Diary Page 35



Diary Page 35


- Surrender of Cronje_
- Patriotic concert at Opera House for Red Cross fund


February Monday 26 1900
It was very cold and I did
not go to school. The Ladies
Home Journal came to-day
The club meets here to-night
They were all here expect
Armstrongs and McGhies.
Mr Pay won the gentleman's
prize Mrs Macgregor the ladies
and Mrs Notman the booky [?]
As we were eating lunch
the cannons started to go
off and we though Ladysmith
was relieved some, Mr Macgregor is
not going to clean his boots until it is relieved.

Tuesday 27
It was a false report about
Ladysmith, but Cronje had
surrendered. They had a
partriotic concert in the opera
House last night for Red Cross
fund. Mamma went uptown in
afternoon and I went afer
to the Post office and library
I sent for three pieces of 10 count
musc from Denton Cottier & Daniels
Buffalo. They were at the Spring by Liszt
Two Lakes by Lesschetizby, and Tannerhauser
March by Wager. I got the "Heavenly
Twins" out of the Library. Mamma
got a color cord [?] and the
color are grouped so harmoniously
Phoebe got a letter from Jennie Tucker

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[GLOBAL]February 26-27, 1900

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