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Sunday, 13 May 2012

Diary Entry - 13th May, 1917

Walford: Sunday. Hoyland and self attend stables. The colonel had brought in a new scheme the previous day that Hoyland was to run an orderly officer daily to remain at the troughs during the hours of watering and see that the brigade watered properly. We started the routine in the usual way, senior battery taking the duty first. There was a large church parade at two thirty p.m. just outside the Mess and a good gathering of officers, including all the wagon line officers of the brigade.

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