Some of the men that enlisted into the 3/6th Battalion
The training of the above unit during the present week has comprised the usual field drills, and there have been occasional route marches of three or four hours duration. The weather has been ideal for the exercises carried out, and it is only hoped that there will not be a break for some time. The principal feature of the week’s programme, of course, was the general inspection on Tuesday, the details will be found in a separate paragraph.
“Capt. R Saxby and Second-Lieut. A. H. Goodall, both of whom were wounded while serving with the 1 6 Battalion in Flanders, have joined the unit this week. The post of Regimental-Sergt.- Major has not yet bee filled, and the duties are temporarily being carried out by Company-Sergt.-Major J. Platts.”