I returned home in the pm. There was a very strong NE wind blowing.
It was a beautiful day. I went to Mr Whitakers in the afternoon, he showed me the curio’s that his son Charlie had sent from Palestine. Mrs D. Darroch & Mrs Wat Darroch were at Jims for tea.
A fine day. I was not well so did not go out anywhere. Jim went to cricket practice in the domain in the afternoon.
It was a very fine day. I went with the cream cart as far as Robert Williams, I took Mrs W some Dahlias & Rouvaidias, had dinner there and Mrs W drove in their sulky back to Jim Dunnings, Jim was away at Warkworth to a sale, but returned for tea, I staid the night.
It was a fine day. I went down for the mail in the evening.
It was a very fine day. Willie took the Box of Eggs down to the steamer in the sulky before breakfast. I finished digging the piece of ground the top side of the house. In the evening there was a meeting of the Mutual Improvement Society in the Hall. Mr A. Matheson presided. The subject for discussion was, “Should Dalmations be allowed to acquire land”
It was a very fine day. I was digging the top side of the house. Willie and Dave set fire to their kiln.
It was a very fine day. I was digging the top side of the house in the morning. In the afternoon I washed my clothes. Grace & Raymond went down to Mrs A. Dunnings in the pm. Mrs Knowles called in the evening.
It was a very fine day. Revd Gould (Presbyterian) held service in the Hall in the morning, there was a large congregation. Afterwards I went up to J. C. Wyatts to spend the day.
It was a very fine day. Dave carted their charcoal down to the wharf. In the morning I went down to the beach and sieved a lot of sand and carried 3 bags of it across to the wharf for Dave to cart up for me. The remainder of the day I was digging the top side of the house.