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- A StoryThere lived in Lehanebeg a woman who carried a can of milk to the mines every day to sell. One day Tom Spring and Dan Seer's grandfather met her. Tom Spring said he could throw the can of milk off her head without touching it and the other man would not believe him and no sooner had he the words said than the can fell off her head and was spilled. When Dan Seer's grand father saw this happen he asked her what was the value of the milk and paid her for it, and went his way. Tom Spring was a free-mason.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
- Tim Sullivan