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Christie, Thomas, tobacconist, 51 High street; ho.
6 Oxford street.
Christie, Thos. W., car\-er and gilder, 134 Buccleuch
Christie, Wm. D., commission agent, 48 Queen st. ;
res. Bellslea, Bearsden.
Christie, Wm., commercial traveller, S Scotia street.
Christie, W. E., M.A., joint head-master. Collegiate
School, Camphill st.; ho. 3 Queen Mary ti^rrace.
Christy, W. M., & Sous (Limited), of Manchester,
cotton spinners and manufacturers, the original
inventors and patentees of the Royal Turkish
towels, in both cotton and linen ; also, manufac-
turers of all classes of fancy towels ; agent, J. F.
Andrew, 1 Prince's square.
Christie, Wm., tobacco pipe manufacturer, 16 and 20
Craignestock street ; house, 7 Somerville place.
Chrystie, Wm. (of Chrystie & Brownlee), house, 30
Regent Park square
Christie, Wm., insurance agent, 223 Thistle st., S.S.
Christie, William, hairdresser and tobacconist, 449
Eutherglen road; ho. 499 Dalmarnock road.
Christie, Mrs. Ellen, agency and registry for servants,
184 Buccleuch street.
Christie, Mrs., pianoforte teacher, 236 Langside road.
CHRY8TAL, Bell, & Co., Italian warehousemen,
wholesale and retail wine, whisky, and brandy
merchants, 721 Great Western road.
Chrystal, Bell, & Co., wine and spirit merchants,
188, 190 Argyle st.
Chrystal, .James (at Plantation Bakeries), house, 23
Clifford St.
Chrystal, James, accountant and stockbroker, 75 St.
George's place; ho. 2 Cecil St., Hillhead.
Chijstal, J. G, (of Thomas Thomson & Co.,
marine insurance brokers), 8 Royal Exchange bldgs.
Chrystal, John, baker, 276 St. George's road.
Chrystal, Robert, 2 Park Circus place.
Chrystal, Robert, & Sons, family grocers, Italian
warehousemen, and wine, whisky, and brandy mer-
chants, 1 Charing cross.
Chrystal, Wm. J., chemical manufacturer (of John &
James White, 7 West George street and ShawKeld
Works, Rutherglen), res. Calderwood Castle, High
Chrystal, Mrs. Patrick, 155 Hill street, Garnethill.
Chrystal, Mrs., 3 Teviot terrace.
Chrystal, Miss, tobacconist, 274 St. George's rd.
Chrystal, Miss M. R., 12 Queen's crescent.
CHUBB & Sons, Lock and Safe Co. (Limited), patent
safe and lock manufacturers; sole agent, Wm. P.
Laidlaw, 80 St. Vincent street.
CHUGG, George, butcher, 357 New City road ; ho.
161 do.
CHURCH & Greig, chartered accountants and stock-
brokers, 104 West George st.
Church, W. R. M. (of Church & Greig), house, 2
Athole gardens.
Church, W. H. M., Auchnacloich, Rahane.
Church, Miss, 15 Cumberland st. west.
Chukch of Christ, 41 Brown street, city.
Church of Christ, 294 Cathcart rd.
Church of Scotland Training College Boarding
House, Miss Lamond, supt., 140, 142 Hill street,
CiEii.s' Extracts of Meat; agents, D. & J. Parker,
7 Montrose st.
Circular Addressing Agency, W. S. Brown & Co.,
agents, 137 West Regent st.
Citizen Newspaper Office (Evening and Weekly),
Citizen buildings, St. Vincent place; telephone num-
ber, commercial department, 1025, editorial de-
partment, 1430.
Branches: —
108-110 Eglinton street. Telephone No. 1420
12 Cleland street. do do 1421
53 Watt street. Telephone No. 1422
15 Dumbarton road.
242 New City road.
62 Sauchiehall street.
83 London street.
35 London road.
592 Gallowgate.
11 Parliamentary road, do
and at 74 Fleet street, London, E.C. ; Gilmour st.,
Paisley (telephone No. 45), and 4 Mansion house
lane, Greenock (telephone No. 28).
City Assessor's Office, City Chambers, 249 George
st. ; James Heniy, assessor.
City Calendering and Finishing Works, 114 John
street, James Wright & Co., Ld.
City Chamberlain, James Nicol, George square and 285
George street ; ho. 6 Westbourne ter.
City Chambers, 285 George street.
City of Chester Gold Mines, Ltd., registered office,
Gresbam house, 45 West Nile st. ; Rattray Bros.
& Cairney, secretaries.
City Clothes Market, 61 and 63 Greendyke streets
City Commercial Restaurant Co. (Limd.), 60 Union st.
City Equitable Pawnbrokin<< Co. (Alex. Chalmers,
manager), 2 North Coburgst. and 131 Oxford st.
City Equitable Pawnbroking Co., 2 North Coburg
St. and 131 Oxford st; A. Smith, proprietor.
City (The) Florists, 45 Gordon st.
City of Glasgow Bottling Stores, and aerated water
manufactory, 44 Renfrew street.
City of Glasgow Friendly Society; James Stewart,
manager, 6 Richmond st.; house, 8 do.
City of Glasgow Life Assurance Co., 30 Ren-
field street; F. F. Elderton, manager; George
Gray, secretary. — See Advertisement in Appendix.
City of Glasgow Loan Bank Coinpany, money lenders
and bill discounters, 85 Candleriggs; T. J. Dickson,
City of Glasgow (The) Native Benevolent Association,
John E. Watson, C.A., hon. treasurer, 149 St. Vin-
cent st.
City of Glasgow Pickling Co., pic'sle and sauce
manufacturers, Craigton road, Go van.
City of Glasgow Towing Co., 74 Broomielaw, Glas-
gow, and Palmerston Buildings, Greenock; A. &
W. M'Kinnon, agents.
City Hall, 90 to 98 Candleriggs and 29 South Albion
St. ; Walter Freer, curator ; ho. 29 So. Albion st.
City Iron Foundry, warehouse and show rooms, 9 Croy
pi., head of Maxwell st.
City Ironmonger Stores (Shaw, Walker, & Co..),
ironmongers, 14 to 18 Union st.
City Line of Sailing Ships; Geo. Smith & Sons, 75
Bothwell street
City Line of Steam Ships to India, via Suez Canal ;
Geo. Smith & Sons, 75 Bothwell street.
City Loan and Deposit Bank, 54 Gordon street.
City Manure Office, City Chambers, 64 Cochrane st.
City Orphan Home, Working Boys' Home, Young
Women's Shelter, Children's Ni^iht Refuge, and
Mission Hall, 13 to 23 James Morrison street
Telephone No. 3326.

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