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.1 /NiLsoifj Match No. 4r—Volunteers only. \jpO, 500, 600 yards; seven iTounda'atfctoh dfe* tance. Prizes— L 9, LB, L 6, L 5, two of L 3, three of L2, ten of'Ll. 'The following are the prize-takers 'in bideri' 1 — Hall (Waimea), 73; Private Doidge (Stoke)j 72 ; Burr (Wellington)/. 171 ;.!iPiyiler (Stoke) and Doidge, i Sergeant (Swke), each 70; A. (Blenheim), 69; Hut* chinson (Dunedin), Rogers, (Bl^nhena), - each 68; ThorhurtT (Stoke),. Sftaw' (Wei* lington), M'Donald 1 (Marten), Rowlings (Nelson), Matheson (Brnce);-'eachl m { Taylor {Auckland), -' Hunter {Wttim64), Hitching (Nelson), Howell (Ta&UUkO, Foster (Wanganui), each ; (Waimea), 65.. The r following also 1 made 65, but receive no ■ prizes ; { —Sergeant Ballinger, Dingle, HoskinS, ! , .GrosSnaan, Loveridge.- The ’ Ellis; Nutsford, Cooper, E. Linstrom, O’Key. The followingßtSae 63 .' Woolley, Waddell, S, Wilson, Bradley, Purnell, The remainder made .62 downwards. (The weather was fine during tbe day, bjut sMicertain, and at times a stiff breOee blew across the range,’ interfering a good Seal with the scores at. the .long ranges- The sixth and seventh matches have been 1 tofts* menced. For the Rifle GWampionshep, So far, the following are the highest aggregates: —Hall (Nelson), 108 ; Paynter (Stoke), 106; Private Doidge (Stoke), ‘ Ijtojirell (Taranaki), each 105; Burr (WeUingtpa), Sergeant Doidge (Stoke), Hoskins (Taraaaki), A. Sutton (Blenheim), each. 104; Rogers (Blenheim), Thorhurn (Stoke), each 103; Hunter (Waimea), 102; Loveridge (Taranaki), Taylor (Auckland), Hutchinson (Dunedin), M'Donald (Marton), Dingle (Taranaki), each 101; Hitching (Nelson), Rowlings (Nelson), Waddell, each 100. j ‘ For the Carbine Championship the following are the highest aggregates’ sp far:—Armstrong (Thames), 108; Cameron (Thames), 107; H. Dixon (Wellington), 106; Smith (Nelson), Thomas (Thames), Thompson (Port Chalmers), each 105; Bennett (Wellington), Irigle (Wellington), M'Lean (Wanganui), Perry (Wanganui), Wisdom (Wanganui), each 104; F. France (Wellington), Thompson (Dunedin), each 103.

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NEW ZEALAND RIFLE ASSOCIATION., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 283, 3 March 1881

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NEW ZEALAND RIFLE ASSOCIATION. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 283, 3 March 1881

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