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THE VOLUNTEERS 3RD V.B. (R.W.5F. The OfficerCommanding, in ibis battalion or. ders, expresses his gratification, at the conxpli- mentary remarks made by the General Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Northern Command, ■ with reference to t'he schemes done by Major H. Jonesi-Roberts, Capt. John Evans, and 2nd Lieut. Dar.bishire in connection with the re- gimental tour held under the direction of the Commander, Mersey Coast Defences, in Febru- ary last at tMetnai Bridge. The G.O.C.-in- Chief, Northern Command, considered them of such merits that he sent them to the War Office, where the good work done was much appreciated. The Commander of the Mersey Coast Defences intends holding a stall tour ) in the neighbourhood of Amlwch and Point Lynas, which will be attended by officers and sergeants of the battalion. Measures to be taken in case of a hostile landing in that neigh- bourhood will then be considered. The mus- ketry course of the battalion for 1906 resulted; in "E" Company (Conway) being the best shooting compajiy. Sergt. John Jones, "R' Company is the best shot of the sergeants. O '[1- J. H. Williams, "B" Company (Porthmadog)., is the best shots of the corporals and privates, amd the following are the best shots of the companies :—"A" (Carna>rvon), Pte iR. E. Grif- fith; "B" (Portmadoc), Lance-Sergt R. V. Humphreys; "0" (Penygroes), Lance-Sergt C. Webber; "tD" (iLlanberis), Sergt. T. Toleman; "E" (Conway), Pte E. Roberts; "F" (Pen- maenmawr), Sergt H. Roberts; "H" (Holy- head) 'Pte W. F. Thomas; "I" (Pwllheli), Sergt'Jones "K" (Dolgelley), Lance-tSergt T. Jones-Williams. "A" Co. 3rd V.iB. R.W.F. During the last Volunteer year, 113 Volunteers of A Company made them- selves efficient, including officers and sergeants, who all earned the extra grant for proficiency. This shows a marked advance in numbers on the preceding years. The musketry resulta of the Company are equally satisfactory. It has been d'ecided to hold a weekly class for the instruction of the n<oftu-comimissioned officers in taclic.al subjects, semaphore signalling, and in the detail of drills. Arrangements have also been made for regular practice in Morris tuibe shooting, and, during the winter months, there will be a monthly prize list. The Company have this week received a complete new set of rifles. The brigade will go into camp next August at South Shore. (Blackpool. Tt is hoped that many recruits may be forthcoming during the next month, not only to augment the local Companry but as a response to the appeal made to the cou<ntrv by the 'Secretary of War. Details of parades for week ordnz 1st De- cember :—Tuesday, 8 p.m., non-commissioned officers' class, map reading and reports, sema- phore signalling; Wednesday, 8 p.m., recruits' drill; 'Friday, 8 p.m., Morris-t^ibe practice.' Any member being in -poosesion of bayonet No. 20 is requested to return it to the drill Hall I without delay. JOHN EVANS, Captain Commanding.

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