Yeup - I had the same reaction here.
I came across the following snippet in The Badminton Magazine of Sports and Pastimes, Volume 22, 1906 . I wonder if Patersons hosted the range referred to above.
We wrote last month of rifles, induced by the strength of the recent movement of shooting. To this end, the improvement of shooting, targets are a first essential, and there must be something special about those which have already been adopted on more than seventy ranges by the regular army, volunteer force, and civilian rifle clubs. These are “Paterson's Patent” the firm of Paterson & Co., 74, Grand Parade, Harringay, N., being contractors to H.M. forces. The targets include stationary, disappearing, and running man.
74 Grand Parade is currently half of the double fronted Yavuzlar Grocery down near Harringay Bridge. It had previously been one of the shops run by Disney’s Furniture.