Navy & Army

Illustrated

A Magazine

Descriptive and Illustrative of Everyday Life in the Defensive Services of the British Empire.

EDITED BY

Commander CHARLES N. ROBINSON, R.N.

VOL. VI.

LONDON:

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ACTION ALOFT, Military Masts and Fighting-Tops (Article by Major

C. Field, R.M.L.I.)..........ig-20

ADMIRAL CERVERA SURRENDERS HIS SWORD ...    390

ADVANTAGES OF MARRYING A SOLDIER, The (Article by

Cicely McDonell).........102-103

AFRIDI WAR, The—

Brothers in Arms, 117 ; The “ Gay Gordons " on the March, 117 ;

Well Provisioned......... .    .    118

ALBERT EDWARD, H.R.H., Prince of Wales, K.G., K.T., K.P.,

G.C.B., Honorary Admiral of the Fleet    . (Coloured Plate)

AMERICAN SHIPS OF THE HOUR—

The " Marblehead,” One of the Cruisers that Attacked Cienfuegos,

250; The ” San Francisco,” Lately added to Commodore Schley's Squadron, 250; Deck of the Battle-ship ” Oregon,” now safe from the Pacific, 250; The Latest addition to “ Uncle Sam’s "Navy—The Cruiser “ New Orleans ”    .........    251

ANNUAL TRAINING OF THE-P.W.O. ARTILLERY MILITIA—

In Rear of the Battery, 333 ; A Deadly Weapon, 333 ; Returning from Church Parade, 333; Inspection Day—Volley Firing, 333; The

Inspecting Officer, 333 ; The Officers’ Mess.....333

ARMY FARRIERS-EXPOUNDING A THEORY ....    432

ARMY FINANCE (Article by ” Exchequer ")    ....    582-583

ARMY SIGNALLING (Article by " Flagwaggtr”).    523-524

ATHLETIC SPORTS, Duke of York’s School—

A Gymnastic Display, 453; ” Mens Sana In Corpore Sano,” 453;

The Hurdle Race..........453

AT THE FRONT IN THE SOUDAN—

Returning from Church, 133; A Wood-cutting Party, 133: A Call to Arms, 133; Ready ..........    133

' AT THE SIGN OF “THE GREAT POWERS" (Article by Captain

W. P. Drury, R.M.L.I.).........607

ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF KHAN OF DIR, The—

The Khan of Dir and His Levies.......204

AUSTRALIAN STATION, Home from the—

Commander John Casement and Officers of the ” Rapid," 373 ; Man-of-War Anchorage, Farm Cove, Sydney Harbour, 373; The

Company of the " Rapid "........- .    374

AUXILIARY FORCES AT THE CRYSTAL PALACE, The—

Tents at the Tournament, 472; A Yeoman and his Charge, 472 ;

Reveille.............472

AUXILIARY NAVAL OFFICERS, Our—

Lieut. F. W. Corner, Royal Naval Reserve, 309 ; The Training Ship “ Macquarie," 309 ; Some Cadets of the " Macquarie ”    309

AVENGING OF GORDON, The—

The Sirdar Reviewing Friendly Arabs, 430; Sirdar Reviewing Egyptian Horse Artillery, 430; A Well-known War Correspondent,

430; The Triumphal Entry into Berber, 430 ; The Spoil of Aibara, Teaching Dervish Deserters the Goose Step, 431; On the March,

431; Three Months Later, 431; A Step Further—Firing Practice,

431; Pore Benighted 'Eathen ”.......431

BATTLE OF CAVITE, The...... 536

BATTLE-SHIP, A First-Class—

The Pride of the Second Barge, 602 ; The Men in Authority, 602 ;

Might Personified /........ 6O3

BATTLE-SHIPS AND CRUISERS, New—

The New First-class Battle-ship " Illustrious," 349; The New First-class Cruiser "Niobe," 349; The New First-class Cruiser " Europa" 349 BERMUDA DOCKYARD—

Docking a Dock—Scraping oft the Barnacles, 179; The ” Intrepid ” Undergoing Repairs, 180; A Deck View in Dock ....    180

BLOCKADED CITY, The—

The Governor-General’s Palace. 182 ; The Puerta DeLa Tierra, 182 1 Morro Castle, the Strongest Fort in Cuba, 183; A Bit of Old Havana, 183; Havana Harbour—American Fleet Outside    183

BLOCKADING SANTIAGO—

The United States’Battle-ship " Massachusetts," 493; The United States' Battle-ship "Texas,” 493; The Forward Deck of the " Massachusetts," 494 ; The United States’ Cruiser " Minneapolis "    495

BLUEJACKETS AS SKIRMISHERS—

Skirmishers Advancing, and Firing from the Left, 374 ; On the Ridge—A Good Position, 375 ; Awaiting the Order for a Final Kush 375

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BOMBARDMENT OF MATANZAS.......150

BOWDEN-SMITH. Vice-Admiral Sir Nathaniel.....505

BOXING COMPETITION, Army and Navy Annual-

Driver Welsh v. Corporal Merckel, 15; Lieutenant Shine ». Captain Goodwyn. 15; Sapper Miles v. Private Regan 1.    .    .    .15

BRIDGING THE MEDWAY—

The Bridge Completed—Steamer Passing Through ....    480

" BRITANNIA," A Supplementary—

The Chairman of the “ Conway ” Committee, 165 ; The " Conway,"

165 ; On the Monkey Yard, 166; On the Upper Deck, i» 6; At Work with the Sextant, 166; Captain Miller and the Jubilee Review Party,

167 ; A Group of the " Conway ” Cadets, 167; The " Conway's ”

4-in. Breech-loader, 168; The Reading Room.....168

” BRITANNIA’S " CUBS AT PLAY—

A Group of Prize Winners, 4G6; The “ Britannia's ” First XI., 467;

The “ Britannia's ” Second XI., 467; The Sports—On the Horizontal Bar.............467

BRITISH CENTRAL AFRICAN PROTECTORATE—

Mangoche Fort, Central Africa, 561; The Officers’ Bungalow, 561;

The Gateway of the Fort, 561; The Commandant’s Quarters, 562; Non-Commissioned Officers, 562; The Garrison of the Fort, 562;

Lieut. Brogden, R.M.L.I..........562

BULLER’S ARMY AT WAREHAM, With—

A Block at the Railway Station, 565; Leaving for the Camp, 565;

Soldier Servants and Officers' Luggage, 565 ; Some Live Baggage,

565 ; ” Now Then, Hurry Up,” 565 ; The 7th Field Company R.E.

Arrive, 565; On the Way to Wareham, 566; A Fatigue Party at Work, 566; To the Cavalry Camp, 566 ; A Steep Ascent, 567; The Maxim Arrives, 567; Live Provisions, 567; Fascines in Construction,

568; Ready for Use. 568; A Well-earned Rest, 568; An Officer's Tent, 568; The Water Cart, 568 ; Camp Equipment .    .    .    568

BUTTS AT BISLEY, At the—

The Duke has a look round the Camp, 469; Winners of the Brins-mead Trophy, 469; The Charterhouse Boy Wins the Ashburton Shield, 469; Regulars v. Volunteers, 470; A Study in Position, 470;

Blair Lodge Team Shooting for the Ashburton Shield, 470 ; Miss Leale, Guernsey, 470 ; Winners of the United Service Cup, 471 ;

The Ante-Room in the Canadian Hut......174

CADET CORPS GYMKHANA. A—

The Wheel-barrow Race. 434; The Tug-of-War, 434; The Thread and Needle Race, 434; The Potato Race, 435; Tilting at the Ring,

435; The Result of Tilting at the Bucket......435

” CALLIOPE,” Steering Wheel of the .......    357

CAMELS FOR KHARTOUM—

Teaching the Young Idea, 527 ; On the way to Khartoum    527

" CAMERONS " IN EGYPT, The—

The “ Camerons' ” Crack Shots—The Late Captain Findlay in the Centre, 153 ; The ” Camerons’ " Racing Crew—Major Napier to the Right, 153; The Late Captain Findlay's Company, 153; The

“ Camerons " on the March........154

CAMPBELL, Commander H. H., K.N. .......    241

CAMP WITH THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH’S OWN ARTILLERY, In— The Officers of the Corps, 399 ; Cliff End Camp, Isle of Wight, 399 ;' Issuing Rations to the Camp Cooks, 400; The Tallest and the Smallest of the Corps, 400; A Typical " Vieux Moustache ”    400

CANADA, Our Colonial Forces—

Some Canadian Army Chiefs, 46; Royal Canadian Dragoons—Sentry in Winter Uniform, 47; Non-Commissioned Officers, 48; A Squad on Parade, 48; Officers of the Royal Canadian Dragoons, 48; Troop Sergeant-Major, Governor-General’s Body Guard, 94; Officers, Governor-General’s Body Guard. 94; Sergeant of Canadian Hussars,

95; Squad of 6th Duke of Connaught’s Royal Canadian Hussars, 96;

Types, Canadian Cavalry, 96; "Watering Order Parade" Artillery Practice Camp, Deseronto, 142; Lt.-Col. J. F. Wilson,

Royal Canadian Artillery, 142; Battery on Sleighs —" Action Front,”

143; Winter Equipment, Royal Canadian Artillery, 143; Staff-Sergeants and Sergeants, gth (Toronto) Field Battery, 144 ; Battery in Action. Artillery Practice Camp, Deseronto, 144 ; The 3rd Montreal Field Battery, 190; Halifax Artillery in Winter Dress, 190; The North-West Mounted Police of Canada, 191; Sergeant-Major Kendall. 3rd F.B,,. C.A., 192; A Champion Racing Team, 192;

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CANADA —Continued.

Trumpeter Bishop, 3rd F.B., C.A., 192; The Summer Dress of the N.W. Mounted Police, 238; Officers of the Governor-General’s Foot Guards, 238; The 65th 11 Mount Royal" Rifles, Montreal — Sergeant and Private, 239; Types of the 10th Grenadiers, 240; A Review of the Governor-General's Foot Guards, 240; A Bugle-Major of the 2nd Queen’s Own Rifles, 286; The Band of the 2nd Queen’s Own Rifles, 286 ; " Ready ! ’’—The 3rd Victoria Rifles at Drill. 287 ;

An Inspection of the 5th Royal Scots, 287; The Bicycle Corps of the 3rd Victoria Rifles, 288; Representing Canada—A Group of all Arms, 288; The Officers, 13th Battalion of Infantry, 334; The Officers of the Contingent, 334; The Jubilee Contingent at Quebec,

335 ; The Highland Cadets of Canada—Rifle Exercise, 336; Major

Lydon & Cadet N.C.O.’s, 336; The Officers of the 48th Highlanders 336

CARR, Rear-Admiral Henry John........25

CAVALRY AND MOUNTED SAPPERS IN THE FIELD—

Laying the Charge, 373; The Explosion, 575; An Explosion under Water, 575; The Remains of the Tree Stump, 575; Laying a Charge at the Stockade, 576; All that was Left of the Stockade,

576; Feeding a Charger.........576

CAVALRY REGIMENTS. Our—

A Type of the nth Hussars, 196 ; A Sergeant of the 18th Hussars    45

CELEBRATING WATERLOO AT WELLINGTON COLLEGE—

A View of the College, 301; The Head-Master of the College, 301 ;

Wellington College Volunteer Company......301

CERVERA’S SQUADRON, The Annihilation of Admiral ...    392

CHANNEL SQUADRON, At Sea with the—

The New Cruiser ’’ Arrogant," 2 ; The New Cruiser " Diadem," 2;

The Ship’s Company of the " Arrogant," 3 ; The Officers of the " Arrogant," 4 ; The Officers of the Channel Squadron Flag-ship    4

The Officer of the Watch on Duty, 74; Catting the Anchor, 74;

" Solitude, Where are Thy Charms ? ” 74 ; Taking a Constitutional,

74 ; Washing Day, 75; The “ Rock Scorpions ’’ at Work, 75; Taking

in the Coal, 75 ; " Line Ahead ”........75

CHANNEL SQUADRON, Commander-in-Chief and Staff of the .    1

CHANNEL SQUADRON REGATTA, The—

Port Mahon, Majorca—“ Blake ’ and ” Charybdis ’’ at Anchor, 274 ; Winning the Admiral’s Cup, 274 ; "Two Into One Won't Go,” 275 ;

The Flag-Lieutenant's Misadventure, 275; The "Blenheim’s"'

Cutter, 275; White Wings, 275; Port Mahon as seen from the

Entrance—" Majestic ” at Anchor.......275

CHANNEL SQUADRON, Round the British Isles with the—

The Service Life-boat Afloat, 513 ; "Short Practice," 513; Practice with the Maxim, 513 ; Morning Prayers, 513 : The Latest Addition t6 the Battle Squadron, 513 ; Into the Launch, 549: Towing the Boats Ashore, 349; The Landing at the Jetty, 549; The Gunnery Training Class, 549; Going over the Gangway, 549; Torpedoes Ready for Firing, 550; Brought Back for Torpedo Practice, 550; Recovering a Torpedo, 550 ; Coming Alongside in a Squall, 550 ; Steaming

to the Attack........ 551

CHAPMAN, C, B., General Edward Francis .....37

" CHATEAURENAULT," Launch of the First-class Cruiser, at Toulon 276 CHESHIRE YEOMANRY, The—

At the Butts, 339 ; The Review, 339; The Victoria Cross Race—

Picking up the Wounded, 340; The Band......340

"CHOOSERS OF THE SLAIN"—

The T.B.D. "Janus ” at Rest, 393 ; Bows on, 393: At the Landing Steps, 393; Stern on, 393 ; The " Swordfish " Under Way, 393 ; The

" Desperate ” at Anchor.........393

CHURCH, Rear-Admiral E. J.........217

CITY OF LONDON ARTILLERY CHURCH PARADE, GUILDHALL .............189

CITIZEN SOLDIERS AT SYDENHAM-

Church Parade, 491 ; The Camp Hospital, 492; Officers and Staff,

492 ; Visitors in Camp.........492

COALING RECORD, The Channel Squadron-

Looking Aft from Ship's Fore Bridge, 621; Looking Forward from Stern of Collier, 621; The Quarter-Deck Hoist from Collier    621

COALING UNDER DIFFICULTIES—A Fact. By R. R. R. .    .619-620

COLDSTREAM GUARDS, The New Battalion—

A Battalion in Embryo, 61; The Adjutant and Non-Commissioned Officers, 3rd Coldstream Guards, 61; Coldstreamers from the South 62 COLDSTREAM GUARDS, The—

The Colonel and Adjutant in Camp in Wet Weather, 261; The Coldstreamers at Physical Drill, 261; The Colours and Drums 01 the Coldstreamers, 262 ; Changing Guard at the Tower of London,

263; The Coldstreamers’ Football Team, 264; A Group of Staff-

Sergeants ............264

COLONEL R. H. MURRAY, MAJOR J. A. CAMPBELL, AND

LIEUTENANT C. J. RAMSDEN.......134

COLVILLE, Capt. The Hon. S., R.N........241

COMMANDER IN CHIEF AT PORTSMOUTH, The—

Lord Wolseley and Staff, 525; The East Lancashire Marching Past 526; The Shropshire Light Infantry in Review, 526; The Royal Artillery Passing the Saluting Point    .......    526

COOK-HOUSE YARN, A.........9

CONNAUGHT, H.R.H. The    Duke    of,    K.G., Etc.....526

CRACK CAMEL CORPS, A—

A Havildar and his Mount, 338; The Birkaneer Camel Corps on

Parade............. 339

CROSSING AN IRISH RIVER—

An Infantry Picket at the Liffey Ford, 573 ; Making a Start, 573 ;

A Gun Afloat, 573 ; Fording the River, 574 ; A Trestle Bridge, 574 ;

Two Ways of Crossing .........    574

CRYSTAL PALACE TOURNAMENT, The (Article by Colonel J.

Graham)............414

CUBA, After Landing in—

The Landing at Baiquiri, 489; Cubans Sharpening Machetes, 489 ; Roosevrlt's Rough Riders in Action, 489 ; Cuban Volunteers Round

Santiago............489

CUBA, The Spanish Army in—

Awaiting the Attack, 441 ; Sappers using the Heliograph, 441; Fortress Guns in Action, 441 ; Head of a Mountain Artillery Column,

442 ; Mountain Guns in Action, 442 ; A Mountain March .    .    442

CUBAN WAR SCENES—

Officers of Spain's Artillery Corps in Cuba, 277 ; Artillery Waggons for Colonial Service, 277; An Open-Air Celebration of Mass, 277 ;

Practice in a Sea-Coast Battery.......278

CYCLE PARADE AT ALDERSHOT, Officers' Annual-

Preparing for the Inspection    .     304

DAILY SCENE IN MILITARY LIFE, A—

The Regimental Canteen Committee at Work    ...    264

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DANISH NAVAL CADETS (Article by Davy Jones) .    462-463

DAVIES, Lieutenant-General    Henry    Fanshawe.....13

DECISIVE NAVAL VICTORIES.    (Article).....560

DEFENCE OF HOLLAND,    The.    (Article).....618-619

DESTROYED SPANISH CRUISERS, The—

Loading a 5 5-in Gun, 445 ; Laying the Gun, 445 ; Field Gun for Landing Parties, 445; Ready for the next Round, 446; A Call to

General Quarters ...........464

DEVIATORS. By W. J. Shannon. The—

Chapter I., The Pith Helmets, " A Thousand Rifles Rang Out," 210;

Chap. II., Marooned, "The Discovery of Sub-Lieutenant," 211;

Chap. III., Angel Raphael, "Observe that Knight, Jim Twelves,”

236; Chap. IV., Glimpses of the Angel, 260; Chap. V., Betrayed,

" The Bluejackets Dashed Through the Shallows to the Bank," 283 ;

Chap. VI., The Rescue, " Paddling Hard Down Stream," 307 ; Chap.

VII., Tragedy, "The Canoe, with the Helpless Lieutenant, was Almost Lifted Along,” 330; Chap. VIII., Lost, "No Graves—No Dead," 355; Chap. IX., Found, "Look for yourself,” 378; Chap.

X., Back to the Navy, " When the Whole Camp Stood to Arms,"

380; Chap. XI., Further in the Navy, 404; Chap. XII., Nearing the Cave, " Firing from Both Banks," 427 ; Chap. XIII., A Little Skirmishing, " The Tin Box was Not There! ’’ 450; Chap. XIV., Nearing Home, “Heave to, and give the password," 452; Chap XV., The Contents of the Box," They’ve pinched the coinsand the jools," 476;

Chap. XVI., The Nearly Perfect End of It All .    .    .    499

DOMESTIC LIFE OF TOMMY ATKINS. The (Article by G. H.

Rayner)    ...........246

DOWN IN THE DEEP—

Making their Toilet, 107; Ready to Descend, 108; Commencing

Operations............108

DUKE OF YORK. Capt. H.R.H., R.N. The .....    241

DUNEDIN NAVAL ARTILLERY VOLUNTEERS, The—

Officers and Men, 585 ; Officers and Non-Commissioned Officers,

589; The Camp of Instruction, 589; Mess Orderly Parade    590

DUNNE, General John Hart .........    93

DURSTON, Sir Albert John, K.C.B........361

DUTCH ROYAL MILITARY ACADEMY, The (Article by H.

Lawrence Swinburne)    416

EARLY VOLUNTEER CYCLING (Article by Charles E. Branch) .    65-66

EASTER WITH THE VOLUNTEERS—

The Advanced Party, 85; In Camp, 85 ; Issuing Ammunition, 85;

Volley Firing, 85; Firing Line Advancing to Attack, 86; Artillery in Action, 85; Cyclists at Bay, 86; Bringing in the Wounded, 86;

“ Cease Fire,” 87 ; The Water Supply, 87; The Regimental Barber

at Work, 87 ; Homeward Bound.......87

ELSWICK SHIP-BUILDING YARD, The—

Lord Armstrong, 34; No. XI. Shop—The North Bay, 34; The Launch of the "Yashima,” 35; The Japanese Cruiser “ Idzumi "

(Ex-“ Esmeralda’’) 36; The Italian Cruiser “Piemonte.” 36, The Japanese Cruiser " Yoshino," 36; Sir A. Noble, K.C.B., 82; In the Machine Stop, 82; Large Press Working on Red-hot Ingot, 83 ; The Argentine Cruiser "Nueve de Julio," 84; The Brazilian Cruiser "Quinze De Novembro ” (Ex-“ Republics,’’) 84; The Chilian Cruiser “ Blanca Encalada, '84; The Building of the "Yashima,"’

May 3rd, 1895,130 ; The Japanese Battle-ship" Yashima," 130: The ''Yashima’’ Passing the Swing Bridge, Newcastle, 131 ; The Building of the “ Yashima," July 23rd, 1895, 132; The Building of the "Yashima,” July 23rd, 1895—Between Decks, 132; The Chilian Cruiser " Esmeralda,” 132 ; The Argentine Cruiser "Buenos Aires,” 170; No. VII. Shop, Showing Travelling Cranes capable of lifting 50 tons, 170; The Chilian Cruiser "O'Higgins” taking the Water, 171 ; A Broadside View of the Torpedo Gun- -Vessel " Tatsuta,” 172; A Cruiser in Course of Construction, 172 ;

No. XXIX. Shop, Showing Portions of Gun-Shields and Casemates 172 ; The Chilian Cruiser " Blanco Encalada," Three Quarter Speed,

218; No. XI. Shop, South Bay—Making Wire-wound Guns,

218 ; A 6-Pounder Quick-Firer, Elswick Pattern, 219 ; A iz-Pounder Quick-firer on Light Mounting, 219; The Chilian Cruiser " Nueve De Julio,” Broadside View, 219; On the Building Slip—Bringing up Armour Plates, 220 ; No. XI. Shop, Middle Bay—

Gun Making and Mounting, 220; The Naval Constructor at Elswick,

266; Via. Shop, Guns going through the " Browning " Process, 266 ;

The 12-in. Wire-wound Gun—The latest adopted by the British Navy, 267 ; A 47-in. Quick-Firer, 268 ; An 8-in. Quick-Firer, 268;

The Chilian Cruiser “Almirante O'Higgins" Ready for Commission,

268; Norway’s Latest Battle-ship—The " Tordenskjold,” 314; A Huge Machinery Shop at Elswick, 314; No, XVI. Shop—Making Torpedo Discharge Tubes, 314; The Norwegian Battle-ship " Harald Haarfagre" at Full Speed, 316; The 6-in. Quick-Firer Without

Shield, 316 ; The Elswick 6-in. Quick-Firer.....316

ESSEX REGIMENT, The—

The 2nd Battalion on Parade—Quarter Column, 482 ; The Officers of -

the 2nd Battalion, 482; The Drums and Fifes, 483; Non-Commissioned Officers of the Battalion, 483 ; Winners of the Commander-in-Chief's Cup    ...........    483

EVOLUTION OF MILITARY BANDS, The—I. (Article by Dr.

John Storer)..........127-128

EVOLUTION OF MILITARY BANDS, The.—II. (Article by Callum

Beg)......... 486-487

EVOLUTION OF THE ARMOURED CRUISER, The (Article by

L. Carr Laughton)..........438

FAMOUS MILL, A—

The Action between the " Chesapeake " and " Shannon," 122 ; Front View of Mill, 122 ; View of Interior of Mill, 123 ; Rear of Mill showing portion of Timbers....... .123

FAR EAST OUTPOST, A -

Drummers and Buglers—The King's Own, no; The Glory of the King’s Own, no; On Orderly Duty, no; John Chinaman asa Submarine Miner, in; John Chinaman as a "Bobby,” 112; Drawing

Rations............112

FELLOWES, Rear-Admiral John, C.B. ......73

FIELD DAY AT WIMBLEDON, A—

Marching to the Battlefield, 14 ; With the Cadets—A Hot Corner, 14; Repelling an Attack, 14 ; The Staff in Consultation ....    14

FIELD DAY WITH THE HANTS BRIGADE, A—

A Council of War, 371 ; Cyclists, 2nd V.B. Hants in Action, 371 ;

The Field Artillery Prepare to Advance, 371; Waiting for News from the Signallers, 372 ; The Maxims—Getting Readv, 372 ; The Beaulieu Road Camp ...    372

INDEX—Continued.

TAGE

FIGURE-HEAD RELICS, About Some Old -

The " Princess Royal " of 1853, 590 ; The •' Edinburgh," 1811, 590 ;

The " Orion ” of 1854, 590; The "Leander" of 1848, 591; Stern Carving from " Prince Consort " of i8fn, 591 ; The “ Chesapeake ” of 1855, 591 ; The " Imperieuse " of 1851, 591 ; Carvings from Bows of the " Ocean ” of 1861    .........    591

FIRST ACT OF HOSTILITIES, The.......129

FIRST-CLASS BATTLE-SHIP, In a—

The Officers of the " Illustrious," 410 ; On the Spar Deck, 410; In the Ward Room, 411 ; The Midshipman s Home, 411 : A Brace of

Monsters .    ..........411

FIRST SKIRMISH OF THE WAR, The-

Skirmishers Advancing in Open Order, 348; Sighting the Spanish

Cavalry, 348; The    Line    Opens Fire.......348

FOOTBALL IN THE ARMY—

Football Team 1st South Lancashire Regiment, 184 ; The Team of the King’s Royal Rifles, 184; The Final for the Army Challenge

Cup.............184

" FOR VALOUR”    (Article    by    A.    B.    Tucker)......608

FOREWARNED. A Story of the Intelligence Department, by Major Arthur Griffiths—

Chapter XV., " I Scrambled Through that Grating," 6 ; Chap. XVI.,

8 ; Chap. XVII., 30 ; Chap. XVIII., " At the Admiralty," 31; Chap.

XIX., 32; Chap. XX., “ On Board the Liner," 54; Chap. XXL, 56;

Chap. XXII., " There she goes, cried the Major, 1 90 ; Chap. XXIII..

" Poor gentleman, this ought to do him a world of good," ns; Chap.

XXIV., rr6; Chap. XXV., "The Missing Papers," 139; Chap.

XXVI., " I saw my friends come on board," 161; Chap. XXVII., 163;

Chap. XXVIII. '...........164

FRENCH CRUISER, "LAPEROUSE,” RECENTLY LOST IN

THE EAST INDIES, The........622

FRENCH IN CHINA, The—

The Second-Class Cruiser “Jean Bart," 50; The Old Armoured Cruiser "Vauban,"5o; The Second-Class Cruiser “Pascal,” 50;

A 5’4in. Gun (1884 Pattern), with Recoil Mounting, in a French Armour-Clad, 51; The Protected Cruiser, "D'Entrecasteaux," 52;

The Second-Class Cruiser "Descartes," 52; The "Bayard," Flagship of the French China Squadron.......52

FRENCH IN SOUTHERN SEAS, The—

Watching for the Captain's return, 360 ; A " Make-and-mend-clothes Day," 360; The "Eure’s" Quick-firing Gun Detachment    .    360

FRENCH IN THE MEDITERRANEAN, The—

The New Chief of the French Naval Staff, 514 ; The Newest French Torpedo-boat Destroyer Afloat. 514 ; " La Foudre,” with the Naval Balloon on Board, 514 ; The “ Sinai " before Launching .    515

FUTURE GENERALS OF THE UNITED STATES—

Cadets at Cavalry Drill, 230; Cadets at Infantry Drill, 230 ; “Right About Turn, March 1 ”........ 230

GATACRE, Major-General William F., C.B., D.S.0.....337

GATES OF PORTSMOUTH DOCKYARD, The—

Admiralty House, 597; The Main Gate, 598: The Unicorn Gate,

598; The Marlborough Gate........5g8

GEARY, Major-General H. Le Guay, C.B.......69

GIANT CRUISER, A—

Heads of the Executive Staff of the " Terrible," 297; The Engineer Staff of the " Terrible,” 297; The Upper Deck of the “ Terrible," as

seen from the Fore Bridge Looking Aft......298

GLYN, Lieutenant-General John Plumptre Carr .    .    109

" GOLIATH," The Launch of the —

Prepared for Baptism, 81; Starting on her Career, 81 ; In her

Native Element...........81

GRAND MILITARY RACQUETS CHAMPIONSHIP, The—

Victors and Vanquished in the Final Round.....39

GREENWICH HOSPITAL SCHOOL—

Bluejackets in Embryo, 355 ; A Very “ Steady " Craft, 555; A Bit of Practical Training, 555; Under Plain Sail, 556; A Useful Instruction for Sailors, 556 ; Close Cropping, 556; Cricket on the Asphalte,

599; “ Hi-Cockalorum, Jig! Jig!! Jig!!!’’599; The Noble Art of Self-Defence, 599; A Swimming Lesson, 600; The Ancient Game of Marbles,” 600; "Stone Walls Do Not a Prison Make ”    600

GROUP OF SCOUTS, A.........528

GUARDS—

7th Dragoon Guards, 408; Royal Horse Guards, 408; 8th Hussars,

1st Dragoon Guards, 408; 2nd Life Guards, 408; 3rd Dragoon

Guards............408

GUN-BOATS AT THE FRONT, Our—

The Shallow-draught Gun-boat" Heron," now on theNiger, 12; The Shallow-draught Gun-boat " Sultan," now    on the Nile ...    12

GUN-BOATS ON THE NILE, The—

A Section in the River, 160; Marines for the Gun-boats, 160 ; Fitting the Section Together, 160; The Gun-boat “Melik," now at Wady Haifa    .    ...    160

GUN PRACTICE, The 2nd D.V.A. at —" Fire "    .....    477

GUNNERY IN THE ROYAL MARINE LIGHT INFANTRY—A

LESSON ON AMMUNITION....... 129

HEAVIEST CRUISER IN THE CHINA SEAS, The—

The Officers of the" Powerful," 98 ; Rifle Drill on the Forecastle, 98

The Captain’s Cabin of the " Powerful ”......99

HERBERT, Admiral Frederick Anstruther......457

"HERMES," Launch ofthe—

Taking the Water, 159 ; After the Launch.....159

' HILDYARD, Major-General H. J. T., C.B., P.S.C.....481

HISPANO-AMERICAN WAR, The—

The Crew of the " Pelayo,” now on Active Service, 177; Inside a Barbette on the " Pelayo," showing the Breech Mechanism of the 22-ton Gun, 177; " til Solitario"—Spain's Largest and most Powerful War-ship, the " Pelayo," Ready for Sea, 178 ; The Officers of the Cruiser "Vitoria,” 179; The "Vitoria" Ready to leave for the

Scene of Hostilities..........179

HOLLAND'S MILITARY CADETS—

A Cooling Swim, 429; Sounding the "Fall In," 429; Swimming Horses, 429; A Shady Spot for the Horses, 429; Quenching their Thirst, 429 ; An Afternoon Siesta    ,    419

HOME-COMING OF HER BOY,    The.......285

HOME PORTS, In the-

Flooding the Dry Dock, 436; Getting Provisions on Board, 436; Clearing the Provision Lighter, 436 ; Hoisting in Powder and Shell,

436; Stowing away 12-in Projectiles, 436; Passing the Powder below ■    436

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HONOUR OF ST. GEORGE, The—

Genl. Willis and Officers, 2nd Northumberland Fusiliers—St. George's Day, 231 ; Band, 2nd Northumberland Fusiliers-St. George’s Day, 231 , 2nd Northumberland Fusiliers—Trooping the Colours,

231 ; 2nd Northumberland Fusiliers Marching out -St. George's Day, 232 ; 2nd Northumberland Fusiliers—The N.C.O.'s.    232

HOSPITAL AFLOAT, A —

Going to have a Bad Time, 664 ; Not so Bad, After All, 604; Sick

Bay of the " Powerful” .........    604

HOW ACCURATE SHOOTING IS MADE—

Instructing Seamen in the use of the Range-finder ....    468

HUNTER, Major-General Archibald .......    193

HUSSARS, The 15th, at Aldershot—

An Experimental Gun Carriage, 383 ; Church Parade    .    383

" ILLUSTRIOUS," The Captain and Commander of the    409

INDIAN CAMP FOLLOWERS (Article by Captain Claude Bray) 594*595 “ INDIANA," Looking Aft from the Forecastle of U S. Battle-ship    57

INSPECTION OF THE ROYAL MARINE LIGHT INFANTRY—

The Review on Southsea Common.......168

INTRENCHMENTS (Article by Lieutenant-Colonel J. Graham) .    343

INVASION OF CUBA, The—Roosevelt's Rough Riders in Action .    342

IRISH BISLEY, The-

Firing for Lord Roberts' Cup, 518; Lady Roberts gives away the Prizes, 518; The Winners of Lord Roberts'Cup ....    519

IRISH TRAINING SHIP, The—

Battalion Drill—Ready to March, 465; Sail Instruction—Reefing Topsails, 465 ; The Mess Deck, 466; The Captain’s Cabin    .    466

JONES, General Sir H. S., K.C.B., Royal Marines.....385

KASHMIR GATE, DELHI, The........39

KHARTOUM AT LAST—(Supplement at End of Book)

The Transport " Nubia ” in Malta Harbour; Taking the Baggage to the Ship ; Men and Baggage going on Board ; The Camel Corps Practising Square Formation; Disembarking at Alexandria; Unshipping a 5-in. Howitzer; Safely Over the Side; A Halt on the Way to Cairio ; The Officers of the Grenadier Guards at the Front;

Ready to Leave for Omdurman; Ammunition for the Lancashire ■ Fusiliers; The Guards Receive their Ammunition; The Battle of

Omdurman.

KHARTOUM, On to—

An Open-Air Service for the Troops, 537; The Equipment for the Campaign, 537; Waiting for the Desert Train, 537; A Last Goodbye .............537

KHARTOUM, On the Road to—

Stalwart Seaforths, 203 ; A Stern-Wheeler, 203 ; A Baggage Train,

204 ; Starting for the Front........204

KITCHENER BEFORE KHARTOUM, With.....558

KNIGHTS OF THE GENEVA CROSS - A Case for "First Help" .    347

LANCERS, 17th, 580; 1st Life Guards, 580; 2nd Dragoons, 580;

1st Dragoons, 580; 7th Hussars, 580; 16th Lancers ...    580

LAND FORCES OF SPAIN, The—

Troops of the Royal Household, 155 ; In quest of a site for the Ovens,

155 ; Setting up a Double Field Oven, 155 ; Surveying Work at the War School, 156; A Patrol of the Guardia Civil, 156; The Military

Staff in Majorca...........156

LANSDOWNE, The Marquessof. K.G., G.C.M.G., G.C.S.I., G.C.I.E.    577

LAST SEA GOING THREE-DECKER. The (Article by H. B. M.

Buchanan, late R.N.)......... 596

LAUNCH OF A BRAZILIAN BATTLE-SHIP AT LA SEYNE    .    405

LIFE IN THE VOLUNTEERS (Article by Captain W. Haines) .    521-522

" LONG SERVICE " IN THE ARMY—

Sergeants, Devonshire Regiment, 148; Eleven Sergeants and Thirty-

seven Medals...........148

LORD DUNDONALD’S NEW GUN CARRIAGE—

The Dundonald Carriage (Old Pattern,) 382 ; The Dundonald Galloping Carriage............383

LORD ROBERTS’ STATUE, The—

Spectators at the Ceremony, 63; The Statue, immediately after

Unveiling............84

LYDDITE FOR THE SIRDAR (Article by Lieutenant-Colonel John

Graham)............546

MACDONALD, Colonel The Right Honourable J. H. A., C.B., V.D. .    433

MACNAB'S ISLAND, In Camp at—

At the 600 Yards’ Firing Point, 322; Shooting Promotes a Healthy

Appetite, 322 ; Innocent Recreation.......322

MADRID, Military Movements in—

Horseman of the Palace Guard, 345 ; The Spanish Field Gun, 345 ;

A Parade of the Ciudad Rodrigo Cazadores, 345; Artillery Passing

the Puerta Del Sol, 345; Off to the Wars......345

MAGNIFICENT SQUADRON, A—

The Chahnel Fleet at Anchor in Rosas Bay, 225; The Marine Officers ofthe " Jupiter,” 225 ; Preparing for Inspection, 225; Ready for Inspection, 216 ; Taking a Consort in Tow, 226; Pulling round the Fleet—“ Here They Come,” 226; “ There They Go " .    .    226

MAKING MARKSMEN IN INDIA—

Maxim Practice—" Get Ready," 290; An Excellent Shot, 290 ; Rifle Practice—" Present," 290; Looking for Results, 290 ; Volley Firing,

" ’Tion," 290; Comparing Notes, 290: Officers of the Pachmarhi School ot Musketry, 291; The Native Commissioned and Non-Commissioned Officers of all Corps ...    .    .    291

MALTA DOCKYARD—

Hydraulic 160 ton Crane in French Creek, and Vaidala Barracks,

543; Hydraulic Crane Removing 67-ton Gun, 543; Hamilton Dock, 543 The “ Empress of India" in Hamilton Dock ....    544

MANCHESTER REGIMENT, The—

(food Exercise for Quarantined Soldiers, 327; Officers of the 1st Battalion, 327; The 1st Battalion on Parade, 327; The New Draft

from the 2nd Battalion    ...... 328

MANOEUVRES AT MALTA, The—

Morning Toilet—An Easy Shave, 278 ; Field Hospital and Ambulance Waggons, 279; A Group and its Sentry, 279; A Picquet ofthe Suffolk Regiment, 280; Officers, Dorset Regiment, 280; Madalene

Camp and Fort ...........280

MANOEUVRES. Notes from the—

Commanders-in-Chief in Consultation, 609; The Chief and the “Times,’' 609: Distinguished Military Critics, 609; The Duke is Satisfied, Coy ; Where are the White Caps ? Coy ; Sir Evelyn Wood

INDEX—Continued.

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MANOEUVRES—Continued.

Manoeuvring, 609; Bulford Camp, 610; "Horse, and Away," 610; After the Battle, 610; Gunners at Work, On ; Bound for Wareham, 611 ; " Eyes and Ears," 6ti; The Cook-House, 612; The Soldier’s Brougham, 612 ; On the Lookout, 612; Dismounted Cavalry, 612; Awaiting an Opportunity, 612; "Lines of Communication," 612; A Difficult Bit, 613; Horses about to be Watered, 613; Returning Refreshed, 613; Hired Transport, 614; How Water is obtained, 614; The Illustrated Press, 614; The Pioneers Busy, 614; ‘‘Party, Eyes Right! ” 614 ; Hold On, 614 ; English Dust and Foreign l'oes, 615; The Devonshire Advance to Meet the Invaders, 615; The "Blues" Prepare an Ambush, 615 ; An Advance Guard of the Invaders, 616 ; One of the “ Blues " Loses His Way, 616; Good Fun for the Small Boys, 616 ; The Bridging Battalion to the Front

MAP OF MILITARY MANOEUVRES.......

MASSY, Lieutenant-General William Godfrey Dunham, C.B.

MEDALS (Article by Charles S. Jerram)......

MEDITERRANEAN FLEET, Annual Sports of the—

The “ Subordinate Officers'' Start, 249; Obstacle Race—Negotiating the Barrels, 249; Obstacle Race—Up and Over .    .    .    .

MILITARY MANOEUVRES, At the—

The Staff at Work, 585 ; Detraining Transport Horses, 585 ; Weighing Corn, 585; Tommy’s Luggage, 585; Officers’ Baggage, 5H5; Sappers at Work, 586; Pitching Camp, 586 ; On the March, 586; Making Cattle Pens, 586; Arranging the Water Supply, 586; Sir R. Buffer’s Headquarters, 587 ; Examining Forage, 587; The Favourite Paper, 587 ; Relieving Guard, 588; A Novel Zareba, 588; Fair Critics, 589 ; Preparing for Parade, 588; Watching the Fight . MILITARY MANOEUVRES ON SALISBURY PLAIN, The—

- General Sir Redvers Buffer, V.C., G.C.B., 530: En Route for Ware-ham, 530 ; Unloading Stores, 530; With Luck's Division at Bulford, 531 ; Regimental Necessaries, 531; Supply at Demand, 531; The

Last Bale, 531; A Morning Toilet, Wareham.....

MILITARY NICKNAMES (Article by Callum Beg) .

MILITARY TOPOGRAPHY (Article by An Ex-Professor) . MILITARY TOURNAMENT, Preparing for the—

Obstacle Race, 146 ; Cutting at theTurk’s Head, 146; Tent Pegging, 146; Balaclava Melee, 147; Victoria Cross Race, 147; Tilting at the

Ring.............

MILITARY TRANSPORT IN INDIA.......

MILITIA, With the Bidfordshire—

The Camp in Ampthill Park, 444; The Camp Kitchens, 444; A Tea

Party outside the Mess Tent........

MINE LAYING IN THE CANARIES—

616

559

289

223-224

249

588

531 547 548 222

M7

464

444

Lowering the Mine into Place    .    .    .    ' .    .    .    386

MINISTERING ANGELS—

The Nursing Sisters of the Tirah Expedition, 16; A Ward in the

Hospital............16

MUSIC IN THE NAVY (Article by John Stockholm)    .    247-248

MUSKETRY IN THE NAVY—

Winners of the Methuen Cup, 563 ; Winners of the Queen Charlotte

Cup, 563 ; Winners of Sir J. Davis’s Cup......563

MUSKETRY TRAINING OF THE ROYAL MARINES, The—

The Morris Tube Gallery, Royal Marine Light Infantry Barracks, Stonehouse............592

NATAL COAL FOR THE NAVY—

The " Magpie " Coaling at Durban.......495

NAVAL ENGAGEMENT IN MANILA BAY, The ...    174

NAVAL FAMILY, A—

Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt and their Sailor Sons.....496

NAVAL FIELD DAY AT MALTA, A—

Marching Past in Line of Quarter Columns, 10 ; Returning to form in Review Order, 10; Starting on the Return, 10; Marching down

Strada Levante...........11

NAVAL TRAINING BRIGS, The—

The " Liberty "—Shortening Sail, 310; The “Nautilus"—A Fair Wind, 310; The " Pilot "—Airing Canvas, 311; The “Sealark”—At Anchor, 312 ; The" Seaflower"—Close Hauled, 312 ; The " Martin ”

Hove-to............312

NAVY AND THE PEERAGE, The (Articleby H. Lawrence Swinburne) 510-511 NEW HOSPITAL AT ALDERSHOT, The—

The Duchess Leaving, 484 ; The Staff and Nurses    484

NEW SPANISH MINISTER OF MARINE, The—

Captain Ramon Aunon Y Villalon.......375

NEWEST FIRST-CLASS CRUISER, Our—

A Broadside View, 446; The Stern and Launching Ways, 447;

Under the Starboard Bows—The Cradle with Dogshores and Launching Apparatus, 447 ; Mrs. Tom Vickers Receives her Final Instructions, 448 ; " Success to the ‘ Amphitrite ' ” .    .    448

NEWLY-COMMISSIONED BATTLE-SHIPS—

The “Magpie" Coaling at Durban, 496; The "Alexandra" as she

appears to-day...........496

NEWLY-COMMISSIONED CRUISER, A—

Captain Langley and Officers, 123; The " Bonaventure," 124; The

Ship’s Company...........124

NICHOLSON, Admiral Sir Henry Frederick, K.C.B.....313

NIGHT AT SEA IN A BATTLE-SHIP, A (Article by Commander

E. P. Statham, R.N.).........175-176

NORFOLK REGIMENT, 4th Battalion—

The March Past, 338; The Regimental Colours, 338; Seargeant-Drummer Mace and the Band, 338; Performing the Firing Exercise 338 NORWEGIAN NAVAL CADETS (Article by Davy Jones) .    .    67-68

NOTES AND QUERIES OF SERVICE AFLOAT & ASHORE—

Forts Around London 5, Differences in Battle-ships 5, Mortality Among Camels 5, Religious Convictions Against Blood Guiltiness 5,

" Red Tape" Demon 5, Garrisons of Coaling Stations 5, On Joining the Army 5, Sailors’ Food 5, Army Remount Department 5, A iC-in.

Breech Loader 5, The Coaling of Warships 29, Soldiers' Food 29,

Sailors' Food 29, “Davy Jones's Locker" 29, Launch of First Britannia 29, On Joining the Yeomanry 2g, Trades in the Royal Engineers 29, Uniform of a Brigadier General 29, Duties of Infantry Colour Sergeant 29, A Memento of the "Trafalgar" Britannia 53, Discipline in the Army 53, Funds for Greenwich Hospital 53, The Indian Staff Corps 53, The Health Report of the Navy 53,

The Navy at the Military Tournament 89 Ancient Naval Uniform 89, The Position of the Militia 89, Feeding an Army 89, Volunteer Engineers 89, Examinations of Volunteer Officers 113, Largest Battle-ships in the World 113, Dress of the Life Guards 113, Ships' Carpenters 113, A Famous Anniversary 113, Ships’ Cooks 113, Colour of Army Uniforms 113, Colour of a Battle-ship 113, Jews in the British Navy 137, New Battalions for the Army 137, Naval Officers' Servants 137, Promotion in the Medical Staff Corps 137, The Navy

NOTES—Continued.

in the Peninsular War 137, Origin of the Title of Hussar 137, Naval Artillery 137, The Chinese Army 137, Recruiting in the Army 137, Submarine Boat “ Peral " 152, Music in Training Ships 152, How to Distinguish an Admiral 152, Training of Militia 152, Naval Rank 152, Princess Henry of Battenburg and Wounded Soldiers, 152, The United.States' Army 152, Soldiers' Clothing 185, A Relic of the Nile /'Canopus" 185, The Fight at Villiers-en-Couche 185, SmokeTactics 185, Service Language Examinations 185, Lieut.-Com. Cowles U.S. Naval Attache 185, Naval Instructors' Uniform 209, H.M.S.

“ Crescent " 209, Strength of the Army 209, Foreign Dislike to England 209, Infantry in Mountain Warfare 209, The Duke of Saxe-Coburg’s Position 209, Record of the 1st Battalion Duke of Connaught's Light Infantry 209, Warships Building in Europe 209. Regimental Distinctions 209, Cycling as a Naval Sport 209, Cost of the World’s Great Wars 209, The Most Powerful Battle-ship In France 209, Queen as a Rifle Shot 209, Commemorating Battles in Warships' Names 257, Origin of the Word " Sergeant" 257, English Regiments at Colloden 257, Smokeless Powder 257, The First Volunteer Cyclist 257, A Volunteer Banquet in 1799 257, Garabaldi at Marsala 257, Punishments in the Navy 257, Warships' Names 257, The Albert Medal 281, Soldiers' Pay 281, Men-of-War's Life Boats 281, Mounted Volunteers 281, Queen's Barge 281, Honorary Colonels 281, The 12-in. Wire Wound Gun 305, Motto of the 7th Dragoon Guards 305, Naval Architecture 305, British Cavalry Regiments 305, Unique Medals 305, Clothing of Seamen 305, no-Ton Gun 305, Clothing the U.S. Army 305, Dutch in Saldanha Bay 305, British and Foreign Army Hand Books 305, Queen's Own Corps of Guides 353, Lodestones 353, Native Indian Regiments 353, “Sovereign of the Seas” 353, How to distinguish Non-Commissioned Officers 353, Five Masted War-Ships 377, Cavalry Saddles 377, Bluejackets' Food in 1831 377, "Calibre" of Guns 377, "Grog’’ 377. Cycling in Continental Armies 377, Origin of Epaulettes 401, Good Conduct Medals 401, Bluejackets' Dress 401, Inspecting a Battalion 401, Court Martial and Mutiny Act 401, Queen’s Life Guards 401, A Ship's Displacement 401, Oil Fuel 425, Drunkeness in the Army 425, Cycling in the U.S. Navy 425, Armour on Church Walls 425, The first “ Illustrious ” 425, Russian Soldiers 425, Naval Boat Racing 425, Naval Winners of the Albert Medal 425, French Colonial Schemes 423, Flags on the Royal Yacht 449, Light Infantry Regiments 449, Night-Watches on War-Ships 449, Indian Frontiers 449, Submarine Boats .449, Khedive's and Kandahar Stars 449, Ancient Naval Ordnance 449, Quartermasters and Ridingmasters 473, Ancient Weapons of War 473, Yeoman of the Guard 473, Torpedo Boats 473. Regimental Expenses of Years Ago 473, “ Scrub Hammocks and Wash Clothes" 473, Presentations to Retiring Officers 473, Ancient Naval Flags 473, Origin of 1st Royal Dragoons 473, Death of Admiral Popoff 488, Soldiers' Titles 488, Church on Board Ship 488. Commissions through the Militia 488, A Naval adaptation of Shakespeare’s “ Seven Ages” 488, Rank Badges 488, Marine Uniform of Years Ago 488, “Dragoons" and "Dragoon Guards" 512, Ships’ Pets 512, Military School of Music 512, Origin of word “ Bayonet ” 512, " Clear for Action " 512, War-Dogs 512. Competitive Examinations and Three Yearly Appointments 545, Naval Flags 545, Strength of a Field Battery 545, Poetry, The Strength of Armies 545, Origin of Rank of Commander 545, Highlanders’ Ostrich Plumes 569, The Cycle and Military Topography 569, Cycling in French and Russian Armies 569. Oldest Volunteer Corps 569, The Squadron - System 569, Destruction of Sikh Kingdom 569, Burmese War Medal 569, National Sympathies 569, Military Moustaches 593, Sub-marine Boats 593, Flogging in the Army 593, The Royal Marines 593, Double Commissions 593, Arrangement of Titles in the Navy List 593, Cost of Lee-Metford Rifle 593, Nelson's Signals in Different Fights 593, German Army Manoeuvres 593, Descriptions of Admirals Cornwallis and Collingwood 617, Equipment of British Linesmen 617, Captain of the Fleet 617, Foreign Court Martials NOTES FROM THE INDIAN FRONTIER—

Brigadier-General Elies and Staff, 254 ; General Sir William Lockhart in Camp, 254; Medical Officers, Nurses, and Orderlies, Now-shera, 255; A Mountain Battery on the March, 255 ; Mountain Guns

in Action......"......

NOVEL EXPERIENCE FOR BLUEJACKETS, A—

The Landing Party, 386; Aboard a " Ship of the Desert,” 386 ; The Start for the Rifle Range.........

“ OCEAN," The Launch of the—

On the Slip—Before Launching, 417: The “Ocean” Taking the Water, 417 ; In the Hamoaze—Waiting for Tugs OFFICERS AND SHIPS OF THE HOUR—

The New Second-class Cruiser “Dido," 242; Captain G. Neville, H.M.S. " Dido,” 242; The " Crescent,” in which the Duke of York Hoists his Pennant, 242; The New Second-class Cruiser “ Isis,” OLD SOLDIER, The (Article by Callum Beg) .

OMDURMAN, The Bombardment of ....

OMMANNEY, Kt„ C.B., Admiral Sir Erasmus.....

ON FOREIGN SERVICE—

Field Service Kit—Front View, 40 ; Back View .... OUR FUTURE NELSONS—

Extremes Meet—The " Britannia".......

OUR RESERVE OF BLUEJACKETS, STOKERS, &c„ AT THE

NAVAL BARRACKS, DEVONPORT......

OUR “SERVICE” BOOK-SHELF, 17, 41, 65, 79, 104, 127, 164, 175, 199, 223, 247, 271, 295, 320, 343, 367, 391, 414,439, 464, 486, 521, 536,

560.584............

PACIFIC STATION, Onthe—

Catching a Tartar, 388 ; Midshipmen of the " Imperieuse, 388; A Winter Day in Vancouver Island .......

PATTISSON, Captain John R. E„ R.N........

" PHILOMEL,” The Welcome Home to the—

Captain O'Callaghan, C.B., and Officersofthe “Philomel,” 26; The Company of the " Philomel

PIONEERS OF THE KING S OWN (ROYAL LANCASTER)

PIPER FINDLATER..........

" POLYPHEMUS,” The Torpedo Ram—

Going out of Harbour at Malta, 58; Commander Edward L. Lang and Officers of the “ Polyphemus,” 58 ; The “ Polyphemus " at Sea, 5S ; The " Polyphemus " in Dock at Malta—Bow View PORTS AWAITING BOMBARDMENT-

The Vizcaya Bridge, Bilbao, 394; The Dockyard at Ferrol, 394; The Arsenal at Cartagena, 394 ; The Ports of Barcelona “POWERFUL," The Captain, Commander, and First Lieutenant of the

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PREPARING FOR ACTION IN A BATTLE-SHIP (Article by Commander E. P. Statham, R.N.)

PREPARING FOR COMMODORE WATSON—

The Protected Cruiser “Alfonso Xlll.’’ 516; The “Villa De Bilbao's" Landing Party, 516; Man and Arm Ship .

PREPARING FOR THE ALDERSHOT MILITARY TOURNAMENT .....

PREPARING FOR THE END-

“ Stand By," 477 ; “ Heave Together ”......

PRINCE AND THE MILITIA, The -The Prince Passing through the Streets "PRINCE GEORGE,” On Board the—

The Captain, Commander, and First Lieutenant, 501; The Officers of the " Prince George.” 502; The Ship’s Company, 502 ; Hoisting in a Torpedo-boat, 503 ; On the Quarter-Deck, 503 ; The Stokers, 503 ; The Boat Deck, 503; Polishing Up the Seach-Light, 504: The Dinner-Hour—■* A Stretch Off the Land," 504; The Thick End of

the Big Guns....... ...

PRIVATE TOMKIN'S MISTAKE (Article by Drapeau)

PUBLIC SCHOOLS’ FIELD DAY, A—

Lying in Wait, 381 ; Creeping Up Under Cover, 381; The " Thin Red Line”—Opening the Attack, 381; Arrival of the Reds, 382; Harrow Corps in Action, 382 ; A Hot Corner, 382; In Ambush PUNJAB LIGHT HORSE, The—

Coming into Camp, 406; A Troop Falling In, 406 ; A Fatigue Party, 406; Church Parade, 407 ; Major Arthur Grey, 407; In the Horse Lines 407; Regimental Office........

QUEEN AT ALDERSHOT, The—

The Hospital for Soldiers’ Wives, 397; Officers, Gordon Highlanders, 397 ; Pipers, King's Own Scottish Borderers, 397; Lance Drill, 12th Lancers, 398 ; Physical Drill, Welsh Regiment, 398 ; Limber of the Field Artillery, 398 ; Cooks, Somersetshire Light Infantry, 399; The ’ Arrival of Her Majesty, 423 ; Presentation of Colours to the 3rd Batt. Coldstream Guards, 423; H.R.H. The Prince of Wales Inspects the Gordon Highlanders, 423; The 12th Lancers Marching Past, 424; The Review by Her Majesty, 424 ; The Queen Leav'ng

Aldershot............

QUEEN AND THE BERKSHIRE MILITIA, The —

The Officers of the 3rd Royal Berkshire Militia, 478 ; The Camp Kitchen at Reading, 478; Trooping the Old Colours, 478; Her Majesty the Queen Presenting the New Colours at Windsor Castle . QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY AT GUERNSEY, The—

The March Past, 302 ; An Admiring Crowd.....

QEENSTOWN HARBOUR, Haulbowlie Island and the Nursery of Irish Bluejackets—

The " Black Prince " at Anchor, 454 ; Captain Langdon and Officers, 454; “ Furling Sails," 455; A Lesson with the Anchor Model, 456; “ Old Ireland's Hope ".........

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RECRUITING FOR THE YORUBA REGIMENT—

The Yoruba Regiment's New Chiefs, 202 ; Non-Commissioned Officers, Yoruba Regiment, 202 ; Drumming up Recruits, 203; Off to

Join.............

REINFORCING THE CHINA SQUADRON—

Captain Callaghan and Officers of the " Hermicne," 216; The

Company of the " Hermione ”■........

REGIMENTAL BADGES (Articles by H. Lawrence Swinburne)

43-44' 439-44°. 570-

“RIGGING CHURCH”.........

ROYAL COMMISSION, A—

Captain H.R.H. The Duke of York, Commanding the “Crescent,”

350; The Officers of the “ Crescent," 350 ; A 6-in. Bow-chaser, 351 ;

The " Crescent ” at the South Railway Jetty, Portsmouth Dockyard,

351; The Quarter-deck of the ” Crescent, 351; In the Deck-house on the Fore-bridge, 352 ; The Forecastle of the " Crescent "

ROYAL FUSILIERS, The 3rd Battalion—

The Officers of the New Battalion, 292 ; Non-Commissioned Officers of the 3rd Battalion, 292 ; The New Battalion on Parade .

ROYAL HOSPITAL, KILMAINHAM, DUBLIN—

The North Front, 70 ; The Grand Hall, 70; Sunday Morning—The Hospital Church, 71 ; The Chapel of King Charles the Martyr, 71;

In the Reading and Recreation Room, 71 ; Lord Roberts’ Quarters, Showing the Maiwand Guns, 72 ; Two Notable Inmates .

ROYAL MARINES AT BAYONET EXERCISE, The—

“Engage," 541; First Guard, 541; First Foint, 541; First Point with the Lunge, 542 ; “ Shorten Arms "—First Position for Third

Point, 542 ; Third Guard.........

ROYAL MILITARY COLLEGE SPORTS, The-

Obstacle Race—Through the Ladder, 256 ; A Serious Obstacle, 256 ; Start for the Half-mile—A Few Attitudes, 256; The Finish of the

Mile.............

ROYAL MILITARY TOURNAMENT, The (Article by Major Arthur

Griffiths)...........199.

ROYAL NAVAL COLLEGE, PORTSMOUTH, The—

The College, from the Front, 358 ; A “ Sub’s” Cabin at the College,

358; In the Library—Peace and Quietness, 359; A Pilotage Class,

359; The Quadrangle at the Back of the College    ...

'ROYAL NAVAL ENGINEERING COLLEGE, The—

IIhe Officers of the College, 362 ; The College Buildings, Ifeyan, 362 ;

The Engineering Students of the Navy, 363 ; Fleet Engineer Bennett’s Class, 364; Theory and Practice, 3C4; The Dining-Hall, 364; A Student's Cubicle, 418; A Game of Billiards, 418 ; The Smoking Room, 419; Convalescents in the Recreation-Room, 419; The College Entrance, 420; The "Captains" of the College with the Engineer Officer of the Day, 420 ; The Chief Captain of Students, 458; The College Gymnasium, 458 ; At Work in Keyham Dockyard, 458; Students at Rifle Drill, 460; The First Cricket Eleven, 4C0;

The First Football Team, 460; In Working Rig, 506; Students in the Fitting Shop, 506; Students in the Smithy, Keyham Yard, 507; A Steaming Class, 508; The Pattern Shop, 508; A Corner in the

Moulding Shop...........

ROYAL PRINCES AND OUR NAVY (Article by Edward Fraser) 367 ROYAL SCOTS GREYS’ ROUTE MARCH, The—

The Regiment Passing Through Dundee......

ROYAL WILTSHIRE YEOMANRY, Reviewing the—

The Officers of the Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry ..... RUSSIAN COMMANDERS IN ASIA—

General Grodekoff, 328 ; General Doukhovskoi ..... RUSSIANS AT PORT ARTHUR, The—

The Armoured Cruiser " Pamyat Azova," 105 ; The Russian Battleship “ Sissoi Veliky," 105; The Armoured Cruiser "Dmitri Donskoi," 105; The Armoured Cruiser “Rossia," 106; The Volunteer Steamer " Moskva," 107; The Armoured Cruiser “ Kurik "

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SAHARANPUR, India, Government Remount Depot—

Horses at Water, 38; Herd of Young Colts being Trained for the Army in India, 38 ; Cutting Chaff .......    38

SAILORS AT CUTLASS DRILL—

First Cut, 27 ; First Guard, 27 ; Second Cut, 27 ; Second Guard, 28 ;

Third Cut, 28; Third Guard, 28 ; Point ......    28

SALUTING THE FRENCH FLAG—The Franco-Russian " Entente "    376

SANDHURST AND CAMBERLEY—

Waiting for the Visitors at Sandhurst, 443 : The Commander-in-Chief of the Army arrives, 443 ; Cycling at the Staff College .    443

"SANS PAREIL," The—A Port Guard Ship -

Scrubbing Canvas Gear, 554; Snatching a Snooze, 554; Clearing after Coaling, 554; Serving a 6-pounder, 554; Getting out Powder .    554

SANTIAGO, The Battle of.........360

SHOEBURYNESS, At—

A Corner oi the Camp, 519 ; The 3rd Middlesex Artillery in Action,

519; In the Lines, 520; Plenty of Projectiles, 520; In the Can.een .    520

SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS, 1st Battalion, Officers and Non-Com.

Officers............134

SEA-GOING TRAINING SHIP, A—" Teaching the Young Idea ” .    387

SEALING UP SANTIAGO HARBOUR......294

"SENTRY GO," On..........120

SHIELD PRESENTED TO THE 51st and 65th DISTRICTS .    189

SHIPS OF THE EASTERN BOMBARDING SQUADRON—

The “ Newark," Flag-Ship of Commodore Watson, 395; The Dynamite Gun-boat "Vesuvius,” 396; The United States Battleship “ Oregon,” 396 ; The United States Battle-ship *■ Iowa " .    396

SHIP-LIGHTING BY ELECTRICITY (Article by R. R. R.)    .    79-80

SHIPS WE MEET AT SEA (Article by Davy Jones) ....    318

"SHOOTING THE SUN "—

" Britannia ” Cadets " Shooting the Sun ”.....592

“SHOULDER TO SHOULDER"     198

“ SI VIS PACEM, PARA BELLUM "—

A Quick-firing Battery in Action, 564; A Field Battery Dismounted—

Sitting on their Work, 564; A Field Battery in Action—Taking

Cover behind their Guns and Limbers......564

SIKHS, The (Article by One who has Served with Them)    546

SIMLA INTELLIGENCE BRANCH, The (Article by Owen Wheeler) 534-535 “SOLDIERS OF THE QUEEN"—

The James Family of Chewton Keynsham, Somersetshire    40

SORROWS OF “GUNNERY JACK" (Article by a Former Sufferer) 295-296 SPANISH ARMY PICTURES—

Adjutant's Office, San Roque, Cadiz, 325; A Big Gun at Cadiz, 325;

Officers of the Leon Regiment, 326; Regimental Transport at Tetuan,

326; Chasseurs A Cheval at Dismounted Drill.....326

SPANISH ARMY, Some Types of the—

A Youthful Infantry Bandsman, 421; Non-Commissioned Officer of Chasseurs, 421; A Light Horseman, 421; Full Dress Uniform, 28th Chasseurs, 422 ; An Infantry Pioneer, 428; The " Infante ” Regiment— Field Service Kit.........422

SPANISH ARMY TYPES—

Carabineroin Field Kit, 540An Army Service Man, 540; The

Ranchero, or Military Cook........540

SPANISH TROOPS IN CUBA, With the—

Spanish Linesmen on Parade, 229; Engineers Laying a Light Railway and Field Telegraph, 229; Cuban Mounted Chasseursin Action,

229 ; A Mountain Artillery Battery on the March    .    230

SPANISH TROOPS AT MANILA, With the—

A Game at “ Pitch and Toss,” 490 ; Leaving Manila by River, 490 ;

The Village of Las Pinas, 490; The Fight at Zapote Bridge, 490 ; Correspondents Obtaining Information, 4go; Preparing for the Enemy, 491 ; The Paranaque Bridge, 491; A Scene in Paranaque Village, 491; Spanish Troops Embarking to Defend the Approaches to Manila, 517 ; The Plaza De Artilleria, Manila—Mountain Artillery going to the Front, 517; Spanish Field Artillery in Action—Firing

at the Rebels in the Woods    .......518

SPANISH TROOPS AT MANILA, With the—

Infanteria Marina at the Front, 623; An "All-Aged” Volunteer Corps, 623 ; Native Officers of the Veterana in Manila, 623 ; Spanish Garrison Artillery Marching out of Barracks, 624; All that remains of the Spanish Flag-ship “ Reina Christina,” 624; The " Castilla,” Battered beyond. Recognition, 624; Wrecked Sister Ships—The “ Isla De Cuba ’’ and the " Isla De Luzon,” 624; The “Don Juan

De Austria,” which Fought to the Last ......    624

SPANISH TORPEDO FLOTILLA, The—

The 28-knot Torpedo-boat Destroyer “ Furor," 252; The 38-knot Torpedo-boat Destroyer " Pluton,” 252; Captain Villamil and the

Officers of the Flotilla.....*.....252

SPANISH WAR PREPARATIONS—

A Parade of Infantry Chasseurs, n8; The Colonel of the 12th Infantry, 119; With the 4th Lancer Regiment, 119; A Battery of the 4th Artillery at Madrid,.........ng

SPAIN’S NAVAL COMMANDERS—

Cartagena Dockyard—The Saluting Battery, 227; Ex-Spanish Minister of Marine, 227; Cadiz, The Portsmouth of Spain, 227; Admiral Montojo Y Trillo, 228; Officers of the Cruiser “Alfonso XII," 228; Some of the Crew of the " Alfonso XII.” at Havana,

228; Rear-Admiral Pascal Cervera Y Topete.....228

SPAIN'S RESERVE FLEET—

The Library of the Ministry of Marine, 323; Staff of the Marine Infantry, 322; Spain’s Largest Cruiser—The “ Carlos V.” 324; The Protected Cruiser " Lepanto," 324; The Armoured Cruiser

" Princesa De Asturias” .........324

SPAIN’S T.B.D. " TERROR" RIGGED FOR AN OCEAN VOYAGE 150 SPEED OF A SHIP, The (Article by Commander Scott J. B.

Willcox, R.N.)...........584

SPORT IN INDIA—

The 1st Wiltshire Tug-of-War Team, 532; The Winners of the

Bengal Cavalry Cup ..........    532

ST. JOHN, Vice-Admiral Henry Craven.......121

ST. PATRICK’S DAY IN DUBLIN—

The Band Playing the “ Troop," 62 ; Marching Past in Slow Time 63 STAFFORDSHIRE’S CHALLENGE SHIELD, 2nd Batt. N. .    .    189

STOKERS AT BAR-BELL EXERCISE......60

SUB-LIEUTENANTS AS ARTILLERISTS—

An After-Dinner Smoke, 243 ; Dismantling a Damaged Gun Carriage,

244 ; Dragging a Gun out of Action, 244 ; Waiting the Order to Fire 244 SUBMARINE MINES (Article by Lieut.-Col. F. H. Armstrong) .    57I-57*

SURVEYING SERVICE, On—

The Captain and Officers of the" Gladiator," 412 ; The “ Gladiators "

Crew, 412 ; Surveying from the " Gladiator's " Boat .    ".    412

“ TAKASAGO," The Latest Japanese Cruiser, Built at Elswir-k ,    .    321

“ TERRIBLE, ’’ The- Bows On........208

INDEX—Continued.

“ TERRIBLE,’' On Board The—

The Gun-Room Officers, 55t; Various Ideas as to " Coaling Rig,"551;

A Warm Time for the Boarders, 551; The Company of the |

“ Terrible," 552 ; Outward Adornment—Painting Ship    552

TERRIBLE," Something About The—

The Picket Boat of the "Terrible”.......215

THE ASSAULT AND CAPTURE OF CAVITE ARSENAL .    .    186

THE CITY OF HAVANA.........187

THE “SKIPPER" OF THE “LIGHTNING"—

“ Commander ” Treherne, R.N.........515

THE WAR: SPAINS ARMY AT HOME AND ABROAD—

The Officers of the Regiment Du Pavia, 194; Hussars of the Regiment Du Pavia, 194; Spain's Future Generals—Army Students at Toledo, 194; Spanish Artillery on the March, igs; Military Transport in Cuba, rg5 ; Spain’s Army at Home—Infantry Parading

in Barracks............195

TIRAH ELEPHANTS. The—

The Latest Elephant Battery, as used by the Peshawar Column, 2or ;

The Battery Elephants, 201; Preparing to Start, 201 ; Ordnance

Department, Tirah Expeditionary Force......202

TO THE RESCUE—

The Spill, 76; “ Boat Capsized, Sir! "......76

TOM’S PROMOTION (Article by Lady Poore).....41-42

TORPEDO-BOAT FLOTILLA ATTACK, A (Article by Commander

T. C. Fenton, R.N.)...........344

TORPEDOES IN WAR (Article by Commander T. C. Fenton, R.N.) 187-188 TRADITIONS IN THE NAVY (Article by Charles S. Jerram) .    151

TRAINING OF MEN AND HORSES IN THE FIELD, The— Watering Horses on Arrival at Camp, 538 ; Fording the River Avon,

538; A Knowing Card, 538; Ferrying Horses over "The Run,” 539;

The Last Batch, 539 ; In Mid-Stream, 539; A Doubtful Starter    339

TRANSPORT OF TROOPS BY SEA (Article by Lieutenant-Colonel

]. Graham)............391

TRIUMPH OF STRENGTH AND SKILL, A.....384

UNCLE SAM’S MILITARY CHIEFS AND VOLUNTEERS-General Wesley Merritt and Staff Officers, 303 ; A Captain of U.S. Infantry, 303; A Cavalry Colonel, National Guard, 303; The

Cleveland Gatling Gun Company.......304

UNCLE SAM'S NAVY—

The Armoured Cruiser “ New York,” 157; The United States Battle-ship " Indiana," 157 ; The Armoured Cruiser " Brooklyn,"

158; The Protected Cruiser "Columbia,” 159; Typical Groups of

United States Sailors and Marines.......159

UNCLE SAM’S SOLDIERS AT TAMPA AND NEW YORK—

Band oi the 13th Infantry in Full Dress, i8r ; Maj.-Gen. Nelson A.

Miles, 181 ; Squad of the 13th Infantry on Parade, 181; Suspected of Sympathy with Spain, 181 ; Exercises of the United States Army,

181; On their way to the Front, 182 ; Raised to the Firing Position,

182; Firing the 10-in. Gun at Sandy Hook, 182; Returned to the

Loading Position............182

UNCLE SAM'S TORPEDO CRAFT AND MONITORS—

The United States' Monitor “ Miantonomoh," 299; The United States' Torpedo-boat “ Cushing," 299; The United States' Torpedo-boat " Porter,” 299; The United States’ Torpedo-boat “Stiletto,”

300; The United States’ Ram “ Katahdin," 300; The United

States’ Monitor “ Terror,"..........300

UNITED STATES’ EXPEDITIONARY FORCES, The—

Major-General Wesley Merritt, 252 ; Private, National Guard, Boston,

253 ; A Full Dress Parade, 253 ; Troops at Bayonet Exercise, 253 ; Officers, National Guard, Boston, 253; Major-General Otis, 253;

Troops Leaving the Governor’s Island, N.Y......254

UNITED STATES NAVAL MILITIA, The    ....    104

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’■VIZCAYA.” The Cruiser, Spain's Advanced Guard in Cuban Waters 100 VOLUNTEER MANCEUVRES IN THE NEW FOREST—

A Quiet Half-hour, 346; Cyclists, 3rd Hants Rifle Volunteers, 346;

In Camp at Lyndhurst—rst V.B.H.R. Waiting the Arrival of Tents    346

WAR-DOGS (Article by Lieutenant-Colonel John Graham) ...    78

WAR: NOTABLE SHIPS IN THE SPANISH FLEET. The—

Evening on Board—The Master-at-Arms and his Men, 205; On Board the “ Pelayo," 205; The Officers of the " Pelayo," 206; The Third-class Cruiser “ Isla De Luzon," 206; The Battery Deck of the Armoured Cruiser " Cristobal Colon," 206; The Auxiliary Cruiser "Columbia,” 207; The Auxiliary Cruiser “ Normannia,” 207;

Spain's Sea Regiment—Marine Artillery on Parade .    .    207

WAR OFFICE. The—

The Right Hon. St. John Brodrick, M.P., 578; Mr. Joseph Powell Williams, M.P., 578; Sir H. R. Knox, K.C.B., V.D., 578; Mr. G.

D. A. Fleetwood Wilson, C.B., 578; Mr. H. T. De La Bere, C. B.

579; Sir W. Anderson, K.C.B., D.C.L., F.R.S., M.I.C.E., M.I.M.E.,

579; Mr. H. F. Donaldson, M.I.C.E., 579; The Right Hon. Sir F.

H. Jeune, K.C.B., D.C.L..........579

WAR-SHIP’S "CABINET," A—The Captain, Commanders, and First

Lieutenant of the " Mars".........601

WAR: WITH THE AMERICAN FLEETS, The—

The "Columbia "Overhauling a Prize, 213; The Battle-ship, "Oregon" nearing Cuba, 213: United States “Jackies" keeping their hands in, 213; On the Look-out for Prizes, 214; The “ St.

Louis," now Scouting in the Atlantic, 214; The " St. Paul," now Equipped as a Cruiser, 215; Rear-Admiral Sampson, 215;

Commodore Schley    .......213

WAR WHEELS OF AMERICA, The (Article by James Wilson) 271-272 WAR : WITH ADMIRAL CERVERA'S SQUADRON, The—

The Forward n-in Gun of the “Vizcaya," 273; Captain and Officers of the " Cristobal Colon, 273 ; The " Infanta Maria Teresa,” Flag-ship of the Spanish Flying Squadron, 273; Spanish Marines

under Arms............ 274

WARWICKSHIRE REGIMENT ON    PARADE, 1st Battalion .    .    134

WEST AFRICAN DIFFICULTY, The —

Non-Com. Officers and Private, Royal Niger Haussas, 21; "A1 Fresco"—Royal Niger Haussas at Dinner, 21; Officer, Non -Com. Officer, and Detachment, Sierra Leone Frontier Force, 22; Officer and Detachment, 2nd West India Regiment, 22 ; Sergeant Gordon, V.C., and Private, 2nd West India Regiment, 23; Three Sergeants, Gold Coast Haussas, 24; Captain D. Houston, Gold Coast Haussas

WHITE, Sir William Henry, K.C.B..LL.D..F.R.S.....

WILSON, Rear-Admiral Arthur Knyvet, C.B., V.C.....

WIMBLEDON CUP, The—An Interesting Memento .... WINTER WAR PAINT, In Their—

The Officers of the Leinster Regiment in Winter Rig WOLSELEY, Lieutenant-General Sir George Benjamin, K.C.B. . WOUNDED FROM INDIA, The—

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Preparing to Disembark, 135; Carrying the Wounded Ashore, 133 ;

Pipers Findlater, Milne and Kidd, 136; Private Weedon and Private Greenwood, 136; A. Group of Wounded......136

YANKEE CAMP, In a—

The Commandant and Staff, Camp Black, 369; Eager at the Call—

Canteen of the 47th Regiment, 369; A Route March of the 22nd Regiment, 369; The Camp, Fort Black, State of New York. 370;

The Red Cross Hospital at Fort Black, 370; A Morning Inspection,

The 22nd Regiment of Infantry.....-    .    .    .    370

YESTERDAY AND TO-DAY—

A Contrast—The “Victory” and "Terrible” in Portsmouth, Harbour    ..........    226