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City Parish Poorhouse, 322 Parliamentary road.
City (The) Pawnbroking Co., 3, 5, and 13 Washing-
ton St., and 9 and 19 Main st.
City (The) Property Investment Trust Corporation,
Lmtd. ; manager and factor, J. M'Callum, 93 Hope
St.; secretary, R. A. Murray, C.A., 163 W. George st.
City Public School, 74 John st., N.
City Saw Mills, Port-Dundas, Brownlee & Co. , Ltd.
City and Subui'ban Servants' Institute, 2 1 Hutcheson st.
City Temperance Hotel, 2 Brunswick st.
City Typewriting Office (Misses Moir & Johnston),
175 West George st.
City Tube Works and Brassfoundry, 35 Rose st., s.s.
City Window Cleaning Co., window cleaners ;
James S. Kidd, 96 West Regent street; house 13
North St. Blungo st.
Civil Service College (Glasgow), 200 and 213
Buchanan street; George E. Skerry, M.A., F.R.G.S.,
principal; George Stewart, late H.M.C.S., secretary.
CLAASEN, Frederick E. (of Blackley, Young &
Co.), ho. 43 Daihousie st.
CLACHAN, John (of John Clachan & Co.), house,
228 Cambridge street.
Clachan, John, & Co., wrights, 27 Rupert street; ho.
228 Cambridu'e street.
Clachan, John, silk, wool, worsted, and Angola yam
agent, 207 Ingram street; ho. 1 Hillhead street.
Clachan, John, jun., measurer, 214 Cambridge st.
Ciachan, R. Dunlop, Queen Insui-ance agent, 27
Rupert street ; ho. 140 Raeben-y street.
CLACHER, Alexander, watchcase maker and working
jeweller, 161 Trongate; ho. 17 Monteith row.
Clacher, Christopher G., watchmaker and dealer,
22 Argyle st. ; ho. 10 Muirpark gardens.
Clan Chattan Association ; W. G. Davidson, hon.
secy., 51 West Regent street.
Clau Line Steamers, Limited (The), steamship
owners, 109 Hope st.
CLANACHAN, John, schoolmaster, Kay Public
School; ho. 117 Greenhead street.
CLANCEY & Brown, average adjusters. Royal Ex-
change buildings ; and at Liverpool and Hull.
Clancy, Patrick, spirit dealer, 47, 49 New st,
CaltoD, and 28 Burnside st. ; ho. 21 Monteith row.
Clancey, Richard C. (of Clancey & Brown), house,
Norwood, 14 St. Andrew's drive.
CLAPPERTON, Alan E., writer (of Cowan, Eraser,
& Clapperton), ho. 4 Woodside ter.
Clapperton, Alex., 4 Woodside ter.
Clapperton, Charles (of Caw, Prentice, Clapperton, &
Co.), ho. 5 Kew ter.
Clapperton, James, canal manager, and district traffic
superintendent, Caledonian Railway Co., Canal
house, Port-Dundas ; res. 25 Queen square.
Clapperton, James, 101 St. Vincent st.
Clapperton, John, 101 St. Vincent street.
Clapperton, John, & Co. (in liquidation), c/o Reid &
Campbell, 33 Gordon street.
Clapperton, Lewis, C.A. (of Aitken, Mackenzie, &
Clapperton, C.A.), ho. 4 Woodside terrace.
Clapperton, Robert (of Finlay & Clapperton), 31 St
Vincent place.
Clapperton, William, 28 Blythswood drive.
Clapperton, Wm. John, organist and teacher of
music, 109 Sandyford street.
C1.ARENDON PresaDepot, publishers, 104 West George
â– street.
CLARK, A. W. (of A. Clark & Co.), house, 21
Abbotsford place.
Clarke, Alex., tea merchant, grocer, and Italian
warehouseman, 222 Dumbarton road; house, 27
Sandyford place.
Clark, A. & D., copper and tin smiths, 13 Clyde
Clark, A. & J., cartage contractors; stables, 10
Wallace St., s.s. ; office, 9 Cumberland ; ho. 395
Eglinion st.
Clark, A., & Co., electric light contractors and
manufacturers of electric fittings (makers of the
electroliers. Banqueting Hall, Glasgow ilunicipal
Buildins^s), Victoria Works, 23 and 25 Oxford st.
Clark, A., & Co., brassfounders (contractors for
Municipal Buildings), manufacturers of chandeliers,
hall lamps, brackets, pendants, and gas fittings of
every description, general bra?s woik for plumbers,
ship lamps and brass and white metal ship fit-
tings, shop window fittings, &c., patentees of
regenerative gas lamps, Victoria Works, 23 and 25
Oxford street.
Clark, Andrew, accountant and property factor, 139
St. Vincent street; house, 8 Victoria terrace,
Clark, Andrew, draper, 280 London road.
Clark, Andrew R. (of Wm. Clark & Sou, 44 John
street), ho. 304 Bath street.
Clark, Archibald, grocer, 47 Sinclair drive, Lang-
side; ho. 391 Paisley rd.
Clark, Archibald, wine and spirit merchant, 402 New
road, and 661 New Dalmarnock road; house,
669 do.
Clark, Archd. P. , manager, Cowlairs, N.B. Railway ;
ho. 48 Dundas st.. City.
Clarke & Bell, LA., architects, 212 St Vincent street.
Clark, C. E., writer and notary public(at Montgomerie
& Flemings'), res. Hayfield, Dunoon.
Clark, C. K. & Ross, writers and notaries public, 208
West George st.
Clark & Cameron, writers, 220 St. Vincent street.
Clarke, Chapman & Co., Ltd., engineers, boiler
makers, and electric light machinery manufac-
turers, Victoria Works, Gateshead-on-Tyne ; repre-
sentative, W. A. Kinghorn, 81 St Vincent st.
Clark, Charles Kincaid (of C. K. Clark & Ross),
ho. 301 Bath street.
Clarke, Charles, printer and publisher of Clarke's
Business Directory of Scotland, 18 Little Hamil-
ton street
Clarke & Co., publishers of Clarke's Business
Directory and Shippers and Manufacturers' Guide,
18 Little Hamilton street.
Clarke & Co., tailors, clothiers, and mantle makers,
36 to48Argylest
Clark & Co., sewing cotton manufacturers ; works,
Anchor Mills, Paisley ; 89 Wellington st.
Clark, Daniel, chandler, 212 Main st., Bridgeton ;
house, 315 London road.
Clark, Daniel, Albert Rope Works, Eraser street
ho , 315 London road.
Clark, David, janitor, Free Church College.
Clark, D. (of A. & D. Clark), house, 165 Hospital
Clark, David J., stationer and general printer, 23
Royal Exchange square ; house, 10 Grafton square.
Clark, David R., M.A. (of Gibson & Clark), house,
8 Park drive. West
Clerk, Donald, & Son, iron roof and bridge
builders, 92 Wellington st; works, Maxwell rd.;
telephone No. 1475.

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