At hospital as usual. In the X Ray Room. It was most interesting, we saw a man’s broken arm, a broken elbow, and a bullet lodged in the chest, and Lieutenant Jones’ wrist. Read a bit at night. Lieutenant Jones with us.
At hospital again, with Lieutenant Jones. Route march in the afternoon, about 10 miles. Enjoyed it. Got back something after 6 o’clock. Went to Inwoods’ at night and played the piano. Didn’t leave until late.
A parade as usual. Took larger party of 50 men to Wharncliffe Hospital with an officer, Lieutenant Fitzgerald.
Slept in guard room. At church in the morning. Very busy arranging new hospital party. Wrote some letters and went to Inwoods’ to tea. At church at night, and stayed to sacrament. Stayed at Inwoods’ to supper.
Parade in the morning and had a squad. Went into town in the afternoon. Bought some envelopes and a pencil and a Bible. Received letter from home and one from Charlie. Wrote in reply to each.
On Stable Picket at night. Saw Miss Inwood on the car.
At hospital as usual. The afternoon spent in picking out draft. Muil included; me left behind. At Inwoods’ again at night and at Miss Chapman’s brighter† room to a nice supper. Bade Goodbye to Muil at night.
At hospital as usual. Out with Muil at night. Came off Stable Guard at 6 o’clock. Went to Inwoods’ at night, but didn’t stay to supper. Bade a sort of farewell because we didn’t know who was going away tomorrow.
At hospital again as usual.
Went to Inwoods’ at night, but didn’t stay to supper. A rumour afloat about a party going to Salisbury Plain. On Stable Guard and slept in guard room. Wrote letter home.