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July 1917
11th The baths were open for the company this morning & those who were not on duty went down, but unfortunately there was no change of underclothing to be had. This afternoon I had to go & see the mayor of the town, for purpose to getting permission to fell about a dozen trees by the canal for piles.
Later I went around with the "Forrest Guardian" & marked the timber I wanted. A concert was held by the Div. Engrs. in the "Tivoli" to-night with great success. Medals were presented for the Bancourt Sports held some time ago.
12th I had eight men to cut down & trim the trees ready for piles to-day, & got about seven ready I also had three horses, & as soon as a log was cut, had it drawn to the river's edge to be

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