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Milton Dyment Diary, 1907-1911


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the chain that runs the shaker. I could meet you in Hamilton someday next week and get them, If you would let me know just when and where to meet you. Yours Very Truly. Milton Dyment

Jerseyville Ant.

Sep 5th 1908. Was to Toronto Fair.

" 12 Gave through out the summer for Hired help nine and a half Dollars to Allan Vansickle. eight Dollars to G. Smith. five Dollars to Symus Drake and Twenty and three quarters to Andy Swazyer.

" 12 Gave two Dollars and fifty five cents to a gentlement in Mr Corvick ware room Hamilton, for three lugs, shaker chain, and a doz links for carrier chain. of the Hoover digger.

" 12 To Hamilton. Warm. Very dry weather.

" 12 A pair of shoes from Gilbert Hamilton Kin St. Three and a half Dollars.

Nov 14 Fold. To Bennetts Malinee

" 15 Cold. To Hamilton

" 20 fine and warm. Loaded a car of potatoes at Summit Station for Mr Barrett for 52ct per bag.

" 22 At Hamilton. to Artons. fine and warm.

" 27 Loaded potatoes for Mr Barrett at Summit

" 28 Finished loading car of potatoes at 52ct per bag.

" 28 Paid Loyd Dodman Five Dollars in full for work.

" 28 Paid Sylvester Dodman One Dollar and a half in full for work.

" 28 Paid Gess Willson three Dollars in full for work.

" 30 Warm with some rain.

" 30 Paid Mr John Rouse for fifty Dollar Note he had agaisnt Noad and Me.

Dec 1 Cold, covered Potato Pits.

" 2 Cold. coverin Potato Pits.

" 3 Farmer. came to Hamilton.

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