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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1924

Frank McMillan Diary 1924 17.pdf

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June 28. Picked 63 crates SBerries this morning. Sold 28 here at $5.00 and cash back. Shipped balance to Toronto sold at. 20 at 25 4 50 23 30 22. Makes 108 crates total picked to this Sat night. First week, expected Indium from Londay today worked all afternoon at Hamilton Station none arrived.

June 29. Rained all Sat afternoon Sunday. Cool with heavy west wind.

June 39th. Monday picked 150 crate SBerries till 130PM. Had a share at 2 oclock. Took 55 crates to Toronto by {illegible} sold 54 at 400 and 41 at 12 cents.

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July 1st. Cool with a few sprinkles up rain picked 198crates SBerries had to shift 178 to Toronto on Commission no orders no sales. And all gone to peices in Toronto selling 8 to 10 cents in Toronto this morning. We done goot yesterday by selling

July 2nd. Only picked 76 crates today. Weather cold berries selling 8cts.

July 3. Picked 179 crates berries today mostly sold around 8 cents.

July 4. Picked 151 crates to 230PM. Quite. No sale. Sent 60 cents to Toronto by truck. Sold 42 at 104 10 at 84 8 at 81.

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