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OFFICERS’ UNIFORMS.

OFFICERS’ UNIFORMS.

Tenders given for Outfits for Regimonts or Individuals. NEW SERVICE, CEREMONIAL, MESS, or FROCK, with or without ACCOUTREMENTS, On the OFFICE plan of supplying materials, or carried through entirely by BURBERRYS (oMignsrate WAR OFFICE), 30 A 31, Haymarkot, | A||nHil A BASINGSTOK
December 6, 1902 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
CENTRAL HOTEL,

CENTRAL HOTEL,

The Largest Hotel in PORTSMOUTH* 130 BEDS. One minnte’a walk Town Station and G.P.O.j five minutes by Tram Car to Sontheea and Dockyard. Lift to Every Floor. A Uniform Price of 8/- Bedroom and !/• Attendance for Gentlemen in Service. Moderate Tariff. INCLUSIVE TEBMS, 10/6 FEB DI
December 6, 1902 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
“ HIGHLAND CREAM ” SCOTCH WHISKY.

“ HIGHLAND CREAM ” SCOTCH WHISKY.

HIGHLAND CREAM SCOTCH WHISKY. QUALITY UmiVALLED. WM. TEACHER & SONS Glasgow, London, and lancluslor. jlay be bad of all Wine Merchants.
August 4, 1900 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
COHTAINS THE SECORDB OF OYER

COHTAINS THE SECORDB OF OYER

10,000 NAVAL OFFICERS (Active and Retired) and Full Particulars of Ships and other Information. What Whitaker is to the general public, so is Lean’s Boyal Navy List’to everyone interested in the Naval Service,"—Nautical Magazine, Officers are earnestly requested to send at once
August 4, 1900 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
ARMY NAVY JOURNAL OF THE AND AUXILIARY RESERVE JJJ. FORCES. No. 2,092.— V01. XLI.] SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1900. CREQIBTBRED THE Q.P.O.

ARMY NAVY JOURNAL OF THE AND AUXILIARY RESERVE JJJ. FORCES. No. 2,092.— V01. XLI.] SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1900. CREQIBTBRED THE Q.P.O.

( PRICE 6D. A Newspaper. ( Postage extra. Contents; tfte dumber. at Paardeberg, twenty-five miles north-east of Jacobsdal Camp, and flanking the direct road to the Free State capital, was still engaged with Cron forces, Sir Red vers Buller assaulted and captured Hlangwane Hill,
February 24, 1900 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
ARMY ASSURANCE ASSOCIATION.

ARMY ASSURANCE ASSOCIATION.

THB SPECIAL ARMY POLICIES: I (War Riikp. Lowmt Hat«« of Promlum, with unique A*irC» j World-Wide. teaturea, have been granted by the ACCIDENTS & Lending Companies In Branch. niCCACCC The “Special Army” Fire and Burglary Policies hold the Insurer covered in any FIRE. AbnSd? Banao
February 24, 1900 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
THESE CHOICE FLATS

THESE CHOICE FLATS

occupy both sides of handsome Boulevard, with ornamental grounds and fine timber. They have been designed to meet the demand for increased accommodation at moderate rentals. The Suites consist of two to three reception, four to seven bedrooms, bath, kitchen, and excellent office
February 24, 1900 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
Burton Brttoerg

Burton Brttoerg

Burton COMPANY, LIMITED, BURTON-ON-TRENT. of tlje Finest flies & Stouts. BONDERS & BLENDERS OF WINES & SPIRITS. Contractors to Her Majesty’s Forces at Home aad la Egypt. ADDRESS ALL INQUIRIES TO : Mr. K. BUSOABD, General Manager, Burton-on-Trent; or Messrs. 1. BABBEB * ROB, Custo
February 24, 1900 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England
 
YEOMANRY CAVALRY.

YEOMANRY CAVALRY.

Royal North Devon (Hussars). —Basil Thomas Fanshawe, gent., to be 2nd Lieut. Hampshire (Carabiniers). —Sir Richard Kelson Bycroft, Bart., to be 2nd Lieut. West Kent (Queen’s Own). —The undermentioned officers are seconded for service with Imperial Yeomanry : —Capts. F. B. Mildma
February 24, 1900 - Army and Navy Gazette - London, London, England