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Vote 10.—WoRKS and BUILDINGs—continued.

G.—STAFF FOR ENGINEER SERVICES :

SALARIES, &c.

Numbers.
1906–07. 1907–08(a)
I 1 | Chief Surveyor - - -- - -
1 1 | Sanitary Engineer - - -
5 5 || Surveyors, 1st Class . - - -
3 3 Ditto ditto - - - -
16 16 Surveyors, 2nd Class - - - -
2 2 Ditto ditto - - -
(b) 29 (b) 29 Surveyors, Assistant - - - -
3 3 Ditto ditto -
2 2 | Surveyors, Temporary - - -
144 149 || Military Clerks and Draughtsmen -
20 14 Ditto ditto -
241 237 Military Foremen of Works- -
14 14 Ditto (Supernumerary) -
27 31 Ditto - - -
452 452
56 55 | Provided elsewhere.
508 507
14 4 Temporary Clerks of Works- -
22 12 | Pensioner Foremen of Works - -
16 10 | Temporary Civilian Foremen of Works-
62 53 | Temporary Civilian Draughtsmen -
188 201 || Temporary Surveyors' Clerks, and Temporary
Pensioner and Ex-soldier Clerks -
78 51 | Temporary Military Clerks and Draughtsmen
- - Staff for Engineer Services, Nerth China
Total, Works Staff -

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ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, 1907–08. 1906–07. £. £. Provided under Vote 13, Subhead A. "o" || 3114 3,540 3,1 Provided under various Votes. 7,262 7,463 Provided under various Votes. 9,407 9,033 (c) (c) 873 856 17,601 18,212 Provided under Military Works Loan. 31,686 32,284 Provided under Military Works Loan. 705 2,564 1,454 2,771 1,235 1,958 8,035 9,901 21, 186 19,380 1,620 2,546 1,000 1,560 104,607 111,642 2,443 2,850 6,557 6,983 150 | 7,658 2,804 362 || 125 - 33,017 12,106 957 9,982 || 7,541 7,606 496 Polo, '# Subect 2,328 . . 2,224 4,140 |Progo (a) 162,256 164,322 2,662 2,701 1,167 1,422 415 415 ... — 2,640 *"...o 1,500 500 4,744 8,678 167,000 173,000

y and distribution of this staff, is given in Appendix No. 12, pp. 202 to 205. ctor of Stores, War Office. (c) Two charged to Military Works Loan, and one lent to South African Constabulary.

Vote 10.-WoRKS and BUILDINGS-continued.

H.—INCIDENTAL, EXPENSES OF WAR DEPARTMENT LANDS :

Incidental expenses of lands providing revenue, including working ex-
penses of Sewage Farms, Aldershot and Sandhurst - -

J.-PERMANENT TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, AND SIGNAL STATIONS:

Working expenses - - - - - - - -

K.—MISCELLANEOUS ENGINEER SERVICES :

(1) Survey of defensive positions, and photographic services: work-
ing expenses, chemicals, and apparatus - - - - -

(2) Water Supply, &c. for temporary camps for Auxiliary Forces -
(3) Expenses connected with experiments and proof of ammunition, &c.

(4) Packing material and miscellaneous services performed for other
Departments, &c. -

ESTIMATE, ESTIMATE, 1907–08. 1906–07. | , £. 17,000 19,000 | 3,000 3,700 700 700 16,500 16,000 13,000 13,500 2,500 2,500 £. 32,700 32,700

L., M., and N.—PART I –NEW WORKS, &c., AMOUNTING TO 2,000l. EACH AND UPWARDS.

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| TO BE VOTED, 1907-08.

l Amount Probabl Further Tota rollable D E S C R I, P T I O N already Expendi. L M N Amount HOME Estimate Voted xpenal. F - - --- required or - ture to FortiCoMMANDS. for for it, 31 March "tions oo::ce | Bar- for W O R. K. including arc and o ildi racks. completing the Work. Re-V 1907. Artillery uildings, !--e-Votes. Ranges. &c. the Work. *::::::::: £. £. 4. £. £. £. £. - Instructional Railway at ) (a) Bordon :-Workshop, En- | 10,543 4,400 4,400 - - 2,570 3,573 gine Shed, earthwork, etc.) Wellington Lines:–Infan- try Barracks. Take to 2,000 - - - - 2,000 existing glazed roofs. | | - - --- - TOTAL, ALDERSHOT COMMAND - - - £. 4,570

(a) Estimate increased from 6,418l.

Vote 10.—WORKS and BUILDINGS-continued.

L., M., and N.—PART I.—NEW WORKs, &c., amounting to 2,000l. and upwards—continued.

Amount TO BE VOTED, 1907–08. Further Total already Proalle |-| Amount H. O. M. E D E S C R I PT I O N Estimate | voted | *P* L. - M. N. required CO M M A N D S. OF for for it, ture to fiot. Army for WO R. K. the Work. including 31 March and #. Barracks. completing Re-votes.| 1997. * &c. the Work. | | £. £. £. £. £. £. £. SOUTHERN Portland Breakwater — \ - ora COMMAND. repairs to foundations - J (a) 5,500 2,750 2,450 250 - - 50 Netheravon:—Cavalry School (b) 8,000 - 2,000 - - 6,000 || -Polo. nstallation of Electric H(c) 3,850 3,650 1,300 - 2,550 — — Lighting - -

Bulford Hut Barracks, “E,”
“F,” and “G” Lines:—
Replace earth by water 3,125 - - - - 1,000 2,125
closets and wooden by
slate urinals - - -

Gosport, Electric Light
3,637 - - -- - 2,000 1,637

School: –– Provision of
accommodation :- -

Reprovide accommodation}| 25,000 -- - – 10,000 15,000 destroyed by fire -

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ToTAL, SouTHERN COMMAND - - - - - £. 250 | 12,550 9,000

EASTERN
COMMAND.

generally — Reconstruct
roads and parades - -

Ch at ham :—D is trict
| 9,000 5,000 7,000 - - 1,188 812

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general stores- - -

3,500 4,000 1,200 - 720 -- 1,580

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Sheerness — Well Marsh
Pumping Station:—Re-
pair and improvement of 4,000 4,000 3,750 - - 250 -
wells and pumping ma- |
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Sheerness: — Dredging o } (e) 3,000 500 - - - 500

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Vote 10.—WORKS and BUILDINGS-continued.

L., M., and N.—PART I.-NEW WORKs, &c., amounting to 2,000l. and upwards—continued.

Amount TO BE VOTED, 1907–08. Further Probable —TTotal alread Amount DEsc RIPTION y - H O ME Estimate | voted | *P* o - M. N. required F - t to tiC O M M A N D S. O for for it, so h ho Ord .ce |Barracks. for WORK. the Work. including arc an #. completing Revotes.| 1997. * &.” the Work. £. £. £. 5. £. £. £. IRISH Fort Camden –New water) COMMAND. supply - ..}| 2,000 || – - - - 1,000 | 1,000 Templemore :—Water supply. Provide necessary || 2,500 - - — — 500 2,000 mains for new - ..] ToTAL, IRISH COMMAND - - - - - £. — | – 1,500 WESTERN Trawsfynydd: Drainage and a) COMMAND. other works for prepara- : •) tion of practice grounds 22,270 11,000 10,650 - - 4,700 6,920. and camp - - TOTAL, WESTERN COMMAND - - £. - - 4,700 LONDON Tower of London :-Sani-\ DISTRICT. tary services - - -s (b)3,500 - - - - 3,500 TOTAL, LONDON DISTRICT - - £. - — 3,500 WOOLWICH Woolwich Dockyard : — ARSENAL, &c. Supply Reserve Depot— provide warehouse with || 12,176 16,000 || 10,006 - - 2,170 offices for Director of Supplies, &c. - - Woolwich Arsenal:—Shop)| : for painting projectiles - 26,000 || 11,000 || 10,000 - 2,000 - 14,000 Weedon : — Workshops —A/. stores and armouries ..) (c) 27,000, 41,440 25,000 || – 2,000 || – Woolwich Arsenal :—Provision of new bay at go) 11,880 3,000 3,040 - 8,000 - 840, Proof Butt - - Woolwich Arsenal:—Raise - height of river wall o (d) 2,360 590 -- - 590 providing curb - Weedon: — Extend receipt and issue store - o 4,400 | 1,000 | 1,000 || – 3,400 — Woolwich Dockyard : –) Erect shed to hold cases, barrels, &c., during inspec- 2,390 | 1,000 600 || – 1,790 || – tion - - - | Wharves: — Duplication o railway line between ||(e) 10,000 1,250 1,250 -- 1,250 - 2,500. wharves - - j T. Pier —Renew piles, o:) 12,000 || 3,000 || 3,000 — 2,000 — 7,000, ing and defective timbers 2 > > l

(a) Estimate increased from 16,220.

(b) Office of Works execute the work.

(d) Half cost borne by Ordnance Factory Vote, quarter cost borne by Admiralty.

(c) Estimate increased from 25,380l. (e) Half cost borne by Admiralty.

Vote 10.-WoRKS and BUILDINGs—continued. L., M., and N—Part I.-New Works, &c., amounting to 2,000l. and upwards—continued. Amount TO BE VOTED, 1907–08. Further Total already probable Amount DES C R IPTION Estimate | Woted Expendi- L. M. N. required H O M E - ture to FortiC O M M A N D S. OF for for it, on loo. Battack for WO R. K. the Work. including 31 March and Qrdnance|Barracks. completing Re-V 1907. Airy"'s "4". he W -Votes. Ranges. - t e Work. | £. £. £. £. £. £. 3. WOOLWICH Woolwich Arsenal -**) -— (a) — - – lowl. – ARSENAL., &c., guarding boundary e -”- woolwich Arsenal Pool vide certain services to F — (a) — - — 2,000 - reduce fire risk J. Woolwich Dockyard to: vide certain services to 36,670 - - - 2,000 - 34,670 reduce fire risk - - | Woolwich Dockyard:—Re- provision of empty pack- 6,100 - -- — 1,000 - 5,100 ing case store . Pimlico : — Provide addil - | tional electric light and 2,960 | – || – – 960 || – 2,000 power - - - - | TOTAL, WOOLWICH ARSENAL., &c. - - £. — 28,490 2,170 WA\tioUs HOME Adapting defences to modern) STATIONS- requirements - - -] (a) - (b)50,000 - Central Armourers' Shops - (c)10,500 10,000 || 5,500 - 2,000 - 3,000 U - (b) pkeep of rifle **) - - - - - 10,500 appliances - - - - > * .." . ") 2000 10000|| 10,000 || – — (b) 5,000 || 4,000 to los " ") so so, i200 – - 3,000 | 1,000 Military Prisons – Additional accommodation and H 92,900 67,400 69,000 - — (b) 1,000 || 22,400 improvements - ..] Improve and add to existing) - married quarters - -J 95,000 || 30,300 30,000 (b) 9,000 || 54,000 Improve Sewage Disposal in -- Thames and Medway !) 7,000 || 3,500 2,100 1,500 || 3,400 Additional accommodation for Artillery Vehicles - consequent on re-arma- (a) - - - 6,000 ment - - - ToTAL, VARIOUS STATIONs, HOME £. 50,000 2,000 || 36,000 ToTAL PART I., HoME STATIONs £. 50,250 || 48,760 | 69,608

(a) Total estimate under consideration.
(c) Estimate reduced from 16,000l.

(b) See also under “Colonial.”
(d) Estimate increased frcum 15,000l.

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