The judges were Messrs Anderson, Oxenford; Priest, Newbattle; Cowe, Morningside; Gray, Eglinton Castle; Garrett, "Whittinghame; Lindsay, Botanic Gardens; Currie, Edinburgh; M'Farlane, Edinburgh; Gorrie, Moulds-lie; and Kettles, Archerfield. Owing to the very rainy weather which prevailed, the attendance between twelve and two was but meagre. In the afternoon, however, it greatly improved, and before five o'clock the market was fairly filled. In the evening also there was a large turn-out. The band of the Inniskilling Dragoons was in attendance both in the forenoon and evening, and played a popular selection of music.

The following are the awards:-

Gardeners And Amateurs

Table of Plants, 30 feet by 5 - 1, J. Spence, Grange; 2, Robert Grieve, Fal-cun Hall; 3. A. Stalker, St Roque.

Four Stove or Greenhouse Plants, in flower. - 1, A. Paul, Gilmore Place; 2, J. M 'Cormick; 3, J. Bauld.

Two Stove or Greenhouse Plants, in flower. - 1, A. M'Kinnon, Melville Castle; 2, J. Spence.

Six Foliage Plants, exclusive of Ferns. - 1, J. M'Cormick; 2, G. Gordon; 3, T. Macdonald.

Two Foliage Plants, exclusive of Ferns. - 1, A. M'Kinnon; 2, A. Scott.

Four Foliage Plants, in pots not exceeding 9 inches - 1, S. Grahame; 2, G. Gordon; 3, T. Macdonald.

Six Plants for table decoration, 6-inch pots. - 1, E. Tate, Balcarres, File; 2, J. M'Leod, Stirling.

Two Orchids in bloom. - 1, A. M'Gregor, Lanark; 2, D. Cameron, Liberton.

One Orchid in bloom. - 1, A. M'Gregor; 2, James Spence.

Four Palms. - 1, G. M'Lure, Trinity; 2, G. Gordon.

One Palm, Specimen. - 1, J. M'Cormick; 2, J. Spence.

Three Dracaenas. - 1, J. Spence; 2, G. M'Lure.

One Cycad - 1, C. Smith.

Four Cape Heaths, distinct sorts. - 1, A. M'Kinnon; 2, A. Paul, Gilmore Place.

Two Cape Heaths, distinct sorts. - 1, Charles Smith.

Two Caladiums. - 1, G. Gordon; 2, G. Greig.

Two Coleus. - 1, G. Gray; 2, S. Grahame.

Two pots Amaryllis. - 1, A. Paul; 2, G. Macrae; 3, T. Macdonald.

TwoAdiantums, sorts. - 1, S. Grahame; 2, A. Paul.

Two pots or pans Lycopodium, different sorts. - 1, J. Cossar; 2, S. Grahame.

Six British Ferns, distinct varieties. - 1, J. M'Cormick; 2, H. M'Kenzie. Eight Dwarf Ferns, distinct pots not exceeding 6 inches. - 1, A. W. Anderson; 2, G. Drummondand W. Dickson, equal. Two Fuchsias, in pots not exceeding 9 inches. - 1, J. Walker; 2, H. M'Kenzie; 3, J. Bauld.

Two tricolor Geraniums. - 1, R. Johnstone; 2, T. Macdonald.

Two bronze Geraniums. - 1, R. Johnstone; 2, S. Grahame.

Two white-edged Geraniums. - 1, R. Johnstone; 2, S. Grahame.

Four Pelargoniums, sorts, Show or French varieties. - 1, J. Spence; 2, C. M'Farlane; 3, T. Macdonald.

One Pelargonium, Show or French variety. - 1, J. Spence; 2, C M'Farlane.

Three Fancy Pelargoniums. - 1, T. Macdonald; 2, J. Spence.

Four Calceolarias, sorts. - 1, C. Mac-farlane; 2, C. Smith.

Four Balsams, two sorts at least. - 1, W. Rae, Millburn Tower.

Two Hand Bouquets. - 1, Miss M'Lar-en; 2, James Bauld.

Two pots or pans Achimenes, sorts. - 1, W. Manson, St Leonards; 2, J. Spence.

Four pots or pans Gloxinias. - 1, S. Grahame; 2, T. Macdonald.

One pot Lilium auratum. - 1, G. M'Lure; 2, A. Paul.

Two Saxifraga pyramidalis. - 1, T. Bowman; 2, G M'Lure.

Two pots Clematis, in bloom. - 1. H. M'Kenzie.

One pot Clematis, in bloom. - 1, H. M'Kenzie; 2. G. Brown.

Two plants Carnation Souvenir de la Malmaison. - 1, J. Walker, Rosehall House.

Twelve Alpines, in flower. - 1, Mr Drummond, Grange Loan; 2, C. Smith, Restalrig.

Six Alpines, in flower. - 1, J. Bauld; 2, H. M'Kenzie.

Twenty-four cut Roses, of sorts, excluding Tea. - 1, W. Parlane, Roselea Row.

Twelve cut Roses, of sorts, excluding Tea. - 1, W. Parlane.

Six cut Roses, of sorts, excluding Tea. - 1, R. Johnston, Woolmet; 2, A. Stalker.

Twelve cut Tea Roses, not less than six sorts. - 1, W. Parlane; 2, A. M'Millan.

Six cut Tea Roses, not less than three sorts. - 1, T. Bowman; 2, G. L. Brown.

Centre-piece of Cut Flowers and Foliage for dinner-table decoration. - 1, Miss M'Laren.

Nurserymen

Forty-eight cut Roses, of sorts. - 1, Hugh Dickson, Belfast; 2, T. Smith, Stranraer; 3, J. Bryson, Helensburgh.

Eighteen cut Roses. - 1, H. Dickson.

Twelve herbaceous Plants. - 1, Dick-sons & Co.

Six table Plants. - 1, J. Bryson.

Four Roses, in pots. - J. Bryson.

Two Roses, in pots. - J. Bryson.

Twelve Alpines. - 1, Robertson Munro, Abercorn Nursery; 2, Dicksons &, Co.

Six Dracaenas, in pots not exceeding nine inches. - J. Bryson.

Two Tree Ferns, four feet stem. - Dick-sons & Co.

Fruit

A collection of Fruit, six sorts. - G. Johnston.

One Pine Apple. - 1, Mr M'Intyre; 2, J. Laing.

Two bunches of Grapes, black Hamburg. - 1, Mr Carruther; 2, J. Boyd.

Two bunches of Grapes, black, any other sort. - John Laing.

Two bunches of Grapes, white, any sort. - 1, Mr Can uthers; 2, J. Laing.

Six Peaches. - 1, A. Anderson; 2, F. S. M'Kinnon.

Six Nectarines. - A. Anderson.

One Melon. - 1, G. Johnston; 2, John Laing.

Twenty-four Cherries. - 1, T. Bowman; 2, Charles Smith.

A basket Strawberries. - G. Johnston.

Dish of Figs, six fruits. - 1, A. Anderson; 2, J. Laing.

Vegetables

Collection of Vegetables, eight sorts. - 1, G. Potter; 2, T. Bowman.

Two Cauliflowers. - 1, T. Bowman; 2, G. Potter.

Two Cucumbers. - 1, J. Shearer; 2, A. Anderson.

Twelve Round Potatoes. - 1, G. Potter; 2, T. Bowman.

Twelve Kidney Potatoes. - 1, G. Potter; 2, T. Bowman.

Thirty pods French Beans. - G. Potter.

Twelve Earlv Horn Carrots. - 1, G. H. M'Culloch; 2,T. Bowman.

Six Lettuce. - 1, J. Boyd; 2, G. M'Lure.

Special Prizes

A. Oarruthers, for two large Dracaenas. A. M'Millan, for trusses of Geranium.

Mr M'Gregor, Lanark, for Orchids.