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MISCELLANEOUS
1794
THE SCOTTISH ANTI- LAND-VALUES-
TAXATION ASSOCIATION.
Office : 173 St. Vincent Street.
President, The Right Hon. Lord Blythswood;
chairman, J. Campbell Murray, Esq., J.P. ; vice-
chairman, James Fyfe, Esq., J.P. ; secretaries, Pirie &
Stewart, writer?, 173 St. Vincent Street.
Object. — The Association is founded for the
purpose of resisting all schemes for the inequitable
ra'ing of Land, Land Values, and Ground Burdens.
LARCH FIELD CLUB.
President, G. Marshall Blackwocd, Esq.; hon.
secretary, Mr. W. N. Simpson, 18 St. Alban's Ttr.,
Dowaiihill, to whom apply for membership, &c.
GLASGOW GOLF CLUB.
This club has two 18 -hole courses, one at
Killermont, by Bearsden, tram car to Garscube
Bridge, and at Gailes, by Irvine. Robert Philp,
Scion Bank, Rutherglen, captain ; Andrew G.
Elmslie, 6 Albany Street, North Kelvinside, secre-
tary and treasurer.
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THE ROYAL SCOTTISH SOCIETY OF
PAINTERS IN WATER COLOURS.
Office of the Society, 49 West George Street.
Secretary, John Wright Robb.
Founded in 1878, holding an annual exhibition
of the works of its members. The president is Sir
Francis Powell, LL.D., R.W.S. ; vice-president,
Win. M'Taggart, R.S.A.; deputy-president, Alex.
MacBride, R.I.; treasurer, Wrn. Young ; annual elec-
tion of members during February. Candidates require
to submit two water colours for inspection of mem-
bers. Entrance fee, £10 10s. Annual subscription,
£3 3s.
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CYCLISTS' TOURING CLUB.
The objects of the Club are to encourage and
facilitate touring in a'l parts of the world, to piotect
and extend the rights and privileges of cyclists, to
secure special terms at hotels, &c, to appoint consuls
and repairers in every town, to publish an official
"Gazette," road books, maps, &c. Hon. secretary
(Glasgow District Association), John Martin, 116 St.
Vincent Street, to whom intending members should
apply.
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RAMBLERS ROUND GLASGOW CLUB.
The Club was instituted in 1869, in order to bring
together such as are in the habit of taking, and to
arrange, walking excursions to places of interest in
the neighbourhood of Glasgow. An annual meeting
of the Club is held in the month of January to
appoint office-bearers, &c. Gentlemen desirous of
admission to the Club must be proposed and seconded
by two members. The business of the Club is trans-
acted by a council of five members. Alex. Martin,
senior rambler and convener, 53 Candleiiggs, 15
Smith's Court and 62 Biunswick Street.
GLASGOW CLARION SCOUTS.
Instituted 1894.
Object, Propagation of Socialism. Methods, by
means of lectures, the distribution of literature, and
any other methods which may, from time to time,
commend themselves to the members.
A series of Sunday Evening Lectures are held
under the auspices of this organization in the Pavilion
Theatre during the winter months from October lo
March. During the summer months open-air lectures
are held in many parts of Glasgow and the West of
Scotland to further the object of the organization.
Educational Classes for the benefit of members
are arranged for, and other agencies include a choir
and orchestra. Opportunities are provided for social
intercourse among the members by various means.
Headquarters and Rooms, 26 Elmbank Crescent.
Secretary, Mr. Alex. Lisler, 9 Eton Place, Scotstoun,
Glasgow.
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DENNISTOUN MODEL YACHT CLUB.
Sailing Pond, Alexandra Park. Races each Tues-
day evening at 7 p.m. during the season.
Object — Model Yacht Sailing, Designing, and
Building.
Hon. secretary, Stephen Elliott, 755 Cumbernauld
Road, Glasgow.
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THE SCOTTISH VEGETARIAN SOCIETY
The aim of the Society is to advocate the total
disuse of animals of every species as food, and
to promote instead the use of purer and better food
yielded by the vegetable kingdom. Secretary, John
P. Allan, 5 West Regent Street.
THE ANGLERS' CLUB.
Hon. president, Professor John Glaister, M.D., The
University ; secretary, A. A. Stewart, solicitor, 180
Hope Street, Glasgow.
Objects. — The purposes of the Club are to promote
social intercourse among anglers, to further the in-
terests of angling, and to support the objects of the
Scottish Trout Anglers' Association.
Terms of membership, £1 Is. per annum ; entry
money, £1.
A copy of the rule3 and list of members can be
had on application to the secretary.
THE SCOTTISH BURIAL REFORM AND
CREMATION SOCIETY (LIMITED).
Hon. presidents, Sir Chas. Cameron, Bart., Rt.
Hod. Robt. Farquharson; Honorary Secretary,
John Mann, jun., C.A., 142 St. VinceDt Street.
The Crematorium and Chapel are situated
within the Western Necropolis, Maryhill, Glasgow,
and are open for inspection by visitors during
the summer months on Sunday afternoons. The
charge for each cremation ranges from £2 2s. to
£6 6s., according to circumstances. The Directors
are ready to consider cases where the relatives are
quite unable to make any payment.

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