Olive Philp Diary, 1921

Title

Olive Philp Diary, 1921

Creator

Olive Philp

Source

Courtesy of Private Donor

Date

1921

Language

English

Coverage

20th Century, Wellington County, Maryborough Township, Ontario

Date Created

January 1, 1921

Medium

Scanned Manuscript

Transcription

Daily Journal 1921

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Dominion Diary

Daily Journal

FOR

1921

PUBLISHED ANNUALLY BY

THE COPP, CLARK COMPANY, LIMITED

495-517 WELLINGTON ST. WEST, TORONTO

CALENDER FOR 1921

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-Diary for 1921-

NOTES FOR 1921


New Year's day............Saturday, Jan. 1st.


Epiphany..................Thursday, Jan. 6th.


Ash Wednesday.............Wednesday, Feb. 9th.


Quadragesima, 1st Sunday in Lent, Sunday Feb. 13th.


St.David's day............March 1st.


St.Patrick's Day..........March 17th.


Palm Sunday...............March 20th.


Lady Day..................March 25th.


Good Friday...............Friday, March 25th.


Easter Sunday.............March 27th.


St.George's Day...........April 23rd.


Holy Thursday.............May 5th.


Pentecost. Whitsunday.............May 15th.


Trinity Sunday....................May 22nd.


Victoria Day......................May 24th.


Birth of King George V (1865) June 3rd.


Midsummer Day.....................June 24th.


Dominion Day......................Friday, July 1st.


Labor Day........................Monday, Sept. 5th.


Michaelmas Day...................Sept. 29th.


All Saints' Day..................Nov. 1st.


St.Andrew's Day..................Nov. 30th.


Conception Day...................Dec. 8th.


Christmas Day....................Sunday, Dec. 5th.

MEMORANDA FROM 1920

MEMORANDA FROM 1920

January === NEW YEAR's DAY (Dominion) === SATURDAY, 1

Home all day.

Very foggy and mild turning to rain in the evening.

Sunday 2

Back to Church at night. Dull and high wind all day. A big thaw. Roads almost bare.

MONDAY, 3

Choring and new to note in p.m.; a sled is some good; is afternoon and Brock maked list. Beautiful bright mild day like spring.

TUESDAY, 4

Done chores. Brought to town in stopping with a leg of chop. I down to school in afternoon. Fine and quite mild.

WEDNESDAY, 5

Done chores, chopping at bunch in afternoon; Mrs. Clark Walker here in p.m. Colder with flurries of snow & sulk.

Thursday, 6 1921

Done chores in morning. At bush in afternoon. Beautiful bright day. Lottie here in afternoon.


Friday, 7 1921

Men at bush in afternoon. Choring and chopping in morning Mrs. Jewel, Georgie & Edna here for tea. Mr and M. {Qsooe?} called in evening. arill and mild


Saturday, 8 1921

Choring in forenoon. At bush in afternoon. Beautifull bright spring day: windy at night.

Brock to church at night. Beautiful bright day.

Choring, chopping and dress {illegible} corns. At bush in afternoon. Beautiful bright day.

Done chored. Da cleaned her house. Brock to town for spark plugs.At bush in afternoon. Colder with flurries of snow

Done chores. At bush in afternoon. Mother & I to town in afternoon. Flurries of snow and much colder to. wardo night:

Done chores and shating in the morning. Gave a bath to Bub. Rode sale in the afternoon up to the shop. Fine but rather dull.

Done chores. Brought fork mother to the morning train. She went to Guelph. Sniping and number in the afternoon. Mild and light falls of soft snow.

Done chores & brook chopping. Went to town at night. Very stormy morning but fine afternoon after.

January 1921 Sunday, 16 Home all day. Storming hard, quite then wind went to west about five o’clock, and very stormy night. - high wind.

Monday, 17 One choreo. At bush in afternoon. Fine but very cold north wind.

Tuesday, 18 One choreo. Drifted potatoe in afternoon and got kerosene oil. Fine but frosty and calm.


Wendnesday, 19 Fine change. Black frost, rather sharp. Low train. She home again fine 8:15 in the men at lunch in afternoon. Raw cold easterly wind and stormy at times turning to hail at night.

Florence Hefkey here for tea. Colder and very stormy at times.

Done chores and drawing out manure. Bright but very frosty with cold north wind.

Done chores and drawing out manure in morning. Helping Jack Kill a beef in afternoon. Brock down to see Willie Mosser in evening. Bright and frosty.

Done chores and drawing out manure to other place. I to tomn in forenoon. Bright and frosty.

Done chores and drawing out manure. Brock to meet Billie on night train. Beautifl day.

Brock took mother and father to morning train. They gone to Chatsworth. Done chores and chopping. Sadie Retta and Mervin came in afternoon and stayed for tea. Hoshel here in afternoon here in evening. Mrs. Henderson called. Fine and bright.

Brock done chores and chopping. BIllie & I to town in afternoon. Rather dull and very mild. Joyce Siffen 3 yr. old.

Brock to town at night. Billie up to Sam's in afternoon. Bright and colder.

Brock done chores, sifted ashes and chopping in afternoon. Down to meet the {illegible} train. Mother & father came home from Chatsworth.. Quite bright and much colder. N.E. x 3/4 N.

Done chores and drawing out manure Billie & I to town in afternoon and at the picture shows at night.. Brock up to Harry's to see sick norse. Dull and mild.

Done chores, choppong % cleanind hen pens. I took BIllie to morning train. Brock at Chas Shneider'd sale in afternoon. I over to Nod's for tea. Brock over in evening. Snowy and cold wind

Done chores and at bush in afternoon. Snowy and quite cold wind.

Done chores. At bush in afternoon. Milder and bright.

Done chores and at bush in afternoon. I down to see Willie Mosser in afternoon. Brock & I to town at night. Beautiful bright day.

Brock to church at night. Bright morning but dull in afternoon.

Done chores and at bush in afternoon. Dr. Ferrier here to see mother. She has a very bad cold. Lizzie Hifeborn here in evening. Snowy at times but mild.

Done chores and drawing out manure. Beautiful bright day & colder.

Done chores and finished drawing out manure. Dr. Ferrier called. Brock to town at night. Sleet and hail in night. Dull day. Everything icy.

Brock to Moorefield with {7?} pigs in forenoon. Chopping in afternoon. Cold east wind, snowed in night.

Done Chores in morning and killed beef in afternoon. Fine but cold.

Done chores. Brock to town with 2 qts {7?} beef in afternoon and brought home a load on coal. Fine and bright. Snowy in evening. Willie Mosser died. Da down in evening

Brock to church at night. Fine day

Done chores. Willie Mosser’s funeral in afternoon. Brock a pal bearer. Packed the beef in afternoon. Fine but cool west wind.

Done chores and Da cleaning hen pens. Brock to town with two loads of logs in afternoon. Beautiful bright mild day. like spring

Done chores and drawing up logs from bush. Sleighing about done. Thawing very fast. Looking like rain. Quite a shower about five o’clock

Done chores and chopping. At bush in afternoon. I down to M. {Euing’s?} in afternoon and for tea. Colder with flurries & snow.

Done chores and at {Isooe?} Hilborn’s sale in afternoon. Bought a calf $29. Bright but cool wind 
Done chores and chopping. Da at bush in afternoon getting out buzz wood. Brock to town for a load of lumber. We down at night. Fine and bright but ghosty north wind.

Brock & I to Elora in afternoon with Hershel, Sadie and Will O’Rielly. Very little snow in roads. Fine bright day.

Done chores and chopping. At bush in afternoon. Fine but strong south east wind

Done chores. Brock round to pay Ad. Flath for coal in morning. At bush in afternoon. Will Craig hear for tea also {Niro?} Woods (teacher) Minnie & Cheo. Down in evening. Brock took will over to Hamiltons after supper. Beautiful bright warm day.

Done chores and down to bush for a log. Brock took it to town in afternoon.

Done chores. Brock down with three loads of logs. Fine and bright but very sharp. Mrs. Walker called in afternoon.

Done chores and Brock down with ten loads of logs. Cold west wind and a little snow at times.

Done chores Brock & I to town in afternoon. Very stormy day from east.

Brock to church at night. Calm and very foggy and mild.

Done chores. Brock down with a load of logs in fore afternoon and brought home lumber. Drawing manure in afternoon. Mild and foggy.

Done chores. And drawing manure in afternoon. Fine and mild. Brock down with the team for the rest of the lumber in forenoon. I up to Roy’s.

Done chores. Brock chopping and Da in bush in afternoon. I to town in afternoon. Very mild and foggy.

Done chores and drawing out manure. Brock & I at progressive party in evening. Qurning Caldew quite blushy at times.

Done chores and drawing out manure. Cold wind and rather dull but a very bright morning. Mrs. P. Henry died.

Done chores and drawing out manure. Dull and foggy all day. Quite a thunder storm about seven o’clock and a heavy rain. Rained mostly all night.

Brock to church at night. Dull and bright by times.

Done chores. At back bush in afternoon cutting logs. Very foggy and damp raw east wind. Da and Ma 39 yrs. married.

Done chores and at back bush in afternoon in afternoon. Mother drove me down town. Very heavy rain about four o’clock and raining all evening.

Done chores. Brock down to court all day. Da cleaned pens. I came come with Brock. Colder but bright.

Done chores and at back bush in afternoon. Edna stayed with us while Roy & Georgie were at town. Hod’s and Harrys here in evening. Fine and bright like spring. Seen first robin. Snow almost all gone.

Done chores and Brock to Edge {Opbe?} In forenoon for seed oats. At bush in afternoon. Fine but looking like rain.

Done chores Brock chopping. Raining at times all day. Brock & I to town at night. Turning colder in night


Brock to church at night. Colder but quite bright.

Done chores at bush in other place in afternoon. Foggy & dull in forenoon turning to sleet in afternoon and freezing on.

Done chores. At bush in afternoon. Foggy & mild in forenoon quite bright in afternoon.

Men done chores and Brock took Olive to train gone up to Chatsworth. Forenoon. Both men at Sussex Gillreis Sale aft. Bought a {illegible}. Paid $40. Beautiful day.

Men choring forenoon, dull and grey looking. Men farming up wheat afternoon. Heavy fall of soft snow

Mens showing and drew out four loads of manure in forenoon. Frozen hard morn cutting wood in the afternoon. Another fine day.

Men choring and Brock chopping Da sifting ashes. Little rain at noon. Men went to bush aft but got drove about 1/2 past 3 o’c. Swift? rain. Then Brock went to town and took egg case & can of cream.

At home all day. Brock went to town at night. Very heavy rain all forenoon. Dull and very balmy air.

Men choring forenoon. Cutting wood afternoon. Rather a dull raw day.

Men choring forenoon. At the bush afternoon. Beautiful bright day. Clara’s birthday (80). P.S. Henry buried.

Men choring and at the bush afternoon. Very fine day. Brock down town at night.

Men choring and Robt and I down before forenoon. Dull looking. At noon it got started to mizzle and kept it up all afternoon. Men went to bush aft. A very steady rain at night. Mrs. Rhame here for syrup jars.

Men choring forenoon. And back cutting wood afternoon. Brock went to town evening. Rather fine day. Got dull and little light rain.

Brock done chores. Da feeling very miserable with the cold. Brock down to night train to meet Uncle Jim and Nellie. Fine and very warm.

Brock to church at night. Dull and raining all morning.

Brock done chores and took Uncle Jim and Nellie to morning train. T came home this morning and walked out. Real cold north wind with flurries & snow. Da still quite miserable.

Brock choring. I to town in afternoon and got Wiley shod and take down can of cream. Dr. Ferrier out to see Da. He has pneumonia and one lung about filled. Fine and milder. Freezing at night

Brock doing chores and chopping. Dr. Ferrier here in afternoon. Da not any better and the other lung affected. Uncle Richd here. Fine and bright but now east wind. Harry here in evening.

Brack done chares and to laeew in in afternoon. {inelligle?}.

To erriew here al harw.

Ala much the same bed bright and not suffering much.

Harry have luiel Phileto Menche Richo also Rotto & Jack called.

talking to Claire this morning.

April Friday, 1 Brack done chares. Oui Ferirew here anh hoow, leul to imforinement

Saturday, 2

Done chores. Dr, Ferriew here leul Drido little charges in father.

Leul aujeeo

Brock done chores. Dr. Ferrier came about ten o’clock and brought Miss Cunningham. Dr. said father was holding his own. Here again at night and found hime very good. A beautiful warm bright day.

Brock done chores. Earl helped him in afternoon. Mr. Short here for grain. Out twice to see father but he is sinking and does not give us much hope. Uncle Richd is staying all night. Dr. prepared oxygen for father to-night.

Brock done chores, Ron and Earl cleaning seed grain. Mr. Henderson, Aunt Emma & Uncle Richd called. Da had a restless night but slept most of afternoon. Beautiful day.

Brock done chores, Ron and Roy cleaning grains. Dr. Here in morning and helped? Da out to front veranda. He out all day and quite contented, but very restless in morning. Brought him in about six and he died at 10:30. Mrs Henderson came and Walt helped {illegible}. Uncle Richd, Harry, Walt, Chas. Walker, Melville came to-night.

APRIL ==. === SUNDAY, 24 ===. === 1921 =

Brock to church at night. Mother and Clara to cemetry in afternoon. Bright and breezy.

MONDAY, 25

Jack done chores. Brock working on road garden on road all day. {aud threy out rode?} sold fat cattle to Navy British for $8.50. Fine and very warm.

TUESDAY, 26

Jack done chores. Piled wood in bush and {filing?} spruce in afternoon. Brock ploughing on the {gae?}. I {sod?} on other place. Mr. Henderson here in evening. I took Clara and Joyce to morning train. very hot day.

WEDNESDAY, 27

Choring and chopping. Jack left this morning about eleven o'clock. {Jane making come new from Hrdi?} He was fired. Fine morning but rainy afternoon. Jack came back about eleven o'clock.

JUNE == == 1921

THURDAY, 9

Brock seperated out young cattle from Rays and borrowed 4 ac behind {?} driving house. Planted ten rows of potatoes in afternoon. Will Hamielon here to take {?} had ten. Fine and very hot.

FRIDAY, 10

Brock sheared thirteen sheep. We to {? corner ?} at night. {Elora dramatic club.) Close and looking like rain. {?} a shower about six and a heavy thunder storm about 9.30.

SATURDAY, 11

Choring and cleaning pens. Brock to leave in afternoon for {?} Showry and warm. Cooler towards evening

MONDAY, 27

Brock working {?} root ground and sowed turnips. Very close a little sprinkle in morning.

TUESDAY, 28

Chopping and choring in {?} Fork clay down and {filing Das grane} in afternoon. {?} a rainy morning. Fine afternoon but hot. heavy rain + wind in evening.

WEDNESDAY, 29

Bret haeing and scuffing mangels. {?}Came in six, train stayed all night. Brock to town at night. Very hot day.

July 1921

SUNDAY 3

Brock to town at night. Terrible hot day.

MONDAY 4

Home doing road work and Brock to {loing?} hing summen tallow. Terfific heat very calm.

TUESDAY 5

Lorne doign road work and Brock joloing hing parmme tallow. Mother and Hellian to town in afternoon. I lageuee hattie, Elain and Gerald here in eveneing. Terrific heat and calm.

WEDNESDAY 6

We to Mr. Talcamer funeral in afternoon. Laughing in summer fallow. Horses banting. Mr. Theo B Jenning, Ms. Harold Jenning brought Betty here she and I to town with Harr. Brock new to see well diller at Hatches. Terrible hot.

July 1921

THURSDAY 7

Plaughing summer fallow. Mr. Shaner and Miss Shaner here in evening. Very hot day but a light breeze.

FRIDAY 8

Plaughing summer fallow. Had to come in about home a thunder storm come on. Then chopping and choring. Laughing in afternoon. Shaner again about five thirty. Cooler.

SATURDAY 9

Finished ploughing summer fallow by noon doing potatoes in garden. Go and here for a bag of potatoes. Betty came back with him. Shepard storms spring hound all day. Luel very little rain. Heary thunder storm abotu 11p.m. We to lawn tonight.

July 1921

SUNDAY 10

Betty and I went to Uncle Richards for dinner and Harry's for tea. Brock to lawn at night. Warm and cloudy. Thunder storms very loud.

MONDAY 11

Cultivating and {harrawing?} summer fallow. Brock cutting corn in afternoon. Warm and bright.

TUESDAY 12

Home away all day to Palmerton. Brock scullings follage {illegible} I took Betty and Lillian to morning train. Very hot and calm. We sowed grey stone {illegible}

WEDNESDAY 13

{Faed?} potatoes and hawing mangll second time. Very hot day.

July 1921

THURSDAY 14

Brock cultivating summer fallow and picked up a long line feuge bottom. Home haeing mangalo. Greemed potatoes in field. Fine and warm in morning. Thunder storms goign around in afternoon.

FRIDAY 15

Scuffinh and hoeing turn into. Fine and warm.

SATURDAY 16

Brock to lawn in morning with Chad and got horses shed. Horne racing turninto. Mowed grass and up 16 space in afternoon and scuffing corn. Thunder storms goign around. Rainy evening.

July 1921

SUNDAY 17

Drove to church in morning. brock to Nefkey for lea. Brock 28 years old. Fine and warm.

MONDAY 18

Choring and putting in cement tallo in part of horse stable. Heavy rain in night and heavy thunder storms going around all day. Very heavy rain about midnight, a lamb worried my dogs.

TUESDAY 19

Choring , cleaning pens, chapping, and putting down more cement in horse stable. Allo and Mr Moner here in evening, Lew Corbett here to look at lamb. Cleaning up and some chores. Filling in the ditch back on farm in afternoon.

WEDNESDAY 20

Brock cutting hay in back 14 ac. Lorges having and picked up two fence bottoms. Brock to town at night. Fine but cool breeze.

July 1921

THURSDAY 21

Lawn cutting in back 14ac. and Brock racking. Drawing in after dinner. Fine and warm and foggy.

FRIDAY 22

Cutting, raking, and drawing in hay, from back 14ac. Cut a piece of hay back in barn. D. Mr. Gregor here in evening. We to Lilhoul, Lizzie Hillorn here. Beautiful warm day.

SATURDAY 23

Lawn started to cut a piece back in barn and. Brock raking in back 14ac. Finsihed drawing from back 14ac. and second raked it. Brock cutting more behind barn in afternoon and raked barn. He and I to town at night. Fine and warm.

July 1921

SATURDAY 24

Uncle Will and Mr. Gaeb here for tea. Lizzie here in evening and had an Sade. Home at Gommeie's in afternoon, home abotu eight. Fine and warm.

MONDAY 25

Brock raking and home cuttign back of barn in afternoon. Earl hearted helping draw in after noon and Brcok cutting, some more back by ditch. Fien and breezy in afternoon.

TUESDAY 26

Home finished putting strip back around the ditch. Earl here all day and all drawing in. Very close that. Thunder storms went around all night and 11 laods to day and 32 in all to date.

WEDNESDAY 27

Drawing in and raking from back by ditch. Earl here all day. I to town in afternoon. Brock dawn at night. Warm and very high wind all day. Thunder showers came around.

July 1921

THURSDAY 28

Cut the aac. after ride of ditch raking, and drawing in after dinner. Earl here in afternoon. Finsihed thise ride and ditch 5 loads. May Gardeu here all day. Mother look her to come about town lorne dawn to lodge at night. Rain through the night but quick breeze during day.

FRIDAY 29

Cut hold the 14ac. I {illegible} below little orchard in afternoon. Brock stuffed potatoes and making 6 ge other side of ditch. Lorne and drew in 5 laods in afternoon. The barn getting very full. Warm and calm. Feelign like rain.

SATURDAY 30

Lorne leaving hay and helping cut grass 14ac. in afternoon. Brock cutting all afternoon, drew in rest of hay on ditch, and raked it and got 1 load after supper and of 14ac below little orchard. Brock and lorne to lawn at night, very heavy storms went round. Heavy {illegible}and bugh wind but not much rain.

July 1921

SUNDAY 31

Brock to church at night. Mr. and Ms. Shawpau here in evening.Rather dull and quite cool. Done called to mauike if we had any word of Jack.

MONDAY 1

Raked half of 14ac below little orchard and drew in 9 loads. Dull morning but fine breezy afternoon. Looking like rain in evening.

TUESDAY 2

Finished haying. Raked and drew in the rent of 14ac field. Jack Walker here helping. I of to Roy in evening. Fine but looking a little like rain.

WEDNESDAY 3

Brock scuffing {illegible} in afternoon. Rorrne to town with Chap. Brock got and bender and cut little patch at road on other place and took a lawn round to barely but it too green. Home shacking. Brock to lawn at night. Fine and warm.

August 1921

THURSDAY 4

Scuffing and haeing {illegible} for a few hours in morning. Then started in to cut oat on road ground. Larne shacking. Beautiful bright warm day. Aleg cut oat the other side and ditchy herd barn. Brock at garden barley at Rhomes.

FRIDAY 5

Home having for a while in morning. Then cutting and shocking on other place. The 7ac in morning plaughing Mr. Henderson called in afternoon. A little cloudy in morning but fine warm day.

SATURDAY 6

Finished cutting oats and started on barley. Came on a heavy rain at noon and was cueh afternoon. Charing, Braung home binder we to lawn at night.

August 1921

SUNDAY 7

Bill Garo andMaggie Happen here for dinner and lea. Maggie stayed. Brock to lawn at night.

MONDAY 8

Finished cutting barley and started in back 14 ac. nech M. Eaing home shacking. Windy and dull at times.

TUESDAY 9

Finished cutting back 14ac Worked late. Lorne shacking. Fine and warm.

WEDNESDAY 10

Cutting field nech Jack. Very badley dawn home shacking. Watto man here haeing turn it to all day. Ma look Maggie down to cemetary and over to Mr. Mitchell and stayed for dinner. Here Gordon and Uncle Rich here for dinner. Ma look him down lawn about fine. Cloudy like rain and warm.

August 1921

THURSDAY 11

Ground binder think and hawing in for noon. Young Hagerly here in for noon. Lorne choring in afternoon. Brock out for the afternoon with Orm Hurley. Dull morning rain early in morning and a wet afternoon and evening.

FRIDAY 12

Cleared root hours, put of wineround call produce and out away rake in afternoon. Dipped lamb and having in afh. Mother and I to lawn. Merly morning, clearing and cooler in afternoon.

SATURDAY 13

Home to lawn withh Chap in morning. Brock scuffing tonight. Lorne having in afternoon and Brock culterling sammer tallow. We to lawn at night. Fine but like rain. Heavy thunder and rain storm a lot hail about 11p.m. Jack art and his mother came in here for storm.

August 1921

Brock to church at night. Cloudy and cool.

MONDAY 15

Brock to moonefiled to called pay for lamb. Working in bush all day getting and herching wood. Harry Jones called. Warmer but cloudy and had drying much. Mr.and Ms. Euing died in car near Orangeville this Eag.

TUESDAY 16

Lorne having turninto second fine and Brock cultivating summer tallow. Drew in 2 loads of lawn, 2 farm over ditch but it was lamb. Cloudy in morning but a warm bright afternoon. We dawn to M evening M erg hoem to home to loage.

WEDNESDAY 17

Having in morning and choring round in afternoon. Dull windy morning. Rainy afternoon.

August 1921

THURSDAY 18

Brock and Lorne putting in more cement stalls. Mother and I to Mr. Eauing funeral. He 71 years old. Cloudy dull morning but lawned and bright and fine. Brock to lawn at night.

FRIDAY 19

Cementing and drew leu loads of filling for house stable from Hibbons hill in for noon. Lorne having turninto an afternoon and Brock went for load of coal from J M Joace. Fine morning but got quite dull and looking like rain.

SATURDAY 20

Brock went for load of coal in morning. Home leulled hay in barn and then lurning and shack home and on other flage. Grayn very wet. Drew in little patch on other place and load and of field next bush. We to lawn at night. Clearing cloudy and coal.

August 1921

SUNDAY 21

Brock and Lorne to church at night. Mr. Henderson and I to Chatawoth. A little cloudy and cool at night.

MONDAY 22

Drawing in from filed next Jack to fine fence and stacking it on barn dump. Uncle Richard here helping . Rather cloudy and cool but fine.

TUESDAY 23

Finished drawing in on this place. Finished stack on dumb and started one behind barn. Uncle Rich helping all day. Brock to lawn at night. Fine bright day.

WEDNESDAY 24

Drawing from back 14ac and stacking it behind barn. Uncle Rich here all day. Harry with leam in afternoon. Beautiful warm day but loooking like rain at night.

August 1921

THURSDAY 25

Finished drawing back 14ac. and drew barley. Ray, uncle Richard and Harry with lean here all day. Mrs. Newtead and Earl in for rhubarb. I to lawn in morning. Fine warm day.

FRIDAY 26

Brock cut 4 ac. I late barley behind low driving hours. Loune shocking Brock fixing fence back barn in afternoon and lorne I down with Chap. Fine bright day. Brock over to see Tom Miller about thering.

SATURDAY 27

Draing out manure onto field with Jack to. Brock down in afternoon to get flat mill canna but no one there. Dull and looking like rain.

August 1921

SUNDAY 28

Brock and Lorne to church at night. Fine and bright.

MONDAY 29

Drawing out manure all day. Fine and very hot hazy like rain. Brock and I to Arthur at night with Roy to hear Premier D Harry but not there liet Gov Clarke dead.

TUESDAY 30

Finished drawing out manure and drew up therhing wood. Brock away to see when Tom will be here to thresh. Very hot and really looking like rain.

WEDNESDAY 31

Drew up barley in afternoon from back of law drving house. Then owing engine and I barn and getting ready to thread. I to lawn in afternoon. Tom mowed here at night. Fine and very hot.

September 1921

THURSDAY 1

Therheing slact behind barn and started the one on the dump. Fine day and very hot.

FRIDAY 2

Finihsed threhing about ten a.m. Then starightening out until noon. Lorne away to moorefield in afternoon. Brock helping Watt draw out manure. Brock to lawn to talk with Melville. Lorne went to work for Tom Hill. Mr. Henderson here in forenoon. Fine and bright.

SATURDAY 3

Brock look out seeds to barn and choring in forenoon. Dawn for a load of corn in afternoon fromClule. Ive to lawn at night. Dr. Archue Thoupoon, wife and 3 children called. Dorothy, Carmelia and Donlad. Warm morning, misty and cloudy in afternoon. Sully.

September 1921

SUNDAY 4

Brock to lawn at night. Pollock called for me in afternoon and 2 had tea and went to church. Fine and quite breezy.

LABOR DAY MONDAY 5

Brock went back to work summer tallow but it came on rain about ten. Juile a heauey shower round noon. Down for another load of corn in afternoon. mr. andMrs. Moner here in evening. Finer to words night.

TUESDAY 6

Brock down for a load of oat in forenoon. Cultivating summer fallow in afternoon. Down to meet Jack at night. Fine day but cool evening.

WEDNESDAY 7

Brock to lawn with Chap in forenoon. Started to draw with wood from back barn to wood house in afternoon. Fine bright day.

September 1921

THURSDAY 8

Drawing up wood and from back barn to fill wood house. Fine day. Lorne came back to night from Hill and stayed all night.

FRIDAY 9

Drawing up wood from bush finihsed filling wood house and put 2 loads in cellar. Uncle Will came about five o'clock. Fine and warm. Lorne left on morning train.

SATURDAY 10

Drew up the last load of wood from this bush and piled it back of house. Then drawing up bagg wood. Uncle Will and Jack , mother and I to lawn at night. Mr. Farley from down in richol here and bought hellie $200. Brock delivered her to his brothers on the 14th. Very hot day. Rain at night.

September 1921

SUNDAY 11

Uncle Will took us out for a drive in afternoon to herlowed and back. Brock to lawn at night. Jack over at Hillbouns. Cloudy and dull like rain.

MONDAY 12

Jack at Harry threshing and at Hershels. Brock drawing out bugg wood in forenoon, then got Seth corn binder and started to cut the corn. Fine and bright cool night.

TUESDAY 13

Jack at Hershel threshing and Wilmatt in afternoon. Brock finished cuttign corn in forenoon and at Wilmatt in afternoon. Uncle Will and I to Elora in afternoon. Fine and bright cool night.

WEDNESDAY 14

Jack out Will Hicks and Roy threshing. Brock cleaned leno and brought back wine along by turniess at Hick and Roy threshing in afternoon for Jack Wallow. Mother went to Guelph with Uncle Will in afternoon. Dull in morning but fine afternoon, a little warm.

September 1921

THURSDAY 15

Brock and Jack at Roy and Eleains threshing all day. Fine day. Brock to lawn at night.

FRIDAY 16

Jack cleaning barn and filing fleuce in afternoon. Brock to town for Chap. Shacking corn in afternoon. Beautiful day.

SATURDAY 17

Put in ton cement stalls in horse stable. Brock and I to lawn at night. Rainy morning and afternoon. Fine night and cooler.

September 1921

SUNDAY 18

Uncle Jims and Uncle Will brought Mathew home in afternoon. Done here for dinner. Brock to town at night. Seuds I rain at times and cool.

MONDAY 19

Drawing up bugg wood. Fine day.

TUESDAY 20

Drew some clay in morning to fill in some stable then drawing up bugg wood. Brock to Orange Rally in Rothway at night. Dull and cloudy at times.

WEDNESDAY 21

Getting ready to cement some of the stall in cow stable and got a load I sand in forenoon. Cementing in afternoon. Mother and I to town. Dull and hawery alplumes in forenoons. Brighter in afternoon.

September 1921

THURSDAY 22

Will Violet and George came to night. Putting in gutter in cow stable in morning. Then Jack started about ten to cultivate summer fallow. brock filed some feuce on other place and pulshelf back with young cattel. Brock ploughing in second field this side. I fuimdmill. Fine day but high wind.

FRIDAY 23

Brock and Jack ploughing in second field back on other place. Beautiful bright day.

SATURDAY 24

Brock and Jack ploughing on other place. Mother went to Uncle Richards and the bay in afternoon with Will and Violet. They left on night train. We to town at night. Beautiful warm day.

September 1921

SUNDAY 25

Brock to churhc at night. Heavy rain during night and early in morning, but cam eout fine with high wind and cool.

MONDAY 26

Jack and Brock ploughing on other place in forenoon. Brock finished up back there in afternoon. Jack started to plough stubble herd Jack line fence in afternoon.

TUESDAY 27

Ploughing all day hed Jack, Melville, Clara, Joyce, Jennie Giffen and Miss N. Hunter here for dinner. Clara and Joyce stayed and the others went home in afternoon. Fine morning but cloudy in afternoon.

WEDNESDAY 28

Jack and Brock ploughing nech Jack in forenoon. All ah Drayton show in afternoon. Clara, Brock and I to concert at night. Beautiful day.

September 1921

THURSDAY 29

Ploughing all day in field herd Jack. Brock to lawn for Chap in morning. Fine day.

FRIDAY 30

Getting herd of cow stable ready to cement. Jack dawn in forenoon and Sal lur teeth drawn. Done come out for him after aupper and took him milo lawn and the didu I come back. Juile a rainy dull day.

October 1921

SATURDAY 1

Brock ploughing all day in field hech Jack. We to lawn at night. Jack and Done here abotu town o'clock. Gone Jack $5.00. They gone to Hamillow. Fine day.

October 1921

SUNDAY 2

Clara, Joyce and I went to Harhelo for tea. Dull and cool. Heavy rain in afternoon.

MONDAY 3

Brock went to plough but came on rain as put n rest of cement stall in cow stable. Orn Hussey helping. Here until four o' clock. Then ploughing again need Jack. I took Clara of to Harry for tea! Very diuly day. Seeds of rain.

TUESDAY 4

Brock finished ploughing field nech Jack. Clara and I to lawn in morning. Clara and Joyce at Elains for tea. Very dirly dull day suide showers at times. Fown for a laod I cool in morning.

WEDNESDAY 5

Brock started to plough in back 14ac. Here M. Eeuing. Madgl and Beckie here for dinner and out for tea. Uncle Will, Miss Goeb Mines Cowan, Bishop guad and lymn here for big {Illegible}. I went back to Geulph with them. Fine day and quite breezy.

October 1921

THURSDAY 6

Brock ploughing on other place. I to concert at night in Geulph put on by Edward Johulou. Fine bright day.

FRIDAY 7

Brock look and two loads of pig and one for Jack Walker. Met me at night train. I cmae in from Elora. very rainy day.

SATURDAY 8

Two much to plough in back 14ac. So started sod at road on other place. We to lawn at night. Scuds I rain in forenoon. Much colder to wards evening.

October 1921

SUNDAY 9

Brock to lawn at night. Quite a heavy fall of snow in early morning. Mother down at Jack Walkers most of the day. Clara here at night, a baby boy arrived Harry and Della here in evening.

MONDAY 10

Put in gutter in cow stable then ploughign sod rest of day. Went to see Herb Shepheusau at night to get him to go to Seth Hershing. Showery in forenoon but fine p.m.

TUESDAY 11

Herb Slepheusau here. Raking up garden potatoes. brock ploughing sod on other place. Very dirly day. Dule heavy showers at times. Started to rain abotu 7:30 rained all night.

WEDNESDAY 12

Herb went home this morning. Brock choring, sforead out corn to day and ploughing sod in afternoon. Cooler but fine and breezy. Mr. Henderson and Janet here in evening.

October 1921

THURSDAY 13

Brock finished ploughing sod next road other place baout three o' clock. Then went back to the 14ac. to plough. Herb Shephersau rained herd of potatoes in garden and at Seth Hershing for us. Clara of to Roup in p.m. Fine bright breezy day. Melville came this evening.

FRIDAY 14

Brock ploughed out half the potatoes in morning. Then ploughing on other place until noon. Raising potatoes in afternoon. Clara and Melville to toean in forenoon. Melville went to Brampton in afternoon. Fine warm day. Heb and Seth threshing.

SATURDAY 15

Look up next of potatoes. Then drawing in corn. Heb at Seths threshing until noon then helping wiht potatoes and corn. Melville came from Brampton this evg. Clara, he and I to lawn. Beautiful warm day.

October 1921

SUNDAY 16

Clara, Melville and Joyce left for home about two o' clock. Mr and Mrs. Shampaeu and Amen here for tea. Brock to lawn at night. Fine warm day.

MONDAY 17

Brock drawing in corn. Beautiful warm day.

TUESDAY 18

Drew in rest of corn and started mangelo. Got five loads in corn. Shampaeu helping all day. Fine morning but loooking like rain in P.m. Heavy rain after supper.

WEDNESDAY 19

I to lawn two a.m. Brock ploughing on other place in forenoon. Rolled up wine alongside orchard and choring in afternoon. Very dirly day. Showery morning and steady rain in afternoon. Thunder and big herning in evening. C.A. Shoopoon went home two a.m.

October 1921

THURSDAY 20

Brock ploughing all day on other place. Dirly day. Scuds of rain forenoon. Snow felll during night.

FRIDAY 21

Brock ploughing on other place in forenoon. Then mother and I helping him take up mangelo in afternoon. Got in 4 loads. mr Shaupeau came up this evening. I to Palmerston with Mr. Hnederson, Janet, Grace and Rotta Cuagg. Scuds of rain and snow in morning but hill afternoon.

SATURDAY 22

Jacking up mangelo and finished them 11 laods also harrawed potatoe round and picked up potatoes. Mr. Shaupaeu helping all day also Herb Shepenoon. Brock gave him $5.00. Fine but very windy.

October 1921

SUNDAY 23

Brock to church at night. Beautiful bright day.

MONDAY 24

Brock ploughing in back 14 ac next M Euing. I to town in morning. beut, jack suitcase. Dull and raw earl wind. Mr. Henderson called.

TUESDAY 25

Ploughing next M Euing. Brock to U.F.O. meeting in town at night. Brighter and colder.

WEDNESDAY 26

Brock ploughing in back 14ac. Bright and very stormy, cold and wind. While frost at night.

October 1921

THURSDAY 27

Brock ploughing all day in back 14ac. Milder, earl wind, looking like rain.

FRIDAY 28

Brock finished ploughing healoud in back 14ac. Herd M Euining Sheu started to 7 ac in third field back. Mother to lawn in afternoon. Very heavy wind all morning. Cleared in afternoon mild.

SATURDAY 29

Brock at Jack threshing until 3 p.m. Sheu choring. We to lawn at night. Fien and bright. Very warm.

October 1921

SUNDAY 30

Uncle Jim, Nellie Hilligan, Uncle Will and Mrs , Alpine here for dinner. Lizzie Hilborn here in evening. Brock to town at night. Very fien bright morning. Dull and like rain in evening.

MONDAY 31

Roy Mapon at Watt threshing for us, 7 hours 10 mins. Brock tapping lurnipo and harrowed them out. Came on rain about eleven a.m. Ploughing in afternoon. They stayed all night. Dull and mild showery.

November 2021

ALL SAINTS DAY TUESDAY 1

Roy at Eli Mitchell threshing for us. brock dawn with 10 lamb in morning and drawing lurnipo in afternooon. mr. Bunaueu here in afternoon topping. Colder but quite bright. Brock up to Slepheuron in evening.

WEDNESDAY 2

Brock drawing turn into morning. Herb helping in afternoon. Mr. Bieunaro tapping all day. Melville came about 6 o' clock. Out to buy a storm. {Illegible} load here for tea and all night. very hard fog last night but beautiful calm bright day.

November 1921

THURSDAY 3

Drawing turnip in forenoon. Came on rain about noon. Choring in afternoon. Herb went home about 4 o'clock. Melville left two a.m. for hear Geulph. Dull morning, showery afternoon. Colder and lightening at night.

FRIDAY 4

Down for chap and got buggy shaft lifted and choring. We thull up to Tree Blue Towl supper in Rothway. Very dirly day. Soft snow like rain. Quite a fall at night.

SATURDAY 5

Brock drawing lurnipo. Got suede in Watt helped him with the last load. Very dirly day but much colder and still snowing at times. We to lawn at night, melville here about three o'clock on his way home. Looking like winter.

November 1921

SUNDAY 6

Brock away in afternoon and for tea. Very dull dark day. Mild heavy fall and snow in evening.

THANKSGIVING DAY, MONDAY 7

Done chores and brought up calves from bush, also separaw from barn. Cleaned hen peus in afternoon. Very dirly day, soft snow at times and slushy.

TUESDAY 8

Done chores and look up the Greylone turnip, two loads. Watt helped. Rolled up garden fence and ploughed it in afternoon. C.A. Ghoupoon and family here all night. Came about 9:30 p.m. They going to meaford. Cloudy and cold earl wind. Snowing at night, quite wintery.

WEDNESDAY 9

Done chores and brought young cattle from other place. Ghampoon left about 10 A.M. for Chateworth. Putting in a stall in for stable in afternoon. Stormy day and colder. Very windy looking.

November 1921

THURSDAY 10

Done chores in forenoon and at Jim Walker in afternoon to see about raw. We of to Chester Walker in evening. I town in morning. Milder and fine.

FRIDAY 11

Done chores and put on storm windows and trimming horses feet. Fine and brighter.

SATURDAY 12

Done chores. Coured plough at law well and let down some barle wine on other place and wine in cow lane. Jim Walker brought ram to sechang. Fine bright day.

November 1921

SUNDAY 13

Brock to lawn at night. Fine but milder and quite fallo and snow at times earl wind.

MONDAY 14

Done chores and drawing out manure in afternoon. Very foggy and dark. Mild and a fine rain at times.

TUESDAY 15

Done chores and killed pig in afternoon.Watt helping Brock and I down to Canderualine meeting in hall. Han. Ms Phersau and Mr. Clayton speaker. Fine bright day.

WEDNESDAY 16

Done chores in morning and drew out two loads I manure in afternoon. Mother and I to Uncle John Gordans funeral in afternoon. Went with Harry. Mild and bright but foggy to ward evening.

November 1921

THURSDAY 17

Choring and cleaning pens. Very dark foggy day. Mr. Dr. Flath buried.

FRIDAY 18

Choring. Rained most of the day. Snow all gone and roads very soft.

SATURDAY 19

Done chores and fixing fence round barn yard. Brock and I to lawn at night. Dull and dirly. Very heavy rain after dinner and sopually next of day.

November 1921

SUNDAY 20

Brock and I to Zion in afternoon. Brock to lawn at night. Fine but cloudy at times and colder.

MONDAY 21

Done chores and ploughing on other place in afternoon but it was soft. Rather dull but dry.

TUESDAY 22

Done chores and ploughing summer fallow in afternoon. I of to school at night. Dull but dry colder.

WEDNESDAY 23

Done chores. Brock to lawn in p.m. Cold and quite windy. Frozen, to hard to plough.

November 1921

THURSDAY 24

Done chores and banking up root. House window in p.m. Very dull and sleeling at times. Very icy.

FRIDAY 25

Done chores and look out one load of manure in afternoon. Wilmett here in afternoon. Mother and I to lawn. I stayed in with mady. Quite bright and thawing very quickly.

SATURDAY 26

Brock choring all day. Mother came for me in forenoon. Dull and misty now earl wind and sleet at night.

SUNDAY 27

Brock to lawn at night. Very dull and foggy icy.

MONDAY 28

Done chores and drew out some manure in afternoon. Very icy in morning leul thawing to wand evening. I {my?} to the schaol at night very dark foggy day.

TUESDAY 29

Done chores and down for chop in afternoon. Very dull foggy day.

WEDNESDAY 30

Done chores and drawing out manure with waggon, mother of J to lown in P.m. and dawn to J Ritche for {affle?}. Brock dawn at night to U. R. O. Mally. Guide bright and mild.

December 1921

THURSDAY 1

Done chores and cleaning Jens. Ploughing in dilch in afternoon. Foggy and dull {For noon?}. Bright in afternoon. Road very {aofh?}.

FRIDAY 2

Done chores. Brock look down loaj bread in afternoon to O.B. Henij to be judged. They D look him to {aiy?} thain. Ne went to Gueeth to hear Hon. meighen {njoeak?}. Very dirly rainy day and high wind at night.

SATURDAY 3

D met Brock at morning train. Choring and Jolwyhing a little on the place in p.m. I ot to achoal at night. Calden and rather bright.

December 1921

SUNDAY 4

Mother and I down to Preley, anniversary in morning. Brock and I {doing?} at night, Mr. Anderson have fon lea. Time bright day.

MONDAY 5

Done chores. Mother and Brock to town in afternoon to sign some paper in Conneclin with caill then to race Peter hung and {uj?} to Harry to see Tom Miller. Snowy at times and caldew.

TUESDAY 6

Done chores and started to bagg word about 10:30 A.M. {Tinnihed?} about 4:30 P.M. Oran Hussey, Peter hung and Harry helping in afternoon. We over to wole about fine, Clarke and Prichard (U.F. O.) Very snowy in morning {leuh?} lurned out a fine afternoon.

WEDNESDAY 7

Done chores, {Onev?} to watt for a pig. {Onev?} to Mr. Payleyo in afternoon. Tom here for his engine.

To one day.

December 1921, CONCEPTION DAY (Quebec)

THURSDAY 8

Done chores. Mother and I to lawn in afternoon. Fine and bright.

FRIDAY 9

Done chores, drawing and {manure?}. Fine but dull and cold winds.

SATURDAY 10

Done chores and drawing and {manure?}. Rather dull but fine.

December 1921

SUNDAY 11

Robt and Maggie Gan have for led. Beautiful bright day mild.

MONDAY 12

Done chores and drawing out {manure?} I to laion in afternoon and of {lo achoal?} to frailine at night. Mother and brock of to play tale and in lo jewel Rich do $177. Fine bright day.

TUESDAY 13

Done chores. Brock to Moorefield to bring Watt and Jack home. They men with cattle. Brock to town at night. We picked 13 geese. Rather cold, flurries of snow at times.

WEDNESDAY 14

Done chores and pciked 14 chickens. Jack Walker {heefwg?}. I of to school at night. Fine bright day. Frosty.

December 1921

THURSDAY 15

Done chores and look fowl to Arthur in afternoon. 13 geese and 14 chickens. 132 lleo and 29. 77 lleo @ 32. Beautiful day, froly. Got Wiley shod in Arthur. Oswald Relley called.

FRIDAY 16

Done chores. Brock helping Watt home with some catttle from below Drayton in afternoon. I of to school in afternoon. Rural Garo brought a droke. Mild but raw and wind and snow.

SATURDAY 17

Done chores and charing all day. Raining {guile?} houd all day. Mothe, Brock and I of to school connech st night. Rainy evening and windy.

December 1921

SUNDAY 18

Terrific stormy day from the {luerh?}. Every place blew full of snow, rather {aofh?}.

MONDAY 19

Done chores. Brock to lawn in afternoons with {chaj?}. Fine day.

TUESDAY 20

Done chores and cleaning pens and hen {haure?} Mother and I to {lain?} in afternoon. Beautiful day and very mild.

WEDNESDAY 21

Done chores and moving straw in barn in afternoon. Brock to lawn at night. Very cold harth wind and frosty.

December 1921

THURSDAY 22

Done chores and setting eugine. Fine but cold.

FRIDAY 23

Doen chores. I to town in morning to mail parcel. Brock drawing and manure in afternoon. Fine and rather mild.

SATURDAY 24

Done chores and all to lawn in afternoon. Brock to leurn at night again Linele will come on night {illegible} cold. Raw day.

December 1921

SUNDAY 25

Uncle Will here. Beautiful bright day.

MONDAY 26

Done chores. I took Uncle Will to morning train. Brock chopping a little in p.m. Rather dull and raw wind.

TUESDAY 27

Done chores and drawing and manure in afternoon. Fine but cold wind.

WEDNESDAY 28

Done chores and drawing and manure. I to lain in p.m. and with {can?} I warn. Raw with wind and a little anary to wind {illegible}

December 1921

THURSDAY 29

Done chores. Drawing out manure in afternoon. Real cold day.

FRIDAY 30

Done chores and drawing out manure. Milder but now {sauth?} wind. Ghu M and Gaiua and Bob {illegible} here to get jib I cuttiing wood.

SATURDAY 31

Done chores and cleaned peu and chopping a little. Terrific stormy day but mild and snow wey {we?}

Jan 11 /Can Cream Weight 79 Leah 35 Price 58 16.03
19 / / 80 36 58 16.70
Feb 2 / / 80 34 60 16.32
18 / / 80 35 60 16.80
Mar 1 / / 80 34 60 16.22
8 / / 77 27 60 17.09
19 / / 74 40 62 /
29 / / 81 38 62 37.55
April 9 / / / 32 62 15.85
20 / / 80 33 60 15.84
27 / / 81 32 55 14.25
May 4 / / 81 33 / /
11 / / 80 33 30 15.93
18 / / 71 34 / /
25 2 / 152 31 25 17.81
June 1 2 / 146 35 / /
8 2 / 137 38 27 35.72
15 / / 81 36 / /
22 2 / 162 20 27 /
23 / / 78 38 27 /
29 / Large and Small 127 37 27 29.54
July 6 / / 135 38 / /
13 / / 144 36 30 30.94
20 / / 80 39 / /
27 / / 144 38 35 29.67
Aug 3 / / 137 38 / /
10 / / 75 35 37 28.97
17 2 / 152 37 / /
24 / / 122 37 / /
31 / / 132 27 40 60.08
Sept 7 / / 79 36 / /
14 / / 137 35 38 29.02
21 / / 123 34 38 15.89
Oct 5 / / 138 38 / /
13 / / 80 37 38 31.17
19 / / 80 38 / /
26 / / 114 35 40 28.32

DEC 4

To {Illegible} $14.50 86.58

DEC 5

Ray Moon Watt and Eli'a Thinking $14.30 4.20

{illegible} $10.95

DEC 6

Peter Lung logging wood $1.50

DEC 7

Tom Miller and Hershing $63. 20

DEC 12

Cape 177.13

NOV 2

Large 81 Weight 2 Leah 4 Price 11.52

NOV 9

Large 125 Weight 36 Leah 26 Price /

NOV 25

Large 84 Weight 35 Leah 40 Price /

NOV 30

Large 68 Weight 34 Leah 40 Price /

DEC 7

Large 65 Weight 33 Leah / Price 38.44

DEC 20

Large 80 Weight 35 Leah 42 Price 584.77

DEC 28

Large 79 Weight 34 Leah /Price 32.05

616.82

Eggs sold in 1921 == MEMORANDA ==

Jan 2 | 6 doz eggs to Pollock @ 71 | 4.50

" 12 | 6 1/2 " @ 70 | 4.55

"" 28 | 4 | "" Clara

Feb. 5 | 4 "" Pollock @ 60 | 2.40

Mar. 2 | 22 1/2 "" | O.B Henry @ 40 | 9.00

" 19 | 30 """ @ 28 | 8.40

"24 | 16 """ Pollock @ 30 | 3.80

Apr. 14 | 60 """ O.B. Henry @ 27 | 6.20

"22 | 30 """" 28 | 8.40

May 3 | 30 """" 26 ? 7.80

" 12 | 30 """ {Cuttivy} 23 | 6.90

June 7 | 30 """ O.B. Henry 26 | 7.80

May 30 | 30 """ 24 | 7.20

June 15 | 15 """ {Cutiuy} 30 | 4.50

July 27 | 20 """ O.B. Henry 28 | 8.40

{DeH} 3 | 6 """ T. {Heuderogu} 43 | 2.60

{DeH} 28 | 12 "" J. Giggeu 40 | 4.80

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