Annie Rutherford Diary, 1895

Title

Annie Rutherford Diary, 1895

Date Created

January 1, 1895

Is Part Of

Annie Rutherford Diary Collection

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Scanned Manuscript

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THE

CANADIAN

POCKET DIARY

FOR

1895.

TORONTO:

PUBLISHED BY

THE BROWN BROS., Limited,

MANUFACTURING STATIONERS.

CALENDAR


{1895}

Dominion of Canada. SEAT OF GOVERNMENT-OTTAWA. GOVERNOR-GENERAL His Excellency the Right Hon. Sir John Campbell Hamilton Gordon, Earl of Aberdeen, &c., &c. GOVERNOR-GENERAL'S SECRETARY'S OFFICE (Eastern Block) Arthur J. L. Gordon, Esq., C.M.G., Secretary. Capt. B.C. Urquhart and Capt. C.P.W. Kindersley, A.D.C., R.M. Ferguson, Esq., David Erskine, and Hon. A.J. Majoribanks, extra A.D.C. Clerks,- C.J. Jones, Wm. Cambell, W.H. Walker, and A.F. Sladen.

CABINET MINISTERS OF THE DOMINION OF CANADA According to Precedence The Right Hon. Sir J.S.D. Thompson, K.C.M.G., Q.C., LL.D., P.C., Prime Minister of Justice. Hon. Mackenzie Bowell, Minister of Trade & Commerce. Hon. Sir A.P. Caron, K.C.M.G., Q.C., Postmaster-General. Hon. Sir John Carling, K.C.M.G., without portfolio. Hon. John Costigan, Secretary of State. Hon. Sir Frank Smith, K.C.M.G., without portfolio. Hon John Costigan, Secretary of State. Hon. Sir Frank Smith, K.C.M.G., without portfolio. Hon. Sir George E. Foster, D.C.L., Minister of Finance. Hon. Sir C.H. Tupper, K.C.M.G., LL.D., Q.C., Minister of Marine and Fisheries. Hon. J.G. Haggart, Minister of Railways and Canals. Hon. J.A. Ouimet, LL.B., Q.C., Minister of Public Works. Hon. J. C. Patterson, Minister of Militia and Defence. Hon. T.M. Daly, Q.C., Minister of Interior and Supt. General Indian Affairs. Hon. A.R. Angers, Q.C., Minister of Agriculture. Hon. W.B. Ives, Q.C., Pres. of the Queen's Privy Council.

CLERK OF THE QUEEN'S PRIVY COUNCIL AND DEPUTY GOVERNOR. John Joseph McGee Esq. Clerks.- S.E. St. Onge Chapleau, Clerk Crown in Chancery. Joseph Pope, Assistant Clerk of Privy Council. W.H. Lee, F.K. Bennetts and James G. Foley, Deputy Clerk of the Crown in Chancery.

SOLICITOR-GENERAL OF CANADA Hon. John J. Curran, Esq., Q.C., B.C.L., LL.D., M.P.

CONTROLLER OF INLAND REVENUE Hon. John F. Wood. Esq., Q.C., M.P.

CONTROLLER OF CUSTOMS Hon. N. Clarke Wallace, Esq., M.P.

HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR CANADA IN LONDON Hon. Sir C. Tupper, Bart., G.C.M.G., C.B., 17 Victoria St., London, S.W.

Eclipses, 1895.

In the year 1895 there will be five eclipses, three of the sun and two of the moon.

I.- A total eclipse of the moon, March 10th, visible in North and South America, beginning generally at 7.57 p.m., eastern standard time. II.- A partial eclipse of the sun, March 25th, the end visible at sunrise in part of Eastern Canada and the Maritime Provinces. III.- A partial eclipse of the sun, Aug. 20th, invisible in Canada. IV.- A total eclipse of the moon, Sept. 3rd, visible in North and South America, beginning generally at 9.48 p.m., eastern standard time. V.- A partial eclipse of the sun, Sept. 18th, invisible in Canda.

Morning and Evening Stars, 1895.

VENUS is an evening star to September 18th, afterwards a morning star. MARS is an evening star to October 11th, afterwards a morning star. JUPITER is an evening star to July 10th, afterwards a morning star. SATURN is a morning star to April 24th, an evening star to November 2nd, afterwards a morning star. MERCURY is a morning star about March 24th, July 22nd, and November 10th, and an evening star about February 9th, June 4th and October 1st. VENUS is brightest August 14th and October 26th. MARS not being in opposition during 1895, the satellites will not be visible. The satellites of JUPITER are not visible from June 12th to August 8th.

MEMORANDUM FROM 1894

Walter Veitch Leith

Wm Ross Leith

C. W. Cameron

January Tuesday 1 1895

Mr Thomason here in the evening

Cold

Wednesday 2

{scribble centred on this section}

Cold

Thursday 3

Mrs Harkens + Mrs Julian here

Stormy

January Friday 4 1895

Cold

Saturday 5

Mac in O.S. {Owen Sound}

Cold

Sunday 6

Fine day

January Monday 7 1895

Mac Thomas + I at Mr Crawfords

Beautiful day

Tuesday 8

Mac in O.S. Mrs Thomason here

Beautiful day

Wednesday 9

Mac at Mr W. M Keens in the evening Mae drawing wood

Beautiful day

Janurary THURSDAY 10 1895

Congregational meeting in the church Mac + M went wrote tp Grace minnie + Belle

Stormy

FRIDAY 11

I went to Leith in the morning Mac + M Finished srawing home the wood

Fine day

SATURDAY 12

Mac in O.S. Belle at Mr. Thomasons

Fine day

Januarary SUNDAY 13 1895

Mac + M rutherford at church

MONDAY 14

Mac in O.S. at F. S. meeting. bought 3 cattle from J. Moore for {5-200? sumdged}

Cold

TUESDAY 15

Jessie went to see Mary Seoth in the forenoon + she Thomas + Mac went to Mr W. Morris in the afternoon

Fine day

January WEDNESDAY 16 1895

Mac in O.S. with a load of hay. I was at the W. F ms meeting at {Gunnan?}

Stormy

THURSDAY 17

Mac in O.S. with a loaad of hay I was at Mr Thomasons for Tea

Beautiful day

Friday 18

Mac in O. S. with hay

Stormy

January SATURDAY 19 1895

mac + jessie in O. S.

Lovely day

== SUNDAY 20

mac jessie Mill M. + Thomas at church

Fine day

MONDAY 21

mac at mr Frasers

Raining

January TUESDAY 22 1895

Very Stormy

WEDNESDAY 23

mac + I at {Tothe Rinons?} wedding

Stormy

THURSDAY 24

mac at mr Elliotts

Cold

Janurary FRIDAY 25 1895

Mac in O.S.

Fine day

Saturday 26

Very Stormy

SUNDAY 27

no preaching

Very Stormy

January MONDAY 28 1895

Mr Thomason called

Very Stormy

TUESDAY 29

I wrote to Ellie

Stormy

WEDNESDAY 30

W. Harkens here for dinner

Stormy

January THURSDAY 31 1895

Put short clothes on Maggie. Mac went up to see Jessie Harkens Thomas + I went to see Mary Scott G. Hrigga's little girl buried

Cold

February FRIDAY 1

Mac in O.S. with hay G. Hrigga's little girl burned

Stormy

SATURDAY 2

Mac in O.S.

Stormy

February SUNDAY 3 1895

Cold

MONDAY 4

Mac in O.S.

Very cold

TUESDAY 5

Very cold

February WEDNESDAY 6 1895

Mac in O.S. with lambs. Jessie at Mr Thomasons

Very cold

THURSDAY 7

Cold

FRIDAY 8

Very cold

February SATURDAY 9 1895

Mac in O.S.

Cold

SUNDAY 10

Jessie Harkens died

Cold

MONDAY 11

Cold

February TUESDAY 12 1895

Mac helping to move the Mone's Jessie Harkens buried

Mild

WEDNESDAY 13

Ollie Cameron here

Fine day

Thursday 14

Mrs Thomason here

Beautiful day

Feburary FRIDAY 15 1895

Mac away with W Elliott

Fine day

Saturday 16

Mrs Earlie here Belle Yom + Belle Malcolm here M + Belle went home

Fine day

SUNDAY 17

Beautiful day

February MONDAY 18 1895

John Mobron came Mr + Mres Fraser called

Cold

TUESDAY 19

Mrs Veitch here John Mobron started to work

Fine day

WEDNESAY 20

Mac Thomas + I at Mrs W. Mikeens + Mr Thomason

Mild

February THURSDAY 21 1895

Very Stormy

FRIDAY 22

Mac in O.S.

Stormy

Saturday 23

Commenced the {zie?}

February SUNDAY 24 1895

{Scribbbles}

Stormy

MONDAY 25

Men drawing home lie

Mild

TUESDAY 23

Mac Thomas + I at Mr Harken's, Missionary meeting in the church in the evening

Beautiful day

February WEDNESDAY 27 1895

Mac at Mr {Rongh's?} sale

Beautiful day

THURSDAY 28

Mac went to O.S. for aload of saw dust Malcolm, Bob + Jessie Mr Gregor came down

Raining

March FRIDAY 1

Had Callers from Belle + Ellie Wrote to Ellie

Cold

March SATURDAY 2 1895

Mac in O.S. Mrs Thomason here for tea

Cold

SUNDAY 3

Stormy

Monday 4

Stormy

March TUESDAY 5 1895

Jessie at M Julian

{Scribbles}

Fine day

WEDNESDAY 6

Mac Thomas + I at Mr Gilions + Mr Henry's

Beautiful day

THURSDAY 7

I was at W. F. M. meeting Mac at M. Hornes sale

Fine day

March FRIDAY 8 1895

Preaching in the church Mr + Mrs H. Harkens here for tea

Fine day

SATURDAY 9

Mac in O.S.

Stormy

SUNDAY 10

Cold

March MONDAY 11 1895

Mac at Woodford for sawdust at O.S. in the afternoon

Cold

TUESDAY 12

Mac at woodford with W. {Scirbbles}

Fine day

WEDNESDAY

{Scribbles} Thomason {Scribbles} lister {scribble} little boy born

Cold

March THURSDAY 14 1895

Cold

FRIDAY 15

Mac at Woodford for lumber for R Henry

Fine day

SATURDAY 16

Mac + Jessie in OS Mres Sealt + Mary hare Tom + Minnie came down

Fine day

March SUNDAY 17 1895

Beautiful day

MONDAY 18

Tom + Minnie went home, Mac + John commenced to draw sawlogs to mill

Fine day

TUESDAY 19

Band concert

Beautiful day

March WEDNESDAY 20 1895

Mac at Mr Coopers + Mr Maynards Mrs Thoms here

Clear + cold

THURSDAY 21

{Lmlting?} at Mrs McNeils

Fine day

FRIDAY 22

John + Ma came down

Beautiful day

March SATURDAY 23 1895

Mac went to O.S.

Beautiful day

SUNDAY 24

Beautiful Day

MONDAY 25

Mac went to O.S. on the {iee?}, for seed grain

Fine

March TUESDAY 26 1896

Mr Henry called in the evening, {Anele?} John died

Snowing

WEDNESDAY 27

Mac went to O.S. with a load of hay Mre Gleiand came + Mrs Cames here

Fine day

Thursday 28

Mac in O.S with a load of hay Innis {Matherore?} here Maggie got her first tooth

Fine day

March FRIDAY 29 1895

Mac + I at Mr Maynards

Cold

SATURDAY 30

Mac in O.S. Mary Burr here

Fine day

SUNDAY 31

Fine day

April MONDAY 1 1895

Mrs Rutherford at Mr Thomasons + Mr. w. McKeens

Fine day

TUESDAY 2

Mac in O.S. with a load of hay. drove on the {iee?}, Mr T. here in the evening

Fine day

WEDNESDAY 3

Mac + I at Mr Thomason for tea, bought for cattle from C. Cameron for 95

Beautiful day

April THURSDAY 4 1895

Fine day

FRIDAY 5

Beautiful day

SATURDAY 6

Wrote to the two Minnies + Ellie

Raining

April SUNDAY 7 1895

Raining

MONDAY 8

G Ferguson came Louisa Thomson called

Very Wet

TUESDAY 9

Mac went to O.S. on the {iee?}

April WEDNESADAY 10 1895

Jessie at Mr Thomasons quilting

Fine day

THURSDAY 11

Mac + Andrew in O.S. with 3 cattle

Fine day

FRIDAY 12

John Bobron went home sick

Raining

April Saturday 13 1895

Mac helping to put the organ in the church

Raining

SUNDAY 14

Fine day

Monday 15

Fine day

April TUESDAY 16 1895

Minnie Moore here Andrew ploughing

Fine day

WEDNESDAY 17

Had Rick in the buggy for the first time

Beautiful day

THURSDAY 18

Mac at John Gibsons raising

Fine day

April FRIDAY 19 1895

Fine day

SATURDAY 20

Mac in O.S.

Fine day

SUNDAY 21

The {iei} went out of the bay I went to C. E. Miching in the first day for organ in church evening

Fine day

April MONDAY 22 1895

Grace came home from Africa

Fine day

TUESDAY 23

Mac at Mr Days + Elliotts Maggie clapper her hands for Grandma

Cold

Wednesday 24

Mac went to O.S. with hogs

Very windy

April THURSDAY 25 1895

Fine day

FRIDAY 26

Thomas walked to Leith for the first time Mary Burr here

Fine day

Saturday 27

Sowed peas H. Kennedy + son here for tea

Beautiful day

April SUNDAY 28 1895

Fine day

MONDAY 29

Had a letter from Belle

Beautiful day

TUESDAY 30

Beautiful day

May WEDNESDAY 1 1895

Susie Campbell called, Mac sold two cattle to H Kennedy for $70.00

Fine day

THURSDAY 2

Mac + I in O.S.

Beautiful day

Friday 3

Mr + Mrs Thomason here in the evening

Very warm

May SATURDAY 4 1895

Mac + Jessie in O.S.

Very warm

SUNDAY 5

Very warm

MONDAY 6

Finished seeding Thomas + I went to Me Thomasons in the evening

Very Warm

May TUESDAY 7 1895

Maggie commenced to {ereep}

Very warm

WEDNESDAY 8

Plumb blossom out, Men drawing home lumber

Fine day

THURSDAY 9

Fine day

May Friday 10 1895

Mac + Andrew in O.S.

Very warm

SATURDAY 11

Raining

SUNDAY 12

Showers of snow

May MONDAY 13 1895

Mac + O. Cameron in O.S.

Hard frost

Cold

TUESDAY 14

Mac went to see Quin Ross I called at Mr Veitchis in the evening

Cold

WEDNESADY 15

O. Cameron com-menced the pump hom frost

Fine day

THURSDAY 16 1895

Mac the children + I went out home

Beautiful day

FRIDAY 17

We came home from Sullivan

Fine day

SATURDAY 18

Mac in O.S.

May SUNDAY 19 1895

A heavy shower of snow

MONDAY 20

Hard frost

Fine day

TUESDAY 21

{entry erased}

Fine Day

May WEDNESDAY 22 1895

Mrs Heigh Rid died

Fine day

THURSDAY 23

Concert at Leith

Beautiful day

Friday 24

Beautiful day

May SATURDAY 25 1895

Mac at Mrs Reid's funeral. Jessie + Quin Ross called. Tom + Minnie brushed the sheep came {dorir} I finished home cleaning

Beautiful day

SUNDAY 26

Raining

MONDAY 27

Tom + Minnie went home

Wet

May TUESDAY 28 1895

Mac at Mr Hemp raining

Beautiful day

WEDNESDAY 29

Planted the potatoes + shore the sheep

THURSDAY 30

Mac + I in O.S. I called to see Ressie got my first ride with Dick

Very warm

May FRIDAY 31 1895

Very warm

June SATURDAY 1

Jessie at Mary Burrs for tea

Mac in O.S.

Put the cattle in the front

Very Warm

SUNDAY 2

Communion at Auman Jessie went

Very warm

June MONDAY 3 1895

I had sick headache was in bed all forenoon

Very warm

TUESDAY 4

Jessie at

Very warm

WEDNESDAY 5

Cool

June THURSDAY 6 1895

I was at the W. F. M. Meeting

Cool

FRIDAY 7

Mac + I in O.S.

Beautiful day

SATURDAY 8

George {Buzza's?} raining. Mac at Moores in the evening

Beautiful day

June SUNDAY 9 1895

Very Warm

MONDAY 10

Very warm

Tuesday 11

Mac in O.S. Jessie at Mr Thomasons for Tea

Very warm

June Wednesday 12 1895

Mac + I at Adam Morris rained in the afternoon

THURSDAY 13

Cool

Friday 14

Mrs Harken + him Gilyan here for tea him Mathison Minnie + Maggie called in the evening

Beautiful day

June SATURDAY 15 1895

Mac in O.S.

Cool

SUNDAY 16

Mr Anthony preacher from the lent "I am come that ye might have Gfe + that ye might have it more about aith"

Beautiful day

MONDAY 17

Very warm

July FRIDAY 12 1895

Ollie called

45*32 = 90 + 1350 = 1440 {equation done in long hand}

Very warm

SATURDAY 13

Mr + Mrs Hunter called Mac in OS

SUNDAY 14

Anthony preached

Very warm

July MONDAY 15 1895

Thomas + I went to Mr Thomasons. Jake + Andrew went to Mr Woods with six cattle, sold for $276.00

Raining

Tuesday 16

Mac in O.S.

1440*14.5 = 15840 + 720 {contines into Wednesday}

Fine day

WEDNESDAY 17

9/16560 = 184 {16560/9=1840}

July THURSDAY 18 1895

Maggie + I at Mr Thomason finished cutting the hay

Beautiful day

Friday 19

Henry Thomason called

Beautiful day

Saturday 20

July SUNDAY 21 1895

MONDAY 22

Bell's boy born

Cool

TUESDAY 23

I was at Mr Seoth

raining

July Wednesday 24 1895

Cool

Thursday 25

Cool

FRIDAY 26

Mac Thomas + I went to see Walter Reid + called to see T. Gibron + his wife

Cool

July SATURDAY 27 1895

Mac in O.S. Tom + Minnie came down

Fine day

SUNDAY 28

Warm

MONDAY 29

Mac in O.S.

Sister Grace's little boy born

Raining

July TUESDAY 30 1895

Mac went to Mr George Luthersons for his hogs

Cold

WEDNESDAY 31

Mac went to Sullivan

Cold

August THURSDAY 1

Mac came home little Mac came down with him

Cool

August FRIDAY 2 1895

Cool

SATURDAY 3

Mac + Jessie went to O.S. Mary Burr here for tea

Fine day

Sunday 4

Rob + Martha came down

Fine day

August MONDAY 5 1895

Commenced to cut the barley

Cool

TUESDAY 6

WEDNESDAY 7

August THURSDAY 8 1895

FRIDAY 9

{hnele?} Tom Mary Gin + {nnele?} Tom came down

Cool

SATURDAY 10

Maggie + I went home with {Nnele?} Tom Grace + little Mac went home

Very warm

August SUNDAY 11 1895

MONDAY 12

TUESDAY 13

Commenced to cut the peas

August WEDNESDAY 14 1895

We came home from Sullivan

Very warm

THRUSDAY 15

Finished taking in the barley A Cameron + Mrs Roy here in the evening Walter Reid died

Cool

FRIDAY 16

{entry erased}

August SATURDAY 17 1895

John Will Ranner man + Harold came down Mac at Walter Reids funeral

Cool

SUNDAY 18

Will here {a ehed m?} Leith church

Beautiful day

MONDAY 19

Will Ranner man gave a lecture in Leith church

August TUESDAY 20 1895

Cool

WEDNESDAY 21

Wile R went home

Fine day

THURSDAY 22

I called to see Andrew Seoth men finished pulling the peas

Cool

August FRIDAY 23 1895

Commenced to cut the oats

Very warm

SATURDAY 24

Tom + Ma came down

Fine day

SUNDAY 25

Very warm

August MONDAY 26 1895

Ma + I went to Mr Thomasons in the evening

Warm

TUESDAY 27

Tom + I went to O.S. Mac finished cutting the grain

Very warm

WEDNESDAY 28

Tom + Ma went home

Raining

August THURSDAY 29 1895

Mr McHuyie called

Cool

FRIDAY 30

Finished taking in the peas preaching in the Church

Fine day

SATURDAy 31

Mac in O.S.

Cool

September SUNDAY 1 1895

Cool

MONDAY 2

Cool

TUESDAY 3

Finished the Harvesting

Very warm

September WEDNESDAY 4 1895

Started to plough for fall wheat

Very warm

THURSDAY 5

Mac went to Galt

Very warm

FRIDAY 6

Very warm

September SATURDAY 7 1895

Mac came home from Galt

Fine day

SUNDAY 8

Maggie has four lieth

Warm

MONDAY 9

Mac went to Mr Cameron's for fall wheat + called to see Amelia Seoth Warm

Warm

September TUESDAY 10 1895

We went to Rob Harken's

Very warm

WEDNESDAY 11

Very Warm

THURSDAY 12

Mac + Jessie went to O.S.

Raining

September FRIDAY 13 1895

Jessie at Maynards Miss Mathron here for tea

Cool

SATURDAY 14

Jessie went to see Mary Reid

Cool

SUNDAY 15

Cool

September MONDAY 16 1895

Mac in O.S. with 4 pigs Andrew sowed the fall wheat

Cool

TUESDAY 17

Very warm

WEDNESDAY 18

Mac at O.S. show

Very warm

September THURSDAY 19 1895

Ellie + Annie McDonald came, Mr Fraser here for tea

Very warm

FRIDAY 20

We all went down to the shore Ellie went home

Very windy

SATURDAY 21

Very warm

September SUNDAY 22 1895

Very warm

MONDAY 23

Cool

TUESDAY 24

Mac + C Lemon went to Debrow show Jessie called to see Amelia Seoth Ada + Ida here on the evening

Beautiful day

October TUESDAY 1 1895

WEDNESDAY 2

Fine day

THRUSDAY 3

Tom came down for Minnie

Fine day

October FRIDAY 4 1895

Sydenham show

fine day

SATURDAY 5

Mac in O.S. for Rate

Mrs Seoth + Amelia called

Fine day

SUNDAY 6

245 / 2

111

October MONDAY 7 1895

a p e r m d

TUESDAY 8

We had the thrashing machine

Fine day

WEDNESDAY 9

Mac at O.S.

Fine day

October THURSDAY 10 1895

Mac at Kilsyth show Mrs Thomason went to Bay City

Fine day

FRIDAY 11

Jessie + Hate at Mrs Gilchrist

SATURDAY 12

Mac + I in O.S. I had a front tooth crowned

Cold

October SUNDAY 13 1895

Fine day

MONDAY 14

Cold

TUESDAY 15

Fine day

October WEDNESDAY 16 1895

Mac got 6 pigs from g. Grady for $5.00

Raining

THURSDAY 17

Mac + Andrew in O.S. with his cattle

Cold

FRIDAY 18

Mac in O.S.

Andrew finished pulling apples

Cold

October SATURDAY 19 1895

Snowing

SUNDAY 20

snow 7 inches deep

Cold

MONDAY 21

We moved the stoves

Fine day

October TUESDAY 22 1895

Fine day

WEDNESDAY 23

Mac + Andrew went to ploughing match

Fine day

THURSDAY 24

Commenced to pull the turnips I went to see Andrew Seoth

Fine day

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“Annie Rutherford Diary, 1895,” Rural Diary Archive, accessed August 25, 2019, https://ruraldiaries.lib.uoguelph.ca/transcribe/items/show/125.

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