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7TH MONTGOMERY AND MERIONETH BATTALIOW ROYAL WELSH FUSILIERS. REGIMENTAL ORDERS BY LIEUT.-COL. SIR W. L. NAPIER, BART, Commanding Headquarters, Newtown, 17th July, 1909. ENLISTMENTS. The undermentioned men having enlisted into the Territorial Force on the dates stated against their names, are taken on the strength ot the Battallion, posted to Companies, and allotted Regi- mental numbers as stated against their names :—B Company, Newtown, No. 516, E Garnett, 26th June, 1909; C Company Llanfair, No 517 J Davies, 30 6 09. RE-ENGAGEMENTS.—The Commanding Officer has been pleas-d to approve of No 145 Pte F R Jonea, B Company, having re-engaged to serve a further period of one year. ORDER CANCELLED.—The discharge of No 149 Pte E G Jones, B Company, as stated in para 5, Battalion Orders, dated the 2(5th June, 1909. is cancelled. The appointment of No 10S Pte J Baxter, B Company, as Lance-Corporal is cancelled. APFOITMENT.—The Commanding Officer has been pleased to approve of No 243 Pte E. Woolley, B Co., being appointed Lance-Corpl from the 1st June, 1909. ADVANCE PARTY.-The Advance Part-y for camp will leave on Wednesday, the 21st July, 19U9, as fonows :-Welshpool 9 10 a.m., Montgomery 9 24 a.m., Newtown 9 4G a.m., Llanidloes 10 30 am. Men from Dolgelley and Caersws will travel by ordinary trains at 7 15 and 9 46 a.m., raspectively, joining the through coach at Moat Lane. Men from Towyn and Mahynlleth will travel by ordinary trains leaving at 9 7 and 10 26 a.m., respectively, joining through coach at Builth Road. The Advance Party are due to arrive at Abergavenny about 3 55 p.m. CAMP —All N.C. Officers (except Sergeants) should bring enamel plates and mugs to camp. A. T. C. RUNDLE, Captain. Adjutant 7fch Bittalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers COMPANY ORDERS. B COMPANY. PARADES.—B Company, with the band and buglers, wi!l parade on Wednesday next, the 21st July, 1909, at 7 30 p.m. Dress Drill order, khaki, no bayonets to be worn. ENTRAINING.—The detachment at Newtown will parade at the Armoury Headquarters at 9 45 a.m. on Saturday, the 24th July, 1909, and march to the Railway Station to entrain for Camp. Dress as laid down in Battalion Camp Orders. KIT BACS.The kit bags of all members proceed- ing to camp must be taken to the Armoury between I the hours or 8 p.m. and 10 p.m on Friday, the 23rd July, 19'09. Each member must mark his bag dis- tinctly with his Regimental number, rank and naine. company and corp3. Unless this is done, they wilt not be taken in. h member mast bring to camp in his kit bag a change of clothing, one pair of service pattern boots, one pair of canvas shoes. tunic, blue trousers, blue cap, shaving material, boot and hair brushes, knife, fork, spoon, enamel plate and mug, soap and cleaning material. All N.C.O.'s will bring pocket book and pencil, and field glasses if in possession, and all mem- bers must have their hair cut before proceeding to camp. Signed, R. W. ARBUTHNOT, Captain, Commanding B Coy, 7th Batt., R.W. Fusiliers. C COMPANY. THE Company will parade at the Armoury at 8-30 a.m. on Saturday, 2 ith inst. Dress: Marching order, coats rolled on belt, no brown boots to be worn. Kit bags to be brought to the Armoury not later than 10 p.m. Friday, 23rd. No private bags or boxes will be taken. (Signed) W. J. CORBETT-WINDER, Capt., Commanding 0 Co.. 7t'i R W-P