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INTERPROVINCIAL

I Dunewn, October 28. A wrestling match took place at the Princess Theatre this evening''between D. C. Boss, champion of America, and Harry Dunn, champion of Australia The match was for £50 Jk-side, mid the Championship of theAVorld in five styles, viz., American side-hold, Grajco-Rouian, collar anl elbow, catch-as-catch-can, and Cornish and Devonshire style. Dunn secured falls, in the American side-hold, collar and elbow, *md Cornish and Devonshire styles ; and the American champion was victorious in Grceco-Roman and citch-as-catch-can styles. Ross afterwards offered to double the stakes; and wrestle Dunn again. The Litter said he would accept the challenge if the match were in private, and this was agreed to. At the Presl>y fceii-m iSynod the question of the Revision of the Confoesiou of Iwiith came up in the evening. The report of A long discussion ensued, and, the dissent was abandoned, tho question really the lust Synod's Committee recommended that they should wait until a solution of the difficulty had bocir arrived at by one of the older Churches. ■ Dr McGregor supported a dissent, on the ground of. the Committee refusing to 'transmit a paper he had read on the questions involved, being whether the Committee should be re-appointed, and 8a keeping the matter of the revision open, or discharged !>nd abandoning the revision for the presents It was decided by a majority of only one in a Synod of 100 members to continue the Committee.

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INTERPROVINCIAL, Ashburton Guardian, Volume X, Issue 2556, 29 October 1890

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INTERPROVINCIAL Ashburton Guardian, Volume X, Issue 2556, 29 October 1890

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