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Station, Erskine st— James Wilkie, agent
for good8 and passenger departments;
William Petrie, goods manager
Omnibitses from the Star and Queen's Hotels
await the arrival and departure of trains
Carting Agent to the Caledonian Railway Co.
— Alexander Neilson, Erskine st. and
Chapel place
Station, Dubton, two miles and a half from
Montrose— William GiUam, station master
Station, Bridge of Dun, about four miles
from Montrose — William Mann, station
Office, Erskine Street,
Agent — William Esplin
Carting Agents— J. & H.Burnes3,4 & 5 Baltic st
To ARBROATH, James Carrie, from South
Esk st. Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday i
To AUCHINALE,JohnAllan,from Burnett's,
1(36 Mm-ray st, Friday i
To BERVIE, John Stewart, from the Black ;
Horse, Tuesday and Friday i
To BRECHIN, James Fleming, from the
Black Horse, daily, Thursday excepted
To BURN, Wilham Aitken, from the White
Horse, Friday !
To EDZELL. Traction Engine, Commercial i
Co. Sheds, Monday 1
To FETTERCAIRN, John Edgar, from the
White Horse, Tuesday & Friday
To GLENESK, J. Ross, from the Eagle
Inn, Friday
To JOHNSHAVEN, William Watson, from
the White Horse, Tuesday & Friday
To LUTHERMUIR, — from the Black
Horse, Tuesday & Friday ; Richard Emslie,
calls at shops, "Monday & Friday
To MARYKTRK, William Silver, from the
Eagle lun, Tuesday & Friday
To SAINT CYRUS, J. CroU, from the Eagle
Inn yard, Monday, Wednesday & Friday
To NEWCASTLE, the schooner ^iHH, from,
the Wet dock— Robert Gibbons, agent
To LONDON, the steamship, Drumhendryy
from the Wet dock— James Hughes, agent
XMeWTYLE is a parish and village— the latter situated on the .and three-quarters in breadth, including a portion of the.Sidliw
road from Dundee to Meigle (in Perthshire), eleven miles north-east hills, from which the lands decline into the rich flat exposure of
from the former town, and somewhat above two south from the lat- ! Strathmore. Near the village are the remains of the castle of Hat-
ter. It is a station on the Dundee and Newtyle section of the ton, built by Lawrence, Lord Oliphant, in the year 1575 ; and conti-
Caledonian Kailway. The neighbourhood is very pleasant and : guous to these ruins soine vestiges are visible of the stiU more
picturesque, and the village itself respectable. In the summer ancient castle of Balcraig. This parish, which embraces an area of
season it is a resort for visitors, especially h-om Dundee. It pre- ' 5,192 acres, in 1871 contained a population of 931 ; at the same period
sents inducements to manufacturers from Dundee and otlier towns the vUlage numbered 613.
to establish works in this district, land being comparatively cheap Kettins is a parish four miles from Newtyle, and one and a half
and wages low; the locality of Newtyle is likewise considered most from Coupar- Angus ; a small portion of the parish is situated in
eUgible as a depot for grain and other agricultural produce. The Perthshire, the greater part being in the western district of Forfar-
inhabitants of the village are occupied in agi-icultural pursuits, shire.on the southsideof thevaUey of Strathmore,andon the northern
The village is well supplied with gas from works in connection with declivity of the Sidlaw hills. The length from east to west is four
Mr. Robert Thomas's artificial manure manufactory. A church of miles, the breadth from north to south three, inclusive of Bandirran,
the Establishment has been erected upon the site of the old one at which is detached. It is delightfully situated on a Utile stream,
a cost of £3,000, and is capable of accommodating (560 worshippers, which, after passing Coupar-Augus, falls into the Isla. The parish
This is a handsome building in the Norman-Gothic style of archi- generally is tolerably fertile, and contains quarries of excellent
lecture, with a tower 85 feet in height, containing a two-dial clock ; sandstone, very durable for building purposes. The parish church,
the clock was presented by Captain D. C. Burman. The editice was erected in 1768, anciently had six chapels dependent upon it. The
opened for public worship in 1873, Andrew Heiton, Esq., of Perth, castle of Pitcur, a mile south of the church, and now in ruins, gives
being the architect. There is also a Free Church and an United title to the ancient and honourable family of Hallyburtoh. Kettins
Presbyterian Church in the village. The parish, which hes in the parish encloses an area of 7,796 acres, and in 1871 had a populaton
south-west part of the county, extends two miles in length by one of 775.
STSTB-POSX office:, Newxyle.— Letters from all parts arrive (from Coupar-Angus) at twenty minutes before eight Inornlng
and half- past twelve noon, and are despatched thereto at twenty minutes past twelve noon, and five afternoon.
Money Order and Telegraph Office and Savings Banle.
*+* Letters for Newtyle and Kettins should be addressed '
Bett Mr. David Inches, Newhall House»
Brown Mr. .James, Newtyle
Cardan Mr. David, Mill House, Newtyle
Crichtou Mrs. Ellen, Newtyle
Fleming Rev. -James, Kettins
Fleming Rev. John, Newtyle
Geekie Alexander, Esq. of Ealdowrie
Hallyburton the Right Hon. Lord J. F. Q.
HiiUyburton House
Hardie Mr. John, Newtyle
Howat Mr. Edward, Bannatyne House
Lunau Rev. George E. The Manse, Newtyle
Mills Mr. David M. surgeon, Newtyle
Murray Mungo, Esq. of Lintrose
Ogilvy Mr John, South Gask, Kettins
Robertson Mr. William, Newtyle
Rutherford Captain John, Newtyle
Stevenson Mr. Andrew, Newtyle
Strathern Miss Ann, Newtyle
Webster George Murray, Esq. m.d. Bandirran
Whittou Mrs. Agues, Newtyle
Whitton .\udrew, Esq. Couston, Newtyle
Whittou, Mr. William, Newtyle
Wilson Mr. James, Newtyle
Pdbhc Schools:—
Kettinv-Donald M'Queen, master ; Bar-
bara Kennedy, mistress
Newtyle — Peter Ferguson, master; Cather-
ine Stevenson, mistress
CoaiiTERciAL Bank of Scotland, Newtyle
(Branch)— draws on the London & West-
minster Bank, & Coutte & Co. London —
Andrew Whitton, agent— See advertiaemen
Anderson Jane, Newbigging
Bell David, Auchtertyre
Brown Thomas, Nethermill
Chaplain Robert, Newbigging
Donaldson John, Denend
HoodJam.es, Pitnappie
M^Kay John, Kirktou
Miller James, Millhole, Pitnappie
Miller James, Davi(lstone
Miller John, Bannatvre
Miller William, Keiilor
Moon Alexander, Newbigging
Simpgou Alexander, Harton Farm
Soot David (representatives of), Kinpurnie
Stevenson Elizabeth, Newbigging
Anderson Andrew, Kinnochtry & Boreland
Barclay Robert, North Ballo
Bett David Inches, Newhall House
Buttar David, South Corston
Farquharson Francis, Greenburns
Ferguson James, Netber Balunie
Gentle James (heirs of), North Corston
Granger John, Mains of Pitcur
Hood Charles, Keillor
Hunter James, KnoUhead
M'Ai-thur Duncan, East Ardler
M'Hardy Rev. Donald, Tullybaccart
M'Kenzie Charles, Rosebank
Myles David N. (and miller). Mill of Peattie
Ogilvy Jotm, South Gask
Osier William, West Ardler
Reid Joshua, Colbeggie
Robei-tsou Thomas & Robert, HiUfoot
Smart James, Wester Leys
Smith John, Kinnochtry
Spalding Charles (representatives of), Ashley
Storrier Wilham, Locket & CoUward
Watoon Da-^id, Home Farm of Bandirran
Watson George, Balgove
, Watson John, Newton
by CouPAR- Angus."
Watson John & Robert, Peattie
Whittet James (& miller), Bandirran
Marked thus + are also Spirit Dealers.
Anderson Jane, grocer
Boyle Thomas, gi'ocer & draper
Brown John, grocer
Brown Thomas, corn miller, Nether Mill
Cottrell Frances, Belmont Inn
Cramond John, wright, Kettins
Duncan David, boot maker
Duncan Geofge S. clerk & treasurer to the
School Board of Nowtyle, Blaii-gowrie
Finley William, grocer, spirit dealer, &c.
Gibson Jane, draper
Gray- John, builder
Gray Robert, vintner
Hardie David, blacksmith
Henry John, commercial traveller [burton
Ireland James, blacksiuith, Leys of Hally-
Jack Elizabeth, grocer
Jack John, joiner & cartwright
Leslie William, tailor
MiUar Jane, baker
Rattray Janet, grocer, Kettins
Reid David, mason and builder, Leys of
Reid Thomas, millwright
Roberts Alexander, bootmaker
Robertson Jas. M. grain & manure agent, &c
Simpson Sarah, Commercial Inn
Stevenson Alexander, blacksmith, Kettins
Stewart James, blacksmith, Kettins
Tait Joseph, shoemaker, Kettins
Thomas Robert, chemical manure raannfao-
turer, Chemical Works
Walker James, shoemaker

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