Pocket Ledger of Mr & Mrs Thomas Toms (1) Black leatherette, hard bound with interleaves of pink blotting paper. Written in black pencil, indelible pencil, along with black, red, purple and blue ink. Page 1. Contents. Coal won from location #469 1886-1888 1 bag of coal = 25-30 lb coal won/day approx = 1/2 ton Work Record : - Sluicing water usage - J Menzies - Carrick Range - Try Again Co 1886 - Adam Aitkins - 02/11/1886 - Henrich Behrens - 17/11/1886 - John Robertson - Hawkesburn Station - 25/04/1887 Accounts For : - Groceries purchased - Milk sold - Bread & cakes made Account Names : - Tippett - A Horn - J Horn (store) - J horn (miner) - Paterson - Fleming - Truman (Miss) (schoolteacher) - Ferguson - Barnes - Hitchens - Halliday - Pryde (coal) Contents recorded by Mrs Laticia Mary Anne Toms (Mrs Thomas Toms). Thomas Toms was illiterate. Book has been scribbled over by Ray Toms.