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Arthur Glampett alias Sullivan has furnished the ' Wanganui Chronicle' with what amounts to a written confession that his real name is Clampett, and that recently he gave way to drink in Ghristchnrch. He gives a history of his career under the name of Sullivan, stating that he began evangelistic work in Auckland. Owing to the attacks of the Press while in Christchuroh and the hard work of the mission there he broke down, and subsequently fell old habit of drink and forgot himself, though he had only a week previously addressed a monster temperance meeting. This was the only time since his conversion that he has tasted drink. He asserts that his one object since his conversion has been to do good, and win others to lead better lives. Taking everything into consideration, it is his present intention to proceed on a lecturing tour, including singing and subjects connected with athletics.

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CLAMPETT OWNS UP., Issue 8046, 24 October 1889

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CLAMPETT OWNS UP. Issue 8046, 24 October 1889

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