Sunday 18th July 1915

It was a very fine day. Harold, Flo & children came here for lunch so with Mr Woods we were a large party. After dinner we all went to church in the Hall. I conducted the service, it took the form of a memorial service for the deaths of the six persons who belonged to this district or who passed many years of their early life here namely Mr Roderick Matheson, Mrs Kempt,  William John Birdsall, Angus Matheson, Herbert Henry Fordham, & Mrs Richard Clarke, formerly Miss Maud Fordham. There was a large congregation, the Dead March was played. Collection 13/5. As this would be the last time that the Anglican services would be held in this Hall I gave them an address hoping that the friendly relations that had always existed between the Presbyterians and the Anglicans would continue in the future. After church Mr Woods & I went to Mr James Greenwoods for tea.