Monday 19th February 1917

It was very showery in the morning, but improved in the afternoon. Carpenter took the waggon with 8 bales of wool down to Te Araroa.

George Worthington took two horses down to Te Araroa after lunch to get shod. Henry took Jack Johnson to the back after lunch to show him where to fence. In the evening rode over to Jack’s place to help muster.

I weeded the Carrots and Red Beet.