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The following is a list of the applications that have been disallowed, showing also the nature of the qualification on which each claim to be placed on the roll was based : George Hutchings—occupier of office in Bond street. Percy Silke Brodie—occupier of property at the corner of Rattray and Canongate streets. John Wells—occupier of offices in Jetty street. Hugh Mulloy lessee of house in Arthur street. ■William Francis O'Connell—lessee of house in Brown street. Margaret Thorn—occupier of shop in High street.Michael Phelan—lessee of premises in Clark street. James Taggart -lessee of premises in Maclaggan street. Alfred Turnbull—occupier of house in Duncan street. James Smeaton—lessee of premises in Arthur street. John Carlin —lessee of premises in Maori road. John O'Brien—lessee of premises in Maclaggan street. Kobert Mason—lessee of premises in York place. James Deane—occupier of house in Castle street. John Stewart—occupier of house in London street. Peter Derow—occupier of house in Atbol place. John Murray— occupier of offices in the Octagon. James A. Weir—occupier of shop in the Octagon. W. J. Alldred—occupier of house in Albany street. James Glossop-occupier of house in Duke street. Jonas Kilby—occupier of house in Duke street. Alex. Henderssn occupier of house in Heriot row. John Taylor—occnpier of house in Cumberland street. W. F. Wood—occupier of hou.e in Caßtle street. Thomas Ross—occupier of house in Cumber land street. John Queen—occupier of house in Cumberland street. William Gregg—occupier of house in Cumberland street. Thomas Day—occupier of house in Cumberland street. J. Wood—six months' tenant of section in Oargill and London street?. Harry Houghton Bailey—lessee of shop in the Arcade.

Andrew Maitlnelli— leasee of shop in the Arcade.

John Potter Chapman—ocoupier of billiard room in City Hotel. Henry Nesbitt—occupier of billiard saloon in George street, James Millar—lessee of premises in Maclaggan street. Robert Paterson—lessee of premises in Maclaggan street, James Shepherd—occupier of cooperage in Rattray street. Henry Erridge, occupier of harness room and loose : box in King street. James M^Grath—occupier of stables and coachhouse in St. David street.

James Fleming—occupier of maltrhouse in Filleul street.

Sophus Thorvald Peterson-occupier of cooperage in Filleul street. Henry Salter Dick—occupier of offices and stables in Filleul street.

W. E. Runoiman—occupier of bottling-house in Filleul street.

Fred. Thurgarland—occupier of offices in Princes street.

W. H, Smith—occupier of brewery in Duke street.

Robert D. Kenny—occupier of malt-house in Duke street.

Joseph Eskdale occupier of Victoria Brewery, Pitt street. James George Strachan—occupier of house in Elder street.

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THE CITY BURGESS LIST., Issue 7911, 20 May 1889

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THE CITY BURGESS LIST. Issue 7911, 20 May 1889

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