John McMillan, Clothier and Tailor, 263, Hope Street.—
A thoroughly representative firm of clothiers, of which it is necessary to make prominent mention, is that of John McMillan, 263, Hope Street. Established twenty-six years ago on the site presently occupied by the Royalty Theatre, Mr. McMillan removed to the above address upwards of eighteen years ago. The premises occupy two flats, comprising cutting,, fitting, and showrooms on the ground floor, and workrooms above.
Mr. John McMillan is tailor by appointment to the Queen’s Own Royal Regiment of Yeomanry Cavalry, and being the most extensive makers of riding breeches and trousers in the city, and doing besides an extensive ordinary custom business, this firm hold a high position in the tailoring trade. A busy department in this house is that of liveries, &c., the firm having long enjoyed the patronage of a large circle of influential gentlemen throughout the West of Scotland. Twenty to thirty hands are regularly employed in the workrooms, the cutting department being under the personal supervision of the proprietor.
Mr. McMillan is a genial, courteous gentleman, well known in the city and country. He is highly respected by his supporters and all who have the pleasure of his acquaintance.
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