Same dull foggy weather but no actual rain. There apparently had been a sprinkling of snow in the early morning but there was nothing left at daylight but traces of slush on the pavements. I saw a town list of a doz. cases including the Hospital cycling + went on to Sunderland Hall + Ovenscloss returning by Sim & Co. + Kilncroft1. Put up some County accounts. Dav. [Dr David Graham] was at a Pension Board at Galashiels, Baptie driving him in the Swift as the Ford is still at Stow2.
1 Thomas Baptie (1860-1929); driver for Dr Muir; the car business is recorded in Dr Muir’s entries for 15th and 17th January
2 In 1892 Cheviot Mill at Riverside, Selkirk was let to Robert Sim and Robert S Muir who commenced trading as the Heather Mills Company
[Source: Scottish Borders Archives & Local History Service SBA/657/22, Dr J S Muir of Selkirk, medical practitioner, journal for 1919]