Here's a Magazine Lee Enfield Mk I issued to PAVG, which is stamped on the butt tang.
I came across a photo of Lee Enfields being issued to the unit [caption says Lee Metfords, but the term Lee Metford was used very loosely], and one of the slouch hat badge.
The past is not dead. In fact, it's not even past.
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The medal you illustrate is the Cape of Good Hope General Service medal; which bears the ribbon of the Queen's South Africa medal. Capt. Murrell is confirmed as a recipient of the GCHGSM bearing the clasp "Bechuanaland" on the medal roll. It is possible that Capt. Murrell also served during the Boer War. Unless another Forum member intervenes in the interim, I will have a look on PAVGs QSA medal roll later today.
Further to my previous, Capt. Murrell is on the QSA medal roll (WO100/264 page 2) for the Prince Alfred's Guards Mounted Infantry as entitled to clasps Cape Colony and Orange Free State on his medal. He would also have been entitled to both date Clasps (SA1901 and SA1902) as he does not feature on the Kings Medal for the PAVG.
Looking in "War Services of Officers of Colonial Forces", it is found that "Murrell, J.W." took part in operations in Cape Colony, Feb. 1900 to 31 May 1902.
If you wish to look up the Boer War services of PAVG on this site, go to the Main Menu panel at left , hit on unit information and take it from there. If you wish to learn more about the Bechuanaland expedition, go to Site Notices topic and there you will find Col. Dalgety's report on operations.