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Maxwell, James, stationmaster, N.B. Railway, Queen
street; house, 56 Dundas street
Maxwell, James, jr., fruiterer and florist, 522 Vic-
toria road, Crosshill.
Maxwell, John (of Jas. Maxwell & Son), house, 85
Dundas street.
Maxwell, John C, cycle agent, 104 Millburn st. ; ho.
258 Garngad hill.
Maxwell, John, builder, 18 Canuiesburn rd.. Mary hill.
Maxwell, J. Shaw, printer, 254 Bath street
Maxwell, Jos., draper and clothier, 469 Eglinton st ;
house, 263 Maxwell rd.
Maxwell, M. (G.P.O.), ho. 23 London st.
Maxwell, N. A., & Co., chemical and produce brokers,
drysalters and foreign agents, 360 Pollokshaws
Maxwell, N. A. (of N. A. Maxwell & Co.), ho. Th«
Cottage, 360 Pollokshaws road.
MaxweU,Peter,&Son,wholesale and retail dealers in
pianofortes, harmoniums and American organs, sole
importers of the great " Rissmann" pianos; 455, 457
Paisley road; goods entrance, 24 St. James' st.
Maxwell, Peter (of Peter Maxwell & Son), res. Cres-
cendo, Nithsdale drive, Dumbreck.
Maxwell, Samuel, & Co., yarn merchants and com-
mission agents, 28 Cochrane st.
Maxwell, Samuel, hotel proprietor, Royal Hotel, 1,
3 Main street, Coatbridge ; res. Drysdale house, do.
Maxwell, Shaw, & Co., black and colour printers,
litho. artists, and designers, 31 N. Frederick st.
Maxwell, Thos., & Co., clothiers, 297 Argyle street.
Maxwell, Tom (of Thos. Maxwell & Co.), ho. 25
Gordon st, Whiteinch.
Maxwell, Warden R. (of Nielson & Maxwell), house,
8 St. James' terrace, Hillhead
Maxwell, Win. S., glass and china merchant, 293
New City rd.; ho. 19 Lyndhurst gardens.
Maxwell, William, stevedore (at Glen & Co.'s),
ho. 36 Blackburn street.
Maxwell, William, (at Scotsman office) ho. 61
Gibson street, Hillhead.
Maxwell, Wm., commercial traveller (at R. Baird &
Son's), ho. 46 Melville street, Pollok-hields.
Maxwell, Wilson, painter and decorator, 278 Dum-
barton road ; ho. 5 Derby street
Maxwell, Mrs., 38 Berkeley terrace, Elderslie st
Maxwell, Miss Alice E., decorative artist, wood
carving, poker work, painting, &c, 38 Berkeley
ter., Elderslie st
Maxwell, Elizabeth R., confectioner, 16 Woodlands
rd; ho. 254 Bath st.
Maxwell, Mora, contralto vocalist, 97 Hospital st
Maxwell, Parish Church, 111 Pollok street
MAY, A. H (of May & Meikle), ho. 1 Crown circus.
May, J. & H., booksellers and stationers, 485 Spring-
burn rd.; ho. Bankhead cottage, Cowlairs.
May, Jas., & Co. (from 1 Bartholomew st), general
blacksmith Oight forge), 367 Dalmarnock road,
adjoining Dalmarnock station.
May, James (of James May & Co.), ho. 367 Dal-
marnock road.
May & Meikle, average adjusters, Royal Exchange
May, William W., manager (R. Napier & Sons, Ltd.,
I Lancefield street), ho. 5 Edelweiss terrace.
MAYBERRY, Hugh, property, land, and estates,
Blantyre and Barrowfield estates ; office, 173 St.
Vincent st; res. Rosegarth, Maxwell park, Pollok-
shields, west.
Mayberry, Hugh, property and land valuator, 173«
St. Vincent st. ; res. Rosegarth, Maxwell Park.
MAYER, Arthur, Strathview, Cathkin road.
Mayer, John, F.C.S., journalist ; ho. Strathview,
Cathkin road.
MAYLARD, A. Ernest B.S., surgeon, Victoria Infir-
mary; house, 10 Blythswood square.
MAYNES, Charles P. (at Robt. Haldane & Co.'s), ho.
50 Raglan street.
MAYO, Patrick, & Co., Irish whisky distillers, Bel-
fast; sole agents, Greenlees Bros., 12 Hanover st
Matpole Dairy Co., 73 Jamaica st, 131 Trongate,
195 Cowcaddens street, 58 Paisley road, west; 7
Dalmarnock road, Bridgeton ; 103 Main street,
Andertton ; 520 SpriDgburn road, 579 New City-
road, and 318 Dumbarton road, Partiek.
MEADE-KING, Robinson & Co., oil merchants,
Liverpool ; agent Jas. D. Smellie, 69 St. George's
MEADOWCROFT, W. & Son, Ltd, aerated water
engineers, fruit essence manufacturers, and requis-
ites for soda water trade, 50 Robertson st; head
offices, Blackburn.
MEADOWS, Thos. & Co., general forwarding, com-
mission, shipping, insurance and passenger agents,
10 Hanover street, and at 35 Milk st, London, E.C.,
13 Water street, Liverpool, 51 Piccadilly, Man-
chester, 1 Oriental place, Southampton, and 4 Rue
Scribe, Paris ; general European agents for the New
York Central and Hudson River Railroad Coy. of
New York ; general European agents for the Mer-
chants Despatch Transportation Coy. of New York
and Boston ; general European agents for the Am-
erican Express Coy. of New York and Boston, also
freight and passenger agents for White Star Line-
Royal Mail steamers.
MEARCHENT, Jas., slater and plasterer, 136
and 138 Govan st ; ho. 3 Clelland street
MEARNS & Campbell, writers, notaries public, and
depute clerks of the peace for Renfrewshire,
Auldfield pi. Pollokshaws.
Mearns & Co., plumbers and gasfitters, 20 South
St. Mnngo street.
Mearns, James (of Mearns & Co.), ho. 178 London
Mearns, John, grocer, 226 N. Woodside road; house,
18 Wilton drive.
Mearns, Robert (Mearns & Campbell), writer, depute
clerk of the peace for Renfrewshire, public prose-
cutor for the burgh of Pollokshaws, Auldfield pi.,
Pollokshaws; ho. Manse wood, Pollokshaws.
Mearns, Mrs. Eliz., hardware merchant, 35 Catherine
street, Anderston.
Mearns, Mrs. Mary, hardware merchant, 138 Wattst.
Mearns, Agnes, dining rooms, t)95 Govan road,
Govan; ho. 999 do.
MEATEN, F. F., teacher of music, 87 Barrington
Mecca Tea Rooms, 17 Bothwell st.
MECHAN, Arthur, physician and surgeon, 396 Dum-
barton rd., Partiek; ho. 2 Victoria cres.
Mechan, Henry (of Mechan & Sons), house, 13
Montgomerie quadrant.
Mechan, Samuel (of Mechan & Sons), ho. 5 Kelvin-
grove terrace.
Mechan & Sons, Neptune Iron, Brass, and Copper
Works, 60 Elliot street, CranstonhilL
Mechanical (The) Retorts Co. (Ltd.), wood dis-
tillers, Murray st., Paisley.

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