Monday 26th April 1915

It was a fine day, but the wind is blowing strong from NE. In the morning I went down to the beach and sieved some sand and carried it round to the wharf shed, carried some home. Mrs Rogers came to get me to fix up her Pension paper, she staid for lunch and I gave her some flower seeds, bulbs and plants.
Bowden Birdsall called to witness my signature.
Arthur Greenwood called in the evening to tell me about a meeting of the executive of the Ratepayers Association but I did not feel well enough to go.