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Boiler Insurance (Engine, Boiler, and Employ-
ers' Liability Insurance Co., Limited) ; head offices,
12 King street, Manchester ; chief engineer, Michael
Longridge, M. Inst. C.E. ; Glasgow office, 4
West Regent street; Jones Taylor, res. agent;
. telephone No. 3734.
Boiler Works, Lilybank, 493 to 529 Eglintoa street;
Wm. Wilson & Co. , boiler makers.
BOILEVIN, F. A. & Co., Angouleme, France, French
vinegar makers ; agents, J. K. & D. Orr, 29 Water-
loo street.
BOLAM, James, secretary, Scottish Shipmasters'
Association, 13 York st. ; ho. Summerfield House,
BOLDEN, T. J., &Co., wholesale provision merchants,
Campbell arcade, 74 Trongate.
Bolden, T. J. (of T. J. Bolden & Co.), house, 134
Kenmure street.
Bolden, T. J., jun.(of T. J. Bolden & Co.), ho. 134
Kenmure st.
BOLSTER, J. & T., painters and decorators, 113
Eaglesham street.
BOLTON, Andrew, agent, British Linen Co. Bank,
^, Bridgeton Cross branch; house, 8 St Alban's
Bolton, H. slater and plasterer, 210 Watt st.
Bolton, James, spirit merchant, 45 and 47 Houston
street ; ho. 11 6 Lambhill street.
Bolton, John, inspector of police, Police Buildings,
Great Eastern road.
Bolton & Sons, photographic apparatus and ma-
terial manufacturers, 47 West Nile street; tele-
phone No., 4286 ; house, 112 Ardgowan street.
Bolton, Mary, chandler, 11 Clyde st., Calton; ho.,
44 do.
Bolton, Miss Agnes, grocer, 616 St. Vincent street.
Bombay, Ceylon, and Calcutta (P. & 0. steamers)
Passenger Booking Office, 83 Buchanan st.
Bombay Line of Steamers, Cayzer, Irvine, & Co.,
109 Hope street.
Bombay Line of Steam Ships, via Suez Canal ; Geo.
Smith & Sons, 75 Bothwc41 street.
BOMONT, Fredtrick, photographer, 234 Sauchiehall
Bon-Accord Engine Works, Drysdale & Co.,
hydraulic and general engineers, and pump and fan
makers, 183 Fordneuk street, off London road.
iBoNANCiTA (The) Syndicate (Ltd.), 137 West
George street; David Black, C.A., secy.
Bonanza (The) Millinery and Mantle Warehouse,
William & John T. Costigane, 173 to 185 Argyle st.
BONNAR, James D. (of Donaldson Brothers), ho.
Beechwood, Helensburgh.
Bonnar, James (of Law, Dawson & Co.), ho. 76
Kenmure street, Pollokshields.
Bonner, William, baker and purveyor, 86 Paisley rd.
W. ; ho. 92 do.
Bonar, Miss C, 5 Great Kelvin terrace
Bonner, Mrs T., chandler, 121 ©athcart st, Kingston.
BOND, C. F., publisher's agent, 263 Argyle St.; ho.
Woodview, Langbank.
Bond, John, fruiterer and newsagent, 371 South
York street.
Bond, J. W. & Co., manufacturers of shoe tips and
grindery nails, Union Works, Cox street, west,
Birmingham ; A. J. Larke & Co., agents, 2
National Bank buildings. Queen street.
Bond, William Easton, cashier (at J. C. M'Gregor
& Co.'s), ho. 5 Westbank quadrant.
Bond, Wm. J., inland revenue officer, Port Dundas
Distillery ; ho. 60 Cambridge drive.
BONE, D. D., Mail Office; ho. 33 West Cumber-
land street.
Bone, James, 25 Wellington st.; house, 9 Dunearn
Bone, John, commercial traveller, 144 Queen street;
ho., 165 Kenmure street.
Bone, John S., cashier, Caledonian Pottery, Ruther-
glen ; ho. 1 Park ter., Langside.
Bone, Thomas, bootmaker, 33 Stirling road.
BONESS, A. & Co., fent merchants and drapers, 22
and 24 Low Green street and 38 Steel street
Boness, Mrs., remnant dealer, 311 London road
BONIN, Ph., cashier, Mackie & Co., Distillers, Ltd.,
ho., 6 Sr. Mary's place.
BONNE WELL, Wm. Hyett, inland revenue officer,
799 Gallowgate; ho., 16 Roselea drive.
BoNNYBKiDGE Foundry, general ironfounders and
stove and range manufacturers, Bonnybridge,
N.B. , and 11 Dixon street.
Bonnybridge Silica & Fire Clay Co., Bonnybridge;
10 1 West Nile st.
BONOWSKI, Alexander, provision merchant, 13
Abercorn street ; ho., 23 Lyndliurst gardens.
BOOKE, David (of Isaac Goldberg &"Co.), ho. 50
Nortb Albion st.
BOOKLESS, William (at J. & W. Campbell & Co.'s),
ho. 317 Onslow drive.
BOON, E. J., minister, E.U. Church, Govan ; ho.
9 Osborne place, do.
BOOSEY, A. H. A., manufacturers' agent for silks,
ribbons, and bindings, 20 Dixon st. ; house, 220
Albert road, Pollokshields.
BOOTH, Arthur, wine and spirit merchant, 57 Orchard
street and 52 Wilson street, Partick, 807 and
809 Govan road, Govan cross, Govan, and 1
Adelaide place and 3 Kilbowie road, Clydebank;
house, Thornloe, Partickhill.
.Booth, James, tailor and clothier, 6 Union st. ; ho.
133 Allison street, Crossbill.
Booth, James, musical director. Booth's Salon
Orchestra, 13 Windsor st.
Booth, William, superintendent, Drygate Home, 77
Dry gate; house, 85 do.
Booth, Wm. (at A. & J. luglis'), 64 Warroch st.
Bordeaux Steam Packet Coy., John & Peter Hut-
chison, 31 Hope street
BORDER & Co., merchant tailors, 120 St. Vincent st.
Border, W. H. (of Border & Co.), ho. 1 Beech-
wood ter., Langside.
Border {The) Magazine, Carter & Pratt, 62 Both-
well circus
BORLAND, Alexander, grocer and provision mer-
chant, 93 Maitland st. ; ho. 41 Albion street
Borland, David, commercial traveller (at M'Donald
& Morrison's), house, 14 Jamieson ter., Newmilns.
Borland, Edward N., hairdresser, 19,21 Brunswick st.,
and 352 Paisley road ; ho. 230 do.
Borland, Hugh, warehouseman (at Marshall &
Steven's), ho. 43 Garturk st.
Borland, J. & J., Bros., clothiers, 109 St Vincent st.
Borland, James (of J. & J. Borland Brothers), ho.
3 Newark drive, Pollokshields.
Borland, James G., colliery agent, coal and coke
merchant, 42 Bath street; house, 7 Westbank
quad. Telegraphic address, " Sesame," Glasgow.
Borland, James, cashier (at Ferguson, Shaw & Sons'),
ho. 31 Gartbland drive.

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