It was a fine day, ‘tho dull, wind still blowing strong from N. After breakfast I walked to R. Williams place, found they had a sick house, staid for dinner and had a look round Mrs Williams flower plants , she gave me some small plants to bring home. On my way back to Jims I called up at W. Darroch’s had afternoon tea there, met Mrs Wilma Knaggs & Mrs B. Birdsall there, returned to Jim’s and staid the night.
It was a fine day ‘tho dull, wind blowing strong from N.
In the morning I walked over to Jim’s place, arrived there just before dinner, Joe & Alma Torkington came in the afternoon & staid tea.
It was a fine day, but rather dull in the afternoon, I went down for the mail in the morning, called in at Mr A. Dunnings to see the war news. Nell Davey sent me some carnation slips which I planted in the farm orchard in the afternoon, I sowed a row of Canadian Wonder beans the top side of house. Willie, Grace & Mrs Simpson drove down to Goat Island beach in the afternoon.
It was a fine day, but the wind was blowing cold & strong from S. Willie was ploughing in the new garden. I dug up the piece of ground round the rubbish heap.
It was a fine day, but the wind was blowing strong from the S. In the morning I went down to the barley paddock & cut pea and bean sticks, and carried them & firewood home.
In the afternoon I was digging the piece of ground below the arch. In the evening I went down for the mail, Willie took the butter & eggs down to the wharf in the morning and brought up 3 bags of sand for me, in the afternoon he was ploughing in the new garden.
It was fine in the morning, I planted out 8 Canditufts near the Azalia tree also dug up again the long bed.
It came on to rain in the afternoon, I went down to the steamer and got the mail. Willie finished ploughing between the trees in the orchard.
It was a fine day after the rain. Mrs Simpson came home, she brought the mail. I got the seeds from W. Abraham of Parnell and sowed in shallow boxes the following. Dwarf Antirrhinum, Miniture Sulaflower, Peaony & Collorette Dahlia, 10 Week Stock, Phlox Drummondi, Early Aster, Centauria Imperalis, Verbana, Also Early Drumhead Cabbage. And planted out near the summer house 8 Pansies, 9 Canditufts.
It was fine in the morning ‘tho dull and threatening.
I went down to the barley paddock & cut & brought home some pea sticks, firewood and kindling wood.
Willie was ploughing in the orchard . It came on to rain in the afternoon, I made two shallow boxes to sow seeds in.
Mrs Simpson went down to A. Dunnings & staid the night.
It was fine in the morning, but there was a cold wind blowing, in the pm came over dull.
Revd Gould held service in the Hall in the morning, I attended.
It was a fine day, but dull and cold. Willie was ploughing in the orchard, I was working in the garden, dug round the sweet peas, cut all the grass and weeds the top side of the house, got firewood.
In the evening I went to a meeting of the Ratepayers Association.