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The Eglinton Silicate Chemical Co.
'. Dundyvan Brick Works, Dnndy-
i van
Thom, Andrew, slater. Railway st
Thorn, Daniel, draper, 40 Main st
Thom, Matthew, & Co. slaters and
., plasterers, 92 Main street
Thom, Wm. draper, 143 Bank st
Thom, Isabella, confectr. 7 Bank st
Thomson, Charles, ironwork man-
ager, Calder Ironworks
Thomson, J. & T. bakers, 63 Bank
Thomson, Robert, dairyman,
43 St. John street
Thomson, William, plumber, 5
Park place, Langloan
Thomson, W. & T. music sellers,
31 Sunnyside road
Tonner, Mrs. confectr., 8 Bank st
Torbet, James, stores, 24 Main st
Tudhope, Adam Prentice, M.B.
i .CM. &c. medical practitioner,
I Woodbine cottage, St. John st
Tudhope, Wm. ironmaster. Crown
. Ironworks ; ho. Academy street
Turnbull, Thomas, clerk, Coatbank
Engine Wks.; ho. Muiryhall st
Twycross, Thomas, sheriff officer,
29 Cawdor place, Dunbeth road
Waddell, James, civil engineer and
architect, 33 Church st.
Waddell, Robert S. res. Bellevue ho
Waddell, James, joiner, Sunnyside
road ; house, 28 Muiryhall st
Waddell, John, grocer, 136 Bankst.
ho. Waddell's land, Buchanan st
Waddell, W. pawnbroker, 2 Church
st. and Dundyvan road; house,
Albert cottage, 23 Dnnbeth st
Waddell, Wm. flour merchant,
Bellevue, 29 Academy st
Waddington, David, insurance agt.
28 Mossbank ter
Wallace, Hugh, farmer, Banldiead
Wallace, John, accountant, Ten-
nant's place; res. Kirkland ho.
Wallace, Richard, builder. Weir st
Wardrop, Alex., tailor. Moss-side
terrace, Portland street
Wardlaw, Mrs. refreshment rooms,
Wilson's land
Jurgh of Crosshill, created Sept.
1871. Estimated population,
3700. Assessablerental, £23,107.
In the Eastern division of Ren-
frewshire, James Finlayson,
Es(i. M.P.
jeorge Browne, provost; John
Millen and Hugh Mayberry,
tnagistrates. Commissioners
(West ward) — Adam Stewart,
W. D. Henderson, Francis Caul-
field ; (North ward) — John
Waterson, Robert, North British
Ironworks ; ho. Gas Lane cott
Waterson, Wm. borseshoer, Sandy-
hillocks, Midshawhead farm
Watson Brothers, aerated water
manufacturers. Coat st
Watson, George, china merchant,
71 Bank street
Watson, James, spirit merchant.
Low Coats
Watson, Robert, merchant, Whiiflet
Watson, Robert, wine and spirit
merchant, 100 Buchanan street
Watson, Wm. agent Nobel's Ex-
plosives Co. (Ld.), Bank street;
ho. Kirtonvilla, Bathgate
Watson, Wm. Co-operative society;
res. Rosslin terrace
Watt, Thomas, blacksmith, 47, 49
Bank street
Watt, Thomas, jun. blacksmith, 81
Dunbeth road
Waverley Iron and Steel Co.
Weir, James, dairyman, 72 Aca-
demy street
Weir, Jn., horse dealer, Arthur's
land, 24 Colt ter
Weir, Thomas, spirit merchant,
Wessenberg, Charles, tobacconist,
8 Sunnyside road
Wessenberg, Charles, watchmaker
and jeweller, 9 Sunnyside road ;
res. 66 Church street
Wheatley, Geo. Benjamin, Kipps
Works, N.B. Railway
Wheeling, James, 107 Dunbeth ter
Wheeler, Sergeant - Major, Yeo-
mani-y Cavalry; res. 53 Main st
White, James, spirit merchant,
23 Bank st.; ho. Buchanan st
White, Richard, merchant, Whifflet
Williams, Jno. salerooms, 9 Bank st
Williamson, John, portioner, Burn-
bank road.
Williamson, Robert N. plumber,
tinsmith, and gasfitter, 3 Canal
st. ; ho. Colt ter
Wilson, James, brick maker, Burn-
bank Brick Works; ho. Wilson
Wilson, James, surgeon, Bonnie-
hill House
Millen, Hugh Mayberry, W.
Dick ; (South ward) — George
Browne, A. M'Cutcheon, Thos.
Morrison. D. M. Alexander,
clerk ; R. B. Paterson, treasurer ;
James Wallace, collector. Bank
of Scotland, Victoria read; And.
Crawford, sanitary inspector,
111 Victoria road; Thomas
M'Quaker, procurator fiscal ;
F. S. Colledge, C.E. surveyor;
burgh ofiSce, Burgh hall, Cath-
cart road
Wilson, Jas. Bonniehill house
Wilson, Jas. boilermaker, Sunny-
side Boiler Works; ho. Park-
side cottage
Wilson, John, house painter. Main
street; ho. 7 St. John st
Wilson, John, & Co. drapers,
63 and 65 Main st
Wilson, John A. tube manufac-
turer, Merryston cottage
Wilson & Nicholson, boiler makers,
Sunnyside Boiler Works
Wilson, Robert, surgeon, 2 Aca-
demy street
Wilson & Sons, brassf'nders, Coat-
bridge Works
Wilson, Thomas, gas manager,
Burnbank house
Wilson, Wm. tube manufacturer,
Danehall cottage, 19 Church st
Wilson, Mrs. contractor ; house,
Mansefield pi
Woodside Iron and Steel C©.
Wotherspoon, James, stationer, 123
Main st. ; ho. 12 Martin's land,
Main street
Wotherspoon, John, tubewofk
manager, Ga'tsherrie cottage
Wotherspoon, W. & T., cricket
and football emporium, 89 Main
street ; ho. 2 Muiryhall street
Wright, J.as. fancy goods mer-
chant, 36 Main st.; ho. 40 Church
Wright, James, dairy, 163, 165
Bank street
Wright, Joseph, umbrella maker
and hairdresser, 8 Academy st
Wright, Joseph, umbrella maker,
ho. Aimer villa
Wylie, John, & Co. malhable iron
manufacturers, Clifton Ironw'ks
Young, Jas. chemical works mana-
ger, Gartsherrie
Young, John, carrier and contrac-
tor. Canal Basin, 2 Bank st
Young, Robt. factor. Home Farm,
Young, Thomas, bootmaker, Gart-
sherrie rd
Young, William, 39 N. Church st
Young, M. & A. milliners, 41 Bank
street ; res. 42 Portland street
Clergymen — Rev. D. M-Corquo-
dale, Parish Church, res. Avenue
Villa, Langside ; Rev. W. Scott,
Free Church, res. Maryville,
Langside; Rev. F. Ferguson,
U.P. Church, res. Ellenbar.k
Office for entering proclamation of
banns— 6 Douglas pi. ; Thomas
Watson, session clerk
Post Office — 110 Renton terrace,
Victoria road ; Money order,

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