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CHORLTON RIFLE CLUB.

The Chorlton Rifle Club held thei. annual dance in the Montgomery Hall on Boxing night, December 26 During the evening the president of the club presented the club priz°s to the successful shots. There were a fine selection of prizes to present, and j one of the most successful shots was Joe Haines, of Okain's, who won three prizes. C. Craw was also a prominent prizewinner, and V. Craw won the Ladies' Plate, There were also numerous money prizes pre sented. The evening was spent in dancing, and the gathering proved itself boobs successful, VISITORS TO THE DISTRICT. Visitors to Little Akaloa include Misses Hillner and Gates, who are staying with Mrs A. H. Mcintosh. Misses Jeykell and Josephs, and the Rev. Clark and family are spending their holidays at Mr C. P. Kayo's residence in Decanter Bay. Miss A. MjLeod, of Oamaru, is visiting Mrs J. A. Hunter, of Little Akaloa.

RIFLE SHOOTING.

C. Craw, the well known local rifle shot, is at present visiting the. Auckland Exhibition in connection with the big Exhibition shoot. He is the only Peninsula representative we understand, and we hope he will distinguish himself as usual.

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CHORLTON RIFLE CLUB., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4362, 6 January 1914

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CHORLTON RIFLE CLUB. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4362, 6 January 1914

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