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BUEEOWS, Jas., florist and garden contractor,
Cbapleton, Bearsden ; house, 4 Douglas place, do.
Burrows, John, & Sons, tailors and clothiers, 80
Braeside st. ; ho. 84 do.
BURT, Henry (of John Burt & Co.), house, Clare-
mont villa, Burnside, Rutherglen.
Burt, James, copper and tinsmith, 11 North
Coburg street ; ho., 3 St. James street, Kingston.
Burt, James, contractor, 45 Hunter st.
Burt, James, agent, Scottish Legal Life Assurance
Society; ho. 51 Whitevale st
Burt, John, & Co., tanners, curriers, leather
merchants, machinery belt and hose pipe
makers, Pleasance Leather Works, 143 Great
Hamilton street.
Burt, John (at John Burt & Co.'s), Claremont Villa,
Burnside, Rutherglen.
Burt, Peter, Acme Manufacturing Co., Limited,
Shettleston ; ho. HoUybank, Bothwell.
Burt, Richard, organist, 61 Whitevale street.
Burt, Thomas (of Steven & Strnthers, Eastvale place,
Kelvinhaugh) ; ho. 60 St. Vincent crescent.
Burt, Mrs., dressmaker, 102 Byres road.
BURTON, A.C. (of Henry Burton & Co.), ho.Torwold,
Burton & Co., ahirt and collar laundry. Temple,
Great Western rd. Tel. No.— Nat., 573 Hillhead.
Burton, C. W., Griffiths & Co. (A. W. Macdonald,
manager), engineers' tools. 57 and 59 Finnieston
street. Corp. Telephone No. 2945.
Burton, Rev. F. Carlisle, clerk in holy orders, 348
Maxwell road.
Burton, Henry, & Co., hosiers, glovers,shirtmakers,
hatters, outfitters, umbrella, trunk, and portman-
teau makers, 111 Buchanan street ; ■workrooms,
107 do. ; telephone No. — Nat., 3207 ; telegraphic
address, " Buckskin, Glasgow."
Burton, James, teacher of dancing, Sauchiehall
rooms, 234 Sauchiehall st. ; ho. 329 do.
Burton, Rev. John T., M.A., Newton pi. U.F. Ch.,
Partick, 19 Annfield terrace, W. , Partickhill.
Burton, Son, & Sanders, Ltd., sugar millers,
syrup refiners, almond and spice grinders and
bakers' snndriesmen. Park St., Kinning Park.
Burton, T. C, teacher of dancing, 43 Great Wes-
tern road.
Burton, Kate, teacher of dancing and dramatic
reader, 329 Sauchiehall street.
BURYS & Co,, Ltd., Sheffield, makers of engineers'
and contractors' tools of eve y description and
ciucible steel castings. Agents — Ciossleys &
Coy., 52 St. Enoch square.
Busby Bleaching and Beetling Co., Limited,
bleachers, beetlers, and finishers, Busby ; letter
bos at Kerr & Richardson, Limited, 89 Queen
Busby (The) Water Co. ; A. Crum Maclae, secy, and
treas., 192 St. Vincent street.
BUTCH ART, Alexander S., dairyman and con-
tractor, 48 Wyndford street.
Butchart, Joseph (at A. R. Goldie's), house, 67
Abbotsford place.
Butchart, William, M.A.,M.B., physician and surgeon,
11 Dumbarton rd. ; ho. 4 Bon Accord street,
BUTCHER, J. Williams, Wesleyan minister. Great
Wellington Street Church ; ho., 2 Ibrox terrace.
BUTLER, A. C. (of Bell & Butler), house, 189 Pitt
Butler, George, at Anchor Line (Henderson Bros.,
Ltd.); house, 189 Pitt street, west.
Butler, J. G. W. (J. F. Borthwick & Co.), " Ana-
veroa," Murrayfield, Edinburgh.
Butler, William, goods supt , North British Ely. Co.,
Sighthill Station; ho., 125 Onslow drive.
Butler, W. & P. W., billposters, 75 Parson
Butler, Mrs M., dressmaker and dealer, 27 Kirk St.,
Calton ; house, 3 1 do.
BUTTER, Jas., tailor and clothier, 3 James Momsoa
Butter, Peter, grocer, 52 Grove s'reet.
Butters Brothers & Co. (established 1867)
contractors' engineers ; cranes, engines, rails, wag-
gons, pumps, and builders' plant, always in stock,
for hire or sale. Telephone Nos., Nat., 39 Argyle ;
Corp., 4099 ; works, M'Lellan st., Kinning Park ;
office and yards, 18 and 20 Waterloo st.
Butters, James, 85 Queen street.
Butters, Joseph, fish merchant, 378 Byres road;
house, 51 Elliot street, Hillhead.
Butters, M. W. (of Butters Brothers & Co.), res.
Charlemont, 17 Hamilton drive, Pollokshields.
BUXTON, Mrs. Jane, 51 Dorset street.
BYARS, Malcolm, general blacksmith, 31 Miller's pi.
off King st. city ; ho. 33 Norfolk street, s.s.
Byers, Alex. L., manager, S. Higginbotham & Co.,
Ltd., 87 M'Neil st; ho. 20 Myrtle Park, Crossbill.
Byers, W L., & Co., Ltd., chain and anchor makers,
Sunderland; agents, W. Christie & Co., 82
Gordon street.
BYATT, Percy, pianist and organist, 149 Great
Western road.
BYRNE, Charles, writer, 122 Wellington street;
ho. 5 East Park terrace, Maryhill road.
BYROM, Thomas E., assurance superintendent, 32
Garturk st.
BYRON, Miss Zara, teacher of music, 3 Ahbotsford
Cabas, F., ladies' tailor, 10 Beikeley terrace.
CABix(The) Tea Rooms, Ltd., 105^ St. Vincent st.,
91 Hope St., 29 Howard St., and Tea Kiosk, Kel-
vingrove Park.
CADBURY Brothers,Ltd., cocoa and chocolate manu-
facturers, Bournville, near Birmingliam ; agents,
J. S. Hutton, and J. F. Cursley. 24 West Howard
street. Telephone Nos., Nat, 3658; Corp., 754.
CADDEN, Hugh, hairdresser 151 High street
Cadden, John, & Co., shipping and commission
agents, 6 Dixon street.
Caddee Parish School Board, Thomas M'Lelland,
writer, 179 West George street, clerk.
Cadell & Simmers, C.A., 116 St Vincent st.
CADIEN, Mary, stationer and smallwares, 75 North
St. Mungo St.
Cadiz Steam Packet Co., John & Peter Hutchi-
son, 31 Hope street.
CADZOW, M. & S., dairykeepers, 116 Great
Hamilton street.
Cadzow, M. , dressmaker, 34 Garturk street.
Cadzow Coal Co. (Limited), coal masters, office,
10 Bothwell street ; depots, Caledonian Railway
Mineral station, Crow road, Partick, London
road, and St. Rollox. Telephone Nos.— Nat,
520 Argyle ; Corp., 5995.

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