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THE VACANCY IN EAST DENBIGHSHIRE.

THE INDIAN FRONTIER RISINGS.

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THE ARTILLERY OF THE NORTH-WESTERN DISTRICT.—Colonel J. R. Slade, C.B., aide-de- camp to the Queen, has been appointed a colonel on the staff to command the Royal Artillery in the North-eastern District. PRIZE MEETING AT NOKTHWICH.—The annual prize meeting of H (Hartford) Company of the 2nd V.B.C.R. was held on the Owley Wood range, Northwich, on Saturday. Fifty-two members of the company took part. The principal item on the programme was the cup competition, for which Lance-Corporal Lyon, who has won the trophy five times in succession, tied with Lance-Corporal Sayle with a score of 88. Under ordinary circumstances Lyon would have been declared the winner, as he made the best score at the longest range (600 yards), namely, 30, as against 29. During the match, however, one of Lyon's shots was marked as an outer. He at once challenged the value of the shot, and the marker amended his decision to an inner. Sayle objected to the challenging of the shot, and the point will have to be decided by the committee. The first three in the recruits' competition at 200 and 400 yards were Private E. Lyon, 40; Private Hickson, 32; and Private T. Turner, 17. The six best in the open extra series competition at 500 yards were Sergeant Moore, 32; Lance-Corporal Sayle, 30; Corporal Crawford, 30; Lance- Corporal Lyon, 29; Private Wilson, 27; and Sergeant-Instructor Burke, 25.

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