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Warden, Win., & Sons, oil and produce merchants,
24 George sq.
Warden, Wm. (of W. Warden & Sons), ho. 12 West-
bourne gardens.
Warden, W. C. (of Morris, Warden, & Co.), house,
Westfield, Victoria rd , Lenzie.
Warden, Marion, fancy goods, &c., 73 Dundas st., city.
WARDHAUGH, W. I., Banli of Scotland, St. Vincent
place ; house, Sweethope, Shawlands.
WARDLAW, Johnston, jun., earthenware and cracible
manufacturer. Star Pottery and Crucible Works ;
ho. Lilybank cottage, Bishopbriggs.
Wardlaw, Mrs. Walter, 18 Markland ter., Hillhcad.
Wakdlaw Congregational Church, Bellgrove street;
Rev. D. M'Kinnon, minister.
WARDLE, C. S., & Co., Nottingham; agent, J.
Leechman, 8 South Frederick street.
WARDLOW, S. & C, Portobello Steel Works and
Congress Steel Works, Oughtibridge, Sheffield,
established 1833, steel converters, refiners, and
rollers, makers of superior steel castings ; Telegraph
address, Wardlow, Sheffield ; William Muir, agent,
16 Regent Park terrace, Strathbungo.
Wardlow, S. & C, Portobello Works, Sheffield,
and Congress Works, Oughtibridge, Sheffield (estab.
1883); Wm. Muir, agent, 16 Regent Park ter.,
Strathbungo, Glasgow.
WARDROP, D. C, manufacturing stationer, printer,
lithographer, and engraver, 57 Oswald street ; ho.
104 Allison st.. Crossbill.
Wardrop, James, agent and merchant, agent for
Samuel Berger & Co., " cold water " starch
manufacturers, Bromley-by-Bow, London, E., also
for R. Lehmann & Co.'s condensed milk and Swiss
Milk Food, 82 Turnmill st., London, E.C. ; 65
West Regent st., Glasgow ; ho. 2 Brougham ter.,
Wardrop, Jas. S., asphalter, 57 Oswald st. ; works,
121 A Bishop street, Port-Dundas ; house, 88 North
Hanover street.
Wardrop, John (of Wardrop & Murray, 42 Montrose
street), house, 8 Ure place.
Wardrop & Murray, slaters and plasterers, 42
Montrose street.
Wardrop, Wm., joiner, 140 West Graham st.
Wardrop, W. T., ironmonger, hardware, and furniture
dealer, 497 Gallowgate; ho. 493 do.
Wardrop, Miss, teacher. The Crescents' School, 12
Corunna street.
Ward's Antifouling Composition ; agents, Ander-
son, Webster, & Co., 133 St. Vincent street.
WARE, Charles, Scottish Provincial Assurance Co.,
16 St. Vincent place.
WAREHAM, Edwin J., organist and professor of
music, 3 W. Prince's st.
WARK, John, pastry baker and spirit merchant, 316
Argyle St., and 11 Main st., Anderston ; house, 124
Bothwell st.
Wark, John, writer, 120 Bath street; ho. 47 Keir st.,
PoUokshields, east.
WARNE, Wm., & Co., india-rubber manufacturers,
hose, valves, thread, &c., London and Tottenham;
A. M'Neill, agent, 20 Union street.
WARNIER, J. & P. David, merinos and flannels, 12
Miller street ; house, Reims, France.
WARNOCK, Alexander F., G.P.O. 35 St. Mungo
street, north.
Warnock, Ales., wholesale tea merchant, 84 Mitchell
street ; ho. 23 Kilmailing ten, Old Cathcart.
Warnock, Alex, provision merchant, 246 Crookston
street; house, 98 Pollok street.
Warnock, David M., flesher, 165 Main st., Anderston,
and 4 Cranston st.
Warnock, D. (of G.P.O.), 45 Bank street, HiUhead.
Warnock, James, chandler, 10 and 12 M'Alpine
Warnock, John, clerk, City Chambers; house, 123
Cathcart road.
Warnock, Robert (at Walter Wilson & Co.'s, Jamaica
street), ho. 17 Cumberland st, s.s.
Warnock, William, wine and spirit merchant, 46 and
48 Hopehill road ; house, 50 do.
Warnock, Wm. J., pork butcher and sausage manufac-
turer, 448 Gallowgate ; house, 320 Duke st.
Warnock, Wm., beadle (St Paul's Episcopal Church,
Buccleuch street), ho. 151 W. Graham street.
Warnock, Mrs. D. Cunningham, 2 Hillsborough ter.
Warnock, Mrs. J., Berlin wool and fancy goods, 12
Ashton place, Dowanhill ; ho. 150 Byars rd.
WARR,W.,& Co., bill brokers, London and Glasgow;
manager, R. B. M'Caig, accountant, 183 W. Geo. st,
WARRAND, Thos. Alex, (of Connal & Co.), house,
18 Woodside crescent.
WARREN, Alexander, bookseller, stationer, and news-
agent, 79 Struan terrace, Victoria rd.; ho. 83 do.
Warren, George (at Duncan Campbell & Sons'), ho.
353 Bath crescent.
Warren, James, commission merchant, 115 Welling-
ton St.; ho. 168 Renfrew st.
WaiTen, John A., civil engineer and surveyor, 115
Wellington street; house, 168 Renfrew street.
Warren, M. & C, milliners and dressmakers, 61 Al-
bert road, PoUokshields, E.; ho. 353 Bath st.
WaiTen, Thos., & Sons, Milton Glass Works, 53 Canal
street, Port Dundas.
Warren, Thomas, 168 Renfrew street.
Warren, Thomas, jun., & Co., wine merchants, 109
West Nile street.
Warren, Thomas, jun. (of Thomas Warren, jun.,& Co.),
ho. 76 Hill St., Garnethill.
Warren, Timothy, writer (of Moncrieff, Barr, Paterson,
& Co., 45 West George street), ho. Thorn villa,
Warren, Timothy, wine and spirit merchant, 2 and 4
Henderson street.
Warren, Timothy (of Thomas Warren, jun., & Co.),
ho. 11 Shaftesbury terrace.
Wai-ren, Mrs. Nancy, 124 Great Hamilton st.
Warkoch Street Bonded and Free Stores, 66 to 88
Warroch street, Anderston; office, 124 Bath st.
Warwickhill Colliery Office, 127 St. Vincent st.
Washington Mills, J. & R. Snodgrass, millers, 90
Washington street.
WASSELL, Christopher, & Co., engineers and smiths,
15 and 19 Carlton court ; ho. 28 Melville street.
Wassell, 0. T. (at R. M'Alpine's, contractor, 208 W
George st.), ho. Lucerne cottage, Saltcoats.
WASSON, Robert, fishmonger and poulterer, 88
Prince of Wales terrace, Victoria road ; house, 12
Albert drive.
Wason, Thomas, draper, 11 Cathcart rd., Govanhill ;
ho. 3 do.
Water Street Mission Hall, 68 Water st.
Water Works Office, Glasgow Corporation, 23 Miller
street ; J. M. Gale, engineer.
Waterbury Clock Co., U.S.A, manufacturers of
clocks and clock materials ; European depot, Thos.
R. Dennison, manager, 123 Stockwell st.

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