A day in the life of 'Jack Tar', on board the battleship HMS Nelson.
(Titles appear later in story - order of shots and titles is quite muddled; soundtrack is missing.)
Location of events unknown - at sea mostly!
Various shots of sailors on drill on board a battleship. The British Naval Ensign is hoisted as the men stand to attention. Good shots of sailors walking about, smoking, cleaning the deck. L/S of an approaching biplane. Sailors load guns on the ship. Biplanes fly overhead and drop bombs in the sea (exercise probably).
Full title appears: 'On Britain's biggest Battleship. - A day with Jack Tar.' (new title) 'HMS Nelson, 34,000 tons of steel and might!'
Various shots of HMS Nelson, anchored off the coast - location unknown.
Intertitle reads: '"Up in the morning early - " (very)'.
M/Ss of a sailor shaking hammocks to wake up others and sailors getting up and untying their hammocks.
Intertitle reads: "And early morning sees the ceremony of the hoisting of the Colours."
(The flag-hoisting section described above probably belongs here.)
Intertitle reads: "Just a few of the 1,500 officers and men of this mighty battleship."
(Section showing the men on board described above probably belongs here.)
Intertitle reads: "A mimic attack by Bombers and Torpedo 'planes -!"
(Section showing biplane bombers described above probably belongs here.)
Intertitle reads: "Further Naval pictures in next week's Pathetone Weekly."
(Followed by Pathetone end titles.)