On Mrs. Brown’s lawn we played target croquet, bowls, and clock golf
July 9th. Went to Mrs. Brown’s house in Rathgar. I paid her many visits and she was awfully good to me all the time I was in Dublin. Both she and her two sons, both officers in France at the time of writing this, did everything they could to make wounded “Tommies” happy. She devoted all her time to this end and had soldiers to tea and took them Motor Car drives every day in the week. On her lawn we played target croquet, bowls, and clock golf and we always had our photoe taken during these visits.
July 10th. Went to Dalymount Park with Miss Renny-Taillyour to hear the Irish Horse Band.
There were about 100 soldiers there and we had our photos taken.
July 11th. Went to Findlaters Church and in the afternoon Captain Mann called for Bissell and I