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Returned home by the last boat after [[strikethrough]] anot [[/strikethrough]] an otherwise quiet evening.
[[strikethrough]] July [[/strikethrough]] June 28 Further meeting at University. Lunch in dining hall of University. Very interesting collection of [[strikethrough]]indian[[/strikethrough]] paintings of indian subjects. Council meeting in the afternoon then drive in carriages furnished by Toronto committee and afternoon tea at the Lieutenant Governor's. Drive home all then in the evening formal dinner. Speeches did not amount to much.
[[margin - Am. Chem. Soc. trip to Guelph Agricultural station. Then Cobalt mines]]
[[strikethrough]] July [[/strikethrough]] June 29 Left the station at 9:30 with special train for [[strikethrough]] of the [[/strikethrough]] for [[strikethrough]] Lake Tiamskaming [[/strikethrough]] Guelph Agricultural college. a fine well equipped institution
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were back about 5 P.M.
At nine left with special train for Lake [[strikethrough]]Teskamaning [[/strikethrough]] and the Cobalt district.
July 30. Looking through the windows [[strikethrough]] the [[/strikethrough]] after I got awake saw that we were in virgin forest. - Burnt trees. Big birch. White poplar, Spruce, Pine, Balsam and Tamarak
[[margin - Lake Temisgamin mining camps]]
About 9 A.M. arrived at the head of Lake [[strikethrough]]Tem [[/strikethrough]]Temagami at a new settlement consisting of one hotel a well built [[strikethrough]]station[[/strikethrough]] little station made of stone and some log cabins.
Log cabins everywhere. [[strikethrough]]Lunch at the[[/strikethrough]] Breakfast at the Hotel. Clean surroundings - good service. Strong healthy [[strikethrough]]last[[/strikethrough]] and
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