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“ONE SIP of this will bathe the drooping spirits in delight beyond the bliss of dreams.

Be wise and taste"

“Auld Scottie,"

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SPECIALITY IN WHISKY. As Supplied to the British Royal Commission, Victoria House, Chicago, Leading Clubs, Hotels, and Wine Merchants at home and abroad.

As a Scotch Whisky there is none finer than

Auld Scottie," made from the purest

selected material, and blended with the JAMES MENZIE

greatest of care.

Invalids requiring a genuine stimulant will find in "Auld Scottie" Whisky one of the purest form.

For medicinal purposes it equals very old Brandy.

The “LANCET ” says-“ This Whisky contains 41°75 per cent of absolute alcohol, equal to 86'28 per cent. of proof spirit. The residue, dried at 100° C., amounts to oʻ25 per cent. It is a well-matured and excellent whisky." No Higher Medical Testimony is

enjoyed by any Brand. AULO SCOTTIE As a guarantee of the contents, every bottle

is enveloped in wire and bears the Proprietor's WHISKY

seal in lead, without which none are genuine.

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COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, CHICAGO, 1893. INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, GLASGOW, 1888

First Award at World's Fair, Chicago, for Purity of Quality, Superior

Excellence, Mellowness of Flavour, and Highest Standard of Merit.

Registered Proprietor:

JAMES MENZIES, GLASGOW,

Offices and Stores—68 BATH STREET,
Bonded StoresNo. 1 EXCISE WAREHOUSE, GLASGOW.

Clasgow & South-Western Railway.

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SCOTLAND AND ENGLAND. HE GLASGOW AND SOUTH-WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY gives a

Carlisle with the Midland Railway, the principal termini being St. Enoch, Glasgow, and St. Pancras, London ; and a Full and Expeditious Service is given between Glasgow, Paisley, Greenock, Ayr, Ardrossan, Kilmarnock, Dumfries, &c., and Liverpool, Manchester, Bradford, Leeds, Sheffield, Bristol, Bath, Birmingham, London, &c.

DINING CARS (First and Third Class) by the Morning and Afternoon Expresses, and SLEEPING CARS by the Night Expresses, in each direction, between Glasgow (St. Enoch) and LONDON (St. Pancras).

New and Improved CORRIDOR CARRIAGES with Lavatory Accommodation by all the trains.

Passengers between Scotland and England by this, the most Picturesque Route, pass through the heart of the Burns Country, and holders of Tourist Tickets to and from Glasgow, or North thereof, are allowed to travel via Ayr (Burns's Birthplace). Tickets are also valid for break of journey at Dumfries (Burns's Burial-place).

CLYDE WATERING PLACES. The Glasgow and South-Western Line to Princes Pier Station, Greenock, is the most convenient for visitors to the Watering Places on the Firth of Clyde and Western Highlands and the Islands of Scotland, to and from which places regular congections are maintained by the Company's magnificent Fleet of Steamers, • Gleu Sannox," “ Juno,” is Jupiter,",

Mars,' “ Mercury," “ Neptune, Minerva,” “Glen Rosa,” “Vulcan,” and “Viceroy,” as also by the “Columbia,” “ Lord of the Isles,” Isle of Arran,” Turbine Steamers “Queen Alexandra," and “ King Edward,” &c.

All Passengers' Luggage is removed from the Trains to the Steamers, and vice versa, free of charge, by a special staff of attendants provided by the Company.

Passengers holding Through Tickets to or from England have the option of visiting Glasgow en route.

ISLE OF ARRAN, MILLPORT, & CAMPBELTOWN.

The most direct and expeditious route to the far-famed Island of Arran is by the Company's new Swift Paddle Steamer, “Glen Sannox,” via Ardrossan; and to Millport, Campbeltown, &c., via Fairlie, where the Company's Trains run alongside the Steamers.

AYRSHIRE COAST and the LAND O' BURNS. Passengers desirous of visiting the Ayrshire Coast Towns and places on the Company's Line, which are full of associations of the Poet Burns, and famous in history and romance, will find that the Company provide an excellent service of Express Trains from Glasgow and Paisley, composed of carriages of the most modern type, to Kilwinning, Stevenston, Saltcoats, Ardrossan, West Kilbride, Fairlie, Largs, Irvine, Troon, Prestwick, and Ayr, all of which places can be reached within the hour. There is also a service of Fast Trains to Maybole, Girvan, Pinmore, Pinwherry, Barrhill, New Luce, and Stranraer. From Stranraer Steamboat connections are formed to Ireland via Larne, the open sea passage being only 80 minutes.

FAMOUS GOLFING LINKS.--GOLFERS will find Links of the highest order at Bridge of Weir, Kilmalcolm, Johnstone, Stevenston, West Kilbride, Largs, Bogside, Gailes, Barassie, Troon, Prestwick, and Turnberry (Girvan). For descriptive notes of the various Links served by the Company's Trains, see the Guide to the Golfing Resorts issued by the Company free of charge.

HOTELS.-The Company have Hotels at Glasgow (St. Enoch), Ayr, and Dumfries, under their own management. These Hotels will be found replete with all modern conveniences and comforts. Excellent cuisine and a moderate tariff existing throughout.

DAVID COOPER, General Manager. GLASGOW, 1905.

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CALEDONIAN RAILWAY,

THE CLYDE RESORTS.

THE quickest and most popular routes to CLYDE WATERING PLACES

and ISLAND OF ARRAN are via Gourock, via Wemyss Bay, and via Ardrossan. Fast Express Trains from Glasgow (Central), in direct connection with Trains from London (Euston), Liverpool, Manchester, Edinburgh (Princes Street), &c., &c., run on to Pier alongside Steamers.

Special Trains during the Season in direct connection with R. M. S. COLUMBA,” “LORD OF THE ISLES,” and Turbine Steamers “KING EDWARD"

QUEEN ALEXANDRA.”

and

EDINBURGH, &c. and AYR via MUIRKIRK.

An excellent service of Trains with Through Carriages is in operation between Edinburgh (Princes Street), and other stations on the Caledonian Railway, and Ayr and other Ayrshire Towns via Muirkirk.

An Express Service of Trains is run from and to Edinburgh (Princes Street), Glasgow (Central) or (Buchanan Street), to and from all the important Towns and centres of Scotland, including Dumfries, Moffat, Peebles, Lanark, Motherwell, Hamilton, Stirling, Bridge of Allan, Dunblane, Callander, Oban, Ballachulish, Fort William, Crieff, Comrie, St. Fillans, Perth, Dundee, Forfar, Arbroath, Montrose, Brechin, Edzell, Aberdeen, Inverness, &c., &c.

For Programmes and Tour Guides apply to Mr G. CALTHROP, General Superintendent, Caledonian Railway, 302 Buchanan Street, Glasgow.

The Central Station Hotel, Glasgow, and New Princes Street Station Hotel, Edinburgh, which are considered the foremost in the country, are under the management of the Company.

Accommodation can be wired for from any of the Company's Stations free of charge. Access from the Station Platforms.

R. MILLAR, General Manager.

GLASGOW, 1905

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