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Bisley Meeting. TO-DAY'S SHOOTING. I St. George's Challenge Vase. FINAL STAGE OF THE QUEEN'S PRIZE. BISLEY, 9 o'clock.—There is every prospect of delightful weather for the last stage of the Queen's, which takes place this afternoon. At 9 this morning shooting will commence in the last stage of the St. George's, ten shots at 800 yards, but, as in the Queen's, there will be only 100 men engaged. The other events to-day are the Belgian and McKinnon Cup for volley firing by ams, an the Loyd-Lindsay competition for T 15 announced this morning that Lord Canms has won the first prise-a rifle-in Sh0t&t the running deer Sn OxforfT S gUn5' and Lieutenant Ran- kin, Oxford University, the rifle in the Jeffery, a competition. Winner of the St. Oeor-da'q Vqq. I caoir"~«h0 St- Vaae has' been on by Colour-Sergeant Manfield, 2nd West with a total of 117. At the first he r°J°1°f0Ub°' d"<'P<»d to » on his'la.t sSt. following are the next best scores in the StX^T118 11,0 °e" >*»' »»"» i» the Corporal Bland, 2nd Yorkshire, 68 and 48, total 116 bronze cross and X20 Sergeant Senechan,  67        SuColh, 67 Md 48. tot.1 The firat prize in the Lord Lindsay Competi- jumping o™, 1 ">d g over a special coarse is a feature has with 137* y team of the Yeomanry com in P0'(n aame regiment's second team coming next with 126. The MoKinnon Challenge Cup, shot in volleys by teams of ten Volunteers from Great Britain or the Colonies, was won by England with 87 points, Canada being second jnth 70. The Belgian Challenge Cup.lhot for L?.'ST°",Y'mtet • ■« l«« »» by THE QUEEN'S. I sjl. di0F-s at eight ud J "™ te° «hof The weather i8 briUianthTfi hundr°d ^ds' number of qeoale hav« • 101 a *ar&e last stage. The Dni.0™?!c^np *° 8(50 the the Duke of rnn„ Duchess of York and Aldershot will bo + !fd sevcral oncers from Council at

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