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ABERDEENSHIRE.
STRIOHEN.
SIATER'S
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
CruicksTiank A.lexandei'. Strichen
Mitchell James, Strichen
Eobertsou John, Strichen
SADDLERS.
Milne William, Aberdour
Smith Geo. (and coach painter), Strichen
SURGEONS.
Gavin William A. j.p. Strichen
Jefferiss Walter R. S. m.d. New Pitsligo
T.aLORS.
Cruden William, Aberdonr
Eddison William, Strichen
GaU John, New Pitsligo
Gill George, Strichen
Gordon Thomas R. New Pitsligo
M'Donald George, Aberdour
Murcar James, Auchmedden, Aberdour
Rankin John, Strichen
Rattray William, New Pitsligo
Bidden Andrew, Aberdour
Eobb Alexander, New Pitsligo
Robertson John & Co. Strichen
Shirras Alexander, Strichen
Sinclair John, Strichen
Stewart wmiam. New Pitshgo
T.aylov James, New Pitsligo
Thomson James, New Pitshgo
VETERINARY SURGEONS.
Anderson James (larrier). New Pitsligo
Keith Alexander, Strichen
MetcaU Francis (farrier), Aberdour
WATCH MAfflERS.
Innes William, New Pitsligo
M'Donald William, Strichen
M'Kenzie James, New Pitshgo
Mitchell James, Strichen
WRIGHTS.
Anderson James, Strichen
Barclay John, New Leeds, Strichen
Birnie James, New Pitsligo
Cassie John W. Strichen
Clark James, Mill of Strichen
Cooper Robert (milliTright), Strichen
, Cousins George, Strichen
I Duncan James, Aberdour
Gall John, Aberdour
Gray Thomas, Strichen
Hay James, Strichen
Lawrence James, Aberdour
Muriaon George, Strichen
Sherron WilUam, Boyndlie, Tyrie
Wallace James, New Pitsligo
Wallace William, New Pitsligo
Watson Alexander, Aberdour
Wilson James, New Pitshgo'
Wilson John, New Pitsligo
MISCELL.ANEOUS.
! Junor D. & Co. brewers & maltsters, New-
mill, Strichen
1 M'Kenzie William, riddle maker, Strichen
' Mason Joseph, slater, Sti-ichen
I Milne George, tinsmith, New Pitshgo
! Reid James, market gardener, Strichen
' Thomson William, basket maker, Strichen
i Vass W. & .\. woollen manufacturers, Strichen
Public Buiiaing-s, Offices, &.C.
INSPECTORS OP POOR
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Aieniour— John S. Wilson, Auchmedden
S*ric/icit— James Caie, Strichen
Tyric — James Morice,New Pitsligo
New Pitsligo Gas Light Co. Limited, New
Pitsligo — John Wilson, manager
Police Station, Strichen — James Taylor, con-
stable
Public Library, New Pitsligo — Rev. W.
Webster, secretary
Rifle Volunteers (17th Aberdeenshire),
Strichen — James Chalmers, captain ; Ser-
geant W. Walden, drill instructor
School Board, New Pitsligo— James Shives,
chairman; -John Duffus, clerk; Alex.ander
Edward, ofScer
School Board, Strichen — John Sleigh, chair-
man; James Caie, clerk; Anihew Clark,
ofiicer
School Board, Tyiic — George Ogilvie, chair-
man ; John Stewart, clerk
Stamp Office, New Pitshgo— James Shives,
sub-distributor
Strichen Gas Light Co. Limited, Strichen —
James Cliahners, secretary
Town's House, Strichen
PLACES OF WORSHIP
AND THEIB MINISTERS.
BSTABLISHEI) Chdhches:—
Strichen— Rev. Charles Stewart, m.a.
Aberdour — Rev. James Y.'ilsou, 3I.A.
New Pitsligo— Rev. John Loutit
Tyrie — Rev. Alexander Milne
CONGKEGATIOSAI. CllAPEL, New PitsligO —
Rev. James Hodge
FuEE CHURCH,.Aberdour — Rev.Wm. BI'Robbie
Free Chdbch, Now Pitshgo— Rov. Robert
Taylor
Free Church, Strichen— Rev. John Tainsh
EwscoPAL Church, New Pitsligo — Rev.
William Webster
Episcopal Church, Strichen — Rev. Charles
Robertson, M..V.
United PRESEYXERiAN,New Leeds, Strichen
—Rev. Thomas F. 'nTiillas
Roman Catholic Chapel. Woodsidc,
Strichen— Rev. William Farcjubar
REGISTRARS
OF BIRTHS, DEATHS AND MARRIAGES, FOR
Ahe7-dour — James FowHe
New Pitslifio — David Sturrocli
strichen — James Clark
Ti/yi'-' — Alexander Couplaud
CONVEYANCE BY R.ULWAY, , -
ON THE FRASERIJURGH EXTENSION OF THE
FORM.ARTINE AND BUCHAN SECTION OF THE
GREAT NORTH OF SCOTLAND RAILWAY.
Station, Strichen — George Mark, station
master
Statiun, MoRMOND — Archib.ald Stephen,
station master
COACH.
To FRASERBURGH and ROSEHEARTY,
from Aberdour, daily — William Gerrard,
proprietor
CARRIERS.
To ABERDEEN, John Duncan, from Now
Pitsligo, I\Iondav and Wednesday
To aberdour; James Urquhart, from
Strichen, Thursday
To FRASESBURGH, Alexander Laird, from
.^.lierdour, Friday
To PETERHEAD, John Findlay, from New
Pitsligo, Tuesday
To STRICHEN, 'James Urqnhart, from
A.berdour, Thursday
To TURRIFF, John Duncan, from New
Pitsligo, Saturday
TARLAND AND MIGVIE,
COULL, LEOCHEL-CUSHNIE AND LOGIE-COLDSTONE.
J. ARLAND and MIGVIE, united parishes, form a very irregular ^ and Vv'eduesday after S-2nd, or on that day if a Tuesday, in Kovem-
and disiointed district on the western borders of Aberdeenshire. | ber. Population of the uuited parish of Tarland and Migvio in 1871,
The village of Tarland— which is a bmgh of barony— is 31 miles 1,375, and of the village of Tarland, 815.
£romAbCTdeen,16fromAliord,7fromAboyne andl2fromB^^^ ^^^^^ i^ ^ parish in the district of Marr-tho liirk is about an
situated nearly in the centre of tliedistnct of Oroma^^^^^^^ j^.^^^ Aberdeen, lying at the head of Strathcromar, and
south by -Aboyne. It is a finely
in shape, and generally fertile
A „ n - .„i.,t „„„^ ],.. j.i,v. i — t-uc uiii_, iiuinoiia ocmy, iioMuver, blealc and pastoral. The ruins
ameliorating the latter inconvenience. A small iivulet runs by the j „j jj^^ ^j^ ^^^^^, ^j ^^^^^j; ,^,.^ distinguishable, bat of its
village, and falls into the river Dee, near Aboyne i illage, and a ! ^,,^i^^i possessors little is known. Population in 1871, S-ia.
detached part of the parish is watered uy the Don. Branches, j '
respectively of the Union Bank of Scotland and tho Aberdeen; Leochel and Cushnie are united in one parish, and contain two
Town and County Bank have been lately estahlislied in this burgh. : ancient castles, now in ruins, called Linturk and Corse ; in t!io
F.airs pre held on the Wcdnesdav before the 5th of Januar.v, and on 1 laltcr were bo
about the viUage are mostly level, but the gr.ater proper, on 01 tho I g^^^^^ j^.^^ j,^^ ^^- ^» ^^^ ^^^,
parish is mountainous, and the seasons are cold; the woods, which , s|,<.itcrod tract of land, tri.angular ii
£avo been planted waihowevei-, be the meai«^^ of ma^^na J _^^^ j^jj, .y^^^ ^^i bo°.eyev, 1
born several of the Forbes, one of whom (Patric,
August,
POS1? ©S^S'ZCES, Tarland, John Hay, Pofit JMastci; — Letters arrive from all parts at twelve noon, and are despatched
half-past five morning.
'^ Telegraph Ojhee.
Post Ouice, CaAiGiEVAR, George .\dam. Post jl/aa^cr.— Letters arrive fi'om all parts at twelve noon, .and are despatched
half-past nine morning.
ACADEMIES & SCHOOLS. BAKERS.
PUBLIC Schools:- 1 Grant Charles, T.arland
CouU-John Kohbie, mas.er j^-^^^^ j^^^^ Tarland
GENTRY & CLERGY.
Clark Sir John, Tarland ^ , . „, . ,
Coitman William B, Esq. Deskvie Shiel,
Lcie-Coldstone [Coldstono
David.;oa Rov. George, The Manse, Logie-
Farquharson Mrs. Margaret, Corrachrec
Forbes Sir Charles, Skellater
Forbes Lieutenant General — , Candioraig
I'orbes Sir WiUiam, Craigievar Castle
Lawson Mr. WiUiam, 3t.B. Tarland
Richie Rev. Andrew, CouU
Koliirtsou Mr. .\ndre «, Tarland
Ross Mr. Hf.rry, Tarland
Ross James, Esq. Tarland
Skinner Rev. William, Tarlana
Smith Eey, James, Tarland
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Cushnie — William Reid, master
Leochel — William P^eid, master
Logie-Coldstoue — Rev.John Michio, master
Jligvie — Thomas Henderson, master
Tarland — James Ratteray, master
BANKS.
Aberdeen Town & County Bank (Branch)
— (h-aws on the head ofHee, Aberdeen, the
Royal Bank of Scotland, Edinburgh,, and
the' Joint Stock Bank, London— .Andrew
Robertson, agent
AGENTS.
Pi'octor .Tames (to Northern .\S3urauce Co.)
Te.rland _ „
Robertson AnrUew M. D. (factor to H.R.H. Union Bank op Scotland (Branch)— draws
the Prince of Wales), Tarland > on Glyn, MiUs & Co. London, and the head
Ross Harrv (bank agent and factor for Henry otHces iuGlasgow, Edinburgh & Aberdeen
Gordon Wolrlge, of Hillhead), Tarland
1-1
—Harry Boss, agent

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