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[Special to the Star,]

CHRISTCHURCH, September 14,

Two private telegrams have heen received here from the sub-editor of the Melbourne ' Argus' re G. T. Sullivan. These state that this individual is not a brother of the American prize-fighter. They add that Professor Miller, of Melbourne, knew the socalled brother of J. L. Sullivan in America and Melbourne under the name of Clampett. The telegrams further state that Miller says the Amerioan pugilist has only one brother, named Michael, and he is a blacksmith, Clampett'a Melbourne friends are highly amused at his claiming to be a brother of the Amerioan fighter. Clampett or Sullivan, as he is called, still draws immense audiences in Christchurch, but only one minister now supports him,

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CLAMPETT OR SULLIvan?, Issue 8013, 16 September 1889

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CLAMPETT OR SULLIvan? Issue 8013, 16 September 1889

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