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William Sunter Diary, 1893

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16 17 Friday

The weather continues fine. frosty at night and the roads are now in fine condition. Johny went to Guelph again to day with a load of wood. he tells me he got measured what he has in - six cords and a quarter - they are waiting for another season for the rest. the roads are very bare of snow near Guelph and makes very tough pulling for the horses. Willie took a load of wood to Abbotts and 9 bags grain to chop. I also after helping him load up, drove over to the Talbot neighborhood and canvassed some for the Smallhorn fund. the Mitchells would not give anything. got the promise of some from Johny Loree and Alton. I was glad to learn that the deed is made and all settled. it is conveyed in fee simple to the 4 trustees, myself, H. Hortop, Dan Talbot & Mr Woodyat. {in margin} Johny at Guelph to day. I have canvassed some for Smallhorn fund to day. & have learned the business is all done excepting to raise some more money -

17 18 Saturday

Very beautiful day, the sun has shone out clear and warm. there is considerable frost at night however. I helped Johny to load up a load of turnips to take to Rockwood. there were 49 bushels & odd lbs. Willie took down a load of wood in the forenoon and after dinner he loaded up a load of turnips for Thomy Webb. they were stopped however by a telegram and Willie took down another load of wood to Abbotts. Maggie & Minnie and Joe McIntosh & Ewart drove up in two cutters to McKenzies, (with Pony and Fred) they had a very fine day but complained of the state of the roads up that way. {in margin} Johny took a load of turnips to rockwood - Willie took 2 loads of wood to Abbotts.

18 19 Sunday

A wintry day although somewhat mild. Ewart drove the girls to Everton this forenoon with Fred & cutter. they also went down again at night and Joe accompanied them. Margaret and I spent a while of the evening at Richd McWilliams. Johny & Lizzie were also there as well as Robert McWilliams & Miss Peterson. {in margin} Joe and the girls to meeting - Visiting

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