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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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November Month 1909

SAT 13.

Emmerson and I got our hair cut to-day 13 th of Nov 1909.

Mon 15

Father & I ploughed the garden with Charles the Broncoc with Thomas Turner's new plough single horse plough. Weather fine turning colder.

Thur 18

It snowed on the 17 th of Nov 1909 our first for not so very much. I fixed the cellar on the east side under house and also the little {plade?} form from the velandah to the pump platform to-day nov 18 th 1909. I pulled up the leakerod to-day Emmerson is feeling a quite a bit better to-day.

Fri 19.

Mother Father and I were to a W.C.T.U f{rest of word peeled off} him frie social down to Mrs Pan Boe, they had a quite a crowd and a very nice program, for supper we had a Piece of Pumpkin pie and a piece of cake.

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