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VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE.

On Saturday morning the High School cadets tired a competition for prizes presented by Messrs J. Wilkie and J. Braithwaite, the conditions being seven Bhots and a sighter at 200, 400, and 500 yards. The variable S.W. wind which was blowing interfered somewhat with the shooting, but the light was good, and the scores at the latter rangeß were not up to the mark. The following shot best :

•m 100 bOO yds. yda. yds. H'oi ). Tl. Sergeant Herd . 'JO 32 14 10 — 7S Lieutenant M'Btearly . . 24 28 14 4 -70 Private Johnston . 24 20 11 15 - 70 Private Chamberlain . . 10 20 12 10 - 70 Sergeant Jolly .. . 22 17 20 7 -6tf Bugler Gillies .. . 23 23 9 11 — 68 Captain Montgomery . . 20 24 IS -65 Private Jack . 2o 20 10 '» - 64

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VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE., Issue 8037, 14 October 1889

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VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE. Issue 8037, 14 October 1889

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