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Winning, John (at W. Anderson's, 284 Buchanan st),
house, 137 St. James' road.
Winning, Robert (of Rowley & Dick), house, 94
Dundas street.
Winning, Moses, 94 Dundas street, city.
Winning, Walter, bookseller and stationer, 120 South
Cumberland st. ; house, 345 Thistle street.
Winning, William, bookseller and stationer, 270
Crown st. ; house, 51 Inglefield st.
Winning, Misses, 34 Woodlands rd.
WINSLOW, Henry, heating engineer, 42 Grafton
WINTER, Alfred, musical agent, 18 Great Clyde st.
Winter, Colin, stationer, tobacconist, and newsagent,
S33 Cathcart road.
Winter, David, detective officer, Eastern Police Office;
ho. 504 Gallowgate.
Winter, Mrs. E., 33 Bothwell place, Hillhead.
WINTERHALDER, Chas., watch and clock maker,
91 London street; ho. 4 Great Hamilton street.
Winterhalder & Hofmeier, clock manufacturers,
Germany ; sole agents for Scotland and Ireland,
Joseph M'Crossan & Sons, 59, 61, and 63 St.
Enoch square.
WINTHROPE, Wm., smith and brassfounder, bell-
hanger and gasfitter, 44 and 46 Elmbarik st. ; ho.
415 SauchiehaU street.
WINTON Bros., smiths, 58 Galbraith st.; ho. 22 St.
Vincent crescent.
Winton, W. R., manufacturers' agent and commis-
sion merchant, 30 Gordon st.
WISE, John, & Co., tailors and clothiers, 29 Union
street ; house, 190 Bellfield street.
Wise, Jas. (of John Wise & Co., clothiers, 29 Union
St.), ho. 29 Kenmure street, Pollokshields.
Wise, Thos., house factor and insm-ance agent, 383
Duke street.
WISELY, Wm. M. (of W. M. Wisely & Co., 27 St.
Vincent place).
Wisely, W. M., & Co., marine insurance brokers, 27
St. Vincent place.
WISEMAN, Jas., shirting and skirting manufr., 31
Dale St.; warehouse, 67 Main st., Bridgeton.
Wiseman, Thomas (of Thomas Wiseman & Co., 28
Renfield street).
Wiseman, Thos., cashier (at Alex. Raeside's), ho. 68
Main street, Bridgeton.
Wiseman, Thomas, & Co., East India merchants, 28
Renfield street.
Wiseman, William, cotton and woollen waste dealer,
mill furnisher, and manufacturer of engine waste,
blowings, and cotton flocks, 203 Rutherglen road
and 50 Commercial road; ho. 1 St. Andrew's rd.,
WISHART, Geo. (of W. Brock & Sons, 17 Waterloo
street), ho. 10 Ibrox pi., Bellahouston.
Wishart, Henry S., gunpowder and oil merchant, and
agent for Kames Gunpowder Co., 123 West George
St.; ho. 21 Holyrood cres.
Wishart, Jas. (Greig & Wishart), commission agent,
132 W. Nile St.
Wishart, John R., gi'ain and flour merchant, 45
Hope St.; res. Hillside house, Locliwinnoch.
Wishart, John, secy. Oakbank Oil Co., Limited, 224
Ingram street.
Wishart, John, commercial traveller (at Marshall &
Stevens'), house, 94 Cathcart rd., Govanhill.
Wishart, Robert Smyth, M.A., teacher of mathematics.
High School ; house, 11 Gower street, Hillhead.
Wishart, Robert, hairdresser and perfumer, 208
Hope street.
Wishart, Robt., fancy goods and hardware dealer, 283
Paisley road; ho. 31 Kenmure st.
Wishart, Robert, stationer and newsagent, 91 North
Woodside road.
Wishart, Thomas (at Isaac Rigg & Son's), house, 107
Victoria road, Crosshill.
Wishart, Wm. (of M'Kinlay & Wishart, wrights, 263
Shields road), ho. 103 Cathcart street. Paisley rd.
Wishart, William, importer of foreign merchandise
and wholesale hardware merchant, also dealer in
toys, combs, perfumery, brushes, baskets, jewellery,
&c., 44 Candleriggs; ho. 327 Argyle st.
Wishart, Mary, hardware and fancy goods merchant,
also dealer in baskets, brushes, combs, stationery,
toys, &c., 174 Main st., Anderston; house, 327
Argyle st.
WiSHAW Coal Co., coalmasters and coal merchants,
101 St. Vincent street, Dalzell and Broomside
Collieries, Motherwell, and St. Eollox depot.
Wishaw Iron and Steel Works, Wishaw — See Glas-
gow Iron Co.
Wishaw Collieries. — See Glasgow Iron Co.
WITHER, J. agent. Union Bank of Scotland (Lim.),
Bridgeton Cross branch, 10 Bridgeton cross ; ho.
17 Clifford street, Paisley road.
WITHERS, Evans, & Clancey, average ad-
justers, 4 North court. Royal Exchange.
Withers, David, licensed grocer, 51 Grove st. ; ho,
990 Garscube rd.
WOHLGEMUTH, Benjamin, photogi-apher, 202
Hope street.
WOLFFE Bros., wholesale jewellers and watch
manufacturers, 46 Gordon street.
Wolffe, Bernard (of Wolffe Brothers), 46 Gordon street;
ho. 39 Lansdowne cres.
Wolfe, J. R., M.D., F.R.C.S.E., professor of ocu-
listic surgery, Anderson's University, surgeon
oculist, Glasgow Ophthalmic Institution, 126 West
Regent st.; ho. 18 Brandon pi., West George st.
Wolffe, Samuel, watch manufacturer and importer,
wholesale jeweller, &c., 75 Buchanan street ; ho. 8
Bumbank gardens.
WOOD, Alex., & Sons, Glasgow weighing machine
manufactory, shop and store outfitters, manufac-
turers of bucket-ended beams and scales for stores,
platform, cart, lorry, railway waggon, and coal hutch
weighing machines, grocers' beams, scales, and
fancy japanned canisters, show vases, &c., butchers'
mincing and sausage filling machines, cleavers,
knives, &c., wine merchants' measures, pumps,
cranes, and tinsmiths, coppersmiths, and japanners;
repairs done at our works on all kinds of weighing
.apparatus; works, 130 Baltic st., Bridgeton ; ware-
house, 8 and 10 Stockwell street.
Wood, Alex, (of Wm. C. Wood & Sons), house, 158
Paisley road, west.
Wood, Alex, (of A. Wood & Sons, weighing machine
makers, 10 Stockwell st.), ho. 11 Anntield ten,
west, Partickhill.
Wood, Alex. C. (at A. & W. Glen's), house, 3
Walworth terrace.
Wood, Alex., fruiterer and confectioner, 152 Kelvm-
haugh St. , 3 \
Wood, Alex, (at Jas. Dunn & Sons, 26 Renfield st.),
ho. Clydebank, Saltcoats.
Wood, Archd., & Son, bootmakers, 149 High st.; bo.
124 West Nile street.

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