THE CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP
In the first round of the chess championship, which i.s being played at Christchurch. Hill beat Barnes," Bucket t beat Sevcrne, C. E. Fox beat B. G. Fox. Hicks heat PL.-K-ants, and Moore heat -Mara. Tho game between Grior.son and Kelling was> uiilinish-ed. and was adjourned, witii Kelling a pawn to the good and apparently a Kit.: position. Brians had a bye.
In tho .-..coiid round (>r:er-on beat Hiil. Buckett. beat C. E. Fox. and Pleasant;; beat B. t!. Fox. in the (game between Kvl'iLg and Barnes a draw wa.> agreed to on the oVih move, and that between Moore and Si-Verne was abo drawn on the 371h move Hicks had the bve. The Bee. B. lb Fox withdrew from Uncontest on account ci ill-health, ami hi.-, remaining game;-, will lie ecuivd t<, his opponents. the iollowing are the rr-übs ot the third round ;—Oram won from B. ,1. Fox by d-yfaull. Moore beat Pleasant*. Kelluij, beat Hill. The other game- are mitiiiiehed.
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THE CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP, Evening Star, Issue 15688, 30 December 1914
THE CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP Evening Star, Issue 15688, 30 December 1914
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