Mr. .T. Austin Scott presided at the Juno meeting. Mr. Ganzhorn reported that Georgia expected a 25 per cent erop of peaches, New Jersey and Delaware are short; about Ann Arbor, the prospeets íor peaches were never bettcr. Mr. B. J. Conrad was chosen to HU the vacany of Charlees Parshall resigned, as ehairman of the coinmittee on transportation. Seoretary Baur reported that all the debts are paid in connection with transportation of last year. The July meeting will be held July 11. as the íirst Saturdáy is the 4th. The committee on transportation are to report at the next ineetingor II shipping of berries commenced before that time, to Emil Baur. Wc were all glad to see Mr. Stephen Mills ,our veteran. fruit grower in this and last meeting. A splendid display of fruit; Mr Ganzíoni exhibited the followlng i-herries: SÍton, lairge palé yellow and red, one of the best; Napoleoa, rearly the sume olor, larger; .May Duke, large dark ed; mul Governor Wood. Luthpr Palmer, of Dexter, exhibited he largest strawberries. Jessie, his icst yíelder, JeweÜ, Bubach, Belmont, Mr. Jolm Schenk, of Ann Arbor town, íad the largest Haverland, Eureka, 5ime Apple and other sorts of strawerries. The apple erop was reported hort, except Greenings. Blackbcrries rery promisrng. Lovers of cherries and strawberries had a least. Cor. Sec'y.