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CARNARVON.

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PWLLHELI.

TO THE EDITOR

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TO THE EDITOR RIT^LEi SHOOTING. Sir,-Different opinions as to the advisa- bility of teaching rifle shooting to children or boys in elementary schools—even if none of the ratepayers' money be expended thereon—may legitimately be maintained but all who have the question of the defence of their country at heart must, like myself, hold that elder boys should be taught rifle sBooting until they are of age to join the volunteers. Whether the Liberal War Minister's efforts to create a na- tional and voluntary army will be successful remains to be seen. It is sincerely hoped that the "County Associations," when formed, will succeed in arousing a still better spirit of enthusiasm for service in the volunteers or subsidiary organisations. A great. opportunity wil then be given to all to serve either as men or officers, and to prove that the proposals of the National Service League, viz., compulsory drill and shooting in all schools, with a legal liability thereafter to serve for six months in time of national crisis, will not be required to be carried into execution.—I am, etc. G. DRAGE, Captain, Assistant 'Sec. for North Wales Society of Min. Rifle Clubs.

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