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Tuesday, 20 May 2008
Infantry parading at Pontville
Topic: Gen - St - Tas
I came across this pic of a group of infantry parading at Pontville Camp. This picture appeared in the Tasmanian Mail, 10 September 1914, p. 18.

There are quite a few things very noticable.

There is a lack of uniformity in the ranks. No "great coats off" or "on" here. It is almost a "come as you are" affair. Hats are either pinned or unpinned. In one instance, the fellow in the second row is wearing a "Gor Blimey" cap with a non regulation shirt without collar attached. The uniforms appear to be that of the militia rather than the later distinctive AIF uniforms.
Citation: Infantry parading at Pontville

Posted by Project Leader at 11:31 PM EADT
Updated: Wednesday, 18 June 2008 2:11 PM EADT
"Fall in", 93rd Derwent Infantry Regiment
Topic: Gen - St - Tas
While looking through the Tasmanian Mail, in the illustration section of the newspaper, I found this shot of a Bugler Sergeant with full panoply about to blow "Fall in" to all Taswegian men.

Here is the pic from the Tasmanian Mail, 20 August 1914, p 17:

Apart from a stirring pic, the two things that caught my eye. The first was the badge on the collar, a lion, which is the emblem of Tasmania. The shoulder title has the name "Derwent" which refers to the 93rd Derwent Infantry Regiment, Militia, one of three Tasmanian Militia Infantry Regiments.  

93rd Derwent Infantry Regiment's Headquarters was located in Hobart with the companies located in these specific areas:

"A" and "B" Companies - Hobart
"C" Company - Geeveston and Franklin
"D" Company - Glenochy
"E" Company - New Norfolk and Macquarie Plains
"F" Company - Lovett and Huonville

After the war the 93rd Derwent Infantry Regiment was renamed the 40th Derwent Infantry Regiment and later the 40th Battalion and 12/40 Battalion.

The other two Tasmanian regiments were:

  • 91st Tasmanian Infantry Regiment
  • 92nd Launceston Infantry Regiment

The 93rd Derwent Infantry Regiment  was mobilised at the outbreak of war and went into camp at Pontville. Their task was to secure the Hobart area from potential German threats.

Citation: "Fall in", 93rd Derwent Infantry Regiment 

Posted by Project Leader at 10:24 PM EADT
Updated: Wednesday, 18 June 2008 2:14 PM EADT
Changing the Guard - 86th Infantry Regiment
Topic: Gen - St - WA

Here is a series of pix taken by Mr EL Mitchel and published in the Western Mail, 14 August 1914, p. 27. 

The first pic shows a group of serious young men from the 86th  Infantry Regiment beginning their guard duty shift. They all look so earnest and keen to do the right thing without fail. It looks like their first chance to tackle the "Hun" with their best and cleanest uniforms on.

A couple comments.

The uniforms look like Militia and I strongly suspect the guards in this pic are from the 86th Infantry Regiment which was mobilised in the Fremantle area with the express purpose to ward off the expected German invasion from the secret German fleet lurking off the coast of Western Australia just waiting for an opportunity to pounce. This was the big scare that focused the minds of West Australians at the commencement of the war. As the days dragged onto weeks, months and finally years, it was realised that it was pure fantasy.

In the background lies the German freighter "Griefswald" which was seized at Fremantle at the commencement of hostilities. Below is a pic of the "Griefswald" tied up at Fremantle south wharf.

Personal Note: The wharf is instantly recognisable by any Fremantle visitor of the 60's - as kids, we used to go fishing off that very wharf - great for Perth Herring, whiting and trumpeter fish. The wharves remained unchanged until the advent of containerisation and live animal exports. It appears that nearby this wharf has arisen the E Shed Markets.

The guards in the above pictures came from the 86th Infantry Regiment's encampment at Fremantle Park where the formation was mobilised in early August 1914 for local defence activities. 

Fremantle Park was commonly used over the previous decade for various militia activities. As the war progressed, it was also employed as a regular transit camp for AIF members as they anticipated their imminent embarkation for overseas service. Today, it is located near the Fremantle Arts Centre and still remains the regular playing field for Christian Brothers College in Fremantle.
Citation: Changing the Guard - 86th Infantry Regiment

Posted by Project Leader at 6:08 PM EADT
Updated: Wednesday, 18 June 2008 2:16 PM EADT
9th LHR AIF War Diary, 20 May
Topic: AIF - 3B - 9 LHR

9th LHR, AIF

9th Light Horse Regiment

War Diary, 20 May

Pro Gloria et Honore - For Glory and Honour

Regimental March -  Marching Through Georgia



The following entries are extracted and transcribed from the 9th Light Horse Regiment War Diary, the originals of which are held by the Australian War Memorial. There are 366 entries on this site. Each day has entries as they occurred from 1914 to 1919. In addition to the 9th Light Horse Regiment War Diary, when appropriate, entries from the 3rd Light Horse Brigade War Diary and other regiments with the Brigade will also appear. Entries from the unit history, Darley, TH, With the Ninth Light Horse in the Great War, Adelaide, Hassell Press, 1924 will also appear from time to time. The aim is to give the broadest context to the story and allow the reader to follow the day to day activities of the regiment. If a relative happened to have served in the regiment during the Great War, then this provides a general framework in which the individual story may be told.


The Diary



Wednesday, May 20, 1914

See 4th Military District, South Australia for militia activities.


Thursday, May 20, 1915
9th Light Horse Regiment Location - Lemnos.
9th Light Horse Regiment War Diary - No entry.
3rd Light Horse Brigade War Diary - Brigade Strength at time of landing.
UnitOfficersOther RanksTotal
Brigade Headquarters52227
8th Light Horse Regiment24470494
9th Light Horse Regiment26476502
10th Light Horse Regiment25500525
Signal Troop13334
Field Ambulance56671
Brigade Train22325

Carew Reynell Diary - Lay in Lemnos Bay all day. Wonderful bay and picturesque surroundings, ie. rocky hills all round with gentle slopes coming down to water's edge studded with pretty little hamlets. Numbers of windmills for corn grinding are dotted all over the cultivated undulating slopes.

1500 Have just heard that we are to be towed back to Kape Tepe [about 50 miles] in small boats or go in torpedo boats tonight. This is to avoid submarines.

Our fellows reported to be just hanging on by the skin of the teeth and had a devil of a time yesterday.

The Turks brought a whole fresh Army Corps against them and it's a question whether they can hold their ground. Transports being hurried up to take them off in case of necessity. The 10th Regiment is into it today and we are here basking in the sun - apparently more bungling by the navy. Naval Staff works seems to be rotten.

We expected dinner the night before last to be our last meal on board and now heavens knows how long it will be before we get off.



Saturday, May 20, 1916
9th Light Horse Regiment Location - Roadhead Serapeum
9th Light Horse Regiment War Diary - No entry.



Sunday, May 20, 1917
9th Light Horse Regiment Location - El Fukhari
9th Light Horse Regiment War Diary - The Regiment moved out of bivouac at 0500 and with the remainder of the Brigade moved from El Fukhari to the beach south of Tel el Marakeb and bivouacked. All the men and horses swam; the water doing the horses a lot of good after the bad weather and constant stress of the last camp.
During the month the evacuations to the Field Ambulance mainly through septic sores, sore throat etc has been very heavy. The septic sores are mainly due to the lack of washing water, the dust and lack of good cooked food, it having been impossible to do Squadron cooking while on the move and digging at El Gamli.
During the period 20 April to date, 120 Other Ranks marched in from Moascar and 110 Other Ranks have been evacuated to Field Ambulance of whom 25 returned to the Regiment within one week from the date of evacuation.


Monday, May 20, 1918
9th Light Horse Regiment Location - Auja Bridgehead defences
9th Light Horse Regiment War Diary - Usual routine.



Tuesday, May 20, 1919

9th Light Horse Regiment Location - Tel el Kebir

9th Light Horse Regiment War Diary - Tod, Lieutenant PA; and, 19 Other Ranks patrolled to Moascar. Kildea, Lieutenant FJ; and, 35 Other Ranks proceeded to take over as guard for aerodrome at Abu Sueir. Aikman, Lieutenant GE; and 25 Other Ranks proceeded to take over as guard for aerodrome at El Rimal. Hannaford, Lieutenant E; and, party returned from Alexandria.


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Australian Light Horse Studies Centre, AIF War Diaries of the Great War, Site Transcription Policy


Further Reading:

9th Light Horse Regiment AIF

Bert Schramm Diary

9th Australian Light Horse Regiment, Roll of Honour 

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920


Citation: 9th LHR AIF War Diary, 20 May

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Monday, 26 July 2010 10:27 AM EADT
Monday, 19 May 2008
87th Battalion, B Area, 1914
Topic: Gen - St - WA

I came across this wonderful pic of the the officer Cadets of the 87th Battalion, B Area (Subiaco) 22nd Brigade, 5th Military District. The 87th Infantry Regiment was raised in outer Perth but during the reforms of 1912 the Regt was downgraded to a Battalion and used by the cadets to train future soldiers for the Milita.

They are so young and fresh with the world to look forward to as they posed for this picture which was taken in October 1914 at Bartletto Studio, Hay Street, Perth and published in the Western Mail, 30 October 1914 at p. 30.

The sitting men from left to right are:

2/Lt TV Taylor

Theodore Vallaney Taylor enlisted as a Lieutenant on 19 February 1915 in the 12th Infantry Battalion and finished service as a Captain in the 16th Infantry Battalion. He was wounded by shrapnell to the thigh on 26 May 1915. He was evacuated with neurasthimia 19 August 1915. Returned to Australia by Karoola, 30 October 1915. He was discharged as medically unfit for active service, 21 May 1916.


Capt FH Sherlock;

Lt EH Knight [Area Officer]

Lieutenant ETH Knight was appointed the senior officer on 16 August 1913 who along with Captain WR Annear from the Cottesloe based 87th Battalion, "A" Area, commanded the 87th Battalion. 

Lt G Stroud; 

Walter Gregory Stroud enlisted as a Lieutenant on 24 March 1915 and finished service as a Captain in the 28th Infantry Battalion. He arrived at Gallipoli on 4 September 1915. On 20 October 1915 he was evacuated to the 7th Field Ambulance with tonsolitis which developed into influenza which later was diagnosed as enteric fever. Returned to Australia by Karoola, 19 January 1916. He was discharged as medically unfit for active service, 17 November 1917. Prior to the war, he had been a Second Lieutenant with  "H" Company, 87th Battalion, Cadets, 1913-14; and, Lieutenant with "B" Company, 88th Infantry Regiment 1914-15.


Lt Kirkpatrick

The standing men from left to right are:

2/Lt G Mann

George Lionel Claude Mann who joined in July 1916 aged 19 and served in France with 4 DAC (35276)

2/Lt AH Jose;

2/Lt AF Gwynne

Andrew Flinders Gwynne joined in Jan 1917 aged 20 and fought in France with 43Bty 11 FAB (31187) and was wounded in April 1918 and DOW 9th April 1918.

2/Lt JW Franklyn;

John William Franklyn Second Lieutenant, enlisted on 10 February 1915 in the 11th Battalion, arriving at Gallipoli on 22 June 1915. He died of wounds on 6 August 1915 suffered during the attack on what would become Leane's Trench, on the spurs to the south of Lone Pine, and died aboard a hospital ship.


The extract from the 11th Infantry Battalion War Diary describing the action at Lone Pine led by John William Franklyn.


Additional information may be found at the site: Officers of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps Died at Gallipoli, 1915; an excellent website produced by Bryn Dolan. Here is the specific address:


Bryn Dolan has kindly provided the additional information about John William Franklyn at Comment 1:


Lt AT Williams;

2/Lt Seaton;

2/Lt AC Henville;

Archibald Clarence Henville enlisted on 9 September 1915, aged 19, with 1st Field Company Engineers, Service Number 590. He saw service at Anzac, France and Belgium.


2/Lt AJ Pate

Alfred James Pate enlisted on 17 February 1916 aged 19 and served with the 27th Infantry Battalion and 50th Infantry Battalion, Service Number 6277. He saw service in France and Belgium. He was wounded in action by shrapnel to his face at Broodeseinde Ridge during the Third Battle of Ypres. He returned to Australia on the Ascanius, leaving London on 14 January 1919.


Extract from 50th Infantry Battalion War Diary, 11 October 1917.


Regarding the picture, one can clearly see the "87" marked on their hats. The leather leggings are also a keen feature.

This is the last glimpse of the old order for these men. After this photograph was taken, life changed dramatically for all the men. Some never reached the end of the decade. The comfortable re-assurance in this picture was to disappear amidst the carnage and horror of the trenches.

[Thanks to Steve Becker and Bryn Dolan who provided additional information]

Citation: 87th Battalion, B Area, 1914


Posted by Project Leader at 8:00 PM EADT
Updated: Wednesday, 18 June 2008 2:08 PM EADT

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