This Society held its autumn exhibition in the City Hall on September 6 th, and it was one of the best shows ever held in the West of Scotland. Both plants, cut flowers, and fruit were numerous and fine. We have just space to append the list of prizes.

The judges were: - On Plants - Mr Dickson, the Gardens, Ferguslie; Mr M'Kenzie of Edinburgh; Mr J. Mitchell, Panmure House, Dundee; Mr Benjamin Williams, Paradise Nursery, London. On Vegetables - Mr R. King, Barrow-field, Eastwood; Mr J. Clark, gardener, Clayslap; Mr R. Ingram, Elderslie, by Renfrew; Mr D. Boyd, Thornton, Uddingston. Fruit and Bouquets - Mr J. Connon, Dean Cemetery, Edinburgh; Mr C. Hume, Rochsoles, Airdrie; Mr J. Sutherland, Helenslee, Dumbarton. Cut Flowers, Dahlias, Hollyhocks, Pansies, and Gladioli - Mr R. Andrews, Neilston; Mr J. Peddie, Holm, Cathcart. Cut flowers - Mr Shanks of Gartliston, Coatbridge; Mr Grierson, Coltness; Mr J. Methven, Blythswood.

Open To All

Six Geraniums, varieties - 1. Archd. Chapman, gardener to Mr John Goldie, Langside; 2, Neil Campbell, gardener to Mr Jas. Couper, Cathcart; 3. Jas. F. Mills, Hutchesontown Gardens.

Twenty-four Blooms Pansies, varieties - 1. Matthew Pollock, Newmilus; 2, Jas. Orr, gardener to Mr W. Marshall, Ladyburn; 3. Thomas Findlay, Mauch-line.

Three Orchids, varieties - James Murray, gardener to Mrs Crum, the Rouken.

One specimen Heath - 1. William Clark, gardener to Mrs Thomson, Camp-hill; 2. James Orr; 3. James Murray.

For Gardeners And Amateurs. House Plants

Twelve specimen Plants Ornamental Foliage Geraniums - 1. Neil Campbell; 2. Wm. Boyd, gardener to Mr Thos. Findlay, Easterhill; 3. Thomas Stobo, Hutchesontown Gardens.

Three double-flowering Geraniums, varieties - William S. Bookless, Hutchesontown Gardens.

Six House Plants, varieties, in flower - 1. James Buchanan, gardener to Mr A. Miller, Busby; 2. James Murray and Wm. Boyd, equal.

Three House Plants, varieties, in flower - 1. Thos. Hogg, gardener to Mr David Tod, Ironbank, Partick; 2. Robert Caskie, gardener to Mr A. Graham, Thornwood, Partick; 3. J. Buchanan.

Four fine Foliage Plants - 1. James Ollerhead, gardener to Mr S. Higgin-botham, Killermont; 2. James Buchanan and Archd. Chapman, equal; 3. A. Cameron, gardener to Mr A. B. Stewart, Langside.

Three Ericas, varieties - 1. James Cant, gardener to Mr Robert Cuthbert, the Craiga; 2. T. Hogg; 3. R. Caskie. Three Fuchsias, varieties - 1. James Macleod, Thistlebank, Helensburgh; 2. A. Cameron; 3. Alex. Walker, gardener to Thomas Hill, Esq., Merrylee.

Three pots Lihums, varieties - 1. Alexander Walker; 2. James Macleod; 3. Robert Caskie.

One pot Lilium auratum - James Macleod.

Three trained Petunias, varieties - John M'Nab, gardener to James Wilson, Esq., Paisley Road.

Four Ferns - 1. James Buchanan and Thos. Hogg, equal; 2. Archd. Chapman and Joseph Fleming, gardener to J. C. Wakefield, Esq., Eastwood Park, equal; 3. James Canr.

One Tree Fern - 1. Thos. Hogg; 2. Joseph Fleming; 3. A. Cameron.

One specimen Todea superba - 1. James Buchanan; 2. Jas. Murray.

Two specimens Todea - 1. A. Cameron; 2. Thos. Hogg.

Four Cockscombs - 1. George Pobert-son, gardener to S. Adam, Esq., Greenock; 2. Robert Kerr, gardener to Jas. Smith, Esq., Greenock; 3. William Boyd.

Six varieties British Ferns - 1. Matthew Miller, gardener to Thos. Leadbetter, Esq., Bothwell; 2. Hugh Campbell, gardener to Thos. M'Micking, Esq., Helensburgh: 3. Jas. Murray.

For Nurserymen

Cut Flowers. - Twenty-four Blooms Dahlias, varieties - 1. George White, nurseryman, Paisley; 2. William Paul, nurseryman, Paisley.

Twenty-four Blooms Roses, varieties - 1. George Gordon, gardener to John Todd, Esq., Finnich, Drymen; 2. W. Parlane, Roselea, Row; 3. Robertson & Galloway, seedsmen, Glasgow.

For Gardeners And Amateurs

Twenty-four Blooms Dahlias, varieties - 1. Neil Glass, gardener to J. C. Bolton, Esq., Carbrook; 2. Archibald Duncan, gardener to Dr Bruce, Trees, Barrhead; 3. James Orr.

Twelve Blooms Dahlias, varieties - 1. Geo. Fife, gardener to Miss Buchanan, Bellfield, Kilmarnock; 2. William. D. Logan, Kilbirnie; S. R. Glass.

Twelve Blooms Dahlias (fancies), varieties - 1. Niel Glass; 2. Archibald Duncan; 3. Jas. Watson, gardener to Mrs Rowan, Holmfauldhead.

Six Blooms new Dahlias, varieties, of 1870-71 only - 1. Archibald Duncan; 2. John M'Nab.

Twenty-four Annuals, varieties - 1. M. Henderson, Ardrossan; 2. Wm. Boyd, Easterhill; 3. William Clark, gardener to Mrs Thomson, Camphill.

Twelve Annuals, genera - 1. M. Henderson; 2. M. Miller; 3. Robert Montgomery, Kilbirnie.

Twelve Spikes Gladioli, varieties - 1. Matthew Smith, Kilmarnock; 2. (equal) Robert Hetherington and Ales. Campbell, gardener to Colonel Latham, Greenock; 3. Thomas Findlay, Mauch-line.

Sis Spikes Gladioli, varieties - 1. Matthew Smith; 2. Thomas Findlay; 3. Robert Hetherington.

Nine Spikes Hollyhocks, varieties - 1. Thomas Walker, gardener to Colonel Hozier, Taunochside; 2. Neil Glass; 3. H. Gibb, Garscadden.

Twelve Blooms Hollyhocks, varieties - 1. Thomas Walker; 2. J. Campbell; 3. James Cant.

Twelve Blooms Pansies, varieties - 1. Andrew Brown, Deans, Cambuslaug; 2. Matthew Pollock, Newmilns; 3. James Orr.

Twelve Herbaceous Cut Flowers, varieties - 1. William Boyd; 2. Ales. Reid, Bouhill Place, Renton; 3. M. Henderson.

Twelve Blooms Quilled Asters, varieties - 1. John Livingston, Crossflat, Paisley; 2. George Crawford, Bunswynd, Beith; 3. James Watson.

Twelve Blooms Asters, varieties - 1. George Fyfe; 2. George Gordon; 3. Robert Hetherington.

Twelve Verbenas, varieties - 1. T. Walker; 2. Wm. Boyd; 3. Matthew Miller.

Six double Stocks, varieties - 1. A. Walker; 2. George Bauchope; 3. Robert Caskie.

Sis Phloxes, varieties - 1. Matthew Miller; 2. John Hamilton, Gareloch-head; 3. William Chrystal, gardener, Bankhead, Rutherglen.

Sis Pentsternous, varieties - 1. A. Duncan; 2. Matthew Miller; 3. Neil M'Millan, Victoria Gardens.

Twelve Blooms French Marigolds, stripes - 1. James Orr; 2. Alexander Johnston, Mountstuart, Bute; 3. John Livingston.

Twelve Blooms African Marigolds - 1. Robert Robertson, gardener, Seacote, Leith; 2. James Orr; 3. John Brown, joiner, Drumpellier.

Twelve Blooms Roses, varieties - 1. Williain Parlane, Roselea; 2. Robert Hetherington; 3. James Graham, gardener to Sir G. Campbell, Garscube.

Table Bouquet - 1. John Conning, gardener to Provost Morton, Greenock; 2. Alexander Campbell; 3. Neil Campbell.

Hand Bouquet - 1. James Milne, Ramsay, Helensburgh; 2. Wm. M'Neil, 461 St Vincent Street; 3. John Ingram, gardener to Mr John Gordon, Aikenhead.

Hand Bouquet of Everlasting Flowers and Grasses (natural colours) - 1. Thomas Rowe, Lesmahagow; 2. Wm. Chrystal, gardener, Bankhead; 3. William Thomson, gardener to Mr J. B. Risk, Dumbarton.

Floral device - 1. James Walker, gardener to Major Fullartou, Paisley; 2. John Johnstone, Whitburn; 3. Alesander Reid, Bonhill Place, Renton.

Specimen Dessert decoration - 1. W. H. Lewin, gardener to Colonel Buchanan, Drumpellier; 2. John Methven, gardener to Colonel Campbell, Blyths-wood.

Three bunches Black Grapes - 1. John George, gardener to Mr D. Y. Stewart, Barassie; 2. Ronald Pater-son, gardener to Mr E. Collins, West Balgray; 3. Daniel Smith, gardener to the Countess of Stair, Bargany.

Three bunches White Grapes - 1. William Rose, gardener to Sir James Lumsden, Arden House, Lochlomond; 2. Alesander Crosbie, Rossdhu, Luss, gardener to Sir James Colquhon; 3. Ronald Paterson.

Two bunches best coloured Black Hamburg Grapes - 1. Daniel Smith; 2. John Smith, gardener to Mr Andrew Hoggan, Billhead House; 3. Matthew Miller.

One bunch heaviest Grapes - Ronald Paterson.

Six Peaches - 1. William M'lntyre, gardener to Bailie Taylor, Mearns; 2. John Robertson, gardener to Captain Thornton, Lanark; 3. James Graham.

One Melon, best flavoured - 1. Geo. Robertson; 2. Alexander' Baird, gardener to ColonelFinlay, Boturich Castle, Dumbartonshire; 3. James Murray.

Twelve Baking Apples, varieties - 1. John M'Gregor, gardener to William Hinshaw, Esq., Barrochan; 2. Alexander Johnston; 3. George Watson, gardener to Hugh Walker, Esq., Greenock.

Twelve Dessert Apples, varieties - 1. William Sharpe, gardener to Sir John Stewart Richardson, Pitfour Castle, Perth; 2. Alexander Johnston; 3. Matthew Turnbull, Rothesay.

Twelve Pears, varieties - 1. Alex. Crosbie; 2. William Sharpe; 3. R. Wilson, gardener to C. R. Dunlop, Esq. of Walkinskaw.

Twelve Plums, varieties - 1. Alex. Crosbie; 2. William M. Robertson, Karnes Castle; 3. William Sharpe.

Six varieties Hardy Fruits - 1. Wm. Sharpe; 2. Alexander Crosbie.

A Basket of Fruit - 1. Alexander Crosbie.

Vegetables

Two Cucumbers - 1. William Mclntyre; 2. Robert Taylor, gardener to Captain Stirling Stewart, Castlemilk; 3. Geo. Bauchope, gardener to Mr Wm. Mann, Inglefield House.

Three Cauliflowers - 1. Thos. Walker, gardener to Colonel Hozier, Taunoch-side; 2. Alex. Johnstone; 3. Neil Glass.

Two Cabbages (excluding Red) - 1. Wm. Boyd; 2. Robt. Taylor; 3. Alexander Walker.

Two Red Cabbages - 1. Robt. Taylor; 2. Alexander Walker; 3. Robt. Hether-ington.

Two Savoys - 1. Robert Taylor; 2. James Graham; 3. Wm. Boyd.

Twenty-four pods Peas - 1. William Frame, Craighall, Larkhall; 2. Hector Munro, gardener to Thomas Allan, Esq., Maryhill; 3. Jas. Heron, gardener to Sir W. Stirling Maxwell of Pollok.

Twenty-four pods Beans - 1. James Cornock, gardener to E. J. Jones, Esq., Bonhill; 2. Jas. Faulds, Kirkmuirhill; 3. James Simpson, Castlemilk, and Robert Taylor (equal).

Twenty-four pods French Beans - 1. James Cornock; 2. James Heron; 3. Wm Rowatt, Northfield, Largs.

Six Leeks - 1. Archd. Duncan, Trees, gardener to Dr Bruce, Barrhead; 2. R. Watson, Crossford; 3. Robert Wright, Denny.

Twelve Onions - 1. James Taylor; 2. Neil Glass, Carbrook; 3. Robt. Craig, Bellshill.

Six Turnips - 1. James Raynard, Beechwood, New Kilpatrick; 2. Wm. Thomson, Dumbarton; 3. Wm. Frame, Craighall, Larkhall.

Six Carrots - 1. J. Walker, Stewarton; 2. W. M. Robertson, Kames Castle; 3. D. Smith, Cardross.

Three heads Celery - 1. Robt. Taylor; 2. Thomas Walker; 3. John Sime, gardener to Mr R. Galbraith, Govan.

Six Parsnips - 1. John Ingram; 2. James Dickie, Yoker; 3. R. Hethering-ton.

Four Beet - 1. James Thomson, Fair-hill, Hamilton; 2. James Heron; 3. John Sime.

Twelve Potatoes - 1. J. Campbell, gardener, Carruth; 2. Wm. M'Quis-ten, Lainshaw, Stewarton; 3. J. Simpson.

One pot Parsely, single plant - 1. James Faulds, Kirkmuirhill, Lesmaha-gow; 2. Andrew Shankly, Douglas Castle; 3. Matthew Miller.

Twelve varieties Peas (named) - 1. Wm. Frame; 2. John Fairlie, Auchin-heath.

Six varieties Potatoes (named) - 1. Robt. Taylor; 2. Geo. Bauchope.

Heaviest Gourd - 1. Geo. Watson, gardener to Hugh Walker, Esq., Wood-burn, Greenock; 2. Wm. Clark; 3. Thos. Walker.

Twelve roots Nutting's Select Dwarf Red Beet - 1. Jas. Heron; 2. Jas. Oiler-head; 3. Wm. Boyd.

A Box or Basket of Vegetables - 1. Robt. Taylor; 2. George Bauchope; 3. James Ollerhead.