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WOTE 1.-PAY, &c, OF THE ARMY—continued.

L.—PAY, &c. OF ESTABLISHMENT OF SCHOOLS OF GUNNERY-continued.

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Sheerness : - 550l. without, Instructor in Gunnery (1st Class) - - - { 470l. with quarters. Quartermaster Serjeant - Instructors in – 5 — Company-Serjeant-Majors - } Gunnery – 4 — Company Quartermaster Serjeant - - - - - – 3 9 Gunners as Storemen (Additional pay, 1 at 1s, and 1 at 6d.) – 1 2% Artillery Clerk - - - - - - - 2s. to 5s. 6d. Messing and Kit Allowances and Service pay of serving soldiers - - - - - - - - - Additional pay for temporary duties - - - - - - Contingent expenses - - - - - - - - ToTAL UNDER COAST DEFENCE CoMMANDERs - £. To FAL, SUBHEAD L. . £.

(a) Formerly provided under Subhead C.

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(b) Includes 1,430l. formerly provided under Subhead C.

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With public quarters. - - - § W. . &. are not accommodated in public quarters, they receive an addition to their pay of 50l. a year.

(c) Formerly provided under Vote 1, Subhead C.

(d) Includes (e) In addition to regimenta

egimental Pay formerly provided under Vote 1, Subhead C.
y ". provided in other o f l ided under Vote l
which was formerly provided under Vote I,

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(f) Includes the Service Pay of the 31 Instructors in Field Works, &c.,

Subhead C.

Quartermaster in charge of stores - :

Quartermaster Serjeant, Military Foil
of Works, as Storekeeper, Electrical J

Military Mechanists, Electricians, two “)

Pay of 2 Superintending Military Clerks, at |

Pay of 12 ex-soldiers in charge of ...}

Pensioners or reservists as Ferrymen “)

Assistant Instructor in Chemistry, r*) (b)350

6 Warrant Officers at 7s, a day and 25 ol
Serjeants at 6s. 6d. a day, Instructors in Field Works,

Messing and Kit allowances and Service Pay of orms,

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Vote 1.—PAY, &c. of THE ARMY-continued.

M.–PAY, &c., OF ESTABLISHMENT OF THE SCHOOLS OF MILITARY

ENGINEERING—continued. — ESTIMATE, LSTIMATE, N - Rates of Pay, Numbers Daily * 1907–08. 1906–07. 1906–07. 1907–08. or Annual. £. s. d. £. +. 112 124 - - Brought forward - - - - - 18,016 13,332 Brennan Torpedo School, Sheerness: 1 - Instructor in Submarine Mining - - | (a) 1 1 - 433 Servant Allowance - - - — 1 - 18 1 - Temporary Assistant Instructor - - - (b) 5 -- 91 1 - Quartermaster Serjeant Instructor - | (b) 2 - 37 I - Civilian Coxswain - - - - - - 78 1 - Temporary Engineer Clerk - - - (b) 1 6 --- 27 £. - 684 SCHOOLS OF ELECTRIC LIGHTING: Plymouth : I 1 | Chief Instructor - - - - (c) 250 – — 543 542 2 2 | Instructors - - - - - (c) 200 — — 824 822 Servant Allowance - - - — 1 – 55 , 73 - 1 | Serjeant Major Instructor- - - 7 — (d) 128 2 2 | Quartermaster Serjeant Instructors : – 6 6 (d) 238 73 Messing and Kit Allowances and Service Pay - - - - - - (e) 55 £. 1,843 1,510 Portsmouth : 1 1 Chief Instructor - - - - (c) 250 – — 543 542 2 2 Instructors - - - - - (c) 200 - - 824 822 Servant Allowance - - — 1 – 55 73 1 Serjeant Major Instructor- - - – 7 (d) 128 18 2 2 | Quartermaster Serjeant Instructors - – 6 6 (a) 238 73 Messing and Kit Allowances and Service Pay - - - - - - (e) 50 £. 1,838 1,528 BALLOON SCHOOL AND FACTORY: 1 - Commandant - - - - - (c) 250 - 542 1 - Chief Instructor - - - - - (c) 200 - 411 - 1 Superintendent and Commandant - (c)450 – — (f) 779 1 | Assistant Superintendent, Balloon (c) 200 – – Factory - - - - - 410 - 1 Instructor, Balloon School - - (c) 200 – 411 - 1 | Consulting Engineer, Balloon Factory | 300 – – (f) 300 - 1 Chief Instructor in Kite Work - - | 1,000 – – (g) 1,000 Servant Allowance - - - - - 110 130 131 £. 3,010 953 Contingent Expenses - - - - - - , - , , - - - - 33 133 Fees, &c. for Special Lectures on Professional Subjects - - - 300 300 Repayment to Admiralty of extra expenses incurred by instruction of R.E. officers in Mechanical Engineering in H.M. Dockyards - 60 60 ToTAL, SUBHEAD M. - - £. (h) 25,100 18,500

(a) With 50l. in addition when not accommodated in public quarters.
(b) In addition to regimental pay and allowances provided in other Subheads.

{} In addition to Regimental Pay and Allowances. -
(d) The Regimental Pay of these men was formerly provided in Vote 1, Subhead C.
(e) Formerly provided in Vote 1, Subhead C.
(f) A Superintendent of the Balloon Factory was formerly provided in Vote 10. Subhead G.
(g) Formerly provided in Vote 10, Subhead 3.
(h) Includes 5,985l. formerly provided in Vote 1, Subhead C, and 1,500l. formerly in Vote 10, Subhead G.

Vote, 1.—PAY, &c. of THE ARMY-continued.

N.—PAY, &c. OF THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE SCHOOLS OF

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MUSKETRY : - Numbers. Toogos. 1907–0s. - HYTHE : l 1 Commandant - - 1 1 Experimental Officer - - - l l Officer R. E. Assistant for technical duties \ and experimental range construction - J 1 1 Chief Instructor and Staff Oficer - 2 2 Instructors - - - - - - 4 4 Assistant Instructors - - - - 1 l Quartermaster and Acting Adjutant - 1 1 | Superintending Clerk - - - - 4 4 Orderly Room Serjeants - - - - 2 2 Serjeant Majors (Warrant Officers) - - l l Quartermaster Serjeant - - - 12 12 | Quartermaster Serjeant Instructors - 13 13 || Company-Serjeant-Major-Instructors - 11 11 Serjeant-Instructors - - - - - l 1 Civilian Foreman of Works - - - 2 2 | Clerks in Commandant's Office (civilians) 3 2 Rank and File for Range Duties: 105 106 || Civilians, Pensionersand Reservistsas servants, and for range and other subordinate duties } Servant Allowance to 11 Officers and Mess \ Allowance to Quartermaster - -J Messing and Kit Allowances and Service Pa of Serving Soldiers - - - - !) Additional pay to serjeants employed on experiments and for keeping accounts - !) Contingent Allowance to officer paying the detachments and Office Allowances - o Contingent Expenses - - - - 166 to BLoeMfontFLN : 1 l Chief Instructor and Commandant l 1. Instructor - - - - - l l Serjeant Major - - - - 1 l Quartermaster Serjeant - - - I l Quartermaster-Serjeant Instructor - - l l Orderly Room Serjeant - - - - l l Pioneer Serjeant - - - - 10 10 Kaffirs for minor duties - Additional pay for 2 Officers and 6 N.C.O.'s, Assistant Instructors - - - - :) Servant Allowance - - - - - Messing and Kit Allowances and Service PayContingencie - - - - - 17 17 183 183 Total Sub-head N.

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VOTE 1.-PAY, &c. of THE ARMY-continued.

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O.-PAY, &c. OF ESTABLISHMENT OF GYMNASTIC INSTRUCTORs (a):

| ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE,

Numbers. Rates of Pay, 1907–08. 1906–07. 1906–07. o Daily. |_ — — — — - | £. s, d. - 4. 1 1 Inspector of Gymnasia - - || 1 5 — 457 456 1 1 | Assistant Inspector of Gymnasia - || 1 1 – 384 383 Servant allowance (2 Officers) - – 1 – 37 37 4 4 Pensioner Clerk 28s, to 35s. 357 347 erks - - - -{ a week. Regimental | 8 Officers, Superintendents - - o: 3,250 - Pav. 15 | - | Fo | 4,830 d 3s. 8 Assistant Superintendents - o: 1,200 Pav. - 1 Quartermaster (Master at Arms) - - 9s. to 15s. 183 | Servant Allowance - - - - – ) – 18 1 Serjeant Major - - - - - – 5 — - 91 2 2 Quartermaster Serjeant Instructors - 3. % 4 158 2 }: 31 - I - 3s. 4d. to > #) 63 Company Serjeant Major Instructors (ś) 3,943 { 1,947 76 74 Serjeant-Instructors - - - - – 3 – 4,000 4,161 Contingencies - - - - - I - - 10 30 Additional Fo for temporary duties - - - 3 6 Mos and Kit Allowances and so - 2,500 2,585 T63 (TTG2 £. TT6,500 TIT,300 (a) There are also 9 Gymnastic Instructors at the Royal Military Academy and Royal Military College, Duke of York's and Royal Hibernian Military Schools, who are provided for in Vote 11, and 2 at the Cavalry School, provided for in Subhead K of Vote 1. (b) These rates are personal to present holders. The rate in future is to be 3s.7d. P.-PAY, &c. of chAPLAINS DEPARTMENT AND officiating CLERGYMEN : Numbers. (a) - [For distribution by Commands] 1906–07. 1907–08. see Appendix, No. 3, p. 161. 17. 18 Chaplains, 1st Class, at ll. to 11. 2s. 6d. a day (b) - || 24 23 Ditto, 2nd Class, at 17s.6d. a day (b)- 12 9 Ditto, 3rd Class, at 15s. a day (b) - - - 29,113 (c) 28,709 61 63 Ditto, 4th Class (and on probation), at 10s. to 12s. 6d. a day (b) - - - - - 114 113 | Servant Allowance - - - - - - - - - - 2,721 (c) 2,502 Chapel Clerks, Orderlies, and others - - - - - - 1,384 1,791 Pay of Officiating Clergymen for performing Divine Service to the Troops, &c., inclusive of duties with the Militia and at Military Prisons - - - - - - - - - - - 34,748 37,313 Payments for Buildings hired for the performance of Divine Service, and payments for the use of Churches - - - - - - 829 685 Contingencies - - - - - - - - - - - 805 700 4. 69,600 71,700

Note.—In addition to the foregoing Charges for Divine Service, similar expenditure is provided for in Vote 11 for the Royal Military Academy (3011.), Royal Military College (3631), Staff College (40l.), Duke of York's Military School, (431].), and Royal Hibernian Military School (405l.); in Vote i3 for the Chaplain-General (1,000l.); and in Vote 15 for the Royal Hospitals at Chelsea (688l.) and

Kilmainham (2111.). Total amount so provided, 3,439].

(a) The Total Emoluments of o serving at Home are shown in Appendix, No. 18, page 230. laplains from one class to another is by length of service.

(b) Promotion of Commissioned C
from year to year.

(c) Includes 246l. for pay,

This causes the

c., of a Chaplain at the Royal Military Academy, now provided in Vote 11, Subhead A.

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