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NEWSPAPER OFFICES, &c.
Board of Directors — President, the Hon. David
Eichmond, Lord Provost; vice-president, J. Barclay
Murdoch ; elected by the Town Council, Treasurer
"Colquhoun, LL.D., Councillor Graham, and Council-
lor Walter Paton ; elected by the Merchants House,
William L. Brown, George A. Burns, and Mat-
thew Arthur ; elected by the Presbytery of Glas-
gow, Rev. David Millar, Rev. G. Gibson Gunn, and
Rev. John Maclean, D.D.; elected by the Faculty
of Physicians and Surgeons, Dr. Buchanan, Dr. John
Barlow, and Dr. George Dickson ; elected by the
Subscribers, Donald M'Corquodale, J.Forbes Ferguson,
A. W. G. Buchanan, Peter Johnstone, J. 0. Mitchell,
LL.D., John Wilson, J. B. Murdoch, and Robt. Guy.
Hon. treasurer, Peter Johnstone; hon. secretary,
ylohn Forbes Ferguson ; librarian, W. J. S. Paterson.
BAILLIE'S INSTITUTION FREE PUBLIC
LIBRARY.
48 Miller Street.
The library was opened on 29th September, 1887,
and is open daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. The
admission is free. The library contains upwards of
14,000 volumes, and is being continually added to
by the purchase of standard works of literature,
'iiistory, science, philosophy, and art, including many
editions of the classics and valuable works of service
to industrial and technological students.
The governors are elected by the Faculty of Pro-
■curators, the Magistrates and Town Council of Glas-
■gow, the Senatus of the University of Glasgow, the
Faculty of Physicians and. Surgeons, the Directors
of the Merchants House of Glasgow, and the Repre-
sentatives of the Trades House of Glasgow — the Dean
of the Faculty of Procurators in Glasgow being the
Preceptor. Librarian, Mr. Wm. Simpson ; clerk and
v;hamberlain, Thos. Stout, 178 St. Vincent St.
ROYAL EXCHANGE ROOMS
deceives regularly all the latest home and foreign tele-
grams, and the London, English, Provincial, Scotch,
-and Irish newspapers and Directories ; also, Commer-
\:ial Lists, French, German, Colonial, Canton, Indian,
and American papers, with all the leading reviews,
magazines, &c. Open daily from 8 morning till 7
evening. Strangers resident beyond 45 miles, having
'flo busiaess connection with city, introduced by sub-
scribers not charged, unless they attend for more than
four weeks. Telegraph and telephone offices in vesti-
bule. Subscribers are allowed theyVee use of the
"telephone from the Vestibule Call OflBce to subscribers
[n the city on production of their Royal Exchange
tickets of membership.
General Manager, G. B. M. Beatson.
Master of Room, Alexander Russell.
NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS— DAYS
OF PUBLICATION.
Building Industries, mid-Monthly, 62 Argyle
<6treet.
Christian Herald, Tuesday, 102 Stirling Rd.
"Christian Leader, Wednesday, 74 Bath St.
■Christian New^s, Friday, 240 Hope St.
^Christian Scotsman, Saturday, 122 Ingram St.
Clki;ks' Gazktte, Quarterly, 81 St. Georg-s's pi.
Commerce, Wednesday, 261 West George Street.
Confectionery, 12th of each month, 128 Een-
field St., and 83 St. Paul's Churchyard, London.
Dundee Advertiser, Daily, 15 Exchange PL
Dundee Courier, Daily, 146 Buchanan Street.
Dundee Weekly News, 146 Buchanan Street.
Engineer and Iron Trade Advertiser,
Thursday, 28 Buchan Street.
Evening Citizen, Daily, 22 St. Vincent Place;
Evening News, every Afternoon, 67 Hope St.
Evening Times, Daily, 65, 67 Buchanan Street.
Farming World and Household, 93 Hope St,
Glasgow Herald, Daily; ofBce, 65, 67 Buchanani
Street and 62 and 64 Mitchell Street.
Glasgow (The) Obsebvek, 52 North Frederick:
Street,
Glasgow Property Circular, Tuesda
West Regent Street.
Glasgow Weekly Citizen, Thursday, 22 St'
Vincent Place.
Glasgow Weekly Herald ; office, 65, 67 Buch-
anan Street, and 62 and 64 Mitchell Street.
Glasgow Weekly Mail, 104 Union Street.
Good Templar Monthly, 72 Great Clyde St.
GovAN Press, Saturday, 577 Govan Rd., Govan.
Ironmonger (The), Saturday, 40 Hope Street.
Labour Leader, 66 Brunswick Street.
League Journal, Friday, 108 Hope Street.
Mercantile Advertiser and Shipping Ga-
zette. Published every Tuesday, 28 Buchan St.
North British Daily Mail, 102 to 104 Union St.
Oils, Colours, and Drysalteries, 128 Reu-
field St., and 83 St. Paul's Churchyard, London.
Partick and Maryhill Press, Thursday,
577 Govan Road, Govan.
People's Journal, 15 Exchange Place.
Phonographic, Monthly, 12 Renfield Street.
Pollokshaws News, 43 King St., Pollokshaws,
Quiz, Thursday, 62 Bothwell Circus.
St. Mungo, 67 Hope Street.
St. Rollox and Springburn Express, Thurs-
days, 363 Springburn Road.
Scotsman, Daily ; office, 24 George Square.
Scottish (The) Farmer, 93 Hope Street.
Scottish Leather Trader, 19 Howard Street
Scottish Nights, 34 Ann Street.
Scottish Referee, Monday and Friday, 67
Hope St.
Scottish Sport, Tuesday and Friday, 19 Queen
Street.
South Suburban Press, Saturday, 583 Cathcarl
Road, Govanhill, and 677 Govan Road, Govan.
Telegraphic News, South area, Royal Exchange.
The Bailie, Tuesday, 10 Royal Exchange Sq.
The British Baker, Confectioner, and
Purveyor, 1st of each month, 128 Renfield Street,
and 83 St. Paul's Churchyard, London.
The Christian Citizen, Month., 127 Stockw. St.
The Clyde Bill of Entry, Tuesday, Thursday,
and Saturday, 28 Buchan Street.
The Daily Record, 126 and 128 Union Street
The National Guardian, Weds., 123 Hope St
The Postman's Gazette, Fortnightly, 105
Oxford Street.
The Reformer, Fridays, 112 Bath Street.
The Scots Pictorial, Friday, 205 St Vinceni
Street
The Scottish Cyclist, every Wednesday, li
Qu'cn Street.
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