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Postby kerchi » Fri Jan 02, 2009 9:25 pm

The Whitehaven News, 7th September 1905

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3rd V. B. BORDER REGIMENT, "A" COMPANY. Orders for week ending 16th September, 1905. On Duty: C. Sergeant BEWLAY and Corporal M'HALE. Recruits,
1. Respectable young men desirous of joining the above Company should apply at the Armoury any evening between six and nine p.m.Company Parade,
2. Company parade on Wednesday evening  at 7:30 p.m., uniform. - T. BROWN, Lieut. for Captain.

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3rd VOL. BATT. BORDER REGIMENT, "E" COMPANY.

Orders for week ending Saturday, 16th September, 1905. On duty: Lance-Corporal F. STANFIELD.

1. The final stage for Captain DIXON's cup will take place on Saturday, 9th inst., commencing at 1 p.m. prompt.
2. Respectable young men desirous of joing the above Company should apply at the Armoury any evening between six and eight p.m. by applying at the Company Headquarters. No. 1. North-road, Egremont. - Signed George DIXON, Captain.

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3rd V. B. BORDER REGIMENT, "G" COMPANY.Orders for week ending 16th September, 1905. On duty Sergeant HUME and L-Coporal  DUNNE. Recruits training on Monday, Tuesday and Friday, at seven p.m. The final stage of Captain DIXON's challange cup will be shot under N. R. A. rules on Wednesday and Saturday. Shooting to commence at one p. m. Recruits desirous of joining the above Company should apply to the Sergeant Instructor any evening between six and eight p.m.

Source: Cumberland and Westmorland Newspaper Transcriptions
In memory of John Bardgett (15309 L/Cpl.), 11th Border Regiment who died 1st July 1916.

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