30 October 1891
The Cambrian was newspaper from Wales, they dedicated a chess column with editor James Glass. This is their fourth article.
James Glass vs E.R. Louden 1-0, Handicap tournament 1891(?)
odd: remove White Queen's Knight from the board
James Glass vs Nelson Fedden 1-0, 1891
odd: remove Black's King Bishop's pawn from the board
Again we come to know the strength of James Glass, member of Swansea Chess club and the chess editor to The Cambrian. The second game was played again "The Bristol champion" Nelson Fedden. Since both are odd games, I shall find a way to properly put it into game viewer.
White to play and mate in three, composed by F. Healey.
Normally the answer to the solution given on the next issue.
The Cambrian Swansea Chess column - 30 October 1891