JANUARY I, 1912 TO MARCH 31, 1912

Dr.

RECEIPTS

Estimated

Receipts for the

Year 1912.

Actual

Receipts to Date from Jan. 1.

Actual Receipts corresponding

Period last Year.

s

d.

s.

d.

s.

d.

To Fruit Crops (as per Sales Book):

Apples .........

480

0

0

30

10

0

25

0

0

Pears .........

200

0

0

28

5

0

32

0

0

Plums....

250

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Cherries..

100

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Gooseberries..

150

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Currants ...

150

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Raspberries ......

150

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Strawberries ......

80

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Grapes .........

150

0

0

30

5

0

26

10

0

Tomatoes.........

125

0

0

15

10

0

18

5

0

Cucumbers

150

0

0

18

5

0

20

10

0

Peaches, etc. ......

50

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

By Vegetable Crops (as per Sales Book) ......

160

0

0

32

0

0

28

15

0

By Plants and Flowers (as per Sales Book ......

250

0

0

100

0

0

85

0

0

Total ......

2445

0

0

254

15

0

236

0

0

Balance at Bank, Jan.1

..

..

..

568

7

6

Cash in hand, Jan. 1

..

..

..

11

5

0

834

7

6

EXPENSES

Cr.

Estimated

Expenses for the

Year 1912.

Actual

Expenses to Date from Jan. 1.

Actual Expenses corresponding

Period last Year.

8.

d.

«.

d.

s.

d.

By Wages ...

430

0

0

107

5

0

107

10

0

,, Manure,,

50

0

0

13

10

0

12

5

0

,, Horses...

80

0

0

20

0

0

19

10

0

,, Rates, Taxes, etc.,,

25

0

0

6

5

0

6

5

0

,, Repairs,,

60

0

0

40

0

0

33

0

0

,, Household ......

200

0

0

69

10

0

67

5

0

,, Interest

150

0

0

37

10

0

37

10

0

,, Sundries

150

0

0

37

0

0

38

0

0

Total ......

1145

0

0

331

0

0

321

5

0

Balance at Bank, March 31

..

494

4

0

Cash in hand ...

........

9

3

6

834

7

6

By keeping an account in this style there is no necessity to use the ordinary kind of Cash Book. The details may be as elaborate as may be desired if still greater accuracy is required. Thus the items under the "Vegetable Crops" and the "Plants and Flowers" may be extended, so that one may see at a glance whether he is exceeding his estimates or not. By comparing the receipts and expenses for the corresponding period of the previous year, the grower will naturally look into the working of any department that shows a tendency to fall much below what has been done in the past.