Wednesday (16th April 1919)

Most of the sea-sick have now recovered, and the decks are crowded and blocked by groups of gamblers.  We are beginning to settle down to our monotonous ship-board life.

There are just three out of the original 23rd Artillery aboard.  I wonder where all the rest are.

[Note – ‘23rd Artillery’ is a reference to the artillerymen who left New Zealand as part of the 23rd Reinforcements in April 1917]

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