BY mutual consent, the undersigned JOHN POYNTER, on the 31st day of July 1857, ceased to be a Partner in the Copartnership Business previously carried on by him and the other Subscribers, as Manufacturing Chemists, Oil Merchants, and Asphalters in Glasgow,under the Firm of GEORGE MILLER & COMPANY.
ADAM PATERSON, Witness. THOS. J. SMILLIE, Witness. Glasgow, 1st December 1857.
Edinburgh Gazette 8th December 1857
George Miller & Co., 34 Bothwell Street, Glasgow beg to call attention of Wholesale Dealers to their MINERAL OIL LAMPS, which cannot be surpassed for cheapness and burning power. Price lists and pattern books sent on application. A supply of PHOTOGENE OIL guaranteed to buyers of lamps.
Glasgow Herald, 30th September 1861
CONTRACTORS WANTED by George Miller & Co., for the carting connected with their GENERAL ASPHALTE BUSINESS. From twelve to fifteen horses required Daily. All particulars obtained by applying at 130 Hope St. or 89 Rumford Street.
Glasgow Herald, 12th July 1872
At the DALMARNOCK CHEMICAL WORKS, RUMFORD STREET, on Thursday 19th May at one o'clock; Sale, by Auction of ASPHALTER'S PLANT (The property of Messrs George Miller & Co., who have given up the Asphalting Branch of their business.) James Laird has received instructions to sell as above. Particulars in Catalgoues, forwarded free, 19th Gordon Street.
Glasgow Herald, 23rd May 1890
DEATH OF MR ROBERT MILLER. In the death of Mr Robert Miller, which occurred in London towards the close of last week, Glasgow has lost a very useful citizen. Born at Paisley about sixty-three years ago, Mr Miller came to the city when a very young man, and ultimately became senior partner of Messrs James Miller, Son & Co., drysalter and chemical brokers, a firm which was founded by his father in 1848, and sole partner of Messrs George Miller & Co., chemical manufacturers, in succession to his uncle. Although a busy man, he found time to take part in pursuits that were not connected with commerce.
Glasgow Herald, 1st May 1893