Franklin McMillan Diary, 1928

Title

Franklin McMillan Diary, 1928

Creator

Franklin McMillan

Source

Courtesy of Archival and Special Collections, University of Guelph

Date

1928

Language

English

Coverage

20th Century, Halton County, Nelson Township, Ontario

Date Created

January 1, 1928

Is Part Of

Franklin McMillan Diary Collection

Medium

Scanned Manuscript

Transcription

1928

Year 1928

Sunday Jan. 1st 1928


New Years Day came in cold. after about a week of mild weather turned cold last night with some snow flurries. Thermometer was 14 at 11 a.m. today with strong west wind. Jan 2nd. monday also cold as New Years. had John and family up for dinner. Saw N.Y. heard the football game and also about The Rose Tournament in Pasadena which was broad cast from about 57 stations all over the State. Buerle Auto Float won 1st prize.

Jan 3rd. weather has been real cold since last Sat. night. about zero each night but hardly any snow.

Jan 4th. Weather about the same. wrote for prices on tires from Maloney Bros Danville H'wy. Heard the great Dodge Bros Victory Programme to-night at 10:30 to 11:30 P.M. Broadcasted by 47 stations estimated 30 million people heard it. It was announced from Hollywood by Will Rogers also heard Whiteman's Band in New York. All goes on + 7 tube Atwater Kent $96.00 for the Radio broadcast. The new Dodge car out tomorrow

+ 4 at Montreal + Ottawa clear and loud on the radio.

Jan 5th. weather some milder today.

Jan 6th. Fine + mild snow all gone. did not have much this winter so far not more than inch or so at a time.

Jan 7th. Still mild & thawing smith working at hut shed: sashes will have to get some new ones or some of the old ones done

Jan 8th Sunday- mild & cloudy sat up until 2:30 this am listening on the Radio. was extra good last night. Had {KSO?} & {Desmoines?} + {CKY?} Winnipeg so loud had to turn them down also had {KFI?} {Los Angeles?}. Lost the Kyrgys[?]

sunrise was {K.F.S.D} of San Diego only a 500 watter had it off & on long as we wanted it. clear & fine.

Jan 9th. Have heard from Maloney retires prices low Delux 25" Chains 35 ½ 4 & Tubes 37 ½ guess we will need a couple of hundred to fill in.

Jan 10th. weather still mild & cloudy, no snow and thawing.

Jan 11th. Still mild & thawing but mostly cloudy.

Jan 12th. Ordered 25 new fluted sashes cost with putty strips about $8.50 each + Glass no. cheap $3.45, {} weather still mild & cloudy.

cost for cash yet 5% off. $66.25 for 25% less. also order from Maloney Bros Danville, N.Y. to be shipped about April 10th. .175 bushel 40 shins 5 ½ Duke, 5 Maloney plums 25 ½ 10 pears 30 ½ 10 cherries 35

Jan 13th. Went to Hamilton got chov license no. 106953. weather still mild and cloudy, hope the thawing it will be hard on fruit trees + leaves.

Jan 14th. mild & cloudy some rain. frost all out some people ploughing.

Jan 15th. Fine & clear but some cooler. Pools claim colder weather coming tonight, down to Toronto. getting very cold tonight.

Jan 16th. Cloudy, some milder, some sleet + rain in the afternoon, roads very icy, large skating on the cement roads. went to Lodge first time for a long time.

Jan 17th. Fine + mild went down to Ketts for the day.

Jan 18th. Fine + mild just like spring, running all day, conditions ideal for it! grand day + no snow.

Jan 19th. Ordered seeds from Stokes call. 1/28 cop. mkt 1 ½ $0 1 oz Viking Pep. Mkt 70¢ 1 oz early snowball cauliflower $1.50 2 oz green pack extra 20¢ lb.

Walkerville Perfect 225 $ 1 oz Harris early giant pepper 75¢ 16 oz Marglobe tomat 50. Total $4.70

Jan 20th. Turned cold last night. frozen up. cold again and blowing a gale from the west 4 Temp 30° at 5 p.m. tonight celebrated my birthday by going to Hamilton and getting two teeth filled.

Jan 21st. Cold + windy.

Jan 22nd. Sunday not so cold but windy. drove to Hamilton to see Bro. Chownman. had first lectures (a nail).

Jan 23rd. Fine + mild just like spring again, running {}.

Jan 24th. Raining nearly all day, fixed sash in the morning, moved Smith's boat into the house in the afternoon

Jan 25th. Colder and very windy, painting bedroom.

Jan 26th. Colder. Snowed until now 4 or 5 inches Smith fixing sash clear & cool tonight

Jan 27th. Cold 2 below zero this morning at 8 o'clock paper hanging. same job.

Jan 28th. Still cold but bright. Smith fixing sash.

Jan 29th. Clear + cold drove up to {Reo} Chapman for supper

Jan 30th. Very cold 8 below zero this morning, still working upstairs papering and painting.

Jan 31st. Not quite so cold 12 above zero

Feb 1st. Windy with snow squalls. had to go to Hamilton for more paint

Feb 2nd Partly cloudy {glass} the ground hog saw his shadow alright as we have six weeks more winter still at the papering it is some job.

Feb 3rd Getting milder safe at the same job

Feb 4th. Milder Thawing + looks like rain painting door today, snow all gone again. Feb 5th. Cold again every thing frozen solid. Doris has a bad cold, and the rest of us feeling punk Feb 6th. Moderately cold all have colds. Feb 7th. Raining all afternoon. went to Fruit Growers meeting. Having an agreement made re fruit marks act, some want to have all new packages sealed and wrapped. Doris had [some] apple pears + [tomatoes] but every person wanted some thing else from the other fellow- so it was decided to leave it as it is for another year. Freezing tonight had an awful time getting home. Car turned right around and slidd off on the grass sideways in front of the Baptist Church Feb 8th. Raining this morning but fine this afternoon. Still putting on paper Feb 9th. Paper Hanging yet some job. Feb 10th. Fine + mild finished painting and papering the four up stair rooms

Feb 10th. Got Truck License 84750 - no C. 20238. Car, manure arrived this afternoon.

Feb 11th. Alarm 3rd Brilliant day - a very fine day. Thawing. Spent unloading car of manure.

Feb 12th. Sunday Fine

Feb 13th. Fine & mild

Feb 14th. Raining nearly all day.

Feb 15th. Cloudy & mild Thawing all day.

Feb 16th. Weather about the same cloudy & mild

Feb 17th. Some colder - made 6 new fluted frames and turned pile of manure getting ready for lettuce.

Feb 18th. Colder again 4 Below zero night of 10 p.m.

Feb 19th. Sunday one of the winter coldest days strong westerly gales. Few snow flurries and lots of dust blowing.

Feb 20th. Cold & blustery with some snow flurries Toronto's grads won the world's hockey championship with hardly any Americans on team, in the three games were: Toronto 11, Swedens 0. Toronto 14, England 0. Toronto 13, Switzerland 0.

Feb 21st. Cold & clear 3 below at 8 a.m. today. Got 4000 - 1½" bolts in from last night & this morning.

Feb 22nd: Mild again, thawing some more running.

Feb 23rd: Put up 24 stakes for the first flat beds of the season. Turning colder again.

Feb 24th: Real winter again today, cold with some snow flurries.

Feb 25th: Sowed first Seeds. 8 oz. Copenhagen Lettuce, 1 oz. Viking Cabbage, 1 oz. Snow Ball Cauliflower, 8 oz. World Beater Pepper, ½ oz. Harris Giant. We done all Stokes Seeds also 4 sack our own field pepper seed & 1. Weather very cold but sunny, 3 below at 8 a.m. some report as low as 10 below.

Feb 26th: Sunday fair did not get very cold down to 7 below.

Feb 27th: Fair & cold, doing some more pruning & drawing wood out of orchard.

Feb 28th: Pruning & drawing wood & making a few more hotbeds also put in a load of slabs from sawmills.

Feb 29th: Drawing wood etc. a little colder.

Mar 1st: Windy, cold & a few snow flurries. Finished getting in "196 bolts" and about ½ ton from last year. Started to paint our kitchen.

Mar 2nd: Cold & windy painting Kitchen

Mar 3rd: Cold only 8 from zero at 8 a.m. Some snow flurries again. Sowed Tomato Seeds together, Beef 4 oz, Frost 4 oz, Best 1½ oz, Canadian 1 oz, Stoke's Half Dole 1 oz, Ponderosa 1 oz, Pink Brandyman 1 oz, Black Cherry 1 oz, 2000 Ildomane 1 oz, Red Cherry 1 oz, 5000 Libomispleen 1 oz, Red Klumis to be shipped April 10th. Stevens said 23 rd also ordered from H. Emsley, Stove. Stevensville Mich. 2000 Sheloon 30c lb 1000 lbs Copper Savannos of 625s.

Mar 4th: Sunday Very cold only 10 from zero at Bedtime windy with snow blizzards most of the day.

Mar 5th: Clear cold & windy 8 from zero at 7 a.m. The big race from Los Angeles to N. York started yesterday it is 3400 miles 278 started 1st place wins $25,000 not 7 got 25 or more divided P. Granville of Hamilton Canadian Champion Walker is in it.

Mar 6th: Still cold near zero last night, made another hot bed today, more Callery's, but lot did not come up good.

Mar 7th: Sowed another frame of Copenhagen Celery & Stoke's Early Seed 1 oz nearly ¼ of 100% weather cold & very windy

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Mar 7th: Kitcheners win. Sen. 6 H.A. fund Toronto Variety. Score on the two games 6 to 4.

Mar 8th: Fine today, finished building a new fice[?], closet and drawing wood + brush Toronto wins Junior 6 to 4 finals for new market score on the two games 4 to 3.

Mar 9th: Port Colborne wins Intermediate O.H.A. final from Kitcheners Score 2 to 1 on the round of two games.

Stormy today, storming and drifting like real winter the worst storm this winter most snow + wind.

Mar 10th: Windy today, lots of snow - weeding before above a good catch.

Mar 11th: Sun day, mild and partly cloudy.

Mar 12th: Fine + mild went to Dr. McFarland to see about my eyes. New fying[?] starts famous.

Mar 13th: Cloudy + mild big rain after dinner Toronto Marlboros beat the Soo. in Junior Play off 2 games score 13 to 3.

Mar 14th: Unloading car of manure roads getting muddy.

Mar 15th: Froze hard again this morning finished car of manure – South Porcupine Seniors Beat Port Colborne Intermediates last night 4 to 0 after.

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Mar 16th: Weather still cold and finger so cold killing up manure & gathering brush Toronto Marlboros (Juniors) lost in the Semi finals Tonight with Ottawa Juniors score 3 to 2.

Mar 17th: Cold but bright very around to borrow and till 10 o’clock fetching Brush all day. Kitcheners defeat South Porcupine 11 to 3 in the two games in Semi final Senior Hockey games.

Mar 18th: Sunday cold & cloudy for church. Isabel went to Hamilton to see Mrs. Mays for tea.

Mar 19th: Cold & windy finished drawing brush some big job.

Mar 20th: Unloaded ten car of manure in the morning also started transplanting Callerys after dinner windy but a little milder.

Mar 21st: Making hot beds all day.

Mar 22nd: A little milder, transplanting more callerys, also started on tomatoes.

Mar 24th: Very warm over 76 in the sun at noon transplanting all day Tomatoes & peppers, had to do some watering too.

Mar 25th: Some ice on the roof raining.

Mar 26th: Monday transplanting peppers. Wrapped with some light thunder showers in the evening. Regina wins Junior Canadian Championship Hockey from Ottawa. After a tie on the first two games, wins the 3rd by score of 7 to 1.

Mar 27th: A change in the weather this morning. Thermometer at 18. And evening is blowing a blizzard.

Mar 28th: Still cold & windy with a few snow flurries and lots of dust blowing. Some drawing manure out on the land with the sleigh, no snow though.

Mar 29th: Still cold & cloudy, got a few more tomatoes transplanted. Manitoba University won Senior Hockey championship by winning 2 games out of three from Montreal. W. Russell D of 25 Davenport St. Hamilton re-grafted Plum trees they done last year but did not grow very good.

Mar 30th: Another blizzard of snow storm from the east all day.

Mar 31st: Clear & cold, drew manure to the field on the sleigh, good sleighing in the morning.

April 1st: Sunday, clear & bright & some warmer still some snow on the ground.

April 2nd: Fine & warm; unloading another car of manure. Very muddy; got stuck with the truck.

April 3rd: Another light thunder shower this morning. Still going to see about my eyes to Dr. McFarlane; seemed a little better today. Charlotte sick since Sat. Jewel to Maitland.

April 4th: Fine & warm; transplanting peppers, etc.

April 5th: Fine & very warm; finished transplanting. 75 in the shade, as hot as summer; 2000 blackcurrant plants (meneescant?) arrived. Root castings; they are very small but look like good roots.

April 6th: Good Friday; very warm, 75; painting furniture at back of John's. John ploughing for blackberries.

April 7th: Planted blackberries in the morning. Raining after dinner; getting cooler tonight.

April 8th: Easter Sunday. Like winter again; very heavy gales from the West. Earth snow flurries; temperature below 30 all day.

April 9th: Drawing manure & fixing drains; still cold. Thermometer 24 at 7 AM this morning and just as cold tonight.

April 10th & 11th: Drawing out manure and fixing big drain. Putting in sand well, some job - drain in bad shape a lot of sand in it.

April 12th: Spreading manure and started weeding peppers. Aunt Effie died in Wesleyville, Pa - this afternoon.

April 13th: Still cold & windy. Left here at 3:10 for Wesleyville with Hecks & John. Arrived about 10:45 P.M., 173 miles.

April 14th: Raining in Wesleyville nearly all day. Effie was buried at North East - some name for a town - about 11 miles the side of Wesleyville. It was pouring rain and a gale blowing when we were at the cemetery. We did not go back. Came straight on home. A dandy highway right through to Buffalo about 92 miles. Made 75 miles from North East to 7 miles from Buffalo in 2½ hours. Turned very cold & windy near Buffalo. Blew a hurricane all the way home. At Burlington Beach Park at the Canal [dwellers] blowing right across the highway. I got home before 11 P.M. after stopping at John’s & Heck’s. Made it in less than seven hours.

April 15th: Sunday. Cold & cloudy, windy and a few snow flurries. Temperature 24 tonight at 7 p.m.

April 16th: Started spraying plums & pears with oil. 7 gallons to tank. Got one tank on everything going wrong.

April 17th: New planting trees. Got 4 tanks of spray on today, weather still cold. Ground covered with snow this morning.

April 18th: Spraying. Got 5 tanks on. Still planting trees.

April 19th: Unloaded car of manure. Very cold and one of the worst gales of the season.

April 20th: Very cold this morning, ground frozen. Finished oil spraying, 2 tanks, 12 tanks in all. April 21st: We received Buds on Sweet Cherries, afraid not many will grow. Started snowing & raining about 3 p.m. at 9 p.m. tonight, ground covered with snow, still snowing.

April 22nd: Still cold & cloudy.

April 23rd: Started unearthing strawberries, tomatoes in jail for being drunk.

April 24th: Cold & cloudy, have a bad stretch in my back making out income tax papers.

April 25th: Uncovering strawberry, windy and very cold.

April 26th: Unloading peppers, etc., not quite so cold but cold at night, freezing, ice every night.

April 27th: Finished uncovering strawberries, the new beds look green but now very light. Old beds look bad. Started transplanting tomatoes.

April 28th: Planted cucumbers, 5 sacks, also planting some tomatoes in lines 4½ & 5½ in. Think 5½ in. are small enough for some slow work. Also planted 1st strawberries. 12 Rows next. Jerry's shack, 12 bloom plants from Baldwin.

April 29th: Sunday, windy but a lot warmer. Went for a drive out to Carlisle, took a few snaps by a creek there.

April 30th: Cold & showery all day, planted a few more strawberries.

May 1st: Fair but cool, planning strawberries.

May 2nd: Started planting four celery beds; fine & warm, about 68°.

May 3rd: Finished planting celery, 14,500 and 500 cauliflowers, warm but partly cloudy. They wilted quite a bit but guess they will come up all night.

May 4th: Very warm, 92 in the sun at noon planting strawberries & transplanting tomatoes.

May 5th: Turning cold again. Planting strawberries, that's planting tomatoes.

May 6th: Sunday, cold & cloudy, went to Cholokka Falls, also Dundas with Hicks.

May 7th: Cold this morning. Planted 3 bags of potatoes, 20 lbs beans & 10 lbs peas, transplanting tomatoes, watering, etc.

May 8th & 9th: Planting strawberries & transplanting tomatoes. Have about 17,000. We think weather fine & warm; cut 4 slabs of grass or maybe for 10 that.

May 10th & 11th: Very warm like summer. Finished planting strawberries, about 9 acres. Large patch in cherry orchard very dry. Ordered eleven cars of manure, 6 for cherry covering, last shipment, 1st by now all to arrive in Nov. 3 & 5 cases hotted. Jan 15th & 30th Feb 15th & 25th & Mar 10th.

May 11th: Planted sweet corn & pumpkins, very dry now, watering cooler tonight & strong winds.

May 12th: Very cold northerly wind today, light frost this morning. Started hoeing strawberries.

Sunday, May 13th: Drove as far as Dundas Park in the afternoon.

May 14th: Sowed carrot drill seed. Sowed just past + half way past tension hole in drill. Trying to get drill set just right without turning carrots.

May 15th: Warm + dry hoeing old strawberry patch. Not much good by the looks of it.

May 16th: Cloudy + looks like showers. Cut 10½ last grass. Have already shipped 22 lots sold from $8.20 to $8.30. Hoeing old strawberry bed. Had Mr. Braggs off.

Winn Cup around yesterday, says he wants them again.

May 16th: Hoeing strawberries, colder + starting to rain in the evening.

May 17th: Showery all day, planted Raspberry suckers.

May 18th: Cloudy + damp. Put salt on asparagus, 2 sacks Nitrate of Soda on cherry orchard. Planted 15 lbs more beans. Others mostly rotten + eaten away with wire worms, as many as five in a leaf.

June 2nd: Cold again, finished planting out hot frames, put sashes inside and filled up frames. Thermometer down to 40 late tonight, too cold.

June 3rd: Still clear & cold west wind.

June 4th: Hoeing, cultivating, etc. in the morning, cold & cloudy, and raining all afternoon, temperature 44 this evening.

June 5th: Cold & showery all day, cleaned up hot beds, part of the time.

June 6th: Strawberry again, only worked half day, cleaning up hot beds.

June 7th: Finished cleaning up hot beds. Started sheltering cucumbers.

June 8th: Planted out cauliflowers. Another shower in the night.

June 9th: Planted 6 lbs. potatoes, also 2 lbs. sugar beets, weather turning cold tonight, down near 40 at bedtime.

June 10th: Sunday, fair, cold along with west wind, drove up to 2 Mills Summer Resort.

June 11th: Started spraying, got on 6 tanks, 54 lbs. lead, 3 1/2 lb. lime sulfur per tank.

Weather fine & resumed hoeing & cultivating strawberries. Some heavy, but still spraying 6 tanks more on. Seems to be a fair crop of cherries, got a few plums but bullocks look light, and no pears at all.

June 13th: Finished spraying 16 tanks in all. Would take about 20 tanks if a crop of pears. No pears so only gave them a sprinkle & slight blunder; shower in the afternoon.

June 14th: Cloudy, looks more rain. Heavy & cultivating.

June 15th & 16th: Heavy hoeing & cultivating, warm in daytime but cool nights, nearly frost.

June 17th: Sunday, fair but cool east wind. Had supper (picnic) near Arcade, called on T. McWilliams on the way home.

June 18th: Started to weed carrots, small rain after dinner and all night.

June 19th: Rained some more this morning. Cleaned up muck and cleaned tiles & drains after dinner. Everything flooded.

June 20th: Hoeing corn, tomatoes & strawberries. Pretty wet yet.

June 21st: Raining again this morning. Hoed raspberries & put nitrate on. Picked in the afternoon. June 22nd: Picked first 13 crates 14 x 36. Fruits shipped to Toronto. Sold at 70 cents, 23 + 25 + pints more, showers, and berries very dirty. June 23rd: Sat. more rain, both morning + afternoon + night. June 24th: Sunday, fine, drove to Guelph, had picnic supper in the park. June 25th: More rain in the night, picked 46 more crates. Berries dirtier than ever after so much rain. Received $4.09 for each crate (34 pints) shipped on Tuesday, also 7 crates jam sold at $2.50. June 26th: Cultivated + weeded carrots. Some job. Been stopped so often by rain but got down this time. June 27th: 41 crates strawberries we shipped Monday to Toronto, sold 31 at 84 cents, 150 at 94 cents, 50 at 104 cents, some drop since Sat., 233 + 254 pints picked, 62 x 36 pints. Sold today at 104 + 134, average about 124 cents per pint. June 28th: Fine + warm, hoeing + cultivating. June 29th: Friday, raining again this morning, dirt.

June 30th: Showers in the morning, picked 35 x 36 lb. shipped to Toronto, sold at... July 1st: Sunday, warm, went to La Salle Park about 5 PM and had picnic. July 2nd: Very warm, must have been 90 in the shade as it was 103 in the sun beside the barn. Berries soft & really cooked, taking most of them to Upham's Jam Factory. July 3rd: Very warm again, picked 66 crates of strawberries. July 4th: Warm yet about 90 in the shade. They say only picked 57 crates today, some of the year. July 5th: Fine + cool, shipped 78 crates of berries to garden parties, not all. 164 took balance of 23 crates to Jam Factory. July 6th: Only 48 crates of berries today, sold 18 at 164 at Balducci Factory. July 7th: Very warm again, about the hottest this year, hoeing all day.

July 8th: Sunday, very warm, 94 in the shade, they say. Went to Van Wagner Beach with Hammonds.

July 9th: Very warm yet. Picked 87 crates of strawberries. Had a shower in the evening. Picked first cherries, 6 baskets Early Richmonds.

July 10th: Warm again. Picked 36 crates of cherries, sold at 65 cents.

July 11th: Spraying cherries, put 6 tanks on today, 55 ½ lbs lead and 3 ½ gals lime sulfur.

July 12th: Spraying again, sprayer went plumb. Got 2 tanks on by 9 o'clock. Picked 35 crates Richmonds and 20 crates Callery.

July 13th: Finished picking strawberries, only had 243 x 36 pint crates and 432 x 12 quart crates. Started to shower about 4 p.m.

July 14th: Pulling weeds out of old strawberry bed. Some job.

July 15: Sunday, fine. Stayed home all day.

July 16th: Picked 60 crates Richmond cherries at 60 cents, also 15 crates sweets bobs at 80 cents. Expected a lot of them, but nearly all rotten. Cut 61 crates Callery at 75 cents. Picked first beans, 6 crates, 60 cents.

July 17th & 18th: Picking cherries, etc.

July 19th: Big rain all night. Wet until noon. Picked 47 crates of cherries, all varieties. Started on Montmorency.

July 20th: Nothing doing. Raining & wet all day. Picked only 10 crates of cherries. Made some new ladders.

July 21: Picked first raspberries, 5 crates. Pints shipped to Toronto. Cooler today. Sold at 204, 196, 184.

July 22nd: Sunday. Rained all night and all morning in torrents. Everything flooded. Drain by the cistern washed out again.

July 23: Our biggest day this season. 227 baskets of cherries, mostly at 85¢. 37 crates of Callery at 65¢. 36 crates of beans at 50¢. 6 crates at 75¢. 1 pepper (first) $1.00. 2 crates of mammons (first) $1.50.

July 24: Orders lighter today. Picked 152 crates of cherries & 6 crates of raspberries.

July 25th: Picked 181 crates of cherries today. 10 crates of Callery, 10 beans, 10 cukes, 2 mammons. Fine & very warm.

July 26th: Picked 225 crates of cherries today. Also 25 crates of peppers sent to Toronto. Sold at 90¢ & $1.00 for the 20 crates sent July 24th & 25th.

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