Item 02: Walter Bruce Rainsford diary, 1 January 1915-31 December 1915 - Page 135

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Apr. 27 Tue.
Did not wake up till 8.10 a.m. this morning – record – got no breakfast - got to work quick.
Nice day – Nothing much happened – about ½ doz. Patients left hospital to be returned to Australia; with them went ex–Capt. Gray, our Quartermaster who has been relieved of his commission in the A.I.F. & is to be tried in Sydney – The 3 men who were sentenced for "pack-store pinching" are also going back by the Suevic. – Sat out in the garden for a few minutes after tea; how quiet & peaceful everything is - one would hardly realise that there is a great war on. Received a parcel (the 2nd) to-day from Mother containing a pr. socks, chocolate, 2 books, & a washer.

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