25th May 1917

At sea. I came on watch at 2-30 a.m. relieving Woods S. B. A.  The clock was put on half-an-hour so I have made the alteration in our watches.

Patient still complains of pain but gets to sleep again after a foment has been applied. Hope he is not going to be an appendix case requiring operation, especially if the weather turns rough.

G. Q’s this forenoon, had a rare time getting wounded from the main top and other places.

The M. O’s think our patient is suffering from pneumonia, and at present an operation is not necessary.

The sea has gradually got rough throughout the day and it is rather cold.

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