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A shooting competition took place on Saturday morning at Pelichet Bay range between the cadets of North Oamaru School and the cadets of Albany street School, Dunedin. The conditions were—Ten shots at 209 yds range. The contest was a close one, the Albany street team winning the match by 15 points. The totals were: Oamaru, 225 ; Dunedin, 240. Three of the competitors on each side scored 31 points each.

The Wakari Rifles fired the third and final competition for a set of pearls presented by Mr A. Smith on Saturday. The oonditions were that the highest aggregate in two out of three matches should be the winner. The following are the highest aggregates, from which it will be seen that Volunteer Dalziel is the winner : Ist 2nd oomp. oomp. Tl. Voluntocr U. Dalz'el .. ..49 64-103 Serjeant R. C. Wilson .. .. 61 45—96 Volunteer W. Jones .. ..48 45—93 Sergeant W. M'Mciken .. ..43 4S Volunteer James Elliott .. ..47 41 Volunteer A. Jones .. ..49 39—88 Volunteer 0. Miller .. ..43 44—87

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VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE., Issue 7905, 13 May 1889

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VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE. Issue 7905, 13 May 1889

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