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HAV^RKuttDWii'ST POSTAL REGULATIONS

HAVERFORDWEST RIFLE VOLUNTEERS.

HAVERFORDWEST BOROUGHS.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

! ROOSE PETTY SESSIONS.

JOINT-COUNTIES ASYLUM, CARMARTHEN.

HAVERFORDWEST RIFLE ASSOCIATION.

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HAVERFORDWEST RIFLE ASSOCIATION. The annual meeting of this Association commenced on Monday, under the presidency of Mr Scourfield, M.P Lord Lieutenant of Haverfordwest, The weather on Monday was very fine, and favourable for rifle shooting but on Tuesday it rained heavily during the greater portion of the day. and the scores were not so high as they otherwise would have been. On Wednesday the weather was exceedingly boisterous, and made accurate shootirg at the lorg ranges a matter of considerable difficulty. The programme contained a number of prizes which were extensively divided. The following is the result of the shooting for the various prizes: A PItIZE OF j615, restricted to members of the Haverfordwest Corps. Ranges 200 and 500 yards, five shots at each distance: 200 500 Tl. 1 Private Geo. Davies, (2nd) £ 3 14 15 29 2 W.E.Jones £ 2 12 17 29 3 Corp. B. Davies £ l 13 14 27 4 Private T. Rogers £ 1 13 14 27 5 Col.-Sergt W.E.Jones 10s 14 J3 27 6 Private W. Morgan IOs 12 14 26 7 „ John Morris 10s 11 15 26 8 „ Thomas Byrne 10s 14 12 2G 9$(!rgt.-Maj< r Roid 10s 14 11 25 10 Private George Morris 10s 13 12 25 It Jolm Mathias 109 12 13 25 12 „ John Jones. 10j 12 13 25 13 L.-Corp. S. Thompson 10s 14 10 24 14 Private James Evans 10s 13 11 24 15 John Morris, (1st). 10s 12 12 24 16 „ A.Lewis. ]0s 11 12 23 17 John Ducknetd lOa 14 9 23 18 „ W. M, Phillips. 10s 14 9 23 19 T. Waters 5s 12 10 22 20 W. Griffiths 58 10 12 22 21 George Williams 5s 12 10 22 22 Sergf.-Major White 5s 13 9 22 LORD LIBUTENASf'a PRIZE OP £10, restricted to the flaverfotd west Volunteers, with jM added by the Assooiati n. Ranges 50& and 600 yards, five shots at each distance;- m 500 600 Tl. 1 Sergt. T. L James ^4 15 39 2 Private Geo. Davies, (2nd). £3 12 16 28 3 W. E. Jones. X2 11 15 26 4' „ John Davies £ 10 1,5 25 5 CoI.-Sergt. W. E. Jones .g). ]5 10 25 6 L.-Corp. S. Thompson 10s 14 11 25 •7 Corp. li. Davies }0s 13 12 25 8 Private W. VVilkins 10a 13 10 23 9 „ DP. Daviers 10s 10 13 23 10 „ W. Davies 10s 14 9 23 11 „ Geo. Davies log 10 ]3 23 12 S 'rgt.-Major White 5s 17 6 23 13 Sergt.-MnjorReid. 53 10 12 22 14 Col.-Sergt. Morris 58 10 11 21 15 Private R. I. Jones 5s 15 5 20 COL. PEEL'S PRIZE OF £ 10. restricted to members of the Haverfordwest Corps. Ranges 200 and 600 yards, five shots at each distance — 200 600 Tl. 1 Sergt. T. L. James £ 2 14 14 28 2 Private A. Lewis jEl 14 13 27 3 Sergt. T. Lloyd 10s 13 13 26 4 fol -Sergt. W. E: Jones 10s" 14 11 25 5 Private W. VVilkins 10s 11 10 24 6 R. Davies 10s 14 10 24 7 „ D. P. Davies 10s 13 10 23 8 „ T. Rogers 10s 11 11 22 9 John Davies 5s 11 11 22 10 John Mathias 53 11 11 22 II Be". Davies 5s ]2 9 21 12 John Rogers 53 13 g 21 13 John Morris. (1st). 5s 14 7 21 14 Geo Davies, (2nd) 5s 14 7 21 15 VV. E Jones 5s 12 9 21 16 „ W. M. Phillips 5s 12 8 20 17 Col.-Sergt. VV. PI. Morris 5s 11 9 20 18 Private W. J. Davies 53 14 5 19 19 t, W Skinner. 58 14 5 19 20 John Morris. 5s 9 9 ]8 21 Corp. B. Davies 5s 13 5 18 22 Private John Jones 5s 14 4 15 23 „ VV. Morgan. 5s 16 2 18 24 „ W. Codd 5a 14 3 j7 PICTON CASTLE CUP OR £ 5, (at the option of tbe winner) presented by Mrs Philipps, of Picton Castte, for competition by the Haverfordwest Volunteers, with £10 added by the Association. Ranges 200 and GOO yards, five shots at each distance 1 O » T 1. Tt • 200' 600 Tl. 1 Private John Davies (winner of the Cup or X5) 15 15 80 2 Sergt. 1. L. James X2 ic 11 27 0 Col.-Sergt. W. E. Jones £ 2 ]{ 27 4 Private George Webber £ 1 16 10 26 5 W. E. Jones. jgl 13 12 25 6 „ John Jones zel 12 12 24 7 „ George Morris 10s 13 11 24 8 Sergt.-Major Reid 103 14 10 24 9 Private George Williams 10s 11 11 22 10 W. Davies 10* 13 9 22 II Ben. Davies 58 14 7 21 12 „ John Rogers 5* n 9 2t 13 William Griffiths 5s In 9 19 14 Thomas Waters. 5s 11 8 n, WILLI,IMSTON CUP, Presented by Mrs Scourfjeld, of Williaroston, for com- petition by the Haverfordwest Volunteers, with £10 ndded by the Association. Ranges 200and 600 yards, five shots at each distance' „ 200 600 Tl. 1 Private Geo. Morri?, (win- ) ner of tbe Cup and Asso- 14 14 28 ciation prize of £ 2) j 2 L.-Corp. S. Thompson £ 2 16 11 27 1 3 Sergt. T. L. James £1 IG 10 2<i 1 4 Col.-Sergt. W. E. Jones .Gl 13 12 25 5 Private George Williams £ 1 12 11 23 6 D P. Davies 10s 12 It 23 7 Corp. B. Davies 103 15 7 2'» 8 Private T. Rogers 10s 13 8 21 9 „ T Byrne 10s 13 8 £ > 10 „ A.Lewis 5s 16 5 2i 11 » W. M.Phillips 5s 17 4 21 12 John Morris (1st). 5s 13 7 5n 13 „ W. VVilkins ÕS 12 7 19 A PRIZE OF ££0, restricted to members of the Haverforlwest Corps who have never won a prize of the value of £ L at any previoaB meeting. Range 400 yards, five shots. 400 1 Private B. Davies £ 2 16 2 George Williams £ 1 16 3 „ John Duckfield. 10s 15 4 Corp. B Dsvies 10s 15 5 Private VV. Davies 10s 14 6 „ T.Byrne 10s 13 7 James Williams 10s 13 8 W. E. Jones 10s 13 9 Corporal W. James 59 13 10 Private C. Warren 5s 13 11 „ G. Webber 5s 13 12 W. Skinner 5s 12 13 „ W. Griffiths 5s 10 14 „ T. Thomas 5s 9 15 „ W. Morgan 5s 9 16 D. John 59 9 17 John Mathias 5s 8 18 „ R. Will;iims 5s 8 10 John Lloyd 5s 8 20 „ R. Davies 5s 8 21 T.Collins 5s 6 22 „ W.M.Phillips 53 5 23 „ T. Jenkins 53 5 24 James Evans 53 5 BATTALION PRIZE OF £ 20, Competed for by the members of the Corps forniing the Pembrokeshire Rattalion of Volunteers. Ranges2C0, aO and 600 yards, five shots at each distance;— 200 5 0 COO y* 1 Capt. Brady, H. West £ 10 15 11 10 2 Sergt. T. L, James, H. West £ 5 15 13 8 A 3 Col.-Sergt.. W. H. Morris, „t H West £ 3 13 11 11 5 Corporal Jones, Cardigan £ 2 12 11 10 153 LORD CAWDOR'S PRIZE OF £5, restricted to effective Volunteers of the County of pem" broke. Range 600 yards, five shots. 600 1 Sergt. T. L. James, ( £ 2) 15 2 Sergt.-Major Reid, ( £ 1 10s). 10 3 Private W. M Phillips, (£1). 9 4 John Jonea (10s) 9 COUNTY MEMBER'S PRIZE OF £10, With £ 15 added by the Association, competed for by members of the Corps forming tbe Pembrokesu'' Battalion of Volunteers. Ranges 200 and 500 yaid»> shots at each distance. 200 1 Capt. Brady £ 5 13 16 2 Sergt. Morris, Cardigan £ 3 J5 |3 3 Private George Morris, IIaveriordwest £ 2 14 L 4 „ VV. E.Jones, „ £ 1 17 2 5 SersrtT L. James, „ £ 1 17 3 L 6 Sergt-Major Reid, jf £ i n ll L 7 Private John Davies, £ 1 13 \l 8 „ D. P. Davies, „ £ 1 13 1; \k 9 L.-Corp. S. Thompson, £ 1 12 94 10 Corporal Jones, Cardigan £ 1 14 1° U 11 Private VV. Davies, Haver.ordwest £ 1 15 12 „ R.I.Jones, „ £ i 12 10 g 13 Corp. li. Davies, „ ..10s 12$ 14 Private T. Byrne, ..10s 14 ° .15 Corp. Andrews, ..10s 14 ai 16 Col.-Sergt. W.E.Jones, ..10s 14 17 Private John Morris, „ ..10s 10 1" an 18 „ W. Wilkins, „ ..10s 13 1 19 „ D. Phillips, „ ios 13 6 20 20 W.Rogers, „ ..10s 14 10 21 Colonel Pee), ..10s 11 j9 22 Private John Jones, „ ..10s 10 19 23 „ George Williams, ..1()« 10 19 24 „ George Davies „ ..10s 9 1 A PAIR OF HYTHE BOOTS, F Presented by Mr Charles Enos Allen, bo.-lrr. -kefi High Street, for competition by the Have"rdff Volunteers, Range 400 yards, five shots. The i>rVi".Znt won by Lance-Corp. S. Thompson, with the <>j:ce>,pS(- score of 19 marks, being only one short of the hi?^ possible score. The following are the highest 8cufC:J. L.-Corp. S. Thompson 19 Private B. Davies jj- „ George Davies. 17 nd Col, Peol acted as umpire throughout, the r'seetitigi R tS. actively superintended the whole of the ttr"tngclpen ef The Secretary was Mr J. R. Phillips, who as at meetings discharged his duties with great prompt^ and accuracy. At the close of the roeetinc on WeilneS"^| Captain Brad.? assembled the competitors together. 8 stated that as he bad been fortunate in the co-np'11' for the battalion prizes, in was his intention to 08c to be shot for at 200 and 400 yards by the Haverfora" Volunteers. The announcement was received considerable cheering. l'he Shooting for Cap!. Brady's prize took pla58 Monday. The following are the scores^ 200 4UO I S Private W. Davies £ 1 12 16 Sergt. T. L. James 15s 13 14 L Private G. Morris lOa 10 17 hg „ B. Davies 53 11 Ii) 26 j, George Williams 5s 11 15 „ T. Waters 5s 10 16 ir Col-Sergf. Morris rl8 u 14 U Private A. Lewis 5s 13 12 „ John Morris 2s 6d 12 12 L T Byrne 2s 6d 11 13 L W. Skinner 2s 6d 10 13 U „ John Williams 2s 6d 12 11 k D. Phillips 2s 6d 11 12 U „ John Jones 2s 6d 9 13 U „ VV. Codd 2s 6d 12 10 L.-Corp S. Thompson 2s fid 11 1° 9t Private G. Davies (1) 2s 6d 11 10 Z\ „ W. M. Phillips 2s 6d 14 7 tg „ A.Phillips 2s 6d S 12 John Rogers 2s Gd 11 9

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