We learn from Captain a*' Nab, the local representative of the M.Z.IL A. Council, that at the forthcoming Exhibition Riiie4eeting members of Government nflo cluos V7ill compete on an equal footing with regular volunteers, and the question as to their future status will be fought out at tho general meeting in January. Aa regards the tarpets, the Wimbledon target of lSßb—viz", 16in inner and 24in maupie—will bo jjsed at 200 and 300 yards. In one match the rosition will bo Btanding at 200, in another Reeling at 300; all the other ranges will bo 'ab,ci sxy position. Special concession* will be give? to cadet teams entering for the team inatefci and a eadot match will very likely be put upon fee programme. The Range Committee have not yal concluded tb.eic a«ra.tvftcmenta, but it is belayed a range will be secured at Musses burgii. The progressive system of shooting will be adopted,,
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VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE., Evening Star, Issue 7974, 1 August 1889
VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE. Evening Star, Issue 7974, 1 August 1889
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