For the Week ending............................................... 191.

Monday.

Tuesday.

Wednesday.

Thursday.

Friday.

Saturday.

Total for each Crop.

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d.

8.

d.

8.

d.

8.

d.

8.

d.

8.

d.

8.

d.

Chrysanthemums...

Carnations...

Perns ...

Zonal Pelargoniums...

Palms ...

Asparagus...

Liliums...

"Roots" ......

Bulbous Plants...

Annuals...

Azaleas...

Spiraeas..

Dahlias..

Heaths ......

Roses ...

Shrubs...

etc. etc. etc.

Total for all Crops sold each day

The above specimens are suggestions, of course; names of crops may be struck out or added, according to the special class of trade done, each grower arranging the headings to suit his particular business. It will be observed that in the column at the end the receipts for any particular crop can be seen at a glance, either for each day or for the whole week; while the figures at the base would show the trade done in all the produce marketed each day of the week.

A somewhat similar system may be adopted if a grower sends his goods to different markets, if he considers it worth while. Sometimes there is a great difference in the price between one market and another, and it may be useful to have them tabulated for future reference.

In all cases, however, the work should be done systematically day by day. If the books are allowed to remain untouched for a few days, or a week or two, and notes only have been kept on scraps of paper, there is great danger of important items being lost or forgotten, and of course no reliance can be placed on accounts kept in this slovenly haphazard way.