Lieutenant Bertie Lowing of the 4th Brigade, & Lieutenant Wills-Allen (unknown?), outside
a dugout above Shell Green & behind the 7th Battery's position, in October 1915.
[Courtesy of Australian War Memorial - G01356]
Wet and windy. Very miserable in the morning but in the afternoon it cleared up a little & I went to Ordnance but got wet coming back as it poured til about ted. Our trip to supply that night was not too pleasant.
[Courtesy of State Library of New South Wales - William Sparkes diary]
(Captain Alan Percy Crisp, temporary O/C 7th Battery)
The Battery did not fire.
(Major Francis Augustus Hughes, temporary O/C 3rd Field Artillery Brigade)
0930 Mule Convoy going North on KILID BAHR ROAD.
1045 Heavy Battery opened in direction of LONE PINE.
1130 Convoy of Mules this side of centre section of KILD BAHR ROAD.
1204 Party of Horsemen moving towards ALMOND GROVE on south side.
1350 Men drilling on OLD PARADE GROUND.
Very quiet on RIGHT FLANK to-day. Observation during afternoon very difficult owing to heavy conditions.