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ASSOCIATIONS
THE GLASGOW AND WEST OF SCOTLAND
LICENSED GROCERS' ASSOCIATION.
Hon. presidents, A. M'Feat, 1293 Argyle Street,
Glasgow; James Hunter, J.P., 401 Victoria road,
Glasgow; L. Maxton, C.C., 651 Govan road, Goran;
James Jack, The Cross, Paisley; president,
Andrew Flint, 520 Catbcart road, Glasgow;
vice-pres., W. Munro Denholm, 695 New City road;
treasurer, Win. M'Kim, 34 Parson Street, Glasgow ;
secretary and solicitor, J. Rowley Orr, writer, 93 W.
Regent St. ; offices, 93 West Regent Street.
The objects of the Association are to protect the
just rights and interests of the members thereof,
holding grocers' licenses, in all parliamentary, local,
or licensing court proceedings, or others, and in all
other matters, questions, er others affecting, or of
interest to, the licensed grocery trade.
PHCENIX HERITABLE INVESTMENT
BUILDING SOCIETY.
Established in 1878.
Registered office, 135 Wellington Street.
President, Colonel Wm. Clark, J.P.; vice-pres''^ eu t)
John Crawford.
Objects : — To encourage habits of saving, to assist
members in acquiring heritable property or purchas-
ing dwelling-houses.
Manager, Jas. Wilson, C.A., F.S.I.
Telephones— Nat, No. 720 (Douglas); P.O.
No. 699. Telegrams, "Accounts."
GLASGOW MASTER WRIGHTS' ASSOCIATION.
President, George Anderson ; vice-president, Robt.
Rogerson ; eecretary and treasurer, J. D. Ramsay,
writer, 87 St Vincent Street.
GLASGOW SHIPOWNERS' ASSOCIATION.
Established 1859.
Office-bearers— Chairman, The Right Hon. the
Lord Inverclyde; directors. John Bell, Esq., Herbert
B. Cayzer. Esq., Robert Clark, Esq., Sir Nathaniel
Dunlop, LL. L), Leonard Gow, junior, Esq., Richard
Henderson, Esq., John Lines, Esq., the Right Hon.
Ihe Lord Inverclyde, R. Logan Kidston, Esq ,
William Law, Esq., James Lilburn, Esq , J. Bruce
Murray, Esq., Thomas Prentice, Esq., William
Service Workman, Esq.; secretary, J. Muirheai
30 Gordon Street, Glasgow.
GLASGOW MASTER SLATERS' ASSOCIATION.
Secretary, A. MacKenzie Ross, 12 Ann St. (City.)
The objects of this association are : to protect its
members in all matters of trade ; to promote unity
of purpose and good feeling between master and
men ; to arrange all questions whereby strike* might
arise; and to arrange the price of material and
labour.
CLYDE STEAMSHIP OWNERS' ASSOCIATION.
94 Hope Street.
President, George Sloan, Esq. ; Committees —
1. Ocean & Cargo Steamers' Committee, Robert
J. Dunlop, Esq, T. W. M'Intyre, Esq., J. R.
Harrison, Esq., Augustus B. T. Cayzer, Esq , J.
Smith Park, Esq., S. Crawford Hogarth, Esq ,
T. P. Pnrdie, Esq., F. L. Wrede, E ? q. ; 2. Channel
and Coasting Steamers' Committee, Lord Inver-
clyde, George Sloan, Esq., J. Fergus M'Lsdlan,
Esq , William Robertson, Esq., William Hay, Esq.,
M. Langlands, Esq. ; secretary, Walter Patterson, Esq
MUSICAL INSTITUTIONS.
POLLOKSHIELDS PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY.
Conductor — Mr. John Cullen.
The Pollokshields Philharmonic Society was
formed in 1892 for the study and performance of
choral music by a choir representative of Pollok-
shields and the Southern districts of Glasgow, and
during the sixteen >ears of its existence many of the
great Oratorios and Cantatas have been produced
with full orchestral aid.
The Society meets for practice from September to
April in the large hall of the Institute, Eglinton Toll,
on Monday evenings, at 8 o'clock. The annual sub-
scription is 3s. for ladies and 5s. for gentlemen.
Full particulars may be had from the secretary,
Southern Institute, Eglinton Toll, S.S.
GLASGOW AMATEUR ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY.
Instituted 1870.
Conductor, Mr. W. T. Hoeck.
Committee — President, Mr. Tho?. Ballantyne ;
vice-president, Mr. R. W. Greig; Mr. W. Davidson,
Mr. R. S. Hubbard, Mr. Wm. Runcie, Mr. Geo. K.
Moffat; hon. secretary, Mr. Alex. W. Robertson, 150
Holland Street; hon. treasurer, Mr.R. H. Macdougall,
97 Byres Rd. ; hon. librarian, Mr. R. H. Carmichael,
425 Shields Road, Pollokshields.
The object of the Society is to afford local amateurs
an opportunity of studying classical orchestral music.
Practisings are held every Thursday in St. Andrew's
Halls during the season (September till April)
Tne annual subscription of executant members is
£1 Is, and of honorary members 10s. 6d. and
upwards.
Ladie3 or gentlemen desirous of becoming executant
or honorary members are invited to communicate with
the secretary.
GLASGOW COLLEGE OF MUSIC.
6 Inoia Street, Charing Cross.
Principal — Mr. Allan Macbeth.
For the instruction of professional and amateur
students in all branches of the art, practical and
theoretical.
Tuition given daily by a large staff of professors.
Prospectus may be had, post free, on application.

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