Wednesday, February 24, 1915
ABOUT nine, after I had a shave and cleaned up the rifle, we marched out with the Batt. to the range. We all expected to get a shot in to-day but were disappointed again. We brought two heliographs with us and about 11.30 the S.M. tried a new dodge for short distances. He pasted a ring of paper about an inch and a half wide around the mirror but it did not work much. We started back about 4.30 and arrived home here at 5.30pm. We had dinner and tea about half an hour between them. Jack Waterson was over tonight. I received nine letters this morning, two from Mim, 2 from Ess, 2 from Elsie, 1 from Frank, 1 Broadbent and 1 from mother.
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