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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1924

Frank McMillan Diary 1924 27.pdf

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Sept 5th. Very cold with a few cold showers. Had a pretty busy day on orders north. 195 lshts tomatoes 304 124 lshts plums 30 + 404 19 lshts peas 604 22 lshts Picking cukes 404 to 754 7 red peppers 75 and $100.7 green peppers 354.8 cents cauliflowers $150. 2 bags cabbages 504 total 384 lshts 8 crates 2 bags

Sept 6th Every thing going flat. Sold scott 130 Burbank plums at 244.

Sept 7th. Sunday. Fine and moderately warm.

Sept 8th. Monday not much doing only about 200 lshts orders and a few cabages + cauliflower. Ben Rupert refused to

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pick tomatoes. So got fired. Showery part of day.

Sept 9. Not very many orders shipped 80 lsht Burbank plums to Toronto sold 4 40 + 454 sold N.P.G. 25 peppers {illegible} 1/2 ton cabbages $12 per ton.

Sept 10th. Very few orders sent 160 lshts plums to Toronto and 47 lshts green peppers sold at plums peppers. Weather very cold + raw with a few showers people wearing over coats.

Sept 11. Busy today shipped 70 plums + 1 lshts green peppers to Toronto at noon sold at

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