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OUR SPORTS EDITION.

A NOTABLE ISSUE:' The interesting position of the world's boxing championship alfords the subject of another amusing cartoon to appear in the **Sports Edition" of the "Star" this evening. These < interested. ,'_. in f the subject will, alio-" find . their, "needjs, catered for by some entertaining reading matter. An ' article that will attract attention deals with athletic re-coi-de, and there will be found a great deal' of other attractive reading for sportsmen and athletes. _ We cannot too often impress on you thatcthis. day night issue of the ■ }*' on *»" that you cannot afTbr_'to -liss" if "you take an interest" in sport of any description. And to make sure of obtaining a copy yon must leave your order with one of the agents.. There is no agent on the appended list who is not able to supply you by about nine o'clock, the names and addresses ot agents are as follow: — CITY— __ Messrs "vVUdinan and Arcy C_r_ncn Sbop), Lower Queen-st. Mr F. D. McCarthy, Lower Qucen-st, Mr R. Mackay, Queen-st. I Mr G. Totman, Lower Queen-st. ' Mr W. Groves, opp; Opera .House,- ..Wel-lesley-st. Miss Donovan, Vlctoria-st, near Hob-sou-street. Mr. J. Waters, Victoria-street, near A*-Dert-street. Mr. D. Sullivan, Victoria-street W. Mrs. T. Hle-glns, cor. WeUeslejr and Federal streets. Mr. F. Jones, Hobson-street, cor. Wa* llnglon-street. Mr D. Goldie, cor. Nelson and Wellington sis. i DEVOMPOHT— Mr. D. Woollams, Victoria-road. • f Mrs. Btylej, Ki-f _ Parade. EDEN TEKHACE— Mr W. Topps, near E_moutU-st. Tbe Elite Stationery Shop, opp. Domln-lon-rd. GREAT NORTH-ROAD— Miss Paterson. , Mr. S. W. Strlngfellow. ' Mr. E. Goodman. GREY LYNN-- • Mr H. B. Butler, Richmond-rd. Mrs Jones, Rlcbmond-rd. JERVOIS-ROAD— Mr. Harvey, opp. Car Barn. SARANGAHAPB-BOAD— Mr. A- Aley. j. , * Mrs Ilealey Mr W. Kllpatrlck. Mrs. A. C. Walker. Mlm Renoul, rut-street Bnlldlsxa. '" Mrs. Roth. cor. Pitt-afreet KINGSLAND— . _v ■'_ Mr. A. W. Page. \" MT. EDEN— Mr B. G. Pltchford, Cuckaey's Buildings. MT. ROSKILL— Mcsirs. Burton and Gash, Dominionroad. Miss Moffat, Domlnlon-rd. Mr J. W. Brldginan, Domluion-rd. NEWMARKET— Messrs. Lumsden and Co. ONEHUNGA— Mr. A. n. Onnrod. OTAHUHU— H. Jackson, Tobacconist PARNELL— Mr. W. Lorklng, opp. Bishops Conn. Mr. 15. Auger, Manukau-re^d. PONSONBY-ROAD— Grey Lynn Library, opp. Western Park. Mrs. Hutcheon, opp. Richmo-id-road. Mrg Hoiucrll. cor, gran-llu-rd.

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OUR SPORTS EDITION. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909

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