1 RIFLE SHJOTING. » AKAROA AND PENINSULA RIFLE CLUB, A Miniature Rifle Club under the above heading is being formed in Akaroa, and the gentlemen below named have made dona> tions as honorary members. When Mr G Harper was in Akaroa assisting in starting tne Citizens Defence move merit, hie advised forming a miniature rifle club to give all young men in the district an opportunity to learn to shoot. Arrangements have been made to erect butts wherewith electric light practice can be carried out at anytime. Miniature rifles, with the 6emce pull, have been secured by Mr Whitley, and a range equal to 400 yards will be at the service of the club in the near future. Our orack shot, Mr Whitley, offers his services to coach the young idea in the art of . shootiug, and we feel suie he wiil be well supported by the Rev, Mr Hayward ond other crack shots of tbe district. A South African campaigner Mr C H. piavell, is hun, secretary, and will be glad to receive donations from anyone de- < I siring to become honorary The , motto of tbe club will be, as Lord Roberts j ■ j Simple colda neglected often lead to dan* | gerous complaints — hacking coughs, iq | fliierza, obstinate and painful nose troubles. I j ••NAZ.iL" positively cures Coughs and| B kindred evils at all stages. 1/6. f
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3476, 9 February 1915
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