D Coy [company] shelled in afternoon. No casualties. Otherwise quiet day.
Relieved R DUB FUS [Royal Dublin Fusiliers] in trenches near STEENBECQUE without incident.1 Coy [Company] Sherwood Foresters attached for instruction.
Coys [companies] washing at PONT NEIPPE. Quiet day.
Battalion rests. Quiet day.
Quiet day, no shelling, very little sniping. Relieved at night by 2nd R. DUB FUS [Royal Dublin Fusiliers] and Battalion marched to LA CRECHE.
Very quiet day. No shelling or sniping. 1 wounded.
“A” Coy [company] trenches shelled during morning. Snipers very active. During night patrol sent in to “No man’s land” but did not come in contact with enemy. 1 killed 4 wounded.
Sniping rather active all day. No shelling. Coy [Company] of Seaforths relieved our D Coy in right trench- D Coy relieved Argyles in reserve. 1 killed 1 wounded. We now how[?house or have] trenches facing MESSINES.
Battalion relieved D.C.L. [Duke of Cornwall Light Infantry] and MANCHESTER REGT in trenches at WULVERGHEM in evening. 1 Coy [Company] 7 Argyle & Suth [Sutherland] Highldrs in reserve at LA PLUS DOUVE FARM. 1 killed 2 wounded.