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  3. "COCKER" TWEEDIE TOO GOOD FOR PALMER.

    The contest at the Queen's Hall last evening was between "Cocker" Tweedle and Bill Palmer, and it was of a very lively description throughout. Both lads showed ...

    Article : 412 words
  4. CRIPPS GETS THE VERDICT ON A FOUL.

    Those who attended at the National Sporting Club, and they were not near as many as the earnestness and vigor of the fight deserved witnessed one of the most ...

    Article : 917 words
  5. NED MURPHY SCORES ANOTHER SCALP.

    Quite a National Sporting Club crowd attended at the Gaiety on Saturday night to witness the Ned Murphy-Sid Watson match, billed tho bout of twenty rounds ...

    Article : 589 words
  6. MAORI AND MURKAN IN MELBOURNE.

    Fitz-Geralds' permanent circus building, near Princes Bridge, which is said to have a seating capacity of close on 5000, though not anywhere near full, contained a ...

    Article : 936 words
  7. BOXERS AND THEIR DOINGS

    "Spider" Kelly and Ike Stewart have been matched to tight on November 19 at the Gaiety. Bill Smith, the Newcastle heavy-weight ...

    Article : 2,909 words
  8. BENEFIT TO BILLY MURPHY.

    The benefit arranged to help stranded Billy Murphy, whilom feather top-notcher of the world, takes place at the Gaiety next Friday night, thanks to Charlie ...

    Article : 318 words
  9. SWIMMING.

    The following interesting English swimming notes are from London "Sportsman" of September 5:— "In the absence of Eric Forsyth, David [?] experienced no difficulty in winning the Sea water ...

    Article : 1,256 words
  10. FROM GEORGE DAWSON.

    Writing from Chicago to Mick Dunn, under date August 24, George Dawson, aforetime light-weight champion of Australia, says ...

    Article : 355 words
  11. JACK BLACKMORE AND TOM MITCHELL.

    The National Sporting Club hasn't for a long time arranged a match that promises so well as that between Jack Blackmore and Tom Mitchell, to take place next ...

    Article : 142 words
  12. BATTLE AT HONOLULU.

    "Australian Tim" Murphy took the money in the fistic carnival, at the Orpheum last night, after five rounds of great battling with Hulhul, the native ...

    Article : 490 words
  13. WRESTLING.

    At this office on Friday, Robt. Svenson and Kombes, the Italian, came to terms for a wrestling and weight-lifting match. At wrestling there is to be one fall ...

    Article : 148 words
  14. SCRATCH-PULLING CHAMPIONSHIP.

    Yesterday at noon Peter Anderson, of Marshall's Brewery, and Albert Stepbenson, of the Army Service Corps, signed articles at this office for their match for the ...

    Article : 144 words
  15. AMATEUR TOP-NOTCHER GRIFFIN.

    Mr. Wilton Swift, the well-known theatrical promoter just over from New Zealand, who purposes opening at Newcastle shortly with a first-class show, which will ...

    Article : 290 words
  16. McDERMOTT WANTS A MATCH

    Out Newcastle correspondent writes:—Jim M'Dermott,l who has not been heard of since he gained the verdict over Maximillian in that badly arranged match on the Rugby Ground, is anxious to make ...

    Article : 372 words
  17. SOMETHING FOR JACK BRYANT.

    Dear "Amateur,"—Re Jack Bryant's letter through the "Referee" of the 28th inst. In the letter he refers to Moore as only being good enought to win a novice tournament. I would ...

    Article : 316 words
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