‹‹‹ prev (989)

(991) next ›››

(990)
978
POLLOKSHAWS.-
-SUBURBAN DIRECTORY.-
-POLLOKSHIELDS.
Royal Arch Lodge, No. 153,
Cogan street
Russell, John, 90 King st
Russell, Mrs. draper, 57 King st
Sewell, Wm. schoolmaster and
session clerk, Pollok academy ;
house, Cartcraigs
Shaw, Jas. plasterer, 3 College st
Sir John Maxwell Lodge of Odd-
fellows Friendly Society
Smeaton, J. grocer, 37 Herriot St.;
ho. 58 King street
Smith, Robt. spirit merchant, 17
Herriot St.; ho. High Cartcraigs
Sproul, Robert, baker, 14 Main
street
Sproul, Wm. grass bleacher, and
family washing and dressing
establishment, Govan hall
Steel, James, boot and shoe ware-
house, Maxwell cross
Stevenson, Jas. letter carrier ; ho.
11 King street
Stewart, John, & Gillies, writers
and notaries public, agents for
the Standard Life Office, City
Bank buildings
Stewart & M'Kenzie, engineers,
ironfounders, & machine makers,
Govanhaugh
Stewart, Robt. mason and builder;
ho. Rosendale road
Stewart, Thos. sergeant instructor,
4thR.R.V. Corps, 33 Maxwell st
Stewart, Walter, agent for North
British and Mercantile Insur-
ance Co. sub - distributor of
stamps, and sub-collector of
taxes and licences, 29 King st.;
ho. 12 Pollok road, Shawlands
Stewart, Wm. (of Stewart &
M'Kenzie), house, Heath bank,
Rossendale road
Stirling, Wm. J.; ho. 29 Herriot st
Strang, David, Pollokshaws and
Glasgow carrier
Strang, William, grocer and wine
merchant, 55 Main st. ; ho 59 do
Syme, Mrs. Agnes, wine and spirit
merchant, 70 Pollok street; ho.
4 Maxwell street
Tassie, Jas. bank agent, 70 King
st. ; ho. Millbrae, Langside
Tassie, James, Coustonhill
Taylor, Jos. D. Rossendale road
Taylor, Wm. grocer and provision
merchant, 4 Main street; house,
11 Maxwell street
Turnbull, Mrs. John, 74 King st
Tracy, Henry, pawnbroker and
general dealer, 54 King St.;
house, 56 do.
United Presby. Ch. Matilda street
Urie, John, cartwright and joiner,
glazier and funeral undertaker,
Shawhill street; ho. King st
Walker, Wm. surgeon, Main st. ;
bouse, Kirklaud villa
Wark, R. joiner, 18 Pleasance st
Watt, Walter, spirit merchant, 84
Main st. ; house, 58 King st
Watson, Duncan, grocer, 29 Main
street ; ho. Alderwood, Rossen-
dale road
Watson, Joseph, grain and potato
merchant ; ho. Auldfield cottage
Watson, Wm. (of Jas. Young &
Son), Auldhousefield ; house,
29 Herriot street
Weatherly, Jas. market gardener,
Haggswood
Weir, Wm. Riverbank house
Welsh, Matthew, hosier, 81 Geo.
street; house, 67 King street
Whitehead, Jas. slater, 69 Herriot st
Wilson, Alex. 59 Pollok street
Wilson, Alexander, & Co. drapers,
90 King street
Wilson & Gall, omnibus proprie-
tors, cab and carriage hirers;
office and stables, Greenbank St.;
funeral office, Maxwell cross
Wilson, John, grocer, 19 Main st.;
ho. Laurel Bank pi. Shawlands
Wilson, John, eoalmaster, Pollok
colliery, by Polloksbaws ; house,
Roselea, Pollokshields
Winning, Jas.; ho. Low Cartcraigs
Wren, William, grocer and wine
merchant, 76 Pollok street ; ho.
40 Pollok street
Wright, C. H. Mxwell cross
Young, Jas. & Son, bleachers and
finishers, Auldhousefield; letter
box at Thos. Donald's, 108
Queen st. Glasgow
Young, Robert, inspector of way,
G. B. and J. R. Rail. ; house,
Haggs road
Young, Wm. & Co. power-loom
muslin manufs. Avenue WeaviDg
Factory
Young, Mrs. Mansion house, Auld-
housefield
POLLOKSHIELDS
Burgh of Pollokshields, created
1876. Estimated population,
2000. Rental, £23,600.
Robert Harvey, provost ; James
M'Aulay and Wm. Gray, magis-
trates; Nathapiel Ramsay, Wm.
L. E. M'Lean, Thomas Meikle,
John Burns, John Robertson,
and Jn. Graham, commissioners;
John Grey, clerk; James P.
Laidlaw, treasurer
(For List of Names, see General
Directory; also Street Lists
and Trades under their re-
spective headings.)

Images and transcriptions on this page, including medium image downloads, may be used under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence unless otherwise stated. Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence