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VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE.

The Dunedin Navala opened their shooting season by firing a match on Saturday afternoon. Sides were chosen by Lieutenant Strong and Lieutenant Dunlop. The match, which was very enjoyable, resulted in a tie, both teams scoring 441 points. The ranges were 200 and 500 yards; seven shots at each. The shooting was not satisfactory, some very poor scores being made, especially at 500 yds, some of the men failing to find the target. After the match a trial of some special Whitney ammunition was made, but it scarcely came up to Victorian standard. The following are the scores : Lieutenant Strong's Team.

200 500 yds. yds. n. Gunner Bain ... 23 27 ■ -50 P.O. Woollett ... 27 22 -49 P.O. Mackie ... 20 18 - 44 Gunner Russell... ... 23 20 - 13 Gunner Harrop ... ... 2li 12 -33 Gunner White ... ... 22 12 - 34 L.G. Williams ... 2.1 10 — 33 Lieutenant Strong ... 24 7 — 31 Gunner Davidson ... 15 11 — 2(i Gunner Herd ... « M — 25 Gunner Hutchings ... 1C 5 - 21 Gunner Sinclair... ... 14 5 — 19 Gunner Joase ... ... 14 0 — 14 Gunner Lockhart ... 4 10 - 14 Total 441 Lieutenant Duxlop's Team. Gunner Hood ... ... 24 21 — 45 P.O. Fredric 22 20 - 42 Lieutenant Dunlop '.'.'. 25 ]G - 41 Gunner D. Fraser ... 2S 13 — 41 P.O. Davis ... 20 20 - 40 Gunner Silvius ... ... 23 17 — 40 Gunner Morrison ... 18 18 — 30 Gunner Turner ... ... 21 9 - 30 Gunner Johnston 17 12 - 29 Gunner Crawford '.'.'. 13 14 Gunner Rush ... ... 13 13 — 215 Gunner Critchfield ... 1(5 11 - It! Gunner Cole ... 14 I) - 14 Gunner Mmnn ... 0 - 14 Total 441

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VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE., Issue 10438, 6 October 1897

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VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE. Issue 10438, 6 October 1897

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