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The Scottish Fancier, 54 Gordon Street.
The Scottish Farmer, 93 Hope Street.
Thomas' Free Press, Monthly, 99 Gallowgate.
Victualling Trades Keview, Monthly, 87
Unicn Street.
Weekly Register, 101 St. Vincent Street
Weekly Scotsman, 24 George Square.
Adviser, 108 Hope Street.
Amateur, Monthly, 69 Bath Street.
Celtic Monthly, 9 Blythswood Drive.
Children's Messenger, Monthly, 33 E.Howard
Dew Drop, Monthly, 240 Hope Street.
Evangelical Repository, Quarterly, 240 Hope
Frazer's Time Table and Conveyance Guide,
|Monthly, 15 Drury St.
Glasgow Almanac, Annually, 94 Mitchell St.
Glasgow Commonweal, 19 Hutcheson Street.
I Leather Trader, Monthly, 19 Howard Street.
j Malcolm's Diary, 34 Ann Street.
Murray's Time Table, Monthly, 18 Renfield St.
Murray's Monthly Diary, 18 Renfield St.
Sabbath School Magazine, Monthly, 204
Buchauan Street.
Sanitary Journal, Monthly, 34 and 36 North
Frederick Street.
Scottish Law Review and Sheriff Court
[ilEPORTS, Monthly, Wm. Hodge & Co., 84 and 36
iJJorth Frederick Street.
Scottish Temperance Mirror, 94 W. Regent
The Bulwark, Monthly. 12 Argyle Arcade.
The Guide, Monthly, John Menzies & Co.
The Reformed Pkesbytekian Witness, 61
iridge Street, Wishaw.
The Single Tax, published the beginning of each
month. Id., 56 George Square.
The Young Men's Christian Magazine,
Monthly, 70 Bothwell Street.
Glasgow advt. oflBce for the following publications : —
Edinburgh Evening News.
Free Church Monthly.
Hamilton Advertiser (Saturday).
Highland News (Inverness).
Airdrie Advertiser (Saturday).
Ayr Post (Friday).
Oban Times (Friday).
Coatbridge Express (Wednesday)
Stirling Observer, Wednesday and Saturday.
Elliot's Scottish Hotel, Hydropathic, and
Steamship Directory.
Advertisements received at lowest rates for every
Newspaper in the Kingdom.
Chas. P. Watson, British, Foreign, and Colo-
nial Newspaper Advertising Offices, 33 Gordon
street (Estab. 1856). Telephone No. 3617. Tele-
grams " Advertising," Glasgow.
Specially for the People's Friend, Answers,
Sunday Telegraph, Gentlewoman, Home
Chat, Pearson's Magazine, and every Newspaper,
Magazine, and Periodical iu the world.
T. B. Browne, Limited — British, Foreign, and
Colonial Advertising Offices — 141 Buchanan Street,
Glasgow; 161 and 163 Queen Victoria Street, Lon-
don ; Manchester, Paris, and New York.
The objects for which the Tonic Sol-Fa College is
Btablished are: — (1) The musical advancement of
he students of the tonic sol-fa method; (2) the
raining of teachers of the tonic sol-la method; (3)
tie extension of musical knowledge among the
[eople by means of the tonic sol-fa method ; (4) the
olding of classes, lectures, meetings for discussion
Tid demonstration, and examinations for certificates,
lembership of the West of Scotland Branch is re-
tricted (honorary members excepted) to persons
olding the Intermediate Certificate, and who pay
in annual subscription of 2s. 6d. to the fund of the
Jranch. Tonic sol- fa classes or musical societies in
ae courties of Lanark, Renfrew, Ayr, Dumbarton,
tirling, Argyll, and Bute shall be entitled to receive
icognition, advice, and assistance from the branch,
ibject to the teacher or conductor being approved
Y the committee, on payment of a registration fee
10s. 6d. per annum. At all business meetings
ich member shall have one vote only, except in the
allot election of committee, when votes are according
>) articles 32 to 35 of the constitution of the Tonic
ol-Fa College. In addition to forming public
asses, it is intended that the members of the
branch shall hold social meetings and conferences for
mutual improvement, and that a circulating library
will be formed.
President— D. S. Allan, Esq.; secretary, Mr. R.
D. Jamieson, 12 Rose St., Garnethill. Applications
for membership should be made to the secy.
Joseph Bradley, Mus. Bac. Oxon., Conductor.
The object of the Choral Union is to cultivate and
diffuse the knowledge of, and taste for, Classical Music,
and for this purpose frequent public performances
are given, at which the leading artistes in the country
appear. Members meet for rehearsal in St. Andrew's
Hall, on the evenings of Monday and Wednesday
during the session.
Ladies and gentlemen admitted to membership by
application to the hon. secretary. Gentlemen pay; an
annual subscription of five shillings. Subscription
Choral and Orchestral Concerts are given during
the season. The office-bearers for the current year
are — President, James Summers ; vice-president,
George Taggart ; hon. secretary, A. T. Nisbett; hon.
treasurer, David P. Guthrie; librarian, Jas. Whittet;
ladies' convener, John C. M'Adam; offices, 68 Bath

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