Friday 24th November 1916

It was a very fine day. Mr Phipps & the two Schneidermans were fencing at Pembertons. In the morning Jimmy Hayes to get some gear for the shearers that Jack had sent down there for him, in the afternoon he mustered some sheep in the sheep yard. The Maori shearers came here late in the pm, they are going to start tomorrow.

I was digging out sorrel between the Cabbages (Henderson’s succession) that I planted.

In the evening Carpenter arrived from Tokomaru with the wagon that Henry bought there. Jack came late in the evening to help muster tomorrow.