20th July 1917

At Devonport. Coaling commenced early this morning and continued until dinnertime. The ship was moved from the buoy down to No. 3 Jetty South Yard at 1-30 p.m. thus causing a further delay. The care and maintenance party joined this afternoon.

5 p.m. All the coal is in and as I have my liberty ticket I am going home for the 7 days leave.

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