The Horticulturist's Rule-book: A Compendium of Useful Information for Fruit Growers, Truck Gardeners, Florists, and Others
Macmillan, 1895 - Gardening - 312 pages
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Page 202 - Rule 6. — All articles placed upon the tables for exhibition must remain in charge of the society till the close of the exhibition, to be removed sooner only upon express permission of the person or persons in charge. Rule 7. — Fruits or other articles intended for testing, or to be given away to visitors, spectators, or others, will be assigned a separate hall, room, or tent, in which they may be dispensed, at the pleasure of the exhibitor, who will not, however, be permitted to sell and deliver...
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Page 132 - CUBIC MEASURE 1728 cubic inches = 1 cubic foot 27 cubic feet = 1 cubic yard...
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