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Vote 10.—WORKS and BUILDINGs—continued.

L., M., and N.—PART I –New Works, &c., amounting to 2,000l. and upwards—continued.

TO BE VOTED, 1907–08.

D Total . rolaus ---- . Escription - already i. L. M. N. Inoun CoLONIAL Estimate | voted Expendi required STATIONS. OF for for it. ** Forti. Army for WORK. he W immie * * §. Barracks. completing the Work. * 7. Artillery Buildings, the Work. Re-V ote. i. &c. £. £. £, e. £. £. £. .Additional Water Storage - | (a) 900 5,400 700 - || -- 200 Fixtures for Cavalry and Carr or Goop|| Infantry lines: - !} 3,130 2,120 2,120 || – - 1,010 || – HOPE. | Married soldiers' Quarters . () 6,500 3,100 2,100 || – --- 4,400 || – Wynberg — Drainage of go's - " ") so sno is - 410 — North CHINA - Barracks - - 11,500 || – - – – 5,000 6,500 Married Quarters - - (c) 8,800 5,000 || 3,000 - - 4,000 1,800 HONG KONG Provide a Landing and \ Shipping Shed - - - | 2,480 1,003 1,000 - 1,480 Patrol Path round the Island (d)5,440 4,590 4,590 950 — | – Positions for ns, field- * MALTA - works, entrenchments, etc. (e) 2,150 2,250 1,700 450 – – | | Imtarfa—Convert dry-earth | system of drainage into): 3,250 | 1,500 | 1,500 - - 1,750 water-carriage system |

STRAITS SET- Water Supply at **) (f)11,500 2,000 1,000 - - 3,000 7,500

WEST AFRICA - || Tower Hill, provide Head-\ 2,000

quarters, Offices - -] 2,000 – – -

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| Carried forward É. 1,400 1,480 21,770

(a) Estimate reduced from 5,400l. (b) Estimate increased from 3, 100l. (e) Estimate increased from 7,000l. (d) Estimate reduced from 13,000l. (e) Estimate reduced from 3,550l. (f) Estimate increased from 8,500l

Vote 10.—WORKS and BUILDINGs—continued:

L., M., AND N.—PART I.—NEW WORKS, &c., amounting to 2,000l. and upwards—continued.

Amount TO BE VOTED, 1907-08. Further Total already prolable Amount CoLoRIAL DESCRIPTION Estimate voted | *P* L. - M. N. required STATIONS.-- OF for for it, ture to too. Army for continued. WoRk. the Work. including 31 March | “. §: Barracks. completing | Re-Votes 1907. Artillery &c gs, the Work - Ranges. - £. £. £. £. £. £. £. Brought Forward - - - - - 1,400 1,480 21,770 VARIOUS cows Adapting defences to won) - - - 10,000 - IAL STATIONs. requirements - - - y Upkeep of rifle range appli-\| _ - - - - 4,000 ances - - - -J y Improvements to rifle ranges - - - - - 1,000 Military prisons—additional accommodation and im- || – - - - - 500 provements - - - | Improve and add to existing married quarters - -j| T - - - - 2,000 TOTAL, PART I., COLONIAL STATIONS - - - £. 11,400 1,480 29,270 ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE HOME. COLONIAL. > * RECAPITULATION. 1. 1. 1907–08. 1906–07. SUB-HEADs L., M., AND N. £. £. £. | Fortifications and Artillery Ranges - 50,250 11,400 61,650 16,300 ToTAL, PART 1. Army Ordnance Buildings, &c. - - 48,760 1,480 50,240 32,250 Barracks - - - - - - 69,608 29,270 98,878 100,000 £. 168,618 42,150 210,768 148,550

Vote 10.—WoRKS and BUILDINGs—continued.

O. To T.-PARTS II. AND III.-NEW WORKS, ADDITIONS, &c., AMOUNTING TO LESS THAN £2,000 EACH AND ORDINARY AND CURRENT REPAIRS, RENEWALS AND MAINTENANCE.

Fontoross P., S. Q., T. Aśorio || ARMY ORDNANCE | BARRAğks AND COMMANDS. RANGES. BUILDINGS, &c. RIFLE RANGES. Part II. Part III. Part II. Part III. Part II. Part III. HOME: £. £. £. £. 4. £. I. Aldershot Command - - - - 1,140 650 2,500 750 10,170 53,400 II. Southern Command - - - - 4,800 13,900 2,750 3,750 15,700 57,400 III. Eastern Command - - - 4,000 13,300 4,100 4,860 21,190 79,620 IV. Irish Command - - - - 2,100 2,000 6,100 1,920 18,770 68,500 W. Scottish Command - - - - 1,400 2,670 120 600 5,030 18,780 WI. Northern Command - - - - 400 1,050 370 310 6,160 19,800 VII. Western Command - - - - 850 1,040 1,230 570 5,700 19,300 VIII. London District - - 100 50 20 100 2,700 15,900 Woolwich Arsenal District - - - - - 21,000 22,000 2,000 3,600 Channel Islands - - - - - 110 840 310 140 1,580 2,700 ToTAL, HOME - - - £. 14,900 35,500 || 38,500 35,000 | 89,000 || 339,000 COLONIES - - - - - £. 6,100 16,500 5,000 5,000 56,500 126,000 - | — TOTAL, HOME and ColoniaL - £. 21,000 52,000 43,500 40,000 || 145,500 465,000 (b) () U.—GRANTS IN AID OF WORKS. 1907–08. 1906–07. | £. 4. Home Stations:—Laying Position Finding Cables, Repayment to General Post Office - - - - - - o 4,000 6,000 Templemore Water Supply—Coutribution of £1,500 to T.~~) - 500 Urban District Council (final payment) - - - - - */ Bloemfontein :—Contribution towards cost of Sewage Works - 250 Cyprus:–Maintenance of Limasol-Troödos Road - - - 240 240 Special Grants for Roads and Bridges - - - - - 16,532 12,512 Small Annual Charges - - - - - - - - sis 148 Miscellaneous - - - - - - - - - - 100 100 4. 22,000 19,500

(a) Military abour will be enployed as much as possible in carrying out these works. (b) See note (b) on page 70.

Vote 10. –Works and BUILDINGs—continucl.

ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, 1907–08. 1906–07. £. £. W.—PURCHASES OF LAND : Other than those provided in Sub-Head E. - - - - - £ 13,250 8,300 ”Row other on too of building, hired l k ents, other than those of buildings hired to supplement Barracks, provided in Vote 6 - - s". . . .”.”. T. E. (a) 53,000 (b) 70,000 X.— APPROPRIATIONS IN AID (other than Sub-Head F) : HOME. COLONIAL. £. £. Sales of Lands, Buildings, and Materials - - - 45,000 5,000 50,000 30,000 Damages to Barrack and Hospital Buildings - - 750 250 1,000 1,000 Rent of War Department Lands, Buildings, &c. - - 35,000 9,000 44,000 37,000 Revenue of Sewage Farms, Aldershot and Sandhurst - 1,200 - 1,200 1,200 Sundry Receipts - - * - - - - - - - - - 1,800 2,550 £. 98,000 71,750 x-otests UNDER THE BARRACKS AND MILITARY WORKS Sums repayable to the National Debt Commissioners and the Treasury on account of :— (1) Advances made under the Barracks Act, 53 & 54 Vict. c. 25 - 303,967 303,967 (2) Advences made under the Military Works Acts, 60 Vict. c. 7 $2 & 63 Vict.o. 41 and 1 Edw. 7 c. 40, and the Capital Expenditure (Money) Act, 1904: 4 Edw. 7 c. 21 - - 818,915 777,556 £. 1,122,882 1,081,523

(a) See note (b) on page 70. (b) Includes 21,000l. for hire of certain buildings, now provided in Vote 6, Subhead C.

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Vote 11.

ESTABLISHMENTS FOR MILITARY EDUCATION.

I. AN ESTIMATE of the Sum which will be required in the Year ending 31st March 1908, to defray the Expense of ESTABLISHMENTs for MILITARY EDUCATION.

One Hundred and Thirty-seven Thousand Pounds.

II. SUB-HEADS under which this Wote will be accounted for.
1907–08. 1906–07. INCREASE. DECREASE.
£. £. £. £.
A.—ROYAL MILITARY ACADEMY - - - - (a) 35,980 37,400 - 1,420
B.—ROYAL MILITAl{Y COLLEGE - - - - 57,930 60,200 - 2,270
C.—STAFF COLLEGE - - - - - - - - (b) 10,230 9,360 870 -
D.—ADMINISTRATIVE TRAINING OF OFFICERS - 1,900 - 1,900 -
E.—REGIMENTAL AND GARRISON SCHOOLS - 58,150 61,700 - 3,550
F.—DUKE OF YORK'S ROYAL MILITARY SCHOOL 13,640 13,700 - 60
G.—ROYAL HIBERNIAN MILITARY SCHOOL - - 11,520 11,500 20 -
H.—SCHOOL OF MUSIC, KNELLER HALL- - 2,920 2,940 - 20
J.— EXAMINATION EXPENSES - - - - - 7,230 5,900 1,330 -
K.—REWARDS FOR PROFICIENCY IN LANGUAGES 4,300 2,400 1,900 -
203,800 205,100
Deduct, L
L.—APPROPRIATIONS IN AID - - - - - - 66,800 73,100 6,300 -
137,000 132,000 12,320 7,320
NET INCREASE - - - £. 5,000

N. B.—The Indian Contribution in aid of Effective Home Charges, which is taken as an Appropriation in Aid of Vote J, covers the iiability of the Indian Government in respect of these Establishments.

(a) Includes 2461. for one Chaplain, formerly prov Instructor); and 57l. for one Sapper, R.E., formerly

(b) Includes 35l. for one Private, Army Service Corps, formerly provided in Vote 1, Subhead C.

ided in Vote 1, Subhead P; 921. for one Non-Commissioned Officer (Gymnastic rovided in Vote 1, Subhead C.

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