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  2. AMONG THE BOXERS.

    The Olympic Club are arranging several good battles, and I hear that one." of the first to take place will be a fight to a finish between Charlie Dunn and Frank Pablo. This should ...

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  3. THE OLYMPIC CLUB.

    Barely room to sneeze was the general verdict as the curtain was rung up at the OLTMPIC CLUB. on Saturday night last. A row of jolly faces ...

    Article : 1,039 words
  4. TWO HOURS IN THE LION'S DEN.

    The first time I saw John L. he was arrayed in all the splendor of a dress suit, with a collar that kept his ears well forward, and a plug hat that made him look like a New York ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 2,815 words
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  6. JOHN L'S INTRODUCTION TO FOLEY.

    MR. LARRY FOLEY, Sydney Australia. Friend Larry.—This will introduce you to my good friend. John L. Sullivan, who comes to your country to play a theat- ...

    Article : 181 words
  7. MELBOURNE NOTES.

    After every storm comes a calm. This is even so in the boxing world, for since the great contest between Joe Goddard and choynski there has not been touch done in the ...

    Article : 772 words
  8. THE " WORKMAN" BENEFIT.

    The athletic benefit which was to have been tendered to the Workman to-morrow night at the Olympic Club has to be postponed until next Tuesday night on account of Sullivan ...

    Article : 105 words
  9. WALKING.

    Mr. Gladrigan, hon. see. of tho Border Athletic Club, Goondiwindi, Queensland, writes us as follows in connection with Mr. A. Gough's recent attempt, at Goondiwindi to ...

    Article : 170 words
  10. A Triangular Buel.

    A 29-miles walking match for £20 aside has been made between John Patrick Goreman of Barcaldine, Queensland, Willian, Harris of Melbourne, Victoria, and Frederick ...

    Article : 117 words
  11. PROPOSED AUSTRALIAN BOXING RULES.

    The lion, secretary of the Olympic Club received the following code of rules and very kind letter from Mr. Virgoe, the e chairman of committees of the Melbourne. Ath[?] Club. ...

    Article : 631 words
  12. NEWCASTLE LETTER.

    The committee appointed to carry out the Sims benefit entertainment met at Mr. Donnison's Harbor View Hotel on Saturday night, and transacted a, lot of business. ...

    Article : 503 words
  13. GONE TO TRAIN.

    The first real big battle to be brought off at the Olympic Club will be without doubt the most brilliant feather-weight fight the world has ever seen. George m'Kenzie, the model ...

    Article : 443 words
  14. THE TUESDAY NIGHT'S SHOW

    Last night a very good crowd turned up to witness a light to a finish between C. Brown aud young Christie. A very good bill was provided independent of the ...

    Article : 418 words
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