Wednesday 18th September 1918

It was a fine day, the wind has changed round to the SW and is drying up the ground,  I got more pea sticks from the barley paddock and finished sticking the Sweet Peas.  All of us went down to meet the steamer in the afternoon,  Willie took his butter and eggs down in the sulky.  Ernie Greenwood & his bride returned from their honeymoon.  Dave Glass also came bringing a prospective purchaser for his farm, they went up in the sulky to see it.  Dave had tea here.  There was a meeting of the Farmers Union in the evening, Mr Cooper the organizer was present.  None of us went.