Clara Philp Diary, 1913

Title

Clara Philp Diary, 1913

Date Created

January 1, 1913

Is Part Of

Philp Family Diary Collection

Medium

Scanned Manuscript

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MEMORANDUM FROM 1912

JANUARY New Years Day (Dominion) WEDNESDAY 1 (1-364) 1913

Men did chores. Brock took load logs to town in forenoon. Bath at bush in afternoon. Olive and I took Mother to town in afternoon. Brock at concert at night. An ideal day. Beautiful sunshine and quite mild. Mr. Josh. Burrows called in forenoon.

JANUARY THURSDAY 2 (2-363) 1913

Men did chores and drew out manure, then cleaned up grain for chop. Olive and I up to McDonalds in afternoon not very bright but very mild. snow disappearing this afternoon.

FRIDAY 3 (3-362)

Father did chores. Brock took out a grist. Both picking over apples and sifted ashes. Father went to school-meeting at 4P.M. very disagreeable day. soft snow falling. Because windy and stormy at night.

SATURDAY 4 (4-361)

Men did chores. Father took cream-can down town and brought mother home. Hitched up colts, Martha and Wylie. very stormy all day. roads filling up.

Sunday. 5

Father and mother over to Week Loues for dinner. Lovely bright forenoon. wind went round to east. storming a little at night. {this entry is on a slip of paper over the place it should be}

TUESDAY 7 (7-358)

Men done chores. Father went to town with The MacIsaac in forenoon. Brought cut. of flour. very stormy morning cleared at noon. dull P.M. sleeting little after tea. raw east wind all day.

WEDNESDAY 8 (8-357)

Men drawing manure. Choring Rather snowy morning. Came out very bright after dinner. cold.

JANUARY MONDAY 6 (6-359) 1913

Men done chores. Bob Hagerty and Mr Millar here for tea. Olive and I over to see Hosheal after tea. Rained during night and frozen. Roads heavy.

TUESDAY 7 (7-358)

Men done chores. Father went to town with The MacIsaac in forenoon. Brought cut. of flour. very stormy morning cleared at noon. dull P.M. sleeting little after tea. raw east wind all day.

WEDNESDAY 8 (8-357)

Men drawing manure. Choring Rather snowy morning. Came out very bright after dinner. cold.

JANUARY THURSDAY 9 (9-356) 1913

Men did chores. Bob Hagarty and Millar here for dinner. Sold fine head cattle to Millar for $225.00, {0's are small - mean cents}and seven hogs to Hagarty for $2.2.00. {small 0's again} Brock delivered hogs to his place. Olive and 2 at town in afternoon. a beautiful sunny day. sharp.

FRIDAY 10 (10-355)

Father did chores. Brock took out grist on chop. Men cleaning pews in afternoon. Gio Tucker called Brock over to see Hosheal after tea. a beautiful day. milder towards evening. Dr. Giffen took Olive and I to a hockey match in Palmerston. Went up for tea. 10-6 favour of Drayton. splendid roads and an enjoyable time.

SATURDAY 11 (11-354)

Men done chores. Brock took cream-can to town. {hlrew?} three loads wood from bush in afternoon. Brock went to skate at night. very mild day. {day written on line below mild}

SUNDAY. 12.

Home all day. very stormy forenoon cleared in afternoon, much colder to-day. Dr. Giffen came over for an hour before tea, from Burrows.

TUESDAY 14 (14-351)

Men done chores, then drawing manure. Olive, Mother and I at town in afternoon. Beautiful, bright day.

WEDNESDAY 15 (15-350)

Men done chores. Brock went to town in forenoon. choring in P.M. Dull all day. Quite foggy and misty. not cold. Dr. Giffen came out for tea and we drove up to a dance in Palmerston. Had a nice time.

JANUARY MONDAY 13 (13-352) 1913

Men done chores. Harry came down. They loaded bull and drew him to Drayton. sold to Tucker 4000 {underlined 0's small} Father took $30000 {small 0's} up to Henry Heseltis in afternoon. Mother went along to Aunt Emma's. Hosheal here for tea. First time out in three weeks. Quite a nice day. old Mrs. Denonpart buried. 93 yrs

TUESDAY 14 (14-351)

Men done chores, then drawing manure. Olive, Mother and I at town in afternoon. Beautiful, bright day.

WEDNESDAY 15 (15-350)

Men done chores. Brock went to town in forenoon. choring in P.M. Dull all day. Quite foggy and misty. not cold. Dr. Giffen came out for tea and we drove up to a dance in Palmerston. Had a nice time.

JANUARY THURSDAY 16 (16-349) 1913

Men done chores in forenoon. Brock took out Chop in afternoon. C has Waler here for tea. Hilborn girls called this evening. Trouble on in school. Father over to MacIsaac's a dull foggy day. Thawing.

FRIDAY 17 (17-348)

Rained during night. very foggy all day. Thawing. Men choring. Father at a school-Meeting. over to Burrows after tea.

SATURDAY 18 (18-347)

Men did chores. Father went to town in afternoon. a very soft snow falling in forenoon. became colder and very blustry wind {aird?} afternoon and evening.

SUNDAY. 19.

Brock up to Ray's in afternoon. Father up to Harry's after tea Olive and I went to Grandma's in afternoon. Rather dull all day. Dr. Giffen here for tea and spent evening.

TUESDAY 21 (21-344)

Men did chores. Brock went for load lumber in forenoon, and again in afternoon. Father took Mother to town after dinner and helped load plank. Quite a fine day, cold. Beautiful moonlight night. Gavin Montgomery brought Jim Burns & annie here for tea Harry {Lowes?} brought Will Craig and we all went to hockey match - Palmerston - Drayton (9-5-favour Drayton)

WEDNESDAY 22 (22-343)

Men drawing manure and did chores. Will Craig and I went to town in afternoon. Dr. Giffen came out for tea. Will, Olive, Brock, Dr. and I went to party and Arthur Booth's. an idea sunny day.

JANUARY MONDAY 20 (20-345) 1913

Men did chores, then Brock took cream-can down town. Choring in afternoon. very foggy, turned to rain and at evening, snowing and blowing

TUESDAY 21 (21-344)

Men did chores. Brock went for load lumber in forenoon, and again in afternoon. Father took Mother to town after dinner and helped load plank. Quite a fine day, cold. Beautiful moonlight night. Gavin Montgomery brought Jim Burns & annie here for tea Harry {Lowes?} brought Will Craig and we all went to hockey match - Palmerston - Drayton (9-5-favour Drayton)

WEDNESDAY 22 (22-343)

Men drawing manure and did chores. Will Craig and I went to town in afternoon. Dr. Giffen came out for tea. Will, Olive, Brock, Dr. and I went to party and Arthur Booth's. an idea sunny day.

JANUARY THURSDAY 23 (23-342) 1913

Men choring, and cleaning harness, Brock took Will Craig to I. Hilborn's and went to town for mother. During night had stormed, then rained quite a little this forenoon. turned colder and is quite icy this evening. Mr. & Mrs. Mac Isaac here in evening also Chas. Walker.

FRIDAY 24 (24-341)

Men done chores. Brock took out grist in afternoon. Jack Allen, wife and little girl Evelyn here for dinner. a beautiful day. We three went to hockey match in town. Mt. Forest-Drayton. 10-7 favour of Mt. Forest. Dr. Giffen brought us home.

SATURDAY 25 (25-340)

Men choring, sifting ashes. Mother over to Hilborn's. Lizzie going gone {written above} to Guelph for operation. came through O.K. we three skating in town at night. Quite fine day.

SUNDAY. 26.

Father and mother up to Bob Gass' for dinner. Rather nice forenoon, thawing, rained in afternoon, colder towards night.

TUESDAY 28 (28-337)

Men choring and cutting wood in Poplars. Retta Hilborn here for tea. Ross and Seth called in evening and we skated on Hilborn's field. blustry at times during day. cold at night.

WEDNESDAY 29 (29-336)

Men done cores and drew out manure. Olive and I went to town in afternoon. She went to Elora. raw east wind foggy in afternoon. snowing little.

JANUARY MONDAY 27 (27-338) 1913

Men choring and cutting wood in Poplars. rather stormy all day. pretty cold.

TUESDAY 28 (28-337)

Men choring and cutting wood in Poplars. Retta Hilborn here for tea. Ross and Seth called in evening and we skated on Hilborn's field. blustry at times during day. cold night.

WEDNESDAY 29 (29-336)

Men done cores and drew out manure. Olive and I went to town in afternoon. She went to Elora. raw east wind foggy in afternoon. snowing little.

JANUARY THURSDAY 30 (30-335) 1913

Men did chores. Cutting wood in Poplars. Dr. Giffen brought Olive home and spent evening. Father up to Wooddisse's with heifer. stayed to tea. a very mild nice day. Brock took out 7 hogs in forenoon. Brought $101.45ยข.

FRIDAY 31 (31-334)

Men done chores. and took tim heifers to Wooddisses. Brock went to town in afternoon for medicine for "Dane" back. Rained quite steadily in forenoon, got colder and stormy towards night. We three went to Harriston to a hockey match. special train. Drayton defeated 9-2 game protested, but not accepted,

FEBRUARY SATURDAY 1 (32-333)

Men did chores. Brock took out grist of chop in afternoon. very cold and stormy all day. Father took $100.00 {last two 0's small} up to Henry Heseltine in P.M. Received word that Tom Lappen died on Tues. 28th and Violet Walker had an operation for appendicites.

February - Sunday 2.

Home all day. very windy and stormy cold.

TUESDAY 4 (35-330)

Men did chores. Brock brought cream can down and we came home. Cutting wood in bush in afternoon. very windy, cold and stormy all day.

WEDNESDAY 5 36-329)

Men did chores, cutting wood in bush in afternoon. very stormy and cold. a very piercing wind blowing continually, day and night. not down to zero.

FEBRUARY MONDAY 3 (34-331) 1913

Men done chores and cutting wood in Poplars for while. rather fine forenoon, but because stormy in afternoon. very windy. cold. Brock took Olive and I to town in afternoon. a dance in hall. Had a splendid time.

TUESDAY 4 (35-330)

Men did chores. Brock brought cream can down and we came home. Cutting wood in bush in afternoon. very windy, cold and stormy all day.

WEDNESDAY 5 36-329)

Men did chores, cutting wood in bush in afternoon. very stormy and cold. a very piercing wind blowing continually, day and night. not down to zero.

FEBRUARY THURSDAY 6 (37-328) 1913

Men done chores and cut wood in bush in afternoon. very stormy, cold, windy day. wind fell towards night. Harry Philp came down this evening Dr. Giffen came out about 4 P.M, stayed to tea and spent evening.

FRIDAY 7 (38-327)

Men done chores. Father walked out to town. Brock went to Wm. Hodges sale in afternoon. a terribly stormy day. cold. Olive 23 years old. M. G. gone home.

SATURDAY 8 39-326)

Men done chores in forenoon. cleaning hen pens in afternoon. terribly stormy all day. high wind. Eight days of stormy weather.

February. Sunday 9.

Home all day. Quite clear sunny morning, but was quite blustry this afternoon. cleared at night and wind died down.

TUESDAY 11 (42-323)

Men done chores. Took heifer up to Wooddisse's. Choring and sifting ashes. Bob. Gass and Maggie called in to get warm in afternoon. I took Mother to Grandma's in forenoon. We three went to hockey match at night - Drayton. vs. - Harriston - 4-5 favour of Drayton. rather fine morning, but because very stormy quite cold night.

WEDNESDAY 12 (43-322)

Men done chores. Brock took out grist of chop in forenoon, then drew up wood to school in afternoon. Very sunny all day. Got stormy toward evening.

FEBRUARY MONDAY 10 (41-324) 1913

Men choring and drew out ten loads manure to other place. A very fine sunny day. First one this month. A very piercingly cold east wind blowing.

TUESDAY 11 (42-323)

Men done chores. Took heifer up to Wooddisse's. Choring and sifting ashes. Bob. Gass and Maggie called in to get warm in afternoon. I took Mother to Grandma's in forenoon. We three went to hockey match at night - Drayton. vs. - Harriston - 4-5 favour of Drayton. rather fine morning, but because very stormy quite cold night.

WEDNESDAY 12 (43-322)

Men done chores. Brock took out grist of chop in forenoon, then drew up wood to school in afternoon. Very sunny all day. Got stormy toward evening.

FEBRUARY THURSDAY 13 (44-321) 1913

Father done the chores. Brock took out 8 hogs -$116.65. Olive and I went to town for Mother in afternoon. Men cutting wood in bush in afternoon. Quite sunny, but storming a little. cold wind. milder at night. F {water spot or ink ran} Father 57 years old. Uncle Jim 40 " " Stanley Flath 26 years old.

FRIDAY 14 (45-320)

St. Valentine's Day. Men done chores, cutting down elm trees out in field. Quite a fine day. Becoming considerably milder to-day. We three went to hockey match in Palmerston. Mt. F. defeated Drayton 6-2-

SATURDAY 15 (46-319)

Men done chores and put on load of logs. Brock took ^two {written in small letter} loads to town in afternoon. Father at MacIsaac's with cow in evening. a very mild day. soft snow falling in afternoon.

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