Same magnificent weather calm, bright, warm. Started at 9.30 + cycled to Old Mill farm, Lewenshope, Muthag Street, Yair, Fairnilee Cottages, Sunderland Hall stables, Curror Street + Elmrow. After tea hurried message to Old Mill Farm, (Miss Turnbull, maniacal). But found D. [Dr David Graham, co-partner] at Mauldsheugh + he went while I returned via Curror etc. Meeting of [War Memorial] sub committee [illegible] all inspected the site at British Linen Bank + were unanimous. Jack + Scott Plummer are to interview the Bank in Edinburgh on Thursday. Wrote about rooms in Commercial Hotel, Glenluce1. Wrote A L McLean [?].
1 Glenluce near Newton Stewart, Wigtownshire [Dumfries and Galloway] where Dr Muir was planning a holiday, see also diary entry for 27 May 1919
[Source: Scottish Borders Archives & Local History Service SBA/657/22, Dr J S Muir of Selkirk, medical practitioner, journal for 1919]