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The Sport at Birkenhead.

The Sport at Birkenhead.

At the School of Physical Culture, Bir. kenhead, Monday night, Dan Whellig*n promoted several contests. In the first bout of four rounds Billy Johnson (Liverpool) beat George Jones (Birkenhead) in round. Then young Conroy (Birkenhead) and Arthur Grimshaw (London) met go . fiftee
24 November 1906 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
THE ILLTJSTBATEX) POLICE NEWS.

THE ILLTJSTBATEX) POLICE NEWS.

24 November 1906 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
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30 October 1909 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
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23 February 1907 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
am isiik THE DOUBLE EVENT

am isiik THE DOUBLE EVENT

isiik THE DOUBLE EVENT Onr early opinion, backed tip by'inside knowledge, on the above popular races will be sent on receipt of 2s P.O. Sl stamped addressed envelope. And, further, the • LATEST INFORMATION will be despatched free letter to all sending for the above selections thr
23 February 1907 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
MUSTRATED POLICE NEWS

MUSTRATED POLICE NEWS

SATURDAY, October 30, 1909. COKING BOXING CHAMPIONSHIPS. Ta* rearrangement the championaliip weights and the conditions governing the matches made for championships, which occupied the attention of the committee the Natiohsl Sporting Club for some weeks last season, are already
30 October 1909 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
At Last,

At Last,

After m&ny weary weeke waiting the Arsenal scored second win, goal ■cored by Thompson giving them a welldeeerved victory over Eveorton, of all clubs ! Curiously enough the club deserved win the day, but the same time one would back Everton to beat them nine games out of ten. i E
30 October 1909 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
Fulham Beaten.

Fulham Beaten.

Fulham dropped two points compared with last season’s result losing Burnley by two goals to none. They were beaten by a better team on the play, but heavy rain, which fell without intermission all the day long, reduced the ground •and the players to such a condition that the gam
30 October 1909 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
RUGBY.

RUGBY.

Blackbeatb Just Beaten. After their brave shew against Newport was hoped Blackbeatb partisans that the Club would prove equal to the admittedly difficult task of beating Devon Albion, who reappeared at the Rectory ground after an* absence of a couple of rears. Expectations in th
30 October 1909 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
TH® ILLtrSTRATEI* POLICE NEWS. IT WAS A PURE ACCIDENT.

TH® ILLtrSTRATEI* POLICE NEWS. IT WAS A PURE ACCIDENT.

POLICE NEWS. IT WAS A PURE ACCIDENT. An inquest was held at Blast Grinstead on a steam-roller attendant, named Amos Greenaway, aged twenty, who was crushed by the engine, which ran backwards. To the doctor said, Would you mind seeing, sir, that mate is not blamed; it was pure acc
30 October 1909 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England