James Ross Diary, 1914-1917

Title

James Ross Diary, 1914-1917

Creator

James Ross

Source

Courtesy of Archival and Special Collections, University of Guelph

Language

English

Coverage

20th Century, Wellington County, Nichol Township, Ontario

Date Created

1914

Is Part Of

James Ross Diary Collection

Medium

Scanned Manuscript

Transcription

{printed paper clipping} THE FARMER'S ADVOCAT

Act, which comes into force on January 1st, 1915, gives the following weights for the following vegetable and commodities.

A bushel of any of these articles, unless a bushel by measure is specially agreed upon shall be the following:-

Artichokes, 56 lbs; beans, 60 lbs.; beets, 50 lbs.; bituminous coal, 70 lbs.; blue grass seed, 14 lbs.; carrots, 50 lbs.; castor beans, 40 lbs,; clover seed, 60 lbs.; hemp seed, 44 lbs.; lime, 70 lbs.; malt, 36 lbs.; onions, 50 lbs.; parsnips 45 lbs.; potatoes, 60 lbs.; timothy seed. 48 lbs. Turnips, 50 lbs.

And a bag shall contain:-artichokes, 84.; beets, carrots, onions and turnips, 75 lbs,; parsnips, 65 lbs., and potatoes, 90 lbs.

Persons selling or offering for sale these articles not up to the required weight will be liable to a fine of $25 on the first offence, and not exceeding $50 for each subsequent offence.

{another printed paper clipping}

The same Act defines a barrel of flour as 196 lbs., and a half barrel as 98 lbs.; rolled oats must weigh 180 lbs. to the barrel, and rolled wheat, 100 lbs. to the barrel, and 50 lbs. to the half barrel.

{end paper clipping}

Cobb find

ground rolled oats 22 lbs

busind meat 10 "

flow muddings 5 "

fine corn meal 11

fine barn blood meal 1 1/2

salt 1/2 "

Preventation 1 Mosquito bites

Oil of Citronella (Andropogon Nardus)

Agg6. 42 Series 1, Subseries 3

Wm Heyword D. Company 34th Battalion Guelph X ry 1.15

Sulphate A. ammonia smelly curtains 20 b of nitrogen it is retained by the soul can be applied any time. Should not be applied to land definit in lime. from 100 to 200 pound to area.

Nitrate of Soda is strongly soluble contains about 15.6 % of nitrogen should be applied to growing crops apply from 100 to 200 lbs for arse

Calcium Cyanaid. contains about 15% nitrogen

Ground rock Phosphate from 25 to 40% of Phosphoric acid

Boric Slug from 11 to 13% of available good for soon land dow in action " " cool and lame

Sulphur phosphate in Arid Phosphate 14 to 16% " " do not apply to sour lands

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1914 Paid

June J E Rec H E 5

Monday

Fine sunny day cool. We spread fine loads manure from yard pig peas and sheep house on J. L. spear crop land with spread A.M. PM we spread another load and planted six more rows potatoes 3 and about one third of a row from J. L. were David's Warriors rest common Dr McFadgeon Came up after dinner opened eyes of Mauds colt they being stuck together then altovid Dan colt and left it standing while doing it. Bob Lindale down at night got some strawberry plants

2 Tuesday

Very cool last night, some say a slight frost. & this drove down in morning took cream to Russells also 1.95 lbs Potatoes to Ellis @ $1.05

345 per bag $2.27 got shorts $1.40 chicken feed $1.50 227 290

paid balance on groceries got May 26th 55. Willie 55 proud I L. AM and I find home around now land no be supplied some in new overhard day flower bed etc I wed Bowley over PM he and Willie clipped 5 sheck I wed took sick and went home. I powed and harrowed at J. L. P.M. near Fordsforce. We drove up to see cattle at Allans come home by Gass' and got lend of his shears.

3 Wednesday

Sunny and cloudy rained a few drops at 79890 night. I went to Aboyne for beef in morning 1446 14 145 41 576 17 77 32

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1914 June I E

3 798 90

continued Wednesday forward Jess in buggy got lime at Kiln on way back 5 cts. D. allan down in morning to see about the cattle Willie drove him up to the fifty and they brought the cattle down from the sand hill to watertrogh and setted them there Chapman and Swagey in morning in auto try sell up corn cultivation. I finished scuffling new orchard and Willie chored the sheep before {illegible}. PM Willie finished shearing the sheep Final Bowley bring two such. I finished plowing and harrowing at J L.

4 Thursday

1 Raining last night and this forenoon at times cloudy day cleared off in evening. We have had no heavy rain this spring so far. Willie drove down took 58 lbs wool to Roundle left it there as Jim Russell was busy unloading binder he got at Ellis chase 18 cts bolts for plow at Mannies 6 cts bread todts 12 cts brought up ToM. I fixed broken handles in wheel hoe. Pm mwe spread 3 loads manure (apr) on pig yeard below new orchard no 4. a. and plowed most got not sowed with paine Willie helped Mary plant cabbage in new orchard, also dropped some. Shay took old paper off wall in dining room. We wld 9/12 day eggots Raves @ 17 ds $1.61 got lost wakes egg morning 161 1.61, 18 cts las than aported eggs being down + cts paid for cool oil 30 cts Willie drove to M Domain in evening Rogerson & Gus in to see colt Mr Joss in PM got dep for whistsee. I fixed fence between us and Sindales. Girls got government cheque on Monday $20.00

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Paid

1914 June Rec H E J

5 79941 Friday forward 1464 37 145 91 576 28 77 32

Fine sunny day. Willie harrowed all the I L field arrows turnip land potatoes and corn up to turn in hardwood bush from there up to I L missed the corn. I put some future book on dining room PM we find handles on weeder. and Willie went over the corn we left in AM with it. I finished plowing the rope land in Slo 4. A. Wm Clarke up for eyes AM & day 34 cts 34 We drove up to see cattle at night also drove in to see how D. Allan was he having been sick. We gave Edith back 25 cts our $1.00 extra Dave gave us on May 15th thus making 25 cts extra total 525 for pease 25

6 Saturday Fine sunny day. I activated and harrowed the rope bond in 110 4 A also cultivated rope land in now land 110 6 A.M. Willie chopped.

872 PM we drilled up in 110 4 A and sowed vape in it. Willie paid Fred Vowley $2.00 in full for sheep washing and shearing. I drove down town at night took 145 lbs potatoes to Ellis $160 160 got 2 lbs turnip seed 60 cts groanies 90 cts bread 90 60 and burns 7 oots 17 cts exchanged duck food 17 for wheat at Eelis called Arthurs etc got credit bill for wool at Russells $16.24

7 Sunday

Very warm day especially PM thunder showers passing around PM and warning a slight shower home in morning. Mr Millierpreached AM and evening Anniversary services. The morning text was Rev 3:11. and in morning to united 505 808 23 congregation from 200 for 4:8. Christian optimism am coll 50 cts open 5 cts 466 56 146 98 518 88 82 37

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914 Paid

June S E Rec H E J

8 808 23 1466 56 146 98 578 88 82 37

Fine sunny very warm looked a little like rain at times. I disked turnip land AM Willie nailed fibre board in dining room. PM Willie drove down team in waggon to bring up sound hand stove from Roma but didnt get it he brought drill plow shear from Hodge who could cut sharpen it it being cast sted. We took land salt back to J L field spread it on turnip land after having harrowed it then we rolled it Willie put shear on drill plow again, a tedious job. We took Beatrice hifer young John hifer and Jersey calf up to Allans fifty in evening drove other cattle down to them from sand hill.

Tuesday

9 Exceedingly warm day sunny, dry weather. I made 32 drills at 1 l AM and Willie sowed them with Derby turnips. PM we drove down in waggon helped Willie load secondhand stove or range from Bob Kens whids he took up 59 also head and lemons in 7 oots 29 cts and lb 29 turnip seed Ellis 30 cts. I stayed to meeting 30 of Property Committee in Ridols then went to Wm. Deans to see his corn cultivator also to Chapmans Willie finished disking turnip land PM. I drove down to Maywoods with meat bay than Willie and I drove up to Allan to see about cattle got 1 lb Turnips seed of Davip our growing. Scharins milk 25. 25

Wednesday

Fine sunny warm day. I rolled and drilled 80 up rest of turnip land Ro 11 L making 44 drills 76 in all. and Willie took mean to Russells got there 809 62 sugar 50 cts turnip seed 25 cts nail to Mannies 3 cts. 55 25 1466 81 146 82 579 43 82 37

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1914 Paid

June S E Rec H E J

10 809 62 continued Wednesday forward 1466 81. 147 82 579. 43 82 37.

he brought up 70 M and chopped till noon. PM Willie finished sowing turnips and 7 and I fixed up and wired food in No 6 N. E of poplar bush. I thinned some mangets to-day Willie wheeled up to see cattle in evening asked about a pig that strayed away nobody had seen it. I drove to M down in evening dro drove down to see J. Chapman we corn cultivator boot didn't seem him. 80. Deans and Davidson called PM about corn cultivation Wm clank eggs me day 18 cts 18

11 Thursday

Fine day warm mostly sunny looked like rain at times. We drove up to Alland got Davy to go up to the fifty with us and we fixed the water supply. PM I put fibre board on dining room and Willie drove own Panck in buggy got at Stretchand and 97 Linn flour 80 chase 17 and brought up the 97 corn cultivator from Chapmans he lost 2 teeth drove down again got one of them. Mary sold 4 1/2 doz eggs to Reeves @ 18 cts also got 9 cts extra on last weeks sale total 90 cts 90 Mr Mackie brought over some duck eggs, got milks cts 10

12 Friday

cool and cloudy in morning cleaned off sewing got warm PM cool at night again. WIllie cultivated corn with now cultivator to-day Jos & Panch. I took Ayshine to Fords them finished putting fibre board on dining room AM. PM I rode back to 7 L with Chapman and Laughran in Chapmans auto to see Willie cultivating corn Laughron wanted to see it 16 09 I fixed fine between bask and grain ROH doing with PM. Mrs Mackie potatoes 45 45 81059 Bella finished preparing fining room to-day cream chaque yesterday $16.09 1484 53 148 79 579 43 82 37

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1914 Paid

June J E Rec H E J

13 810 59 Saturday Forward 1484 53 148 79 579 43 82 37

Fine sunny day. breezy cool at night. We took sheep gotes down to Ro 4 bask fence in waggon them put load wood on it from file in Ro 6 bush. Willie finished corn cultivating the corn AM brought the wood home with him I finished fixing the stamp fane RO 4 bush using the sheep gates etc. Linde Will Paulin up for dinner had home at Guelph on jury stayed down at home last night. he went up to author with sur Malone the mail man. PM Willie cultivated the new land piece in 40 6. I churned them hoed mangels. Willie went down town at night got bread at tools 12 cts. 12

14 Sunday

Fane sunny cool. John Cormie preached AM from Jon 13.30 a sermon on Judas Iscariot. and Mr bram to united congregation in St Andrews 22 at night from Matt 6:13 a sermon on temptation Only Willie and I at St Andrews at night St Andrew Call 10 10

15 Monday

Fine sunny cool, windy PM clouded over rained a few drops in morning. I harrowed potatoes also rope land at 7 L than brought harrows down to new land Ro 6. Willie plowed and harrowed it, we mad a lane dowd ditch from iron gate to gap in Ro 6 bush and put cows & calves in to Ro 6 bush. I thinned mangels PM.

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1914 Paid

June J E Rec H E J

16 810 81 continued Tuesday forward 1484 53 148 91 579 43 82 47

then brought cultivator and roller over finished plowing now land No 6 and harrowed it. I thunned mangels. PM I rolled now land Ro 6 and drilled it up and Willie hoed mangels. Girls drove down P. M. Punch in buggy paid Russells $10.00 on up of carpet paid stats $5.25 525 1000 for wildoth both por 70 M. got wheeatels Russells 13. 13 also 2 pain shoes it on ap Russells also vicloth 5 p cts they got supper 15 38 at home then came around by M in Rees and left meet bag. Willie Black + Miss Bongin marked this morning.

17 Wednesday

Fine sunny dayfrost last night. I trimmed mangels and pruned some trees in now orchard Willie down town A. M. took 51 1/4 lbs wool to Russells on after got cream corn got at 708 2 15 groceries $2.00 chase Ellis 15 cts. brought up 2 15 70 M. 7 and I drove up to ape cattle at allows gave them salt. Willie sowed rope in now land no 6 PM. We drove to M down in warning went to Wilson to see L. Allan is going to Guelph but debut on him. Jamasa Johans & keyframe onar for miller paid 25 cts on ap. 25 Soren McRae brought meat this morning

18 Thursday

Fine sunny day looked like rain PM desk clouds parsing around. Willie went to Guelph and to 180 Experimental plots, sow Carrie Robinson, fones 80 cts took 80 any watch to Pringle to got leaned paid $1.00 on it. I made 100 pantry under stairs in Rilto. Dr Mc7adgen in at noon to see Mands colt saint it had poll wil we have to poultine it. We sold 7 1/2 doz eggs to Reeves @ 18 cts $1.35 135

830 14 We chopped some in morning 1486 13 157 24 590 43 82 47

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1914 Paid

June S E Rec H E J

19 830 14 Friday continued 1486 13 157 24 590 43 82 47

Cloudy morning rained most AM cloudy most of day sunshine late PM got very cold at night. I cleaned out sheephouse Willie sharpared crown plow elans and chopped AM. P.M. Willie plowed rope land J. L. I looked for the 3 sowes that get out on wood couldit see than Willie drove doug sederwood (Baclays) met than coming home. Miss Hammond have for tea and waning I drove her and Mary down in evening she to Sundays, Mary stayed down Dave McIntyre & family came to Autos to-day Wm Clark up for eggs 2 dog 36 cts 36

20 Saturday

Hard frost lant night. come potatoes cts frogan. I cultivated from with 2 horse cultivator AM and Willie finished it P.M. day potatoes. I trimmed mangels. May come up in morning she got present for Samara Scherins $150. news Rand and postage 10 cts she also 160 370 gave last week 25 cts for missing. Willie 25 got at Guelph on Thursday Powells 50 cts 50 She girls over at Schains PM gavel he present to Samara I walked down at night got Pairs grown 25 at Richals Mannies 25 cts. Sunning rain at night.

21 Sunday

Cloudy mostly, cool Mr Graw preached AM from the and in warning from 2nd Poter 1. 05 middle dome the Forresters occupied front middle eats. Rate fooled last night in 11 and box still afily. Rote foaled last night in 11 end box still a filly. Duanie unload to-day buld Dr Ms Padgen came up at noon 833 84 Ramel Mands wolt for poll and suly Willie have he got Mackie over to help Ch 100 L A 10 1486 39 157 24 592 78 83 11 8

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1914 Paid

June S E Rec H E J

22 833 84 Monday Forward 1486 49 157 24 592 78 83 82

Rain last night mostly cloudy today some sunshine. Willie plowed rope land at J L A M with team I trimmed evergreens etc PM we drove down to mountain matching hand U Richardon Lub Cam. Mr Godfrey speaking for Richarson outro J J Groing lom cam. Goo Daye & sint Maggie down home. Raymon in AM looking at Rutes colt. Sum M: Rove over at wight got beg Rye Buckhurst 126 lbs to pour has to Retum 190 lbs after harvest we have up to see cattle in warning Punch in buggy. Willie sold wool to reg man 12 cts. I chopped some 12

23 Tuesday

Fine day cloudy and sunny, warm. Willie took Punch to Raymons in morning. I about finished thinning mangels to-day. Willie drove down Jess in buggy got her shod at Hodges 30 cts 30 tug mended at Wordens 10 cts minds Manins 10 must 20 110 Shortneeds 60 cts. Uncle Go Dodge and aunt Maggie came up before dinner We took the former around the farm etc. they stayed till six PM. Willie cultivated corn PM also harrowed what he had plowed there. I took meat bag down to Maywoods at night. Junera Scharins was married to Mr Brown they went to Guelph into auto's early in morning come back between 9 & 10. Mr Royerson in got 126 lbs buckwheat for seed.

24 Wednesday

Thunder lightning and the heaviest rain this 83494 season came last night. we got up through 1486 61 157 84 593 28 83 82

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1914
June S E
24 834 94
25
80
X
26
835 84
continued Wednesday forward night and put in Kate and Maud with their colts. rained in the morning again and early AM cleaned off fine sunny warm PM Willie standed round work to-day he hauled one load broken stones AM and 3 loads PM all to J. L. exempt last one wuluck he put on S. L. near Q. S. R. The body of Mr Cushing was taken out of the river at washing green to-day his drowning is a mystery yet. I chopped pine at cow AM cut a split wood cleaned up yard and hoed in garden and orchard PM. I put carbon Bisulphite in the 4 ground hog holes in evening. on sound hill we still polite Patsy Mauds colt on work. Wm. Maywood brought meat Willie got strainer past pended at McClauhan 10 cts Thursday Fine sunny day cloudy at terries not very warm. Willie finished road work this AM hauling 3 loads to J. L. he stuffed corn with corn cultivator also plowed some rope land PM. I put cross stakes and rides on land fame bottom of rope in Ro 3. A cleaned out stables etc. PM I hoed 6 rows of the experimental mangels staked out 2 rows for a plot put Ro 2 N of S on the 2 rows next row of trees N. W. Ro 3 R S on next 2 rows and Ro 4 R of S in next 2 rows I chopped some horse and cow in evening Willie got at 70 S growing 55 cts gr flex 25 cts. Friday Fine sunny warm day clouded over and rained a little at night. Willie took cream {to the right of the diary entries}
Paid
Rec H E/td> J
1486 61 157 84 593 28 83 82
/td> 10
55 25
1486 61 158 39 593 63 83 82

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1914
June
26 835 94
27
62
28
29
836 46
continued Friday forward down to Russells and brought up 78M. I stuffed mangels in new orchard also some rope in Ro 4 A then Willie finished plowing rope land J L. PM he finished harrowing rope land and cultivated corn with C. C. I roed in N. O. cut some dead trees down in book chimed out heatrouse out fine to pules of brook it in yard. Willie drove 70 M down in evening. Saturday Cloudy day breezy cool east wind rained at night. We spread 7 loads mamone on rope land at S L (spr) got from yard shophouse hot bed pig par etc. Aunt Mary Pauline come down with maid man Malone got dinner home Willie drove her to station en route Guelph to catch 5 O'clock train than came around by Allan's fifty to see cattle. Jess in buggy. We used Maud in spreader with Jess and Punch first time hitched since she foaled we still poutine colt. Willie down town at night. got bread Foots 12 cts Mrs Scharins our in warning paid for milk 50 mean 25 Sunday Cloudy day. rained at times. Mr Grow preached AM from Acts 17. 11. and in evening from From 1 Sam 29:3. Dave and others went up to Marsh to-day. Ch coll 50 Monday Cloudy day raining at times cool got very windy at night. We drove up to Commarch {to the right of the diary entries}
Paid
Rec H E J
1486 61 158 39 593 63 83 81
12
75
50
1487 36 158 51 593 63 84 32

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1914
June
29 836 46
10
30
836 56
continued Monday forward and voted for U. Richardson for M.P.P. took D. Allon up with us we went around by the 50 and gave cattle salt. PM we cleaned up barn put lumber up in on scaffold etc. I chopped a little when gasoline gave out. Willie downtown night to hear results of section gave 10 cts admittance to 7. Hull. Craig defeated. Whitney government sustained. Tuesday Fine sunny day. warm. Willie spread load manure on ropeland then disked till about 11. I scraped up manure in yard then hoed in orchard D. Allan came down I took him up also bag rye buckwheat 107 lbs which he is going to sow some of then went to Royarsons. with Kate he was not at home. Willie chopped some before dinner. PM we cultivated corn with CC I hoed about 6 rows then came over with P while bargain sold him a sheep 109 lbs @ 5 1/2 $5.95 cheque young Groves up for mean 13 cts. Mesdames James & McRae over for tear letter brought meet bags. Wm. Maynard brought meat bag. I took Kate up to Royernons at night came down again. Mrs make over for milk 5 cts. {to the right of the diary entries}
Paid
Rec H E J
1487 36 158 51 593 63 84 32
10
5 95
13
5
1493 49 158 61 593 63 84 34

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1914
July S E
1 836 46
2
8 80
845 36
845 56
Dominion Day Wednesday forward Mostly cloudy a few drops rain PM I went for meat jess in buggy this morning. Willie spread load manure on rope loud then disked rest of it AM. I chopped pig and hood in N. Orchard. PM W. Maynard and I drove up to I. Lamples N. Hardton's Carrie etc. than to J Percy bought a leaf ring star there for $55. delovered at slaughter house I paid $5.00 on it. Willie trained trees P. M. mother up. PM I drove her down Punch in buggy. Thursday Cool cloudy and sunny mostly sunny PM Willie spread load manure 7 L cultivated wam AM freashy finished cultivating at then came home went down for strawberries at Jamesons 90 cts ham at Begins 90 lines Wordan $2.00 took 5 day eggs to Args. I took Kate up to Reyonans at down dred. I cleaned yard hood in orchard etc sold Reeves 6 1/2 day eggs $1.17 P.M. Dave & his wife and on Fred daughter Helen Fred and his wife Nellie and Alex his youngest are also Jean Malone came up in caryall they done drove for another and his wife about 5 PM they wore all have for tea and warning. Willie finished cultureting corn PM also potatoes. Dave and I walked back to 7 L to an corn etc Friday Fine day sunny and cloudy looked like rain at this warm PM. Willie spread last bad nannie of sermon on rope and then harrowed it then I drilled it up AM & PM. 64 dulls {to the right of the diary entries}
Paid
Rec H E J
1493 49 158 61 593 63 84 32
5 00
1 80
2 00
1 17
1494 66 165 41 595 63 84 32

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1914
July S E
1 836 56
6 56
4
5
81 68
6
933 60
continued Friday forward Willie scffled sometimes with Maud AM PM Willie took Maud down to Hills lowe got at 70 S sugar 100 turnip and 25 rope 12 cts graphite at Nichols 5 cts. Wm Clark up for eggs 36 cts yesterday Willie paid misnomer note $5.14. I drove down to meeting of managers at night. We pulled chairs. Saturday Mostly sunny clouded over rained a few drops. Willie took cream down to Russells in morning. Nelson Simmons up all day we hoed corn to-day. Willie sowed rape at 7 L what I drilled yesterday them scuffled some turnips. I drove down town Punch in buggy got rivets at Minnies 8 cts hinge at Chapimans 10 cts for (Sfor) got Sunday shoes (The long life shoe) at Stuls 3.50. Cheque from Argo for eggs $2.16. Willie paid Chapman cheque on Royal $55.00 Jab 2nd for corn cultivator Sunday Fine sunny day. I stayed at home AM. Mr Crow preached AM from Luke 9:23 and in evening from Psalm 103:10. M coll 50 Monday Fair sunny day, very warm PM. N. Sup all day we had corn. Willie dropped the AM. scuffled turnips. I drive to straight horse aloque next Paring with star paid him cheque JB $27 cook $23 Pickle Bergin got shop gave cheque $9.00 Johans middle 20 cts. Wm. Maynard up in morning with his shave for leaf ring star. {to the right of the diary entries}
Paid
Rec H E J
1494 66 165 41 595 63 84 32
1 00 25
17
36 5 14
18
2 16 3 50
55 50
50
22 50
9 20
1506 38 192 41 656 37 84 82

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1914
July S E
7 933 60
125
8
86
9
935 71

Sunday forward

Sunny. very warm PM. N.S.W all day we finished hoeing corn and potatoes and got 10 drills turnips thinned Willie chopped, finished saffing turnips drove down at noon for M:, 7 adgown to come up and 211 colt he also gave meat bag to maywood also $1.25 fair share of butchering beef ring other. McFadgeon called PM to see colt. Willie and Bella drove up to Slecocks Belwood road at night to prayer meeting. We salt butter to Pringle to Guelph he may watch.

Wednesday

A little rain last night. Fine warm sunny day. Thunder and some rain afar drops PM. We cut wood. and wood in bush AM Willie drove down for 7 oM and Aunt May who came there yesterday he got at 70S grows 86 cts got from Maywood $290 our share of leaf ring hide. Wm Clark of for eggs 36 cts We hoed turnips PM. Hw Knigt in selling cool crl intakes we gave mdr for tank of out ados cylinder oil grows. I drove to M down in evening then drove up to Jus Austing to see his ails etc Willie want up with me to see cattle. Aunt May wound up in stage Malone come in for war

Thursday

Fine sunny warm day a little cloudy at times. N. S. up all day We got total of 50 rows done now of turnip

Paid
Rec H E J
1506 38 192 41 656 37 84 82
1 25
86
2 refund 90
36
1509 64 193 27 657 62 84 82

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1914
July
9 935 71
10
5 45
11
X
12 85
954 01

continued Thursday forward

Willie hood to-day. Mauds colt seams to he getting worse Willie wholed down in evening to see M: Fadgeon got medicine for colt. Got brigade needed at Lanktimes 15 cts

Friday

Fine sunny warm cloudy zone late PM. very day weather. N. S up all day throwing turnipsI hood with him AM Willie hood 25me PM. I drove girls down PM come went to church Rev Blythe (AY) preached from Jus 14:6. We gave callo Girls got at Ransells mof 89 cts drown goods mings is self 10 flag poplar 5. I got hair out Grahams 20 cts Willie paid N. S. $5.00 m of Mackie came over in warning got a sow from us $10.00. We gave Andrew Schain 5 doz eggs @19 cts ne ofc.

Saturday

Fine sunny very warm looked like rain at turns but never comes. NS up AM finished thinning the turnips we paid from $1.00 more, mi full to date. I hood mangols in N. O. sound time Willie took wean to Ransells also Agg to Wilsons paid $1.00 then we brought load cut wood from bush pale to house. Willie drilled up potatoes PM d 7 Lulte CC steam. McFadgan was in to see colt PM Yesterday and of us have he left bottle medicine. We got cream they me Guelph 14.69. Willie whaled from at night paid Bol. Kar for stove $10.00 mustard 15 gown 8 at Eelies luisand oil Marnies 12 Belmeator 15 cts sectarians for manor of J Chapmans 35

Paid
Rec H E J
1509 64 193 27 657 62 84 82
15
10
20
5 00
10 00
1 00
1 00
14 69
10 00 35
30 20
1534 33 203 77 665 32 84 92

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Sunday

Mostly cloudy rained a little PM. Our Sacrament Sunday. Mr {name?} preached AM from Luke 22:42 and Mr Brown to united congregation in evening from Psalm 17:8.

Missionary Call 03:10

Monday

Cloudy day a few drops rain at times

I dropped AM fixed

Rosmead Diary

1914
July S E
15 963 96
1 32
16
965 28

continued Wednesday forward

very warm. Peter Clark told us in morning that our cheap had been in some gondans down at his please they have bown on the road for some time getting under the wire fence. I fixed the fame to-day from crack at G. S. up to top of No5 O.S.R. pulling out staples and letting the fake down and filling up hollows with growth. We raked up rest of yesterdays out hay cooled it also cut 12 more rounds. Willie went down brought up 70M in morning got wheat at Ellis $1.50 men ofc Jinn Robinson and wife Bell up for PM and tee. Willie drove 70M down at night. Mrs Kennedy & maid up for 2 doz eggs 38 cts Wm Clark eggs 19 cts. Sam McRae brought meat in morning, paid him 10 cts for maize he got May gave hen to a gypsy woman several rigs of them passed up to road this PM.

Thursday

Mostly sunny AM mostly cloudy PM looked like rain some thunder very warm Willie cultivated some more corn AM we brought over SDR & loader from other band AM raked up the out hay Ro1. PM we took in 4 loads with loader and cut some more after tea. Sold Reeves 8 doz eggs $1.5 2019. Many down town PM got at Russells goods on ofc 1.35 got her dress tied on at Ms Batz. got at Phillips olive oil 10 cts Woods shirt of west 90 cts 70 D banana 10 cts Willie got bread at foots last Monday 12 cts. Willie still doting Mands folly.

Paid
Rec H E S
1535 93. 208 62 665 42 89 92
38
19
10
1 52
1 00
22
1538 02 209 84 665 52 89 92

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1914
July S E
17 S E
17 965 28
3 70
18
20
969 18

Friday forward

Sunny and cloudy looked like rain AM a few drops fell, very warm I cultivated some more corn AM we took in load hay from coals No 1 before dinner Willie finished cutting the block hay Ro. I was cutting last night. PM Willie went down town M and in baggy bread her to branking model he got print and sugar at 70 S 3.70. I raked up the cut hay in Roy We took in rest of coals one load also a load of the raked stuff. After tea we cooled what was left also raked rakings. Andrew Schars over in evening got 1 day eggs also a han 5 lbs @ 3 cts rude W Shoultad in PM offerest $82. for red hifor up at Allons 50. Willie got more mudienne from of for filly.

Saturday

Cloudy and sunny looked like rain at times did rain a few drops in morning We cut some more hay in Ro 1 AM then cultivated some more corn also pain ground potatoes then brought hay rack over prow other barn on high waggon that we took the water back to potatoes on. PM we took load hay in, cools we make last night then Willie raked up the morning but also finished rakings we took it in, one load and cooled up the left rakings. Willie down town at night got collar at Russells 20 cts. Charlie Bogus over in morning got land of bead plane. I made halter with nails in to put on Luay to Keep her from sucking Kate.

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Mr Cameron in in morning bought red hifer (at Allans fifty) last of the Beatrice stock for $85.00 gave $15 on her he to let us know when to bring her down

Sunday

Fine sunny day warm day weather. Mr brian preached AM from Jeremiah 18:15 and in evening from Matt 17:8. often cull 5 Willie and I only down AM all down but me at night

Monday

Clear sunny day and morning. Willie took cream to Russells in morning got truchtore Rhubarb at Phillips 10 cts Bella Willie and I sell wick last night not very strong to-day. We cut rest of Ro. hayfield SD Rakol some up PM and took in 3 loads louder. Willie chopped war & home AM. Andrew Schairs paid for hen and eggs got with 70 cts Nolan & Jean Milne up AM for green please.

Tuesday

Another sunny day exceedingly dry weather. moderately warm. We got some hay in No 2 SW naked up the losing yesterdays cut in Ro 1 hauled it in PM 3 loads then D & Rooked some of Ro 2, raked in Ro rakings, took in load from Ro 2 also raking Ro, after tea Wm Clark eggs 35 cts Many took meat bag over to McKas P. M. got ride from downtown with Dave Greyson got dress at Mrs Bantz $3.50. Miss St Clair home in evening lag warming about lost latter Shay inland to move to Galt in Sept.

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Another warm sunny dry day. Willie drove down for 7 of M in morning I took them down about 5 PM. We finished cutting Ro 2 hay and cut some in Ro 6 at other barn We got in 4 loads this PM including rakings we have Ro. finished complete Ro 2 ready for raking. absent. Mauds colt still alive but Roy weak. sow had 3 pigs to-day Greyson brought meat morning.

Thursday

Cloudy rained AM also a little P.M. Willie drove down in morning got at Chapmans guards & sections for mower $1.15 luisad oil Richards 13. he brought N. S. of with him. We raked some at Ro 6 took back waggon and louder in time to be stopped by rain Nukem and I took the 13 cattle up to Aelans fifty again and fixed the fence, they got out and were down here this morning. Willie chopped pig and in PM and horse. I sampled mangels in N. O. PM took Kate up to Rogger at night. also took salt to Cattle. Mackie over in morning. Bob Tindale down AM to get vine for his pea harvester. N. S. want some traim.

Friday

Cloudy most day some sunshine PM. N.D. up in morning went home again. I scuffed turnips A. M. and Willie drove down for McFadgan to see Mauds colt. PM Willie naked Ro 9 rakings I cut some more Ro 6 turned windows with SDR and took put in load brought

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continued Friday forward it to this bxum. After tea I put raking on with loudon in Ro 2. Many down home PM. Told Baker buy to come up for the basket of lease he and some more picket in over field and I second away. Andrew Lokains got yes Saturday Fine sunny warm day breezy. N. S. soup all day he hood turnips second time I finished scuffling turnips also shorts rows of down. We out some more hay Ro 6 AM. PM we scuffled rope at 7 L nord some. turnips, SD Rakeal cut roy and took it in 2 loads other born one names. Willie chopped some. Andrew Schairs paid por yz 80 of Sunday Cloudy and sunny. Mr Graw preached AM from Matt 4:1–11. And in warning prom Auntie back from Toronto Willie at home AM only he down at night. L. A roll 10 cts. Monday Mostly cloudy rained a few drops AM N. S. up all he raked rakings Ro 6 then he and Willie took hifor down to Common sold in 18th rec balance #7.500 Willie got at Marnies harmed oil 15 stands at Ellies 10, at 76 D what $1.84 brom $1.50 coal oil 60 soop 30. PM we finished scuffling rope + potatoes + some come also finished Ro 2 rakings took in. Ro 6 makings. I cut some more hay Ro 6 after term. We hoed Turnips second time also some mangels in R. O.
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{...} for meat this morning {Im} in {bruggy?}. I cut G.S.hay this {illegible} cutting. Willi drove down for 7 {&?} M A.M. drive then down in evening again {illegible} in {bruggy?} both times We finished haying {t} day {illegible} raking(s). N.S. at all day hareing AM till {II} where we {part/pat} {unload} {hay} brought it over to this barn. PM we handled {illegible} brads to other barn and {illegible} small. {Reeves?} eggs 3 day 6 {illegible}

Thursday Fine sunny day. N.S. eyeall day having I finished raking now and {illegible} them {illegible} these {illegible} haying 2 loads onto each bane {illegible} brought our here. N.S. helped with hay. Willi {illegible} cream down in morning I had fun mangels seemed time. Willi and girls went at 5h. {illegible} {bruggy?} got barks little after eight.


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Rosemead Diary Tuesday Fine sunny day not warm a slight shower last night N.D. {illegiblel} day he got {june}

10 1027 45 Monday forward Rain last night and this morning, mostrly cloudy some sunshine some more raining morning. warm. We funded Fosking the only but an sat got him {illegible} rigged {illegible} and cut me round in sand will {illegible}. N.S PM howy got cream cheque from Guelph at 0.5h I chopped some pig in evening. Putun Clarke in PM to {illegible} yet loud I town to had rails.

Sunday Some rain last night, mostly cloudy got {illegible}at night. N.S wh all day howy AM be and Willie cut {illegible}and hill, PM. I scuffed greys w turnips and corn dilled wh the latter {illegible} some seed below mill. I drove {illegible} to kerdon tonight Bchourd road look ours and Milken meal hays wh to Sregan. Bella {illegible} 70th in happy Ish it town full again with Punda he also dropped pig am.

Wednesday

Fine sunny hot day a little foggy from east. N>S wh all day evening com AM luodwig P.M. We got in the sand hill {illegible} to day 3 1/9 loads also {illegible} lonely No 2 Willie and nakim loaded I took them n and almead them. B & M called m Ms Barton P Matson Ms Marke. Willie drove wh{illegible} carrle might Dack want with him. They{illegible} 7m. 7 M walked wh am also walked down P.M I wh {illegible}we to roads at night. {illegible} Sregan brought must thin morning.

1914 Rosemead Diary Paid

Thursday forward Mostly cloudy rained a little AM and considerable at times PM {N.S. up AM?} We got in {illegible} loads barley from No 2, Willi and I {allur?} went up in morning to look for the cattle found them all in after considerable search. We {illegible} slimp {also?} found in No 6 and let horses in there, PM. Saw No 2 pigged today a pip. Reeves got 5 day eggs {60 tn?}

Friday Fine day mostly sunny. breezy. I drilled up rest of corn with Jes in {illegible} also potatoes then {snuffed?} 24 dill turnips. Willi chopped pig feed AM. {Illegible} got {land I turn?} AM to plow his land P.M. Willi drove {down town rent? } $5.00 to M'D{name} Salt for new {part?} for {illegible} under 3 {to?} get {illegible} at {Phillip water?} for 25 {illegible}{rubber rings?} 20. he got at {name of store?} 25.5 at Russels {illegible} 15.5 at Ellis {illegible} $1.30. he then cut some food in No 3.A. We {stoked?} them after ten. Peter Clark {illegible} again to see about getting {illegible} to haul {illegible}.

Saturday Fine sunny cool day N.S. up all say W e got in rest {illegible} No 2 {illegible} loads left some {illegible} for {relsings?} also 2 loads oats from No 7 AM. PM we got in six loads from No 7. I took {off?} loads into shed W o N handed We paid {inelligible} $6.00 {inelligibe} to date. {Inelligible} downw town at {illegible} got at Russels work {illegible} $1.25 {illegible} 25 cobler shirt {butter?} 25 {blackberry?} 14 total 184

1914 August Rosmead Diary

Sunday {turmord?} Cloudy and sunny. a little rain at noon. {illegible} of Elorn preached AM from Psalm {45?}:8 and in evening from Acts 20:9. egg money from {illegible} $ 2.40 Oh God {illegible}. 240

Monday Cloudy and sunny thunder lighting and showers PM and evening warm. Willhi drove down in morning {illegible} to {illegible} Sum or {illegible} to refund our {illegible} 2 years {illegible} $liw postage 4 cts. We took 2 anums sully ruby wuder {illegible} over to other burn {illegible} took {illegible} and put up sale at 1L {illegible} and brought up land wood from bush. PM.J {illegible} No 6 5 hours{noon?} plow Willhi walked up to see little PM. Sam M Kee came over in morning got lind of 1k bags 1060lbs oats barley {illegible}. George Bun up for eggs got none.

September Tuesday Rainy day probably the heaviest rain this season cleared off sunny late PM I plowed sod No 6 4 hours until stopped by rain. I fixed plats for carriers, Wilhi mended harmers and chopped horse and pig Wilhi got at Philhps {illegible} Pottasium for {illegible} 25

Wednesday Cloudy AM and rained some cleaned off sunny PM some rain at noon. Wilhi brought up 7AM in morning got bread & its had {Jen?) down. J. Blade offered $1.45; no for hen for wan horse. {illegible} man brought up 2 tons wul this AM that I moldered Sat. Mother went up to Arthur

1914 September == Rosemead Diary ==

continued Wednesday tomuard at noon on daily automobile {illegible} I plowed sod No 6 4 hours AM Wilhi plowed P.M. I started to clean out open ditch at G.S. pulling weed growth ont with drag. W dark up for far eggs 2day 40 cts. Wilhi drove 7 & Many down at might Many staying all might be jot "News" for to see almost the wor 1 cts. W. Magwood brough meat this morning

Thursday

Sunny, passing thunder showers quite a shower P.M. Wilhi drove down in morning brought up 7 & Many. We plowed in No 6 sod also harrowed some. I worked at cleaning ditch again. Wilhi drove 7 & May down to might again got 'News' 1ct. Mr Guss over with {illegible} paid him $1.w for it 3 and some more later {illegible}

Friday Dunny at times, raining at times AM. mostly fine P.M. cool. Wilhi drove down for 7 & Many then went up to see cattle, then he plowed sod No 6 5 hours I worked at drain and ditch, we are working drain into ditch about centre up bush. Uncle {illegible} Dodge brough mother down from Arthur PM. {illegible} telephoned down to {illegible} AM that she sowed not got down in the auto as it had some to {Guelph?}. He slanged till after supper. Wilhi drove 70 M. down in vening got News I cts. Sent Andrew {illegible} 30 lbs {illegible}

Rosemead Diary

Saturday taword Mostly sunny after drops rain at {night?} considerable. We plowed sod No 6 nearly finished the field Wilhi chopped some. We worked at drain through buch lots {illegible} water in it. Wilhi down town at might got news at Philhpes 1 ct {illegible} 8b Mennies 10 cts. boots $4.00 overalls $1,25 tea 25. at Evenings stamps 10 cts {illegible} yeast {illegible} 7 & S 5 fork handle 10 cts Nichols. Pete M: {illegible} man {illegible} brough up to {illegible} tons coal molered last Saturday P.M. Mr {illegible} got linf od blush & {illegible} to lift his pump out. We finished harvest by taking in rest of flux a rackful of {illegible}

Sunday Cloudy. a very heavy rain at noon Mr brown back from holidyas preached AM from Mark 3:14 Start of a service of sersons on the {illegible} and in evening from James 5: 13-15 oh wel 5D

Monday 42 Cloudy cold and windy. a little sunshine. Wand rain AM. Wilhi took cream down to Russels in morning got {boots {illegible} he bought at {illegible} Sat also put pair long nuller boots $4.50 bread at {illegible} 12 cts tomatoes at Jamiesons 30 cts We fixed {illegible} spreader wroked at bush drain Wilhi drove up to {illegible} for {illegible} but he was at {illegible} show he didn't get any.

Tuesday

Cold cloudy day. Wilhi finished plowing

continued Tuesday forward No 6 2nd AM PM he handed 2 loads of the 5 nick then from other from to drain through brush I worked at drain all day we laid sometimes willi took load wood to home from {illegible} hill. Willie and May drove over to M Ken with meat bags got {illegible} at 7 & picked went around home for helper at night.

Wednesday Cool cloudy and sunny. We worked at brush drain to-day got tiles laid about 4 wh Peter Clark got land n Punch and Mand to go for load rain from Barnet he got broke about 5 PM. andrew Sohaine gave w 25 day for hidgton got lately. the girls and I drove him to united hraher marching in Melvill {illegible} held for hrager for unition of the great autoham wor now raging lutumn {illegible} and Austria and g.Britain grave and RUssia Sam M Kee brought meat this morning. Many gave mother 50 05 ame turnip ago to {illegible} Hatemulumist subscription. Mr Metody and wife hre at noon to see if we had some many to load on note. Willi dropped jug and home

Thursday Sunny and cloudy frost last night. Willi went down for 70 M in morning gotat S greenies $1.28 each 75 at Kem stove fufe at Mennin efade handle 35 {illegible}look 70 05 he drove 70 Mdown at ingut again put leler let. We sold eggs to RUsse 94ch got cream chaque Guelph $19.49

Rosmead Diary Paid

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10 1150 83 untiseed Thursday forward

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We worked at drain to-day got Fie

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Tuesday

5 18 90 forward 9 60 2 05

Very fine sunny day thawing considerable in sunshine. We spread 5 sleigh loads manure on sand hill to-day finished cleaning at pig pen and box stall. Jade M.c {illegible} here for dinner {illegible} Rick and Jackson called PM also W.K Barnet and wife. {Roselle?} {illegible} up AM with set dishes {boiler?} carpet cts

Wednesday

6 Mild, cloudy, turned to rain. {illegible} not of day thawing considerable. We shread two sleigh loads manure in sand hill AM and hauled 2 loads to ^ {above line:around} no2 pile PM. Willie took cream to station then went up to {illegible} got hay {with?} of rye broken heat repayment of what we gave him to sow.

Thursday

7 Raining last night turned frosty day morning cloudy stormy day wind in east in morning turned to west snowing a little. We cleaned out {hamhouse?} put down on {petition?} in {illegible} house its AM. P.M. I drove May down we went to church. Mr Kay of Cramosa preached from whom to {illegible} say that I am & but whom say {illegible} that I am. We gave {illegible} 15 cts May stayed down hill 25 night. Willie chopped some cow PM. Willie and Bella went down to prayer metting in Melville at night. Mr {illegible} spoke I got Punch shard {illegible} feet at {illegible} 35 cts {dough?} 2 cts 2 35

Friday

8 Cloudy moderately firstly snowing a little.


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Fine Cloudy day very windy rained came in evening W the {shread?} load manure on turnip land then plowed rest of day 4 horses I fixed fence around upper bush no 4 am Pm I plowed up some more drills for potatoes an N.archard planted 2 rows David W {illegible} in rows neared 2 in row trees from S E fence also nearly 4 rows {illegible} hey in the rows I planted before May planted out cabbage th she got at home this morning she having watched down to see if I was going to Guelph. I also fixed some at lawn N. W. of barn. Bella got {illegible} out for Monday.

Thursday

Considerable rain last night raining some in morning gradually cleared off fine by late PM. Willie and I drove down in morning to see if 70 W were going to Guelph. I drove them up {illegible} as they decided not to go to Guelph to -day and Willie got his tooth fixed at Arthur. We {illegible} the corn also all plowed land in holw and plowed some more. I fixed time 11 W I {illegible} also chopped 3 kinds PM. Willie and Mary drove down to Welsh choir {event?} in 7 H at night. Took 7 aM down with them. Willie got A.Mat 45 Kins 2 in wlbows 20 its pot 25 cts 20 25


Friday

Fine sunny day warm. I finished plowing green crop land no 6 them Willie harrowed it it. PM Wilie fixed under saw. I disliked turnip land 3 19 also some at bottom E cows of No 3. I mended handle of wheat {illegible} 1311 67 273 04 408 45 61 70 Andrew {illegible} over to see about {limits?} they weighed more that the first time.

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Citation

James Ross, “James Ross Diary, 1914-1917,” Rural Diary Archive, accessed September 28, 2022, https://ruraldiaries.lib.uoguelph.ca/transcribe/items/show/334.

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