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Wednesday, January 27, 1915 (continued)
Mr. Murray, a topographer in the Survey Department, paid us a visit this afternoon. He has been to the Canal, and says that at Kantara there are 11,000 Turks and Bedouins. He also said that some of the New Zealand troops who had left for the front yesterday morning, had already been wounded in an encounter with the Turks at another part of the Canal. After tea the Reisners and Mr. Fisher left for Cairo to take the night express from Luxor on their way to the Sudan. Later in the afternoon Captain Bage came up to the camp in regard to the rifle ranges, and to make some arrangements for making them safer for our workmen.
I am to go over the works with him tomorrow morning.
Thursday, January 28, 1915
Captain Bage came up at 7 o’clock and we went over the works to see if they were in line with the ranges. We both agreed that it was quite improbable that any more ricochets would come over into the works. Later captain Grant came with a sentry who will be stationed during…
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