Tuesday 3rd April 1917

It was a very fine day. The men got up early had an early breakfast and started off mustering at daylight. After mustering the sheep Henry & Fred came home leaving Jack to bring the sheep in by himself. The remainder of the day they were picking the sheep. Fred rode down to Te Araroa to meet a young fellow named Pearson who arrived last night by the “Mako”. Fred brought him up here, but he is come to work for Jack.

Bristow carted the remainder of his wool away to day.