ROUTINE ORDERS by Lieutenant-General Sir A.J. GODLEY, K.C.B., K.C.M.G.,
Commanding XXII Corps.
20 July 1918.
ADJUTANT & QUARTERMASTER GENERAL’S BRANCH.
1696. Military Medal.
Reference Corps Routine Order dated 2/6/18:-
For: – Royal Field Arty. No. 3167 Gnr. (A/L/Bdr) Murray, G.
-do- “ 135204 Sgt. Bands R.
Read: – Royal Field Arty. No 3167 Gnr (A/L/Bdr) Murray, T.
-do- “ 11804 Sgt. Hands R.
The following instructions have been receives from Fifth French Army:-
Large units, i.e. Divisions, transported in busses from one Army to another will invariably carry with them two days’ debussing rations. This measure is rendered necessary owing to the difficulty in rationing big units.
1698. BILLETING CERTIFICATES.
The instructions on A.B. 397 should be altered to read:-
“Duplicate Billeting Certificates, accompanied by Distribution Lists, to be forwarded to Central Requisition Office, British Army in the Field”.
Headlights on motor vehicles are forbidden north of the road MONTMIRAL –CHAMPAUHERT – HERGERES LES VERTUS.
D.A. & Q.M.G.
Bolted from vicinity of camp of H.Q. XXII Corps Mounted Troops, BROWN GELDING, No. 103, aged, 15.2, star, black points, branded (Z) on off hindquarters.
Information to O.C. XXII Corps Mounted Troops.
On the afternoon of 10th inst. at XXII Corps Race Meeting the property of Lieut. Brettal, 3rd Dragoon Guards:-
HOLT & Co. CHEQUE BOOK containing 2 cheques made payable to self but not backed, also a case containing photographs.
Information to A.P.M., 3rd Cavalry Division.