Another fine day: warm but with a cool N.W. breeze. No rain. Did a town list of 12 cycling + on to Newarkburn + Thirladean. Was called to Mrs Alexr Heatlie, Bridge Street at 2 + got her over at 10 minutes to 4 (a.m.)1. Got tea there. David [Graham, co-partner] had to go to Dryhope at night, Mrs Gray not being so well. Mrs Mackintosh + Helen went to the Picture House.
1 Christine Sharp Heatlie, born 3 hours 55 minutes p.m. 27 June 1919, at Bridge Street, Selkirk, daughter of Alexander Heatlie, wool sorter, and Mary Heatlie née Pringle, married 28 January 1910, at Selkirk
[Source: Scottish Borders Archives & Local History Service SBA/657/22, Dr J S Muir of Selkirk, medical practitioner, journal for 1919]