Item 03: Frank Valentine Weir letter diary, 1 January-31 December 1917 - Page 119

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Saturday 28 April 1917


Left Camp at 0530 i.e., 5.30 A.M. & patrolled NO-MANS-LAND got shelled but home without loss – by sundown – each man carrying a bit of Firewood from some HUTS & no doubt many Fleas.

Too cloudy to Helio.

I just overheard the following "If you want good Bully & milk look for an Australian brand it beats Argentine Yankee or any other, but the wrappers are not so gay.

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