1895.12.07 Sat. 7
Came from Sin-sia(新社) and the rain was quite heavy. On the way down the coast Japanese wished to see my passport. They were very civil however. When near Thau-siaN(頭城) a Chinese Band of music with converts met and escorted us to the chapel where we sang a hymn and crossed over to Ta-ma-ien.(打馬煙) In the eve. we had a large gathering.
1895.12.08 Sun. 8
We went to Toa-tek-ui (大竹圍) and spoek to a house full. Converts and heathen glad to see me back. Then on to Ki-lip-tan (奇立丹) and there some shed tears of joy. We went on to Bu-loan(武暖) and got a warm reception. Then to Sin-a-han (辛仔罕)and SaN-kiat-a-koe (三結仔街；宜蘭)where I extracted a few teeth. We spent the night at Tang-mng-thau (董門頭)and found that the people had scattered and only a few remained still a number from Pai-li (擺里)came and we had a nice meeting.
1895.12.09 Mon. 9
Rain all night and still pouring down visit Pai-li then in SaN-kiat-a-koe called on the Sub-prefect who received us kindly. At Sau-hut(掃笏) for dinner, and on to Ta-na-bi(打那美), Pi-thau(埤頭) and spent the night at Chin-chu-li-kan(珍珠理簡). Eveywhere Christian and non Christian welcomed us back.
1895.12.10 Tues. 10
Proceed to Tan-koe-soaN(冬瓜山) and halted at Ki-bu-lan (奇武蘭)for lunch and went to So-o.(蘇澳) There an Officer of the Japanese Garrison ( Mr. H. Hirayama 平山) met us in the street,shook hand and took us to his rooms. We could not get a boat as we expected and the Japanese Officer kindly consented to send soldiers with us if we could wait for another day. Having an appointment to meet Preachers at Ta-ma-ien .(打馬煙)on the 12th Inst. We started back for Lau-lau-a (流流仔) had spent the night there.
1895.12.11 Wed. 11
Came through Ka-le-a-oan(嘉禮宛), Pho-lo-sin-a-han(婆羅辛仔罕) and Ki-lip-pan奇立板) halted for dinner. Six Japanese came in just when at dinner, so we invited them to a meal. One said he was a Christian though not baptized. He is Constable or Police Officer at Ki-lek-kan.(奇力簡) One was a soldier from the So-o (蘇澳) Officer with a letter in English wishing to meet me somewhere to talk about the affairs here. We saw them fairly on the way and passed through Hoan-sia-thau(番社頭) on to Ta-ma-ien.(打馬煙). In the eve. I spoke on Formosa. Very cold.
1895.12.12 Thurs. 12
A cold morning. All met at Ta-ma-ien and we had a good eve. at worship.
1895.12.13 Fri. 13
Visited the Japanese Officer at Thau-siaN(頭城). He was very kind and treated us well. Sin-sia (新社) eve. chapel full. Kelung (基隆)
1895.12.14 Sat. 14
Came on to Kelung and in the eve. a Japanese Christian spoke to five more.