Monthly Archives: March 1917

31st March 1917

At Bermuda. This a.m. we had a good clean up and it was a treat to see the old place looking something more like it should do again. Of course, it will take a few days to remove the “trade-marks” … Continue reading

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30th March 1917

At Bermuda. Went to Hospital this a.m. with a case. The mail left today. Bermudian came from South and went on to New York. Rained suddenly and heavily this evening. The Donegal‘s concert party are giving a charity show at … Continue reading

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29th March 1917

At Bermuda. Still about the same routine, painters still making a mess, continual hammering everywhere by the “maties” and our own men at work. This afternoon I had a short respite from each din, and went ashore to play in … Continue reading

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28th March 1917

At Bermuda. The poor old Sick Bay is looking sickly with paint and general chaos, now that the painters are at work. They have some funny ideas about working, which causes frequent rows between them and we who have to … Continue reading

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27th March 1917

At Bermuda. Letters dated March 11th reached us from our friends at Kingston today. I should like you to read these messages they are so full of humour and splendidly put together. They wish us back again for they have … Continue reading

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26th March 1917

At Bermuda. The painters are in! The Sick Bay is to be painted for the third time in 16 months, for what reason I know not, but certainly not because it needed doing. The Admiralty Orders are that it is … Continue reading

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25th March 1917

At Bermuda. Owing to Captain being away for week-end with Mr. Cochran as guests of the C-in-C, no “Rounds” took place today. Morning Service was held but I did not attend. This afternoon it rained heavily. The weather now seems … Continue reading

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24th March 1917

At Bermuda. Went to Hospital with 2 cases this a.m. The yacht Warrior came alongside this morning for refitting, taking in stores, etc. Most of her original crew have left her, having returned to America. Mr. Cochran still remains and … Continue reading

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23rd March 1917

At Bermuda. Nothing of interest to report.

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22nd March 1917

At Bermuda. Munday S. B. A. had to go to the R. N. Hospital today for duty, in the place of a S. B. A. from the Antrim, that ship having left for Halifax. He will remain there during the … Continue reading

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