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DIRECTORY.]
the late Miss Duncan, of Edengrove, for
the benefit chiefly of the working classes;
it consists of two reading rooms, library,
well stocked with books, recreation ana
billiard room and lecture hall, and is
managed by trustees. Near the station
is a stone statue erected to the memory
-of David Maitland McGill Crichton, a pro-
minent county gentleman, who took a
leading part in the disruption of the
Tree Church in 1843. The Cupar Bell-
Baxter school, an endowed secondary
â– school, with a primary department, waB
â– endowed in the year 1832 by the famous
â– educationalist, Dr. Bell, and received a
-second endowment in 1873 from Sir David
Baxter bart. of Kilmaron. It is governed
"by a body of eleven persons. Cupar is
the head quarters of the Fife Royal Garri-
son Artillery (Militia), the Fifeshire and
""Forfarshire Imperial Yeomanry and A
Squadron of the Begiment, and of K Co.
6th (Fifeshire) Volunteer Battalion the
Black Watch (Royal Highlanders). Kil-
â– maron Castle is the property of Thomas
â– Morgan Boyd esq. Jame3 Carnegie esq.
J.P. of Ayton, and James Home Bigg esq.
<of Tarvit are the principal landowners.
The weekly market for corn is held on
Tuesday, and a cattle market on Tuesday
â– once a month. The area comprises 5,736
■acres; rateable value, £31,897; the popu-
lation in 1891, 6,990 and in 1901, 6.768, in-
•cluding 451 in the burgh. Included in the
total population was 81 officials and 533
inmates of Fife and Boss District Asylum.
The number of electors on the parliamen-
tary register in 1901 was 766. The vil-
lages of Springfield and Cupar Muir are
in this Darish. The population of Spring-
field in 1901 was 785.
Post, T., M. 0., T. M. 0., E. D. & P. P.,
S. B. & A. & I. 0. & Tele-
phone Exchange, Cro3sgate, Cupar ;
James B. Smith, postmaster. De-
liveries, 7.15 & 8.50 a.m. & 3.40 &
'6.20 p.m. ; dispatches, north, 7.45 & 10.30
a.m. & 2.45. 5.20, 7 & 9.35 p.m.; south,
â– 6.15 & 10.15 a.m. & 12.20, 1.20, 3.30, 4.15
& 7.30 p.m.; Sundays, 7.20 a.m. & 5.35
jp.m
LIEUTENANCY COURT,
â– County buildings, St. Catherine street.
Lord Lieutenant. The Right Hon. the Earl
of Elgin & Eincardine K.G., G.C.S.I.,
G.C.I.E
Deputy Lord Lieutenant, Robert Cathcart,
of Pitcairlie
Clerk to the Lieutenancy, William Duncan
Patrick
BURGH OF CUPAR MUNICIPAL LIST,
Town Hall, St. Catherine street.
Provost, David D. Watson
Bailies, John Arnot, William L. Brown &
Adam Taylor
Town Councillors, eighteen
Dean of Guild, John Moore
Burgh Treasurer, R. J. Davidson
Town Clerk, John Lindsay Anderson
Depute Town Clerk, Bobert Myles
Town Chamberlain, T. W. Davidson
Burgh Assessor, Philip Sulley
Procurator Fiscal, Thomas W. Davidson
Medical Officer of Health, Charles Edward
Douglas M.D., CM
Chief Constable, James F. Bremner
Inspector of Weights & Measures, George
B. Robertson
Burgh Surveyor & Water Inspector, John
T. Kirkaldy
Town Officer & Billet Master & Sanitary
Inspector, George White
BURGH COURT.
Judges, The Provost & Bailies
Burgh Procurator, Thos. W. Davidson
COUNTY POLICE OFFICE,
County buildings.
Chief Constable, James Fleming Bremner
Superintendent & Deputy Chief Constable,
Charles Hunter
SHERIFF'S COURT,
County buildings.
Held every thursday for civil business.
Sheriff, Charles Kincaird Mackenzie
Sheriff Substitute,SamuelBeveridge Armour
Sheriff Clerk, R. J. Davidson
Procurator Fiscal, Henry H. Brown; J. K.
Tasker, depute & J. E. Grosset, depute
FIFESHIRE.
Bar Officer, George White
Keeper of Court Buildings, C. M'Gregor
SHERIFF'S SMALL DEBT COURT,
Held in the County buildings every thurs-
day.
Sheriff, ^neas James George Mackay
Sheriff Substitute, Saml.Beveridge Armour
Sheriff Clerk, R. J. Davidson
JUSTICE OF PEACE COURTS,
Held in the four divisions of the county.
Justice of Peace Clerk at Cupar, Robert
Osborne Pagan
Procurator Fiscal, James F. Bremner
SOLICITORS' SOCIETY,
County buildings.
Dean, J. E. Grosset
Vice-Dean, R. 0. Pagan
Secretary, J. K. Tasker
County Assessment Offices, 12 St. Catherine
street, David Osborne, collector
PARISH COUNCIL.
13 members.
Chairman, John William Williamson
Clerk, James A. Welch, sen
Medical Officer, Charles Edward Douglas
M.D., CM
Collector of Rates for the parish, James
A. Welch, sen
Inspector of Poor & Registrar of Births,
Deaths & Marriages, James A. Welch,
sen. 132 Bonnygate
INLAND REVENUE OFFICE,
78 Crossgate.
Collector of Income Tax for Fife & Kinross,
W. B. New, Perth
i.c£'.n£ Collector & Distributor of Stamps.,
M. L. Fox, Cupar
Surveyor of Taxes, Philip Sulley
Supervisor, Henry Carleton
Excise Officer, James Williamson
FIFE & KINROSS DISTRICT LUNATIC
ASYLUM,
Cupar-Fife.
Medical Superintendenfc,Adam Robert Turn-
bull M.B., CM
Assistant Physicians, W. C. Anderson &
F. R. Bremner
Clerk to the Board,. David Osborne
House Steward, James Paul
FIFE ROYAL GARRISON ARTILLERY
(MILITIA).
Head Quarters, Cupar-Fife.
Commanding, Lieut. -Col. & Hon. Col. G-.
M. Boothby
Major, Alexander Moubray
Instructor of Artillery, Hon. Major G. H.
Fenner
Adjutant, Capt. C S. S. Curties
IMPERIAL YEOMANRY.
FIFE AND FORFAR.
Head Quarters, Cupar-Fife.
Lieut. -Colonel, Sir J. Gi'mour bart. V.D.
(hon. col)
Majors, T. H. Erskine V.D., A. Mitchell,
AV. Marshall & J. Gilmour, jun
Adjutant, Capt.G.A.Burgoyne(3rd Dgn.Gds)
Quartermaster, Hon, Major D. Osborne V.D
Medical Officers, Surgeon-Capt. T. F.Dewar
M.B. & Surgeon-Lieut. A. Grant-Mac-
donald M.B
Veterinary Officer, Veterinarv-Surgeon J.
MeLauchlan Young M.E.C.V.S
Acting Chaplain, Rev. J. R. Burt
Squadron Sergt. -Major, Henry Vine
A Squadron, Major, T. H. Erskine V.D. ;
Capt. A. Lawson, second in command;
Squad. -Sergt. -Major Horace Montague,
drill instructor
VOLUNTEERS.
6th (Fifeshire) Volunteer Battalion, The
Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)(K Co.),
Capt. & Hon. Major H. D. Henderson;
Surg. -Major C E. Douglas, medical
officer; Rev. J. R. Scoular, acting chap-
lain; Col.-Sergt. William Boss, 78 Cross-
gate, drill instructor
Burgh Weighing Machine, Railway place,
Robert Ramsay, weigher
Cemetery, South road, William Gold, supt
Cupar Corn Exchange Co. Limited, St. Cath-
erine street, John K. Tasker, sec. &
treasurer
Cupar Educational Trust, R. J. Davidson,
St. Catherine street, clerk
CUPAE-F1FE.
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Duncan Institute, Crossgate, James Roger
Black, sec. ; David Soutar,, librarian
Masonic Hall (St. John's & St. Begulua
Lodges),, 74 Bonnygate, Henry Adamson,
sec
Riding School & Gymnasium, West park
Slaughter Houses, Kirkgate
Telephone Call Office, 50 Crossgate
Town Hall, St. Catherine street
Union Street Hall, South Union street
PLACES OF WORSHIP.
Old Established Church, Kirkgate & St.
Michael's, Westport, Rev. John R.
Scoular & Rev. Robert Frizelle B.A
United Free Churches, Bonnygate, Rev.
James T. Ferguson M.A
Bonnvgate, Rev. Archibald B. Cape M.A
Westport (Boston), Rev. Joseph H. Leckie
Episcopal (St. James's)„St. Catherine street,
Rev. Mark Napier Rice B.A. Selwyn Coll.
Camb
Baptist, Provost wynd, Rev. John Holden
Roman Catholic, Mitigate
BELL-BAXTER SCHOOL.
Peter MacDougall Ph.D. Heidelberg, hd.mstr
Miss Kate H. Carswell, head mistress
Assistant Masters, William Reid M.A.Glas-
gow; James D. McPetrie M.A. Aberdeen
& Albert Thonaille, Paris
Art Master, William H. Smpson
Assistant Mistresses, Miss H. Murray, Mis3
Maxwell & Miss Niven LL.A
Clerk & Factor, R. J. Davidson
Janitor & Drill Instructor, Staff-Sergeant
Johnston
SCHOOL BOARD.
Parish of Cupar.
Clerk for the Burgh, J. L. Anderon, 64
Crossgate
Clerk for the Parish, William D. Patrick,
County building
Board Schools: —
Castle Hill, David Struth B.A. master &
3 male & 7 female assistants
Kirkgate, Miss Lizzie Sharp, mistress
Cupar Muir, Miss Isa C. Cumming,mistress
NEWSPAPERS.
Dundee Advertiser (branch office) (Alex-
ander Westwood & Son, agents; pub-
lished daily), 20 Crossgate
Dundee Courier & Weekly News (D. Esplin,
reporter) ; branch office, 55 Crossgate sb
Fife Herald & Journal (John & George
Innes, proprietors & publishers ; pub-
lished Wednesday), 8 Bonnygate
Fife News (John & George Innes. proprie-
tors & publishers!; published friday), 8
Bonnygate
People's Journal (Alexander Westwood &
Son, publishers; published Saturday), 20
Crossgate
St. Andrew's Citizen (John & George Innes,
proprietors & publishers ; published fri-
day), 8 Bonnygate
CONVEYANCE BY RAILWAY,
On the Edinburgh & Dundee branch of the
North British line.
Station, Station road, Robert Stewart, sta-
tion master
PRIVATE RESIDENTS.
Adam Robert, Gowan park
Aitken Thomas, Ormelie, West park
Alexander Misses, Southfield
Anderson William Corsar M.B. Fife &
Kinross District Lunatic Asylum
Anderson John Lindsay, Ladyinch
Anderson Mrs. Trafford cot. Cupar Muir
Ashton Mrs. Carlisle lodge, James place
Auld Mrs. 13 Millgate
Baillie James Richard, 98 Bonnygate
Berwick James, lona cottage, Westfield av
Black Alexander, James place
Black James Roger, Castlebank
Borrowman James, 99 Bonnygate
Brakenridge Mrs. Westlands
Bremner James F. Sandilands
Bremner Frederick R., L.R.C.P. & S. Dis-
trict asylum
Briggs Mrs. Eden place
Brown Henry Hilton, Castlefield tower
Brown Mrs. Hillbank cottage, Lebanon
Brown Thomas L. Millfield, Lebanon
Bruce Henry, Rose Angle cottage.Bishopgt
Bruce James, Mount Pleasance, South road
Bruce Robert, Commercial Bank house
Burgoyne Capt. Gerald A. (adjt. Fifeshire
& Forfarshire Imp. Yeo.), Westwood,
West park
Cameron Mrs. 5 James' place
Campbell John J. Edenview, East road
Campbell The Misses, Westfield house.
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