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VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE.

The Port Chalmers Naval Artillery fired the final competition for their belt and medals yesterday afternoon, Seaman Hornby winning the belt, Petty - officer Wilson the gold medal, and Petty-officer Robertson tho silver medal. The following are tho scores :

1st 2nd 3rd comp. comp. comp, . Tl. Seaman Hornby 72 55 48 - - 176 Pctty-oflioer Wilson .. 55 48 59 - - 162 Petty-officer Robertson — 64 4(1 51 - - 161 Saaraan Marshall 56 4'J 60 - - 165 The City Guards fired their first match of the season this morning at the Pelichet Bay range. The weather was dull, with drizzling rain. Considering the want of practice, the scores were fairly good . The undermentioned made points: :— 200 600 yds. yds. Hdop. Tl. Pts. Corporal Clark .. 24 23 4 — 54 - - 5 Private E. Dray.. 25 19 10 64 - - i Private Jenkins™ 26 17 10 62 - -3 Privato M'Carthy 28 22 — 50 - - 2 Sergeant M'Carthy «. 29 20 - 49 - -1

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VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE., Issue 8057, 6 November 1889

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VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE. Issue 8057, 6 November 1889

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