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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902


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September THURSDAY, 4 (247-118) 1902

Da went for the beef. then cleaning pens and stables all day. weather like the Equinoxes. Da served with summon to go on the Pitit jury. quite heavy frost.

FRIDAY, 5 (248-117)

Da packing away the mows to make room. Mr. Craig here in afternoon helping also. Ma at Grandmas for dinner. Mrs. Martin of Toronto here in afternoon. I over to Mr. McTavish's at noon. Da over to Drury's at night. fine day. cool.

SATURDAY, 6 (249-116)

Da, Mr. McTavish, and Wilmot drawing in barley from away back. Wat. Burrows, Percy and Ross McEwing brought up loads each in afternoon. Looking very like rain, but held off till night, then little shower. Da at Drayton at night. Olive & I there in afternoon.

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