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William Sunter Diary, 1893

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DECEMBER 1888 1893

3 4 Monday (338-28)

Moderately cold + frosty. we sometimesexpecta change to softer weather but it holds on wonderfully well to winter. I have been helping Johnny to cut the planks and lay them in his pig pen. he is making a good job of it. we heard that Mrs Rober Morton had been porly for a few days back, so Margaret and I drove down after tea to night. we found she had been attacked again with the Grippe.