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  3. THE BOXING CONTEST.

    Sir,—Having read the letters of "Capricorn," "Christian Endeavour," William Affleck, A. Keir Murray, Alice Arnold, E. P. Simpson, W. H. Yarring on and the telegraphic report ...

    Article : 610 words
  4. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—The numerous letters published by the "Herald" on the recent Burns-Johnson fight are likely to render a public service of ancalculable value. The "Herald" is to be ...

    Article : 544 words
  5. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—I don't know that I ever read an article which was more justly couched, or in which every word and phrase had its proper weight and value to an extreme nicety than ...

    Article : 1,092 words
  6. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—The emphatic protest against this exhibition by the large majority of your correspondents—men whose lives are devoted to raising the tone of the community—affords some ...

    Article : 89 words
  7. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—I thoroughly endorse Jno. Cain's letter in your valuable journal of 30th instant with reference to the so-called "boxing" contest recently held. ...

    Article : 194 words
  8. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—It does not appear to have struck any of your correspondents who have so hysterically commented on the Burns-Johnson glove fight that in describing it as a prize fight they. ...

    Article : 421 words
  9. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir.—"Hurrah for white Australia." This, is the cry we hear upon all occasions. This is the political catchword which some gullible Australians are led to believe will guard their ...

    Article : 361 words
  10. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—In his letter in your issue of to-day Mr. Burton Dibbs says, "Let us be sportsmen; let us cultivate the manly arts; let us not grow faint at the sight of blood; lot not a ...

    Article : 231 words
  11. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—I would like to express my opinion and others, which is as follows, regarding the late boxing contest. The ministers of the Protestant churches are always trying to put a ...

    Article : 157 words
  12. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Unlike Mr. E. P. Simpson, I attended neither of the late fights. I was not sufficiently interested. But I fail to see where the brutality comes in Messrs. Burns and ...

    Article : 504 words
  13. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—When a great matter engages the public mind we country people feel ourselves to be at a disadvantage, for it we wish to comment on it we appear in your columns, as ...

    Article : 344 words
  14. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir.—Mr. Burton Dibbs has been pleased to be facetious, but the honours fire with Mr. Simpson, who has had the courage of sincerity. If Mr. Dibbs means what he says he ...

    Article : 232 words
  15. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Permit me, to say a word on the late pugilistic battle and principals in it., As an old sport, who has witnessed many battles from Tom Sayers' fight with Heenan, the Benlcia ...

    Article : 165 words
  16. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—What a fuss to make over a few bruises and a little blood. Here are fathers, mothers, clergymen, women, men, clamouring in all keys and ways over what is as natural an ...

    Article : 969 words
  17. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—During the ton years that I have been abroad I have always heard of Australia being spoken of as a sporting country. It is very evident that we have a timid section of ...

    Article : 256 words
  18. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—I would like very much if you would kindly allow me to express my opinion in reference to the recent boxing contest. In the first place I might say that I am in favour ...

    Article : 321 words
  19. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Your outspoken leader, and many of the letters which you have published, will, I feel, do good service in helping to put down, before they get a deeper hold on our ...

    Article : 748 words
  20. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Women in New South Wales having the right to vote, and so to express their views and wishes politically, I would suggest that they now show themselves true to ...

    Article : 128 words
  21. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Now that what has been termed "The Great Prize Fight" is over, and a fresh challenge has been issued, is it not time for the thoughtful people of the State and the ...

    Article : 806 words
  22. ST. JOHN'S PARSONAGE.

    Sir,—In your issue of Saturday last you publish an account of an interesting find by a contractor engaged in the demolition of the old parsonage of St. John's, at Parramatta. ...

    Article : 409 words
  23. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—By your courtesy we desire to express publicly our deep sense of pain and humiliation at the disgrace brought on this fair city and the Premier State by the exhibition of the ...

    Article : 603 words
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