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On Saturday afternoon the Dunedin Rifle Club fired the final competition for a trophy presented by Mr A. J. Shaw. There was a fair attendance of members, but the shooting was not very brilliant, owing to the strong right front wind,.rain showers, and changing light. Ranges—soo, 600, 700 yards. The following are the highest scores:— 500 600 700 „ yds. yds. yds. Hep. TI. Mr E. A. Kolfe ... 25 22 19 2 68 Mr G. C. Proudfoot... 23 27 13 63 MrJ. T. Prain ... 24 23 14 gi Mr C. Speight 28 14 12 54 Mr J Alves 20 22 7 554 Mr W. R. Routledge 24 14 12 262

Mr E. A. Rolfe won the trophy with 135 points, Mr C. Speight being second with 127 points.

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DUNEDIN RIFLE CLUB., Issue 10477, 22 November 1897

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DUNEDIN RIFLE CLUB. Issue 10477, 22 November 1897

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