January 15 - Mr. Gilchrist at Maitland cashing order for Mr. Mosman and sundries
January 22 - Mr. Broughton arrived here from Sydney. Sent Laidlaw to Raymond Terrace with the boat for goods
January 27 - Mr. Mosman and Mr. James Gilchrist rode by Mr. Holme's property, crossed the falls and returned on the eastern side of the river
January 28 - Engaged all day branding calves
January 29 - Engaged all day branding calves
January 30 - Mr. Carmichael called to get a plough repaired which was granted. Received sundry goods form Sydney by the steamer Jane Williams
February 2 - Mr. Mosman left for Sydney by steamer from Raymond Terrace. Mr. Broughton returned from Dungog on his way to Sydney
February 5 - Shipped sundries to Sydney by Jane Williams. Mr. Kelso and McLeod here from Maitland
February 12 - Mr. W. Windeyer at breakfast, having come from Clarence town to meet his father. Captain Farmer's servant here from Sydney with horse
February 15 - Received letter from Mr. Mosman from Sydney directing me to send to Raymond Terrace for four bulls. Sent Laidlaw to Raymond Terrace with the boat for Mr. Mosman. Mr. Broughton and Colonel Snodgrass here from Dungog. Laidlaw and George at Raymond Terrace with the boat to meet Mr. Mosman but the steamer did not come in.
February 23 - Mr. McLean came here from Maitland
February 26 - Messrs. Windeyers here all night
March 1 - Captain Farmer here from Sydney. Mr. Mosman, Captain Farmer and James Gilchrist went to Maitland sales.
March 8 - Messrs G. and A. Mosman, Mr Alexander, Captain Farmer and Mr. Windeyer and Mr. Henderson returned from the Maitland sales and stayed the night. Branded horses purchased at Maitland sales. Mr. Alexander bought roan pony, Pedlar, and left with Mr. A. Mosman for Sydney
March 16 - Messrs McLean and Maister here from Maitland. Purchased all Mr. McLean's cattle at 3 pound per head.
Sold Mr. Caswell a second hand tanner for 13 to be taken out in cows at 5 pounds each