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Milton Dyment Diary, 1907-1911


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1911 May 7 May 4 Jess Wilison helped one day

" 7 May 4 Ros Helped eight hours.

" 7 May 5 Jess Helped one day

" 7 May 5 Ros helped eight hours.

" 7 may 5 R Baguley helped one half day.

" 7 May 4 R Baguley helped one day.

" 7 May 6 Jess helped one day.

" 7 May 5 Delivered nineteen Bags of Potatoes to Brooks Bros unpaid to get ninety cents per bag.

" 13 Jerseyville May 13. 11

Mr Petrie Hamilton

Dear Sir Your letter recieved. We have only about five hundred bags of potatoes now. There we want to hold a while. We might write you again. Yours Truly. Milton Dyment. Jerseyville. Ont.

" 13 May 8 Jess helpeed one day.

" 13 May 9 Jess helpeed one day.

" 13 May 10 Jess helpeed one day.

" 13 May 11 Jess helpeed one day.

" 13 May 12 Jess helpeed one day.

" 13 May 13 Jess helpeed one day.

" 13 May 13 Ros helped one day

" 13 May 13 Roy Baguley helped one day

" 13 May 13 Paid Roy Baguley two Dollars and a half in full for two and a half days work

" 13 May 13 Paid Noah three Dollars in full for six days work done by Ros.

" 13 May 13 Paid Jess Wilison fifteen Dollars in full for eleven day work done the last two weeks.

" 13 May 13 Recieved Noah and me seventeen Dollars and two cents in full from J Brooks for Potatoes and settled for them with Noah

" 13 May 13 Recieved Noah and me One hundred and fourty nine Dollars from {illegible} Dyment for potatoes loaded to day balance fifty cents

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