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TERRITORIAL
1800
ACTING CHAPLAIN.
Rev. J. Thomson, M.A., 12 Doune terrace
SERGEANT-MAJOR.
J. Aitken, 175 Gallowgate
CARETAKER.
W. Russell, 71 Main street, Bridgeton
RETIRED OFFICERS.
(With permission to wear Uniform oj Corps.)
v.D. Col. Wm. Clark, 16 Montgomery crescent
V.d. Col. R. S. Murray, Rutherglen
v.D. Col. John Gardiner, Conservative Club
v.d. Col. D. R. Graham, 68 Bath street
v.d. Hon. Col J. P. Taylor, Dunsmure, Corstorphine
V.d. Lieut.- Col. Bicha. Wilson, St. Ola, Dumbreck
v.d. Hon. Major A. R. Goldie, 28 Buehan street
V.d. H»n. Major R. D. Linton, 33 Hamilton drive,
Maxwell park
Hon. Major J Guthrie Smith, 5 Kirklee gardens
Hon. Major H. R. Taggart,5 Queensborough gardens
Hon Major A Miller, 42 Portland street, Manchester
Hon. Major W. D. Hall. 55 Bath street
Hon. M«jor J. G. Robertson, 33 Seymour street,
Cro*smyloof
v.d. Capt. A. M. Spence, 6 Chatham place
EXTRA HONORARY MEMBERS OF MESS.
Colonel James Menzies, Bankhead, Rutherglen
Dr. J. S. M'C« nville, 14 Parkgrove ter.
Morton Craig, E;-q., Overwood, Rutherglen
Albert Black, Esq., Shettleston
BATTALION TREASURER AND SECRETARY.
Major J. H. Galbraith, 87 St. Vincent street
OFFICERS OF "THE GLASGOW
HIGHLANDERS" (9th Batt. H.L.I.).
"SOUTH AFRICA, 1900-1902."
Telephone Number, National 600 Tron.
Head (Quarters, Armoury, and Drill Hall,
81 Greendyke street.
Officers' Mess Rooms, 175a St. Vincent street.
Sergeant*' Mess Rooms and Rank and File Club
Rooms, 13 Lanark street
Rifle RaDge, Patterton, Nitshill.
HON. COLONEL.
Duke of Argyll, K.T., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., V.D,,
Kensington Palace, London
COLON EG COMMANDANT.
Alex. Birrell,v.D.,p. 8., (q.), (h.),(s.), 114 John st
LIEUTENANT-COLONEL.
W. G. Fleming, v.d. (Hon. Col.), p.s., (q ), (h.), 79
West Regent street
MAJORS.
A. T. Miller, p. s., (q.), 102 Union street
C. C. Murray, P.8., (<.) (Hon. Capt. in the Army),
175a St. Vincent street
CAPTAINS.
A. D. Menzies, p. s., (q.), 175a St. Vincent street
J. S. Matthew, p. s., 63 Bath street
C. M. Williamson, p. s., 19 4 St. Vincent street
John Menzies, p. s., 68 Bath street
T. A. H. Anderson, p. s. (q.), 201 West George street
H, J. R. Bock, p. s. («.), 19 Waterloo street
A H. Menzies, p. s., 166 Buchanan street
G. Wingate, p. s. (q.) (Hon Lieut, in the Army),
55 West Regent street
A. C. Frame, p s. («.)', 188 St. Vincent street
M. J. Bell, p. s., (q.), 212 West George street
H. S. Reid, P., 10i> Hope street
J. R. Aitken, p. s. (q.), 2 Woodlands terrace
LIEUTENANTS.
F. Beattie, p. s., Dineiddwg, Milngavie
A. Gordon, p. s., 4 Ailsa Drive, Langside
H. Gibson Fleming, p. s., 2 West Regent street
P. W Torrance, p. s, Muirhouse Sawmills, Maxwell
road
A. K. Reid, p. s., 15 Montgomevie cres., Kelvinside
J. S. Cha'mers, p. s., 175a St. Vincent street
A. G. Sandford, p s., 82 Mitchell street
SECOND LIEUTENANTS.
J. G. Young, p. s., 5 University avenue
J. R. B. Graham, P.s. (h.) 8 Huntly gds., Kelvmside
R. H. Rutherford p.s., The Grange, Lenzie
Weir Grieve, p.s., 90 Mitchell street
ADJUTANT.
Capt. J. G. Collins, The Black Watch, 81 Green-
dyke street
QUARTERMASTER.
Lieut. W. R. Baxter, p., 175 West George street
SURGEONS.
Surg. Lieut.-Col. G. Bell Todd, M.B., v.d., p., 40
Lansdowne crescent, W
Surgeon-Capt. J. M'Kie, M.B.,p.s., Hillside terrace,
Springburn
Surg.-Capt. W. Ritchie,M.B., P s.,327 St George's rd
Suig.-Capt.T. D. Brown, M. D.,p.s.,12 Highburgh ter.
Surg. -Lieut. A. Macphail, p., 46 tLersland street
ACTING CHAPLAIN.
Rev. Hector Mackinnon, M.A ,The Manse, Shettleston
THE SCOTTISH RIFLE ASSOCIATION.
President, The Right Hon. the Earl of Rosebery,
K.G., K.T., V.D. Lord-Lieut, of Midlothian & Linlith-
gowshire.
Chairman of Council, Col. Jas. Smith Park, M. V. O.,
v.D., commanding 1st Lanarkshire R.E. (Vols.); vice-
chairmen, Col. J. B. Wilson, v.i>., commanding 3rd
L.R.V , and Colonel H. D. D. Chalmers, v.D., com-
inandiig 2nd V.B.fJ.L.I. ; Secretary, Major Robert
Carswell, V.D.; head office, 82 West Nile St., Glasgow.
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR EMPLOY-
MENT OF RESERVE AND DISCHARGED
SOLDIERS.
Hon. Secy., Major J. E. I. Masterson, V.C., 17
Gallowgate.
THE NATIONAL RIFLE CLUB OF SCOTLAND.
Instituted 1872 — With the dbject of encouraging
and developing Scientific Rifle Shooting at Long Ranges,
and also of assisting the Captain of the Scottish Eight
in the selection of the best possible Team to represent
the Country.
Major W. L. Rome, hon, secretary, 460 Paisley
road, Glasgow,

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