Intermittent shelling all day. Quiet all round. No casualties.
Intermittent shelling all day. Rain in the evening. 1 man slightly wounded.
Relieved R.Dublin Fusiliers in the trenches at 11 pm. Quiet relief.
Fine day. Major General Wilson presented D.C.M. to No.9723 Sgt Milner at 2.30 pm.
Fine day. Corps training.
Fine day Coys [companies] do drill.
Fine day. Rest & cleaning up. Major General Wilson visited Billets
Day of rest. Lieut G.Crawford-Wood proceeded to England to join Welch [sic] Guards.[Note.The Welsh Guards were raised in February 1915]
Heavy German Mortars opened on B Coy with effect, & fired 11 Bombs. Heavy Artillery fire on our right at 7.30 pm on TURCO FARM, in front of 16th Brigade. Battalion relieved at 9.30 pm by 2nd R.Dublin Fus. & Battalion marched to Billets at A 16 Central arriving 3.30 am. 1 man killed 3 wounded.
Very quiet day, a good deal of sniping at night, probably due to our bombing parties. 1 man wounded.