It was a fine day and the wind was not blowing quite so strong as yesterday. The Kawau left here at 7.30 this morning, I went down to see if Willie’s goods had come, as Willie took the horse down to the wharf after breakfast to haul them up, I also went down and got some sand and Willie brought it up. The remainder of the day I was digging, I finished digging the border down to the summer house, and took out the Dahlia roots.
In the evening I went down for the mail and attended the Library.
It was a fine day, the wind was blowing strong from the SW. I was digging in the front garden. Went down to the village in the afternoon. Willie also took the horse down expecting that the Kawau was going to leave AK at 11.30 this morning, instead of that she was to leave at 11.30 to night. Willie hauled up the remainder of my lime.
It was a fine day, and more sunshine than we have had the last few days.
Grace & Mrs Simpson went up to Mrs Hanbys to spend the day. After breakfast I went down to the village to get the mail, carried up some sand. When I came home I was working in the flower garden, I replanted a Verbena & a Scabious. Also took up and replanted a clump of Gladioli.
It was a fine day but very dull, I was digging up the long bed. In the afternoon I took Mrs Charlie Wyatt some pansy plants and she gave me some plants, after I got home I planted those she gave me namely 2 Pink Mallows, 6 Larkspurs, 2 Antirrhinum & 1 White Chrysanthemum. News came through today that the first expeditionary NZ force that left Wellington proceeded to Samoa and took it assisted by men of wars.
It was a fine day but very dull. Revd Perry (Presbyterian) held service in the morning, I attended. Afterwards I went to Mr Ja’ Greenwoods for lunch, in the afternoon Mr & Mrs G & I walked up the hill to see the new road through Arthur Greenwood’s land. We went to Arthur’s place for tea, on my way home I called into Mr Dunnings and had supper there.
Willie, Grace & Mrs Simpson went down to Charlie Wyatts for tea.
It was a fine day. After breakfast I went down to the village went into the Library & catalogued two magazines that came last night. Carried up some sand.
It was a very dull day. I was digging in the flower garden all day. I limed the strip of ground planted with the new roses.
It was a very fine day. Willie & I went down to the wharf after breakfast, we shifted some of the ground lime and put it into the old shed, the remainder of the lime that Mr Murray is getting from Te Kuiti was landed from the “Kawau” yesterday. Willie hauled up 4 bags of lime for me. I carried up a bag of sand.
The remainder of the day I was digging round the newly planted roses.
In the evening I went down for the mail & attended the Library.
In the afternoon Willie & Grace walked to Ti Point & they brought Mrs Simpson home.
It was a very fine day, I limed the diamond rose bed, also dug up the bed near the front door. Willie was planting the Lemon Trees in the farm orchard. I went down to the steamer, got my mail carried up some sand.
It was a very fine day, Willie & I went down to the wharf a bundle of Lemon trees which was on board the Kawau was only landed today, Willie Hauled it home, also two bags of ground lime for me. Mr Murray is getting 6 tons of ground lime from Te Kuiti and I am taking ½ ton. I carried up some sand.
Willena Neeley & Maggie McDevitt were here for dinner, I gave them some flower plants.
Willie was planting some of his trees. I dug up the diamond rose bed using bonedust & fowl manure. I used some of the lime on the freshly turned up ground.
I went to Willie Dunnings in the evening.