Item 06: Fred Harold Tomlins war diary, 16 August-22 November 1916 - Page 122

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argument with the Orderly Officer (Otton) Lieut Guthrie (B Sqdn) &Reid told them I intended to have an understanding before afternoon stables, arrived back & put in a complaint which meant another argument which resulted in Head Qrs being allowed to file off early & water first always; Here we have a helio station which also acts as an observation post, & all messages from Geisi are sent by helio for practice, we are also in Communication with every station for miles around with 'phone; Patrols are always out in front during the night. We are guarding the flanks here & there is not much danger as a long dry stretch of Sand dunes are on our left, duty Sqdn stands to arms every morning

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