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“Unequalled for Quality and Cheapness” is the verdict of all who use it.
SINCLAIR BROS., FAMOUS TEA FOR THE MILLION AT 2/- PER LB.
This Tea will be found equal to anything sold by General Dealers at 2s 80 and 3s per pound. Every Family should use this reaīly good and economical Tea. Comparison strongly urged. Samples Free on application. SINCLAIR BROTHERS, Tea Merchants,
29 RENFIELD STREET, GLASGOW. BRANCH SHOPS—89 MAIN STREET, ANDERSTON and 277 PAISLEY ROAD. THE EXCELSIOR WINDOW APPLIANCES
(UNDER ROYAL LETTERS PATENT).
These are admirably adapted for all ordinary sized Windows, and when fitted up and used, Accidents or
Loss of Life become impossible. No outside work necessary, as both sashes are easily turned Inside, and cleaning, etc., rendered perfectly expeditious. Specially commended for all upper Windows. Cost within the reach of all. Common Sets, 1/6 per Window
} With instructions for any joiner easily fixing up. Full Sets, 2/6
do. Boxes with 3 Sets each, at 41 and 6/9 respectively. Sold by various Ironmongers, &c., or Orders received by THE EXCELSIOR PATENT WINDOW APPLIANCES CO. 73 BATH STREET, GLASGOW.
Aerated Waters can be
INVITATIONS DEPOT FOR SCOTLAND
CIRCULARS 28 YORK ST., GLASGOW. "A FAMOUS JOURNAL,"
RE-ISSUE " Published every Thursday Morning, Price ONE PENNY By ORION,” Author of "Tangled Talk.” has a Large Circulation amongst all Classes of Society, Illustrated by Messrs, A. DAVIDSON, SAM. REID, and is a First-Rate Medium for Advertisements. Scale
D, MACKELLAR, and WM. DALGLISH, of Charges may be had from the Publisher, whose address is given below.
JUNE, JULY, AUGUST & SEPTEMBER. “Conducted with spirit and ability.”—Glasgow Herald. "One of the very best papers north of the Tweed.”_Overland
The above numbers of this clever and popular brochure have “A refreshing literary treat."— Blackwood's Magazine.
been REPRINTED, and may be had, Price ONE PENNY Each, “Written with vigour and élan.”—Saturday Review.
from the Publishers, “Gives more high-class literary and political pabulum than is to be found in some of the London sixpenny weeklies.”—Greenock GILLESPI BROTHERS, Daily Telegraph.
“An enterprising spirit actuates its management.”— Edinbnrgh Courant.
Argyle Printing and Engraving Works, “Widely known as one of the brightest provincial papers in Britain."-Glasgow Evening Citizen.
233 ARGYLE STREET,
"The Fifeshire Journal" "SUMMER TALK"
MANUFACTURER'S STOCK OF LAMB'S-WOOL HOSIERY
20 per cent. under Regular Prices, Gent.'s Shirts and Pants,
40 dozen Gent.'s Tan 97, 107, and 11/6 per Suit.
Gloves, 1 & 2-Button,
3) and 3/6 per Pair. Gent.'s real Hand-Knit Pro .. Sox, 1/11 per Pair. HOSIERSI
CLOVERS Ladies' Tan Gloves, 4 40 doz. Silk Mufflers,
Button, 3/11, special 1/11 each.
value. 50 doz. White Linen Handkerchiefs, 9/ per
Special Line in Gent.'s
White Dress Shirts, Dozen.
5/ each. 30/ per half40 dozen Gent'.s Silk
dozen, Scarfs, 7d. each.
H. & P. M'NEIL,
LEADING ATHLETIC OUTFITTERS, 91 UNION STREET, GLASGOW. ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. A CALL SOLICITED.
MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE
GLASGOW OFFICE (TEMPORARY)
THE SCOTTISH EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
157 West George STREET
Head Office: 3 and 5 GEORGE STREET, EDINBURGH.
THE RIGHT HON. THE EARL OF STAIR, K.T.
Local Board of Directors in Glasgow.
Chairman.--JAMES KING, Esq., of Levernholm. JAMES RICHARD MACARTHUR, Esq., Mer- | J. BAIRD SMITH, Esq., Writer, 227 W. George St. chant, 96 Buchanan Street.
GEORGE M. GRIERSON, Esq., Merchant, 49 JOHN M'LAREN, Esq., of W. M‘Laren, Sons & West George Street.
Co., Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce. JOHN HEYS, Esq., of South Arthurlie, Barrhead.
REVENUE, Upwards of £800,000 per Annum. ASSETS, Upwards of SIX MILLION POUNDS STERLING. The New Assurances effected in the STANDARD last year again
exceeded in amount those of any other Scottish Office.
SPECIMENS OF ANNUAL PREMIUMS FOR ASSURANCE OF EACH
£100 AT DEATH WITH PROFITS.
£1:17: 11 £2:2:11 £2:8:11 £2: 15:8 £3:4:5 £3:14:6 £4:0:9
Prospectuses, &c., on Application.
R. G. M. FORBES, Local Secretary. GLASGOW, September, 1883.
FIRE & LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY.
Established (169 years) in the reign of Queen Anne, A.D. 1714.
FIRE RISKS AT MODE RAT E RA TE S.
Life Policies granted on Liberal Terms with Large Bonuses.
W. M'GAVIN M'CULLOCH, Local Manager:
GEORGE MACKIE, Local Secretary.
- Established 1871.-
All kinds of Plate and Sheet Glass Insured in Business Premises and Dwelling Houses at moderate rates, with prompt attention to all Claims and Breakages.
W. M'GAVIN MCULLOCH, Manager.
TO MUSICAL ASSOCIATIONS, CHURCH CHOIRS, &c.
J. D. BOYACK,
Would respectfully invite attention to his large and comprehensive Stock of Choral Music, embracing all the Standard and Newest Oratorios, Cantatas, Antbems, Part-songs, Trios for Equal Voices,
Part-Songs for Male Voices, Sol-fa Music, &-c.
(Special attention given to this branch of the Music Trade.) JUST PUBLISHED—Answer me Burning Stars-Rory O'More-Annie Laurie-The Broom o'the Cowdenknowes
n both Notations. As sung by the GLASGOW SELECT CHOIR.
J. D. BOY ACK,
(Opposite Western Club and Stock Exchange.)
The Jurors at MELBOURNE EXHIBITION Awarded Highest Honors for the above Famed Whisky.
Agent for ScotlandDAVID MITCHELL, 167 ST. VINCENT STREET, GLASGOW.
Trongate and Stockwell Corner.
Autumn Season, 1883.
The Granite House entirely Re-Sfocked.
Ngents in all markets.
Goods daily pouring in from all parts of the world, and unparalleled
Bargains in all Departments, THE GRANITE HOUSE BUYERS HAVE THIS SEASON CARRIED FREE TRADE TO ITS UTMOST LIMIT
With Foreign Merchants Money is the most masterful argument. Everywhere the Almighty Dollar is a good friend—the British Sovereign is a better. Our Buyers huve mude the “Sovereign" argument work wonders.
The Granite House is crammed with Bargains from all countriesSilks and Dress Goods from France, Furs from Russia and Australia, Shawls and Mantles from Germany, Muslins & Curtains from Switzerland, Knitted Goods from Denmark,
Laces from Spain and Italy, and Goods of every kind from all the Manufacturing Centres of Great Britain, which is still the Market Place of the World.
The Season is now in full swing-Call at once.
"THE RESERVE OF POWER." Ladies visiting the Granite House will find their Purchasing Power greater than in any other Warehouse. Ladies will see a large display of all the New Season's Goods, receive courtesy and attention, and be pleased with the Moderate Prices. Our Motto is—"Small Profits and an immense number of Sales."
THE GRANITE HOUSE, 187 to 199 Trongate, and 1 to 5 Stockwell St., Glasgow.