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OR DNANCE FA GTO RIES EST IMATE,
1907–08,

I. ESTIMATE of the Sum required in the Year ending 31st March 1908, to defray the Expense of the ORDNANCE FACTORIES, the Cost of the Productions of which will be charged to the Army, Navy, and Indian and Colonial Governments, &c.

One Hundred Pounds.

II. SUB-HEADS under which this Vote will be accounted for. ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, INCREASE. DE --- -- 1907–08. 1906–07. . DECREASE. e. £. £. £. A.—ESTABLISHMENTS - - - - - - 32,140 31,930 210 B. —WAGES AND POLICE - - - - - 1,401,030 1,638,870 - 237,840 C.—MATERIALS AND STORES - - - - - 1,322,000 1,346,000 - 24,000 D.—MACHINERY OBTAINED BY CONTRACT 114,000 112,000 2,000 E. —BUILDINGS - 157,930 179,100 - 21,170 F.—MISCELLANEOUS - - 44,000 42,200 1,800 G.—NON-EFFECTIVE CHARGES - 51,000 37,000 14,000 D 3,122,100 3,387,100 educt, H.—APPROPRIATIONS IN AID (including transfer of £100,000 from the Ordnance Factories Supplies Suspense Account) - - - - - - - - - - || 3,122,000 3,387,000 || 265,000 * 100 100 283,010 283,010

l R. B. HALDANE. N. G. LYTTELTON, C.G.S. W. G. NICHOLSON, Q.M.G.
PORTSMOUTH. C. W. DOUGLAS, A.G. C. F. HADDEN, M.G.O.
T. R. BUCHANAN.

War Office,
28th February 1907.]

E. W. D. WARD, Secretary.

ESTIMATE of anticipated INCOMINGs and OUTGOINGs in respect of CAPITAL in the ORDNANCE FACTORIEs during the Year 1907–08.

I N C O M I N G S. O U T G O I N G S. Anticipated recoveries of amounts to be written £ Value of anticipated additions to Capital on £. oft Capital Charge on account of— - account of Depreciation of Buildings - 55,000 Land 2,000 2 * Machinery - - - 80,000 N -- - Land, Buildings, and Plant, disused and ew Buildings 102,000 sold. - - - - - - 7,900 New Machinery from Contractors - - 110,000 Increase to Capital, to be transferred from Supplies Suspense Account - - - 100,000 New Machinery made departmentally - 24,000 To be Voted - - - - 100 Increase in Stores in Stock - - - 5,000 TOTAL - - - £. 243,000 TOTAL - - - £. 243,000

DETAILs of the foregoing.

A.—ESTABLISHMENTS:

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(a) Personal to the present holder.
(b) With quarters in addition for three.
(c) With quarters in addition.
(d). When the appointment is held by a Major the salary is 550l.
(e) When the appointment is held by an officer above the rank of Second-Lieutenant the salary is 400l.

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these Principal Clerks receives an allowance of 50l., for acting in the absence of the Civil Assistant.

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) One Senior Clerk rises, on an old scale, to a maximum of 600l., and one receives an additional allowance of 100l., chargeable to Vote 13, Subhead E, of the Army Estimates. --(i) One Senior and two Clerks at Enfield and one Senior and one Clerk at Waltham Abbey have quarters in addition. (k) After two years' probation on 100l. a year. (l) Includes pay of two supernumerary to establishment.

A.—ESTABLISHMENTS–continued. Daily ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, Numbers. Rate. 1907–08. 1906–07. 1906–07. 1907–08. - -2. MEDICAL ESTABLISHMENTS. 1 2 Lieut.-Colonels, Royal Army Medical £. s. d. £. £. Corps: Pay - - - - - - 1 10 – 1,095 548 Charge Pay for one - - - – 10 – 182 182 Servant allowance - - — 1 – 36 18 Lodging allowance - - - 4 3 164 82 Fuel and Light allowance - . - 44 22 Forage allowance - - | – 48 24 Stable allowance - - - - - 9 | 28 14 3 l Major, Royal Army Medical Corps: Pay - - - - - - || 1 3 6 (a) 430 (a) 1,334 Additional Pay as specialist - - – 2 6 46 91 Servant allowance - - - — 1 – 18 55 Lodging allowance for two - - – 4 – - 146 Fuel and Light allowance - - - 22 67 - 1 Captain, Royal Army Medical Corps: Pay - - - - - – 17 - 310 Additional Pay as specialist - - – 2 6 46 -Servant allowance - - - – 1 – 18 Lodging allowance - - - || – 3 – 55 Fuel and Light allowance - - | - 16 --Nursing Service: | Minimum Increment Maximum I 1 Sister - - 50 0 5 0 0 || 65 0 0 65 60 2 3 Nurses - - 40 0 0 || 2 10 0 || 45 0 0 125 84 Allowance for Board, Washing and Clothing. - 189 141 Pay, etc., for Nurses' Servants (2) - - - 93 46 Allowance for Medical attendance: At Enfield - - - - - - - 350 350 At Waltham Abbey . . . . . . 340 365 At Plumstead - - - - - 20 20 7 8 £. 3,740 3,649 3. CHAPLAINS. Allowance for Officiating Clergymen: l 1 At Royal Arsenal, at 180l. - - - 180 180 l 1 At Enfield, at 150l. - - - 150 150 1 1 At Waltham, at 75l. - - - - 75 75 | 1 1 Allowance to Organist at Enfield - - - - 20 20 3 3 Allowance to Chapel Orderlies at Woolwich and Enfield - - - - - - - - 36 36 ---, £. 461 461 TOTAL ESTABLISHMENTS - - - £. | 32,140 31,930

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(a) With quarters in addition.

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- - - Waltham | ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, Woolwich. Enfield. Abbey. 1907-08. l * ;.-WAGES AND POLICE : £. £. £. £. £. Wages - - - - 1,140,518"| 190,000 57,000 | 1,387,518 1,625,417 Police - - - 8,814 1,509 3,189 13,512. 13,453 1,401,030 1,638,870 C.—MATERIALS AND STORES 1,154,000* || 70,000" 98,000 1,322,000 1,346,000 - | * NotE.-The Sums here allotted to the several stations are provisional only. | D.—MACHINERY OBTAINED BY CONTRACT (a) — - - - | 114,000 112,000 E.-BUILDINGS: PART I.—New Buildings amounting to £.2,000 each or more. t | - - Amount | Further E - P D E S C R I P T I O N o, , already. ro. ESTIMATE, Expenditure o r - Woted for it, - required for W O R K th W. k. including to * March 1907-08. . leting - he Work. Revote. 907. the Work. £ £ 4. 4. £ Roy AL LABORATORY: - - - - Reclaimed Land—rubble stone facing to river embankment - - - - - - - - | ()7,300 3,300 3,300 2,000 2,000 Extension of Y. 21 Boiler House - - - - 2,420 - - 2,420 | Roy AL CARRIAGE DEPARTMENT: Repair and renewal of roofs and skylights, Main Machine Shop . - - - - - - || 9,100 - - 3,400 5,700 ROYAL GUN FACTORY: Buildings for heavy guns - - - - - 44,000 25,000 7,000 27,000 10,000 Foundations, etc., for re-arrangement of machinery, North Boring Mill, West Turnery and Heavy Turnery - - - - - - - - 4,700 - - 2,900 1,800 t BUILDING WoRKS DEPARTMENT AND GENERAL s SERVICES : | New Central Office - - - - - - 75,000 95,000 35,000 16,000 24,000 Extension of Central Power Station . . . ()44,000 34,800 31,200 | 12,800 Improved Sanitation in Factories - - - - 4,500 3,500 2,400 2,100 Raise height of river wall by providing curb on wharves - - - - - - - - (d) 2,160 1,080 540 540 New Rolling Stock Sheds - - - - - (e) 4,000 2,000 1,500 2,500 ENFIELD : New Carpenters' Shop - - - - 2,000 - 2,000 Disposal of sewage - - - - - - (f) 3,000 2,000 185 2,000 815 | WALTHAM ABBEY : Fencing and general protection of Factory - 4,000 2,400 2,380 1,620 - | TOTAL, PART I., carried forward - - - £. 77,280

(a) Exclusive of Machinery made by the Factories, provision for which is made under W
(c)

(b) Estimate increased from 3,300l.

(d) + provided in Army Vote 10, and 3 in Navy Estimates.
(f) Estimate increased from 2,000l.

(e)

es and Materials. Estimate increased from 33,847. Estimate increased from 2,000l.

Waltham | ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE,

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| Abbey. 1907-08. 1906-07. E.—BUILDINGS-continued. - -----—— – PART I. — New Buildings o £. £. £. £. £. to £. 2,000 each or more (as detaile on p. 4) - - - - - - 71,660 4,000 | 1,620 77,280 96,710 PART II.-New Works and Additions, amounting to less than £. 2,000 - - 22,020 3,730 900 26,650 27,990 PART III.-Maintenance and Repairs - 38,100 7,260 8,640 54,000 54,400 TOTAL BUILDINGS - - £. 157,930 179,100 F. — MISCELLANEOUS : Contributions in lieu of rates - - - - - - - - 23,000 22,700 Stationery - - - - - - - - - - - 6,500 6,000 Carriage of stores - - - - - - - - - 1,400 1,500 Travelling expenses . - - - - - - - - 1,300 1,400 Horse hire - - - - - - - - - - - 1,900 2,100 Water supply - - - - - - - - - - - 3,500 3,100 Rents and gas supply - - - - - - - - - - 1,100 100 s Medicines, medical and surgical instruments and medical comforts - 700 700 4. Law charges - - - - - - - - - 100 Woolwich - | (a) 300 t Contributions to local institutions - | Enfield - 52 | Postage, &c. - - - - - - - - 370 Furniture - . . . . . . . . . 400 Insurance of boilers - - - - - - - 330 Winding clocks - - - - - - - - 29 Removing ashes and sweeping chimneys - - - 450 Miscellaneous - - - - - - - 2,569 4,800 4,600 : £. 44,000 42,200

(a) In addition to a grant of £200 to the Woolwich Polytechnic under Army Vote 12.

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