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DIRECTORY.]
GLASGOW EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY.
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for the use of members only. Writing accommodation,
post office, private letter boxes, and many other con-
veniences are provided for the members. Terms of sub-
scription : Life subscriber's ticket, gentlemen, transfer-
able, twenty guinetis ; life subscriljer's ticket, not trans-
ferable, fifteen guineas ; life subscriber's tickets for ladies,
not transferable, seven guineas ; for gentlemen above ai
years of age, 25s. annually ; for gentlemen above 21 years
â– of age, 7s. 6d. quarterly ; for gentlemen under 21 years of
age, 15s. annually ; for gentlemen under 21 years of age,
5s. quarterly ; ladies, 15s. annually ; country sub-
scribers, 15s. annually. Entrance fees. — All new sub-
scribers require to pay the following entrance fees, in
addition to the first subscription — Gentlemen, 5s. ; ladies,
country subscribers, young men under 21 years of age,
and quarterly subscribers, 2s. 6d. each.
SCHOOt OF MUSIC.
Honorary President — The Right Hon. Lord Kelvin LL. D.,
D.Ch
Principal — Edward E. Harper Mas. D
Medical Olficer — John MacintyreM.B., CM., 179 Bath st
The Atheuieum School of Music has been established
for the purpose of providing a thorough high-class musical
education on moderate terms, combined with all the ad-
vantages "which have proved so successful and so beneficial
in the promotion of musical culture in the continental con-
servatoires and the music schools in London and elsewhere.
CIVIL SERVICE & FltOFESSIOMAL DEPAETMENT.
Under the direction of Duncan Macpherson, James
Finlayson M.A. (Hons.) and other experienced masters.
Day, evening and correspondence classes for all examina-
tions.
HOTCHESON'S EDUCATIONAL TRUST.
(Constituted by Scheme No. g under the Educational En-
dowments (Scotland) Act 1882).
The income of this trust is devoted to the maintenance
â– of a boys' grammar school and a higher class school for girls,
the education of foundationers and to free scholarships;
school, university and technical college bursaries and higher
education bursaries for girls ; subsidies are granted to the
Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College, the
Olasgow School of Art and Haldane's Academy
Treasurers — Hill & Hoggan, writers, 194 Ingram street
Assistant Treasurer — John Wilson
Secretary — W. H. Macdonald
Head Master (acting) — Robert Philip M.A
Offices — 158 Ingram street
Boys' Grammar School, Crown street. South Side
Girls' Grammar School, Elgin street. South Side ; W.
Thomson B.A. head master
KELVINSIDE ACADEMY.
Bellshaugh road, Kelvinside.
(The Kelvinside Academy Company Limited.)
Rector— W. Cecil Laming M. A
LOGAN AND JOHNSTON SCHOOL OF DOMESTIC
ECONOMY.
7 James street, Bridgeton.
â– (Constituted by Scheme No. 149 under the Educational
Endowments (Scotland) Act, 18S2.)
This school, which has been built on the site of the
â– original school in Greenhead Street, was opened about
1894.
The subjects of instruction are (i) sewing, (2) cooking,
(3) washing and laundry work ; other subjects of similar
nature may be introduced. A certain number of girls (age
14 to 17) are admitted on the foundation and receive their
instruction free. They are fed on the premises and receive
â– an allowance for c'othing. Classes are also open to the
public on payment of fee.
Lady Superintendents — Miss Laurie & Miss Mather, joint
superintendents
Secretary— W. H. Macdonald
Treasurer— John Wilson, 158 Ingram street
MOUNT FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOL,
Cathcart road.
Master ^Andrew Thomson
QUEEN'S PARE COLLEGIATE SCHOOL,
44 Camphill street. Crossbill.
Principal— William E. Christie M.A. Edin
First Master, Boys' School— Robert M'Lean M.A
I,ady Superintendent, Girls' School— Miss Sharp
TECHNICAL COLLEGE OF SCOTLAND.
(Weaving Branch.)
35 Well street, Calton.
Secretary — James Macdonald
Instructor — Thomas Brown
Secretary-
TONIC SOL-FA COLLEGE.
(West of Scotland Branch.)
-Robert D. Jaraieson, 12 Rose st. GarnethiU
GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART,
167 Renfrew street.
Chairman — James Fleming
Secretary & Treasurer— Edward R. Catterns
Head Master— F. H. Newbery
EDUCATIONAL TRUSTS.
BUCHANAN TRUST.
47 Greenhead street.
GOVEKNORS.
From the Town Council— Dr. A. Neilson, Bailie Mitchell &
Bailie P. G. Stewart
From the Merchants' House— W. R. Copland, Hugh Reid
and W. S. Workman
From the Trades House— R. Motherwell, A. McCracken
& John Bilsland
From School Board— Councillor James Boyd & D. M. Scott
Governor — Rev. William Leggatt
Head Master — Alexander MacLaren
Matron — Miss J. G. Porteous
Founded on a bequest to the city of Glasgow by the late J.
Buchanan, Esq. for the education and industrial training of
destitute boys. The pupils reside with their friends at night,
but receive three substantial meals daily at the institution.
GLASGOW CITY EDUCATIONAL ENDOWMENTS
BOARD.
(Administered under Scheme No. 10 of the Educational
Endowments (Scotland) Act, 1882.)
The following endowments are united under this scheme •
Dr. A. Bell's Bequest ; Coulter's Mortification ; Hood's,
Macfarlane's, JMaxwell's & Murdoch's Schools ; Alexander's
Endo-wment & M'Grigor's & M'Millan's Bequests. Pro-
vision is made for the maintenance of a school for boys, free
scholarships &; school, technical, higher education, ad-
vanced evening class & university bursaries, which are
awarded to pupils of public or state-aided schools in Glasgow
or any school niaintained under the scheme.
Secretary — W. H. Macdonald
Treasurers — Hill & Hoggan
Assistant Treasurer — John Wilson
Offices — 158 Ingram street
THE GLASGOW GENERAL EDUCATIONAL
ENDOWJIENTS BOARD.
(Scheme No. 11 under the Educational Endowments (Scot-
land) Act, 1882.)
The folio-wing endowments are comprised in this scheme :
Gardner's, Graham's, M'Lachlan's, Miller & Peadie's &
Wilson's Schools & Muir's School Fund & the income is
devoted to the awarding of free scholarships & school,
technical & higher education & evening class bursaries,
which are granted to pupils of public or state-aided schools
in Glasgow, in the district of the Cathcart School Board or
any other School Board immediately adjoining the Burgh of
Glasgow School Board District.
Secretary — W. H. Macdonald
Treasurers — Hill & Hoggan
Assistant Treasurer — John Wilson
Offices — 158 Ingram street
MARSHALL TRUST,
134 Wellington street.
Secretary — William Mitchell
SCHOOL BOARDS.
His Majesty's Inspector of Schools— Chief Inspector,
Andrew E. Scougal M.A. 14 Kelvin drive, Kelvinside
GLASGOW.
Offices, 129 Bath street.
Chairman — Robert S. Allan esq. 15 Woodside terrace
Vice-Chairman — Rev. Andrew Laidlaw, 3 Derby crescent,
Kelvinside

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