Wednesday 19th April 1916

It was a very fine day. I went across to Auckland in the morning, saw the “Kawau” off, sent down some papers by her, had lunch and then went to hear the address to workers on the wharf by Revd Mouckton, afterwards to hear the Bishop in the Chamber of Commerce, then I took the tram to Onehunga, called on my old friend Revd M Kirkbride but as he was in great trouble about his brother Edmond I did not stay but went on to Canon Haseldens, returned to the Shore.