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VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE.

A friendly rifle match was held at Port Chalmers ou Saturday afternoon between teams representing the U.S.S. Company's employes and the members of the Corporation. The ranges were 200, 400, and 500 yards; soven shots at each. Eleven men a-sido fired, the result being as follows :

The Union Company thus scored 107 points over their opponents. The B Battery inaugurated the shooting season on Saturday afternoon with a match between teams of ten men a-side, chosen by Captain Proudfoot and Lieutenant Innes, the former's team proving victorious by 25 points. The ranges were 200, 400, and 500 yards; seven shots at each distance. CAI'TAIN PROUDKOOT'S TEAM.

200 . 400 600 yds. yds. yds. Tl. U.S.S. Company.. .. 172 174 117 - - 463 Corporation .. 135 124 07 - - 356

200 400 500 yds. yds yds. Tl. Gunner Gardner.. .. 25 20 18 - 72 Bombardier Stout .. 24 31 0 — 64 Gunner Nivcn .. .. 23 24 14 — 61 Gunner Baron .. 21 20 19 — 60 Captain Proud toot .. 28 23 0 — 80 Bombardier Webb .. 10 24 45 -68 Corporal Law .. 23 13 21 — 57 Gunner T. Stewart .. 26 20 10 - 56 Corporal Houghton .. 16 18 17 — 61 Gunner Tubman ... 11 19 14 — 44 Tota'.. 583 LIEUTENANT INNBS'S TEAM. Sergeant Cbalmer .. 28 81 16 - 73 Gunnor Speight .. 24 23 24 -71 Corporal Gray .. .. 18 23 24 — 65 Lieutenant Inncs .. 20 20 15 - 01 Gunner T. Davys .. 20 10 22 - 61 Gunner M'Naught .. 19 19 19 - 57 Gunner Hardwick .. 13 21 19 - 53 Gunner It Stewart ..20 21 8 ■ - 49 Gunner Tweedie.. ... 17 10 7 • -34 Gunner Baroham .. 10 8 13 ■ - 31 Total.. 558

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VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE., Issue 8055, 4 November 1889

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VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE. Issue 8055, 4 November 1889

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