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DIRECTORY.
HAMILTON.
lanarkshir:
PLACES OF WORSHIP— continued.
pREE Churches^
Bothwell — Rev. Andrew Boak
Burnbank rcl — Rev. Thomas M. B. Paterson
Duke st — Rev. Genrfre Wallace, ai.A.
Larkball— Rev. William Findli^y
TJddiugston — vacant
United PaEsBTTEniAN Chucches —
Aucbinj^raraout— Rev. Peter C. Duucauson
Botbwell — Rev. Andrew Liddell
Brandon st— Rev. Jobn T. M'Fiulane
Chapel st — Rev. Thomas French
Larkhall — Rev. John Shearer
Uddingston— Rev. John TiI'Luckio
Windmill road — Rev. Thos. R. Anderson
CoNGREOATiONAL CHURCH, Auchingi'amont
— Rev. Daniel Jackson
EVANGEMCAL UnION—
Larkhall — Rev. George Wood
Park road — vacant
Gospel Hall, Baillie's causeway
Roman Catholic Chapels —
Cadzow st— Rev. James Danaher, priest
Larkhall— Rev. Donald Mackay
MECHANICS' INSTITUTION,
Cadzow Street.
President — William A. Main
Treasurer — John Rae
Secretary— George Turner
L^ibraHan — William Dalziel
POLICE COURT— BURGH,
Borough Buildings, Duke Street.
Judges — Burjh Magistrates
Procurator J'iscal— Captain James S. Cullen
PRISON,
Beckford Street.
Governor — George Maekay
Matron — Mary Wallace
Surgeon — Walter W. Lennox, bi.d.
Chaplain — Rev. James A. Campbell
REGISTRARS OF BIRTHS, DEATHS,
AND MARRIAGES.
Hamilton— W\niD.m Moffat, 19 Cadzow st
Bothwell— Wnimm M'Nab, City of Glasgow
Bank, Bothwell
Larkhall — James Anderson
TOWN COUNCIL AND POLICE
COMMISSION.
(Meets on the first Thursday of every
month.)
Provost— John Clark Forrest, Esq.
Bailie — Andrew Cassels
Bailie — James Thorburn
Bailie — James Cairns
Councillors — James Keith, John Rae, James
Mackie, Gavin Paterson, Gavin Cross,
Robert Archibald, John Tainsh, & James
Sommerville
Treasurer — James Mackie
Town CZerfc- Edward Pellew Dykes
SHERIFF COURT.
County Hall, Almada street.-
(Meets for despatch of business on Tuesday,
at eleven forenoon, and Friday, at twelve
noon.)
S;ier(#— Francis W. Clark, Esq,
Sheriff Substitute— John B. L. Birnie, Esq.
Acting Sheriff Substiluf ex (in the absence of
'- the ordinary Sheriflf Substitute) — John
Austinp, Esq. & Alexander Grant, Esq.
Sheriff Clerk— GeorQB Sellar
Sheriff Clerk Depute — William Paterson
Procurator Fiscal for tlie Sherl^ Court — James
Alston Dykes
Auditor — William Paterson
JUSTICE OF PEACE COURT,
County Buildings, Almada Street.
(An oidinary court is held every Monday, at
twelve noon.)
Judges — Loe.al Justices
Clerk -James Gebbie
Clerk Depute— J a.mes Naismith
Barracks ('Cavalry). Bothwell road
Barracks (Infantry), Almada st
Barracks (Militia staff). Barrack st
Borough Buildings, Duke st
Bothwell and Uddingston Gas Co. Limited,
Uddingston — Robert Brace, secretary;
Lawrence Hislop, manager
Cemetery, Bent — -Tames Peebles, treasurer
Chamberlain's Ofliee, Hamilton Palace —
Alexander Taylor, mineral manager ; Dun-
can C. Barr, cashier; George Paterson,
clerk of works
County Buildings, Almada st
County Rates Office (Hamilton district),
City of Glasgow Bank, Cadzow st— Jolin
Clark Forrest, collector
6as Works, Portland place— William Dun-
lop, manager
Gas Works, Larkhall — John Mutter, manager
Hamilton Agricultural Society — Robert
Kirklaud, secretary
Hamilton, Blantyre, and Cambuslang Agri-
cultural Society — Lawson S. Smellie,
secretary
Hamilton Club, Limited, 34 Castle st —
David Matthew, secretary
Hamilton Combination Poor House, Both-
well road — George Edwards, governor;
Charlotte Edwards, matron ; James
Loudon, M.n. surgeon ; Rev. John M'Far-
lanc, chaplain
Hamilton, Douglas & Clydesdale Skating &
Ourling Club — William Forrest, secretary
Hamilton Curling Club, Townhead st— Robt.
Shearer, secretary
Inland Revenue Office (stamps and taxes),
73 Cadzow st — James Annan, sub-distribu-
tor & collector
Lanarkshire Curling Club, Hamilton— Wm.
Forrest, treasurer; Colin Spalding, sec
Lanarkshire Farmers' Society, Hamilton —
Duke of Hamilton, president ; William
Mum-o, secretary; Wm. Forrest, treasurer
LandVaiuation, Property, Income .t Assessed
Tax Office, 30 Almada st— William A.
Dykes, clerk to the commissioners of in-
come tax ; Thomas M. Black, assessor and
surveyor
Orderly Room (First Administrative Battal-
ion Volunteers), Muir t
; Parochial Board Offices, 10 Church s
; Alexander L. Smith, inspector o pof
j James Mackie, collector of poor rat
I Holmes st. For Dalserf parish— Jam
Andereon. Larkhall, inspector; Thorn.
, Duncan, Larkhall, collector for Bothwel
i John Torrance, collector, Union st. Hanii
i ton
Police Office (Burgh), Duke st— Jas. Storri
j Cullen, superintendent
I Police Office (County), Beckford st— Com
I mander Wallace Bruce M'Hardy, n.N,
I chief constable; Peter Carmichael,distri''
inspector; John Macpherson, general i,
' spector & clerk
Public Library, Bothwell- William N'Nab
secretary
Town Clerk's Office, Duke st— Edward Pel-
lew Dykes, clerk
Town Surveyor's Office, 19 Cadzow st— Robt
Watson, surveyor
Victoria Public Hall, Uddingston
Water Works Office, 19 Cadzow st— Robert
W.atson, surveyor; Jas. Peebles, collector
Weights & Measures Office, Duke st— James
S. Cullen, inspector
Young Men's Christian Association Hall,
Church st — James Young, secretary
COACHES & OMNIBUSES.
To BOTHWELL and UDDINGSTON, fr.
Central station once a day
To MOTHERWELL, an Omnibus fro
Douglas and Clydesdale, several times
dav
To WISHAW, from the Douglas and Clydes
dale Inn, several times a day
I CONVEYANCE BY RAILYv'^AY,
j ON THE CALEDONIAN LINE (GLASGOW ANl
HAMILTON SECTION.)
I '
; Hamilton (Central Station), Quarry st-
I Robert Kilpatrick, superintendent; Josep
' M'Nay, station master
Hamilton (West Station), Olydesdiile
Alexander shearer, station master
Station at Bothwell— John Edgar, stat
master
Station at Fall side —Andrew M'Lachl;
station master [masi
Station at Ferniegair— John Hill, stati
Station at Larkhall— Archibald Beato
station master
Station at Uddingston— Thoe. Eallantyn
station master
Stations at Meikle, Earnock and <^u:."T3
CARRIERS.
To GLASGOW and intermediate place,
J. Coats, from 73 Cadzow st
To GLASGOW and intermediate place:
William Steel, from Larkhall, on Tuesda
and Friday
HOLYTOWN,
BELLSHLLL, GREENHILL, MOSSEND, NEWHOUSE, NEW STEVENSTON, SALSBURG, TILLINGBUEN, SHOTTS ANP
NEIGHBOURHOODS.
XlOLYTOWN is an extensive village, and quoad sacra parish, , Original Secessionists bava a place of Tvorsliip hero. Population
disjoined aurl formed into n separate ecclesiastical district, though ' in iS71, 553.
still rated in the parish of Bothwell for parochial purposes ; it is [ TiLLisoBnEH is a hamlet near to the village of Grconhill and
also in the middle ward of Lanarkshire, and ten miles east from i ahont four miles east from Holytown and two miles from Bellside
Glasgow. The village derives its chief support from the extensive station, on the Clelaud and Mid-Calder branch of the Calcd.mian
collieries in the neighbourliood, and the Mossend Iron Companv'3 Railway. There is a probability of the mineral and foods lino from
and the Clydesdale Iron Company's Worlis, which give employment Bellside to Salsburg being opened for passeiiser traffic at an early
to a large number of persons. There are places of worship of the date. The works of James Siunro, Esq., artilieial manure and agrij
Establishment, and also a Board school. A station on the Cale- cultural implement maker, are situated in tliis hamlet.
tif"""" Railway is within half a mile of the village. Population in | The parish of Shotts lies in the north-east corner of the county,
1871, ",197. and is fourteen miles in length by about ten in breadth, bounded
Bellbhit.i. is a large village in the p.arish of Bothwell, nno mile i by New Monldand on the mirth, Bothwell oa the wtst, Cambus-
west from Holytown, on the through road to Glasgow. Like Holy- nethan on the south, and the county of Linlithgow on the east • the
town, its chief support is derived from coUieries in the vicinity. I Amon and the Avon have their sources within the district which is
Tne United Presbyterians and Eviingelic.alUnionists h,.ve places of ; likewise watered bv the streams of the North and Souih Caldsr
worship. Popul.ation in 1871, 2,233. i running through the extensive reservoir and Lilly Loch which
Newhocse is a hamlet two miles east from Holytown. [ supplies the Forth and Clyde canal, as likewise several miPs. The
GKEF.Nnir.r. is a small village about four miles east from H^lv- | parish abounds in coal and limestone. The church stands on the
town !\''.\ .nie from Bellside station. There are extensive collieries s nth road between Edinburgh and Glasgow, on a bare aiidolevated
In tho ue:ghbourhoo.l. and half a mile distant are the extensive part of the district. liiteen niiit-s from Glasgow and twniHy.seveu
quarries of ISIessrs. Gihb, M'Intyre & AnceU. Tliere is also a Board from Edinburgh. There is a school here, endowed by tho late Mr.
school. „ „ , , „ , . Wilson, of ■\Vhitehurn, which is now under the .School Board!
bAlsBUEO, baUyshuiQh or Sahburgh is a Tillage in tho parish of Acreage of the parish, 24,D44 ; population in 1871 8 353
Shotts, five miles east and in the postal district of Holytown. The
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