Wednesday 9th September 1914

It was a very fine day and calm. I sowed seeds in the border of Blue Larkspur, transplanted 3 young Godetia seedlings, sowed in boxes seeds of Hunimannia, Yellow & Pink Antirrhinum & 4 varieties Wallflower & Scarlet Alonsoa.

In the afternoon went down to the steamer to get the mail, carried up a bag of sand. Dick Knaggs was leaving the Kawau to day and Jock McKinnon came on in his place as mate.