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Milton Dyment Diary, 1907-1911


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Expenses in connection with Valen's Swamp. {Arrow pointing to Valen's} Beverly {name?}. Wentworth County

Oct 1907. saw $100 axes 150 axe handles 50 beetle rings 90 sawhandles 20 {illegible} 5- sawset 40

Dec 3rd 1907. Groceries -165 file 10 Paper 45- Hay & straw 180 Horse {illegible} 60 Bread & soap 30

Dec 5th 1907. Lumber Lath & Shingles 1410 stove & Pipe 185- Nails 42 Lock 60 Bucksaw 65- Horse to hay 50 hooks staples & Hingles etc 50 Horse hire 50

Dec 12th. 1907. Groceries. etc. 100 Groceries 265-

Dec 19/17 Hotel Lodging 150 Groceries, file. etc 245-

Jan 21st/08 Groceries, etc, 174

Jan7th/08. Gave Teflford $60.00 for one acre of ceder and recieved receipt. {sideways eight}

Jan 24th/08 Bough this book from Arton for $2.75.

" 25 Bennetts Theater {illegible} Hamilton

" A Razor hone from Parks & Parks

" 26 Snow Storm Hamilton.

" 27 Wintery. At the Savoy.

" 27 Paid in full for Violin. Bow. Case & Book.

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