THE ROYAL NAVY JUNE 1906

Miscellaneous and Special Service
FLAG OFFICER

Admiral Sir Hugo L. Pearson, KCB - Flag Officer, Sheerness
Surveying Service

EGERIA
- Commander Frederick C. Learmonth

GOLDFINCH
- Commander Frederic H. Walter

PENGUIN
- Captain Cortland H. Simpson

RAMBLER - at Hong Kong
- Commander Charles E. Monro

RESEARCH - on West Coast of England
- Captain Morris H. Smyth

SEALARK
- Commander Henry B. T. Somerville

TRITON - at Plymouth Sound
- Captain Willoughby P. Dawson

WATERWITCH - on China service
- Commander Robert W. Glennie



Special Service Ships

DRYAD - at Portsmouth (Naval School Ship)
- Captain Henry F. Oliver, MVO

ENDYMION - at Sheerness-Chatham
- Captain Ernest W. Grafton

FURIOUS - at Portsmouth
- Captain George W. Smith

GRAFTON - at Portsmouth (training ship)
- Captain Frederick C. A. Ogilvy

HARRIER - at Portsmouth (torpedo boat)
- Lieutenant Arthur B. A. Baker

HEARTY - with RADM Commanding Coast Guard & Reserves
- Chief Officer Richard C. J. Weales

THESEUS - at Devonport (Gunnery Training Cruiser)
- Captain Thomas L. Baraidiston

VIVID - at Devonport
- Staff Captain William Way, MVO

WILDFIRE - at Sheerness-Chatham - Flag of Admiral Pearson
- Commander Walter Lumsdeny


HM Yachts

ALBERTA
- Captain George A. Broad (Ret.), MVO

OSBORNE
- Captain Cuthbert G. Chapman, MVO

VICTORIA AND ALBERT
- Captain Colin R. Keppel, CB, DSO


Miscellaneous

ANDROMEDA - cruiser on passage home
- Captain Robert N. Ommanney

ENCHANTRESS  - Admiralty Yacht
- Captain Thomas D. L. Sheppard, MVO

FIREQUEEN
- Commander Sir Douglas E. R. Brownrigg, Bt.

HECLA - depot ship on passage home
- Captain Edward F. B. Charlton

IPHIGENIA - cruiser
- Commander Algernon W. Heneage, MVO

TERRIBLE - cruiser temporarily at home port
- Captain Henry H. Campbell, MVO
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