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Snaring the ‘Lintie’ – Spetember 1922

One day that I was walking along a by-road I saw two young men at a distance manoeuvring in the hedge next to a turnip field. When I came up to them I noticed that they had placed three small … Continue reading

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Work Starts with Lanterns – November 1906

A writer in a local weekly expends some picturesque pity upon the early farm worker. He had been staying with a country friend for the week-end and before starting for an early train looked into the yard to see lanterns … Continue reading

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Striving for Hay-Making Skills – August 1916

When the two big stacks were completed and the Dutch barn filled, the carts began to make a noise like thunder in the big barn adjoining the house. John say it’s a very ticklish corner into the door of the … Continue reading

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