Topic: BW - NSW - NSWIB
New South Wales Imperial Bushmen
This is an extract from the War Diary written by Major David Miller, Adjutant of the New South Wales Imperial Bushmen who arrived in the Mozambique port of Biera and then moved to Rhodesia as part of the journey for deployment in South Africa to see action in the Boer War.
10 July 1900 - Tuesday
Left camp at 7.15, marched to wagons 6 miles thence to Gwelo, arrived at noon, country generally veldt, rested horses for the afternoon. "A" and "B" Squadrons marched out of Gwelo this afternoon. Captain Waldron replenished stock of grain and effected exchange of some condemned meat.
The column arrived at Gwelo for their evening camp. Their condemned meat was exchanged and grain supplies were replenished.
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Citation: New South Wales Imperial Bushmen, War Diary, 10 July 1900