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Transcript of The Bugle, 28 July 1899, p.2898
Please remember that all transcripts show what is written on the page; spelling and grammatical mistakes are not corrected.
The undermentioned are taken off duty for employment as follows:
No. 4273 Pte. T. Attenbro
No. 4613 Pte. H. Wilmott } Regt. Police
No. 5518 Pte. C. Sharpe
No. 6095 Pte. M. Kelly } Printing Press
No 5380 L/C. R. Sliming, is taken off duty for employment in the Coffee Shop.
No. 4297 Pte. S. Holt, is taken off duty for employment as Target Maker.
No. 4786 Pte. W. Huff, is taken off duty for employment as Assistant Caterer Sergeants Mess.
No. 4109 Pte. H. Monday, is taken off duty for employment as Storeman in the Qr. Mr's Stores.
No. 6758 has been allotted to Boy James Francis Durham.
The undermentioned are appointed Lance Corporals with effect from 19th June '99
No. 5209 Pte. W. Francis, "A" Coy.
No. 4243 Pte. T. McGrath, "A" Coy.
Lce Sgt. Watkin is appointed Assistant Instructor in Army Signalling from 10th June '99.
Corporal Riley is appointed Assistant Instructor from same date.
Class of Instruction.
The following extract from G.O.C.C. No. 437 dated 9th June 1899.
Qualified for the appointment of Pioneer Sergeant.
No. 3381 Sergt. F. Threader, 2nd Durham L.I.
No. 6195 Pte. G. Henderson, has been granted extension of furlough to 1st Sept: 1899.
Extension of Service.
No. 4359 C/S. W. Wills, has been permitted to extend his service to complete 12 years with the Colours.