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DETAIL, with the Cost (in accordance with note on page 1) of Work performed on

SEMI-MANUFACTUREs:—ARMY.

D E S C R IPT I O N. Cost. VOTE 9:— £. s. d. ARMAMENTS - - - - - - - - - - - - 119,527 7 ll FIELD AIRTILLERY - - - - - - - - 149,446 2 – CORDITE, GUNPOWDER, &c. - - - - - - 18,529 8 2 PROJECTILES - - - - - - - - - - - 34,084 7 3 GUN CARTRIDGES, FUZES, AND TUBES - - - - - 73,471 6 1 SMALL ARM AND MACHINE GUN AMMUNITION - - - 7,564 – 1 RIFILES AND BAYONETS - - - - - - - - - - 64,894 13 2. SPARE PARTS, REPAIRS, &c. - - - - - - - 6,151 12 8 TRANSPORT VEHICLES - - - - - - - - 21,810 7 7 MISCELLANEOUS ORDNANCE STORES - - - - - - 9,967 5 7 SUBMARINE MINING AND ELECTRIC LIGHT - - - - - 3,144 11 7 BRENNAN TORPEDOES, &c. - - - - - - - - - 27 19 4 SPECIAL ENGINEER STORES - - - - - - - 246 5 6 VOTE 8:— BARRACK, HOSPITAL, AND PRISON STORES 268 10 3 HARNESS AND SADDLERY - - - - - - - 152 3 9 CAMP EQUIPAGE - - - - - - - - 239 7 3 MISCELLANEOUS STORES AND SERVICES - - - - - 1,128 10 5 VOTE 6:— RAILWAY STORES - - - - - - - - 27 S 6 TOTAL - - £. 510,681 7 1 Includes for Special Colonial Orders:— DES C R IPTION. Canada. New Zealand. £. s. d £. s. d. ARMAMENTS - - - - - - - - - 2,844 8 – PROJECTILES - - - - - - - 2,698 15 5 Includes for “Proof and Experiments”:— DES C R IPTION. Cost. £. s. d. ARMAMENTS - - - - - - - - - - - - 5,942 12 4 FIELD ARTILLERY - - - - - - - - - - 66 8 S MISCELLANEOUS ORDNANCE STORES - - - - - - 5 15 . TOTAL - - £. 6,014 16 1

STATEMENT showing SERVICES

erformed on SPECIAL CANADIAN ORDERs in the several

FACTORIES, shown under PRODUCTIONs for the ARMY, 1905–1906.

Royal Royal DESCRIPTION. No. Rate. Carriage. La., TOTAL. Department. ”oratory. ARMAMENTS. £. s. d. | Per £. s. d. 4... s. d. £. s. d. Sights, carriage, garrison, B.L. or Q.F., 6-inch, C.P. II. : Gear, correcting, sights, automatic - - sets 2 40 15 6 Each 81 l l — Automatic : Handles jamming, adjusting lever - - 2 – 10 5} 5 * 1 – 11 Screws, set, adjusting studs - - - 4 – – 5 3 * – l 8 Spindles, error of day drum - - 2 – 6 5% * > – 12 11 130 9 9 Studs, adjusting sight carrier - - 4 – 6 5; > * 1 5 11 Studs, axis, spring case - - - - 2 – 6 8} 23 – 13 5 Studs, hinge, cam - - - - - 2 5 8} x - – 11 5 Studs, lever adjusting cam- - - - 2 – 8 8} x 3 – 17 5 Sights, less error of day rings and drums - 2 21 17 64 x * 43 15 1 PROJECTILES. Plugs, fuze hole, special, Mark II. - - - - 24 3 4 8% 100 – 15 7 Shells, B.L., filled, common, lyddite, 5-inch howitzer, F.S., Mark IV. - - - - - - 1,434 2 5 75 Each 3,270 17 7 Filling projectiles (bags, bursters and primers, 7 drs., from Store except where otherwise stated): B.L., common : (b) 5-inch howitzer, F.S., Mark IV. lyddite 3,575 – 14 5; 22 2,589 13 8 6,426 10 2 Q.F., common : (b) 4.7-inch, Mark IV. lyddite - - - 950 – 9 2; 3 * 437 17 10 Q.F., shrapnel : (b) 4.7-inch, F.S., Mark IV. powder - - 2,397 - 7; ** 77 11 (b) Shells only from Store. Shot, Q.F., solid, 4.7-inch, Mark II. - - - 200 – 4 11; * * 49 14 6 GUN CARTRIDGES, FUZES, AND TUBES. Cartridges, Q.F. 47-inch, Marks I. to IV.” guns: Filled, 5-lbs. 7-ozs., cordite, size 20, with adapter, Mark V. - - - - - - || 4,500 || 1 5 14 ,, 5,646 10 8 || 5,646 10 8 TOTAL - - - 130 9 9 |12,073 – 10 | 12,203 10 7

STATEMENT showin

SERVICES performed on SPECIAL NEW ZEALAND ORDERs in the Royal

CARRIAGE DEPARTMENT, shown under PRODUCTIONs for the ARMY, 1905–1906. DESCRIPTION. No. Rate. Amount. ARMAMENTS. £. s. d Per £. s. d Gear, electric firing: Pistol grips, B.L. and Q.F. carriage, Mark III. - 3 11 16 9; Each 35 10 5 Connectors for ditto - - - - - - 6 4 l – -> 24 6 — Not required through change in pattern, dec. : Brackets, metal, right hand pistol grip, with fizing screws (less produce value, vide 70 Gen. No. 913) - - - - - - 3 - - * 17 7. TOTAL - - - 6l 14 –

Cost (in accordance with note on page 1) of Work

TOTAL. DES C R I PTION. No. Rate. Cost. ARMAMENTS : £. s. d. Per £. s. d. Adapters: for proof sleighs: 12 inch, B.L., 45 calibre (P. and E.) - - 2 595 18 3 Each |*|1,191 16 6 9.2-inch, B.L. (P. and E.) - - - - 2 607. 6 1 » ||1,214 12 2 9.2-inch, B.L. for Proof sleigh No. 18 (P. and E.) - - - - - - - 1 210 3 – y: § 210 3 – pump pipes, B. - - - - - - - 12 – 13 54 >> 8 1 3 pump pipes, C. - - - - - - - 6 – 7 1. -> 2 2 8 Arcs, traversing: No. 26, with plates, figure - - - sets 2 8 5 3} Set 16 10 7 No. 30: with plates, figure, - - - - sets 2 – l 9 || Degree 17 11 10 Pieces, figured portion, graduated from 260 degrees to 275 degrees - - - - 8 – 9 8; Each 3 17 11 No. 34, with plates figure - - - - sets 8 20 10 9} Set 164 6 4 Balls, special, steel, estal, carriage, naval, B.L. 6-inch, P., Mark III. - - - - - - 22 – 1 - | Each 1 3 9 13ands, elevating, removable: Carriage, garrison, W.C.P., and barbette, B.L. 6-inch : Pins, keep, for pivot - - - - - 2 – 2 4 xx – 4 8 Bars, carrying Maxim gun on tripod - 2 – 1 2. -> – 2 5 Bearings, footsteps, cone or elastic stand, socket, Q.F. 6-pr. - - - - - - - 4 1 2 11} * > 4 11 9 Bolts: forcing trunnion bearing, carriage, naval, B.L. 6 inch, P., Mark III. U.D. - - - - 2 – 8 24 » – 16 5 withdrawing and bridge, for removing bottom bearing, carriage, naval, B.L. 6-inch, P., Mark III. - - - - - - - 2 2 13 83 ,, 5 7 5 Boxes: belt, ammunition, Maxim : No. 2, Mark I. - - - - - - 109 – 10 —, xx 54 13 11 Springs, spiral - - - - - - 24 – – 24 » – 4 8 cleaning materials, 303-inch, Maxim carriages, “A” - - - - - - - - 4 – 2 2 » – 8 S obturating pads and discs, B.L. 6-inch, howitzer and Mks. IX, and X guns - - - - 5 – 13 —; >> 3 5 4 spare parts and implements: Q.F. 12-pr., 8 cwt. naval, Mark II. - - 8 3 – 3 * > 24 2 6 Q.F. Hotchkiss, 6-pr. land, Mark IV. (gauges, main spring, from store) - - - 2 2 11 4 xy 5 2 8

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