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  3. Boxers and Their Doings

    In reply to "Canova" (Brisbane): We will deal with your letter next week. It is on the cards that Ed. Williams and Ted Nelson will be brought together in ...

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  4. HEAVY-WEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP OF TASMANIA.

    The following is from a Hobart (Tasmania) exchange of 28th ult.:— The boxing contest between the two big men. Mally Jackson, of LInda, and W. ...

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  5. BIG JIU-JITSU MATCH PROBABLE

    On Saturday night Prof. Stevenson, of this city met Mounier, the strong man of Wirth's Circus, under that show's big canvas canopy in a jin-jitsu match, ...

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  6. THORN AND DOUGLAS IN SYDNEY.

    Frank Thorn and Arthur Douglas are in Sydney. Douglas arrived on Saturday and Thorn on Monday. Both appear to be in splendid condition: they fight at ...

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  7. WHITTAKER BEATS O'GRADY.

    Heavy—weights Frank (Soldier) O'Grady (13.10) and Whittaker (13.0), of North Sydney, were opponents at the Gaiety on Saturday night. In private, O'Grady ...

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  8. KLING QUITS.

    Peter Kling never made, the slightest attempt to fight at the Gaiety: last night. The New Zealander proved a bogey man, indeed, to one-time heavy-weight amateur ...

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  9. BOUTS IN MELBOURNE

    There was a great crowd at the Cyclorama last evening, when nothing of special interest was on the programme for decision. This showed what a boom there is ...

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  10. WONDERLAND CITY COMPETITIONS

    Possibly 1500 people witnessed the decision at the Stadium, Rushcutters Bay, last Wednesday night, of the finals of the Wonderland City Boxing competitions, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. ANOTHER FITZSIMMONS POSSIBLE.

    "Uppercut" (Timaru) says:—"Dear 'Amateur,"—Just a line to let you know how the game is going in Timaru—the home of boxing in N.Z. We have some ...

    Article : 239 words
  12. QUEENSLAND BOXING NOTES

    At a reception tendered by the Australian Natives' Association and prominent sportsmen at Townsville on Tuesday last. Tommy Burns said he hoped within a year ...

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  13. HEAVY-WEIGHT TURNER CHALLENGES.

    "Billy Robertson," writing from the Albion Hotel, Hobart, on May 3, says Bill Turner, heavy-weight champion of Tasmania, is agreeable to fight either George ...

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  14. NEWCASTLE NOTES.

    There was a fair-sized crowd at the Summer-Park on Friday night, when two contests were decided. Joe Shakespeare of Newcastle, and Jack Burnett, of ...

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  15. THE GRIFFO BENEFIT.

    Mr. Feneley writes: "Everything up to date augurs for the Standard Theatre to be labelled "Full house" for the Griffo Benefit on the 20the isnt. Mr. Harry Clay ...

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  16. A PROMISING BIG FELLOW.

    "Boko" Thompson is heard from at Moree, under date May 9: "Dear 'Amateur,'—I have such a lot of stoush to tell you about that I hardly know where to ...

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  17. THE GAME IN MELBOURNE

    Mike Williams is in great heart for his battle with Ernie Lang at the Cyclorama on Monday evening next. Each man has placed £25 in my hands as a side-wager, ...

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  18. FRASER AND GRIMM.

    PERTH. May 8.—Joe Grimm and Bob Fraser met at the Theatre Royal on Thursday night, in the presence of a packed house. The fight went the full 20 rounds, ...

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  19. UNHOLZ AND MONTY ANDREWS.

    Rudolph Unholz has agreed to meet Monty Andrews at the Gaiety on a date yet to be fixed. Unholz will be giving away about 1½ stone at least, but he is a ...

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  20. "REFEREE" LETTER BOX.

    There are letters here for. Mrs. Walter Melrose. Messrs. C. Cross,—Conroy,—.Phelan. Moe Aarons, J. A. Montgomery, Charley Jennings, J. Hewitt,— ...

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  21. DUMMY MACE.

    That great old fighter of the past. Dummy Mace, drops me a line: "You will wonder shere I have been all the time. I have been staying at a hospitable ...

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