It was a very fine day. Wind S. I was pulling tea tree in the barley paddock in the morning. In the afternoon I sowed up the charcoal sacks for Willie, the kiln only turned out 29 sacks as a lot of wood was unburnt.
It was a beautiful day, wind S. Willie’s kiln has burnt out , he commenced taking it out. I was pulling tea tree both morning & afternoon. In evening went for mail & changed my books.
It was a very fine day and the ground is drying up nicely, wind S. I was pulling tea tree in the morning. Willie was watching his charcoal kiln. In the afternoon Grace and I went down to meet the steamer, Lily (Jack’s wife) came up, but she went round to stay with Jane.
It was a fine day, wind SW. I milked the cows in the morning for Willie as he was watching his charcoal kiln. I went down after breakfast so that Willie could come home and have his breakfast. In the afternoon I pulled tea tree in the barley paddock.
Jim Wyatt came to spend the evening.
It was a fine day, wind has got round to the SW. Willie lit his charcoal kiln. I was pulling tea tree.
There were several showers. I conducted service in the church in the afternoon, there were 16 present, Collection 6/6 .
It was fine in the morning. I was pulling tea tree in the barley paddock. In the afternoon it was very showery.
It was a fine day with a few slight showers. In the morning I was pulling tea tree in the barley paddock. In the afternoon I went down to the village, I was there when the steamer came in. I got the mail.
Empire Day, It was fine in the morning, but there was a long shower in the afternoon. I was pulling tea tree both morning and afternoon but had to come home on account of the rain. The steamer made a round trip to day coming in here first about 2 pm. Grace went down to get bread & got the mail. I got a letter from Lily saying that she was coming down next Wednesday.
It was Raymonds 3rd birth day. It was a fine day. No steamer to day, she is to leave Auckland tomorrow morning.
I was pulling tea tree the lower end of the barley paddock both morning & afternoon. Willie was working at his charcoal kiln.
Maggie Wyatt, Edith & Eyleen Torkington came in the afternoon and staid tea, Maggie went with us to the Mutual Improvement Society , the subject for debate was “Can a man get rich honestly?” Dan Kempt, Duncan Knaggs and I took the affirmative & Ernest Wyatt and Joe Torkington the negative, the meeting decided in favour of the negative.