1st Cumberland Royal Garrison Artillery Volunteers
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No. 1 COMPANY, WHITEHAVEN. - Orders for week ending sept. 26th, 1903: -
Tuesday, and Wednesday: Company and recruits' training at 7-30 p.m. Conditions
and date of Mr J.W. ARMSTRONG's competition may be seen at the Armoury. - By
order (Signed), J.W. PATTINSON, captain.
Nos. 5 AND 7 COMPANIES, WORKINGTON. Detail for week ending, 26th September,
1903. - Officers on duty - Lieut. F.W. IREDALE, Sergt. FOWLER, Sergt. SMITH;
Trumpt. PAISLEY. Parades for the week: Wednesday and Thursday, Company and
Recruits training at 8 p.m. Recruits: There are vacancies for smart young men.
Apply any evening. Repository: The Repository Detachment of No 5 Co.
(winners of the shield) will parade at the Drill Hall on Saturday first, September
19th, at 7-30 p.m., to receive the medals. Gun Layers: Instructions for all
members who intend qualifying for the above, every evening until further
orders. Examination early in October. - (Signed), J.R. DUDGEON, Captain, Commanding
Nos 5 and 7 Companies.
No. 3 COMPANY, MARYPORT. - Company Orders: Drills for week ending Saturday,
26th Sept, 1903: Wednesday, company and recruits' training at 7-45 p.m.
Duties: - Officers, Lieut A CRERAR; N C officers, Sergt W IRVING, Corpl B DOBSON,
Bomb A BOYD and Trumpt J E MYERS. There will be a general meeting of the
members of the company at 8 p.m. (punctual) on Thursday next, 24th inst, in the
orderly room for the purpose of approving or otherwise of "new corps rules"
previous to their being submitted to the Secretary of state for War. Every member
of the company is earnestly requested to attend this meeting. - By order
(signed), Alfred HINE, Captain commanding 3, 1st CRGA (Vols.)
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A COMPANY, WHITEHAVEN. - Orders for week ending Saturday, 26th Sept., 1903:
- On duty, Sergt.. BRAGG, Corpl. BURNYEAT, and Bugler McINTYRE. Company
parade on Saturday, 16th inst., at 2-30 p.m. to complete Table "B" and Part III
Musketry Regulations; dress, - uniform, drill order. Recruits' drill on Monday,
Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday at 7 p.m.; dress plain clothes. All drill will
be discontinued after 25th inst. Recruits may now be enrolled for the above
Company. Applicants should apply to Co.-Sergt.-Instr. MANN, or to any member
of the Company. Conditions of service can be seen at the Armoury. - By order
(Signed), A. C. SCOUTAR, captain, commanding A Company.
"HEADQUARTERS" COMPANIES. - Orders for the week ending Saturday, 26th
September, 1903: - On duty - Captain SOULSBY, Sergeant ROTHERY, Corporal BLACKBURN,
Bugler WALKER. Young men wishing to join the above companies should apply at
the Drill Hall any evening between 7 and 8-30 p.m. - By order (signed), A.D.
SOULSBY, captain commanding Headquarters Companies.
D COMPANY, COCKERMOUTH. - orders for week ending 26th September, 1903: -On
duty, Sergeant TICKLE, Corporal SWANSTON, and Bugler STAMPER. Section training
at Broughton is suspended until further orders. Recruits desirous of joining
the above company may give their names to the Instructor or to Sergeant
HAUGHEY for Broughton Section. All members who may have sight protectors,
pull-throughs, or oil bottles in their possession will please return them to the
Instructor at one. - By order, J. MAYSON, lieutenant, commanding D Company.
E COMPANY, EGREMONT. - Orders for the week ending Saturday, Sept. 26th, 1903:
On duty, Corpl. R.S. ELLBECK. Tuesday, instruction class for N.C.O's, at
7-30 p.m. Respectable young men desirous of joining the above Company should
apply to Colour-Sergt. ALLEN, at the Armoury, or to N.C.O's of the Company as
early as possible. By order (Signed), Geo. DIXON, captain commanding E Company.
F COMPANY, FRIZINGTON. - Orders for the week ending Saturday, september 26th,
1903: - On duty - Sergeant BRANTHWAITE, Lance-Corporal GIBSON, Bugler
ASHBRIDGE. Instruction class for promotion on Friday, 25th inst., at 6-30 p.m. The
second stage of Captain DIXON's challenge cup will be shot under N.R.A. rules
on Wednesday, 16th September, viz, 20 shots at 600 yards (in uniform as per
first stage); shooting to commence at 1 p.m. The following non-commissioned
officers and men will represent the company in the match with A Company,
Whitehaven, to be shot at Asby Range on Saturday, 19th inst: - Sergeant-Instructor
MATTHEWS, Sergeant BRANTHWAITE, Sergeant McVITIE, Sergeant DIXON, Corporal
RIDLEY, Privates R. ROUTLEDGE, S. WILLIAMSON, R. WILLIAMSON; reserves, BURNS,
WENMAN. Recruits may be enrolled at the Drill Hall, Frizington, any evening during
the week from 6 to 8 p.m. - By order (signed), W. MARLEY-CASS, second
lieutenant commanding G Company.
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