Volume 75: James and William Macarthur business correspondence, 1823-1877: No. 243
informed they have been Hay making most of the winter.
The whole of our last year's wheat with exception of about 50 Bushels grown at the New Cellar is ground up, we have now in the Mill House 140 bags each 200 lbs flour. Lenton ground the greater part of it this grinding will reduce his debt about £30.
I have had the 17 acre maize field ploughed and brought into splendid order, hoping to get a season for sowing it down with Lucerne but in this I have been disappointed. I think