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SHOOTING.

A bandloap match with points added rot drilie attended during last year, #ac Bred at the range this morning between h he membors of the Ashbnrton It flan. Ranges 200 and 300 yards, 5 Bhots at each range. The ehootinp was confined to the rank and fro, tho rfficers and Borgeant.a not competing. With a view to msklng the competition more interesting to 'hose shots other than firat-claes, the handicaps had been raised to 12 points for the limit In addition to points g*!nod for drill. Thio should have the iff-ot of causing every man to attend drill when abls to, as it Is intended to have a competition with the same conditions text year, when probably the priz.-s will be most valuable. Appended are the pr'za winners :—

g 4^ Name ;§»=„, _ Prize W*_ M H £ B. d.j Pto. Brophy 12 8 29 49 1 0 0 Pte. A. Craighead 12 7 26 45 015 0 Pte. H. Baker 9 11 25 45 010 0 Pte W. Hefford r< > 9 24 45 010 0 Pte. Willera Id 10 24 44 0 7 6 Pte. Undri 11 f 5 29 41 0 7 6 Pte. Andrewa a f 41 0 7 6 Pte. Jno. Muller 12 « tt 41 0 5 0 Corpl. G. Hefford 12 8 SI 41 0 5 0 Pte. Felton 6 5 28 39 0 5 0 Pte. J. W. Baker 0 8 31 39 0 5 0 Cor. W. MoDonalc 6 10 23 39 jO 2 6

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SHOOTING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2045, 24 January 1889

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SHOOTING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2045, 24 January 1889

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