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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902


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October SATURDAY, 4 (277-88) 1902

Da finished drawing manure. took load rails and fenced little hay stack, then brought up a load turnips for calves. At Drayton at night for Uncle Jim. very fine day. rather raw wind.

SUNDAY, 5 (278-87)

I drove Grandma up to church in forenoon Uncle Jim here for dinner. Da and Ma up to Grandpa's in evening very cold wind blowing in forenoon. heavy rain in afternoon. heavy rain at night.

MONDAY, 6 (279-86)

{Olive is now writing}

Da went back and skinned ram, who got killed by Burrow's ram, then ploughing rest of day on pea ground. I took Uncle Jim to station in morning very fine day. good breeze blowing.

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