Thursday 28th June 1917

It was a fine day. I was cutting firewood the other side of the hill both morning and afternoon. In the evening I went down for the mail. There were two meetings in the hall, the first of the Hall Committee at which it was decided to erect a galley to cost not more than £10. The second was a Patriotic meeting to consider the desirability of presenting the boys who went from this district with a gold medal each, this suggestion was negotiated and the Committee were requested to continue sending comforts to the boys.