William Henry Arkell Diary, 1908-1915

Title

William Henry Arkell Diary, 1908-1915

Creator

William Henry Arkell

Source

Courtesy of Bruce County Museum and Cultural Centre

Date

1908-1915

Type

English

Coverage

20th Century, Bruce County, Culross Township, Ontario

Date Created

September 19, 1908

Medium

Scanned Manuscript

Transcription

1908

Sept 19th I took{Herbesh?} to meet the tram at mild may this morning. I attended meeting of {Agriculture Society?} this afternoon. Geo has been away all day

20 Lizzie & I were at church this morning Miss Rattie came home with us. We all went up to the school house this afternoon to hear Miss Rattie's address I drove her after Sunday School

21 George wat at Me Culloughs thrashing I have been {chormg?}

22 Geo at Wm Armstrong's thrashing I took some wheat to town and brought home some lumber

23 Geo & I have been laying tiles and filling in ditch

24 Geo has been at Ges Armstrong thrashing. I finished ditch this morning and went to town this afternoon

25 Geo at Ges Armstrong's thrashing until noon we were taking up potatoes this afternoon I took two rams up to Biter Arkell & Sins this evening

Sept 26 We were taking up potatoes this morning, Geo was covering {pit} harrowing ground etc this afternoon I took Bessie's truck to town and attended a sale of cattle at the King {Edwam?}Thrashers came this evening

27 Children's day at Sunday School our School {meet} with the Knox church school in Teeswater, had a large attendance

28 We were thrashing today, It rained nearly all day. Bessie left for Toronto

29 Have been thrashing until noon Gus has been at Mr Button's thrashing this afternoon

30 Geo was at Button's thrashing until noon and was drawing out manure this afternoon, I have been at Ripley show Thos Arkell went with me Called to see Mrs Moffat coming home

Oct 1st Geo drawing out manure I have been sorting sheep etc some snow fell this evening

2 We have been drawing out manure

Oct 3 Have been lifting potatoes this morning George has been drawing out maure this afternoon and I have been to town

4 Annie and I were at chruch this morning and I was at Sunday School this afternoon

5 George is away to-day I have been cutting wood + other odd jobs

6 This is the first day of Tesswater show, I have been in town all day helping in the Hall

7 We were all at Teeswater show, Th was the best show ewe ever had the gate recepts were $417.05

8 I went to town this morning with a load of chop and Lizzie, Helen + I went to Shielfield this afternoon

9 Geo has been ploughing, Lizzie, Helen + I meet four cattle at the school house on the eigth this orning, I have been putting the cattle in the stable this afternoon

10 George ploughing. I have been choring Robt Ballough was here this afternoon and bought a ram lamb. Lizzie, Annie + Helen were at town this afternoon

Oct 11 I went to Sunday School this afternoon. Mrs Moffat died this {forenoon?}

12 George ploughing, I have been choring + {rooting?} this morning. We moved the stove in at noon

13 Geo has been ploughing. I have been choring

14 Geo ploughin. Lizzie Annie + Helen went to town this afternoon. I took a load of chop to town this afternoon

15 Geo ploughin. Lizzie Annie + Helen went to Walkerton. I have been cutting wood, cleaning out {wool?} house etc

16 Geo finished ploughing field and started to pick appels. I took morning train to Guelph to buy ram from Henry Arkell came home evening train, bought {wip} shearling ram, 1st prize ram at Toronto

17 Picking appels all day Annie, Lizzie + Helen were at town this afternoon

18 Lizzie + I were at church this morning Rev Mr Hazard preached ({Agn?} for Bible Society)Annie went to church this afternoon

Oct

{18 continued from previous page} and I went to sunday school

19 Geo + I finished picking appels

20 We started mangels to-day, Lizzie Annie + Helen visited at McKee's this afternoon. I took a load of chop to town this afternoon and brought {hl?} ram + roosters home. The apple packers came this afternoon

21{?} We have been drawing in mangels {canned?creamed?Camish?} McCullogh has been helping us Grey cow freshened

22 Have been drawing in mangels. I went to Mrs Copeland's sale this afternoon. Lizzie and Helen went to town with me and spent the afternoon at Mrs Forsyths

23 Finished mangels 50 loads and started to top white turnips. I took apples to town this afternoon

24 Raining some all day. Boys working in root house. Lizzie + I were at church this afternoon. Edwin Tolton called to see rams this morning

25 Lizzie + I were at church this morning it was communion. I went to Sunday School this afternoon

Oct

26 Geo + Camish have been working at turnips I have been scrutineer at Goodfellows for P.H. McKenzie McKenzie received 65 votes + Donnelly 29. Lizzie, Annie + Helen were at town this afternoon

27 We have been working at turnips all day

28 We have been working at turnips Lizzie Annie + Helen attended thank offering meeting this afternoon at Knox Church

29 We finished turnips today 25 loads the poorest chop {crop?} we ever had

30 It has been snowing off and on all day Geo + I have been choring this morning Geo was splitting wood this afternoon. Lizzie Helen + I drove to Teeswater + to Shielfield.

31 Geo ploughing. I have been choring and went to town this afternoon

Nov 1 Annie + I went to church this morning + I attended Sunday School this afternoon this is the last Sunday for Sunday School

2 Geo ploughing. I have been choring + J Colom dehorned 14 cattled this afternoon have been cleaning furnace pipes, went to town this evening for new stovepipe elbo

Nov

3 Geo ploughing. I have been choring + fixing stable for loose cattle. A heifer choaked on an apple this afternoon and we had to send for J. {Colorm} V. S.

4 The ground is white with snow this morning. We have been getting the cattle in loose Geo was ploughing this afternoon + Lizzie and I went to Teeswater

5 Geo ploughing. Jas Donaldson came for a ram lamb + John Aitken bought one too + was here for dinner. Agnes + Jean Inglis, Mrs E Lucis + Mss J Ritchie were here this afternoon + for tea

6 We were choring + fililng up a load of chop this morning. Geo was ploughing this afternoon + I took a load of chop to town

7 Geo ploughing. I have been choring this morning + went to town this afternoon Mr John Gordon was buried this afternoon

8 Annie + went to church this morning Annie stand in + I went in for her this evening

9 Thanksgiving, Geo plough I have

Nov been choring this morning + ploughing this afternoon. John + Jean Inglis came over this afternoon + they + Annie + I went in to hear Mr Bengangh in the PResbyterian church

10 Geo ploughing I went to town this morning + was ploughing this afternoon. John Aitken came for his lamb this morning

11 We were bedding sheep from this morning and ploughin this afternoon

12 Annie + were at town this morning and brought helen home a high-chair Geo was drawing out manure I have been setting hurdles in sheep yard + getting in sheep this afternoon

13 Geo drawing out manure I have been choring + cutting wood Ballagh came for his lamb

14 We were drawing in straw this morning + Liz I went to town this afternoon. Geo was drawing out manure this afternoon

15 Lizzie + I went to church this morning there were a few had their cutters out

16 Have been choring + was over to see Mr Buttons lambs this morning. Walter Jenson's started to work this morning

Nov {16 continued from previous page} I was at John Hill's sale this afternoon with the cutter

17 Walter + Geo have been drawing in pea straw to the sheep barn this morning and I went to see Angus McKenzie about cutting straw. The men were cutting wood this afternoon + Lizzie, Helen + I drove over to Shielfield

18 Geo went to town this morning with a load of chop. Walter + I have been choring and this afternoon we have been bording up the end of sheep pen. Andrew {Dutsler? Detzler?} came for Geo this evening.

19 Walter + I have been choring + making sheep rack, fixing pens etc.

20 We have been ploughing sod, the weather is quite warm, almost like spring. Heifer Freshened

21 Walter ploughing, I have been choring and went to town this afternoon. Warm.

22 Annie, Walter + I went to church this morning

23 We have been ploughing all-day. E. Smith bough{t} {hn? - this has appeared before, maybe a unit of measurement} two fat cows from me

24 Ploughing nearly all day. Mrs + Mrs Inglis were here this afternoon. Warm

Nov 25. Walter + I have been ploughing mangol ground. It has been very warm all day. rained for a while this afternoon

..26. We have been ploughing all day. Very windy

..27. Walter has been ploughing. I have been choring this morning and Annie + I have been to town this afternoon

28 Have been choring this morning. Walter was ploughing this afternoon. I have been attending Farmers Institute this afternoon + Evening. Took tea at Dr. Gillis' The delegation was Dr {Standroh?} R.R. Elott + Miss Yates we had good meetings

29 Lizzie + I went to church this morning {ram?] Lamb came home with us + I took him in this evening. Anniversery Service in Methodist Ch

30 Walter + I took two fat cows to Mildmay this morning. It has been raining nearly all day This afternoon I attended F I meetings in Belmore took tea at Shielfield + came home sick. Thunder this afternoon

Dec 1 Have been in bed all day. Walter choring

..2 Was up for a while to-day. Walter went to town with a load of chop this afternoon. Robb McKee was over for a while this afternoon

1908

Dec 3. Have been up nearly all day. It has been snowing the last three days.

.4 Walter has been choring and drawing wood into woodshed + cellar. John S Inglis came over this afternoon + staid for tea, he took lights {bouble} harness home with him.

5 Walter choring. Annie went to town this afternoon

6 Walter went to church this morning and out to JAs Donaldsons after church

7th Walter choring + filling up chop, I have been helping a little while to-day. Storming

8 Walter went to town with a load of chop this afternoon, I was choring some

9th I drove up to D. McDonalds to see Joe Murry about cutting straw then took Lizzie + Helen for a little cutter ride {meat? as in meet or neat?] Agnes + Jean Inglis coming over, Walter + I were cleaning up wheat this afternoon Smith Mc Lean called this morning

10 I took a load of wheat to town this morning and brought home 500 lbs of flour We were cleaning wheat this afternoon

1908

Dec 11 I took a load of wheat to town this morning + brought home 475 lbs of flour. Walter + Robt McCullough have gone to Salam this evening

12 We have been choring + putting wood into celer

13 Annie, Walter + I went to church this morning

14 We have been drawing out manure from the loose cattle pen. Robt McKee brought the old ram home + took his too ewes home

15 Walter + O have been drawing out manure Lizzie, Helen + I drove to Shielfield this afternoon Walter wentto Salem this evening to an oyster Supper Bible society collectors were here

16 Walter + I were drawing out manure finished cleaning out loose cattle pens

17 Walter drawing out manure this morning + I drove over to the 10{th} to see Joe Murry. We were putting up storm doors + splitting wood this afternoon

18 We have been choring this morning + cutting wood this afternoon, I attended club meeting this evening Mr {Klimh?} from OAC spoke on grain growing

19. Choring this morning, I went to see J Murry we here cutting wood this afternoon Mr Inglis Called

20 Annie Walter,+ I went to church this morning

21 I have been helping Lizzie pluck chickens this morning, We were drawing in wood + filling up a load of chop this afternoon

22 I went to town with load this morning and brought home chair from Toronto also coaloil {L}izzie, Helen, + I drove over to Shielfield this afternoon + I attended A. N. Darling's sale

23 Walter took load of chop to town this morning + we were drawing pea straw into sheep barn this afternoon

24 We have been cutting wood to-day Bessie came home this afternoon

25 Agnes, Jean + John Inglis came over this afternoon and spent the evening with us

26 We have been choring + putting cutting wood into furnace seller, Geo Deitzler was here this afternoon

27 Lizzie, Walter + I went to church this morning. Storming this afternoon

1909

January 7th. Walter drawing out manure I have been choring this morning and Lizzie, Annie, Helen + I spent part of afternoon + evening at Wm Armstrongs. Horses went over bridge with Walter.

8th Mr Lamb was here for dinner then he + I drove to Holyrood to attend Farmers Institute meeting,. We had good meetings.

9th Mr Lamb + I spent last night with John Purves then drove to Lucknow for afternoon meeting there, after which we came home. John + Jean Inglis were here this afternoon

10th Lizzie, Walter + I went to church this morning

11th Walter drawing out manure I was choring this morning + went to town this afternoon

12 Walter drawing out manure this morning and went to town this afternoon with a load of chop, Lizzie, Helen + I were at Shielfield this afternoon

..13 We have been cutting wood today. Lizzie Annie + Helen drove to town this afternoon

14 Walter has been choring + putting wood in the celler I have been away buying cattle

{continued from previous page} bought 9 heifers from Joe Gamble for $337.50. $10.00 Paid went to town this afternoon

17 Lizzie + I went to church this morning and Mr + Mrs Inglis came home with us for dinner they + Annie + I went to church this evening Rev Mr Knowles preached anniverery services on the fiftieth anniversery

18 Walter + I were drawing out manure this morning + drawing pea straw to sheep barn this afternoon. Joe Gamble came with 9 cattle this morning + was here for dinner. I went up to Thos Arkell's this evening to get the report of Sunday School

19 Walter has been choring + splitting wood he took Annie to town this afternoon she is staying in to the social gathering at knox church. I have been on sick list to-day

20 Walter choring + splitting wood I have been thawing out water pipes in kitchen this morning and went to see Joe Myer about cutting straw + filed saw this afternoon

1909 Walter chorning + putting wood in celler I attended Agriculture Society Annual meeting this afternoon. Was appointed Present

..22 . Walter choring. I went to town this afternoon and called at Alex McKague's to get Annual seport of school signed. Walter has gone to Salemthis evening

23 Walter choring, I went to town this afternoon

24 We all staid at home to-day

25 Walter choring. I attended annual meeting of Knox Presbyterian Church this afternoon They appointed me a member of the managing board

26 Walter choring this morning + I was fixing up the wagon to draw gravel. We started to draw gravel for the silo this afternoon

27 We have been drawing gravel to day Annie went to town this afternoon

28 We have been drawing gravel with two teams this afternoon Thomas Arkell was helping us fill. It has been a beautiful day. good {wheeling}

29 We were unloading gravel + fixing up wagon this morning. This afternoon Walter was choring

and I went to town, then went out buying cattle bought 1 cow from Perkins 1 cow + {cald? calf?} and 1 heifer from T. P. McDonald and 1 cow + 2 heifers from Alf Rose. Snowing all day

30 Storming all day. I went over to buy Robt McKee's cattle this morning, but did not buy. T. P. McDonald brought the cow and was here for a load of chop, and I went to see Robt McCullough's cattle but did not buy

Feb 1st 31st Lizzie + I went to church this morning

Feb 1st I bought 3 cattle from S. Wallace + went to Jas Moffat's cow this morning, Walter and I were cutting wood this afternoon

2 Bought a heifer from McKay Bro's this morning. took dinner at Archie Tolton's + went to Jas Colter's sale.

3 Have been working in root house this morning + cutting wood this afternoon. Annie went to town this afternoon. Leslie + Jas Walker were down this evening

4 We were fixing manure sleigh this morning

and cutting wood this afternoon. Lizzie, Annie + Helen went to Shielfield this afternoon

{6 reworked to a 5} Walter choring. Cleaning out hen house splitting wood etc. I went to town this afternoon. Raining


6 Walter choring + cleaning cattle I went to town this afternoon to bed car + put in hay. Robert Button came out this morning and bought a heifer

7 Annie, Walter + I went to church this morning Good wheeling

8 I shipped a load of cattle to Herbert this morning, 14 out of our own stable + 10 I bought Bought 4 steers from A Shafbuch this afternoong Wm Kirkland + his Brother-in-law Mr Wilson was here this afternoon to buy a horse

..9 Walter was drawing out manure from the stable I left for Toronto this afternoon to attend the Fairs Association. S Brill was married to day at 1130 to Miss M McNaughton

10.11 Spendt in Toronto. attending meetings

12 Came home from Toronto this afternoon {Drermain?} was here to see fat cattle

18 I went down to Wm Armstrongs this morning for a load oats + Barley

Walter went to town this afternoon with a load of chop. I went to church + took tea at Mr R.E. Little's sold {Queen} to Mr {Rentsol} of Wingham over the phone

14. Lizzie + I went to church this morning communion service stormy

15 I took {Queen} to Wingham. Sleighing in pretty good again

16th We were drawing pea straw to sheep barn this morning. Walter was drawing out manure this afternoon and Lizzie, Helen + I went to Shielfiel, It has been snowing hard all afternoon

17 Walter drawing out manure, I was choring this morning and went to town this afternoon for a load of bran .. First lamb this morning

18 We were drawing home wood + filling up chop this morning. Walter was drawing home wood this afternoon + I went to town with a load of chop

19. We were choring this morning + went for two loads of ceder posts this afternoon to Jas Thompson I attended Farmers Club meeting this evening


20 Walter drawing out manure. I attended

agricultural Soceity meeting this afternoon

21st Lizzie, Walter + I went to church this morning

22 Walter drawing out manure. Lizzie + I went to Walkerton to-day. Lizzie was getting some teeth filled

23 I have been choring Walter was drawing out manure.

24 Lizzie, Helen + I went to Shielfield for dinner I went to W.H. Webbers sale this afternoon and bought a pure bred cow for sixty dollers

25th Walter choring + drawing out manure I took cutter up to Wm Armstrong's this morning and attended his sale this afternoon, bought four cattle, gravel box + set of whiffler trees

26 Walter choring and drawing out manure I went down to Webbers for the cow took dinner at Shielfield on my way home

27 Walter drawing out manure I went to town this afternoon + bought 1 steer from W {Teuyler?}+ 1 steer from The Missis Dobson

28 Lizzie + Walt I went to church this morning

March 1st Walter drawing out manure I took a load of {mowing?} to town for Wm Armstrong this morning + Lizzie, Annie, Helen + I went to Shielfield this evening. Annie went to Walkerton this morning

2 {?st?} Walter drawing out manure I went to town this morning and attended Geo {McEevers? McLeans?}sale. bought 3 ram lambs + sold them again for 50{?unit - c?} per head more. also bought a ladder

3rd

4th

5th

6th A beautiful day. Robert McKee came over this afternoon and helped Walter draw some clover hay in for the sheep. Agnes + Jean came over this afternoon. Will in bed all day.

7th Sabbath. No one goes to church to-day. Will still no better. Saw McCulloch's passing to church and asked them to call + send out the Dr. He came directly and prescribed for La Grippe

8th Walter busy with the chores. Annie went to town this afternoon. Will still in bed.

and I went to town, then went out buying cattle bought 1 cow from Perkins 1 cow + {cald} and 1 heifer from T.P. McDonald and 1 cow + 2 heifers from Alf Rose. {Snowing? Sowing?} all day

30 Storming all day. I went over to buy Robt McKee's cattle this morning, but did not buy. T. P. McDonald brought the cow and was here for dinner. Walter went to town this afternoon for a load of chop, and I went to see Robt McCullough's cattle but did not buy

Feb 1st 31st Lizzie + I went to church this morning

Feb 1st I bought 3 cattle from S. Wallace + went to Jas Moffat's cow this morning. Walter and I were cutting wood this afternoon

. 2 Bought a heifer from McKay Bro's this morning. took dinner at Archie Tolton's + went to Jas Colter's sale

. 3 Have been working in root house this morning + cutting wood this afternoon. Annie went to town this afternoon. Leslie + Jas Walker were down this evening

4 We were fixing manure sleigh this morning

Feb and cutting wood this afternoon. Lizzie, Annie + Helen went to Shielfield this afternoon

{6 turned into a 5} Walter choring, cleaning out hen house splitting wood etc. I went to town this afternoon. Raining

6 Walter choring + cleaning cattle I went to town this afternoon to bed car + put in hay. Robert Button came out this morning and bought a heifer

7 Annie, Walter + I went to church this morning. Good Wheeling.

8 I shipped a load of cattle to Herbert this morning, 13 out of our own stable + 10 I bought Bought 4 steers from A Shafbuch this afternoon Wm Kirkkland + his Brother-in-law Mr Wilson was her this afternoon to buy a horse

9 Walter was drawing out manure from the stable I left for Toronto this afternoon to attend the Fairs Association. S. Brill was married to day at 1130 to Miss M McNaughton

10.11 Spent in Toronto attending meetings

12 Came home from Toronto this afternoon {Drermain?} was here to see fat cattle

13 I went down to Wm Armstrongs this morning for a load oats + Barley

Walter went to town this afternoon with a load of chop. I went to church + took tea at R. E. Little's sold Queen to Mr Rentool of Wingham over the phone

14 Lizzie + I went to church this morning communion service stormy

15 I took Queen to Wingham. Sleighing in pretty good again

16th We were drawing pea straw to sheep barn this morning. Waalter was drawing out manure this afternoon and Lizzie, Helen and I went to Shielfield, It has been snowing hard all afternoon

17 Walter drawing out manure, I was choring this morning and went to town this afternoon for a load of bran.

18 We were drawing home wood + filling up chop this morning. Walter was drawing home wood this afternoon + I went to town with a load of chop

19 We were choring this morning + went for two loads of ceder posts this afternoon to Jas Thompson I attended Farmers Club meeting this evening

20 Walter drawing out manure. I attended

1909

Feb agricultural Society meeting this afternoon

21st Lizzie, Walter + I went to church this morning.

22 Walter drawing out manure. Lizzie + I went to Walkerton to-day. Lizzie was getting some teeth filled.

23 I have been choring Walter was drawing out manure.

24 Lizzie, Helen + I went to Shielfield for dinner I went to W.H. Webbers' sale this afternoon and bought a pure bred cow for sixty dollers

25th Walter choring + drawing out manure I took cutter up to Wm Armstrong's this morning and attended his sale this afternoon, bought four cattle, gravel box + set of whiffle trees

26 Walter choring and drawing out manure I went down to Webbers for the cow took dinner at Shielfield on my way home.

27 Walter drawing out manure I went to town this afternoon + bought 1 steer from W. {Teyler?}+ 1 steer from The Missis Dobson

28 Lizzie + Walt I went to church this morning

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Citation

William Henry Arkell, “William Henry Arkell Diary, 1908-1915,” Rural Diary Archive, accessed April 14, 2024, https://ruraldiaries.lib.uoguelph.ca/transcribe/items/show/439.

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