Saturday, November 28, 1914
Camp Salisbury Plain, West Down South
The Battalion War Diarist wrote for this day: “Rain. Church Parade” 
THIS DAY IN RMR HISTORY: Soldiers with time on their hands will always find something to amuse. When the 14th Battalion was overseas a humorist suggested suitable hymns for each incident of the day.
Reveille Christians, Awake!
First Parade Art thou weary, art thou languid?
Breakfast Meekly wait, and murmur not.
Sergt-Major’s Parade When he cometh, when he cometh!
Physical Training Here we suffer grief and pain.
Route March Onward Christian Soldiers!
Dinner Come ye thankful people, Come!
Rifle Drill Go, labour on!
Officer’s Lecture Tell us the old, old story.
Dismiss Praise God, from whom all blessings flow.
Tea What means this eager anxious throng?
Last Post Safely, safely gathered in.
Lights Out Peace, perfect peace. 
 War Diary, 14th Canadian Battalion, The Royal Montreal Regiment, Nov 28, 1914. Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa, http://data2.collectionscanada.ca/e/e044/e001089676.jpg
 Lt.-Col. F.S. Meighen, “A Brief Outline of the Story of the Canadian Grenadier Guards, and the First Months of The Royal Montreal Regiment in the Great War, told in an anthology of verse and prose.” Montreal, Montreal Gazette Printing Co., 1926