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DIRECTORY.]
STIKLINGSHIRE.
STIRLING.
1393
Ordnance Store Depot, Forth side
1st Fifeshire (Fife & Stirling) Roval Garrison Artillery (Volun-
teers), No. 13 Co. St. John street, Capt. R. C. Highet; Sergt.
James John Taylor, drill instructor
ARGYLL & SUTHERLAND HIGHLANDERS VOLUNTEER
INFANTRY BRIGADE.
Head quarters, Stirling.
Comprise : —
Est. (Renfrewshire) Volunteer Battalion Princess Louise's (Argyll
& Sutherland Highlanders), Greenock
:2nd (Renfrewshire) Volunteer Battalion Princess Louise's (Argyll
& Sutherland Highlanders), Paisley
3rd (Renfrewshire) Volunteer Battalion Princess Louise's (Argyll
& Sutherland Highlanders), Pollokshaws
-4th (Stirlingshire) Volunteer Battalion Princess Louise's (Argyll
& Sutherland Highlanders)
â– 5th Volunteer Battalion Princess Louise's (Argyll & Sutherland
Highlanders), Dunoon
1st Dumbartonshire Rifle Volunteer Corps, Helensburgh
7th (Clackmannan & Ross) Volunteer Battalion Princess Louise's
â– (Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders), Alloa
Bearer Company: Surgeon-Captains, J. A. Bovd M.B. (in com-
mand) & D. Christie M.B
Commanding Brigade, The Officer Commanding 91st Regimental
District
brigade Major, Hon. Major G. H. Black V.D. (5th V.B. Argyll
& Sutherland Highlanders)
Commanding Army Service Corps Company, Hon. Major C.
Birrell V.D. (1st Dumbartonshire R. V. C)
Senior Medical Officer, Brig.-Surg.-Lieut.-Col. Hay V.D. (7th
V.B. Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders)
4th (Stirlingshire) Vol. Batt. Princess Louise's (Argyll & Suther-
land Highlanders); head quarters, Princes street Lieut, -Col.
Commanding, J. W. King (hon. col.); Majors, R. Morton V.D.
(hon, lieut.-eol.) & E. Simpson; Lieut. G. H. Wade, instructor
-of musketry; Capt. C. A. H. Maclean, adjutant; Hon. Capt.
â– J. Denholm, quartermaster
Stirling Companies : —
A, Capt. J. H. Murray; B, Capt. J. G. Murray; Surg.-Lieut.
Thomas Beard, medical officer; Rev. James P. Lang, acting
chaplain; Sergt. -Major L. G. Watters, drill instructor
CHIEF MILITARY PTJSON,
St. John street.
Chief "Warder in Charge, Edward Jackson
Surgeon, Thomas Beard
Military Hospital, Castle wynd, Thomas Beard, principal medical
officer
INLAND REVENUE OFFICES,
Commercial Bank buildings, Murray place.
Collector, John Edgar
Clerks, L. J. Saunders & D. Buchanan
Supervisor, J. W. Roberts
Officer, David Mackie
INCOME & PROPERTY TAX. LANDS VALUATION &
REGISTRATION OF VOTERS OFFICE.
Surveyor of Taxes & Lands Valuation Assessor, John Barr
Clerks, F. G. Mann, A. L. Dargie & A. Hamilton
PUBLIC ESTABLISHMENTS &c.
Cemetery, top of St. John street, Peter Lees, eexton
Corn Exchange, Spittal street
County Buildings, Barnton street, William Macpherson, care-
taker & bar officer
Public Library, Exchange area, R. Whyte, clerk & treasurer ;
William B. McEwan, librarian
River Forth District Salmon Fisheries Office, County buildings,
Patrick Welsh, clerk; James McRae, inspector
Stirling Public Hall Co. Limited, 46 Barnton street, Robert
Taylor, seo
Town House & Court House, Broad street, William S. Williamson,
-town officer
Wallace Monument, Abbey craig (Causewayhead), David B.
Morris, clerk; William Middleton, caretaker
"Weights & Measures Office, 38 Upper craigs, Peter M'Nab, insptr
LITERARY &c. INSTITUTIONS.
Art Gallery & Museum, Smith institute, Dumbarton road, James
Sword, curator
Catholic Young Men's Institute, St. Mary's wynd, M. Hare, sec
East Church Institute, Spittal street
SMITH INSTITUTE (ART GALLERIES & MUSEUM),
Dumbarton road.
Trustees, James Thomson (provost), Stirling; James W. Barty
LL.D. Dunblane
Curator, James Sword
ASSOCIATIONS & SOCIETIES. .
Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, 16 Port street, John
Raffan, local sec
Stirling Agricultural Society, 26 Port street, Andrew C.
Buchanan, sec
â– Stirling " Model " Building Society, 47 Port street, James A.
Gibson, sec
STIRLING- NATURAL HISTORY & ARCHAEOLOGICAL
SOCIETY,
Dumbarton road.
President, George Lowson LL.D
Joint Secretaries, Robert Kidston & D. B. Morris
Treasurer, Daniel Ferguson
Stirlingshire Central Unionist Committee, 4 King street, R.
Whyte, sec
SUrlingshire Conservative Association, 20 Barnton street, John
Monteath Parnie, hon. sec. & treasurer
Stirlingshire Liberal Unionist Association, 4 King st.R. Whyte, seo
Stirlingshire Liberal Association, 53 Port street, James Rennie
Archibald, sec
UNITED YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN; ASSOCIATION',
Allan park.
President, A. S. Turnbull
Secretary, James Macpherson, 26 Port street
Treasurer, Frederick F. Baxter
Working Men's Liberal Association Rooms, 54 Port street, George
Christie, hon. sec
CLUBS.
Amateur Rowing & Swimming Club, Forth side, R. Houston, sec
Bowling Club, Albert place, Peter Douglas, jun. sec
County, Murray place, Mungo Cochran, sec. ; Jn. Sloan, steward
Stirling, 41 Port street, A. C. Buchanan, sec. & treasurer; John
Dunk, club master
Stirling Golf Club, James Macluckie, sec. Golf ho. Victoria place
Stirling Unionist, Thistle street, J. W. Heron, hon. sec
PUBLIC HALLS.
Guildhall, St. John street, Robert M'Lay, officer
Public Hall, Dumbarton road, William Pearson, manager
Stirling Public Hall, Arcade, William Ogilvie, manager
HOSPITALSl & HOMES.
Royal Infirmary, Spittal street, Donald McFadyen M.D. con-
sulting medical officer; J. W. Duffus M.B. house surgeon;
Leon Jablonski Piatt L.D.S.Edin. consulting dental surgeon;
Miss Peebles, matron
Children's Home, Whin Well house, Upper Bridge street, Annie
Croal, matron
Hospital, Drip road, A. Fairlie Wilson, medical officer; Robert
Marshall, caretaker & storekeeper
Queen's Nurses' Home, 53 Murray place, Miss Forbes & Miss
Jones, nurses in attendance
MORTIFICATIONS.
Adamson's Bursary; patrons, Convener Court
Allan's (founded in 1724, for the Education of Children of Trades-
men), merged in the 'Stirling Educational Trust
Cowane's (founded in 1639, for the Relief of Decayed Guild
Brethren), William Christie, master & factor
Cunningham's {founded in, 1808, for the Education of the Chil-
dren of Guild Brethren), now merged in the Stirling Educa-
tional Trust
Spittal's (founded in 1530, for the relief of Decayed Trades Bur-
gesses), William M. Brown, 10 Prince's street, factor
Stirling Educational Trust (fifteen members), Bailie Hugh Fer-
guson, chairman; David B. Morris, clerk; Thomas J. Y.
Brown, treasurer
PLACES OF WORSHIP,
With their Clergy & Times of Service.
Established Churches: —
East, head of St. John's street, Rev. Jame9 P. Lang; 11 a.m.
& 6.30 p.m
North Church, Murray place, Rev. James Porter McLees; 11
a.m. & 6.30 p.m
Mary kirk, St. Mary's wynd, Rev. Thomas Skeoch; 11 a.m.
& 6.30 p.m
West, head of St. John's street, Rev. George M. Smith; 11
a.m. & 2 p.m
United Free Churches: —
Allan park, Rev. William Ewing M.A. ; 11 a.m. & 6.30 p.m
Peter Memorial, Park terrace, Rev. John Chalmers M.A. ; 11
a.m. & 6.30 p.m. ; wed. 8 p.m
St. John street, Rev. Thomas Wright M.A. ; 11 a.m. & 2 p.m
South, Murray place. Rev. John Arnott ; 11 a.m. & 2 p.m
Upper craigs, Rev. David D. Ormond; 11 a.m. & 2 p.m
Viewfield place, Rev. Walter Scott M.A. 11 a.m. & 2 p.m
West, Rev. James Angus; 11 a.m. & 2 p.m
Episcopal Church, Holv Trinity, Albert place, Rev. Wm. Perry
M.A., B.D. ; 11 a.m. & 6.30 p.m
Roman Catholic, Irvine place, Rev. Canon John Smith, priest;
9 & 11 a.m. & 6.30 p.m
Baptist, Murray place, Rev. George. Yuille; 10.30 a.m. & 6 p.m
Congregational, Murray place, Rev. James C. M'Lachlan M.A. ;
10.30 a.m. & 6 p.m
Salvation Army, Spittal street; 7 & 11 a.m. & 6.45 p.m
Weslevan Methodist, Queen street, Rev. Edward H. Simpson;
11 a'.m. & 6.30 p.m
Mission Halls : —
Allan Park Church Mission hall, Lower Castle hill
Craigs Mission hall. Lower craigs
Gospel hall, 69 Port street
BURGH SCHOOL BOARD,
Offices, 10 Barnton street.
Chairman, Rev. James P. Lang
Clerk & Treasurer, James Brown
SCHOOLS.
STIRLING ART SCHOOL,
Held at the High School, Spittal street, in connection with the
South Kensington Museum (now called Victoria & Albert
Museum).
Art Master, Leonard Baker
Secretary, David B. Morris
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