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THE RINKS.

The City Hall Rink provides an amusing exhibition in the shape of a race Tricyole v, Skates. This should prove'rather an amusing contest, and no doubt will draw a large attendance.

Another large attendance assembled at the Palace Rink last evening, when the Kingsley Brothers appeared in a new performance—a double bicycle act, in which the young brother used a machine manufactured by Mr Melville, of this City. A number of local bicyclists rode to the rink and witnessed the performance, which was given without a hitch. Mr Crockford intends to try his skating powers against Mr Fred Kingsley, who will ride his bicycle ; the race coining off this week.

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THE RINKS., Issue 7943, 26 June 1889

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THE RINKS. Issue 7943, 26 June 1889

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