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NEW ZEALAND RIFLE ASSOCIATION.

(Bv Telegraph.) Rife Camp, To-day. The weather continues beautiful. It is dead calm to-day, but very hot. The ninth and tenth matches, which decide the respective championships, are proceeding slowly, the men being squadded, so that those with the highest aggregate will not tire the final stages until late in the afternoon, when a largo attendance of visitors from town are expected to witness the conclusion. Later. The carbine championship was won by Armstrong (Thames), with 273 points.

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NEW ZEALAND RIFLE ASSOCIATION., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 285, 5 March 1881

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NEW ZEALAND RIFLE ASSOCIATION. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 285, 5 March 1881

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