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Cecil Swale Diary, 1904

Cecil Swale 1904 Diary 48.pdf

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January MONDAY, 11 (11-355) 1904

In bush forenoon. In afternoon took 200 bus turnips out of 1 pit. Foxes paddled round sheep a lot last night. Must be 2 at least. {lured} p.mice but altho' mice go there are no d. foxes. think birds must get mice first. Mild.

TUESDAY, 12 (12-354)

E & S finished turnip pit in afternoon. Mild. L Wright came here after spiles for {dock?}

WEDNESDAY, 13 (13-353)

Went to town, got bill of poles, attended agricultural meeting, spoke on Farmers asst. pd L Buckland 1.00 for sow service, Subscribed to the Canadian & {lotter?} Echo', got an axhandle for G. The Sugar Beet {las?} bonds are now being called in by U. Bk, and there is quite a fuss in Wiarton. George Carson died this afternoon at 4 brain trouble.

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