Fine sunny day. Battalion marched at 9.15 am. To NEUVILLETTE and billeted.
Sunny day. Battalion marched off at 10 am. Via HENU, PAS, GRENAS to HALLOY and arrived 1pm. Rain in afternoon.
Got 2 Barrels English beer from Mondicourt. Drums played in camp. Enemy raided Salient causing considerable damage.
Beautiful sunny day. Enemy Artillery very active especially on SALIENT. – MOSTLY 5.9’S & Aerial Torpedoes. Relieved at night by 13th K.R.R. and Battalion marched to ST AMAND arriving 11pm.
Fine day. Enemy Aeroplane dropped 4 bombs on our trenches. Artillery on both sides fairly active. General LAMBTON & Bd. General WILDING came round the trenches.
Another fine day. Enemy Artillery not so active as formerly. Dark clear night.
Glorious day, quite hot. Enemy active all round. 4 Trench Mortars fell in Sector 84. Sniping active at night.
Fine warm sunny day. Enemy Artillery again very active. All front line trenches shelled & also Hd.Qrs – mostly with 5.9’s. Aircraft active. 2nd Lieut. BEAMISH slightly wounded. Enemy snipers & M. Guns very active all night. Dark night.
Fine warm day. Enemy artillery very active. Enemy registered on STONEYGATE TRENCH. 10 Aerial Torpedoes fired into SHELL ST & SALIENT SUPPORT. No damage. Aeroplanes active. Sniping & M Gun fire very active at night.
Warm sunny day. Enemy artillery active especially on “B”Coys front. Sniping very active at night. 100 4.9’s fired into BIENVILLERS to find our 4.7 Siege Battery, no direct hits.
Fine sunny warm day. At 6.15 am. A Enemy Aeroplane dropped 4 bombs on village, no damage 10 Enemy Field Gun Shells into NE corner of village. Battalion relieved 2nd R DUB FUS in trenches at night. “B” Coys Officers Kitchen hit by a shell, 1 man killed , 4 wounded.