March 17, 1902

Has been a rather cold day: but not so windy as yesterday which would have been one of the worst days in memory if there had been any snow to darken the air. As it was it was most difficult to feed stock anything but corn.

St Patrick was a little out of order this spring.

I attended the Tp. (Township) board meeting today, the first meeting I have attended so far.

Five of our Telephone poles were cut night before last.

The grass that has started last week received a sudden check in the cold snap which has frozen the ground to considerable depth.

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