. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. 88 The Florists^ Review Jdlt 25, 1912. Z STANDARD PUMPINQ ENGINES FOR ALL KINDS OF WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS THE STANDARD PUMP & ENGINE COMPANY, 14 MICHIGAN STREET. CLEVELAND, OHIO. Montlon The Review when you write. PEOVIDENCE. The Market. Funeral work constitutes all there is doing at present among the florists hereabouts, but this has been fairly active during the last week. Notwith- standing the weather conditions, there is a plethora of cut flowers; sweet peas and roses are a drug on the market. Carnations are small and the first asters are mak

. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. 88 The Florists^ Review Jdlt 25, 1912. Z STANDARD PUMPINQ ENGINES FOR ALL KINDS OF WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS THE STANDARD PUMP & ENGINE COMPANY, 14 MICHIGAN STREET. CLEVELAND, OHIO. Montlon The Review when you write. PEOVIDENCE. The Market. Funeral work constitutes all there is doing at present among the florists hereabouts, but this has been fairly active during the last week. Notwith- standing the weather conditions, there is a plethora of cut flowers; sweet peas and roses are a drug on the market. Carnations are small and the first asters are mak Stock Photo
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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. 88 The Florists^ Review Jdlt 25, 1912. Z STANDARD PUMPINQ ENGINES FOR ALL KINDS OF WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS THE STANDARD PUMP & ENGINE COMPANY, 14 MICHIGAN STREET. CLEVELAND, OHIO. Montlon The Review when you write. PEOVIDENCE. The Market. Funeral work constitutes all there is doing at present among the florists hereabouts, but this has been fairly active during the last week. Notwith- standing the weather conditions, there is a plethora of cut flowers; sweet peas and roses are a drug on the market. Carnations are small and the first asters are making their appearance. Prices are at the lowest ebb. The growers have been up against it this season. Field stock has suffered by the drought and everything is so dry that fears are entertained of stock being scalded when rain does come. Saturday the temperature began to drop and Sunday the long needed rain came. Various Notes. At the regular monthly meeting of the Florists' and Gardeners' Club of Rhode Island, held July 15, it was voted to discontinue the meetings until fall and also to abandon the outing to the Agricultural College at Kingston. James Hockey, of Prospect street, Pawtucket, is on the sick list. Peter S. Byrnes, of Wickford, has re- cently purchased a new automobile. .Joseph Kopelman has about 30, 000 fine looking young carnation plants, in- cluding some of the new leaders, in field at his farm at Oaklawn. Nathan D. Pierce, who has been con- fined to his home at Norwood for a number of weeks, is able to be about again. H. Howard Pepper and family have been spending a vacation at Button- woods during the last fortnight. William McCarthy, son of the late Timothy McCarthy, superintendent of Swan Point cemetery, was ordained to the priesthood at Belgium July 14. A brother, James McCarthy, is studying for holy orders. W. H. M. BLOOMSBUBG, FA. From this time on the headquarters of the Dillon greenhouses will be at the Fifth street houses. The office furni- ture and fixt

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