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COMMERCIAL ASSOCIATIONS.
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TRADES' HOUSE— 1896-97.
Robt. Ramsey, Esq., deacon-convener; J.ames
klacfarlane, Esq., collector; James M'Lennan, Esq.,
ate convener; John F. Miller, Esq., late collector.
Hammermen. — Andrew Maclean, deacon ; James
i'ergus, late deacon; Alex. Davie, John F. Miller,
|)avid TuUis, James M'Ewan.
Tailors. — Wm. Chrystie, deacon; Charles Crinean,
ate deacon; John M. Wilkinson, Wm. E, Copland,
fames Borland, John Williamson.
Cordiners. — Robt. Motherwell, deacon; James S.
;3rawford, late deacon; William Jliller, Thomas
yl'Bride, James Y. Merry, A. H. Ewing.
Maltmen. — Robert Robin, visitor; Robert Marr
ienzie, late visitor ; James M'Lennan, A. M. Bayne,
Tames Menzies, George Herriot.
Weavers. — M. Pearce Campbell, deacon; Adam
iVhite, late deacon; James Waddel, Angus Mitchell.
Bakers. — Archibald Hamilton, deacon; William
lorrison, jun., late deacon ; Robert Izat.
Skinners. — John Glen, deacon ; H. P. Macneill,
ate deacon ; James Kennedy.
Wrights. — James Maben, deacon; John Porter,
'ate deacon ; James Ferguson.
Coopers. — R. B. Macouat, deacon; John Ramsay
Metcalfe, late deacon ; Arch. Eadie.
Fleshers. — .Jas. Colquhoun, deacon; Geo. Thomson,
ate deacon; William W. Watt.
i Masons. — William H. Anderson, deacon; Allan
iluir, late deacon ; James Laird.
Gardeners. — Daniel Trainer, deacon; Matthew
^hite, late deacon ; William S. Service.
Barbers. — William Campbell, deacon; William
florrison, late deacon ; John Dobbie.
Dyers. — William Jack, deacon; James Halliday,
ate deacon.
Harry Lumsden, clerk, 105 W. George St.; John
?arrell, officer, 85 Glassford Street.
THE GLASGOW AND WEST OF SCOTLAND
LICENSED GROCERS' ASSOCIATION.
Hon. pres., James Elder, 120 Langlands Road,
Bovan; president, Alex. M'Feat, 327 Dumbarton rd.,
Glasgow ; vice-pres., James Jack, The Cross, Paisley ;
reasurer, L. Maxton, C.C, 651 Govan Road, Govan ;
ecretary, J. Rowley Orr, writer, 93 W. Regent St. ;
)ffices, 93 West Regent Street.
The objects of the Association are to protect the
ust rights and interests of the trade in the full and
'ree exercise of their business ; and for that pm-pose,
)y themselves or a legal agent, to watch and op-
jose any measure or proceeding, parliamentary or
ocal, which may have an injurious or oppressive
;endency.
DLYDE STEAMSHIP OWNERS' ASSOCIATION
24 George Square.
President, F. C. Gardiner, Esq. ; Committees — 1,
Ocean & Cargo Steamers' Committee, F. C. Gardiner,
Esq., chairman; Robert Mackill, Esq., D. Macdougall,
Esq., Leonard Gow, jun., Esq., T. W. M'Intyre, Esq.,
John Bruce Murray, Esq. ; 2. Channel and Coasting
Steamers' Committee, Jas. C. Burns, Esq., chairman ;
William Sloan, Esq., James Cuthbert, Esq., R. E.
.Langlands, Esq., Wm. Robertson, Esq. ; secretary,
iS[eilson Baird, Esq.
THE MASTER MASONS' ASSOCIATION OF
GLASGOW AND NEIGHBOURHOOD.
The object of the association is to collect informa-
tion regarding the state of the labour-market and
other matters connected with the trade for the use
and guidance of members ; to consider all questions
of wages, modes of measurement, disputes with work-
men which involve any principle of general import-
ance, and any other questions that may directly or
indirectly bear on the interests of the trade.
Office-bearers for 1897: — President, Thoma&
Calderwood ; vice-president, Alexander Thomson, jun. ;
treasurer, George Barlas ; directors, Allan Muir, Alex.
Rennie, Michael Alexander, William Gordon, Alex.
Webster, John Adam, Robert Murdoch, George Hill,
Duncan Watson, John Morrison, Peter M'Kissock,
junr., and Ebenezer M'Morran; secretary, David B.
Macgregor, 51 W. Regent street.
GLASGOW MASTER WRIGHTS' ASSOCIATION.
President, Hugh M'Taggart, 60 Mill Street,,
Bridgeton ; secretary and treasurer, James L. Selkirk,
C.A., 64 West Regent Street.
The objects of this Association are to promote
good feeling among parties engaged in the trade, and
a thorough understanding of wdat may be required
from time to time in the regulation of prices, an(^
generally to consider all matters affecting the interests
of the trade. ^
ASSOCIATION OP DEACONS OF
THE FOURTEEN INCORPORATED TRADES
OF GLASGOW.
Entry-money, £1 Is. ; the present capital is
£2012 13s. 5d., the interest of which is apportioned
amongst decayed members and their widows. Clerk,
Harry Lumsden, M.A., B.L., writer, Fjfe Chambers,
105 West George street.
SCOTTISH CLERKS' ASSOCIATION.
(Registered pursuant to Act of Parliament.)
Head Office, 81 St. George's Place, West George
Street, Glasgow.
Thomas Berrie, General Secretary.
In addition to the insurance against sickness, loss
of employment, old age, and death, it is the object
of this Association to introduce to employers clerks,
bookkeepers, cashiers, travellers, secretaries, com-
mercial managers, and assistants of good business
capacity and character. Careful investigation is made
as to the character and antecedents of all applicants
before their names are placed on the " Situations'
Wanted Register."
PHCENIX HERITABLE INVESTMENT
BUILDING SOCIETY.
Established in 1878.
Registered office, 26 Eenfield Street.
President, Colonel Wm. Clark, J.P.; vice-presidentj,
James Taylor, jun.
Objects : — To encourage habits of saving, to assist
members in acquiring heritable property or purchas-
ing dwelling-houses.
Manager, James Wilson, C.A., 26 Renfield Street.

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