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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902


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March WEDNESDAY, 26 (85-280) 1902

Da and Herb. Page did the chores then Art came and they brought up a load of hay before dinner. Drawing all afternoon. Ma and Grandma at Drayton. very fine day. Uncle James died yesterday will McTavish married

THURSDAY, 27 (86-279)

Da choring in forenoon and went back to stack and brought up a jag of hay. very fine weather for March snow all gone and roads Da over to pay Mick Blackwell for wood. dusty.

FRIDAY, 28 (87-278)

Good Friday Da done up the chores and a little after 10 started to Palmerston for flour. Home again about six o'clock. Got 500 of flour. 100 for Grandpa rather fine in forenoon, but sultry. rained all afternoon.

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