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GENERAL
POST OFFICE.
HEAD OFFICE, GEORGE SQUARE
i 1899.
! Postmaster akd Surveyor,
I Chief Clerk,
POSTAL BRANCH,
Chief Superintendent — Jas. White.
Superintendents— A. Wilson, J. Taylor, E. Eeid, A.
A. Eobson, and D. Ganson.
^Assist.-Snpts. — First-class, J. Canneron, A. Callender,
J. Scott, A. Haigh, M. D. Beaton, J. Paterson,
J. K. Cherry, and T. L. Stevenson.
Assist.-Supts. — Second-class, J. Watson, W. W.
Kewley, J. Barclay, R. M'Gregor, J. Kinnear,
W. H. Henderson, John Aitken, D. F. Buchanan,
J. Dickson, R. Maclellan, A. B. Henderson, J.
Fotheringham, T. W. Harper, J. H. Higgins, and
D. Macintyre.
Clerics, J. Brown, G. Cumming, W. Morrison, T.
Ward, M. Maxwell, A. Cameron, W. H. Edge-
combe, D. R. Watt, D. Campbell, J. W. Innes,
A. Wright, A. G. Stewart, W. D. Read, J. Shaw,
J. G. Gray, J. P. Low, A. Beatson, J. M'Pherson,
J. Parker, A. H. Watt, W. Campbell, J. Kelly,
L. E. Johnston, E. M'Cance, Wm. Stark, William
M'George, J. G. Eodger. J, P. Henderson, John
Allan, H. Moir, W. K. Campbell, J. E. Banner-
rman, W. Bowness, W. A. Stewart, A. D. Gibson,
J. Faulder, W. Watson, A. Bardgett, J. J. White,
and D. Brown.
Sorting Clerics and Telegraphists employed in Postal
Branch, 324.
Learners, see Telegraph Branch.
Returned Letter Branch — Superintendent in Charge,
1 Assistant Male Clerk, 6 Female Clerks, and 1
Bov Messenger.
.FKANCIS BRAID, Esq.
.WILLIAM EEID.
POSTMEN'S OFFICE.
Inspector in charge, P. Millar.
Inspectors, J. M'Gregor, H. Hinshelwood, and J. Knox.
Assistant Inspectors, D. Cameron, E. Kerr, M. Burke,
J. Eobertson, E. Barton, James Hamilton, H.
Barton. A. Marshall, D. S. M'Killop,P. Patterson,
Jas. Wilson, Wm. Montgomery, and J. J. Miller.
Postmen — 712.
Assistant Postmen, 176 (two deliveries).
Labourers, 8 ; Housekeeper, 1 ; Female Servants, 16;
Watchmen, 9 ; and Mechanics, 2.
Medical Officer, ,
TELEGRAPH BEANCH (open always).
Chief Superintendent — S. A. James.
Superintendents — T. Boldchild and A. Kettles.
Assist.-Supts. — First-class, A. Harper, J. Holms,
William Payne, H. Johnstone, W. Douglas, T.
Ma,clagan, and J. Webster.
Assist.-Siipls.^Second-c/ass, T. Eoss, G. Haley, E.
Eobinson, D. M'Intosh, W. G. Collins, E. Russell,
D. Campbell, N. Cook, H. Wilson, A. Russell, J.
Livingston, W. Fetherston, P. Ward, W. Fleming,
J. Atkinson, D. P. Low, A. F. Dennison, E. Stocks,
and J. D. Collier.
Clerks, R. Chalmers, W. Gilmour, P. Nisbet, E.
Fetherston, J. Hannah, J. W. Fergus, J. Michael,
T. Cook, H. F. Rice, A. Campsie, S. Blake, D.
Cameron, M. Cameron, W. Houstoun, W. R. Kirk-
patrick, W. R. Pearce, J. Cameron, A. Fleming,
W. Armour, Wm. Taylor, R. Brown, John Watt,
A. Kinnell, J. W. Stevenson, M. Campbell, J.
Howison, W. Fulton, W. Rankine, and R. Dougall.
Supervisors of Female Clerks — Miss Buchanan and
Miss M. Reid.
Assist, do., Misses Craig, Wingate, Beaton, Young,
Sandilands, M. Gordon, J. Mathieson, M. Miller,
E. Gray, and J. Robinson.
Sorting Clerks and Telegraphists employed in Tele-
graph Branch (Male), 288; (Female), 239.
One Inspector of Boy Messengers, five Assistant
Inspectors (classed' as Town Postmen), and Two
Senior Messengers.
Night Messengers, 24; House Messengers, 57; Docket
Messengers, 358; Half-time Learners, 64 male
and 24 female.
TELEGRAPH ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
(Western District of Scotland).
Supenntending Engineer, D. Stewart.
Assistant Superintending Engineer, T. Harrison.
Engineers, First-class, J. Cowans and W. M'Nair.
" Second-class, W. Richards, G. Stephenson
T.E.P.Stretche, J. Hardie, E.Turner, and C. Leleux.
Sub-Engineers, J. T. Gillespie and W. J. Stubbs.
Senior Clerk, A. Rose, 7 Junior Clerks, 4 Mechanics,
51 Linemen, and 3 Storesmen.
One Electric Light Foreman and 4 Assistants, II
Enginemen, etc.
WILLIAM DOUGAN, M.D.
POSTMASTER'S OFFICE AND INQUIRY OFFICE.
George Square, 1st floor, open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
STAMP, REGISTERED LETTER, AND PRIVATE BOX OFFICES.
George Square, open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Week days. Sunday, 8 to 9 a.m.
MONEY ORDER AND SAVINGS BANK OFFICES.
George Square, open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Closed on Sundays.
NIGHT TELEGRAPH OFFICE,
In Ingram Street, open at Night only, and on Sundays,

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