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  2. THIRD ANNUAL MEETING OF THE NEW SOUTH WALES RIFLE ASSOCIATION AT RANDWICK.

    The success which has attended all the meetings of the Rifle Association—the improvement which the shooting at each of the annual gatherings exhibits over that of the one previous—and the incessant, ...

    Article : 2,073 words
  3. THE MATCH.

    The match was commenced on Thursday morning under the most favourable auspices, the wind being light from the east snd subsequently from the north-east, and the weather fine. At the first range, 200 yards, the shooting ...

    Article : 1,206 words
  4. THE NEW SOUTH WALES TEN.

    Mr. Brownlow has, perhaps, shot in more matches than any other man in the colony, and is undoubtedly the most indefatigable rifleman we have among us. He practises almost incessantly, both with the Enfield and Henry, and consequently has ...

    Article : 1,826 words
  5. PRESENTATION OF THE PRIZES.

    At half-past two o'clock the Volunteers fell in by companies at the distance-post, and were put through a few preliminary movements. They were shortly afterwards joined by four companies of the Naval ...

    Article : 1,942 words
  6. THE INTERCOLONIAL RIFLE MATCH.

    THE second Intercolonial Rifle Match for the possession of a challenge shield, value £300, to become the property of that colony which shall win it three times consecutively, and which has been twice contested for between Victoria ...

    Article : 1,326 words
  7. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9TH.

    On this day the weather was much finer than the previous day, indeed had it not been for the dazzling glare of the sun tne weather would have been all that could be desired. The shooting comprised the two ...

    Article : 206 words
  8. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10TH.

    On Saturday the proceedings of the third annual meeting of the Rifle Association were brought to a close, by shooting off the long ranges, the Members' Cup, a review of the Volunteers, and the presentation ...

    Article : 2,585 words
  9. THE COMPETITORS.

    Captain Couchman, of Castlemaine, has on numerous occasions distinguished himself with the rifle. At the annual meeting of the Victorian Rifle Association, in 1862, he was the winner of the first prize of £50, as the scorer in match No. 1, at 200, 500, and ...

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