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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902


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October FRIDAY, 31 (304-61) 1902

Hallow E'en. Finished taking in the turnips Mr. Irvin here with his team in afternoon Wat Burrows here all day. Da over to Irvin's before breakfast. very fine day.

November SATURDAY, 1 (305-60)

Da ploughing on other place all day. Ma, Olive and I at Drayton in afternoon very fine ^ mild {the word "mild" is above and in between "fine" and "day"} day. little rain at night. Will Gregory got load turnips for Uncle Johnny. Gordon.

SUNDAY, 2 (306-59)

I drove Grandma up to church. down to Grandma's afternoon. very fine day. mild and warm Mr Craig brought piece meat.

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