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August 3, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
_ MAKE YOUR OWN CICAKETTES _Lia, G ec . • LARGESTSALE ^G` BRITAIN

_ MAKE YOUR OWN CICAKETTES _Lia, G ec . • LARGESTSALE ^G` BRITAIN

August 3, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
gut DRISCOLL'S 'HEMS ON TRIAL.

gut DRISCOLL'S 'HEMS ON TRIAL.

DRISCOLL'S 'HEMS ON TRIAL. "MING. MAY U. zion. • 144:14o. sinexing" OM be obtained in the United Suites of America the News Co., WI, Duane Street, New York, or by order in advance from any bookseller or newsdealer in the country. Anyone experiencing difficulty in securing the pap
May 11, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
ance of the occasion, and was thus and more easily lured out of his natural stride. But when allowed to

ance of the occasion, and was thus and more easily lured out of his natural stride. But when allowed to

travel his own gait Hayes is a most awkward customer for any opponent, and is to-day boxing as well as he has ever done in his life. Ask Nat Willisuns. Marchant ought to win on form, and thus delight his fellow-townsmen. But form has a knack of coming unstuck at times. Young Pie
May 11, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
ILtit MIME

ILtit MIME

ILti t LOOK Gloves, YOUTHS' 3/- Let. MEN'S 3/6 set. Bniag ,-- 3 /4k Pair. Klikken, 113 each. Poach Bag Mitts, 1/- Pair. POST AU. tizt My Free List it r Aker prices' A. J. ROBERTSON, - ix-CROSS CUARPION. Broad Bridge St., PETlABllltbUtill. Save Dealers Pratio W " TOR Paid. Frew -
May 11, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
SOU.I-ILW''.7C7,_T E.)

SOU.I-ILW''.7C7,_T E.)

PLYMOUTH. J ed II Beaten. The battles at Plymouth this week have been productive of numerous surprises. Few thought that Young Caunter would have been able to beat Joe Jewell inside 3rdl. He did, however, in most decisive fashion. There was an element of luck in it, though. Cani
May 11, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
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May 11, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
WILL YOU HAVE ONE TO-DAY? Most Remarkable Offer Ever Made in a News Read what Luis Hardt, who has made the money, says.

WILL YOU HAVE ONE TO-DAY? Most Remarkable Offer Ever Made in a News Read what Luis Hardt, who has made the money, says.

Do you want to have the power to earn a huge salary? Do you want to become one of the healthful, foecef id, attractive. dominating men, whose health and strength enable them to make a success of the business of Life? If so, read what famous Hardt says about how he rose from bein
October 12, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
sible that the battle might have been over by now and Covent Garden added to the list of decisive battlefields

sible that the battle might have been over by now and Covent Garden added to the list of decisive battlefields

in the world's history; if only Mr. Gerard Austin had not intervened with a colossal scheme which had been manufactured in Birmingham. Mental loodlgestless. This looked fairly promising, but the best laid schemes of mice and men gang aft agley, especially when a promoter gets mi
October 12, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
Pluinstead Baths.

Pluinstead Baths.

The contest staged by Mr. Harry Williams in the above building between Bill Ladbury and Joe Wilson, over ao Imln. eds., was a veritable championship proposition, the form displayed, especially by Ladbury, being far above the average. The Deptford boxer wa•simply great, and could
October 12, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England