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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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June Month 1910.

WED .1.

Our White and black cow calved this morn of Jun 1st 1910 on Wednesday it was a bull calve a white adn a little red spots around the head. Father and I sawed Tomas Barrett wood to-day wednesday Jun 1st 1910 Price for sawing $4.00

Fri .3.

Mother ordered a new black suit skirt and coat black, from Dunk & Mackintyre out Perry yesterday Thurs June 2nd 1910 Price $15.80

Mon .6.

Mother and Father went to Brougham to J.A. White sat morn June 4, 1910 about eight oclock and from there to Uncle Fred on @ Kayan then to Jhon{illegible} White Altona and from there to Uncle Will McKay Saturday the day they went away it was certainly a {illegible} day nice and warm Jun 4, 1910.

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