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VOTE 15.—DETAIL of the CHARGE for ALLOWANCES as REWARDS to WARRANT OFFICERs, &c.—contal.
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92nd Foot - Serjeant John Dickson (late Staff) 92nd a - Serjeant-Major James Mathers - - 92nd n - Serjeant William Wishart - - - 93rd in - Serjeant-Major John Motion - - 93rd , - -- John Kemp - - - 93rd , - Drum-Major John Rattray - - - 94th , - Serjeant Patrick Edward Donohue - 95th , - Serjeant-Major Henry Seal - - - 97th , - Serjeant John Burgess Manning - - 97th , , - Colour-Serjeant J. Thomas - - - 7th n - Serjeant-Major James Dyer - - - 98th n - Quartermaster-Serjeant George Whittle 98th a - Serjeant-Major Charles Ottlewell 99th m - Serjeant-Major William Aplin - - 99th n, - Serjeant-Master-Tailor J. T. Richardson 100th , - Serjeant-Major George Rance - -
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103rd Foot - Serjeant John Higgs - - - - -
103rd n - Serjeant-Major James Sheldon - - -
104th n - Quartermaster-Serjeant Edward Mann- -
105th , - Bandmaster G. Battershall - - - -
106th , - Quartermaster-Serjeant D. Gavin - - -
107th m - Colour-Serjeant W. Fisk - - - - 107th , - Serjeant-Instructor of Musketry Timothy Finucane
107th n - Serjeant T. Baylis - - - - - -
108th , - Colour-Serjeant Richard Gillespie - -
108th in - n Thomas P. O'Brien - -
109th m - Serjeant-Major William Affleck - - -
109th , - Serjeant Patrick Flynn - - - - -
Rifle Brigade, Serjeant-Major John Badger - - -
- on Quartermaster-Serjeant Thomas Kirkham -
-- -- -> Francis Lowe - -
-- xx Serjeant Instructor J. O'Neill - - -
-- -- -- -- Patrick Morgan - -
-- -- Serjeant James Winchcomb - - - -
-- -- Colour-Serjeant Joseph Parsons - - -
-- 11 Serjeant George Beadle, late 5th Volunteer
Battalion, Hampshire Regiment - -
Quartermaster - Serjeant George A.
stan, Garrison Serjeant-Major James Campbell (late 10th Feot)
1st Class Master Gunner Thomas C. lwood - - - : - Battery Serjeant-Major Robert White
1st Class Master Gunner C. Crowl -- -- 11 W. Duggan . Serjeant-Major F. W. Giles - xx T. Lister - - Garrison Serjeant-Major J. Tressider
Saddler Quartermaster-Serjeant I. Whitten - - - - Serjeant-Major J. T. Smith -
Company. Quartermaster Serjeant J. C. Greig - - - - - Serjeant J. Burns - - - -
1st Class Master Gunner C. Simpson D. G. Smith J. Fryett
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* Serving with Regiment. In cases in which the recipients are serving in India, the annuities are chargeable against Indian Revenues.) VOTE 15.-DETAIL of the CHARGE for ALLOWANCES as REWARDs to WARRANT OFFICERs, &c.—conta.
* Serving with Regiment.
, Serjeant-Major William Edward
ToTAL for ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS -
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(In cases in which the recipients are serving in India the annuities are chargeable against Indian Revenues).
VOTE 15.-DETAIL of the CHARGE for ALLOWANCES as REWARDS to WARRANT OFFICERs, &c.—contal.
£. Brought forward - - - - 7,415 Brought forward - - - - 20
ARMY ORDNANCE CORPS ROYAL ENGINEERS.
(including Armourer Section) Royal Engineers - - Quartermaster-Serjeant John Thou. Hockley - - - - - - 10 Ordnance Store Corps, Serjeant-Major Thomas Dunn (late p o, s. Corps) - g - 10 wn n - - outsout Thomas 10 Grenadier Guards - Armourer-Serjeant Charles Smiles - 10 * * * | * 20 West Riding Regiment - *y Charles Bourner - 10 Essex Regiment - - in William Ford - || 10 INFANTRY. Staff - - - - 11 Robert Warry - || 10 Royal Scots - - Serjeant-Instructor H. Taylor - - 6 BALANCE unappropriated on the 31st December, 1906 - - 10 East Kent Regiment - Serjeant-Major George Stone - - 5 TOTAL for ARMY ORDNANCE CORPS - - - 60 | 6th Foot - - - Quartermaster-Serjeant William Young 10 Royal Fusiliers - - Serjeant-Major George Wm. Holmes - 10 Norfolk Regiment - Serjeant-Instructor John Morrissy - 10
ARMY PAY CORPS.
*Army Pay Corps, First-class Serjeant-Major R. Pursglove - 5 d r * n n r? ** w Arthur Carlyon Bruce 5 22nd Foot - - - n Wilbraham Tonge - 10 H. A. Yates - - 5 The King's Own o Charles Alger - - 10 * xx -- ox ** i r: n * -- , H. George - - - 5 Scottish Borderers. * * -> Staff-Serjeant-Major Thomas Coombs - - 5 Scottish Rifles - - my John Soarle - - 5 Gloucestershire Regt. Serjeant William Miller - - - 10 ARMY PAY - - TOTAL for ARMY PAY Corps – 25 31 wn Thomas Gordon - - - - - 5 TOTAL FOR REWARDS TO WARRANT OFFICERS AND NON- Welsh Regiment - Serjeant-Major William Swaby - - 10 Commissional Orricans. - - - - - * | - |7,500 || Shropshire Light Infantry, Goront Major Alfred ees - - - - - - 5 Manchester Regiment Serjeant-Major James Farthing - 5 96th Foot - - - Quartermaster-Serjeant Charles Lander REWARDS to WARRANT OFFICERS and NON- - 10 CoMMIssionED OFFICERs granted by the INDIAN 106th n - - - Serjeant-Major Alexander Morton - 10 GoverNMENT for Services rendered in India. 108th n - - - Garrison Serjeant-Major James Leslie 10 CAVALRY 140 - ARMY SERVICE CORPS. 15th Hussars • - *#too william Henry 10 Army Service Corps - ho ontolo; John Wincent Claughlin - - - - 16th Lancers - - Serjeant-Instructor John R. Whytock 10 g 10 10 - 20 Carried forward - - £ - TOTAL - - - £. - 190
DETAll of the CHARGE for ALLowANCEs to WARRANT OFFICERs, NoN-CoMMissioned OFFICERs, and MEN, upon whom the distinction of the VICTORIA CROSS has been conferred (Subhead H).
* Serving with Regiment. (In cases in which the recipients are serving in India, the annuities are chargeable against Indian Revenues.)
ANNUAL PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF REGIMENTAL AND DEPARTMENTAL OFFICERS SERVING AT HOME.
STAFF OFFICERS serving at home stations draw consolidated rates of pay, covering allowances. These rates are shewn in Appendix 1 pages 128-129,
Forage Allowance.—Forage allowance is governed by the average contract rates obtaining in the several military districts, plus 20 per cent. to meet the additional cost of buying retail. In these tables the calculation is made at ls. 6d. a ration.
Stabling Allowance.—Stable allowance is granted at the rate of 9d. for the first horse, and 6d. per horse after the first.
Fuel and Light Allowance.—The rate of allowance for fuel and light varies with the season of the year and the number of rooms to which the Officer may be entitled.
It is assumed that lodging money represents the value of barrack accommodation.