I'm too tired. I already finish many other jobs. Why do I do this without any payment??
the next morning
no, I am busy and I am late! Today, arrange my salary and clean my room. today, cook dinner faster than other days.
Do you need any breakfast?
She was born at 1829 in England and she married with William Henry Smith in 1865. When her husband became 62 years old, he died so she remarried with Captain William Crush Daldy.
it have to be fair. divide salary into half and paid fair way.
Both Amey Daldy and her husband were staunch Congregationalists, and their religious beliefs helped shape their egalitarian views.
I will work for equality of women and women's right!
She claimed that although women wanted the vote, they did not wish to enter Parliament.
Women won enfranchisement that year, and immediately before the November 1893 election she urged every woman to record her vote: 'Let not babies, the wash-tub, or even dinners prevent the women going.'
In April 1896 Amey Daldy represented the Auckland branch of the Women's Political League at the first convention of the National Council of Women of New Zealand at Christchurch. Thereafter she attended the sessions each year, and in 1898 she became president of the NCW. Her feminist opinions matched those of other leaders in the organisation in their boldness for that period.
Soon afterwards Amey Daldy suffered a stroke. Unable to speak or walk, she was confined to bed for 15 years until she died at Auckland aged 91 on 17 August 1920. She left legacies of £2,000 each to the New Zealand Congregational Ministers' Retiring Fund, the Salvation Army Rescue Fund, the Door of Hope Association, the Auckland YWCA, the NCW and the WCTU.