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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902

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January SATURDAY, 4 (4-361) 1902

Da at Drayton at night. Da choring in forenoon. cleaned out hen and pig pens after dinner. Robt. North came here about eleven o'clock for a load of straw. had dinner here. Winnie McEwing brought Miss Wilson in here for a short time in afternoon. very fine day.

SUNDAY, 5 (5-360)

At home in forenoon. Ma, Brock and Olive up to Grandpa Philp's in afternoon. Uncle John Gordon here in afternoon and for tea. I down to Grandma's for a little while. rather soft with a rather raw wind.

MONDAY, 6 (6-359)

Robt choring till about ten o'clock when Mr. McEwing came in and they both went to vote. Da finished choring. after dinner. John Walker here for a little in afternoon. May Gorden and Miss Stone called in here in the afternoon. Olive and Brock started to school with a new teacher Miss Wilson from Brussels. rather soft day. looking like rain. a little fall of snow in evening. Joe McDonald, reeve Wm. Duncan, Dixon, Brooks, Scott, councillors of Maryboro'.

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