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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902


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September SATURDAY, 13 (256-109) 1902

Da started away for Palmerston for flour at ten o'clock forenoon. Home about six. Dick Lowes and Harry here for tea. Ma and we children down to Drayton in afternoon. dull and rather misty in forenoon. turned out fine but cold. heavy frost at night.

SUNDAY, 14 (257-108)

Olive and I drove Grandma up to church at home rest of day. very fine day. good strong breeze blowing.

MONDAY, 15 (258-107)

{Olive is now writing}

Da went back and started to pull peas by the pump on other place. pulled till noon one of Mr. McEwings forking out. Clara at Drayton in afternoon. Da drawing in at Mr. McEwing in afternoon. fine day.

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