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SHOOTING

KIWI DEFENCE RIFLE CLUB. On Saturday afternoon the Kiwi Defence Rifle Club fired the final of three competitions (two highest to count) for prizes presented by Lieutenant-colonel Fredric, Lieutenant D. Cooke, and the club. Conditions; Seven shots and sightor at 500 and G.lO yards.

The following are (ho highest aggregates counting two matches out of three-.--

Rifleman O. Mellick* 65 63 o Rifleman W. Jlcilde* ... 52 54 -• 15 Ri fir man W. Wilson*... 52 52 ■ - 17 R 11. man it. Fogarty ... 6(1 - 58 118 Rifleman Telford Weir 49 50 18—117 Rifleman A. Brown ... 60 56 -- 11C 'Prize winners.

Principal Scores : — 500 GOO viis. vtis. Hep TI. Rifleman K. Napier ... * 50 ■ 25 5 -60 Rifleman R. OilUck ... 30 27 2 -59 Rifleman a Farr 28 28 5 -59 Rifleman W. Meiklo ... 50 24 b -59 Rifleman T. Weir 2H 22 u--59 Rifleman R. Fogarty... 51 27 — — 58 Rifleman D Parsons ••• 51 2d — - 5V Rifleman W. Mackty ... 28 28 — — 56 Rifleman W. Fletcher... 50 2n — — 56 Rifleman A. Brown ... 51 24 — — 55 Rifleman ■0. Mellick ... 27 27 i — 55 Rifleman W. MMCeich... 28 24 2 - 54 Rifleman P. Clayton ... no 25 8 - 55 Rifleman A'. Keitli 28 24 — 52 Rifleman T. Jones 25 21 2 — 51 Rifleman It. K. Johnston 20 24 *— — 50 Rifleman F. Burgess ... 24 22 4 — 30 Rifleman F. Silvias ••• 25 18 9 - 30

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SHOOTING, Issue 15651, 16 November 1914

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SHOOTING Issue 15651, 16 November 1914

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