Vegetables

A Box of Vegetables, ten varieties. - 1, J. Souza; 2. W. Boss, Gartur; 3, J. Thomson.

Two Cauliflowers - 1, J. Thomson; 2, W. Boss; 3, G. Dingwall.

Two Early Cabbages. - 1, J. Thomson; 2, A. Kirk, Norwood, Alloa; 3, J. Souza.

Two Heads Celery, red. - 1, D. Murray, Calzean; 2, J. Souza; 3, H. Watson.

Two Heads Celery, white. - 1, J. Robertson; 2, J. Souza; 3, J. Thomson.

Twenty-five Pods Peas. - 1, J. Dick, Kippen; 2, J. Graham, Thornhill; 3, W. W. Ritchie, Polmaise.

Twenty-five Pods Beans. - 1, A. Kirk; 2, J. Thomson; 3, W. Christie, Kippen-ross.

Twenty-five Pods Kidney Beans. - 1, W. W. Ritchie; 2, T. Boyd; 3, J. Thomson.

Twelve Potatoes (round). - 1, J. Thomson; 2, D. Murray; 3, R. Montgomery, Beechwood, Stirling.

Twelve Potatoes (kidney). - J. Dick; 2, W. W. Ritchie; 3, J. Souza.

Six Onions, best. - 1, J. Souza; 2, D. Murray; 3, W. Lowe.

Six Leeks, best. - 1, J. Souza; 2, J. Robertson; 3, D. Murray.

Two pots Parsley, single plants. - 1, W. Lowe; 2, J. Souza; 3, J. Robertson.

Six Turnips. - 1, W. Lowe; 2, J. Dick; 3, J. Russell.

Six Carrots. - 1, J. Souza; 2, J. Thomson; 3, J. Muir.

Two Lettuce. - 1, W. Lowe; 2, J. Souza; 3, J. Cocker.

One Collection of Salads. - J. Thomson.

Two Cucumbers. - 1, G. Dingwall; 2, W. W. Ritchie; 3, H. Watson.

Two Vegetable Marrows, fit for use (each from two to three pounds). - 1, D. Murray; 2, W. Boss; 3, W. W. Ritchie.

Six Rhubarb, heaviest stalks. - 1, G. M'Leod; 2, J. Cossar; 3, A. Ferguson.

Class III. - Amateurs Only. Plants

Two Greenhouse Plants, in flower, varieties (not otherwise competed for). - 1, W. Street; 2, T. Anderson.

One pot Lilium. - 1, J. Robertson, Roseville; 2, A. Leishman.

Two Fine Foliage Plants, varieties. - 1, W. Street; 2, J. Robertson.

Two Specimens Fuchsias (one light, one dark). - 1, T. Anderson, Newhouse; 2, T. Harris; 3, A. Wright.

Three British Ferns, varieties. - 1, T. Harris; 2, A. Liddell; 3, W. Chalmers.

Two Greenhouse Ferns, distinct varieties. - 1, T. Harris; 2, A. Wright; 3, A. Leishman.

Two Ornamental Foliage Geraniums, varieties. - 1, A. Wright; 2, T. Harris; 3, T. Anderson.

Two Zonal Geraniums, in flower. - 1, T. Anderson; 2, A. Wright; 3, T. Harris.

One Petunia. - 1, T. Anderson; 2, A. Liddell; 3, T. Harris.

One Pelargonium. - A. Stevenson.

One Balsam. - 1, W. Chalmers; 2, A. Liddell; 3, T. Anderson.

Cut Flowers

Six Blooms Show Pansies, varieties. - 1, J. R Hendry, Tillicoultry; 2, J. Beatson, Alva; 3, T. Paterson, Denny.

Six Fancy Pansies, varieties. - 1, J. R Henry; 2, T. Paterson; 3, J. Taylor, Raploch.

Three Blooms Asters, other than quilled, varieties. - A. Wright, Newhouse.

Three Spikes Ten-Week Stocks, varieties. - 1, J. R. Hendry; 2, T. Harris, St Ninians; 3, A. Wright.

Six Blooms French Marigolds - 1, J. Taylor; 2, A. Wright; 3, W. Chalmers, Tillicoultry.

Six Blooms Roses, varieties. - 1, W. Cousine, Bridge of Allan; 2, J. Thomson, Carronflats; 3, W. Street.

One Hand Bouquet. - 1, W. Street; 2, J. R Hendry; 3, A. Wright.

One Table Bouquet. - 1, T. Anderson, Bannockburn; 2, W. Street; 3, J. R. Hendry.

Four Picotees or Pinks. - 1, J. Stewart; 2, T. Harris; 3, A. Wright.

Six Sweet - williams, three varieties, one spike of each. - 1, J. Stewart; 2, A. Stevenson, Bannockburn; 3, T. Anderson.

Four Geranium Trusses, four varieties. - 1, J. Robertson, Roseville; 2, T. Harris; 3, A. Leishman, Tillicoultry.

Four Herbaceous Trusses, one spike each. - 1, J. Taylor; 2, T. Harris; 3, A. Wright.

Three Herbaceous or Perennial Phlox, one spike each. - 1, R. Dawson, Thorn-hill; 2, W. Heron, Alva; 3, J. Beatson.

Six Hardy Annuals, six varieties, one bouquet of each. - 1, J. Cousin; 2, D. Kennedy, Doune; 3, A. Liddell, Bannockburn.

Three Ornamental Grasses, three varieties, one bouquet of each (Dyed excluded). - 1, A. Stevenson; 2, A. Liddell; 3, T. Harris.

Fruits

Two Bunches Grapes, one black and one white. - 1, J. Mitchell, Abercromby Place; 2, J. Harrower, Culross; 3, J. Robertson, Rosevale.

One Bunch Grapes, Black Hamburg. - 1, W. Street; 2, J. Mitchell; 3, J. Harrower.

One Bunch Grapes, white, any sort. - 1, W. Street; 2, J. Mitchell; 3, J. Harrower.

One Pound Strawberries. - 1, A. Liddell, Bannockburn; 2, J. Paterson, Denny; 3, D. Kennedy.

One Pound Rasps.- 1, J. Robertson; 2, A. Liddell; 3. A. Stevenson.

One Pound Gooseberries. - 1, D. Kennedy; 2, A. Stevenson; 3, A. Leishman.

One Pound Currants, Black. - 1, A. Liddell; 2, R Dawson, Thornhill; 3, D. Kennedy.

One Pound Currants, red. - 1, W.. Chalmers, Tillicoultry; 2, D. Kennedy; 3, A. Leishman.

One Pound Currants, white. - 1, A. Stevenson; 2, T. Paterson; 3, A. Leishman.

Vegetables

Two Heads Greens. - 1, A. Liddell; 2, W. Street; 3, A. Wright.

Two Early Cabbage. - 1, R. Dawson; 2, T. Anderson; 3, A. Wright.

Two Cauliflower. - 1, T. Hutchison, Alva; 2, R Dawson; 3, W. Street.

Two Carrots. - 1, A. Leishman; 2, T. Paterson; 3, W. Street.

Four Leeks. - 1, A. Wright; 2, T. Harris; 3, T. Anderson.

Six Onions. - 1, W. Chalmers; 2, A. Leishman; 3, T. Anderson.

Four Turnips, two yellow and two white. - 1, R. Dawson; 2, W. Dickie, Thornhill; 3, T. Harris.

Twelve Pods Peas. - 1, Dr James Forrest, Stirling; 2, R. Dawson; 3, W Dickie.

Six Pods Beans. - 1, J. Mitchell; 2, W. Street; 3, R. Dawson.

One Pot Parsley, single plant. - 1, A. Wright; 2, W. Street; 3, T. Anderson.

Six Potatoes (best). - 1, T. Paterson 2, A. Wright; 3, A. Stevenson.

Six Stalks Rhubarb (heaviest). - 1, W. Chalmers; 2, A. Leishman; 3. W. Street.

One Basket or Box Vegetables, eight varieties. - 1, T. Paterson; 2, A. Wright; 3, D. Kennedy.

Open To Boys And Girls Under 14 Years Of Age

Hand Bouquet of Wild Flowers, for Boys. - 1, J. Brown, Orchill; 2, A. Hunter, Inzievar, Row; 3, C. Souza, Touch.

Hand Bouquet of Wild Flowers, for Girls. - 1, Isabella Dingwall, Ardoeh; 2, Mary Dingwall; 3, C. B. Lowe, View-forth.