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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1922

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Diary 1922. Frank McMillan Burlington

Jan 1st Sunday, new Years Day, very cold this morning. Zero.

Jan 2nd and still cold below zero yet, no electric lights. no Radial cans till noon.

Election Day: we voted in both townships.

Jan 3rd milder this morning and snowing a little. Yesterdays Election returns are in East {Hambors?} Peter Rae Reeve, and ult. Easterbrook. Deputy Reeve in Nelson Irving. Reeve {Ry aid,?} H.T. Foster one of the councillors , in Burlington Hobson again for mayor + Harris for Reeve Burlington won first of their O.H. {a game with} Ham. Tigers in overtime {play} score 4-2

Jan 4th Running all day roads very icy

Jan 5th {illegible} Running yet this am ice all gone. turning cold again {-Tonight?}

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