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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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73 March Month 1911.

Mon 20. 

Jack Roach of Port Penny broke his leg while sawing wood with the circular saw at Port Penny for Jim on the avenue March 8th on Wednesday 1911.

Archers let it for hine and did not do any good. they told {illegible} he had to go to the for treat-ment.

went to the General on Wed 15th of Mar 1911 in 

Was on Fri 17th 1911.

Miss Flossie Mearing and Erentt Loveirere narried at Prince Alfred on Feb 9th 1911.

Mr Mearing moved from Prince Alfred to Reen on March 22nd 1911

Mrs Luck Gane birth to a son on March 14th 1911.

Fred and Mother went down to Tom Brawns on March 9th. Prince Albert S. O. J. Lodge gone a basket on March 10th.

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