Cityside Brick, Pipe and Fireclay Works, Bellside, Glasgow.

17/05/1878 – Glasgow Herald  – To contractors and others –  MacDonald, Eadie and Waddell have opened Cityside Brick, Pipe and Fireclay Works, near Bellside and are prepared to supply composition bricks and all kinds of fireclay Goods on the most reasonable terms. Cityside Works, by Holytown.

17/08/1878 – Mysterious disappearance. On Tuesday night, Joseph Hughes aged 26 years left City-Side Brickworks and has not since been heard of. Being rather weak-minded, it is feared harm may have befallen him.

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1878 – Hamilton McCulloch and Co, brickmakers Cityside, by Holytown, Lanarkshire 

1882 – Robert Hamilton, brickmaker, Cityside, by Holytown (page 57).

07/04/1883 – Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner – Sale of Colliery, Oil Work and Brick Work Plant at Cityside, near Omoa Station, C.R. On Tuesday 17th April at 11 o’clock. The plant consists of engines, boilers, permanent and pit rails, cart and hutch. Weighing machines, a large quantity of malleable and cast scrap, number of vitrified pipes. Also, about 400 tons calcinated ironstone, Catalogue in perpetration. Shirlaw Allan & Co. auctioneers

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