§ COLONEL NOLAN
asked the Secretary of State for War, If he would direct 992 that soldiers of the Reserve, who hold situations in large towns, should be permitted to report themselves to some regiment or depot in those towns, and where it can be effected be allowed to go through drill and instruction at times which might make it possible for them to retain their present employments?
THE MARQUESS OF HARTINGTON
The men of the Army Reserve who may be called out will be required for service with their regiments. It will not, therefore, be practicable for them to retain other employment during the time of their Army service.