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THE SPORTMAN'S FRIEND.

SATURDAY-'EVENINQ EDITION; . . IKDISPESrSABLE. ,; Among to-morrow evening's l Sports Edit tion articles, prominence must be given, to an amusing- satirical contribution by our London correspondent on how to I reduce the brutal element in boxing. Dr. Moran,. captain of the "Wallabies," ivho have just returned! to Australia, discusses at length the Rugby game. There will 'be found a quantity of other well selected , general leading matter, as vrell as complete colonial sporting results and comments. Appended! is a list of agents where you can (have your order for the' ipaper :■ — CITY— -. , Runners at. all Queen-st. Corners ■Railway Bookstall Messrs WilOman and Arey (Branca Shop), Lower Qneen-st. Mr P. D. ; McCarthy, Lower Queen-sr, Mr K. Mackay, Queen-st. « Mr G. Totman, Lower Queen-st. Mr W. Groves, dpp. Opera House, Wel-lesley-st. Miss Donovan, Victorla-st., near Hob- . son-street. Mr. J. Waters,' Victoria-street, near AJ-oert-street. Mr. D. Sullivan, Victoria-street W. Mrs. T. HlggVns, cor. WeUesley and Federal streets. Mr. F. Jones, Hobson-street, cor. We/ lington-street. Mr D. Goldie, cor. Nelson ana ■Wellington sts. DEVONPORT— Mr. D: Woollams, Vlctotla-road. Mrs. Bayley, King's Parade. EDEN TERRACE— Mr W. Topps; near Exmouth-st The Elite Stationery Shop, opp. Domin-ion-rd. GREAT NORTH-BOAD— Miss Baterson. Mr. S. W. Strlngtellow. Mr. E. Goodman. Mr H. Skinner, King-st. JERVOIS-ROAD— Mr. Harvey, opp. Car Barn. EAKASGAHAPE-EOAD— Mr. A. Aley. Mrs Healey Mr W. Kllpatrick. Mrs. A. C. Walter. Miss Renouf, Pitt-street Building*, Mrs. Soth, cor. Pitt-street, KIN G-S LAND— Mr. A. W. Page. MT. EDEN-RD.— Mr Lines, Stationer, opposite Butlelgnst. Mr E. T. Hedley, Corner Boston-rd. Mr K. G. I'itehfora, Cuelisey's Buildings. MT. ROSK.ILL— Messrs. Burton and Uash, Dominionroad. Miss Moffat, Dovninion-rd. Mr J. r\V. Bridgman, Domiuion-rd. NETTMARKET— Messrs. Lumsden and Co. ONEHUNGA— . Mir. A. U. Oranrod. OTAHUHUH. Jackson, Tobacconist PARNELL— Mr IV. Lorking, opp. Bishopscourt Mr. E. Auger, Manukau-road. PONSONBY-ROAD— Mrs. Hutcheon, opp. Richmond-road. Mrs Romeril. cor. Franklin-rd. Mr S. C. Hunt, Three Lamps RICHMOND AND ARCH HILL— Mr E. H. Butler, Richmond-avenue Mrs Jones, Richmond-avenue SYMONDS-ST:— Mr G. Tomlinsou Mr X. Smith, Corner Kbyber Pass

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THE SPORTMAN'S FRIEND. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909

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