William Beatty Diary, 1889-1892

Title

William Beatty Diary, 1889-1892

Creator

William Beatty

Source

Courtesy of Leeds & Grenville Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society

Date

June 1889 - May 1892

Language

English

Coverage

19th Century, Leeds & Grenville County, Yonge & Lansdowne Township, Ontario

Date Created

June 1889

Is Part Of

William Beatty Diary Collection

Medium

Scanned Manuscript

Transcription

Betty,

Walter

Journal

June 1889

to

May 1892

1889 June 5 Skated Can Bries Bull but can again A finales syneshere tegusty. Black Sported hot stone 3 year de the Bull to Black holsten 3 werde Bruce’s I 29 Jahn 23 White Care S. Friendly, Avertin Bull 2 all ha & yearling heder Been Brill lagaine Sept 11 here with 1 en- 200-3 days

Aquity White spatial Halsten can 1890 May 23 Red Stated Syreshine care this halsten Bull June 23 Sensory Com & Wolfs Invy Bul Tuby be line Back typerher green's Bell. 2x X 27 + Wolfs Ball is with the cours 1891 May of White Feffer 2 Meaned Bruces Bull June 3 White Caw Johnstaw Bull 1892 - July 18 had es herre colt this fournon the night

1889 AD went through the little field with the culturales the ground has been som urt that July, could not do it last week fine day 2. Sementted thestone and brought have a loss of hay theme heavy rain most of the day he did -nelugg 3 ti was helping to things fixed for the straty festival that is tomang samme showers 1 De firing at for the Festifal fa ... it was it Success. They cleared over fifty dollars man and money in the middle fiets It AT began to. were the Rye was somed 5 to went to I. Johnston and Brought to load of hay that all he is to get for the next five day he then went through the Beans Lathers things in ty los 6 Av. Mallarcane Philla drive in the has that was cut in the middle field three lands Wallace and Phillo helped they putin the old Ban over the cours fine day Tatende? The Session. tweele Rend In Richards preache this afternoon one assur mi Mallard to de spove the communier good mistory & At work id at the patatas in the middle field Philla went to Bracke ville to the Examination 1 9. It is maning in the middle will? 10 Th And Wallasis working in This little with the hass at patates conc & athen weatsaluto 11 to ane tiallows is hource in the fouricon and then at the hoy got a land in for Wallace. , 12. They are working at the hay gat in 2 loads " from the North field fine day 115 Hans Wallace-darwin 3 Lade sum the middle finde putitover the cases IF He Phail preach this evening have 11 15 90 mouwhen they both field west comunicat 16 to mause the orchard this boxnoon he then Willowmaud round the trees they then dress in two loads of hay from the unede

1889 Ludy 17 80 an wallace dreven S lands of hoy from the Month last corner of the north field put 18 part of it in the Near Boru think a load home they drew in 3 loads of he took one home they ra ked andrew 2 land, from the orchard V 19 They dowe in , load of hay from the North field he take it hancer they put up that in cocks heavy rain in the afternoon so that they could do nothing I heavy rain last night nothing done to day 12 21 Mr/IK Phail preached this morning 22 Avx Wallace raket and drew in 2 tracks h them home and cake up a lot fine day Hiney Moving has been fixing the Reaper all day fine day 23 heavy rain last night he got is so that l' pe the horses to in and got into the lain and back to 24 At ane Henry got the Reaper standee this foreman are cut and having the fall wheat it did wird Wallace & they drew in 3 loads of The hay that was in cock tanker 25 to and Wallace drevo hay that was in cack 4 loads Took 2 to Wallows I hear and home 26 Av and Wallons drew in 3 loads of hay one he and two home fine day Chilo helped 27. heavy rain This morning and nearly all day work done HT Mc Phail preached this morning 27 28 29 heavy rain this foreroon a hand in the little field in the afternoon among the! they are not much the flyers hunt the 30 Ad placed in the North East corner of the l'ex the fiche the ground is rather unit - 31 40 and Wallace down in the fall wheat and is

1889 Si man? the caff partner little diei backup! August! Barne and placamed ine the lopete ficti 2.Amentruth B de ligt Sono Boy to list nat A lot of Rike the are good 3 . 99 and Phile spread out the hayin the little field and drew it in the formen and then wentand help Bree to draw in fine day 4 Rend A Stuwant preacht this morning and in acorde with A notice given thatan ordination of two Elders one f Lansdowne tore for Some Bay would take place John She -Ids X Norman Johnston. Shields withdrew fahrer was Sick So there was no ordination 5 to finish the morning today fine day 6 80. Wallace & Phile Spread' Shank out the hoy in the midle field where Ad manet & they dever it in lao " At & Philo helped Bruce with him hay fine day 8 to took MM Scot + funnet to the acillet they are going to Watts Hand he is to meet them themwith a hoatt was I was taken with A Disease and can do me 9 AV hiper Bruce yesterday afternoon and all day today 3 amin Bo and has with the Diarrhoea I. Zahrada died votre 10 AO cut the cats in the garden they are the sidy cats than that he brought forma the " West theyare very heavy Reaper worked well in them fine l'ameno better yet 11 to took the Rent A young to John Inhuston have and atanded to him at the Funeral by was Buon I at the the largest Union this fornoon it was Funeral that even in this pin the Road Mr Student preached Miss Manheads funeral Ermon in our Church this afternoon it was filled to our flowing they cando not near All getin She was Bei at the union 12 to was at Bruces in the foreroon the came home in the after and Eller and me Signed Samuel Me Kees dud for a lot next the Church I'll Vous W Niels thou don't Thous got muy 13 He helped Bruce at his harwaiting fine day I was able to get my Charles are today for the firsttime 14 fois hooking please Philo draging on The Sunny follow rain in the morning fine day 15 tement jaranaque with thele to get his chlunes fixed they they did natt fite file day

1889 August 15 when he came home, he went up to the Smith's to see his reaper. He then went back to the states and brought one to Bruce's that night. 16 They got it put together and is working with it. Dave went to the village. 17. There was workers at Bruce's most of this week. He is there today. Aunt Anne came from Sydenham by the express. Horace preached this morning. It is a fine day. 19 Little rain this morning. I worked with the reaper. I wish the news would come. 20 Woke early with the horse with the reaper. Tom came; he finished over. Riding at night. Wallace and one of Bruce's boys with Philo stacked. They all went to Bruce's and worked there. 21 Wallace, Bruce, and his two boys with them came; they drew in the spring and the last of the oats that was in the east field. They worked hard. We shall preach this evening. Fine day. 22 The boys are reaping at Hallows. They toy with Ansel's chest. 23 Go reaping at Bruce's. Bruce's boy down at the head. That will cut five days of loading. 24 Wallace, Bruce, and his two boys with them came; they drew in the spring and the last of the oats that was in the east field. They worked hard. We shall preach this evening. Fine day. 25 26 Dr. Wallace, Bruce, and his boys with them came; they finished drawing in our grain and then drew in Wallace's grain and put it in our barn. That is the job done. Fine day. 27 To Tack, Lois, James, Curvin, and home. Tennis also. Scott, Hatie, Eller, and tenet. They all went to the old place to market and rabies. Fine day. 28 To get home today from Robes. 29 We all went to the funeral of Hans Kicker. Reichel preached in the Methodist church. There was a long funeral. 31 Twice went to Brockville on the michigan they morning. To her school. She is going to work there. Eller went with us and Scott to Lynn's. Saying goodbye and going there for some time until this set leaves. Fine day.

1889 September 1 Mr. McPhail parceled cows this morning. He helped Bence in the morning. Warren dunged the dooryard to the south field. He's working with Breve, hoping to draw in. 5 Spent most of the day. Wallace is fixing a sleeve to hang off the gangster one to his helping. He's drawing dung to the south field where he intends to sow barley. 7 Philo and I channeled up the fallow land that was in greenery. We got it through the house when the stone to go with rent are millaria to sow hay to attend the meeting of Session. Norman was guessed in as an elder and signed the declaration and took me to Sand Bay, to the Communion. There was a good meeting. Rev. Finzies preached. I do work at the Summerfallow and got it ready for the set. The ground is in good order. 10 A.O. got a drill and drilled in 3 bushels of the old fall wheat in the northeast corner of the north field. The ground is in good time. He went to Sand Bay and brought home the colts. Fine day. 11 Ava and Wallace cut the case corn with the reaper and binder and stocked it in the down-can. They went to Bruce's. Got circular sack and soured hallacas. Was here. 12 Went to Gananoque to know the Charlie house acts on the cars. He told him to Williamson and sent on the cars to Pittsburgh on the big colled saysed to themselves. Stop at Gananoque to saw the train de St. George. Box. Wallace is fixing the granny for the tax and then took Smith Falls Reaper to the state. Started the Warren boys come this in the afternoon and thrashed out Wallaces off the Barlanoch part. Ours. They then thrashed our's. They finished about dark. Bruce's boys and Abby.

1889 September Mr. Pfeil preached this morning. Fine day. 15 16 Go and wellness clean two bags of Halloween eats in the growing itunes. That ring will then there 4 mill. Took into the de barn and cleaned bags of hay. May 17 Add it all to the event will for boys find this morning. He got back heave don't some Maine. 19 Add and this went to Miss Stewart's wedding. Fine day. 19 Aid recapitulated. Brought ants. Fine day. 20 Rain all day. No work outside of the house. 21 St. Went with Wallace to the slay's land. Home. He has his land to fix the forces. They took the standard with them. Sunday with 115 McPherson + student provided I have this evening. 23 To Knudsen hull. AO to dig potatoes in the little filby. The milkche tit. They are very poor. 22 24 Avant Vardan pushed this morning. There was only Barhet. They dug some in the can field. Fine day. 25 Aid and Te Nawlan dug potatoes in the north field in the forenoon. Nowlan worked in the journey. He had to attend thrashing in the afternoon. Aid dug. We are cleaned six bags of spring wheat and in the afternoon rained at night. 27 Add went to Sydenthoude with the guest. Fine day. After the rain, he got home about sack lock Mary deck. 23 finished digging the potatoes. They are very poor. Created a good many rot on the blues. They are the worst with the not. Heute Pheal preached this morning. Fine day. 29 30 Act picked the pears there and some topless.

1994 January 2 Himmet to Gananoque little sign. Who put the year-old colt in and placement? 3 Took them to the fair. I was in the ball all day. Af was living thing on the ground. "There was a fine turnout today, and the day was my favorable. We teach first on Pears on full clause on flannel, all wood blankets on cotton & wool blankets. 6 5. B.U. drew cheese from the Failing to the Station. Ho we Phail this evening. Five days. 7. To placed in the middle field East side. Fine day. 13 Do. So little rain. 9 At is blowing in the middle field. Fine day. 10 20 11.00. Do. Little rain. Do. Fine day. 12 Al went to Maltatown and bought a mare from the Station master. Theme had got its leg brack last spring. It is a little home. He got dollars for it. No we Phail preached this morning. Fine day. 14 Av is playing in the middle field East side. 15 16 17 Do. I am doing chores. My head is a good better - of the dizziness. The pills that I got from Dr. Hannah did me. 18 At is plowing. He plays with the cart in the morning and with white with home in the afternoon. It belongs in consul. The black with midyat. 19 Mr. the clean and a student preached. 20 A.J. and Bruce and Wallace killed the old saw. She is very pat. Fine day. 22 At is blowing in hand center field. He got all done but the hundreage's. 23 A went out to Lahin Cook's and got his bar and let him out with this Eures. I went to Hin Burns' funeral. Young preside. in the Church of England. Have the church was well filled. Fine day

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