RACES. THURSDAY.

The fine weather attracted many cockney racing men of a certain class, but there was naturally a general absence of heavy speculators, the Derby being so near at hand, and there being an important meeting at Tattersall's. Two cf the races in the original programme failed to fill
23 May 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England
 
limboll also ran.

limboll also ran.

also ran. Betting: 6 to 4 ngst Brenda, 2 to 1 agst Travinta, 7 to 1 ags Firebefl, 10 to 1 ngst Land Ho. Poleaxe play, attended by the favourite and Traviata, the pair last named drawing away 100 yards from the end, and running n good race, which was in favour of Travinta by a bea
23 May 1868 - Illustrated Sporting News and Theatrical and Musical Review - London, London, England