Mary Agnes "Aggie" Cooper Diary, 1904

Title

Mary Agnes "Aggie" Cooper Diary, 1904

Creator

Mary Agnes "Aggie" Cooper

Source

Courtesy of Archival and Special Collections, University of Guelph

Language

English

Coverage

20th Century, York County, Vaughan Township, Ontario

Date Created

1904

Is Part Of

Mary Agnes "Aggie" Cooper Diary Collection

Medium

Scanned Manuscript

Transcription

{Front cover: the background is a Union Jack flag. In the top left corner is a crest for Great Britain, and in the top left is a crest for Canada. Between the crests, written in pen, is the year 1904. Upside down, in the bottom left and right corners are crests for Australia and South Africa, respectively. In the middle of the cover is an emblem of King Edward VII sitting on a throne, under the word Coronation.}

{This page is left blank.}

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Nelson Smellie 

Beatrice Smellie.

James Ellis 

John Ellis

Martha {Oster?}

Louis Oster 

Maggie Oster

Estella Oster,

Tom Bowes,

John Bowes,

Annie Bowes,

Jamie Bowes, 

George {Leasdale or Lasdale?} 

John Leasdale 

Annie Leasdale 

Charlie Leasdale 

Frank Leasdale 

Mabel Reaman 

Jacob Reaman 

Daniel Reaman 

Kate Wright,

Annie Wright,

Aggie Madden

Selena Badka

Allen Badka,

Gerlie Madden

Dan Madden

Ambrose Madden

Erskine Smellie

Gilbert Osten

Maud Clarke,

Tom Gordon

Bertha Ostir,

Hadwin Fisher,

Charlie Smider,

Nellie Patterson

Ida Patterson

John Troyer

Maud Troyer

Bessie Troyer.

Edith Troyer,

Nellie Riddell

Chance Riddell 

Emmanuel Bowes

Elsie Lasdale

Cecil Keys,

Arthur Watson

Fanny Bowes,

Herbert Keffer,

Edward Borden

John Gorden

Frank Bowes

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1904

Fri Jan 1st 1904 New Years Day. Pa's family also Willie's here to spend the day.

Sat Jan 2nd " Very, Cery, cold, Uncle went to Toronto.

Sun Jan 3rd " Our glass down to 18 below zero. Come say 25 below zero, I went to Concord Church, Uncle and Aunt Nellie at morning church, Aunt Mattie and I at Fisherville. Uncle and I at Pa's in the evening. a little milder

Mon Jan 4th " Fine but very cold, our glass 24 below zero. Mr. Osters is 30 below zero. I drove to Thornhill with Uncle. Mick here

Tue Jan 5th " Fine nd cool, Uncle wen tor a load of brick. Charlie and Annie Teasdale here in the evening.

Wed Jan 6th " Fine day, a great deal warmer, I went to Prayer Meeting.

Thur Jan 7th " Find day, Aunt Nellie has a bad cold. Aunt Mattie and I went out to a W.A.Meeting at Mrs. Gibsons.

Fri Jan 8th " Fine and mild in the morning, Snowing in the afternoon Uncle and I down at Mr. Johnsons. Uncle and Aunt Mattie at Thornhill.

Sat Jan 9th " Fine and quiet mild. I called over at Pa's. Uncle out at Thornhill in the evening. he and Aunt Mattie have bad colds.

Sun Jan 10th " Fine day and moderately cold. We all went out to Willies for dinner at night.

Mon Jan 11th " Fine Day, Pa's are thrashing. a little colder.

Tue Jan 12th " Fine morning then it came a little sleet. We thrased.

Wed Jan 13th " Stormy day, Aunt Nellie and Uncle went out to Willie's thrasing. I started with a bad cold and sick.

Thur Jan 14th " Blowing and drifting a little. Uncle and Aunt Nellie came home. Mr and Mrs Farrell came in the afternoon.

Fri Jan 15th " Fine day and moderately cold. Uncle took Mr and Mrs Farrell to see Mr James. The girls called in afternoon

Sat Jan 16th " Came a little light snow. Mick and I took Mr Farell to Mr. Cherry's. Uncle is in Toronto by car.

Sun Jan 17th " Fine but very cold. my cold is worse. Uncle and Aunt Mattie at evening church.

Mon Jan 18th " Fine but extremely cold. Willie called.

Tue Jan 19th Very stormy and cold, we were at home.

Wed Jan 20th " Fine and mild, came a little snow. Uncle and Aunt Mattie went for a drive, and called to see Irene Chapman.

Thur Jan 21 Very stormy again filling our lane up

Fri Jan 22 Raining a little and quiet mild. Uncle out breaking a road through the field. we went for a ride with him.

Sat Jan 23rd " Fine and mild. Mr Robert Johnston called. Lizzie here for tea. Uncle took her and I to the Carnival.

Sun Jan 24th" Cold and very stormy, drifting all day. Uncle went to Mr Farrs for tea. I went as far as Pa's for a little while.

Mon Jan 25th Fine but extremely cold, Uncle, Aunt Nellie and I out to Thornhill in the afternoon.

Tue Jan 26th " Cold and very stormy, Uncle and Aunt Mattie at Mr Johnsons for dinner. roads extremely bad out there, Mabel Reaman died this morning.

Wed Jan 17th " Fine day and moderately cold. Mr Gibson called. I went to church, but not one there.

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Thurs Jan 28th" Fine day and moderately cold. Uncle and I went to Mabel Reamans funeral (28yrs,4m).Tom Farr came home from lodge with uncle.

Fri Jan 29th Fine day. Uncle took Tom out to the noon car. He and I went to an Oyster supper at Mr Buchanan's.

Sat Jan 30th Fine and quiet mild, Uncle and Auntie went to Thornhill in the afternoon. I went out to the Rink with the girls.

Sun Jan 31st"Snowing all day, quiet mild and soft. Uncle and Aunt Mattie at Church, I was at home all day.

Tues Feb 2nd" Milder with snow falling all day. Aunties in Toronto car did not get up untill nine o'oclock.

Wed Feb 3rd" Blowing all day and cold. Uncle and I went over Pa's in the evening. Our gateway drifted.

Thur Feb 4th" Blowing a little all day, and very cold. Tonight we were at Pa's and not last night.

Fri Feb 5th" Snowing a little. uncle and Aunt Mattie at Thornhill in the afternoon.

Sat Feb 6th" Raining a little and thawing. Uncle, Aunt-N and i also at Pa's at Mr Watsons for tea, Lizzie and I at the Rink.

Sun Feb 7th Raining a little most of the day. Uncle and Aunt Mattie at evening church.

Mon Feb 8th Fine and cold, all frozen up again, good walking.

Tues Feb 9th" Fine but extremely cold down to zero nearly all day. Uncle and I at Thornhill in the afternoon.

Wed Feb 10th" Fine and a little milder. Aunt Mattie and I cooled at Mrs Leasedales, then Annie came home with us for tea. There was no Prayer Meeting. Uncle in Toronto.

Thur Feb 11th" Fine day and quiet cold. Annie and Lizzie here for tea.

Fri Feb 12th" Fine day, freezing pretty hard. uncle, Aunt Mattie and I at the Social. The receipts amount to about $42.

Sat Feb 13th" Fine and a little milder. I went to the Rink with the girls. I came home with Uncle.

Sun Feb 14th. Snowed a little all day, Uncle Aunt Nellie and I at morning Church, Pa's all here for tea had Oysters.

Mon Feb 15th. Blowing and very cold. We were at home all day.

Tues Feb 16. Very, very cold about seven below zero the most of the day. We went to see Miss Parkinson married.

Wed Feb 17. Fine day, about nineteen below zero out here. Annie called for a while in the morning.

Feb Thur 18. Fine day, we were at home. Annie and Lizzie here in evening.

Fri Feb 19th. Fine and a little milder Aunt Mattie went to Toronto on the noon car.

Sat Feb 20th" Fine day bright and warm, finest for a long time. We drove over to Willis in the afternoon at home in eve.

Sun Feb 21st" Fine and very mild until evening it came a little rain. I went to Thornhill. Willi Farrs all here for tea.

Mon Feb 22. Very high wind, and blustering I walked to Thornhill in the morning. Uncle in N.T for coal to Newton {Brown?} in the evening.

Tue Feb 23rd. Fine day and moderately mild. At home all day.

Wed Feb 24th. Turning colder after a snowfall. Uncle and I over at pa's for tea after coming from Willis. Uncle took Aunt Nellie and I to Leap year carnival.

Thur Feb 25. Drifted up a little in lane end. I was at the store in the evening, very cold.

Fri Feb 26th. Fine day and quiet cold. Uncle went out to Woodbridge in the evening. The night {gamey?} is at Thornhill Concert 13 below zero.

Sat Feb 27th" Fine day and quiet mild, Uncle took me to the Rink at Thornhill.

Sun Feb 28th" Rained and thundered heavily through the night. We went to morning Church. I went to Fisherville in the afternoon. Then went to Thornhill at night again.

Mon Feb 29. Very stormy day, snowing and blowing all day, but not cold. No evening mail up.

Tue Mar 1st. We had thunder and lightning again last night. Our gateways blown full. The third filled up. No mail.

Wed Mar 2nd" We got a mail in the morning. The roads opened up. very mild. Esekine Oxley here for tea.

Thur Mar 3. very heavy thunder and lightning last night. Turned cold again very high wind.

Fri Mar 4th. Fine and moderately cold. The girls called in the afternoon. Uncle went for coal. We went to the milk social. Uncle, Lizzie, and I.

Sat Mar 5. Fine day, we were at home all day. Mr Teasedale here.

Sun mar 6. I went to Fisherville. It rained and sleeted in the afternoon, Uncle at Mr Watsons funeral in the morning. He and I at church in the evening.

Mon Mar 7. Fine with exception of a drizzling rain and very foggy. Willi brought Charlie out to have his tongue cut.

Tue Mar 8. Fine and quiet mild. the water rising. Uncle brought Dick and Mary Watson out for tea. I went over to Mothers, they had some of the girls invited for tea.

Wed Mar 9. Fine day but a little colder; Auntie went over to pa's for tea; Uncle and I went to a party at Willi Riddles.

Thurs Mar 10. Fine day, just a little storm. Auntie went out to Thornhill to W.A Meeting the day of G. Charltons sale.

Fri Mar 11. Fine with exception of a new wind. Uncle down at Mr Baytons sale. He and Auntie went out to Thornhill in the evening to get wool at Mrs Gibsons.

Sat Mar 12. Fine day, cold but bright. We went to skate at the Teasedales, uncle took me to the rink in evening.

Sun Mar 13. Fine day but moderately cold. Our people at morning Church, I went to Fishervile. Annie and Lizzie here, the former stayed for tea.

Mon Mar 14. Fine in the morning, and in the afternoon it came an east storm. Mr Teasedalescame for hay in the morning, Mr Barton was buried.

Tues Mar 15. Fine day, Mr Teasedale here for hay. Aunt Mattie came home by the steam cars.

Wed Mar 16. We went to a presentation at Mr Bayters. Uncle and Auntie at Thornhill in the afternoon. Annie and Lizzie here for a awhile in the afternoon.

Thur Mar 17. St Patricks Day. Fine day, but quite cold for this time of the year. Auntie went collecting to Mr Whites, Uncle and I went also in the sleigh. Uncle went to Newton Brook in the sleigh evening.

Fri Mar 18. Fine and quite mild, Mr and Mrs Gibson also Miss Kirby and Miss Gibson here for tea.

Sat Mar 19. A little soft snow fell, Uncle and Willie at Richmond Hill. Aunt Mattie at Pa's for tea.

Sun Mar 20. Fine and a little colder. I went to Fisherville in the afternoon. Uncle, Aunt Mattie and I at evening Church.

Mon Mar 21. Very windy and a little shower, we had Miss Duncan and Miss Heron also Annie and Lizzie here for tea.

Tue Mar 22. Fine day and springlike, the snow going. Uncle and Aunt Nellie went to spend the evening at Mr Gibsons, Aunt Mattie and I at Mr Charltons.

Wed Mar 23. Very mild, the robins here. Annie was here for a little while in the forenoon

Thur Mar 24. The water is quite high over the road in front of our house. Uncle and I over at Willis for tea, and Willie brought a load of {moving?} over.

Friday Mar 25. Came a little rain. Found it bad getting to Pa's. Uncle & Aunt Nellie at Mrs Chapmans funeral. Went to Mr Charltons Prese station. 15 there.

Sat Mar 26. Fine day, I got out to the store down the lane. Water is over down the road but not so bad. Auntie did her collecting out at Thornhill in the afternoon. Uncle took a load of roots out.

Sun Mar 27. Fine day, cold and frozen quite clean in the morning, then the water began to run about noon. Uncle and Aunt Mattie at morning church. I went to Concord in the morning.

Mon Mar 28. Fine mild day. Uncle took me out to Willies in the morning. One turkey laid. Mr and Mrs George Charlton here for tea.

Tues Mar 29. Fine day and quite mild, I was at Willies

Wed Mar 30. Fine day, and quite mild. The day of Willies sale.

Thur Mar 31. Rained most of the day. Willies moved all but the best furniture, then Willie brought us home, they stayed at Pa'sm Marjorie and Charlie here. Wheels out.

Fri Apr 1... Good Friday. It rained a little we were all over at Pa's for the day. Marjorie stayed.

Sat Apr 2. Fine but cold, we went up to clean Willies house. Uncle made a road down our lane furnished moving.

Sun Apr 3. Fine but very cold. Easter Sunday. Our road getting dry in places but a lot of snow on the third. Uncle and I at church, the girls went to Fisherville.

Mon Apr 4. Fine day and a little warmer, our sideroad is quite dry. Uncle at Vestry Meeting. Then they took Charlie home.

Tue Apr 5. Fine day. Aunt Mattie and I went up and helped clean Mary's cellar and the other cleaning.

Wed Apr 6th Cleaned bureau drawyers and clothes closests. Fine and mild until it came a little show in the evening. Uncle in Toronto by car. Aunt Nellie wrnt to Mrs Pooles to see about Duck eggs.

Thur Apr 7. Fine and the warmest day yet. Uncle took Aunties out to the W.A Meeting. Uncle and I went to a party at Henry Fishers.

Fri Apr 8. Rained ehavily in the afternoon and evening. We cleaned our cellar.

Sat Apr 9. Came a thunder storm at noon. I called in to Pa's for a while.

Sun Apr 10. Fine day but cold, quite muddy but not bad walking. I went to morning church also to Fisherville.

Mon Apr 11. Fine but cold. Uncle and Aunt Mattie at Mrs Morgans funeral. I was at Mr Teasedales for tea.

Tue Apr 12. Fine but cold and windy. We cleand spare room also Uncles. I was at pa's in the evening.

Wed Apr 13. We finished cleaning upstairs. I went down to Toronto on the noon car, had tea at Aunt L.

Thur Apr 14. Fine but cold. Mr Horne trimming trees, we clean up the chamber.

Fri Apr 15th. Fine day, we washed and cleaned up the back kitchen. We set our turkey. Mr Horne finished the trees. We churned. It snowed.

Sat Apr 16. Fine but cold, the ground covered with snow. William and Lizzie Smellie came.

Sun Apr 17. Fine day but cold, very sloppy. We went over to Pa's in the evening.

Mon Apr 18. Fine day and moderately warm. We cleaned our parlor and spare bedroom All we can until the stores are out. I went over to Ps' in the evening. Mick had the horses away. I had a letter from Alta.

Tue Apr 19. Rather stormy and very cold all day, ground white with snow, Uncle in Toronto, Night of the big Toronto fire.

Wed Apr 20. Fine but exceptionally cold for April. Uncle took us to the car in the sleigh. Tom Farr got hurt.

Thur Apr 21. Fine day the roads getting a little dry. i went up to Mary's for tea, Annie and Lizzie here in the evening, Aunt Mattie went to Mr Pooles for Duck eggs.

Fri Apr 22. Fine and warmer, Uncle went to Toronto to see Tom. I made my blouse. We went to a Progressive Euchre Party at Mrs Nelles, the frogs are out.

Sat Apr 23. Fine and warmer than before. We did quite a lot of gardening. Uncle and Lizzie went for Maple Syrup. Aunt Mattie at Pa's for tea, I called in the evening.

Sun Apr 24. Uncle and Aunties at Morning Church, It came a nice spring rain. Pa, Ma and the girls here for tea.

Mon Apr 25. Fine and moderately warm, Mick started work, cleaned pantry.

Tue Apr 26. Fine day and warmer, we were at home.

Wed Apr 27. Fine and quite warm, Uncle went down to see Tom Farr, he left the Hospital, I was at Mrs McDonalds for tea, we raked the yard, Mick {hazzowed?}.


Thur Apr 28. A little showery. We were over at Ma's in evening.

Fri Apr 29. {Coming?} showers all day. Uncle and Aunties at Thornhill in the evening.

Sat Apr 30. Showery and much milder, Lizzie called in.

Sun May 1. Fine and very warm, out in my dress waist Uncle & Aunt Nellie at morning Church. Aunt Mattie & I at Fisherville and Concord in the evening, much the warmest day.

Mon May 2. Fine and very warm. We let our coal store feeder out, Aunt Nellie called out at Mrs Pag{s?} and had tea at Marys. We did up lace curtains.

Tue May 3. Fine and warmer still. I brought Charlie and Marjorie down, Mary came down in the evening.

Wed May 4. Fine and very warm, Aunt Nellie went up to keep Mary's children while she went to Toronto, Uncle is poorly, he went to see the doctor.

Thur May 5. Fine and very warm. We cleaned our Dining room and took the stove out. Aunties went to W.A Meeting found it very warm.

Fri May 6. Fine and very warm, Men have seeding down with the exception of about six acres.

Sat May 7. We had Pa's over to spend the day, Annie and I went to Fisherville, came a little shower.

Mon May 9. Dull day, and turning cooler, Uncle and Auntie at Thornhill in the evening.

Tue May 10. Fine but quite cold all day, came in very black but did not rain.

Wed May 11. Fine but very cold, Tom farr spent the afternoon here, Uncle took him out to the last car.

Thur May 12. Fine day, we were at home, Uncle cut the lawn and we raked it. The first time it was cut.

Fri May 13. Fine day, a little warmer, came a little shower in the evening. Uncle in Toronto. A& C Teasedale here.

Sat May 14. Rained steadily all day. I called over at Ma's in the morning. We had fifteen turkeys with just {hen?}

Sun May 15. Came a couple of showers. Aunt Nellie at Pa's for tea. Uncle, Aunt Mattie and I at evening church.

Mon May 16. Fine but cold, a frost. We put our pork away. I helped Uncle to take out turnips.

Tue May 17. Fine bright day. Heavy frost, a little ice. Mrs Gibson Sr here for the day. Men put the roots in today.

Wed May 18. Rained heavily all day. We were at home all day.

Thur May 19. Dull day, but did not rain. I went up to Willis in the evening, Pa's all over for awhile.

Fri May 20. Fine day, cool, our people drove down to Toronto, Lizzie over in the evening. We have 11 turkeys with second hen.

Sat May 21. Fine and much warmer. Aunties also Annie and Lizzie down at Mrs Froyers in the evening.

Sun May 22. Fine day, quite warm until evening it came a little shower and heavy rain through the night. I went over to Ma's for tea. Willies all here for tea. Uncle and Aunties at morning church, I went to Fisherville.

Mon May 23. Came a little shower, I was over at ma's for tea.

Tue May 24. Empire Day. A lovely day and quite warm. We painted our kitchen, Lizzie here all day. Uncle and Aunties at Mr Robertsons funeral. Uncle Aunt Mattie and I up at the Concert.

Wed May 25. Fine but extremely warm, Mrs Charleton called.

Thur May 26. Fine and a little cooler. We moved our stove out. Tom Farr came home with Uncle in the evening.

Fri May 27. Fine and quite cool, Alice came in the afternoon. Tom left in the evening.

Sat May 28. Fine day and quite warm. Annie Charlton buried i the afternoon. Auntie and Alice over at Ma's for tea. {Mand?} Foyer here in the evening.

Sun May 29. Fine and warm but threatening rain. Uncle, Aunt Nellie and Alice at Morning Church. I went to Fisherville. Pa, Ma, and girls here to tea.

Mon May 30. Fine day but cold. Alice went home on the afternoon car. I walked up to Mr Charltons to enquire for the sick at {Edgeley?} Then up to Willies. Uncle and Aunt Mattie went out to service at the church.

Tue May 31. Rained heavily all afternoon and night. Orur people finished sowing peas.

Wed June 1. Fine morning but rained all afternoon and extremely hard at night. Uncle in Toronto on the cars.

Thur June 2. A little showery. Aunties at W.A Meeting. Uncle drove them out.

Fri June 3. Fine day but extremely warm and {salty?} Mr Luesby here trimming trees. Aunt Nellie and Lizzie went to Torotnp at tea at Aunt Lizz.

Sat June 4. Fine day and warm, Mr Luesby finished trimming trees. Lizzie and Annie called in the evening. M. Mabley called.

Sun June 5. Fine but exceedingly hot. We expected Mr Rivers and Mr Johnsons but they disappointed us, Pa's all here also {Gus?} Smeltzer for tea. Aunt Mattie, the girls & I walked to ev. Ch.

Mon June 6. Fine day, Uncle at Mrs {Bakers?} funeral. He and I went to a party at George Fishers.

Tue June 7. Fine day, Aunt Mattie the girls and I up at Cobers Graveyard, then called at Mary's.

Wed June 8. It rained in the afternoon. We were at home. Men started in backyard.

Thur June 9. Fine day but cool. Aunt Nellie and I went to Mrs Teasedales for tea. Uncle and Aunt Mattie up at Richmond Hill in the evening.

Fri June 10. Fine day and cool. I went to Toronto with Lizzie. We called at Aunt Kates. Uncle and Aunt Mattie went out to Mr Watsons in the evening.

Sat June 11. Fine day, I went up to Willis in the evening. Aunties over at Ma's for awhile.

Sun June 12. Fine day and moderately warm. Uncle , Aunt Nellie and I at morning church. Uncle and I at Fisherville, and all over at Pa's for tea.

Mon June 13. Fine day and moderately warm. Dick and mary Watson also Lizzie and Farmy Bowes here for tea.

Tue June 14. Came a little shower in the afternoon then cloud. We used the last of our apples, Aunt Mattie and In walked out to Thornhill in evening. Took parasol to {men?}

Wed June 15th Beautiful day and quite cool, I went to Thornhill in eve.

Thur June 16th. Uncle went to Mr Shels raising. Also Pa. W. Dalziel married

Fri June 17th. Fine day, we were at home all day.

Sat June 19. A lovely day. Mr and Mrs Reive here. I went to Fisherville. Lizzie here for tea, then we went over to Pa's for a while in the evening.

Mon June 20. Fine day with exception of a few showers. We went out to Mr Charletons funeral.

Tue June 21. Came a thunder shower in the evening. We went ut to the reception for W. Dalziel.

Wed June 22. Fine day, we were at home all day. Dessie died.

Thurs June 23. Fine day, very cool. I was out at Thornhill in eve.

Fri June 24. Fine but very, very warm and dusty. Dessie Charlton buried, we met the funeral. Uncle and Aunties went to Edgely Picnic, I


Sat June 25. Very hot all day, Uncle in Toronto. Aunt Nellie called at Mrs Gibsons in the evening.

Sun June 26. Turned quite cool, we were at Pa's for dinner, Aunt M. Lizzie and I at evening church.

Mon June 27. Fine day very cool, I called over at Ma's for a while

Tue June 28. Fine and quiet out, Uncle at Mr A. Bowes' raising in the afternoon.

Wed June 29. Came a thunder storm in the evening. Mrs Charlton and Ma here for a while. Quiet out.

Thur June 30. The men finished hoeing the roots, then cut the yard and orchard.

Fri July 1. Dominion Day. Came a very heavy rain in the after-noon. our Willie was going to take us all to Maple.

Sat July 2. Fine day, quiet out, Uncle and Aunt Mattie went for a drive and had tea at Aurora. Dave Smellie and his wife here for tea. Willie and girls at Thornhill.

Mon July 4. Very cool, Uncle went to Toronto to look for a man. Came a very heavy rain about six o'clock.

Tue July 5. Fine and moderately warm, I went out to Thornhill in the evening.

Wed July 6. Raining nearly all morning. Heavy. Fisher here in afternoon.

Thur July 7. Fine and cool, Uncle in Toronto, Auntie at W. A. Meeting at Mrs Langstaffs.

Fri July 8. Fine day. Uncle in Toronto, and got a boy. Fred {Alleroft?}

Sat July 9. Rained a little in the afternoon. We were at home

Sun July 10. Fine but very, very hot and like rain. Lizzie and I went to Thornhill M. E. Church, Uncle and Aunt Mattie at evening church.

Mon July 11. A fine day our people working with the hay that was cut on Saturday. I was over at Ma's for a while in the afternoon. Pa hired a man. rained in the evening

Tue July 12. Rained heavily in the morning then cleared. The girls over in the evening.

Wed July 13. Aunt Nellie went out picking berries got a lot, then she and I went in the afternoon. Aunt Mattie went to Toronto on the noon car. I was at Pa's in eve.

Thur July 14. Fine day, very warm. Auntie's and the girls went to pick berries in the evening. Men hauling in hay.

Fri July 15. Fine and moderately warm. Auntie Nellie went to Mr Breakey's bush in the afternoon, and I went picking with the girls in the evening.

Sat July 16. Fine but very warm, Auntie went to pick a few berries in the evening.

Sun July 17. Fine but extremely warm. Uncle and Aunt Nellie at Fisherville, Uncle, Aunt Mattie and I at evening church.

Mon July 18. We went to pick berries, it is extremely warm I went up to take the children some berries.

Tue July 19. Fine day but extremely hot, Uncle brought Marjorie down when coming from the shop. Mrs Clarke, and Annie and Lizzie here in the evening

Wed July 20. I went picking berries and Auntie went to Mr Smellies bush in the afternoon. It came a little shower. I went to Prayer Meeting in the eve.

Thur July 21. Fine day, went to Maple in the afternoon I called to see Aunt Nancy. Aunties called on Mr Herd.

Fri July 22. Fine day. Uncle and Auntie went down to see Mrs Troyer in the evening.

Sat July 23. Fine Showery all day. I went over to Pa's for tea.

Sun July 24. Fine but hot and threatening. Uncle and Auntie at morning church. Uncle went for a walk and had tea at Willies, Auntie and I at evening church.

Mon July 25. Aunt Nellie went to Mr Wrights bush. I walked out to Thornhill in the evening.

Tue July 26. Fine and warm, Aunt Lizzie and Frances came. The girls and Annie Mason called in the evening.

Wed July 27. Very, hot, our people also Pa's finished haying Aunt Lizzie left, the girls here for tea then we went to the Station and up to Prayer Meeting.

Thur July 28. Rained, most of the day. Auntie picking berries in the evening, Uncle and Fred in Toronto.

Fri July 29. Fine day, We picked our first peas. Uncle and Aunt Nellie called at Mrs Charltons, the girls here in the evening and brought the ducks.

Sat July 30. Fine day. Auntie took a basket of peas to Mrs Teasdale, Aunt Mattie at Pa's in the evening.

Sun July 31. Very hot. Mr Luckhart and Pa called in the morning, Uncle at Mr Farrs. Aunt Nellie at morning Church. It rained a little, we went up to Willies for tea and I went to Concord Church in the evening.

Mon Aug 1. Fine Holiday. Aunties picking berries in the evening.

Tue Aug 2. Fine day, we were at home all day. Mrs Leasdale and Annie here for tea.

Wed Aug 3rd, Fine day. Mrs Troyer here all day, Maud and Miss Holland here for tea.

Thur Aug 4th. Fine day, Auntie at Mrs Langstaffs auxiliary meeting.

Fri Aug 5th. Fine day, We were at home, just moderately warm!

Sat Aug 6th. Fine day, quiet cool, I was up at Mary's in the evening, then I went for a little drive.

Sun Aug 7th. Fine day until about four O'Clock it came a {terrefei?} rain I was at Fisherville. Mr Whites also Lizzie here, Uncle, Aunt Mattie and I at morning church.

Mon Aug 8 Very civil, Uncle stole me for a drive up Yonge Street and we called at Bonds Lake.

Tue Aug 9, Fine day, we were at home quiet cool.

Wed Aug 10, A came a thunderstorm, the girls and I at Mrs Troyere to tea.

Thur Aug 11. Fine day, men cutting Oats, Harvard Clarke here.

Fri Aug 12. Fine, Aunt Nellie tooke a basket of peas to Mrs Troymere, Aunt Mattie over at Pa's

Sat Aug 13. Rained quiet heavily in the evening. Cool day.

Sun Aug 14. Fine and cool, Uncle Aunt Nellie and I at morning church, at Pa's for tea, called at Mr McDonalds

Mon Aug 15 - Finished cutting and put {brider?binder?} away at noon, I walked out at Thornhill in the evening.

Tue Aug 16. Rained and a frightful thunder storm in the afternoon. Uncle and Aunt Mattie out at Mr. Watome in the evening.

Wed Aug 17th. Fine day but still no harvesting, Uncle and Aunt Nellie up at Bonds Lake in the evening. did not go to Bonds Lake as no concert, Uncle and Auntie called at Mrs Dalziels.

Thur Aug 18. Fine day, and cool, no harvesting as it is too wet.

Fri Aug 19. Very cool, the men hauled in some barley.

Sat Aug 20. Rained heavily all night then turned chilly. We went to Bonds Lake but the Concert was called off.

Sun Aug 21. Fine but quiet {quite} warm, I went to Concord Church in the morning, then Uncle Aunt Mattie and I went in the evening.

Mon Aug 22. Rained in the morning then cleared. Miss Duncan and Heron also Annie here in the evening.

Tue Aug 23. Auntie went to help Alice to move, fine & cool.

Wed Aug 24. Fine day, and cool, I went to Prayer Meeting.

Thur Aug 25. Came a shower in the afternoon. I was over at Ma's, I went out to Thornhill in eve.

Fri Aug 26. Fine day, men got started hauling in. We had corn for tea. Auntie at Ma's in eve.

Sat Aug 27. Fine day, men hauling in, Aunt Nellie at Mary's in the evening. Beatrice Reaman died.

Sun Aug 28. Uncle and Aunt Nellie at morning church. I went to Fisherville, Uncle at Ma's for tea.

Mon Aug 29. Fine and cool, men hauling in. We went to Beatrice Reamans funeral.

Tue Aug 30. Men hauling in, We were at home all day.

Wed Aug 31. Fine day, I went to Prayers Meeting. Pa's are thrashing.

Thurs Sep 1. Fine day we thrashed, then came a heavy rain through the night.

Fri Sep 2, Raining and dull, Uncle and Auntie at Mrs Troymere in the evening.

Sat Sep 3, Find day, Aunt Mattie came home, came with {shoves in six?}.

Sun Sep 4, Fine day quiet out. Uncle Aunt Mattie and I at morning church, I went to Fisherville, we went to Lutheran opening at night. Mrs Robert {Clark?} called.

Mon Sep 5, Fine day. Labor Day.I went up to Richmond Hill with Uncle in the evening. girls called in the afternoon.

Tue Sep 6. The girls and Aunties at the Exhibition. Willie and Mary at the wedding. Our men thrashing at Mr Clarkes. Uncle at Pa's working, a fine day. Our harvest done except peas.

Wed Sep 7. Fine and warm, I went to church but no meeting. Our men at Pa's hauling peas.

Thurs Sep 8. Cold and dull, Uncle at the Exhibition, finished all Pa's harvest.

Fri Sep 9. Fred, {Alleroft?} left. Mick at the exhibition, I went up to Mary's for tea.

Sat Sep 10. Find and quiet warm, Lizzie here for tea.

Sun Sep 11. Very hot, Uncle Aunt Mattie and I at morning church, Pa's also Willies here for tea, we girls went for a walk past the station to see the James Bay workmen and teams.

Mon Sep 12. Fine day. Nellie helping to pull peas.

Tue Sep 13. Fine day, we cleaned our parlor and put up stove.

Wed Sep 14. We cleaned the mans room. Our men thrashing at Mr Hornes, I went to Prayer Meeting.

Thur Sep 15. Fine but very cold, Annie and Clara Teasdale here.

Fri Sep 16. Fine day a white frost this morning.

Sat Sep 17. Fine day quiet warm. Aunt Nellie went to Alices in the afternoon. Pa's men all here hauling peas Uncle poorly went to the Doctor at night.

Sun Sep 18. Warm and dull. Mr Bales and Tom Farr here to tea, came a shower in the afternoon.

Mon Sep 19 Fine day. Uncle and Aunt Mattie drove to Toronto Auntie went to Aunt Lizzies.

Tue Sep 20. Uncle in Toronto with hay, heavy thunder storm.

Wed Sep 21. A very heavy frost and a little ice, the first ice we have had, quiet cold all day. I went to Prayer Meeting.

Thur Sep 22. Fine day but cold, We were home. Uncle in Toronto.

Fri Sept 23. Fine day, Uncle in Toronto. Lizzie here in afternoon a while

Sat Sept 24. Fine Rained extremely heavy in the afternoon and evening. A regular deluge.

Sun Sep 25. Fine but threatening. We went to morning Church, at Pa's for a while in afternoon. Miss Duncan and Miss Heron here for tea.

Mon Sep 26. Fine day, we were at home all day.

Tue Sep 27. Fine and very warm, Uncle in Toronto,

Wed Sep 28. Fine and warm. Uncle in Toronto. Lizzie and I out helping to decorate, We went to Prayer Meeting

Thur Sep 29. Showery and very warm, fine evening. Uncle and Auntie and the girls out at Harvest Home.

Fri Sep 30. Fine but dreadful wind. I called at Mrs {Leasdales?} in the afternoon. . Up at Marys in the evening.

Sat Oct 1. Fine but windy, We were at home.

Sun Oct 2, Fine but dull, We went to morning Church. I went to Fisherville, at Pa's for tea, quiet cold.

Mon Oct 3. Fine but cold, Uncle cutting clover. Aunt Mattie came home Mrs McElroy came in the afternoon.

Tue Oct 4. Fine morning but came showers in the afternoon. Mrs McElroy and Aunt Nellie at Ma's for tea.

Wed Oct 5. Fine but cold. I went to Prayer Meeting.

Thur Oct. 6, Fine but cold, Auntie M at {W. A,?} Meeting.

Fri Oct 7. Fine day, I was at home, a very heavy frost.

Sat Oct 8. Rained all day lightly I went to stay with Lizzie

Sun Oct 9. Fi Very foggy and damp. Pa, Lizzie and I here for dinner. Lizzie and I up at Nellies in the evening. a dreadful rain. our people at Church.

Mon Oct 10. Fine untill evening it came a dreadful thunder storm, I came home. Very warm all day.

Tue Oct 11. Fine day, I went to Toronto on the noon car.

Wed Oct 12, Rained all day, I was at Alices. went out in evening

Thur Oct 13. Fine and milder, I was at Aunt Lizzies for dinner and in the afternoon walked up to Deer Park, picked green apples at home.

Fri Oct 14. Down town in the morning, in the afternoon I came home, beautiful day. started roots at noon

Sun Oct 15. Heavy frost but a beautiful day. and warm, Bert here helping to pull roots.

Sun {word bolded} Oct 16. Fine day lovely and warm. Uncle at Willies to dinner, Aunt Mattie and I at Fisherville. Uncle Aunt Nellie and I at evening church, out in fur alone.

Mon Oct 17. Fine day very warm, cleanred bed rooms and dining room, I walked out for parcels at night

Tue Oct 18. Very warm, finished roots at noon, we washed all up.

Wed. Oct 19. Fine and very, very warm. Aunties in Toronto. Mary and the children here all day. Aunt Mattie and I at a Lecture at Concord Church.

Thur Oct 20. Fine and still warm, Woodbridge Fair Day.

Fri Oct 21, Fine morning but heavy downpour at night. Papered our Hall {written in the space between two lines}. Lizzie here for tea and Annie in the evening.

Sat Oct 22. {ink smudge, appears like a partial fingerprint} A little colder and squawls of sleet. Pa's came over for apples. Auntie at Pa's for tea.

Sun Oct 23. Cold and a little Dull. Uncle and Aunt Mattie at Markham Village. Aunt Nellie rode out to morning church. -- I went to Fisherville. Annie here for tea.

Mon Oct 24 Fine but cold. We cleaned our coal stove and set it up.

Tue Oct 25, Fine day but cold. Uncle and Mr Farr at Bradford. Edd Charlton died.

Wed Oct 26. Very cold and coming squawls. Aunt Mattie in Toronto in the afternoon.

Thur Oct 27. {below the date, written in pencil: Star paper started.} Fine day but very very cold, quiet a little evening of snow on the ground this morning. Nomination at Thorn Hill. Uncle and I out at the {beneath the underlined words it reads in smaller writing: Mr Huff here} funeral, and Mary Watsons to tea

Fri Oct 28. Fine day and a little warmer, we were at Pa's in the evening.

Sat Oct 29. Fine day. I walked up to Mary's for a while in afternoon

Sun Oct 30. Fine but very cold. Uncle Aunt Mattie and I at Morning Church. I went to Fisherville. Uncle Aunt Nellie at evening Church.

Mon Oct 31. Hallow'een, we light coal stove. Mr Huff finished the pump. Mrs Clark here for grain.

Tue Nov 1. Fine day. We cleaned our kitchen

Wed Nov 2, Fine and quiet warm. I went to Mr Teasdales for tea, and then up to Prayer Meeting. Auntie went up to take the childrens mits. Got 3 1/4 {tun?} Coal.

Thur Nov 3, Fine and quiet mild. We Aunties at W. A. Election

Fri Nov 4. Fine and still warm, we were at home.

Sat Nov 5. Fine day a little colder, we were at home.

Sun Nov 6. Fine day, quiet cold. Uncle, Aunt Nellie and I at morning Church. Mr and Mrs Griffith here for the day. Pa's family also Willies all here for tea. (Ducks weighed 7-8. lbs.)

Mon Nov 7. Fine day, a very hard frost, the hardest yet.

Tue Nov 8. Fine day, cold. We were at home all day.

Wed Nov 9. Fine day, still colder, I went to Prayer Meeting. Aunt Nellie and I at Thornhill and called at Gallanoughs.

Sold our chickens at 60cts a pair yesterday.

Thur Nov 10. Fine day, Men just able to plough in the afternoon Aunt Mattie took a pair of chickens to Mr Gibsons'

Fri Nov 11. Fine but hard frozen could not plough. Uncle, and Aunt Mattie drove down to Toronto, had tea at Aunt L.

Sat Nov 12. Very high wind but a little milder. dreadful dust, we made our plumb Pudding. Could not plough.

Sun Nov 13. Milder, did not go to morning church. I went to Fisherville. Uncle, Aunt Mattie and I at evening church. dreadful wind & dust

Mon Nov 14. Milder the men are ploughing, I was at Ma's for a while, Mrs Gibson walked out to call. W. Johnsns brought six turkeys. {hive?} weight 11 cts

Tue Nov 15. Fine day. Mick went to Richmond Hill ploughing Match, Uncle and Aunties at Mr Gibsons to spend the evening.

Wed Nov 16. Fine day a little colder, Maudie {Tee?} here for tea then {between lines it reads: J. Phillips married.} we went to Prayer Meeting men done all but sod ploughing

Thur Nov 17. Thanks Giving. Auntie at Church, & at Pas in the evening. Mick ploughed his garden, Uncle at Thornhill.

Fri Nov 18, Fine day, we had Annie and Lizzie also Marjorie and Charlie here for tea. Very cold.

Sat Nov 19. Fine day. Uncle in Toronto. Tom Farr came home with him. Mild again. Mick is ploughing, came thunder but no rain.

Sun Nov 20. Fine day and very mild, I went to Fisherville then Aunt Mattie and I walked to Thornhill in the evening got up a tremenduous wind, Uncle took Tom home.

Mon Nov 21. Fine day mild, I was at Pa's in the evening.

Tue Nov 22, Fine day but colder, we were at home,

Wed Nov 23. Fine day but windy I went to Prayer Meeting.

Thur Nov 24. Fine day, cold, we were at home

Fri Nov 25. Very cold, the last day for ploughing. Lizzie here Uncle, L and I went out for the clock, Annie Leasdale here for tea. and Charlie here in the eve.

Sat Nov 26. {below the date it reads: Cistern dry.} Mrs Keffer and edith also Mr Oaley here. very very cold. Mick went home in the morning.

Sun Nov 27. Fine but cold. Uncle and Aunt Nellie at morning Church, I went to Fisherville, we went over to Pas in eve

Mon Nov 28. Fine but still cold. We moved our stove in at noon Willie and Mercy here for tea, Miss Duncans here in the evening. Our cistern went dry on Saturday

Tue Nov 29, Fine and mild. Uncle shot pigeons for Lizzie.

Wed Nov 30. Fine but cold, Aunt Mattie went down to Aunt Lizzies. I went to Prayer Meeting. Uncle and Auntie at Willies came a little shiff of snow. Lizzie in Toronto bringing her furs.

Thur Dec 1. Fine day but cold, Aunt Nellie and Lizzie at W. A, at Mrs Gibsons. Annie and Lizzie here for tea.

Fri Dec 2, Fine but cold. Mr Prentice here for dinner, I went over to the practice at school.

Sat Dec 3, Fine and cold, Auntie also Minnie and little Charlie came out on the 5:40 car, Annie and Lizzie over in the evening.

Sun Dec 4 Fine but cold, We all went to Pa's to spend the day.

Mon Dec 5. Fine day, we were at home, Annie and Lizzie here in the morning.

Tue Dec 6. Fine, Minnie left in the morning train, I went up to Mary's for tea.

Wed Dec 7. Fine day but quiet cold, Uncle and I went for a little drive.

Thurs Dec 8. Fine with exeption of a squawl, very high wind, Pa's are butchering, We brought Marjorie home.

Fri Dec 9. Very, very cold but a fine day, we butchered four pigs for ourselves, and one for Willies -

Sat Dec 10. Fine day, very cold, down to 6 below zero, {name?} and I went to state for a while at Ms {Teasdales?}.

Sun Dec 11. Find and cold, a little light snow falling, Uncle and Aunt Mattie at morning church & went to {Fisherville?}. Uncle and Aunt Nellie at evening church,

Mon Dec 12. Snowing a little all day, quick {?} & went to Toronto, in the evening I was down helping Miss Duncan to make paper flowers, Mick here.

Tue Dec 13. Fine day, just a little flurry of snow. quiet cold.

Wed Dec 14. Fine day, a little milder, I went to Prayer meeting Auntie over at {?}, Uncle in Toronto,

Thur Dec 15, Fine day, Aunties in Toronto, Mrs Bartham here to spend the day,

Fri Dec 16, Fine day, we were at home, Uncle at Markham. Village in the evening.

Sat Dec 17. Fine day and much milder, I was at pa's for a while in the afternoon, Uncle in Toronto.

Sun Dec 18. Very fine bright day. Uncle and Aunt Mattie and I at evening church, I went to Fisherville. Mrs Clark and the children also Annie and Lizzie here in eve.

Mon Dec 19. Fine day, Mick came out, I went up to help to decorate the School house also the rest of the other girls.

Tue Dec 20. Snowed most of the day. Uncle in Toronto, Auntie went down to town for a short time.

Wed Dec 21. Fine day, up to the school at night decorating, some cutters out but not very good sleighing.

Thur Dec 22. Fine day but mild, Auntie and I out to decorate went at ten and stayed till four. Uncle, Aunt Nellie and I at the School Concert.

Fri Dec 23. Very Mild the snow nearly all gone and sloppy. Mick went home in the afternoon. Snow gone. Mick went home. Uncle and Aunt Mattie went to decorate in the afternoon. Snow gone. Mick left.

Sat Dec 24. Fine but very cold, all frozen up clean. I went over to Pa's and up to Willies in the afternoon.

Sun Dec 25. Fine day, but dreadfully cold and windy. Uncle and Aunties at Church, Annie and Lizzie here for tea.

Mon Dec 26. Dull and threatening rain;;; we all spent the day at Pa's, rained at night.

Tue Dec 27. Raining most of the day, very icy. Got some soft water, I was at home all day.

Wed Dec 28. Fine but very, very windy. Aunt Nellie in Toronto, home in the evening.

Thur Dec 29, Fine day but windy, the girls called in the afternoon, I was out in the evening.

Fri Dec 30, Fine day, a little milder, I was out in the evening. Uncle and Aunt Mattie at Mr Watsons in the evening.

Sat Dec 31. Very, very mild. The roads all sloppy. I went down to Ms Teasedales for tea.

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PRINCE GEORGE.

{The following musical lyrics are accompanied by piano notes on four different lines, written in treble clef - refer to document for actual sheet music} 1. Where-e'er our wand'-ring sons may roam, Bri - tan - nia guards the o - cean And, safe, a - broad they all may fare, When - e'er they take the no - tion: For this let's thank our jol - ly tars Whose cour - age nev - er fails, And best of all who sail the blue Is gal-lant George of Wales. {Sheet music ends here}

CHORUS: Welcome, O son of the King ! List to the song that we sing. Hail, gallant son of the ocean ! List to the song that we sing ! Glory and power attend thee, Thrice noble son of the King. Joyfully now we acclaim thee, Loud let the welkin ring ! Proudly and gladly we greet thee, Welcome, O son of the King !


2 The men who sail the briny deep, Maintaing Britain's glory, Have rais'd the flag in ev'ry clime- Full well we know the story: They count no cost, but straightway go Wherever duty hails, And the noblest Prince who sails the seas Is gallant George of Wales.

3 The soldier bold in every land Is honored by his nation ; In war he nobly plays his part, Whatever be his station ; But on the deas we have no peers, And not a nation fails To envy us such a sailor men As gallant George of Wales.

Sheet music copies of the above song may be obtained by remitting 40 cents to Messrs, Gourlay, Winter & Leeming. 189 Yonge Street, Toronto.

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Mary Agnes "Aggie" Cooper, “Mary Agnes "Aggie" Cooper Diary, 1904,” Rural Diary Archive, accessed March 2, 2024, https://ruraldiaries.lib.uoguelph.ca/transcribe/items/show/362.

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