17["World of Sport", The Sunday Times (Perth, WA), Sunday 05 March 1911, page 14]

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It is not likely that the manager of the Comet Skating Rink at South Beach will put on any more boxing contests in which one of the principals is an unknown man, such as was Corbett (or whatever his name is), the victim of Black Paddy's furious assault last Monday night. It was advertised that a purse of 50 was given by Mr. Doyle for this bout, and presuming that the principals insisted on the new aspirant to fight-promoting honors keeping to his promise to donate that amount, there must have been a loss on the transaction. The show put on was a poor one, for the simple reason that Black Paddy's opponent knew nothing about boxing; and it was a disgusted mob which filed out of the rink when the big, lumbering baker from the Koombana was carried to his corner in a state of collapse. Corbett was the softest thing Paddy ever had handed out to him in his natural. The loser is supposed to have won several battles in the East. We have nothing but sympathy for the men he beat there.

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