Western Mail, Thursday 28 December 1933, page 2
A SLIGHT MISTAKE.
While on sentry duty one day at Salisbury Camp an old man attracted Harry's attention. He was watching Harry and his fellow-sentry approaching one another, and then turning away in silence on the beat.
For nearly ten minutes he watched them intently, then, yielding to a kindly instinct, he stepped up to the pair as they met once more, and, clutching each by the arm said, "Come, my lads, why don't you two make it up and be friends?”