The Ko. 3 0.8.V.-and the WaiM Rifles fired a. match the,other ,day on the local ruhge for £10," donated by Mr H. Pijßavry. The conditions were that competitors had , to fire'at chattle ■■'. men,".which, were on'y twelve inches.-.square, at unknown ranges. The match proved an Interesting one, as it was a matter of judging- the distances, which gave all the poor shots the same chance as the good ones. Following were the priie-takers:— ldeutenant Gardiner,..ls/: Privates Saunders, 10/; Gregory, 10/; Taylor, II; Salmou, 7/: Tarslow,: 5/;' Sergeant Corn.es, 5/; Privates Dennis, 5/; Kingsford, 3/; 3/;'Oeemihg,'3/: Johnston,'3/; Kandall,'3/; DraffiD, 3/; "Daldy, , 2/;- Bugler Tnylori 2/. ''The teams' -match:'resulted as follows :-r- Lieut. Gardiner's team, first, £2; Sergeant .Comes' team,;second, fl"10/; Private Pars'ow's' team, third,' £1; Captain Kbllirison's team; , fourth, 10/. = • v • ,
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