It was a fine day. In the morning I went to call on Mrs Cogswell in Church St, she and her sisters are living together, and they seem cultivated & refined people. They gave me a lot of flower cuttings. In the afternoon I went across to town I took these cuttings in a tin down to the N. S. S. Office . Made several purchases & then returned to Devonport.
It was a fine day. I went over to Auckland in the pm. I went up a new street that is being made called Anzac Avenue, it used to be called Jermyn St, but has been widened and straightened, then I walked up and down each side of Krangahape Road and then returned to Devonport.
In the evening Mrs Petersen and Mr McMurtrie came and we played Euchie.
It was a very hot day. Went across to Auckland in the afternoon, took the car up to Cemetery Bridge and walked to the Domain gardens which are a blaze of colour, the glass houses are full of beautiful flowers & ferns, the Gloxinias were the finest I had seen and so many shades of colours. I met Mrs Rogers there and her daughters Mrs Blackburn and Mrs W. Savage and her son.
Mr Wallace and I went to the Pictures, the chief piece being ‘Man and his Soul ‘
It was a very fine day. In the morning I went to call on Mr McKiley in Albert Road and had a look round his garden, then I went to call on Mrs Sutherland, but she was not at home, but I had a long talk with her son Willie who has been invalided home from the war. In the afternoon I went across to town and to Mt Eden to Mr Grindrods, had tea there and had a look round his garden. Returned to Devonport, found Mr McMurtrie at Mr Wallaces who had dropped in for a chat.
It was a very fine day. In the morning I attended Trinity Church. Revd Hawkeswood (Curate) read prayers and preached. In the afternoon Mr Wallace & I went across to Auckland, and then took the boat to Birkenhead and visited Mr Wraggs gardens. In the evening I went with Mr W to the new Presbyterian Church. Ken and Tilley were at Mr Wallaces in the afternoon.
It rained early in the morning, but afterwards it turned out a fine day. In the morning I walked down to Hendersons to get a few things and in the afternoon I walked up to Ken’s place, had a look round his garden which is well kept, partook of afternoon tea, and returned to Mr Wallaces.
It was a showery day. Willie & I went across to Auckland in the morning, we had lunch at the tea rooms at the top of John Courts shop.
Willie left for home by the “Kawau” at 2 pm. I went down to see him off and then I returned to Devonport.
It was a fine day. Willie and I went over to Auckland in the morning and we had to meet Mr Meredith at his office and we went to the Court House where Willie’s appeal against Military service by the Military service Board, his case was adjourned Sine Die. I returned to Devonport for lunch, but Willie remained in Auckland to transact some business and returned to Devonport later in the pm.
It was a fine day. Willie and I went across to Auckland in the morning. Went up to see Mr Meredith the Lawyers and then we went along Kings drive and to Gillies Park, Parnell, had dinner in town and in the afternoon went to a matinee at the Tivoli Theatre.
It was showery in the morning, but it turned out a very hot day. Willie & I went across to Auckland in the morning. We had dinner in town and then we went to Point Erin Park, Ponsonby.
I got into conversation with the gardener and he gave me a white Fuchsia and some cuttings of a white Penstemon.