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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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1912 january

jan 1st i was poll clerk for the municipal election at prince albert jan 1st. Reeve crosier & deputty reeve marl & ma jnteper cormanillars dober jonhson peel stone.

Fri 5 father bought a little pair of scales for $2.00 thur jan 4. 1911.

jan 5 jas lang died and was burned on jan 8th it was very rough, stormy day. age 70 yers died of october.

jan sat 13 father and fred got 3 cords of singh 16 min soft wood from october on the fri aftrenoon sat nov fri 12th sat 13 of 1912.

my clothes weighs 19 1/2 lbs on sat dec jan 13 1911 m cloading overcoat, mitts, rubber, maggrains, cap, under coat, sweeter, pants, dwars, socks, 3 pair, shirt and under shirt.

Entertainment in prince albert hall given by so9 lodge on jan 30/12

amount of coal 1965


@$6,50 ton this her 1825=$5.94

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