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OUR SPORTS EDITION.

I • i A NOTABLE I&SUE. M The interesting position of the world'! ] boxing championship aifords the subject) of another amusing cartoon to appeaiS in the ''Sports .Edition" ot' the "Star ,, tc-rnorrow evening. Those interested in the subject will also "find their need4 v catered for by some entertaining read* ing matter. An article that will att tract attention deals with athletic te» cords, and there will be found a greaS deal of other attractive reading fo| sportsmen and athletes. We cannot 464 often impress on you that this Sa-tuw day night issue of the ■'Bta-T , ' U that you cannat afford to miss if you take an interest in sport oi any 'des* eription. And to make sure of obtain* I ing a copy yon must leave your ordeß with one "of tie agents. There Jβ «a agent on the appended list who is ~not able to supply yoa by about nine o'clock. The names a.nd addressee >oi agents are as follow: — CITY— Messrs Wlldmau and Arey (Branch Shop), Lower Queen-st. Mr V. 11. McCarthy. I.oweo Queen-st, Mr U. Muckuy. Qucen-st. Mr G. Totman, Louver Queeiift. Mr W. Groves, opp. Opera riouse. We* lesley-st. Miss DouoTan. Victorla-st., neat Hole son-street. Mr. J. Waters, Flctoria-street. ne»ri> i oert-street. i Mr D. SnlUvaii, Vleiorla-etreet W. Mrs. T. Hitafius, cor. Wellesicy aa4 Federal streets. Mr. F. Jones, Hobsar.-street, cot. W«fi Ungton-street. Mr D. Goldie. cor. Nelsoa sud Welling* ton srs. DEVONTOKTMγ. D. Woollams, Ylctorla-road. Mis. Bnyley, King's Parade. EDEN TERKACE— Mr W. Topps, near nxciouth >t. The Elite Stationery Sbop, opp. Domic* lou-rd. GREAT NOUTII-ROAD — Miss Patei-son. JJr. S W. Strlngfcilow. Mr, K. Goodman. GRKT [AKX,Mr H. K. ButJcr. h-lehiu«n« re. Mrs Jones, JEHVOIS-ROAD— Mr. Harvey, opi>. Cci Bat KAKANGAIUPE-iiOiD ■- Mr. A. Aley. Mrs Keuley Mr W. Kllpatricii. I Mrs. A. C. Waiter. 1 Miss Renouf, I'lU-*tr«e( BUldlncft Mrs. Roth. cor. P«t-Btr«,t. EIXGSI.AXD — Mr. A. W. Pat*. MT. 101>EN— Mr l<. G. ritchfoi-a. CacJncj's MT. BOSKILir--Messi-s. UurtOD and Uaah, Doinluloari road. / Miss Aloil'at, Dntulnioii-rd, Mi- J. VV. Bridfc'iiiua. Doi.iluioft-rd. KEWMAttKE'fMessrs. LumsGcn and Cα O.VEI-JUNCiA— Mr. A. n. Ocmrod. OTAHUHU— H. Jaclison, Tobaoeontut PAENELI/_ Mir. W. Ijorklnjf, opp. Wihop* Ceaß. Mr. E. Aufior, Mtauliau-road. r'OXSOXBX-H-OAD— Orey Lynn Library, P*tß(" Mra. Hutchton, apg. Kiohnoad-noit \

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OUR SPORTS EDITION. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 67, 19 March 1909

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