Monday 15th February 1915

It rained last night after we went to bed but the sun to day soon dried it up.
In the morning I took up and re-planted a clump of Paper White Narcissus and got a lot of firewood.
In the afternoon I took up a clump of Bride Gladiolus and planted again half of them, then went down to the wharf when the Steamer came in, got the mail and carried up a bag of sand and a drapery parcel for Grace. Heard while I was down there that Mrs Ted Harper was confined of a daughter last Saturday, also that Mrs C. Gravatt’s baby boy died this afternoon. I went to see Mrs Gravatt in the evening.