Item 02: Fred Harold Tomlins war diary, 21 March-3 September 1915 - Page 54
Tue. 4th. Had another easy day. A good many of the roads here are lined on either side with mulberry trees, & we had dinner under some of these to-day. The Sqd. Sig. left the Regt. & we were signalling back to H.Q. from a mile away per Heliograph. We were under the Mulberry trees, but put most of the time amongst the branches & I had the biggest feed of mulberry I have ever had before. Returned to Camp early & Conway, Jeffries, & I had a good long run after tea & gave boxing a spell. There is a rumor out tonight that we are to leave here as infantry.