Tuesday August 17th 1886 A cloudy warm day 4 hands tiled & we finished our surveying & I paid the Surveyor for 426 rods 4,50 & took him to Nira Roy & Grant both hauled manure & old Straw at the other place on the flat ground was there we surveyed & the East ditch is aimed to have 24 in & 61/100 full in 57 rods all others ½ in to the rod at least & some more put our binder in shed in the Eve the tillers helped
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