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SECTION 1.GENERAL NOTES ... .,. ... ,..

SECTION 2.WAR ESTAIILISIIMENT AND TRANSPORT 8


SECTION 3.FIELI) K ITS, &c.~
A. Officers ... ... ... ... ... 13
Ii). Warrant officers, non-comniissioned officers
and imien ... ... ... ... ... 17
C. Articles left at the base ... ... ... 21
P. Notes as to method of carrying certain
articles ... ... ... ... ~.. 22
E. Articles carried by spare horses ... ... 24
SECrIoN 4.CART AND WAGON EQUIPMENT
A. Maltese cart ... ... ... ... ... 25
B. Water cart ... ... ... ... .,. 20
C. G.S. luitbered wagon ... ... ... 27
1). (1.5. wagon ... ... ... ... ... 28
SECTION 5.PACK THAN S1OIiT LOADS
A. lack animal for vetciinary equipmnemot ... 29
B. Pack horses for scouts ... ... ... 80
6.CART AN1) WAGON LOAT)S
A. ~rahtcse cart ... ... ... ... .,. 31
13. Water cart ... ... ... ... ... 32
(
No. 1, tools ... ... ... 33
Nos. 2, 4 or 6 S.A.A. ... ... 131
~ ~
I~ b red
I Nos. 3, 5 or 7, pioneer and
sq~nahlmgequipment ... 35
Nos.
andS storot
and 9, machine
...
guns
... 88

Nos. 10 and 11, machine gun


~ amummmunition ... ... ... 40
I) Cl s No. 1 (headquarters); baggage,
stores amid supplies... ... 41
wagons for Nos. 2, 4 or 6 (conipanies),
hiogage,
supplies ... ... ... 44
~torc~ ,tlid Nos. 3, 5 or 7 (comimpanies),
SlIP)) 1(5 baggage, stores mind supplies 45

SECTION 7.DATA ON \VIIICII THE TRANSPORT OF


A MOUNTEI) INFANTRY BATTALION IS
CALCIJLATI1D(a)
A. Annminnition ... ... ... ... ... 40
13. Tools ... ... ... ,.. ... ... 48
C. Rations and fuel ... ... ... ... 49
I). Forage ... ... ... ... ... 50
H. Signalling equipment ... ... ... 51
F ~p tn ~t)it Is shafts pok. nub .m i h tnt cs 2
(a) e.Se~ eelso Section 3.
Sect. i.~eneral Notes. 5

Section 1.GEN~RAL NOTES. -

1. The tables contained in this Manual inn drawn up on the IICtiI, of


1
basis of a eamliptugn in a civilized country, mind in a temmiperate
climate. When mobilizuthon takes place under different comlitions, outtmt.
certain imiodificutions will become necessary, mmd will be notified
froni the IVan Office,
2. The nonimod war establishment of a mounted infantiy battalion, War
showing its composition u.s regqrds persominel and amumnals, is given ~
in Section 2, and no mcml or horses in excess of tile total M. I.
battalion will be allowed to accommlpany the unit in the field.
All details including officers of tint battalion headquarters and n.q. & ~t.o.
mnnelnnc gun section, sleep amid Imiess, nuniiin-llv, imnlepcndcntly of the Section.
companies.
3. The transport of ma battalion is shown after its war establish- Tren~port.
inetit. The transport is divided us tlsp field as follows:
1st line (which always accommipanies the battalion on the mimmtrch) : I5~Iltie.
limbered wagons; Maltese cart; mind pack and spare
animals.
5-
(3 The Gr.S. limmibered wagons, ale numbered and allotted
consecutivel,y as follows:
headquarters No, 1. ... tools, pioneer and signalling
equipment.
A conmpuny No. 2. ... S.A.A.
No. 3. ... tools, pioneer mind signalling
cquipmiicnt.
~ 13 comimpany No.4. ... S.A.A.
No tools, pioneer and signalling
equipment.
C company No.6. ... S.A.A.
too]s, pioneer and signalling
equipment.
Machine gun section... No~. ~mImtchine
guns and stores.

Nos.10 I
mittil 11. ~ IM. U. aimmnmunition.
2nd line (which marches as directed in orders): water cart amid ~udline.
U.S. wagons.
The G.S. wagons for baggage, stores and supplies are allotted and
numbered comisecutively, as follows:
I-Iemsdquarters mmd immachine gun sectioms ... No. I.
A comlipammy ... ... ... ... ... Nos. 2 and 8.
13 coiimpmtny ... ... ..~ ... ... Nos. 4 mt-nd 5.
C commmpanv ... ... ... ... ... Nos. 6 and 7.
(1 Sect. 1.General Notes.
A.S.C. Time personnel for 2nd line transport itt provided by the Army
dnicots. Service Corps; Drivers will jolts mit the place of immobilization fully
clothed anti equipped; cads driven will bring with him a ground
sheet. Spare drivers for 2mid line transport are included in time war
cstahl:shmimicnt of time Arimiy Service Corps company fromim winch time
2mmml line transport drivers are detached.
Settle 4. Sparc draught horses are allowed at time rate of 10 per cent. A
leotse.. driver is allowed for each pair of spare horses.
Sanitation. 5. One N.C.O. amid eight privates per battalion are traimmed in
sanitary duties. 0mm arrival in canip they are available for duty,
and are placed under the orders of the mimedical officer for canip
sanitation purposes, working iii conjumiction with the 1l.A.M.C.
personnel attached. At all other timtiett they take their places in time
ram mks. 1
First aid. Four men in each eoimmpany arc trained in first mue .
Pioneers. 6. One N.C.O. and four moon per eomimpany are tnmsined in pioneer
duties. Company pioneer equipmiment is detailed in time load tables.
BItmcn. 7. l3dtinen it-s the field are allowed at time rate of one for each
officer with one horse, and two for each oflicer with two or three
horses. All biltmcn are fully armed and trained soldiers and are
available for duty in the ranks.
Tiointorce- 8. Drafts to replace wastage are calculated for mounted infantry
meat, at the rate of 70 per cent, during the first year of a war. The first
portiomi of these drafts, with their horses, immobilize with the battaliomm -
unless otherwise ordered, and proceeds with it as far as time ovensen -
Imase; this portion is known as first reinforcemmmemmt, and is calcu-
lated at 10 per cent. of rank and file.
petail.s at Other details shown iii time table as left at the base also immobilize
lease, with the battalion; the ordcrly.room serjeant is attached to time base
record oflice; time reimmninder are attached with time first reinforce~
imment to one of the general base dep5ts.
War outfit. 9. IVan outfit is time immaterial of all kumsds whichi a small requires for
svar. The metimod of carrying it is laid down in Sections 3-6.
Detachimments will lie sent to the place of imombihizatioms of the
imiountcd imifmintr,y unit fully clothed, armmmed and equipped as infantry
soldiers. Articles of clotlnng amid equipmmient peculiar to mounted
infantry will be issued there.
F~quipment. (a) Time equipment required on mitobilization is laid down iii the
mobilization store table for a mounted infamitry battalion.
tOothing. (b) Time clothing a-nd mmecessaries required on immobilization are
detailed in the Itegimlations for time Clotlnng of the Arniy, Part .111.
Supplies. (e) Details of time scale of supplies will be fmuitd imi Allowance
Medical anti llegulatbmmms; mimedical mmd veterinary stores in hiegulatiuns for Army
Veteunnry Medical anti Veterinary Services respectively.
Stationery. (<1) The .statiommen,y considered necessary for us mnmmntod infantry
battalion in time field is shown in Tables of Books, Army Formims
amid Statiommery required on misobilization by units of the Field
Sect. 1.General Notes. 7
Arnmy, issued with Arimmy Orders. A list ofcontents is pasted insimlo
the lid of the stationemy box.
10. I3lankets for personnel are not included in time miormnal scale of fliankets.
svar outfit ; but, solien- .specta1l~jon7eiwl, one blamiket per miman will be
carried. The method of canryimig blammkets is for:
Officers ... ... ... ... ... In valise.
llroutited warramit ofhicers, ~Under saddle, in
mmomi-conimnissioned officers ~ ... ... ~ additiomi to
anti men (blamikct saddle.
l)isimiounted non-connniS-, I
siomied officers amid msmen Iii U.S. wagons.
11. General requisites, such as spare parts and mmmaterials for Iteplenisit-
repairs, are calculated on the assummmptiomm that it will be possible to
rephemushm thmeiim at intervals of about a fortmmigbmt.
12. TIme arrangements for forimmiiig a immoumsted infantry battalion us,tobillsa.
on immobilization, antI. for tIme eommmpietion of its war osmtfit are laid 0cm.
clown in Mobilization Rcgulatioiis.
13. Orders for movemmiemit, when mobilization is eommmplete, will be
issued from the War 0111cc to General Officers Cotninanding.in.
Chief.
8 Sect. 2.War Establishment and Transport.
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B.WARIIANT OFFICEBS, NON-COMMISSIONED
OFFICEIIS, AND MEN. -

DETAIL OF ARTICLES TA1~ENINTO TIlE FIELD BY EACH MAN.


Note.Wberevernames of artIcles appearlu Italics. tin, welghtof the artIcIes~so
printed Is also included In a total given elsewhere itt the table.

No. and how I Ap-


carried, proxi-
Articles. mate Remarks.
Onthe On the weight
person horse, ofeach.

Caovuiscs & N000ssAnIos, aTe.


lb.oz.
Belt, woollen 1 0 4~
Boots, ankle pair 1 14
Braces , 1 0 4.,
(Shaving (a) 1 o i (a) In haversack,
Brushes ~, tooth (a) 1
Cap Comforter (b) 0 3l (I) In pocketofgreat-
Cardigan (or Jersey) 1 16
Corn!. (a) 1 01 coat,
Disc, identity, with cord 1 0 o~
Drawers, cotton pair 1 0J5i
t Dressing, field (c) 1 02 (c) Inside skirt of
Fork (a) 1 ~0 i~ racket.
a Greatcoat (d~ 1 :6 8 - (d) Strapped oo front
Helmet, Wolsoley 1 014~ of saddle. Contains
Hole/all (a) 1 o 4. cap comforter and
) Housete(fe,jitted (a) 1 03 pair of socks in
Jacket, service dress (e) 1 pockets,
Knife, clasp (with marlino spike,
tin-opener and lanyard) 1 0 7~
Knife, table (a) 1 Troops wearing
o0 ~-1 (e)khaki
Laces, spare (a) pair 1 drill rent on
Pantaloons, cord 1 26 active service from
Paybook, A.B. 64(a) 1 02 a warm to a tem-
Puttees pair 1 0 12~ perate climate will
Razor and case (ni 1 03 be supplied with
Shirt, flannel 1 1 1.~ service dress jackets
Soap (a) piece 1 03 as soon as avail-
Socks, worsted pair 1 1(5) 0 4?c able.
Spoon (a) I 0 2~
Spurs, jack pair 1 0 15~
Towel, hand (a) 1 09

Ammunition 303 inch rounds 100 09 (,f) See also Section


small arm(f) ~pistol,Webley ,, 12 05 7A.
Bags, noso, G.S.(with6lb.corn)... 1
Belts, waist, buff, cavalry, (y) ~V.O.and NO.Os.
pattern 85, S.S. (y) 1 12 equipped as staff-
serjeants.
36591 B
18 Sect. 3.Field Kits, &o.
B.WAiIIIANT OFFICERS, &c.conl-on,,rd.

No. and how Ap-


carried, proxi-
Articles, mate Remarks.
On the-On the weight
person~horse, of each,

lb. oz.
Bottle, water, enamelled (filled),
with carrier (5) 1 3 13 (5) Warrant officers
Brush, horse 1 0 10 and staff-serjeants
Harness, near, with saddle have carrier, with
blanket and headrope (1) set 1 13 0 shoulder strap.
Haversack, with: (i) Drivers only ; for
(i) Unused portion of bread detail of set see
or biscuit ration. Equipment Regu-
(ii) Emergency ration. lations.
(iii) Mnifo,fork and spoon
(iv) Tooth brush, shaving In 1
brush, razor and hold- 40
case, comb, all.
(v) Pair ofspare bootlaces
(vi) Housewife, fitted.
(vii,) Towel and soap.
(viii) Pay book(A.B. 04).
Lanyard, pistol (/) 1 02
Leggings, drivers (j) 1 20 (5) Drivers only.
lad, surcingle 1 o io
Peg, picketing (h) 1 14 (k) An additional peg

rod and case (y)


Pouches, ammunition, brown,
pistol, Mk. II. (y) ,
Pistol, ~Vebley, with cleaning

tin used portion of bread


or biscuit ration (a)
sap
1
1
2 12
09

0 12
is allowed for heel-
rope, when carried.

Rations, unused per/ion of meat


ration (1) say 1 0 12 (1) In mesatin,
eoneryenc-ti ratiote (a) 1 .0 9
Rifle, short, M.L.11., with oil
bottle, pull-through, sling,
and riflo bucket (in) 1 10 lii (oh) Rifles of drivers
ROP es Jheel(n)
~ picketing 1 o ii of carts and wagons
I 11 will be carried in
Rubber, horse 1 o 10 transport vehicles
Saddlery, with saddle blanket on the march,
and headrope (o) ... sot 29 4 (ii) 25% only; for use
Shoes, horse (one fore and one with restive horses.
hind) -in shoecase (q) (o) Except drivers;
for detail of set see
Equipment Rsgu
lations,
(q) Except drivers.
Sect. 3.Field Kits, &c. 19
I).\V.tRluNT Oi.FIcElts, &c.contin-ucd.

No. and how A


carried, ~.
proxi.
Articles, mate Remarks,
On the Onthe weight
person horse of each

lb,oz
Sword-bayonet, pattern 1907 or
1903, with scabbard and frog 1
(p) 1 .., 1 5 (p) per rifie~
Sword, cavalry, with scabbard.
knot and frog (g) 1 4 8 -
Tin, mess, with strap and un-
used portion of meat ration 1 2 2
Web equipment, pattern 1908:
Belts, waist (i) 1 ... 0 13 Cr) All ranks except
Braces (r) 2 ... 0 ii warrant officersand
Carriers, cartridge, 75 rounds stafi-serjeants.
(r) 2 ... 17
Whip, drivers(j) 1 ... 0 14~
Whistle, with lanyard (s) ... I ,.. 0 3 (s) Warrant officer.,
stall serjeant,, seT-
jeants,and corporals
(except artificers),

Note.A ground sheet (weight 4 lb. 8 oz.) is carried in regimental trans-


port for each warrant officer, non-commissioned officer and man.
20 Sect. 3.Field Kits, &c.
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C.AIITICLES LEFT AT THE BASE.

(a) Officcrs.
1. Officers isiay leave at the base a bullock trunk packed with
100 lbs. of personal baggage. This reserve baggage will he forwarded
only when it may be deemed convenient to the service by the
General Officer Conimanding.in-Chief.

(5) TVarran( Officers, Non-Cons.wissioncd Officers and lIfen.


Kit bags, containing the spare kit detailed below, will be taken as
far as the oversea base by es.chi man, and will be loft in charge
of company storemon at the general base depot, to be forwarded
only as may be deemed convenient to the service by the General
Officer Cossmianding-in-Chicf.

Articles. No. Remarks.

Clothing.

Boots, ankle pair


Cap, service dress (or glengarry) I
Drawers, cotton pair 1
Jacket, service dress (aj 1 (a) Serving soldiers of 1oot
Shoes, canvas (if in possession) Guards, kilted regiments
pair 1 and highland Light In-
Trousers, service dross (5) pair 1 fantry will take their
white jackets and will
leave thorn at the base,
instead of service dress
~Vecesseu)es. jackets.

Badge, cap ... 1


Brush, hair... (b) Tweed or tartan trousers
Shirt, flannel for serving soldiers of
Foot Guards, trews for
Socks, worsted ... pair I
Towel, hiatid I kilted regiments.

Special Articleo.

Bag, clothes 1
Belt, woollen

Tile boots will be tied together, with the soles outwards, the
regimental number of the man and the number of the unit being
chalked or otherwise legibly marked on the soles. The boots will
be placed in the mouth of the kit bag to admit of their being
readily withdrawn, should it be necessary to order thorn to be
forwarded to the troops in the field,
22 Sect. 3.Field Kits, &c.

D.NOTES ON THE METHOD OF

A ri-ides forming pa-ri of sets s~fIto mess and saddicey

RidIng horses.

Articles. Officers horses. Pack horses, -


- Troop horses, I
horse ridden. Spare.
----- __~_) -- _(2

Bag, miose, G.M (filled Off side, lund Round neck .. -


Near side, lund Near side i
with ff1110. colic) arch of saddle ni-c-li of saddle

flag, tool, furriers ... ... Oil side, hind


nreh~

Blanket, saddle In wagon ... On back, with Under saddle..~ Under saddle...
surcinglo
Brush, horse In nosebag ... In noseijag ... In nosebag ... In nosebag
Cloak (srilb comforter, cup, Behind saddle ... - lront of maci. . -.
and pair of socks in pocket) - lie

Cutters, wire On mans per~ ... - 0cc neons per-


son situ, in frog I
oci waist belt
for use with Off side of A~convenient Near ~Icio of - On pack
pickrting saddle saddle
rope -
hegs, I - -
picketing, for usewith Off side of As convenirnt Near side of On pack - -
heel rope saddle saddle -
(whemi car. -
ned) -
head Round neck .. Round iseck ,.. Round neck ... Round neck

ned)(when
j heel car- Off side
saddle of As convenient - Nenu
saddleside of On pack

I. picketing Oft side of As convenient Near side of On pack


saddle saddle
Rubber, horse In nosebag ... In nosebag ... In nosebng ... In nosebag --

Tin, mess Rear of near .. -~ Rear of near ...


lund arch hind arch

Wallets, veterinary ... ... Off side v~chind


ui-rh

Novcs.l - Officers many, at their own discretion, provide saddlebags. If an ofdccr is


ii. Comiucandiuig officers may authorize picketing gear, or any part of it, tote
lIce slucickle of the level rope. The shackle is buckled on to the near arch ii
8. When luggage ~addlo Is carried on the oIl horse, the mioseliags of both hones,
secured to rear arches on either side of saddle.
4. Ihe method of carrying signalling equipment is under consideration, in)
2$
Sect. 3,Field Kits, &c.

CARRYING CERTAIN ARTICLES.

(e%CeJlt saddleblanlccts) arc not included in this Tablc.

Draught horses, lst line Dracight horses, 2icd line


(with regicnental drivers). (with A.S.C. drivers).
Oh horse Itencanics.
Off horse Spare horstci.
(svhen
wearing
hiear horse. (wll ga~inffNear horse. lcsgguge
5~~
saddle,. saddle).

Near side, hind Off side, hind On off horse Secscrrti let Round neck In Wagon
arch rear arches selien luggage
arch ol saddle s!LtldlC is car-
on either
side of lug- ried in tIme
gcege saddle wagon.

t loolitags of
On lsrk sri tic furrier men-
t
i~ndersaddle .- ,i wagon Under saddle In wagon .- - ]ecuct~cviii it,,
surcingle carried for
them its tramms
1
In nosebag In nose tag i In noscbag... In nosebag In nosrltcig jort wagomis.

Front of sceddl, On lcsggagtc


saddle

0cc cloak On luggage In wagon . .- In ws~gon ... As conveiciemit


saddle

On cloak On lcsggccege In svagon ... In wagon ... As convenient


saddle

Round neck .. - Round neck .. - Rocind neck Round neck Round neck ..-

On cloak On lcmggnge In wagon In wagon As convenient


saddle
On luggage
On cloak In wagon . -- In wagon As convenient
smiddle

In nssebcceg . -- In nosebag .. - In nosehag. In ncosebag In nmoscbcig .. -

Ricer of near Rear of near


hind arch . . - hind arch

alloweci more than one horse, saddlebags came be carried on the spare horse,
coerced in the wagons. Otherwise each set of picketing gear is In oscc ltundle held together by
the Universal pattern saddle, or to one of the Ds on time Colonial Iccotterss stedcllc.
sod the cloak, are fnstemced to time luggage saddle; cloak roiled IS inches loecg, anti noseltags

custruotions will be Issued later.


24 Sect. 3.Field Kits, &c.

EARTICLES CARRIED BY SPARE HORSES.


Riding horses ... ... 40 per battalion.
Dmauglnt horses ... ... 7
Each spare horse will carry one of each of the following ~rticies
Bags, nose, G.S., with unexpended forage
Bit, bridoon, pattern 84
Blanket, saddle
Brush, hOrSe
Collar, head, Mark III
5
l ad, surcinglo
1cg, picketing (cc)
Reins, bit
(head
Ropes, -( heel (5)
~picketing
Rubber, horse
Surcingle, leather
(a) 25%, for restive horses only.
(b) An additional peg for heciropo, when carried.
Sect. 4.- Oart and Wagon Equipment. 25

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Sect. 4. OdIt and Wagoii Equipment.
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Section 5.PACK TRANSPORT LOADS.

A.PACR ANIMAL FOE VETEI1INARY EQUIPMENT.

(1 lElt imArr.~LmoN).

Approximats
weight,
Articles. No. Remarks,
lb. oz,

Ihine gear 1 0 1)
Bags, -{ nose 11.8. withi unex-
I,, pended forage say 1 7 0
Blanket, saddle 1 5 4
Brush, horse I 0 10
Chest, veterinary field (filled)... 1 84 0
Mallet, heelpeg 1 2 8
Packsaddlery, G,S. large... sot 65 (1
Pad, surcingle 0 10
Pegs, picketing (a) 1 1 4 (a) Ansi one extra for
hoelrope, when
ihead 1 0 13 allowed,
Ropes .~heel (I) 1 11 (I) For restive horses
(picketing I 1 1 only.
Rubber, horse .., I I 4
Shoes, horse with nails (C) pr. 1 (~ 3 (c) In line gear bag.
Additional gear say 2 0

Total equipment and load 173 13


30 Sect. 5.Pack Transport Loads,

B.PACK 11O1ISES FOR SCOUTS.

(2 pi~i~COMPANY.)

Approxiwate~
Articles. No, weight. Remarks.

lb. oz. -~

(line gear 0 0
Bags, -~nose, 11.8. with ulsex-
t_ pended forage say
Blanket, saddle I
Brushi, horse -
Bucket, water, 11.5. canvas
Mallet, heelpeg
Packsaddlery, 11_S. large.,, set
lad, surciogle
Pegs, picketing (a) (a) And one extra for
hmeolrope, when
(head allowed.
Ropos ~lied (b) (/t) 1 per 4 horses only
(,picketing allowed for use with,
restive animals,
Rubber, horse
Sheet, ground
Shoes, horse, with nails (c) pr. (c) In line gear bag,
Additional gear say
Load, as required
not to exceed ______ I
Total equipment and load.., 273 10
Soot. 6.Oart and Wagon Loads. 31

Section 6.CART AND WAGON LOADS.

The distribution of the loads carried by regiimiental transport,


shown in this section, has been arrived at after a series of packing
trials, and a departure from it would only be justified by excep-
tional circumnstances. For purposes of calculations tine iimaxiiiiuin
load for a G.S. wagon for baggage stores and supplies with 4 inorm4es
has been taken as 2,700 lb. Time weights of individual items in the
loads, of different Marks of wagons, and of individual wagons of
the same Mark, nmnay be found to vary.

A.MALTESE CART.
t
(1 I EIl BATTALION.)

Approximate
Remarks,
Articles. - I No, woight.

lb. oz.

Blanket, saddle (a) 1 fi 4 (a) For the off horse.


Companion, medical, corn- I
plete, with water bottle -
(filled) 1 19 2
Haversack, surgical, corn- -

piete, with water bottle -


(filled) 1 13 2
Panniers, field, JNo. 1...~ 1 0! 0
medical (filled), No. 2... 1 72 0
Stretchers, amubulance .,, 3 102 0
Valise, horse-shoe, with S
sets of shoes (and nails) ,,. 1 20 0

Load ... ,,, ~22 8

Maltese cart, equipped


(s-f. page 25) (h) 784 3 (b) Approximate only; -
- - weight variesaccord.
ing to Mark,
Total loaded cart ...~ ... 1,103 11 lOs-wV,, about,
32 Sect. 6.Cart and Wagon Loads.

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44 Sect. 6.Cart and Wagon Loath,
D.G.S. WAGONS FOR BAGGAGE, STORES AND
SUPPLIES.
COaIiANIES2 P113_ COMPANY.
No. 2, 4 or 6 (See pa~a. 3, page 5).

Approxi-
mate
. Weight.
Articles, No. Remarks.
lb. oz.

Ire ynci Locates.


Axe, felling, curved helve,.. 1 0 0
Box, candles, F.S. (filled)... 1 1 11
Forage, compressed.,, bale 1 82 0
Knives, opening tins 2 1 S
Lantern, tent folding 1 7 S
Luggage saddle (and appur-
tenances as at note (I)
page 33) 1 43 4
Reins, driving, long.,. set 1 4 4
Surcingle, leather (a) 0 15 (a) For the off lead horse,
Valise, horseshoe, with 3 sets
of 011005 (and nails) 1 20 0
IN TUS Bony.
Equipment and stores 2 10 8
Blankets, saddle (b) (b) For the off horses.
Panniers, grocery (cj 2 (33 0 (C) To contain groceriesfie.
tailed below and l3lbs.
Whip, driving 1 1 0 oh biscuits loose.
Supplies :--
Iiiscuits (d) ... rations 1(33 224 8 (d) Packed in 3 cases
each containing S0lbs,
l3lbs. loose are carried
in one of the grocery
Groceries 320 08 12 panniers.
Jam(e) 200 73 0 (e) One case ofSO. llb. tins.
Limejuice (f)... 320 18 0 (f) One gallon jar filled.
Meat preserved (9) 103 193 0 (,q) Two CftSOS (tl 00 tIns,
pIns 43 tiI~~loose,
Oats (1~) sacks 19 1480 0 (Is) 18 sacks at~
8OIbs. ( plus weight
1 sack ,,tr of sacks.
Slbs. i
Rum (j) rations [92 08 0 (j) Three 1-gallon jars,
filled. Two of the jars
are in a case.
Load 2375 14
0.8. wagon equipped
(ef. page 28) (ic) 1985 15 (ic) Approximate only:
weight varies accord-
Total loaded G.S. wagon ing to Mark.
No.2 4ord 13 39 cwb.. about,
~eco.o,-~aro
anu wagon Jjoaas, an

D.G.S. WAGONS FOR BAGGAGE, STORES AN]) SUPPLIES.


C0MIAxIpoe.2 I:n COMPANY.
No. 3, 5, or 7. (See pam. 3, page 5).

Approxi-
Articles. No. ~ Remarks.
_______ ____________ lbs. or.
Ire rain Loccinji.
Axe, felling, curved helvo ... 1 6 0
Box, candle. FS. (filled) ... 1 1 11
Forage, compressed ... bale 1 82 0
Handcuffs, common ... pair I 1 2 0
Lantern, tent, folding ... 1 7 8
Luggage saddle (and appur.
tenauces as at note (1)
page33) 1 43 4
Reins, driving, long.., set 1 4 4
Surcingle, leather (a) ... 1 0 15 (a) For the off lead horse.
Valise,horseshoe, with 3 sets
of shoes (and nails) ... 1 20 0
Is Bony.
rue
Equipment and stores :~
Baggage, officers 6 210 0
Balance, spring. 80 lb. ... 1 3 11
Blankets, saddle (1.) 8 42 0 (b) For offirei-s and off
Boots, ankle, assorted sizes horses.
(spare) pails (3 27 0
Boxes, dubbing or mineral
jelly (e) 4 10 0 (e) Each with 2lb~.dubbing.
Brushes, harness, hard ... 8 3 8
Buckets,water.G.S.,eanvas (30 39 11
Flannelette, Tilk. 111, yds. (30 2 0
Hooks, reaping. large ... 10 10 0
implements, butchers set 1 37 0
Irons. (figures0 to 8 ,, 1 4 8
branding letters,3j A.B.C. .. 1 1 8
~inch (1 letter . MJ.,, 1 1 0
(for officers
Kettles, camp) (packed) ... 2 34 0
oval, 12 quarts) for rank and
( file (d) ... 10 00 (I (d) Two cradles, each of ~
Linen, 01(1 lb. 1 0 kettles.
Mallets. heelpeg 24 (30 0
Pegs, picketing 42 55 0
Rugs, horse, small 9 03 0
Sheet~,ground 155 587 8
Shoes, horse, in boxes
(spare) sets 28 201 0
Whip, driving 1 1 0
Supplies:-
Oats sacks (e) 8 (356 0 (e) Each sack containing
SOlbs.
Load 2174 0
OS. wagon equipped (cf.
page 28) (f) 1085 15 (f)Appreximateonly,weight
- varies according to
Total loaded G.S. wagon Mark. I
,,,_~ .3, 5 or 7 ... 4l~9 15 37 ewt-., about.,
NoynIn addition
T to the above load one wagon will carry a spare pole,
draught. No. A. and two wagons a spare pole, draught, No. 17. Ai regards
Spare wheels see footnote page 43.
4G Sect, 7.Transport Data.

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Leaflets :No. 1. Orgamiisation and Principles; No, 2. Terms and
Conditions of Service; Service of the Imperial Yeomanry. ld.
each, or Os. per dozen, or 3*. per 100.
Organisation and Establishment. Special A.O., March18, BBS. Gd.
Regulations for the, and for County Associations. 3d.
Do. Amendments, Aug. 1909. is.
Scheme for the Transfer of the Ilonourablo Artillory Company, the
Imperial Yeomnammry in Great Britain, and the Volunteer F orce, and
their Reorganisation into the Territorial Force. Special A.O.,
March 18, 1908. 24,
Training. Provisional, 24.
Transfer of Units to the. Special A.O., March 20, 1908, enclosing.
the Order in Council dated March 19, 1908. 24.
Uniform. Special A.O., June 12, 1008. 14,
Tractor Trials held by tue Experimental Sub-Committee of the-
Mechanical Transport Commnittee at Aldershot, Sept. amid Oct., 1003.
Report on. Gd.
Training and Manceuvre Regulations. 1909. 44.
Transport Manual. Field Service. 11)05. Iart I. Provisional. 44.
Transport. Mechanical. Regulations for the Ahmpointment of
Inspectors of. 14.
Trumpet and Bugle Sounds for the Army. With Instructions for the
Training of Irumpoters amid Biuglers, 1909. 04.
Typhoid (Anti-) Inoculation Committee, Report on Blood Olianges-
following Typhoid Inocmmlation. 1905. Is. Gd.
Uganda Protectorate. Prcis of Inlormatbon, Sept. 1902. Os. Gd.
Urdu-Englimsh Primer. For the use of Colonial Artillery. 1899, 15:.
Valise Equipment. Imistrmmctions for Fitting :
iattermi 1888 with pattern 181)-I louch opening outwards, 1805. Id.
liandolier pattern. 1903. 21,
Valparaiso. The capture of, in 1801. is.
Venereal Disease, See Medical Services.
Veterinary Corps. Army, Regulations for Admission. 1000. 24. ;
Standing Orders, 1900. 44.
Veterinary Services. Army. Regmmlations. 1900. 34. -
War Office List, and Administrative Directorym~for the British
Army. 1910. Sold imp ilarrmson ~5.~ 45, J (f Mall. Os. net..
(Jim. the piess)
Water Supply Manual, Is. 01,
X-Ray Apparatus. Hints regarding the Management and Uso of, 3d.
Zuligland. Prcis of Inforniatiomiconcermming. WithaMap. Doe.,1894. 4:.
Zulu War of 1879. Narrative of the Field Operations connected with
the. i8~1, (Reprinted 1907,) 3*.
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