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Milton Dyment Diary, 1907-1911


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Mar 31st 6 Won S Giquere Lost " 0

6 F {name?} " 0

6 Lees " 0

6 P McGregor " 0

6 Marshall " 0

6 Lumsdum " 0

6 W {name?} " 0

6 E Louiselle " 0

2 Best. " 4

$ Unknown. "2

Mar 6th Henry. Noah & Myself spent some time in prospecting Mr Forbes Bush near Sulfer Springs

Mar 12. To Hamilton. cold and dull.

Jerseyville. April. 8/1908 Dear Sir For one Dollar enclosed, Please send me the Family Herald and Weekly Star one year. Yours Truly. Milton Dyment.

Jerseyville. Ant.

April 14th. I played with the Hamilton Y.M.G.A checkers team agaisnt the Hamilton {illegible} team. the score was twelve games twelve draws and twenty nine games in favor of the {illegible} team.

May 3rd to Hamilton. Cold my twenty eight birthday.

Jerseyville Aug 25th 1908 Dear Sir. your card of the 15th recived. I want -3 peices for the out side of the one big wheel (No R203) and about a doz links for the carrier chain, and a doz links for

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