Twenty-four Roses - 1. John Stewart & Sons.

Twelve Roses - 1. T. H. Miln, Linlathen; 2. P. M'Tavish, Balhousie Castle, Perth; 3. Joseph Neave, Bal-dragon.

Six Roses - 1. P. Nicoll, Luthermuir; 2. Alex. Hosie, Claverhouse; 3. E. Moir, Newport.

Twenty-four Dahlias - 1. John Stewart & Sons; 2. James Cocker, Aberdeen.

Twelve Dahlias - 1. George Phillips, Castle Huntly; 2. Jas. Johnston, Bell-field House, Cupar-Fife; 3. A. Stewart, Glendoich. Extra prize - A. Hosie.

Six Dahlias - 1. A. Findlay, Trottick; 2. J. Low, Maryfield; 3. J. Gibson, Pitkerro.

Twelve Carnations or Picotees - 1. William Balfour, Broomhall, Broughty Ferry; 2. James Duncan, Springhill; >3. John Reid, Ballindean.

Six Carnations or Picotees - 1. W. Sandeman, George Street; 2. John Herd, Longforgan; 3. James Water-son, Patriotic Gardens, Perth.

Twelve Pansies - 1. John Hampton, Newport; 2. Jas. Johnston, Bellfield, Cupar-Fife; 3. William Brow, Kilmaron, Cupar-Fife. Extra prize of 10s. 6d. to John Hampton, Newport, for collection of Pansies.

Six Pansies - 1. Peter Nicoll, Luthermuir; 2. John Home, Bucklemaker Wynd; 3. John Herd, Longforgan.

Twelve Fancy Pansies - 1. J. Hampton; 2. W. Brow, Kilmaron; T. H. Miln.

Six Fancy Pansies - John Home.

Thirty-six Gladioli - 1. John M'Pher-son, Aberdeen; 2. John Stewart & Sons; 3. W. P. Laird & Sinclair.

Eighteen Gladioli - 1. W. Brow, Kilmaron; 2. T. H. Miln, Linlathen; 3. John Urquhart.

Six Gladioli - 1. Alex. Hosie, Claverhouse; 2. James Mitchell, Mains; 3. Alex. Menzies, Tealing.

Six Stocks - 1. D. Irvine, Kincal-drum; 2. P. M'Tavish, Balhousie, Perth; 3. James Johnstone, Bellfield House, Cupar-Fife.

Three Stocks - 1. A. Paton, American Muir; 2. A. Roberts; 3. D. Ramsay, Baldovie.

Twelve Phloxes, Spikes - 1. P. Nicoll, Luthermuir; 2. P. M'Tavish, Balhousie.

Six Phloxes, spikes - 1. No name; 2. John Gibson, Pitkerro; 3. James Waterson, Perth.

Twenty-four Hollyhocks - 1. Stewart & Sons; 2. Laird & Sinclair.

Twelve Hollyhocks - 1. D. Ross, St Martins, Perth; 2. William Brow, Kilmaron; 3. Geo. Phillips, Castle Huntly.

Six Hollyhocks - 1. Peter Nicoll, Luthermuir; 2. Alex. Roberts, Claverhouse; 3. John Herd, Longforgan.

Six Antirrhinums - 1. A. M'lntosh, Broughty Ferry; 2. P. M'Tavish; 3. P. Nicoll.

Three Antirrhinums - 1. John Ruddi-man; 2. A. Paton, American Muir; 3. Alex. Hosie.

Six Penstemons - 1. T. H. Miln, Linlathen; 2. A. Menzies; 3. J. Mitchell.

Three Penstemons - 1. John Herd; 2. No name; 3. P. Nicoll, Luthermuir.

Twelve Hollyhocks, spikes - 1. Messrs Stewart & Sons.

Six Hollyhocks, spikes - 1. W. Brow, Kilmaron; 2. D. Morrison, Inchmar-tine.

Three Hollyhocks, spikes - 1. David Smith, Glamis House; 2. A. Roberts, Claverhouse; 3. Andrew Finlayson, Trottick.

Eight Herbaceous Blooms, one spike each - 1. David Smith, Glamis House; 2. John Hampton, Newport; 3. Thos. H. Miln, Linlathen.

Four Herbaceous Blooms, one spike each - 1. Alexander Menzies, Tealing; 2. John Home; 3. David Barrie, Moni-fieth.

Twelve Pyrethrums, six varieties - 1. Messrs Stewart & Sons, Broughty Ferry.

Six Verbenas, three trusses each - 1. T. H. Miln, Linlathen; 2. George Reid, Broughty Ferry; 3. David Irvine, Kin-caldrum.

Three Verbenas, three trusses each - ]. Duncan Grant, 24 Ann Street; 2. John Ruddiman, Barrack Street; 3. J. Gibson, East 1 itkerro.

Twelve Asters, quilled, six varieties - 1. John Reid, Ballindean; 2. G. Phillips. Castle Huntly; 3. James Wilson, Beecbwood.

Six Asters, quilled, three varieties - 1. John Keillor, Kirkton Mains; 2. John Herd, Longforgan; 3. A. Paton, American Muir.

Twelve Asters, flat-petailed, six varieties - 1. James Wilson, Beech wood; 2. G. Pbiilips, Castle Huntly; 3. D. Morrison, Inchmartine.

Six Asters, flat-petalled, three varieties - 1. John Herd, Longforgan; 2. Peter Nicoll, Luthermuir; 3. John Ead-diman, Barrick Street.

Six French Marigolds, dissimilar - 1. Alex. Hosie, Claverhouse; 2. James Wilson, Beechwood; 3. J. Peters.

Six African Marigolds, three lemon and three orange - 1. P. M'Tavish, Balhousie, Perth; 2. No name; 3. James Wilson, Beechwood.

Two Hand Bouquets, not exceeding 6 inches diameter - 1. John Stewart & Sous.

Two Hand Bouquets, not exceeding 6 inches diameter - 1. Alexander Mackie, Camperdown; 2. Alexander M'lutosh, Seafield, Broughty Ferry; 3. D. Boss, St Martins.

One Table Bouquet, not exceeding 12 inches diameter - 1. D. Rogers, The Cottage, Ferry Road; 2. P. M'Tavish; 3. John Heath.

One Bouquet of native flowers - 1. H. Gordon, Foxmount, Broughty Ferry; 2. Ann D. Clark, Downfield; 3. Miss Anderson, Monifieth.

Dinner - Table Decoration of cut flowers - 1. John Stewart & Sous, Broughty Ferry; 2. Messrs Laird & Sinclar.

Dinner - Table Decoration of cut flowers - 1. T. H. Miln, Linlathen.

Extra Prizes

One Hand Bouquet, made up by ladies, not exceeding 6 inches in diameter - 1. Miss Jamieson, Seafield; 2. Miss Stow, Ashludie; 3. Miss Gordon, do.

Best Dahlia Bloom in the Show - James Johnston Bellfield House, Cupar-Fife.