Tuesday Jan 3 Moderate Clear Sunny We went to Holdens & visited & took dinner & they are getting worse off all the time Holden Cant make Enough to keep up thru the winter when they have to buy fuel & are now in debt for 4 yrs Coal I will have to help pay this & I wont See him want for Any of the necissaries of life while I have plenty to Spare
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