Thursday 12th September 1918

It was a fine day with the exception of a few slight showers.  The ladies entertained Mrs James Greenwood who with her husband are leaving the district,  it took the form of a morning tea laid on the stage the ladies provided most bountifully, and the table was nicely decorated with flowers.  On behalf of the company I expressed the sorrow of all present at their leaving and asked their acceptance of a silver mounted biscuit barrel.

Grace went down to the village in the afternoon and got the overland mail.