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The weather was again distinctly unfavourable for good marksmanship this morning...;.- The wind was not -Unduly strong at the commencement of the firing, but light rain passed ovw the range at infrequent intervals. Later on the wind at times increased in' violence, and well-known shooters found the conditions very baffling.

The following are/results :— NELSON MATCH, 800 and 900 yards

Ten shots. Bisley targets. Rifleman .Mclver (T,e Afmutu), £4 92 Rifleman Patrick (A' kland), £3 4s ,91 Rifleman Soper (Tuamarina), £3 4s" 89 Rifleman Given (Suburbs), £2 8s 89 Rflmn Kummer (M'ricev!le), £2 8s 88 Rflnin Lumsdeh (R'ngitikei), £2 8s 88 HAWKE'S BAY MATCH, 900 yards..

' Ten shots. Bisley targets. Lieut. Simmonds (Blenheim), £4^ 49 Sergt. Narbey (11th Regt.), £3 4s 47 Rifleman Feast (Opaki), £3 4^ ... 47 , Rifleman Given. (Suburbs), £2 8s 46 Rifleman Ingram (Shannon), £2 8s 46 I Rifleman White (Auckland), £2 8s 45 An EXTRA- MATCH, of 1000 yards, seven shots, was fired this afternoon. The following were the results:— ■ Rifleman' Law (Te Awamutu), £2 34 Rflmn Harrison (Kaponga), £1 10s 33 Corpl. L. Loveday (9th (Regt.), / ,£1 10s ... ... ......... - 33 Rifleman Feast (Opaki), £1 ... »31 Rifleman Sunnex (Sounds),'.£l ... 31 ; The Trentham Aggregaie. Masefield (Sounds), £4 ... ... ... 416 Oliver (King Country), £3 4s ... 413 Milroy (Nelson), £3 4s 413 Belt Aggregates. With- the ; Taranaki Match, 1000 yards, and the Otago Match, 800 yards,, still to be fired, the following are the leading aggregates for the Belt :-^- Rflmn A. A. Oliver (King Country) 449 Lieut. Simmonds (Blenheim) ;.. 447 Rifleman J. Given (Suburbs) ... 442 Rifleman Masefield: (Sounds) ' ... 441 j Rifleman Milroy (Nelson) ... ... 441 Rifleman W. J. Mason (D'nevirke) 437 1 Rifleman-D. Mclntosh (Opaki) ... 43b Rifleman D. Roots (Patea) ... ... 435 Rifleman J .Cheeseman (T'marnia) s4oo Rifleman G. Devore (Auckland)... 4: Rifleman W- Mclver (Te Awamutu) 433 Rifleman Bent (Auckland) ...... *32 Rifleman A. Soper (Tuamarma)... 4-3J Rifleman H. Loveday (Ohura) ... .4AA Rifleman W. Dewar (Oamavu) ... 4di

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THE TRENTHAM MEETING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8809, 4 March 1914

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THE TRENTHAM MEETING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8809, 4 March 1914

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