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BANKING HOUSES.
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D. Pollock. Draw on Union Bank of London, Lon-
don. Negotiates bills on all towns in Great Britain
and Ireland.
Royal Bank, Exchange Square. — Cashier, A.
Robertson; sub-cashier, H. Cowan; assistant, J. Tay-
lor; accountant, W. Gow; tellers, A. R. Munro, G.
D. Charles, T. Young, A. Mitchell, and J. Neill ;
exchange teller, J. N. Parker ; clerks, T. Bell, G.
H. Robertson, J. S. Park, J. A. Fletcher, W. Young,
G. B. Martin, R. Reid, jun., J. M'Kinven, G. F.
Grant, J. S. Cameron, J. S. Keith, A. Dykes, W.
D. Main, and W. Wyse ; porters, J. Davidson, A.
Thomson, and S. Lyons. Branches, 244 Argyle
Street, T. Soraervail, agent : 130 Cowcaddens, W.
Denham, agent ; 44 Canning Street, Calton, A. and
J. Waddel], agents; 439 Gallowgate, A. and J.
"Waddell, agents; 27 Crown Street, Hutchesontown,
H. Dallach}', agent; 105 Eglinton Street, J. Ham-
ilton, agent; 104 Trongate, J. M'Gibbon, agent;
St. Rollox, 107 Castle Street, H. Wyse, agent;
Garscube Cross, W. Denham, agent ; 204 Duke
Street, A. & J. Waddell, agents. Draw on Bank of
England and Coutts & Co., London ; on Bank of
England branches at Liverpool, Manchester, Birming-
ham, Leeds, Hull, Bristol, Leicester, Newcastle,
Portsmouth, Plymouth ; on Bank of Ireland and
branches; Halifax and Huddersfield Union Bank;
Stuckey's Banking Company at Bath, &c., &c. ;
Cumberland Union Bank (Limited), Carlisle,
Cockerraouth, Keswick, Maryport, Penrith, Wigton,
and Workington. The Royal Bank of Scotland
grants letters of credit on the following places in
Scotland, besides its own branches, viz., Aberfeldy,
Aberlour, Airdrie, Alexandria, Alford, Alloa, An-
struther, Auchterarder, Ballater, Banchorj', Banff,
Beith, Bervie, Bervvick-on-Tweed, Blair Athol,
Buckie, Burntisland, Castle-Douglas, Coupar-Angus,
Crieff, Cullen, Dairy (Ayrshire), Denny, Dingwall,
Dollar, DufftOD, Dumbarton, Dunfermline, Dunkeld,
Dunning, Durno (Pitcaple), Eaglesham, East Linton,
£cht, Elie, Ellon, Errol, Fochabers, Forres, Fort-
William, Fraserburgh, Fyvie, Golspie, Helensburgh,
Huntly, Insch, Inveraray, Inverkeithing, Inverness,
Inverury, Islay, Keith, Kelso, Kildrummy, Killin,
Kilsyth, Kincraigie (Tough), Kirkcaldy, Kirkcud-
bright, Kirkintilloch, Kirkwall, Kirriemuir, Lang-
holm, Largo, Laurencekirk, Lochgilphead, Loch-
maben, Lumsden, Lumphanan, Lybster, Macduff,
Midcalder, Mintlaw, Moffat, Muirkirk, Nairn, New
Deer, New Galloway, New Pitsligo, Newton-Stewart,
Oban, Old Meldrum, Paisley, Pebbles, Pennycuick,
Petershead, Pitlochrie, Pittenweem, Pollokshaws,
Portree, Portsoy, Rhynie, Rosehearty, Selkirk, Stone-
haven, Stornoway, Stranraer, Strichen, Stromness,
Tarland, Tarves, Thurso, Tobermory, Turriff, Whit-
horn, Wick, Wigtown. The Royal Bank of Scotland
negotiates bills on every place where there is a bank
or banker, and effects payments in the United States,
British America, Australia, New Zealand, Sydney,
and other British colonies, and also in the East
Indies and China.
Union Bank of Scotland, 97 Ingram Street. —
Manager, C. Gairdner; assistant-manager, John
Affleck ; cashier, G. W. Hill ; secretary, M. J. B.
FuUarton ; accountant, J. Gray ; inspector, A. B.
Henderson. Draws on Glyn & Co., London ; Pro-
vincial Bank of Ireland ; Belfast Banking Co. ;
Manchester and Liverpool District Bank, Manchester
and Salford Bank; Lambtou & Co.; Lancaster Bank-
ing Co. ; Sheffield Banking Co. ; National Provin-
cial Bank of England ; Yorkshire Banking Co. ,
Whitehaven Joint-Stock Bank ; Carlisle City and
District Bank ; Moore & Robinson (Limited), Not-
tingham ; Beckett & Co., Leeds; Huddersfield Bank-
ing Co. ; Cumberland Union Banking Co. (Limited) ;
Paget & Co. ; Worcester City and County Bank
(Limited) ; North of Scotland Bank ; Caledonian
Bank; De Rothschilds Freres, Paris; J. G. King's
Sons, New York ; Union Bank of Australia, Sydney,
Melbourne, and other branches ; Bank of Montreal
and branches, &c., &c. Negotiates bills on all towns
in Great Britain and Ireland where there is a banker.
Branch offices, 2 Trongate, D. M'Arthur, agent ;
8 Washington Street, W. I5ell, agent ; 7 New City
Road, Cowcaddens, A. Forsyth, agent; 101 King
Street, Tradeston, J. Frame, agent; St. Vincent
Street, J. Wallace, agent; 36 Canning Street, Calton,
J. Girdwood, agent; and 21 Great Western Road,
Hillhead, A. Forsyth, agent. The Union Bank of
Scotland is also agent for the Consolidated Bank,
Manchester; Hey wood Brothers & Co., Manchester;
Halifax and Huddersfield Union Bank; North-
western Bank (Limited) Liverpool; Exchange and
Discount Bank (Limited) Leeds; Bilston District
Bank, Wolverhampton ; Alcocks & Co. (Craven
Bank); and the Alliance Bank, London; Derby, Com-
mercial Banking Co. (Limited) ; National Bank,
Wakefield and Barnsley ; Union Bank ; Munroe &
Co., Paris. The Union Bank of Scotland also issues
drafts on certain branches of the Bank of Scotland,
City of Glasgow Bank, Clydesdale Banking Co., Com-
mercial Bank of Scotland, and Nat. Bank of Scotland.
LIST OF PENNY SAVINGS BANKS IN OPERATION IN AND AEOUND GLASGOW.
WHEEE AND WHEN OPEN (26 and 27 Vict, c. 87, s. 82.)
THE PENNY SAVINGS BANK ASSOCIATION.
Instituted March, 1865.
John Ure, president; T. Brown, vice-president;
D. D. Macdonald, 203 Hope Street, treasurer; J.
Cruickshank, 172 AVest George Street, secretary ;
J. Hadden, J. Blair, A. S. Baird, J. M'Gregor,
Pollokshields ; J. Currie, 89 Mitchell Street ; R. J.
Anderson, 53 Miller St. ; R. M. S. Brodie, 78 Queen
St,; D. Munro, 25 Clyde Place; E. Niven, jun.,
Maryhill; C.Monteath,21AbbotsfordPI.; the Actuary
of the N. S. Savings Bank, ex-officio, directors ; J.
Copeland, 18 Holmhead Street, visiting secretary.
Abstainers' Union. — J. Airlie, 18 Eenfield St.
Alva. — Green Square ; Saturday, 6 to 7.
Anderston — 162 Main Street ; Monday, 7^.
Anderston U.P. Church. — Saturday, 7 to 8.
Auchinaien and Bishopbeiggs. — Saturday, 7.
Baldernock. — Balmore ; Saturday, 7 to 8.
Band of Hope. — 135 Main Street, Gorbals ;
Tuesday, 7-^ to 8.
Barony. — Martyr's School ; Sat. 6 to 8.
Bareowfield. — 12 Landressy St. ; Saturday, 7.
Berkeley St. U.P. Church. — Paterson St. ;
Saturday, 6 to 7.
Blackburn. — Chapel School ; Sat., 7 to 8.

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