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ALL ILLNESS.

A . ALL .LND IP DSSIBED Proposal Forms can be obtained of Local Agents ; or at Compensation Paid £5,500,000. CAPITAL 81,000,000. A. VIAN, Secretary. AND - INSURANCE AGAINST 64 CORNHILL, LONDON. RAILWAY PASSENGERS ASSURANCE CO. ESTABLISHED 1849. Compensation Paid £5,500,000. CAPI
30 December 1908 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
SERVICE DRESS-

SERVICE DRESS-

LATEST (1903) Pattern. NEW PATTERN CAPS— and COVERS. SASHES for Sergeants and Staff-Sergeants. CADETS' UNIFORMS. CYCLIST UNIFORMS. HIGHLAND UNIFORMS. Samples and Prices on aftfilicahon. Telegrams : "BRICE-PEARSE, LONDON. Telephone : 3216 GERRARD.
30 December 1908 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
ROYAL HOIISE ARTILLERY.

ROYAL HOIISE ARTILLERY.

Somerset.—Lieut. Robert Benson, Royal Horse and Royal Field Artillery, to be Adjutant—Oct. z, Igo& Lieut. Robert Benson, Royal Horse and Royal Field Artillery, is granted the temporary rank of Captain whilst Adjutant—Oct. z, zooB.
30 December 1908 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
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4th Batt. the Buffs (East Kent Regiment).—Hon. Col. the Right Hon. George Robert Canning, the Lord Harris, G.C.5.1., G.C.1.E., Aide-de-Camp to the King, from the Hon. Colonelcy of the Ist Volunteer Battalion, is appointed to the Hon. Colonelcy of the battalion, with precedence a
30 December 1908 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
Territorial's Cycle Equipped, Ready for Camp, with TERRY ' S RIFLE CLIPS (Approved of & recommended by Army Officers.) /

Territorial's Cycle Equipped, Ready for Camp, with TERRY ' S RIFLE CLIPS (Approved of & recommended by Army Officers.) /

Terry's Hack & Front Carriers & In fl ator Clips. I Sample Complete Set forlss. Beautifully finished in nickel plate and black. HERBERT TERRY & SONS, Tshpeegfilu, REDDITCH. OR LOCAL DEALERS.
30 December 1908 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 

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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
 
USED BY DOCTORS and the PUBLIC For OVER HALF A CENTURY.

USED BY DOCTORS and the PUBLIC For OVER HALF A CENTURY.

30 December 1908 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
SAMPLES WITH ESTIMATE ON APII ICATION.

SAMPLES WITH ESTIMATE ON APII ICATION.

Price 6d. 1 NEW Edition (16th) " The Oldest and still The Best." [Post free, 7d. For RE CORDING RIFLE SCORES . Sl7ephard'si LIG D HT, WIND, ELEVATION, &c AT ALL RANGES, Re gt s ter With DIAGRAMS of the BISLEY TARGETS Book . . • Introductory Notes by Mr. L. R. TIPPINS Price—REDUC
30 December 1908 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England
 
NOTES OF THE WEEK.

NOTES OF THE WEEK.

THE provision of an adequate supply of suitable horses for the various mounted units of the Territorial Army, is really one of the most urgent questions with which the County Associations have to deal. It seems generally to be thought that in the event of sudden mobilisation gre
30 December 1908 - Volunteer Service Gazette and Military Dispatch - London, London, England