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Simpson James, slater, 22 Market street
Sinclair Arthur, boot maker, 42 Skene st
Smith Alexander, blacksmith, 45 Market st
Smith Charles McPherson,draper,45 Duff st
Smith James, temperance hotel, 34 Shore
Stalker William, boot maker, 4 Duff street
Steele William.block & spar ma.School hill
Stevenson Charles, shopkeeper, 9 Clergy st
Stevenson Mary (Miss), shopkeeper, Skene st
Stevenson Rachel (Mrs.). shpkpr.Market st
Stewart John, grocer, 22 Duff street
Strachan George, butcher, 36 Duff street
Stuart Donald, painter & decorator, 33
Gellymill street
Telephone (National) Public Call Office, 41
Duff street
Thorn William, joiner, Shand street
Town Hall (James Gray, treasurer). Shore
Union Bank of Scotland Limited (branch)
(William Sinclair Milne, agent; Peter
Swanson, accountant), Shore; draw on
London office, 62 Cornhill E C & Bank
of England E C
Urquhart James, shoe maker, 7 Skene st
Valder Thomas, timber merchant. & vice-
consul for Norway & Sweden, 12 Union rd
Watson Alexander, grocer, High shore
Watson Ann (Mrs.), shopkeeper, 2 Bath st
Watson James, blacksmith, Gellymill st
West & Lvall, fish curers. Union road
West W. & C. I. fish curers, Sebastopol
curing works
West William & Co. printers & booksellers
23 Duff street
West Stephen, blacksmith, Buchan street
West William, insurance agent, 23 Duff st
Williams Arthur, Fife Arms hotel
Wilson A. & W. grocers & ship chandlers,
13 Crook o' Ness street
Wilson George & Co. coal, salt
& whitening merchants,
Crook o' Ness street
Wilson Alexander, grocer, 33Crook o' Ness st
Wilson Alexander, harbour master & in-
surance agent, Town hall
Wilson Alexander Lyall, ship-
broker, surveyor & fish sales-
man, Town Hall buildings
Wilson William Caldwell, boot factor, 15
Duff street
Wiseman Wm.baker.l Crook o' Ness street
MABNOCH, see Abekchirder.
HAKYPAKK, see Inveravon.
MORTLA.CH, see Dufraows.
NEWMILLS, see Keith.
ORD is a quoad sacra parish formed from
Alvah, Banff, Boyndie and Marnoch, and is
about 3 miles south-west of Tillynaught
railway station. Ord shares with Marnoch
the benefits of the Glasgow bequest. Popu-
lation in 1901, 699.
Letters are received through Banff
Established Church, Rev. George Grant
School Board Clerk & Treasurer, Wm. Joss
School, Miss Margaret Adamson, mistress
Grant Rev. George, Ord manse
Fraser John, blacksmith, Manderle
Smith Alexander, carpenter, Quarrycroft
OBDIQTJHILL j s a parish 9 miles south-
west of Banff and 7 south of Portsoy; in
length it is Q miles and in breadth 2J,
with a station (Cornhill), and is in the
email debt court district of Banff. Thomas
Buff Gordon Duff esq. of Park, Cornhill
R.S.O. is the principal landowner. The
parish contains several mineral springs.
Acreage, 4,754; rateable value, £3,751 13s.
lid. ; population in 1891, 684, and in 1901
Cornhill is a small village in the parish
oi Ordiquhill, with a station on the Banff-
shire section of the Great North of Scot-
land railway. A weekly cattle auction is
held on Thursdays at the mart near the
railway station. The Hav Memorial Hall,
opened January 18th, 189~4, and erected at
a cost of £2,500, was presented by William
Hay, of Wyuna, Australia, late anative of
Banffshire. Population in 1891, 111 and
in 1901, 120.
Post, M. O. & Parcel Post Office & S. B.
& Annuity & Insurance Office, Cornhill.
(Railway Sub-Office. Letters should have
R.S.O. Banffshire added); Mrs. Bathia
•Chalmers, postmistress. Dispatches, 9.20
a.m. & 4.20 p.m.; deliveries, 8.25 &
(Receive their letters through Banff.)
Allan George M., J.P. Montbletton
Anderson Frank J.P. Easter Melrose
Clark Rev. Park. T. (Estab.), The Manst
Dykes Rev. David S. United Free Church
Garden Francis Alexander D.L. , J. P.
Troup house
Hutcheon John J.P. Doune park
Ingram James J.P. Middleton of Troup
Mitchell William J.P. Protston
Ogilvie Rev. A. T., U. P. manse
Addison Peter, miller, G'ellymill
Collie James, carpenter, Afforsk
Cruickshank Ohas. carpenter, Longmanhill
Cruickshank James, blacksmith, Pitgair
Godsman Archd. blacksmith, Greenskairs
Henry Lewis, shoe maker & postmaster,
Laird William, carpenter, Northfield
Littlejohn Geo. blacksmith, Protston hill
McRobb James, blacksmith, Easter Headi-
Milne George, blacksmith, Longmanhill
Milne James, saddler, Dubford
Mitchell William, miller, Mill of Melrose
Skene James, grocer, Bush, Longmanhill
Stephen William, grocer, Protston hill
Sutherland Alex, blacksmith, Dubford
Watson William, miller, Mill of Minnonie
Wilson Helen Ogg (Mrs.), postmistress,
Addison Peter, Gellymill
Alexander James, Hilton of Logie
Alexander Robert, Garden
Allan George Morrison, Montbletton
Anderson Alexander, Avaulds
Anderson Francis, Easter Melrose
Anderson Nathaniel, Greenskairs
Anderson William, Outseat
Beedie Mrs. Jane Mary, Pitgair
Begg Mrs. Ellen, Boghead
Birnie Malcolm, Westerton of Nbrthfield
Brown James & George, Crovie
Brown James, Cairnandrew
Chapman Archibald, Easterton of Whitehills
10.10 a.m. & 7.30 p.m. ; no Sunday post.
The telegraph office is at Cornhill station
Clerk to Parish Council & Rate Officer,
Alexander Gray, The Square, Buckie
Registrar of Births, Deaths & Marriages,
Ordiquhill, Alexander Donald M.A. &
session clerk, Gordonstown
Hay Memorial Hall, William Fraser, keeper
Loyal Corncairn Lodge of Oddfellows (No.
1,153), Ordiquhill, Alexander Stewart, see
Established Church, Ordiquhill, Rev. Wm.
United Free Church, Cornhill, Eev. G. G.
Clerk & Treasurer, Alex. Gray, Square,
Ordiquhill (Cornhill), Mrs. Isabella Kemp,
Ordiquhill (Gordonstown), Alex. Donald
M.A. master
Railway Station, Cornhill, George Cowie,
station master
Maedonald Rev. G. G., U. F. O. manse
Macvicar Rev. Wm. (Estab.), The Manse
Donald Alexander M.A. registrar of births
deaths & marriages & session clerk, Gor
Gray George, miller, Nether mills
Hay Memorial Hall (Wm. Fraser, keeper)
Loyal Corncairn Lodge of Oddfellows (No,
1,153) (Alexander Stewart, sec)
Middleton John, shopkeeper, Gordonstown
Stewart John, carpenter, Gordonstown
Webster Joseph, tailor, Gordonstown
Allan George, Auldtown
Benzies James, Inchtamach
Chalmers James, Cornhill
Copeland George, Rothen
Clark John, Darfash
Cowie Alexander, Easter Montbletton
Cowie Alexander, Melrose
Cowie Alexander, jun. Mains of Melrose
Cowie David, Roughward
Cowie James, SUverford
Dalgarno John, Hayhill
Cruickshank Alexander, Afforsk
Donald Walter, Newton of Melrose
Downie Alexander, Hungryhills
Duff Alexander, Bruntyards
Duffus William, Minnonie
Duncan Andrew, Nbrthfield
Duncan John, Mill of Fortrie
Fordyce Francis, Silverford
Gall Alexander & James, Lower Cushnie
Gall John, North Darfash
Gill George, Meikle Bloodymire
Grieve David, Bonnytoun
Hutcheon John, Doune Park
Innes James, Cairnbo
Ingram Jas. Middleton of Troup & Loggia
Ingram William, Dubford
Kidd George, Mains of Draidland
Knox Arthur, Easter Cushnie
Laird Francis, South Cushnie
Mitchell W. <fc W. Palace
Mitchell William, Protston
Morrison Peter, Mains of Cullen
Morrison William, Easter Jackstone
Munro Henry, Gellyhill
Murdoch Alexander, Mill of CuUen
Murdoch James, Birkenbands
Murray Alexander, Hillside
Murray James, Wester Knowhead
Reid Alexander, Balgreen
Rennie John, Findon
Rubb James, Cairnandrew
Shand Alexander & George, Cornhill
Shand Arthur, Headitown
Sharp Adam, Crystaldoune park
Shepherd Alexander, Upper Wanford
Skene George, Sauchenbush
Skene John, Burnside
Smith John, Lightnot
Smith William, Stonewall
Strachan William, Easter Jackstone
Walker Mrs. Isabella, Whitestones
Watson Alex. & Mrs. Isabella, Jacobshall
Watson Alexander, Mains of Whitehills
Watson William, Findon
Wilson James, Wester Jackstone
Young John, Knowhead
Cowie Alexander, Finnygaud
Cowie George, jun. Cairdwell
Cowie John, Culphin
Oowie John, Hornsward
Cowie John, jun. Overton
Davidson George, Scatterty
Dawson William, Glenforkie
Duncan Alexander, Greendykea
Duncan James, Little Rowater
Edward Alexander, sen. Inchford
Edward David, New park
Fiddes Francis, Scatterty
Fiddes Peter, Bogton
Gray George, N'ethermills
Hendry James, Upper Culphin & Castle
Kirkton Alexander, Coxton
Lauder William, Upper mills
Lawrence James, Crossfolds
Mackie Mrs. Alexander, Broom
Milne James, Starmires
Moir David, Berrydrum
Raeburn Andrew, Meikle Rowater
Riddoch John, Hill folds
Ross Alexander, Olaymires
Stewart Alexander, Moss-side
Taylor William, Auchanland
Walker William, Midtown
Whyte James, Swilebog
Williamson Robert, Inchbruick
Chalmers James J.P
Duncan John J.P. Muirake
Chalmers Bathia (Mrs.), postmistress
Chalmers James, grocer & baker
Chalmers John, saddler
Cushnie James, boot & shoe maker
East of Scotland P.H. Trust Limited, inn-
keepers & spirit dealers, Gordon Arms
Johnston Elizabeth (Mrs.), grocer
McKenzie James, wright
Northern Auction Co. Limited, auctioneers
Robertson Charles, blacksmith
Robertson George, grocer & draper
Robertson John Rae, grocer
POBTESSIE is a small coast village in
the parish of Rathven, 1 mile east from
Buckie, with a station on the Great North

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