Friday 3rd November 1916

It was fine in the morning but it rained in the afternoon.

The ground was too wet to sow Onions so I weeded the Onion bed (Suttons) & forked sorrell round the gooseberries. Carpenter came in the evening from Te Araroa with a dray load of goods for this station. He also brought two men who came from Auckland for the other station. They staid here the night.