by H. Bradley and C. Higgins
Pat started a tour of public houses, all of which had the same admission charge of a four digit number of pence. When the order of its digits are reversed this charge was equal to the number of pence that Pat had at the start of his tour.
In the first public house, Pat spent one one Pound less than a third of what he had left after paying to enter. In the second public house, he again spent one Pound less than a third of what he had left after paying the admission charge. This left him only enough to pay to enter the third public hosue.
How much was the admission charge?