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Pomological Meeting

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At the August mcetlnjr Ilie fruit grmverg, with the cxceptlon of half a dozen did uut appear tu make arranjíeineiits for transportation. C. C. Clark prescnted a paper whicli lepresenteil that the fruit growers of Delaware und the eastf rn shore of Marylund had the experíence and tira anl commissiou men the uioney '.hut is in pea ch es. Penny wise and pounil foolish they linully got thiugs in better ghape by a 8ysteuiatic arrangement of transportaron and sale throujíh a fruit grower'8 bereau. They expect ten tnillions of peaches during geasoD. Soine of the Ann Arbor fruit growers like Humner, Allen, Hiscock, Schenk, J. J. Parshall and othere expect a heavy erop of peaches while others report a total hilare. E. Bnur reports a heavy cropofpear8. J. Ganzhorn exliiblted the linest specimen of the Waterloo peach. He thinks it is more freestone than Alexander and exctls iu character. Donald Mi Intyre exhibited a last year's apple of beautiful sliape and golden color. E. 15nur Dayenne D'Ete pcars fully ripe the best eurly pear, and Dearborn Seedlinr, a yelloiv {rreenisli early pear, also this year's red raspberry shruti which all enjoyed. The two failmes of berry transportation by freight were discussed and the necessity of au agent who accompanies (he Ann Aibor fruit car readily seen. But tbe iniijority of fruit growers being atiMiit, nothing could be done in the


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