BRF.WEP.Y 332 YEARS OLD Lonrj-Establlshed Business Is to Be Given Up, However, Because Bride Wills It. liorouliloch brewery, in Ilnc-cloitcli Ilnc-cloitcli clreet, Kdinburgli, is nbottt to bo floseil, nnd for u rcitson which is somewhat interesting. Tho proprietor .Mr. Andrew Melvin is, it is reported, about to get married to n wealthy American lady, who is a member of tho Salvation Sal-vation Army, and it is at her request re-quest that the business is bei.'ig given tip. It will probably bo hailed as one of tho greatest triumphs of tho army in Scotland that they havo been able to effect the stoppage of a drink iimiiuf..etory. Tho brewery is a small one. It , however, tho oldest of all the Kdinburgh brew-erics, brew-erics, having been started in 1575 Xl'i years '.go. The last brew was mado on Friday last. Meantime the place is being kept open for the sale of tho beer in stock, of which there is a largo iptantity. Tho preuiiws of Itoronghloch arc being olfered to let, a condition of leas-o being that they aro not to be used as a brewery. Tho incident is tho subject of a good deal of comment com-ment in tho south side of Edinburgh.