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Gkand Division of Scotland.
This Society is composed entirely of total abstainers,
and is thus enabled to give the same benefits as non-
abstaining societies for a smaller contribution. Uni-
form entrance fee 2s. 6d.; contributions from 2jd. per
week according to age and benefits. Benefits 5s.,
10s., los., or 20s. weelily ia sickness, £5 or £10 at
death, medicine and attendance free. Funeral fund
only, payments from one halfpenny weekly ; sums
insured, £b to £50; children of members eligible for
George Morrison, 92 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow,
Grand Worthy Patriarch; John Moodie, 30 Nithsdale
Street, Strathbungo, Glasgow, Grand Scribe; James
Fanning, 102 Canning Street, Bridgeton, Glasgow,
Grand Treasurer.
Established 1822.
Objects — 1. To provide extended Religious and
Secular Instruction among the Deaf and Dumb
throughout Glasgow and the West of Scotland, after
they have quitted School. 2. To visit the sick, un-
employed, and other Deaf and Dumb persons at their
homes. 3. To assist the Deaf and Dumb who have
good characters in obtaining employment. 4. To
provide an Intei-preter where necessary. 6. To grant
relief in cases found to be really deserving.
Patron — The Queen ; hon. presidents, H.R.H. the
Prince of Wales, The Marquis of Lome, K.T. ;
president, the Hon. the Lord Provost; vice-presi-
dents, Sir J. Burns, Bart., Sir James King, Bart,
John Wilson, Esq., M.P. ; directors, Rev. Dr. D.
Macleod, Rev. Dr. Bruce, Rev. G. G. Green, G. M.
Kerr, D. M'Cowan, Henry Watson, Robt. Gow, Geo.
Smith, Wm. Ker, Wm Agnew, J. Tasker, F. W. Allan,
J. M. Macleod, and David Edward ; treasurer, J. M.
Macleod, C.A., 28 Renfield St.; missionary and
secretary, John Henderson, Institute, 158 W. Regent
Street ; assistant secretary and collector, W. Wright ;
janitor, Robert Brogan, 21 Shamrock Street.
Hon. president, Lord Lamington, of Lamington,
Lanarkshire ; president, Hugh R. Wallace, Esq., of
Busbie and Cloncaird, Ayrshire; vice-presidents,
Councillor Hugh Wallace, 3 Crown Circus, Dowan-
hill, James Wallace, Esq., of Braehead, Gleniffer,
Paisley, James Wallace, Esq., Johnfield, New Kil-
patrick, Thomas Wallace, Esq., 35 Grange Loan,
Edinburgh, William Wallace, Esq., 22 Westminster
Terrace, Glasgow ; treasurer, Robert Wallace, Esq.,
S4: N. Frederick Street, Glasgow ; secretary. John
Wallace, writer, 58 W. Regent Street, Glasgow.
Objects of the association : — To assist in the higher
education of young persons of the name of Wallace ;
to grant relief to necessitous persons of the name of
Wallace ; the cultivation of social intercourse among
the members ; the collection of articles or documents
connected with the history of the family Wallace.
All persons bearing the surname Wallace (either by
birth or marriage) are eligible for membership.
Ordinary subscription, 26'. Gd. ; Life subscription,
£2 2s. and upwards.
(Registered under Act of Parliament.)
Instituted 1886.
Head Office, 81 St. George's Place, Glasgow.
President, J. G. A. Baird, Esq., M.P.
General Secretary, Thomas Berrie.
The objects are — To insure members against loss
through want of employment, sickness, old age, and
death ; to provide medical attendance and medicine,
and to introduce to employers, free of charge, clerks
of good business capacity and character. Contribu-
tions payable monthly, quarterly, half yearly, or yearly.
Separate funds and contributions to one, or either, or
all optional. Sick or out of employment benefit from
10s. to £2 per week. Payments at death from £6 5s.
to £25. £4813 5s. 6d. has been paid in benefits.
Membership, 1393. Funds, £3555 12s. 5d. It is the
only clerks' association doing business ia all parts
of the British Isles and abroad. For further par-
ticulars see Prospectus. This association depends for
support upon the mutual co-operation of its members,
and no other institution offers so many and unique
advantages to clerks. Any qualified clerk of good
character and ability is eligible for admission. Em-
ployers may also become members. The Clerics'
Gazette, published monthly.
Branch Offices — 5 North St. David Street,
Edinburgh ; 13 Belm.ont Street, Aberdeen ; the Lon-
don Chamber of Commerce, Botolph House, East-
cheap, London; 72 Bell Street, Dundee; 43 High
Street, Paisley; Christian Institute, Falkirk; 26
Hamilton Street, Greenock; 20 East Netherton St.,
Kilmarnock, and in all the principal towns. Tele-
phone No. 4423.
Preses, John Pirie, Esq.,M.D., 26 Elm^auk cres. ;
ex-preses, Bailie Alex. Murray, C.A., 81 St. Vincent
Street; directors, Donald MacLennan, Thos. Gunn,
John Sutherland, Roderick Morrison, Jas. Mathieson,
J. Martin Mackay, Wm. Sinclair, Angus Urquhart,
Donald M' Donald, Bailie Alexander Murray, Captain
Donald Sutherland, and Donald ilackenzie.
The principal object of this society is to afford
relief to necessitous persons who are natives, widows
of natives, or descendants of natives of the counties of
Inverness, Ross, Cromarty, Sutherland, Caithness, or
Nairn, residing in Glasgow or neighbourhood; or, to
the natives of these counties travelling through the
city, who may suddenly or unexpectedly fall into
Treasurer, Thomas Gunn, 101 St. Vincent St., to
whom all applications for temporary relief should
be made. Secretary, J. Martin Mackay, 89 West
Regent Street.
Office-bearers for 1895. — President, Jas. T. Mac-
donald ; vice-president, Thomas Hamilton ; hon.
treasurer, W. W. Newton, 52 St. Enoch Square;
hon. secretary, Daniel Hill, 138 West Regent Street.
The Society was instituted in 1888 ; its object is to
afford aid to such of its members or their widows as
may be in reduced circumstances. A single payment
of two guineas constitutes life membership

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