Item 05: General William Holmes reports of operations and instructions for officers, 1914-1915 - Page 157
bivouacked & afterwards the seamen went to the wireless station. The M.G.S. sent at 2 a.m. a few men to assist the naval patrol that came up to carry back the wounded to the Headquarters. These returned to the guns in the morning along with 6 seamen told off to assist them in carrying the guns & came back to the Headquarters at 11 a.m. They afterwards followed the naval forces to the wharf & waited until they were taken on board the destroyer "Yarra" at 2.30 p.m. The destroyer steamed to Herbertshõhe at 5.30 p.m. & sent the Section ashore there.
[Signed] J. L. Harcus Capt