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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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May Month 1910.

Thurs .26.

Father and Irvin Johnston brought the Matheson engine and thresher to Thomas Turner Prince Albert to-night from Ashburne on his way from Ashburn to here Prince Albert he went into Sender's down east of Prospect and got our Grain Mill it was out doors, The engine was sixteen horse power the work was done on Thur 26th of May 1910. The Fred went back to Toronto to-night May 26th 1910 on the half past five train around by Manills. I was up at Mrs Piles where Miss E. Smith was boarding and had a game of Crokey, score 4-8 in favor of E Smith Thur May 26, 1910.

Fri .27.

Father and I was to Port Perry to-day Fri May 27, 1910 and got some lumber for door of the new building about 6 ft

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