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APPENDIX 18.

ANNUAL PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF REGIMENTAL AND DEPARTMENTAL OFFICERS SERVING AT HOME.

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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.

fi Stabling Allowance.—Stable allowance is granted at the rate of 9d. for the first horse, and 6d. per horse after the rst.

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.

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(a) Mess allowance is issued per troop, but when granted personally is 6l. a year. (b) Quartermasters receive quinquennial increases of pay of 1s. 6d. a day, up to a maximum of 16s. 6d. a day, after 20 years' commis’

sioned service.

(e) Riding Masters receive quinquennial increases of pay of 1s 6d. a day, up to the maximum of 16s. 6d. a day, after 20 years' commis:

sioned service.

(d) The rate here assumed, 331. 10s, a horse, is approximately the cost of a charger foraged in kind and stabled in a Government building. . If, however, the money allowances in lieu of stabling and forage are issued, the cost is 471. 10s. for the first charger and 43. for the second, a proportionate allowance being made for replacements. Note.—Officers, are, as a general rule, allowed a soldier servant ; and Mounted Officers are allowed two soldier servants. It is assumed that lodging money represents the value of barrack accommodation.

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(a) Mess allowance is issued per Battery, but when granted personally is 61. a year.
(b) In certain districts Lieutenant Colonels receive Command Pay at the rate of 5s. a day.

(c) Quartermasters and Riding Masters receive after 20 years’ commissioned service.

(d) The rate here assumed, 33l. 10s. a horse, If, however, the money allowances in the second, a proportionate allowance being made for rep

building.

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Note:-Officers are, as a general rule, allowed a soldier servant; and Mounted Officers are allowed two soldier servants.
It is assumed that lodging money represents the value of barrack accommodation,

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tabling and forage are issued, the cost is 471. 10s. for the first charger and 43, for lacements.

PAY AND ALLowANCEs of Roy AL ARTILLERY OFFICERS AT HOME
(FIELD ARTILLERY).

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(a) Mess allowance is issued per Battery, but when granted personally is 67, a year.

(b) In certain districts Lieutenant Colonels receive command pay at rate of 5s, a day.

§ Quartermasters receive quinquennial increases of pay of 1s. 6d. a day up to a maximum pay of 15s. 6d. after 20 years' commissioned service.

(d) Riding Masters receive quinquennial increases of pay of 1s. 6d. a day up to a maximum pay of 16s. 6d. a day after 20 years' commissioned service.

(e) The rate here assumed, 33l. i0s. a horse, is approximately the cost of a charger foraged in kind and stabled in a Government building. If, however, the money allowances in lieu of stabling and forage are issued the cost is 471. 10s. for the first charger, and 431. for the second, a proportionate allowance being made for replacements.

Note.—Officers are, as a general rule, allowed a soldier servant; and Mounted Officers are allowed two soldier servants.
It is assumed that lodging money represents the value of barrack accommodation.

PAY AND ALLOWANCEs of Roy AL ARTILLERY OFFICERs AT HoME
(GARRISON ARTILLERY).

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(a) Mess allowance is issued per Company, but when granted personally is 61, a year.

& In certain districts Lieutenant Colonels receive command pay at the rate of 5s. a day. (c) Armament pay is not issued to Second Lieutenants until they have obtained a certificate of proficiency in Garrison Artillery duties. (d) Quartermasters receive quinquennial increases of pay of 1s. 6d. a day up to a maximum pay of 15s. 6d. after 20 years' commissioned service. (e) The rate here assumed, 331.10s, a horse, is approximately the cost of a charger foraged in kind and stabled in a Government building. If, however,

the money allowances in lieu of stabling and forage are issued the cost is 471. 10s. for the first charger and 48l. for the second, a proportionate allowance

being made for replacements.

Note.—Officers are, as a general rule, allowed a soldier servant ; and Mounted Officers are allowed two soldier servants.

It is assumed that lodging money represents the value of barrack accommodation.

PAY AND ALLowANCEs of Roy AL ENGINEER OFFICERS AT HOME.

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(a) Mess allowance is issued per Company, but when granted personally is 6l. a year.

(b) Quartermasters receive quinquennial increases of pay of 18.

commissioned service.

(c) The rate here assumed, 331, 10s, a horse, is approximately the cost of a charger foraged ment building. If, however, the money allowances in lieu of stabling and forage are issued the cost is 471. 10s. for the first charger and 431. for the second, a proportionate allowance being made for replacements.

a day, up to a maximum pay of 15s., after 20 years'

in kind and stabled in a Govern

Note. —Officers are, as a general rule, allowed a soldier servant, and mounted officers are allowed two soldier servants.
It is assumed that lodging money represents the value of barrack accommodation.

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