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ARMY SERVICE CORPS.

ARMY SERVICE CORPS.

East Anglian Divisional Company (Headquarters), East Anglian Divisional Transport & Supply Column.—Maj. and Hon. Lieut.-Col. Henry Nathaniel Crozier, from the 2nd V.B. the Essex Regiment, to be Major, with the honorary rank of Lieutenant-Colonel, with precedence as in the Volunt
30 December 1908 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
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30 December 1908 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
CW 0 of the – FOREMOST BOOTS

CW 0 of the – FOREMOST BOOTS

0 of the - FOREMOST BOOTS FOR MOOR or GOLF COURSE. Beautiful Pliable Uppers . . Solid, Reliable Soles . . . Entire Satisfaction Guaranteed. Sold only by JOHN GLEN, Wholesale Warehouseman, 137-161 INGRAM STREET, GLASGOW. If not sure of Size send Worn Boot for Pattern
30 December 1908 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
TERRITORIAL SERVICE GAZETTE.

TERRITORIAL SERVICE GAZETTE.

Hardman is cancelled, and the 'following substituted : The undermentioned officers resign their commissions— March 31, igoB : 2nd Lieutenants Charles E. Linaker, Tom H. Hardman. ist V.B. the East Lancashire Regiment.—Surg.-Lieut. Maurice Hogan resigns his commission—March 31, ig
30 December 1908 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
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1 1111111 I II 11111111111111111111 1 I 111 I 1111111 2nd London Field Company, Ist London Divisional Engineers.—Lieut. John V. Barff is borne as supernumerary—Dec. 7, i9OB. Lieut. Harry L. Webb is absorbed into the establishment—Dec. 7, Igo& London Air-line Telegraph Company, L
30 December 1908 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 

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SOME OF THE BISLEY WINNINGS, 1908, T°HFE MARKSMAN'S RIFLES

SOME OF THE BISLEY WINNINGS, 1908, T°HFE MARKSMAN'S RIFLES

SOME OF THE BISLEY WINNINGS, 1908, MARKSMAN'S RIFLES 8c:s1c1 only bar I. R. "I'll=l'32l.We. TEAMS. Won Ashburton Challenge Shield (Sr in 1907). Chancellor's Plate. Lucas Cup, 3 top scores in Winning Team, 102, I Mackinnon, top score of all the teams. 102, sos. Kolapore Cup, top s
30 December 1908 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
BOOKS, &c., FOR THE SERVICES. THE following Works, dc., supplied from the TERRITORIAL SERVICE GAZETTE Moe 121 FLEET STREET. LONDON.

BOOKS, &c., FOR THE SERVICES. THE following Works, dc., supplied from the TERRITORIAL SERVICE GAZETTE Moe 121 FLEET STREET. LONDON.

Modern Rifle Shooting, in Peace, War, and Free. Sport. 3rd Edition. By L R. Tippins 5/0 5 4 The Service Rifles. knd Edition. By " A Marksman" (L. R. Tippins) Miniature Rifle Shooting. By L. R. Tippins 2/0 2 Shephard's Register Book, 16th Edition .. 0/6 0 7 Andrews' Score Registe
30 December 1908 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS

ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS

BALLISTOLE - KLEVER. A NEW GUN OIL. (Patented.) BALLISTOLE chemically and automatically dissolves the erosive deposits in Military Rifles, &c., tired with Nitro-Powder, BALLISTOLE absolutely protects Iron and Steel (barrels and parts of lock) against rust. It is an ideal Cleaner
30 December 1908 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
TERRITORIAL SERVICE GAZETTE.

TERRITORIAL SERVICE GAZETTE.

Mr. R. ELLIOTT-COOPER, M.lnst.C.E. : I propose, in the few remarks which I have to make, to keep strictly to the various special points mentioned in the paper. I think that we may conveniently for this purpose divide the paper into two parts—one dealing with the general bread fa
30 December 1908 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
DEC. 30, 1908.] ioth (County of London) Batt. (Paddington Rifles) the London Regiment.—Lieut.-Col. and lion. Col. (Hon. Major in the

DEC. 30, 1908.] ioth (County of London) Batt. (Paddington Rifles) the London Regiment.—Lieut.-Col. and lion. Col. (Hon. Major in the

Army) Alfred George Pawle, from the iBth Middlesex V.R.C., to be Lieutenant-Colonel with the honorary rank of Colonel, with precedence as in the Volunteer Force—April s, tgoB.
30 December 1908 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England