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April 1917
1st We carried on with the same work to-day, but during the afternoon I received instructions to discontinue dismantling the huts & stack one, ready for transport, at the railway siding about two hundred yards away.
This morning to took a photo of Smith's grave & at night one of the lads in the C.R.E. office told me he had heard that George Hart had been sent back to Australia with mental trouble.
2nd This morning I got "an infantry" party of 50 & with 30 of them got the huts we had dismantled taken to the railway siding & stacked there. With The other 20 I got on cleaning up & making a few alterations at our old horse lines about half a mile away.

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