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. VII.

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INDEX

A BUMPER COMPANY..........5°°

A CENTURY TOO SOON (Article by Major C. Field, K.M L.I.).    442

ABOUT TORPEDO-BOAT DESTROYERS—

The Crew, 481: On the Bridge of the Destroyer, 4S1; The Engine-

Room Company...........482

ADDITIONS TO THE FLEET -

The Gun-boat " Dwarf," 262: Looking over the Taffiail, 262 ; In the •• F'ormidable"—Before Launching. 261: On the Launching Platform 263: Leaving the Slips. 203: Afloat in the Harbour, 263; The Launch of the ■" Spartiate ” at Pembroke, 264; A Type of the

" Prometheus" at Hull.........264

“ADMIRALS ALL”—

Admiral Sir George Pocock, K B . 17011-1792, 402; Admiral Sir C. Knowles, Bart, 1694-1777. 402 ; Admiral Sir C. H. Knowles. Bart.,

G.C.B., 1754-1831..........402

ADMIRALTY HOUSE, SIMON S TOWN—

Admiralty House, 344 : The View from the Sea ...    344

ADMIRALTY SMOKING CONCERT. The......47S

ANECDOTES OF REGIMENTAL PIPERS (Article by Louis A.

Johns).............480

ANOTHER BALACLAVA—

The Officers of the 21st Lancers, 117 ; Some Leaders in the Famous Charge at Omdurman, 117; The Sergeants of the 21st Lancers    117

ANOTHER FRONTIER RISING—

Bengal Lancers. 337 ; ■■ Where are those Drivers with the (Irain ? ”

337: Bridge-Head. Chakdara, 337; Mountain Gun in Action. 338:

Main Guard, Chakdara Fort, 338 ; A Picquet Tower, Cbakdara, 338;

The Malakand Camp..........338

ANSTRUTHEK, Commander Ii.    H..... 73

AN ANCIENT MILITARY CHARITY—

The Master and Brethren of Leicester Hospital, 506; Bear and Ragged Stall Badge. 506 ; As the Badge is Worn ....    506

AN EMPIRE SAVED, The Story of a Second Mutiny (By Walter Wood)

Chap. I.. The Sting of a Riding-Crop, 5C2 : “ You Shall 1 a -e a Ta^te of what will happen,”563 : Chap. II., Retaliation, 563 : Chap III., A Council of War. 586 : " Has anyone a Good Idea ? " 587 ; Cnap IV., An Inspiration. 588: Chap V.. On the Verge of Battle, “ Murrib Khan saw the Battalion March away." 611; Chap. VI , A Barrack Square Battle.612: Chap. VII., Besieged, “The Pioneer-sergeant

seemed to bear a Life that nothing could hurt "    635

AN IMPORTANT BLUE-BOOK I Article by Gertrude Bacon)    396

ARMIES OF FOREIGN POWERS. The (Chasseurs Alpines)— •

A Battery of Alpine Artillery. 601 ; Alpine l.'hasseurs at Home, 601 ;

A Company at Drill...... .    .    602

ARMY PRINTERS IN THE FIELD -

Travelling Printing Waggons and Printers.....134

ARMY OF SWITZERLAND. The lArticle by D Arcy Morell) .    454

AT AN INDIAN SCHOOL OF MUSKETRY.—I —

Changla Gali, the Ilytheof Northern India, 49S; Instructional Stall, Changla Gali, 498; Ante-room of Officers’ Mess, 498; Aiming Drill. 499; The Revolver Range, 499; Signalling Hits from Butts, 499. II.—A Squad of British Non-Commissioned Officers, 322 ; A Squad of British Officers, 522; A Squad of Natives. 522 ; Firing with Black Powder, 523 ; Signalling from the Butts, 523; Firing Maxim with

Cordite..............523

AT GIBRALTAR—

The Wellington Monument in the Almeda Gardens ....    298

AT SEA WITH THE GERMAN FLEET—

Working a Quick-firing Gun, 33; A Glimpse from the Bridge, 33 ;

Sunday at Sea, 34 ; Idle Moments, 34 ; On Board the " I lildebrand,"

34; Dinner on Deck, 34; After Turret cf the “ Weissenhurg," 35;

The " Hagen " Under F'ull Steam, 35 ; A Battleship in the Kaiser Wilhelm Canal,35 : Steaming at Thirty Knots. 36; Three Torpedo Boats at Sea, 36 ; The Coast Defence Armour-Clad “ Odin " .    .    36

BACK FROM KHARTOUM—

General Hunter, 39 ; The Rail-head at Athara, 39; A Big Tow, 39;

General Gatacre and Stall, 39; Macdonald's Brigade, 39; A Halt in the Desert, 39; The March of the Cameron Men. 3*1; Using the Megaphone, 40 ; A “ Gippy Battalion on the March, 40 ; The Band of the 12tli Soudanese, 40; Cairo Once More, 40; Aid to the Sick and Wounded, 63; The " Mayflower,’’63 J Cossac k Post, Egyptian Cavalry, 63 ; Rifle Brigade Mess Tent. 64 ; A Native Straw I lut, 64 ;

Field Telegraph Post. 64 ; Embarking Troops for Home-, 64; The First to Return, 64 ; A Stern Wheeler, 64 ; Royal W'arwicks March

ing into Alexandria, 64; The 37th Field Battery on Parade, 119;

The Grenadier Guards being Inspected by the Duke of Cambridge .    119

I IAIN BRIDGE. Captain John II., K.N., A.D.C......25

BENDS AND HITCHES........ 557

BIRD, Lieutenant I . G. ......    73

BLACK W ATCH, THE SECOND—

The Second Battalion on Parade at Aldershot, 194 ; The-Officers of the Second Black Watch, 194 ; The Non-Commissioned Officers, 195 ;

The: Pipers of tin- Second Black Watch, 195; 'I he I jmg and the Short of It, 19O; Ouartc-r Master Captain Webb, 196, Pipe-Major George Ross, 196; The Glory of the Regiment......196

BLUEJACKETS AT BAYONET EXERCISE—

Fixing Sword. 392 ; Right Parry, 3-12 ; Point, 392 ; Slope Arms BOYS OF THE “CALLIOPE" ON THE MONKEY TOPSAIL

YARD.......■    .    .

" BRITANNIA" BEAGLES, The

A Meet at the Playing-fields ....

BRITISH OUTPOSTS IN THE SHAN STATES -

Native Survey Employes, 310; Fort Stedman, 310; House-building at Fort Steelman, 310; Mounted Inlautry, Sikhs, and l’athans BRITISH TROOPS IN CRETE-

" Down the Road," 320 ; To a Well-Merited Doom, 320; Manned by the Rifle Brigade, 320; A Stcut Breastwork, 320; In an Old

Venetian Moat.......

BUILDING A BARREL BRIDGE—

Carrying the Chesses, 339; The Piers launched, 339; Trooping Across the Bridge. 339; Dismantling the Bridge The Last Cask

Raft.............

BUTLER, Major-General Sir W. F.........

BYRNE, Private Thomas, V.C.,21st Lancers......

PAGE

392

307

292

3ii

320

34<J

241

36S

CAMP LIFE IN THE BRITISH ARMY—

The Army Ordnance Corps at Work, 318; In the Blacksmith's Shcp, 318: Interested Spectators of Tommy s Doings, 318; The

Baggage Waggons, 319; Dead Beat.......319

CESSATION OF HOSTILITIES AT SALISBURY’. The—

” The Powers," 37 ; " Should Auld Acquaintance lie Forgot ? " 37; Farewell to the Plain. 37; The Army Service Corps at Work, 38:

" Soldiers Three," 38 ; Off to the Station, 38; Leaving the Theatre of War, 38 . The Last Drink in Wiltshire. 38 ; Just Off ...    38

CHANNEL ISLANDS, DEFENDING THE—

Third or South Regiment, Royal Jersey Light Infantry, 280: Field Battery " B." Jersey Artillery, 280; Detachment Royal Jersey

Militia.............280

CHANNEL SQUADRON, Round the British Isles with the—

Landing Liberty Men at Hobbs' Point,9 : Fresh Beef and Vegetables for the Squadron, 9 ; Preparing for Sea, "l’rince George," 9; A Head Swell Iroin the Fore Top, g ; From the Main Top, Looking Alt, 9: From the Fore Upper Top, Looking Aft. 10 ; The Boat Deck from Main Top, 10; Rifle Practice, 10; The 2nd Division of the Squadron, 10; The 1st Division of the Squadron, 10 : A Bow Wave at Sixteen Knots, 28; “Man and Arm Boats," 28; A Counter-

Mining Launch...........28

CHANNEL Syl’ADRON HOMEWARD BOUND, The-

The Boat Deck, Looking Forward, 361 : The Quarter-deck Cleared for Action. 361 ; The Forecastle. 36:: Showing the Splinter Netting 361: The Boat Deck, Looking Ait, 362; The Search-light    .    362

CHURCH OF ENGLAND SOLDIERS' INSTITUTE—

The Chapel, 249: The Canteen of the Institute, 249; A Corner of

the Library............>49

CLOTHING THE ARMY (Article by A. B. Tucker) ....    40S

COASTGUARD WATCH-VESSEL, On a—

Dr. Dawson with Boatmen and Families, 317; The Coastguard Watch-vessel, Ilamford Water ........    317

CONCLAVE OF EXPERTS, A    406

COODE, COLONEL......... 193

CULME-SEYMOUK, Admiral Sir Michael, his Flag Captain. Flag-

Lieutenant, and Secretary ...     97

DAWSON-SCOTT. Lieutenant-General R. N., K.E.....521

DEATH FLAG, The     165

DEFENCES OF BRITISH HONDURAS. The

An Officer and Trooper, B.H.C., Fort Barlee, 136: Outside Fort llarlee, t’orosal, B.H., 136: A Representative Group of the B.H.C. at Fort Cairns, 136 ; The Frontier Corps on Parade ....    136

DEFENDERS OF TIIE EMPIRE.......472

DEPARTURE OF THE 56th FIELD BATTERY R.A., FOR EGYPT—

One of the Guns, 231; Officers of the 56th Battery R.A., 231: The

Battery on Parade..........231

DESERTERS. The (By An Old Sailor).......59S

" DIADEM,” On Board the—

The Torpedo Staff, with some of their Implements, 74 ; The Captain and (lllicers, 74 : Reporting a Signal to the Officer of the Watch, 75;

The Gunnery Staff Representing the "Mailed Fist,” 76: The Signal Staff The Eyes of the Vessel, 76; The Care of the Sick .    76

“ DIADEM” REVISITED, The —

The Gun-room, 614 : The Ward-room, 614 : The Ouarter-deck, 614;

The Gun-room Officers, 615: The Watch-keepers, 615: Cleaning

Arms,6i5; In the Carpenter's Shop.......616

DISTILLED WATER (Article by R.R.R.)......3J4

DIVING IN TIIE ROYAL NAVY (Article by An Ex-Diver) .    .    550

DIVING SCHOOLS OF THE NAVY, The—

Dressing and Undressing, 254; Ready to Descend, 254: Divei Blown Up to the Surface, 254: Officers' Diving Class -The “Vernon," 255; General View of Operations, 256; Ready and Wailing for their Turn, 256; The Effects of Diving .    .    .    256

INDEX— Continued.

DRUYIS AND DRUMMERS—    rAr.B

First Position, One Hand Up, 229: Second I’osition, Roth Hands Up, 220; Wrist Practice, 229; An Unfortunate Contretemps .    .    2 30

DURNFORD, Captain J.ilin, R.N., C.H., D S O...... 1

DUKE OF CONNAUGHT, H.R.H . The, and Staff .... no

ELEVEN YEARS’ NAVAL EXPENDITURE (Article l>y James

Wilson)............

ELTON.CAPTAIN ...........

EYES OF A SIMP, The

The Eves of the Ship, 29S ; The llllicer of the Watch, 299; The Ho'sun's Mate. 299; The Signalman at Work, 290; Midshipmen of the Watch, 209; The Quartermaster ami Helmsman, 299; Sentry on the Life-buoy, 300 : The Mast-Head Man.....

FEMALE LABOUR AND THE FLEET—

Japanese Girls Coaling the “ Powerful "......

FIELD DAY IN KILDARE, A—

A Little Light Drill, iS.| ; A Council of War. 184 : The End of the

Day's Work............

FIELD* HOSPITALS (Article by Drapeau)......

FOOTBALL AT ALDERSHOT—

Playing the Final for the Cavalry Cup, 602 ; 10th Hussars' Team Losers in the Final. 602 . 8th Hussars' Team, Winners of the Cavalry

Cup.............

FOREIGN WAR PIGEONS (Article by A. B. Tucker)

FORGOTTEN DAY IN THE VICTORY'S" STORY, A (Article by

Edward Fraser)...........

“ FORMIDABLE." The Winning of the (Article by Edward Fraser) FORTUNE'S MY FOE. By John Bloundelle Burton—

Prologue, Off Cartagena, 18 ; "In the Captain's Cabin." 19: Chap. I., The Lion and the Jackal. 42: "I last done it. Granger ? " 4 3 : Chap. II., An Heiress. 44 : Chap. HI., "A Country Clod," “ I am Enraptured." he murmured,"66 : Chap IV., 90 ; "Sou have had a Visitor," he said," 91: Chap. V., The Happy Man, 112: Chap. VI., 115; "Adieu, Sweetheart," 115: Chap VII , The Clandestine Marriage, 116; Chap. VIII., Forebodings, “ Speak! or I will Kill You ! " 139; Chap. IN., The End of the First Act, 162 : " Curse him ! I will never stop." 163; Chap. X., “La Mignonne," 164; Chap XL, The Colonists," “Sir, 1 Sailed with Anson in —40," 187: Chap. XII., Vengeance is Sweet, 18S ; " Farewell to the Mignonne," 211 ; Chap. XIII . " A Broken Sword," 211: Chap. XIV., Bufton is Implacable, 234; “ He Recognized its Occupant and Passenger as Mr. Lewis," 235 ; Chap XV., Plot and Counterplot," 236 ; Chap XVI., Weaving the Net, "This is our Chance." 259: Chap. XVII., A Discovery, 282 : " It will be the Second Man," 283 ; Chap. XVIII , Ruse contre Ruse. 284 : Chap. XIX., The Second Man, " You hear that sound ?" Granger said. 313: Chap. XX.. Ariadne's Compassion, 316; " Read Them Now if You Desire." 347; Chap. XXI . A Divine Despair, 347; Chap XXII, "As Ye Sow." 370; " The ■ Amarynth' . . . was the right name of the ' Nederland,' " 371 : Chap. XXIII, Quiberon, 372 ;

" Fortune's My Foe "..........

FRENCH AGITATION AND THE FRENCH NAVY—

The “ Masena," 143; The "Catinat." 143; The "Surcouf," 143; The " Aquilon," 143; The " Valmy," 143; The “Amiral Tre-houart," 143 : The " Bouvines," 143: The " Jemmapes." 143 : Sunday Afternoon on Board a French Man-of-War. 144: Patronising the Canteen—A Glass of Beer .........

FRENCH BATHING PARADE, A-

" Stand Easy "—Admiring the Nursemaid, 48: Preparing for the Swim, 48 : Plunging in. 48 : After the Swim—Buving Hot Rolls FRENCH PREPARATIONS FOR WAR—THE NAVAL ARSENAL AT TOULON—

Getting the Guns in Trim, 206: A Cessation of Work in a Torpedo-Boat .............

FRIENDLY' FOES (Article by Godfrey Merry).....

“FURIOUS," On Board the—

The Captain and Ward-room Officers, 218: The Company of the "Furious,” 218. "The Noble Art," 219: Relieving Sentry, 219; Divers Ready for Action.........

•GANGES," On Board The, I.—

Commander Cuke and Officers, 177. Physical Drill, 177; Weekly Pocket Money, 177; Inspection of Kits and Bedding on Board the "Ganges" 178. II.—A Signalling Class, 225; Knotting and Splicing, 223 ; Physical Drill with Rifles. 225 ; Aboard the " Ganges" .

GENERAL STAFF OF THE ARMY, The.....

GERMAN EMPEROR, II I M . The.......

GERMAN EMPEROR'S VISIT TO PALESTINE, The—

The Emperor aud his Staff, 122 : The Enqierorin the Khaki Uniform of our 1st Royals, 122: Prime Oscar joins the 1st Prussian E'oot

Guards.............

GETTING READY—

Fixing Bayonets, 190; Some French Drummers, 190; Changing Guard at the President s Y'illa, Havre, 190; A Squad at Drill, 190; On the March, 190; The Hand of a I reach Line Regiment GIANT CRUISER. A—

Eleven Monks Under One Cowl, 380; A Natty Mess-Deck GOOD-BY’E TO THE COMMANDANT—

A Presentation at burton Barracks, 311; Colonel E. YV. G. Byam

and Officers .    ..........

GRAHAM. Captain W II B , K.N........

GUARDIANS OF THE PEACE—

Captain Noil Bower, 230; Sergeant, Liverpool Mounted Police,250; Constable Collins, 230 ; Superintendents and Inspectors, Liverpool Constabulary. 250; Superintendent J N Rar e, Liverpool Mounted Police, 251 ; I ire-Engine, Liverpool Police Brigade, 252; Chemical l ire-l-.ngine, l.iverpool Polite Brigade, 232; Liverpool River Police, 232; Mounted Squad, Liverpool, Police 232; March Past of the

Liverpool Constabulary....... ,

GUNS AND GUNNERY—

Bluejackets E.xercising with a Nordenfelt Gun, 460; hiring a Nor-dcnfelt, 460; The Khtslive’s Present to laird Alcester GUN-ROOM MESSES OF THE EAST GENERATION (Article by C. I- Pope/............

•74

•93

300

495

184

6

C02

32

30

395

•44

48

207

35*

219

226

126

121

122

190

3S0

3”

73

232

460

539

HEAVING THE I.EAI)

A Good Cast, 261 ; A ’J aul Line, 201; Teaching Y'oung Seamen how to Heave tin: Lead    261

" HERE A SI I Ell. K HULK "

On the way to Rotten Row —The " Canada," 3S9; The Target-Ship "Resistance," ami the " Hector," 389; Our First from lads, 381);

The "Resistance" after her last day at Target Practice, 390; The "Royal George" ami the "Pitt," 390; The Old “Edgar,” 390;

The Remains of the Old " Vengeance "......jgi

"HIS TURN NEXT"

HOME-COMING OF THE GUARDS, The......

HORSES AS MOUNTAIN CLIMBERS

Over the Side—‘The Slide Commences, 583: A Steep Descent, 583; Speed is Unnecessary, 583; Comparatively Easy, 584; Impossible to Slide any further, 384 ; Preparing for the Jump HOTHAM, Admiral Sir Charles lb, K.C.B......

IN AND ABOUT CANDIA—

A Krupp Gun and Turkish Sentry, 383; An Open-Air Cafe, 3H5; The Main Street in Candia, 385; A Heavy Eoad, 385; A Y’icw near

Candia, 483; "Tuppence".........

IN BRITISH EAST AFRICA—

(■Ulcers' Bungalow, Mombasa, 306; Ndi Camp, British East Africa, 306: Ndi Station, I'ganda Railway, 306; Native Porters, British East Africa, 306; lurki Hill Camp, Julia River, 306; A Floating

Mess-House...........

IN CAMP AT YARMOUTH—

Inspection of the Brigade, 112; “Sentries, Port Arms!" 112; At Bugle Practice, 112; Carrying the Wounded, 112 ; The Attack, 112;

"Flag-Wagging"..........

IN MALTA ROYAL NAVAL CANTEEN—

The Theatre, 613; The Reading Room, 613; The Billiard Room,

613: The Old and New Manager and the Stafl.....

IN MODERN MALTA—

Signalling from Castillo Station, 443 : The Entrance to the Grand Harbour. 443: The Fleet in the Grand Harbour. 443. The Florian Parade Ground, 443: Sleema Harbour, 446; An Old Y'enetian

Watch-T ower...........

IN SOUNDINGS (Article by Commander Scott Wilcox, K.N.

IN THE DAYS OF DUELLING (Article by T. T.) ... ITALIAN MILITARY HORSEMANSHIP

A Good Leap at Tor di Quinto, 378: The Intrepid Subaltern of Pinerolo, 378; The Caretul Descent Begins. 378; Increasing Difliculty, 379: The Courageous Leap, 379: An Intrepid Competitor

JACK'S CHRISTMAS JOINT—

Hoisting in the Christmas Joint........

JERY'OlS, Major-Gtneral Sir YV. F. Drummond, G.C.M.G., C.B. "JUPITER " The...........

KENNA. Captain P. A„ V.C., 21st (Empress of India's) Lancers KITCHENECR, Major-General Sir H. H , K.C.B.. K.C M.G.. KNOWLES, Y’ice-Adntiral Sir G. C. F., Bart......

LAKE. Rear-Admiral Atwell P. M.........

LESSONS IN IIILL FIGHTING—

A Scratch Lunch. 414 ; Baggage Coming Into Camp, 414: A Baggage Camel. 414: Dawn in Camp, 414; Method of Parking Camels. 414: Carrying the Sick. 413: The Band of the 24th Baluchis, 413: Baggage Camels on the March. 415 : A Mountain Battery Sentry . LETTERS FROM HOME AT CHRISTMAS TIME "Arctic

Weather.............

LETTERS FROM HOME AT CIIKISTMAS-T1ME, "In the Tropics"

LIFEBOAT. The...........

LIFE GUARDS. The 1st—

The Signallers of the 1st Lite Guards. 279: The Winners of the Household Cavalry Competition, 279; The Officers in Command LIFE ON THE PUNJAB FRONTIER -

A Frontier Outpost, 45 ; Inside a Frontier Fort, 45: At Home from Home, 43: Last Photograph of the Ameer, 46; In a Frontier Camp.

46; The Late Lamented.........

LIVINGSTON, MAJOR..........

LOCKED OUT (Article by Lieutenant D. Dallas).....

LORD ROBERTS' WHITE ARAB........

LUCK. LIEUTENANT-GENERAL SIR GEORGE. K.C.B.

MAJUBA HILL, The True Story of (Review).....

MALTA NAVAL HOSPITAI____

The P.M.O. Surgeons and Nursing Sisters of Malta Naval Hospital, 273 ; Y’iew of Malta Naval Hospital from the Mouth of Grand Harbour, 273 ; Reception of a Patient from a Ship. 273 : In One of the Wards, 274 , The Sick Berth Staff, 274; The P.M.O.'s Quarters,

Malta Naval Hospital..........

MANILA OF TO-DAY—

The Destruction of the Botanical Gardens. 373; Pavilion of Philippines Exhibition, used as Barracks, 373; The Political Execution Ground, 373 : One of a Chain of Block-houses around Manila, 373 ;

A Dismounted Gun at Cavite Forte, 373; The Escolta—Principal Street in Manila, 374; Clearing the River l’asig—The Boom, 374 : Another view of the Boom, 374 ; Putting down Dynamite Charges to

Remove Wrecks, 374: The Explosion......

MANOEUVRING YVITH THE GERMAN ARMY—

The ICnqieror Issuing Instructions, 81; The Balloon Ascending to Obtain Information, Si; The Company Covering the Guns, 81: The New 15-pr. Krupp Gun, 81 ; The Battery in F'ront of a Village, 81; \V here Are We ? 82: The Umpire-in-Cliief decides who Wins, 82: The Welcome Halt, 82 ; The Brigadier and Staff hold a Consultation, 82 ; The Empress acknowledges the Salute, 83 : The Em/icror at the head of his Uhlans, 83; The Balloon Descends, 83; The ECmperor Inspecting die Infantry die day before the Mamvuvres, 84 ; The Emperor Saluting the Colours, 84; Resting in F'ront of the

Bivouac Fires...........

"MAN OVERBOARD!" (Article by Arthur l.ce Knight) .    .    ,

MARCHING THROUGH NORTHERN INDIA—

Bridge Over the Jumna, Near Delhi, 631; An Historic Spot, 631 ; Horse Artillery Crossing a Boat-Bridge, 631; Murray's Jat Horse (r 11h B E ), (>31; Bullock-Carts on the Rond, 631; An Indian " Schwoppe." 631: Loading " Oonts." 632; Commissariat Camels, 632; The Pride of the Battery," 632 ; Watering 1 tattery Horses at the Chamlail," 632 ; Camel Sowars, 632 ; Mending Harness MARINE SURVEYING IN INDIA—

The Sounding Machine, 57; The " Investigator," 57 ; Leadsman in Chains, 37 : Lowering die Trawl. 57 : Taking Angles and Plotting, 58; The I-'iscars at Dinner, 58; ^Dredging Engine and Reel, 58;

Captain A. Carpenter. K.N.........

MARIN ICS AT GUN PRACTICE........

MEDAL FOR THE SOUDAN, A—

The (Camerons and Seaforths Receive Their Medals, 189; Presenting Medals to the 21st Lancers and Royal Artillery, 189; The Presentation to the I lepartmental Corps, 189; The " March of the Cameron

Men"—After the Ceremony........

MEMORABLE CHRISTMAS IN THE PUNJAB, A (Article by A B. Tucker)...........

MG*

224

7*

5*4

CI7

3*5

306

112

Cl}

446

53*

246

3?J

3«9

497

560

377

•45

401

169

4ij

30S

30)

626

379

46

•93

443

329

47S

*74

374

84

502

632

5*

557

189

303

INDEX— Continued.

PAOK.

MIDSHIPMAN'S LETTER, A—

A Chinese Sampan at Singapore, 410: Scene on the River at Shanghai,

410: Happy Valley Cemetery, Hong Kong, 410; Chinese War-Junks at Woosung, 4'o; Morning on the River, Shanghai, 410; A Squeeges Hand, 411; An Auction of Dead Men's Effects .    411

MILITARY ENGINEERING -A Class at the School, Chatham .    47

MILITARY ENGINEERING: MINOR DEFENCES—

Abatis made of Small Hranches Secured in the Earth, 199 : An Abatis in Advance of a Work covered by a Glacis, 199 ; Tree Cut Down to Form an Abatis, 199 : An Abatis at the Bottom of a Ditch, Branches Placed Vertically. 199: Chevaux-de-frise, 1911: A Hire-Wire Entanglement, 199: Wicker Gabion, 199 ; Skeleton of Iron Band Gabion,

n)9 ; Iron Band Gabion Completed.......199

MILITARY EQUITATION (Article by Eques).....50a

MILITARY POLICE IN MASHONALAND—

Major Gosling (Acting Commandant) and Officers, H.Q., B.S.A.

Police, 375 : Warrant and Non-Commissioned Officers, 375; A Field Troop on Parade. 375 : Regimental Sergeant Major Blatherwick, 376 ;

Band, A and C Squadrons, and Native Contingent, 376: A 7 pr. and a Maxim Limbered up. 376; A 7-pr. and a Maxim in Action    376

MILITARY REHEARSAL. A—

Returning Across a Valley, 147: Trying to Find a Safe Spot, 148; Waiting for the Enemy, 14S; A Consultation, 148: The End of the

Fight.............148

" MINISTERING ANGELS" (Article by Cicely McDonell) .    198

MONTOJO. Admiral...........249

MORRIS. Colonel John I..........473

MUSCAT UNDER BRITISH GUNS—

The Sultan on Board Ship, 60G ; Ihe Suburbs of Muscat, 606;

Muscat from the Sea..........606

NAIRNE. Lieutenant-General SirC. E., K.C.B., R.E.....545

NAUTICAL SURVEYORS AT WORK—

A Flag-Staff is found necessary, 457 : Erecting a Permanent Landmark. 437 : Making a Station in India, 457; Taking an Observation 437

NAVAL COMPARISON. A.........480

NAVAL GUNS, Our (Article by Commander E. P. Statham, K.N.)    54

NAVAL NOMENCLATURE (Article by Edward Fraser)    .    621

NAVAL RIFLE EXERCISE—

"Present Arms," 285; '• Attention," 285; "Shoulder Arms," 285;

"Trail Rifle"...........285

NAVAL RIFLE RANGE IN THE FAR WEST. A—

In the Markers' Butt, 39; A Bit of the Village of Comox, 59; Tae Mess Ilut and Recreation Grounds, Go; The Markers' Trench at the Slop Butt, 60: Practice at Two Hundred Yards .... 6o

NAVAL SAILING REGATTA, A—

Start of Cutters, with Service Rig, 8G; A 27-ft. Whaler with Fancy Rig, 87; A Winner of Many Events, 87: A 36-ft. Pinnace, Cutter Rigged, 87: An Outsider, 87 ; Start of Launches, with Service Rig,

87 : A Bad One to Beat, 88; The Admiral’s Fancy, 88; Very Pretty

Fair Weather Sailing..........88

NAVIES OF THE NATIONS, The (InthePhilippines)-

A Swing Cot in the " Helena's ' Sick Bay, £07: The U.S. Cruisir "Boston," The U.S. Gun-boat “Petrel," 608: The U.S. Cruiser "Detroit," G08; Admiral Dewey's Flag-ship, the “Olympia," G08:

The U.S. Cruiser “ Baltimore." 608 ; The U.S. Cruiser " Charleston "    60S

NAVY AND ARMY DIARY, 393; 40G: 441; 4G5; 489: 513; 537:

561; 585 ; 609: G33

NAVY AND THE OUTBREAK IN CRETE, The -

Surg W. J. Milliard, M.D.. R.N., 88: Sub.-I-ieut. E. H. M.

Nicholson. K.N............88

NELSON'S WATCHDOG BEFORE TRAFALGAR (Article by

Edward Frasrr)...........103

NEW GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF INDIA AT BOMBAY, The    4S8

NINE-HOLE COURSE IN CRETE. A—

At the Sign of the Great Powers, 535; Suda Bay Links, 535 : Teeing off for the 4th, 535; A Tiny Green, 535: Holeing Out at the 6th,

335: Watering Horses, 536; Ministering Angels ....    53G

“XIOBE” AND THE ■■ VIKCINIUS." The.....79

NOTES AND QUERIES OF SERVICE AFLOAT & ASFIOKE-Biography—Capt. J. Durnford, R.N., 17 ; Senior Hussar Regiment, 17; New Naval Ordnance, 17; Permanent Fortifications, 17: Dress ot Old Seamen, 17 ; Moving Infantry on a Battlefield, 17; The Ship in which Captain Cook sailed round the World, 17; Soldiers' Boots, 17: School of Military Engineering. Chatham, 41 ; How to classify Naval Guns, 41; Origin ol Fusiliers, 41 : Canteens on Board Ship, 41: Island of Ushant, 41; Curious West-country Custom, 41; Poetry—" Here's to the Last Who Dies," 41 ; Military Examinations in Foreign Languages. 56 ; Poetry—“The Fight Between the‘Nottingham ' and ‘Mars,’" 56; Military and Gymnastic Training in Swiss Schools.56; New Cruisers :• Bacchante” and " Euryalus," 56: Post of Colonel of a Regiment, 36 ; Oldest Volunteer Corps, 36: The Bonnets of Highland Regiments, 56; Howto Enlist m the Army Ordnance Corps, 77; Churches which Fly the White Ensign, 77 ; Military Terms, 77; " Bulwark," an Historic Name, 77; Poetry — " Fraternal Greeting to the United States,"77; Wearing of “ Mufti " by Military Officers. 77; White Ensign, 77; How to Join the Household Cavalry, 77: A Sailor's Food Allowance, 77; The Duke of Connaught's Command at Aldershot, 113: Naval Exptessions, 113; Puggarees Their Origin, 113; Description of the "Sovereign of the Seas," 113: Military Hymn, 113; Smoking on Board Ship, 113: Roman Catholics in the Army, 113: Guards and Volunteer Battalions. 113; German Emperor's Tour to Jerusalem, 137; Sir Walter Raleigh's Arguments on Big and Small Ships, 137; I-ate Admiral J. P. Bower, 137 ; Foreign Guns an i Projectiles, 137 ; Most Terrible Storm on Record, 137; How to Transfer from one Regiment to Another, 137; C irious Extract, 137; Sirdar's Reception, 1G1; Royal Group on The “Osborne," 1G1; Irish Regiments and the National Insignia, 1G1: Company Badges in the Foot Guards, i6t : Projectiles of Big Guns, 1G1 ; Late Sir John Milley Doyle, 1G1 ; Battle llvnin, 1G1 , Biography of Rear Admiral Lake, 183: Origin of Infantry Regiments, 185 ; Smoking on Brard Ship, 183: Saluting a Chief Officer of Coast Guard, 183; Work of the Navy League, 185; Prussian Order of Merit, 185; Neat Definition of a British Warship. 185: Casualties in the Tirah Expedition, 183; Soldiers' Wives in War Time, 185; Football Team of the Second Black Watch, 209 ; “Corps" Troops, 209; British Warships carrying the 110-tnn Gun, 20*4: Gentleman Rankers, 209: Correct Pronunciation of Trafalgar, 209; Boy Regiments, 209: Mess Traps, 209; The Turkish Title Biniliashi, 209: Ships' Barbers, 233; Names of Counties for Men-nf-War, 23 j: Some Facts about Pistols, 233 : Promotion of Captains to Rear Admirals, 233; Regimental Precedence, 233; When a Ship Clears for Action, 233 ; Food of the Navy in 1834, 233 ; Introduction of Lime juice into the Navy, 233: Biography of Major General Sir

NOT I£S—Con tin Hoi.    PAGE.

W. F. Butler, 257; Admirals of the Fleet, 257; Military Musicians in the 17th Century, 257; French Nation and the Naming of Our Warships, 257 : Duelling in the Army and Navy, 257 ; Henry VIII. and the Navy, 257: Fixtra Rank of Officers of Foot Guards, 237;

War News from the Pulpit. 257 : Captured Ships in Ihe Navy. 281 : Hairdressing in the Army, 2S1; Poetry—" Khartoum," 281 ; F'ate of the " Proserpine's" Predecessor, 281; Our Home Guard, 313 ; "Britannia's" Beagles, 313: Description of a Monkey Topsail, 313: Some Soudan Heroes, 313 ; Biography of Major General Sir II. Bundle,313; Biography of Major General Sir A. Hunter, 313: Christmas Day in the Army, 313; Biography of Lieutenant-General Sir G. Luck, 343 :

Work ot a Naval Captain, 343: Gymnastics in the Army, 343; Measurements of Warships, 345: Fight at ICkowe, 345; Cutlass F’xercise in the Old Times, 343; Army Officers in 1800. 345; Introduction of Machinery for Block Making, 343; How Private Byrne Won the V.C., 3(19; Extra Employments for Soldiers, 369;

Foreign Officers in the British Army, 3(19: Seamen’s Beds, 369; Highland Regiments, 369: Naval l’rire Money, 369: How Capt.

Kenna won the V.C., 393 : Fighting Tops of Warships, 393 ; Scotch Regiments, 393: On Learning to Play the Bagpipes, 393: Our Correspondent in the Phillipines, 406: Some Important Warrant (Xlicers, 406 : What is a Squeegee Band ? 406; Selling a I >ead Man's FifTects. 406: Drums and Drummers, 406 ; Our Almanac Supplement,

406; Biography of Sir livelyn Wood, 441: 1st Madras Lancers,

465; Portsmouth Gun Wharf, 463: Infantry in 1685, 465; Guns Fired at Salutes, 463 : Badges of Irish Regiments, 463: Admiralty Smoking Concert, 489: New Viceroy of India I Lord Cur/onf, 489:

" Lions "on Old Battleships, 489 ; The " Whittcoats," 489 ; Coaling Ship at Sen, 489 ; Biography General Sir Drummond Jerx'ois, 313 ;

Prices of Chain Cables,’ 513: Christening Men-of-War Three Hundred Years Ago, 513; Army Corps, 513 ; Introduction of Lime juice into the Navy, 513 ; Biography— General R. N. Dawson-Scott,

537: Ambulances in a Warship, 537; Officers' Amusements at Sea,

.337: Proper Spelling of the Word Welsh, 537: Biography- Lieut.-Gen. Sir C. E. Nairne, 561: Regimental Shoe Makers', 561 : Work in a Training Ship, 561; Flow a 6-in. Quick-F'irer is Loaded, 561: First-Class Battleship "Jupiter," 361; Crimea and Indian Mutiny Veteran Association, 361 ; flow to Enlist in the nth Hustars, 383; Mimic Naval Engagements, 585; l'oreign Copies of the "Navy A Army Illustrated," 583: On Joining the Yeomanry Cavalry, 5S5; Cost of Joining the Volunteers as an Officer, 383 : Carpenter s Shop in a Warship, 609: Chaplain and Captain—A Double Commission. 609 ;

F'acts About New Battleships, 609 : Mistakes in Military Titles, 609: Subsidised Merchant Vessels, 609 ; 1 >ressof the F'ield Artillery, 609 ;

Earliest Naval Court Martial on Record, 6ofi; Biography—Vice-

Admiral Sir C. F\ Hothan, 633; Duties of Coast-guardsmen, 633;

Poetrv—Tommy's Troubles........C33

NOVEL CHINESE DOCK. A—

The “ Whiting," at Taku, 305; A Stern View of the ” Whiting " in

the Mud Dock...........313

OMDURMAN AND KHARTOUM—

General Gatacre, 6t : Awaiting the Dervish Attack, 61; After the First Attack, 61 ; Resting After the Battle, 61; Some Dervish Prisoners, 61; The Mahdi's Tomb, 62 ; Interior of Mahdi's Tomb, 62; Wall round Khalifa's Harem, 62 : Palace Gateway, Khartoum, 62 ; General View of Khartoum. 62 ; The British and Egyptian flags floating over Khartoum, 62 ; The Courtyard of Gordon's Palace, 62 ; Outside Government House, 62; Interior of Gordon's Palace, 62; The Memorial Service for General Gordon, 62 ; Courtyard of Gordon's Palace, 02 : The Camp of the Rifle Brigade, 118: The Effects of a Lyddite Shell, 118 : The Shabluka Cataract, 118 : The Temple of Abu I-emis, 118: Fuel for the " Abu Klea," 11S : The Khalifa's House, 118; Dervish Women Drawing Water from a Well. 118; Troops Disembarking. nS; The 21st Lancers Returning Home, 11S: Tropical

Scenery near Khartoum.........

ON BOARD A THIRD-CLASS CRUISER—

Getting Out the Bower Anchor, 123 : The Cutter Shoves Cft', 123: Training an Armoured Torpedo-Tube, 123 : The Navigating Officer Takes " Sights," 123: The Fleet in Line Ahead, 124: Touching Up the Ship's Side, 124; A View of the Bridge, 124: Tne Result ot a

Collision, 124: A Pretty Flvolution.......

ON BOARD THE “RODNEY”—

The Commander Comes Aboard, 570: The Officers of the " Rodney," 570; Representing the Machinery, 370 : Coastguardmen Serving on Board the " Rodney," 571; “ A Right Good ' Company ' Too ’’

"ON DUTY" .    .    '.......

ON THE AUSTK YI.IAX STATION—

The Admiral's Quarters, 129; Government House, F'arm Cove, 130: The Gun-boat “ Karrakatta," 130 : The Gun-boat " Goldfinch," 130: Hobart T jwn, Tasmania, 130: The “ Wallaroo," 131 : The " Royalist," 131 : The Naval Depot, Garden Island, 131 : A Landing Party in the New Hebrides, 132: The Surveying Vessel "Water-witch,” 132: The Surveying Vessel " Dart," 132: A Countermining Party, Sydney, 132: Cleaning the Boats. 393; At the Forge. 363; At the Wheel, 364; Working a Nordenfelt Gun .... ON THE BORDERS OF THE BUFFER STATE—

The Material for Completing the Railway to Candahar, 572: The Tunnel from the Afghan Side, 572 ; The Khojak Tunnel from the

Quetta Side............

ON THE CHINA STATION-

The " Undaunted," First-class Cruiser, 153; Forward ICngine-room Port Screw. 153: Armourers Stripping a fi-in. B.L. Gun. 133: A Corner of the Ward-room, 133; The Cable Deck, 133: Starboard Side—After Torpedo Flat .........

OPENING THE SCRAN-HAG-

An Unusually Large 1 laid.........

OUR ADVANCED POSTS ON THE NILE—

The Upper Deck of the Gun-boat “ Abu Klea," 291 : After aUharge, 291 ; Natives Watching the Arrival of Gun-boats, 291 ; A Useful Blanket, 291: Soudan Engine •• Kassala,” 292: On the Way 10 Eashodn. 292 ; Guns Captured from the Khalifa .... OUR ARSENAI. IN THE FAR EAST—

The Military Barracks at the Peak of Hong Kong, 297; Kowloon, with Keleased Territory in the Background, 2117: The Chinese Naval Establishment at Whampoa, on the way from Hong Kong to

Canton.............

OllR CAVALRY R EG IM ENTS —

5th (Royal Irishi I-ancers, 300: loth (Prince of Wales' Own Royal) Hussars, 303; ulh (Prince of Wales' Own) Lancers OlIR CENTRAL AFRICAN PROTECTORATE—

University Mission Steamship, 11; River Gun-boat "Pioneer," 11: Queen's Birthday Group Fort |uhnston ......

OUR CHRISTMAS DAY SEA BATTLE (Article by Edward Fraser)

118

571 O20

364

57*

153

446

292

-’97

3«o

302

INDEX—Continued.

OUR COLONIAL FORCES: AUSTRALIA.— I.—

Staff Officers, Victoria Defence Forces, 200; Captain Harding and Assistants, Taking It Fasy After Work, 266 : Warrant and Non-Commissioned Officers of Permanent Staff, 266; The Minister of Defence in his Office, 2**7 ; Officers, Metropolitan 1 brigade, Harrison Artillery, 267; Sergeants, Metropolitan Brigade, Harrison Artillery, 267 ; Re-bushing a 40-poumler Hun, 267 ; New Style -Loading a l*-in. Breech-loader, 208; Raising the Hun, 2OS; Old Style—Loading a 10-in. Muzzle-loader, 268 11.—A Quartette of Artillery Officers, 330 ; The Bugler and his Chief. 330: A Militia Artillery Officer. 330 ; lhe Brassey Trophy, 331 ; Some Artillery Athletes, 331; A Quick-Firing Hun Detachment. 331: Infantry Signallers, 332; Some lulantry Athletes, 332: The Signalling Corps, 332 : I*ractical Fortification,’332 ; Marching Order, 332. 111.—The Officers, 3rd Battalion Infantry Brigade. 380; The Non-Commissioned Officers, 3X0; The Battalion in Review Order, 386; The Band of the 3rd Battalion Infantry Brigade, late Ballarat Rangers, 386; The Victorian Rangers —Firing Exercise. 3S7; 1 he Victorian Rangers - " Present Arms! " 387; Warrant Officer in Drill Order, 3X7; Lieutenant-Colonel T. Brice, 387; Company of Victorian Mounted Rifles, 388; Victorian Mounted Rifles—An Easy Group. 388; Squad of Victorian Mounted Rifles, 388. IV.—The Army Service Corps—Serving out Ammunition, 426; 'lhe Ambulance Corps A Well-attended Patient, 426: The Engineers' Workshop, 4*0; The Victoria Barracks, St. Kilda Road, 426; The Sergeant-Major and the Regimental Pet, Victorian Mounted Rifles. 427 ; 1 ent-pegging. 428; Sword v. Lance. 428; The Fools Cray Cadet Corps. 428 ; The Cadet Corps—The Hrammar School Company, 428.    V.—Captain Irving. Permanent Adjutant, and a

Bugler, 493 : The Regimental Band, Permanent Artillery, 493; Winning l eam, Lloyd-Lindsay Compet., Viet. Horse Artillery, 403: Drill Sergeants, Permanent Forces. 493; A Champion Tug-of-War Team. Permanent Artillery. 404; A Drum-Major, Drummer, and Bugler, Permanent Artillery, 404 ; The Commandant, and the Captains, Adjutants. Warrant amt X.C.O.'s, Permanent Staff, 494 ; A Mounted Rifleman, 493. VI.—" Action Front "—Victorian Field Artillery, 329 ; Mounted batteries on Parade. 329; Engineers' Model-room. 329; Jumping by Sections. 530; A Cyclist Scout, 530 : Victorian Mounted Iniautry, 530.    VII.—Colonel and Officers, New South Wales

Mounted Rifles, 389 ; Instruction in Ambulance Work. New South Wales Cavalry, 589; Sergeant-Major, New South Wales Mounted Rifles, 590; The Rank ai.d File, New South Wales Mounted Rifles, 591; Dress and Undress. New South Wales Lancers, 591. VIII.— Colonel Lasseter, 638; A Type of Officer- Lieutenant Cox, N.SAV. Lancers. 638: Lieut.-Colonel Onslow, 638; A Troop Sergeant-Major, New South Wales 1-ancers. 639; New South Wales Lancers,

640: Troopers of the New South Wales Lancers ....    640

“OUR HOME GUARD:" A Souvenir of the Crisis-

The First Reserve Squadron........290

OUR LATEST POSSESSION IN THE FAR EAST—

The Road to Chcfco, 201 ; Extenorof Channel Island Fort, 201; The City Wall. Wei-Hai-Wei, 201: Interior of Channel Island Fort, 201; Gateway in Rear of Fort, 202 ; Rear of Fort on Observatory Island, 202.— II. East Fort, from the River, 227; The Pier, Len-Kung-Tao, 227: The Main Road. East Village, 227; Leu-Kung-Tao, from the

Landing-place, 22X ; The Old Naval Hospital, 228 ; The "Hansom '

of China............228

OUR VETERAN SEAMAN (Admiral of the F'leet, Sir Harry Keppel,

G.C.B.)............576

OUR WAR CORRESPONDENT IN THE PHILIPPINES -

Native Tro >ps near Iloilo Fishing for Breakfast, 471; Native Troops “On the Slouch, 471 ; Natives Guarding their Household Hoods and Chattels, 471    ;    Interrupted War Correspondents .    471

"OUT TORPEDO NETS

Hitting in Accommodation Ladder. 208 ; Making Hood a Defect, 208 ;

'J he "Crinoline" in Place, 208; Swinging Net In-Board, 208: (Jetting out Stern    Netting..........208

PARIS UNDER MILITARY PROTECTION—

Under Protection of the Military, 146; Infantry in the Champ de Mars, 146; Cuirassiers Patrolling the Streets, 146; A Bit of Gallic Fun, 146; Military Cyclist Bringing a Report, 146; Brothers-in-Ai ms,

146; Infantrymen on Guard, 147; Guarding the New Railway

Works. 147; A Well-guarded Building......147

PASHA OF MANY TRIALS \ (Article by Capt. W P. Drury, KM.L.I.)    174

PER MARE, PER TEKRAM -

Saved from Death, 325 ; "Cribbed, Cabined, and Confined," 325;

" Taurangas" Pet being Petted, 325; 'l’he " Tauranga" in Dry Dock, 325: Commander Colin Keppel, C.B., D.S.O., R N., 32b;

" Rule, Britannia 1 " 326; The Youngest Militiaman in Canada, 327 ;

At the 600-yds. Range. 327 ; Return of a Successful Team. 327 ; The Pacific Railway Militia, 327: " An Heart of Oak," 341 ; A Relic of the Egyptian ( ampaign. 1801, 311 ; A Peninsula Relic, 341 , Football 'learn ol the " Ganges,' 3|i : One of the Old School The" I urious,"

342 : A Time-honoured Ceremony, 342; Shetwood Foresters, 342;

Our Latest Admiral of the F'leet, 3(13 ; A l/ird of the " Narrow Seas,"

365 ; " A Christmas Greeting Iruin Wuhu, 365; " Forward the Light Brigade!" 365 : Saved by the Skin of his Teeth. 365; A Trumpet-Major of the Yeomanry, 366; The Champion Cyclist ol the Navy, 31*0;

The Officers of the ■ Cordelia" just Paid Oil, 366; Shoemaker's at Work, 367; "Regimental Sports," 36 7. Vice-Admiral 11. Rawson,

398; The New Naval and Military < luh at " Gib," 398 ; The Pet of the "Sans Pareil," 398; The I 001 ball learn of the "Alison,” 398;

The Wounded from ( rete, 399; Sons of the Kmpire, 399; The Dorset Regiment's Tug of-War Team, 3*ki ; Major-General The Hon R.

'I albot, C B., 399 ; A Canadian Christmas Greeting, 412 ; Inferior of Dockyard Church at Portsmouth, 412 ; \rmoury at Warwick Castle,

412 ; Preparing for War, 412 ; '1 lie Biggest Thing Afloat, 413; Coder the Saluting I lag, 413; The Lincolns on Parade, 413 ; Second Lieut.

Charles Godfrey, 435 ; Second Lieut. Cavaliere Zavertal. 433 ; Sec ond Lieut. George Miller. 433 ; A Relief Guard in Hyde Park, 433; Tilts Magazine, Hyde Park, 435; " Action front In Real Flarncsl, 43b;

The Last Winner of the "Pollock" Medal, 436; A Christmas Greeting from Australia, 436, A Christmas Card tor the F.ditor, 437; Landing in Crete of Prince George, 437. ( reian Insurgents Surrendering their Gnus, 417; Presentation Parade al Cairo, 438; Sir Francis Grenfell's Escort, 438; Lewis Bey, 43S; The Late Secretary of the N R A, 469; Relit s of tin: Past, 469; Their Lite's-work Finished, 1*19 ; A Well known London Sight, 4(9; A Postal Rarity,

4**9. Christmas with the Marines at Slonehouse The Drummers'

Room, 470; The Laum h of tin: "Oceanic," 470; A Scene of Desolation, 470 ; A Youthful Bandmaster, 4X4 . Father and Son, 484 ;*

Past Work, 484 ; To the Old 90th, 484; Dumbarton I .addles, 4X4;

AH that remains of York I louse, 483 ; Tne Biggest Huns Alloat, 4H3 ; "Fighting Mac" and his Stall of British No a-Com. Officers, 1st

PER MARFI.—CaHtinrd.    fagr.

Soudanese Brigade E.A., 485, A Royal Midshipman, 507 : Breaking a way through Ice at Vladvostock, 507 ; A Presentation Ship's Bell,

507 ; The London Recruiting Staff, 508; Lord Hill's Column at Shrewsbury, 508; A Sapper Christmas Decoration, 508; Dublin Recruiting Staff, 1898, 509: A Disputed Claim, 509; In Rough Weather Kit, 509: The Result of a Collision, 510; A F'eat of Strength, 510; An Admiralty Souvenir, 510; Flooding a Dock at Malta, 510; A Picket-Boat's Kudder, 510; Surgeon-Ccneral Taylor,

C.H., M l)., 531: A Rodney Memorial, 531; Rear-Admiral Hugo L. Pearson and Staff", 531 ; Tent-mending, 532; The Harriers of the "Polyphemus," 532; Singapore Garrison Rifle Club. 532; Sunday Morning at the Garrison Church, Portsmouth, 333; Winter off Wei-Hai-Wei," 333; A Naval Recreation Ground in the Near East,

533; The "Big Drum" of the Cinque Ports, 534: Telegraphists for Fashoda, 534 ; Lieut -General Sir Ileury Bracken bury, R.A., R.C.B., K.C.S.I., 565 ; " ()n Guard "—Black Watch at Fldinburgh Castle, 565;

An Historic Building, 565; The "Vernon’s" Badge, 5OO: Gosport Hard, 56O; Portsmouth Hard. 566: Native Troups of the Congo l’ree State, 567; A Lesson in Anatomy, 567; The Assist. Sec. of the N.R.A., 5G7 ; The 1-ate Prince Alfred, 567; Canada's Winter Port,

568 ; The Drummer's Room, Plymouth Division R.M.L.I., At Christmas, 5(18; The Badge of an Army Doctor, 5(18; On an Errand of Destruction. 568; Towed to Her I-ast Moorings, 579 ; The Buffs—

579 : "On Steaming Covers," 579 ; The “ Indus "—1839,

580: The "Ocean"—1899, 580: An Old Recruiting Poster, 580:

" The LittleF'ighting Fours," 580; A Company of B.C.A. Rifles, 581:

The "Drums" of the B.C.A. Rifles, 581; Clearing for Action, and Rigging Externpore Defence. 381 : A Card from the Highland Cadets,

581; A Crack Ghoorka Football Team, 5X2; The "Dewey" War Medal, 582; A Sturdy Dredger. 582; Rear-Admiral Beaumont. F'.R.G.S , 582 : Colonel 1*\ G. Slade. C.B . K.A.. (03; "Out Berthon Boats," *103; Military Pigeon Post Office in Turkestan, 603 ; A Goat with a Grievance, <>04 : Coaling Point, Portsmouth Dockyard, 604;

Our Oldest Light Infantry Corps, 604 ; A Lucky Escape, 604; Well-Earned Honours, 603 ; A Seaman's Belt Badge, 603 ; Naval Officers'

Ridge, 605; Two Gunner Football Champions 605: Lieut.-(Jen.,

H. le G. Geary, C.B., R.A., 627; Signallers of the 3rd Battalion Rifle Brigade, 627; Lowering a Boiler into the "Oceanic."

627 ; Another FIngine-room Hero, C27 : Methods of Carrying the Kit in the Russian Army, 628; F'ront View, 62X: The S.S. "Stuart"

Ashore in Weymouth Bay, 62S ; A Result of the Storm, 628 : One of a Brave Stock 629: The Last of an Old Corps, 629. The Retiring Lieutenant-Governor of Guernsey and Military Staff, 629; The F'inal Competitors, 630; The "Home" at F'lorianne Malta, 630; The " Rest" at Margherita Mill. Malta, 630; Slatin Pachas Last Drive

in Cairo............630

PHYSICAL DRILL WITH RIFLE -

Third Exercise, 447; Fourth Exercise, 447 ; F'iflh Exercise, 447;

l-»nge.............447

PLYMOUTH VOLUNTEER INFANTRY BRIGADE. The -

A General View of the Camp, 137 ; The Brigade Office, 157; Major-General Mackay Heriot and Staff, 157; Officers, 1st Volunteer Battalion Devonshire Regiment. 138: Officers, 2nd Volunteer Battalion Devonshire Regiment, 158; Preparing to March Past, 158;

The Brigade Cyclists, 139: Officers. 3rd Volunteer Battalion Devonshire Regiment. 159; Officers. 4th Volunteer Battalion Devonshire Regiment, 159, The Brigade Signallers, 1C0: Preparing Breakfasts,

1G0; Instruction in Tent Pitching.......160

POE, Commodore Edmund, S., R.N........353

PORTGUARD SQUADRON AT BRISTOL. The—

The Men Landing from the Ship.......33

PORTGUARD SQUADRON, The Cruise of the

Thel'irst-class Battleship "Sans Pareil," 26; The Torpedo Gunboat " Spanker," 26: The Second-class Battleship " Thunderer," 26: Captain G. A. Giffard, R.X., 27; The "Nile." F'lagship of the

Squadron, 27: The l-'irst-class Battleship "Trafalgar," 27; Captain

John S. Halifax, I< N...........27

PORTSMOUTH ENGINEER VOLUNTEERS. The—

Portsmouth Engineer Volunteers at Raft Drill, m ; A Complete

Cask-Raft, in ; Putting Out to Sea.......m

"POWERFUL" IN DOCK AT KOWLOON. The .    39*

l’RESS-GANG DAY’S, A Novelist of (Article by James Baker) .    .    68

PRINCE EDWARD OF YORK. H R H.......289

PRINCE OF WALES' VOLUNTEERS, The (Article by (J. F. Bacon) 4.10 PRIZE FIRING IN THE BRITISH FLEET (Article by a Naval

Officer).............384

PROTECTION OF THE GRAND HARBOUR AT MALTA, The Preparation tor Closing the Harbour, 86; The Grand Harbour Closed ............ 86

QUEEN'S NEW YACHT, The    550

QUEEN'S OWN, ROYAL WEST KENT REGIMENT. The—

Officers, 2nd Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent) Regiment, 394 ; The 2nd Royal West Kent On Parade, 594: Inspecting Recruits, 593; A Representative Group, 595 ; Royalty Saluting the Colours, 595; Band of the 2nd Queen's Own, 5136; "Drums" of the 2nd Queens

Own, 596; 1 he Backbone of the Battalion .....    396

QUEEN RECEIVING MISS AGNES WESTON AT WINDSOR

CASTLE, The...........449

"QUO FAS ET GLORIA DUCUNT".......593

RAISING THE moth REGIMENT (Article by Forster Boulton)    539

REFORMATORY AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL SHIPS (Article

by Commander FI. P. Slat ham. R.N.)......466

REGIMENTAL BADGES (Article by H. Laurence Swinburne) .    102

REGIMENTAL COLOURS AND PLATE-

Colours and Plate ol 2nd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, 242 ;

Plate of 3rd Hussars, 242; Colours and Plate of 1st Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment, 242; Colours of 2nd Battalion Royal Welsh F usiliers, 243; Colours and Plate of 2nd Battalion Somersetshire

Light Infantry...........243

REGIMENTAL DEPOTS    ........222

REGIMENTAL DISTINCTIONS    IN DKEbS (Article by P. Sumner) 3s-

REGIMENTAL SI!()h-MAKER.    A.......548

RESERVES AT PORTSMOUTH, The

The Chief Gunner and Chief Masler-at-Arms, 179 ; A Parade in F'ront of the " 1 Hike of Wellington " and " Marlborough," 179 ; The Portsmouth Class I us: rue tors, 180; The Receiving Ships " Hannibal " and "Asia,” 180; The Fleet Reserve Bluejackets Marching to Work 180 RETURN OF THE GUARDS, The -

The 1st Grenadiers on 1'.trade at Gibraltar, 85 ; Marching through Alexandria, 85; The lns|>ectioii by Major-Gen. Henderson, 83; On the way to MustaphaCamp     .....85

INDEX— Coni inned.

REVISITING or.n BATTLE-FIELDS LEWES AND EVESHAM

Mount Harry, near Lewes, from the East, 241i; Evesham. 240;

Lewes Priory Ruins, with Castle in Background, 240: Uannock-hurn Bore Stone, 461 : The Field of Bannockburn lrnm Gillies’

Hill, 461: Old Bridge of Forth.......462

ROBERTS, The Right Hon. Field-Marshal Lord, V.C., K I’., Etc,    49

RODNEY," The Cabinet of the    ......519

ROl'ND THE SMOKING LANTERN, BY THOSE WHO WERE THERE -

The First Lieutenant’s Yarn (Article By Commander E. P.

Statham, R.N.)..........293

The Colonel’s Story (By Major Arthur Gril(iths)    294

The Doctor's Yarn (By Commander E P. Statham, R.N.)    296

A Tale from India (By Captain Owen Wheeler)    321

The Gunner’s Story (By W F\ Shannon) ....    322

In The Doi ri.b-Bottom (By Laurance Swinburne)    324

ROUTE MARCH OF THE BORDERERS—

Ready to March, 232: A Welcome by the Berwickshire Yeomanry,

231: At Foulden House, 232: The Band of the 1st K.O.S.B 232;

In I'ormont Park. 232 : Entering a Dumfriesshire Village    232

ROUTE MARCH OF THE LONDON SCOTTISH R V . The

Marching by Loch Lubnaig—Up Stratliyre, toy; Pitching Camp, too; Serving out Blankets, 109: In the Pass of I.eny, 109; The Marchioness of Breadalbane conducts the Officers to Luncheon, no:

With the Baggage Guard—“ All t in ! " 110: The Baggage Guard in Difficulties—" Stuck," 110; A Halt at the Bailie Nicol Jarvie, Alier-

fovle     no

ROYAL HIBERNIAN MILITARY SCHOOL, DUBLIN—

Colonel Hale, Commandant, and Officers, 421: Boys of the Royal Hibernian Military School at I 'inner, 421 . The Boys on Parade, 422 ;

The Commandant's House ami Entrance Gate, 422; The Avenue,

422: The Church, 423: The Roman Catholic Chapel. 423: “Sons of the Blood " 423. II - Sons of the Widow. 462; Marching in from Inspection, 403 : An Inspection by Lord Roberts, 463 : A Chat with some ■' Old Boys," 463 : One of the Dormitories, 464 ; “ Wash

and Brush Up," 464: The Swimming Baths.....464

ROYAL IRISH FUSILIERS, The—

Officers with New and Old Colours.......50

ROYAL IRISH REGIMENT, The—

Colonel and Non-Commissioned Officers 1st, 3rd. 4th, and 5th Battalions Royal Irish Regiment, 239; Officers 1st, 3rd, 4th and 5th

Battalions Royal Irish Regiment.......239

ROYAL NAVAL HOSPITAL, CHATHAM, The—

The Principal Medical Officers at Chatham Hospital, 170: In the Surgical Ward, 170: In the Receiving-Room—A New Arrival, 171 ;

Patients at Dinner, 171 : The Terrace of the Officers' Quarters, 171;

The Colonnade in front of the Hospital......171

ROYAL SAILORS’ RESTS, The—

The Royal Sailors Rest. Portsmouth, 450: The Royal Sailors' Rest, Devonport. 450: The Billiard-room. Royal Sailors' Rest, Portsmouth,

451 : Cabin presented by the Duke of York, 451 : The Large Hall at Portsmouth. 451: Petty Officers’Reading and Dining Room. Royal Sailors' Rest, Portsmouth, 454; Petty Officers' Reading Room,

Royal Sailors’ Rest, Devonport, 452; Recreation-Room, Royal Sailors' Rest, Devonport, 452: I'ront Bar, Royal Sailors' Rest.

Devonport............ 452

ROYAL WELSH FUSILIERS. The

The 1st Royal Welsh F’usiliers on Parade, 181; An Officer in Full Dress. iSt: Col. Thorold, Major Morris. Adjt. Braithwaite, and Sergeants. 1S1: The “ Goat-Major ami Goat, 182. Types—Showing " I lash " on Officer s Ba k, 182 ; The Oldest and Tallest, Youngest ami Smallest, 182 ; Ready for Kit Inspection, 183 ; A Quiet

Rubber on the Ramparts.........183

RUFFIANISM OR MILITARY TRAINING? (By Lieut.-Colonel J.

Graham 1...... 32

RUSSIAN MILITARY FIELD RAILWAY, A—

Horse Traction on the Railway, 505 ; Turning at Right Angles into the Battery, 505. Officers Employed in Its Construction, 505 ; First Arrival at the Terminus, 505 : Dragging the Trolley from under the Gin. Gun     50G

SECOND BATTLE OF MANILA. The—

The Insurgents Sandbag Defence, 546; Removing the Wounded Under F’ire, 54G; Filipino Outpost at Work, 54G; American Volunteers in the Open, 546: American Marines on Parade, 547;

Danger behind the Bushes, 547: Utah Artillery in Camp, 547: Californian Regular Infantry    .    .    547

SECOND LINE OF DEFENCE. The—

A Drill Ashore, iG»i: An Admiralty Inspection, iGG; Ships of the Portsmouth Reserve, 1G7 ; An Interesting Group on Board the Royal

Yacht " Oslxirne"......... tG8

SEE THE CONQUERING HERO COMES -

A Dervish Wife, 141 ; Dervishes Taking a Rest, 141 : In Full War

Panoply............141

SHERWOOD FORESTERS, The

Officers, Sherwood Foresters, 135 ; Entraining at the Curragh, 133;

Oft to Malta...... 133

SHIP AND SHORE—

18th Hussars Disembarking at Durban, 439: 'Twixt Sky and Sea.

439: 7th Hussars Embarking on Surf-Boats, 439: On the Way to the Trooper, 440 ; Inspection of 7th Hussars at Cape Town. 440; About

to Embark    ...........440

SIRDAR ENTERING CAIRO ON HIS RETURN FROM THE

SOUDAN, The .    ...    ...    142

SKETCH OF A FAMOUS REGIMENT, A (Article by Col. W. W.

Knollys    ...    430

SMITH, MAJOR-GENERAL SIR C. HOLLEI).....251.

SOLDIER’S FUNERAL, A—

A Troop Horse Dressed to Follow the Collin, 553; An P'scort of Lancers, 553; Drapped in the Union Jack, 553: Lifting the Collin Off the Gun Carriage, 553 . “ Carried Mournfully into the Church,"

554: At the Graveside, 554; The Last Volley ....    534

SOME MEMORIALS OF NELSON

The House where Nelson's f lardener Lived, 105 ; The First Trafalgar Memorial, 103; The "Nelson Arms," Merton, 105: Portsmouth Harbour and the “ Victory," 105; The Yarmouth Memorial    103

SOME NAVAL SPECIALISTS—

Torpedoers and l-.lectricians, 448 , A Boatswain and his Mates, 448 ;

The Motive Power    .........    448

SOME NOTED RANKERS (Article by Will Swales) ...    419

SOME PRIZES AND PRIZE WINNERS—

Infantry Polo Association Challenge Cup, 244 ; The Winners of the Devon County Big Gun Competition, 244 ; A Group of the N.C.O.'s of the 1st and 2nd l.ife Guards and Royal Horse Guards (Blue) .    244

1‘AOK

SOUTH LANCASHIRE REGIMENT. The—

The Regimental Drummer, 93; The Regimental Plate, 93: The South I.ancashire's Cyclists Preparing for a Ride, 93 ; " • >uar<l Turn Out," 04 : The Officers of the South Lancashire Regiment, 94 ; '1 he Officers’ Mess and Ante-room. 94; Armourers and Blacksmiths at

Work, 05 ; A Review of the Regiment......95

SPORT AT THE ROYAL NAVAL ENGINEERING COLLEGE -Tlie Swimming in Clothes Race—Undressing in the Water, 253;

The Start for the (ibstacle Race, 253; T lie New Boat-house and College Boats    253

ST. PATRICK S DAY AT MALTA.......620

o ST. PAUL,” THE U S. AUXILIARY CRUISER—

Practice with one of the 5-in. Quick-firers, 99; Two of the "St.

Paul’s” Guns, 99; Waiting to be Dismantled, 99: Keeping his hand in. too: Off a Hostile Port, 100: "I lid Glory" Well Defended    too

STORY OF THE ’ IMPLACABLE,’ The (By Edward Fraser) .    598

STORY OF THE IRRESISTIBLE " (Article by Edward Frazer)    270

STRENGTHENING GIBRALTAR—

The Channel Squadron at Anchor in the Bay of Gibraltar, 362 ; The Artificial liarlioui now under Construction at Gibraltar    3G3

THE ANCHORS AND CABLES OF OUR WAR-SHIPS—I —

The Cable of Nelson's Time, 403: Finishing a 2.1-in. I.ink, 403: Making a it in. Cable, 403 : Making a Heavy Mooring Cable, 404 ; Mooring Cable Awaiting Proof, 404. II —" A Nice Little "I rinket, 458; Some Odds and Ends, 458; The "Victory’s" Anchor. 459: A Big Sling-Chain, 430; A very Primitive Anchor, 459. Ill - A Relic of the Spanish Armada, 518; Byers’ Stockless Anchor, 51S: Flail's Patent Anchor, 31S; Anchor Lane at Portsmouth Dockyard,

319; “ Davit " or Crane for Lifting Ship’s Anchor    5*9

THE ARMY IN THE NAVY LIST (Article by Edward Fraser)    240

THE BAGPIPE (Article bv John Storer, Mus. Doc.) ....    270

THE 20th BOMBAY INFANTRY, or 2nd BALl’CH B ATT A LION —

Native Officers, 2nd Baluch Battalion, 202 : (.roup of N. CO. 'sand Sepoys, 2nd Baluch Battalion. 203; Parade in Quarter-Column.

Review Order—Khaki, 203: Types of Various Classes in Uniform,

204: Types of Various Classes ........    204

THE BOYS’ BRIGADE (Article bv Lieut.-Colonel John Graham)    334

THE "CABINET" OF THE "FURIOUS"    ...    217

THE CHANNEL SQUADRON IN PORTLAND ROADS—

A Panorama of Portland Roads, 618-19: Inspecting Liberty Men,

G18: Going Ashore in the Tug, 618; Liberty Men in the Launch,

G19 : Landing at Weymouth ........    619

THE DRUMMERS' ROOM OF THE GRENADIER GUARDS    416

THE FRENCH TORPEDO FLOTILLA—

Torpedo-Boat No. 64, 623 ; No. 17S—The Latest Type Afloat, 625

No 21G -Just Completed at Toulon......G25

THE IIAMI’SHIRES IN THE KHYBER PASS—

Officers of the 1st Hampshire, 637 ; Camp of the 1st Hampshire at

l.undi Kotal...........f,37

THE HOME-COMING OF THE SUFFOLK REGIMENT—

The Suffolk Regiment in Camp, 424: " Far from the Madding Crowd," 424 : Officers 1st Battalion Suffolk Regiment    414

THE INTERIOR OF A MAN-OF-WAR —I —

Looking in the Casemate on the Main Deck, 286; Store-room for Torpedoes, 2S7 ; Corner Casemate on Main Deck, with 6-in. Quick-Firing Gun, 288 ; Ammunition Lobby Aft, Below Armoured I >eck, 288. II.—The Engineer Officers of the ■' Diadem," 350: The Artificers’ Workshop on Main Deck, 350: The Patent Automatic Door, 351: Ammunition Passage. 352; Part of Cofferdams Round Hatchways

on Armoured Deck..........332

THE LEGATION GUARDS AT PEKING —

Officers of the Guard. 434: The Men of the Guard ....    434

THE MIDSHIPMEN’S BERTH—

The Gun-room of a Battle-ship, 1899, 543: The Gun-room of a Battle-ship, 1834 ,343 ; A Very Nautical Ambulance ....    344

THE MIMIC BATTLE AT OLYMPIA—

The Blockading Squadron off Santiago, 433: Hobson’s Gallant Exploit in the " Merrimac," 433 : The Destruction of Cervera's

Cruisers............433

THE MINTO AND GENERAL CHAPMAN'S CUPS—

The Winners of the M into Cup........192

THE PRESSGANG    (Article    by Tramp).......574

THE REGENERATION OF’ G COMPANY (Article by Frederick

G. Engelbach)...........574

THE ROYAL MARINE DEPOT AT WALMKR— 1.

The Officers'Quarters, 474 ; The Staff, 474 : At lease, 473: Ready,

473: Shoulder to Shoulder, 473    II.—On the Parade Ground,

North Barracks, 541 : Where the Colonel Lives, 541 : The Infirmary, 541; Sunday Church Parade -“God Save the Queen." 342. The Place for a Dip,” 542; An Inspection after Issuing Clothes. 542: III.—The Pyramid. 577 : The Free Gymnastic Drill, 577; The isle of Man, 577. In the Library, 57S: A Glimpse of the Billiard-Room.

57S ; A Comfortable Coffee-Room.......57S

THE SOLDIER AT PLAY (Article by Callum Beg) ....    150

Tills " VENERABLE ' (Article by Edward F’razer) ...    396

THE WOUNDED FROM THE SOUDAN—

Wounded Heroes of the Lancers' Charge, 340; Fellow-Sufferers

Convalescent...........340

THEIR LORDSHIPS' BINOCULARS (Article by Major W. P.

Drury, K.M L.I........' .    408

THEY ALL LOVE JACK—

Interested Visitors, 203; A Flirtation, 205 ; Taking Stock .    .    205

THOUGHTS OF A HAPPY CHRISTMAS.....328

THREE GENERATIONS OF NAVAL ENGINEERS—

Fleet-Engineer T Fellows Simmons (Retired), 349: Fleet-[engineer G T. Fellowes Simmons, "Theseus," 349: Assistant-Engineer Fellowes T. Simmons, " Mars," 349: Engineer-Student G. C. Fellowes Simmons ...........    349

THROUGH NORTHERN INDIA WITH A HORSE BATTERY—

The Cavalry Camp at 1 >elhi, 535 ; A " Coffee Shop,” 533; The Halfway Halt, 335: Watering Horses, 353; The " F'eed ’’ Sounded, 556: Enjoying Their Meal, 556: Issuing Forage, 556 ; The Bakery, 556:

A Wayside Camp .    .    .....356

TOMMY ATKINS'S CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS—

A Fire Place, Somersetshire Eight Infantry, 486; The Hero of the Hour, 480: By a Soldier Artist, 4.86: l’ast Honours and Future Wishes, 487; The Regimental Goat, 487; A Typical Barrack-room at Christmas    487

TORPEDO-BOAT IN DIPT IUUI.TTF.S, A......48

TORPEDO SCHOOL OF THE NAVY, The The "Vernon," 1.

Torpedo Boat No. 25, 2 ; An Outrigger Boat, 2; The "Vernon’s"

Chief and her Staff, 2; The Explosion of a Mine, 2; The Home of tlie Torpedo School at Portsmouth, 3 j The “Ariadne" in her light-

INDEX—Continued.

TORPEDO SCHOOL.—Conlhmnl.    t'Ar.K

inn days. 4: Warrant Officers of the Instructional Staff, 4 : The Torpedo Instructors, 4 The “ Vernon." II. Heliograph Instruction on the Poop of the" Vernon, "70; ,V Class of Officers, 70: Instructor Explaining Telegraph Instruments, 71 : Instructor Explaining Telephone, 71 ; A Part of the Secondary Battery Room, 72 ; Torpedo-Lieutenant Explaining Dynamo 72. The "Vernon" 111—The “Vesuvius," Tender to the "Vernon," ioti; The " Acta-on," formerly " Vernon," 10G : The " Vernon " under Sad. toil: Captain Durnford and Officers of the "Vernon." 107; The Artificers' 1'actory,

108: Lecture Room for Mining Instruction. 10S: The Electric Light Lecture-room, 10S. The " Vernon " IV. Explosion of a Mine Containing 500 lb. of Cun-Cotton, 154 ; Weighing Mines. 154 ;

Issuing Cun-Cotton, 155 ; Instructor Explaining Mining with Model,

15G: Seamen Pitting a Mine Containing 71. ID of Cun-Cotton, 156:

Tlte "Vernon" V.—Outrigger Iloat Exploding Torpedo. 213; Members of Chief Petty Officer's Mess. 213: Explosion of Outrigger Torpedo, 214: The Whitehead Room: Heads of Torpedoes,

215: The Whitehead Room : Tails of Torpedoes. 215 : Preparing to Launch Out, 210: A Whitehead Torpedo Leaving Tube, 216; The

Recovery of the Torpedo After Tiring......

TORI’EDO TRAINING IN THE MEDITERRANEAN—

1'latea Harbour and Anchorage, 558: A Dainty Toy, 558: Where the Hutton is Pressed. 558; Aliout to Lay Counter-Mines, 530: The "Vulcan." 559: Some Officers of the "Vulcan," 559; Middies

Ashore at Work ....    ......

TRAINING OF HORSES FOR THE ARMY. The (Article by

Equesl.............

TRAINING OCR WELSH MILITIA—

The Guard Clock—Reveille. 133 ; An Impromptu Sentry-box, 133 ;

No. 1 Company. 133 : The Officers of the Royal Monmouthshire, 134;

The Corps on Parade..........

TRAINING SQUADRON, The—

Captain A. J. Pocklington, R.N., 334; Captain F. O Pike.

R.N., 354; Captain G. H. Cherry, R.N., 354; Captain R. N. Gresley, R.N., 334; The “ Raleigh." 334; The " Cleopatra," 354;

The " Champion," 355; The " Volage," 353; The " Volage Studding Sails Port Side. 356: Putting on Steaming Covers seen from Aft. 3511; Putting on Steaming Covers seen from Forward, 35O;

The ■■ Calypso Studding Sails both Sides.....

TRINCOMALEE—

The " Eclipse," Bows On, 4S2 : Trincomalee Dockyard. 482; The Dockyard Gate. 4S3; The Hilliard Saloon, Sober Island. 483; The Naval Sick Ouarters, 483; The Admiral's House, 483: The Wardroom Bungafow, Sober Island    ......

TWENTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY. A (Article by A. B Tucker)

TWIXT THE AVON AND BOSCOMBF. DOWN—

Preparing Dinner for the Seaforths, 12 : The Return to Camp. 12 ;

A Welcome Rest, 12 : Watching the Battle. 13; Victorious Troops 1 'assing Through Amesbury, 13 : Before the Battle of Woodford. 13;

One of the Bridges, 13 ; A Deadly Engine of War, 13 ; About to Ascend, 14: Artillery Advancing, 14: Shelling the Enemy, 14:

Shelter for Horses, 14; Infantry Under Cover, 15; Guns Formed up to March Past. 15; Preparations for the Commander-in-Chief, 15:

The 12th Lancers Marching Past, 13; Royal Welsh Fusiliers Returning, 16 ; Field Artillery Maching Past, 10; Foreign Critics, tG:

1 fistinguished Spectators.........

UHLANS OF THE SEA—

Second-class Cruiser “ Venus," 524 : First-class Cruiser " Andromeda,"324; Second-class Cruiser " Furious".....

"UNDER THE SEA IN SHIPS" (Article by James Wilson) UNIQUE NAUTICAL EXPERIENCE. A—

The " Paluma" in Dock, 511: High and Dry on the Shore, 511; A Strange Marine Monster, 512: Waiting for the Second Flood to Float Her Off...........

"VICTORY" SINCE TRAFALGAR, The

Semaphore and Single-stick Instruction, tjH ; Boys Learning lo Knot and Splice, »»8: How They Manned the Guns at Trafalgar, «|H; Nelson's I fining-room, where Court-martials are now held, 98; In the

Cockpit of tile " Victory "...    .....

VOLUNTEERS AS ENGINEERS—

The 1st London R.E. and 1st Middlesex l< E at Church I’arade, 21: Some (Hlicers of both Corps. 21; A Casemate for the Maxim, 21; Colonel Waller Inspects the Works, 22 : The Guard and Sentry. 1st Middlesex R.E.,22; The 1st London Complete a Trestle Bridge, 22; The Result of an Explosion, 23: Making a Stockade, 23 : A Tidy Tent, 23; Visitors to see the Sports, 23; Throwing up Earthworks, 2 3: Tea with the Officers, 23: The Arrival of the Pontoon Section. 23; The Tower I lamlets Busy, 24; Making the Roof, 24; Making Gabions. 24; Securing a Trestle, 24; Bridging the River at Acton,

24 ; t )n the Raft...........

VOLUNTEER MEDICAL STAFF CORPS. The—

Some Chiefs of the Volunteer Medical Stall Corps, 237 ; A Battalion of the Volunteer Medical Staff Corps on Parade, 237: The Cacolet 2tfi    in Ufe, 237 ; Cacolet Drill, Volunteer Medical Stall Corps, 238;

Exercise in Stretcher Drill. 238; Hand-Seat Drill, Volunteer Medical

Stall Corps, 238 ; Instruction in Waggon 1 trill.....

VON GEKSDORF REGIMENT, A Morning with the

Taking Shelter, 51; Doubling to the Front, 31; Opening Fire, 31; 559    Lieut. vonTrott.si ; The Enemy Retreats,32: The Final Rush, 52:

Returning to Barracks, 32 ; Lieutenant I'enrich .... 4GG

WAR RECORD OF THE “ LONDON." The (Article by Edward

Fraser).............

WARRIORS OF THE NILE-

134    A Souvenir of Omdurman and Khartoum......

WEST INDIA REGIMENT, The—

A Camp of Isolation, Jamaica, 277: Officers of Depot, W.I R., 277; A Depot Recruiting Party, W.I.R, 277; Sergeant and Corporal Bugler, 2nd W.I.R., 278 ; Medical Establishment, W.I.R.

WEST OF SCOTLAND ARTILLERY. Under Canvas with the—

A Group of the Officers, go; The Non-Commissioned Officers of the

Corps, 116; Gun Practice in Camp.......

356 WEXFORD MILITIA, The (The Royal Irish)—

The Band of the Wexford Militia.......

WHAT MINING A HARBOUR MEANS......

WHEN THE QUEEN IS AT OSBORNE—

The Royal Yacht " Elfin," 517; The Naval Guard—Fleetmen. 517;

483    The Military Guard—Riflemen........

47,, WHIST PARTY AT SEA, A.........

WINTER SPORT IN THE NAVY—

The " Britannia's " Football XV.. 47G; A Game on the Playing Field, 476 ; The Royal Naval Engineering College XV.

WITH THE CHANNEL SQUADRON-

The " Hannibal" in a Heavy Head Sea, 172 : Full Speed. Taking it in Over All, 172: A Scene at Arosa Bay, Spain, 172; The Paper Chase—The Meet, 172; Gone Away, 172: In Full Cry, 172: Prize Firing Laying Out the Target, 343 : The Fore Turret About to F'ire, 343 ; At the Range finder, 343; The Muzzle of a 12-in Gun

After Firing............

16 WITH THE CHANNEL SQUADRON AT GIBRALTAR—

A Late Addition to the Fleet- the i-rater " Thrush," 275: Battle-Ships Coaling Alongside the New Mole, 273 ; Field Guns' Crews at Drill on the Almeda at Gibralta, 27G: A " Fouling Match," 276: The Gibraltar Bum-boat, 27G; The " Prince George " at " Gib."

524 WITH THE WEST INDIAN TROOPS IN KUMASI—

52G    1 he Officers 2nd W.I. Regt. Outside their Hut, 191; The Officers'

Garden. 191 : The Men's Quarters, 2nd West India Regiment, igi: The Officers’ Hut, igi; Another View of the Men's Quarters, 192;

The Native Market..........

512 WOOD, General Sir H. E„ V.C., G.C.B., G.C.M.G.....

PAM!

91

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238

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358

3«2

278

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476

344

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192

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