There were several showers in the morning. I conducted service in the Church in the afternoon, 23 present. Collection 6/0. After Church I walked up with Willie Dunning and had tea there. Charlie Dunning who is off the “Kawau” on a holiday was also there. During the evening it poured with rain, after it was over I came home dry.
Willie, Grace & Ray went to Mrs Dunnings for tea and came home in that heavy rain.
There were several showers. In the morning I wrote a long letter to my son Henry, afterwards I took it down to post it and then went to Arch Dunnings where I had lunch, went down to the steamer which left here at 1pm, Roy Neeley went away by her. Afterward I called on Mr Gravatt and called in at the Church.
It was fine in the morning. In the morning I was cutting tea tree, I went down to the P.O. to get the mail and I banked £15.10.0. There was a very heavy shower and thunderstorm in the afternoon. There was a dance in the evening as a send off for Private Roy Neeley who is home on his final leave, Willie & Grace went, I staid at home to look after Raymond.
It was a fine day. In the morning Willie took the sulky down to the wharf and carted up fowl feed. In the morning I cut tea tree outside the fence near the big bridge. In the afternoon I was weeding the garden.
In the evening Willie paid me the rent of the farm & interest up to the end of last year, namely £10.15.0.
It was fine in the morning but showers in the afternoon & evening. In the morning I was cutting tea tree on the road near the big bridge, and in the afternoon I was cutting weeds in the garden. Willie and Dave were carting their charcoal down to the wharf.
It was a very fine day. In the morning I was cutting tea tree on the road outside our fence near the big bridge. In the afternoon I was cutting firewood the other side of the hill. Grace went fishing down to the wharf. It was Raymond’s 2nd birthday, Dorothy & Edith Torkington & Eyleen Torkington came in the evening to bring him some birthday presents.
It was a very fine day. I got firewood and was cutting tea tree outside the fence where Arthur Greenwood is ploughing.
It was blowing pretty strong and there were a few showers.
Revd Macdonald celebrated communion at 8 am. I attended, there were present 5 collection 4/- There was also service at 7pm which I also attended. Collection 8/4. Mc gave us a very good sermon.
It was a fine day.
In the afternoon I went down to the Church to fix up the lamps for the session tomorrow night. Revd Macdonald called late in the afternoon and had tea here.
It was a very fine day. In the morning I went down for the mail. Afterwards went to see Willie & Dave who have just lighted their charcoal pit also to see Arthur Greenwood ploughing. In the evening there was a welcome to Willie Knaggs who has returned from the war wounded, I attended, someone from nearly every house were there, the ladies provided a sumptuous supper. I played 500 on the stage, we spent a very pleasant evening.