Item 01: Fred Harold Tomlins war diary, 21 August 1914 - 20 March 1915 - Page 114

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get a new bulb for his torch. I stayed in & wrote to George & Maggie. quite a pile of letters to-day. Stan received 14 & I got 8; they are letters that left Australia shortly after us & were sent on to England & have only just turned up. Bluey Williams got properly Blithered after tea, with his "cobba" Scotty the cook & came back to camp about 8 o'clock with a hole in his leg; it looks very much like a bayonet wound but may have been done with a knife. some of the lads bound it up & got him to bed

Fri 15th
Another batch of letters Stan received 6 & I got 4 more & were putting in every available moment reading to-day

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