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Tallow Merchants.
Murray William & Son, Shambles, North
See also Curriers.
Lyon Thomas & Son, Millgate tan -works
Swirles Alexander & Son, 10 Ponderlaw at
Tarpaulin Makers.
Hayes Edward & Sons, Old Shore head
Ogg Win. & Co. Abbot power loom works
Tea Dealers.
Cooper & Co. 207 High street
Davidson John, 18 Bro'thock bridge
London & Newcastle Tea Co. 17 West port
Ting-Tong Tea Co. 16 Keptie street
Tea Merchants.
Batchelor A. & D. 146 High street
Dorward J. M. & Son (wholesale), C7
Guthrie port
Teacher of Dancing-.
Williamson W. 1 Carnegie street
Teacher of Languages.
Dennler Hans S. 5 Yiewfield road)
Teachers of Music.
Adamson Tom, 10 Princess street
Booth Thomas, 7 Hiil street
Croall Miss Christina, 13 Shore
Lindsay Thomas, 224 High street
Parsons Thomas Wm. 54 Addison place
Smart Charles Ramsay, 14 Hill place
Walker Hiss Ada Mary, 8 Garden street
Whiteley Fredk. Rosedene, Keptie road
Teacher of Shorthand.
Stuart Alexander, 48 High street
Teeth Specialist.
LessUe Carnegie H. 82 Market gate
Telephone Company.
National Telephone Co. Lim. (Miss Annie
Smith, clerk in charge), 14 Millgate
ATJCHMITHIE, a quoad sacra parish
formed from the civil parish of St. Vigeans
and a village, situated on the shore of a
6mall harbour for fishing boats, on the east
coast, about 3£ miles north from Arbroath,
in the poor combination and small debt
court 'district of Arbroath. The harbour,
towards the construction of which the
Fishery Board of Edinburgh made a grant
of £3,900, cost in all £5,200. The coast here
consists of bold rocky cliffs. Arbroath and
Letham Grange, on the North British Coast
line from Arbroath to Montrose, are the near-
est railway stations, and are distant 3 miles
south and west respectively. A â–  public
hall was erected in 1888, and is used for
entertainments and meetings. The Earl nf
Northesk is lord of the manor and a land-
owner. The population of the ecclesiastical
parish in 1001 was 309.
Post & T. (by telephone) O.; Mrs. Eliza
Wilkie, sub-postmistress. Letters through
Arbroath. Dispatch, 1.15 p.m. Nearest
money order office is at Arbroath, 3£
miles distant
Harbour Trustee, G. G. Dalgarne, Ar-
broath, clerk & treasurer
Cc ast Guard Station, Fredk. Sawyers,
officer in charge
Established Church, Bev. James Christie M.A
Voluntary School, supported by the Earl of
Northesk, under the St. Yigeans School
Board, Thomas Paterson, master
Carrier, Thomas Smith, to Arbroath &c
Chalmers Josiah, Newton house
Christie Rev. James M.A. (Estab. Church),
The Manse
Gilruth Andrew, Seaton farm
Grant John, Mains of Auehmithie
McGregor Miss, Abbeythune
Baillie Alexander, Northesk Arms P.H
Cadogan Edward, grocer
Crabb James, blacksmith
'Reid James, boat builder
Paterson Thomas, schoolmaster
Smith Thomas, carrier
Swankie Mary (Mrs. ), grocer
Wilkie Eliza (Mrs.), shopkeeper & sub-
Gilruth Andrew, Seafield & Seaton farm
Grant John, Mains of Auehmithie
Ma^gregor Miss Alexina, Abbeythune
Morgan Percy, Windyhills, Auehmithie
Tinplate Workers.
Cook David & Sons, 219 High street
Lindsay John Crowe, 6 Applegate
Littlejohn James, Bridge street
Mackenzie David, 43 Applegate
Taylor Andrew, 14 Guthrie port
Tobacco Manufacturers.
M'Wattie James & Sons, 20 Commerce st
Reid Alexander & Sons, 214 High street
Tobacco Pipe Maker.
Sleith James Alexander, 64 Guthrie port
Anderson William Duncan, 277 High street
Beatt Andrew, 10 Keptie street
Bloch Harris A. 2 & 4 Guthrie port
Booth William, 109 High street
Davidson Misses Alice & Annie, 142High st
Fainveather James. 182 High 3treet
Forbes James, 14 Commerce street
Gowans Peter, 67 Market gate
Kirk James, 13 West port
Martin John, 46 Keptie street
Reid Alexander & Sons, 214 High street
Stewart William, Brothock bridge
Watson Alexander, 91 High street
Tool Dealer.
Robinson John, 27 Guthrie port
Trade Protection Society.
Stubbs' Limited (Miln & Dalgarno, agts.),
15 Hill street
Travellers — Commercial.
Anderson Thomas, 30 Dalhousie place
Dorward George, 8 Nolt Loan road
Dundas William, 1 Kinnaird street
Edwards James S. 3 Dalhousie place
Forbes Frederick, 16£ Nolt Loan road
Renton Thomas, 6 Nolt Loan road
Strachan Frederick, 4 Alexandra place
Umbrella Makers.
Moffat Joseph, 32 Keptie street
Swanson Walter, 192 High street
AUCFTEBHOTJSE is a parish in
the south of .the county, to the south of
the Sidlaw Hills, its kirk town being 7
miles north-west of Dundee, it is bounded
on the north by Glamis, east and south-
east by Tealing, Strathmartine and LifE,
and west and south-west by Newtyle and
Lundie; it is in the Dundee small debt
court district, and has a station 1 mile west
from the village on the Dundee and New-
tyle branch of the Caledonian railway, there
is also another station at Dronley, on the
same branch. The village is lighted with
oil lamps by the parish council. The
Dronley burn and the road from Dundee
to Meigle pass through the parish, which
has an Established church, built in 1775.
The Auchterhouse sanatorium, a hospital for
consumption, was opened by the Countess
of Airlie in 1902 ; Lord Provost Charles
Barrie, president; John Turnbull, interim
hon. sec. ; R. Murray, hon. treas. ; B. C.
Macfie, medical supt. ; Miss Wilson, mat-
ron. The soil is chiefly black land and the
country hilly. The Earl of Camperdown,
the Earl of Airlie, George Willsher esq.
and D. S. Cowans esq. J.P. are the prin-
cipal landowners. Tne area comprises
6,188 acres; rateable value, £10,721 ; popu-
lation in 1891, 532; in 1901, 547 civil and
521 ecclesiastical.
Post & T. O. ; Miss Jessie Bryson, sub-
postmistress. Letters through Dundee.
Delivery, 8.40 a.m. ; dispatch, 2.25 p.m.
Postal Orders are issued. & paid here.
Newtyle is the nearest money order office,
5 miles distant
Wall Letter Box, Railway station, cleared
at 11.30 a.m. & 6.40 p.m
Chairman, Alex. McKay
Clerk, Inspector of Poor & Collector of
Rates, John Robertson, School house
Registrar of Births, Deaths & Marriages,
John Robertson, School house
Public Library, Thomas P.. Bryson, sec
Police Station, William Clark, constable
Established Church, Rev.Win.M.Inglis M.A
Chairman, Alex. McKay
Clerk, Alex. Jamieson
Board School (mixed), for 170 children;
average attendance, 78; John Robertson,
On the Dundee & Newtyle branch of the
Caledonian line.
Station, Auchterhouse, Thomas McKay,
station master
Craig William, 25 James street
Farquhar Rowland Chapel, 4 & 6 Hill place
Grewar Jas. P. & Son, 2, 4 & 6 Panmure st
Mackay David, 46 Market gate
Middleton William, 11 Millgate
Sutherland William, Reform street & 10
Lillies wynd
Wil3on David Thomas, 99 High street
Grewar James P. & Son, 2, 4 & 6 Pan-
mure street
Mackay W. & Son, 6 South Grimsby
Middleton William, 11 Millgate
Thomson George R. & Son, 39 to 43 Market
gate & at Brothock house
Wilson David T. 99 High street
Veterinary Surg-eon.
Wallace Alex. Sâ€ΕΎ M.R.C.Y.S. 40 Hill rd
"Waste Paper Merchant.
Wallace Alexander, 14 Panmure street
"Watch Makers.
Anderson James Teviotclale, 236 High si
Anderson John, 6 Keptie street
High William, 209 High street
Low Alexander, 4 West port
Meffan John Milne, 33 Millgate
Pirie David, 262 High street
Willocks James, 105 High street
Wine & Spirit Merchants.
Batchelor A. & D. 146 High street
Dorward George, 20 West port
Strachan, Wallace & Whyte (wholesale^
Tower nook & 290 High street
"Wood Turners.
Kyd David, 29 Gravesend
Kydd James, 32 Dishlandtown street
"Woollen Manufacturer.
Logan John, 8 Helen street
Yarn Merchants.
Sandeman David D. 8 & 10 Bog lane
Wallace Alexander (flax), 14 Panmure st
Station, Dronley, Joseph Cameron, stn.mstr
Carrier to Dundee, George Low, tues. & fri
Names marked * postal address, Lochee,
Cameron James, Arran cottage
Cowans David S., J.P. West Mains
Crichton David M.A., M.D
Inglis Rev. William M., M.A. (Established
Church), The Manae
Reid James, Cortachy cottage
Walker William, Avenue cottage
Watson Alexander B. Burnhead
Willsher George, Pitpointie
Anderson David, boot & shoe maker
Auchterhouse Sanatorium Hospital for Con-
sumption (Miss Wilson, * matron ; John
Turnbull, sec)
Bryson Jessie (Miss), grocer, & post office
Bryson Thomas B. sec. Public Library
•Cameron Joseph, station master
Cant David, boot & shoe maker
Christie Jane (Mrs.), grocer
Cochrane William, tailor
Crichton David M.A., M.D. physician &
Fyfe Peter, joiner & cartwright
*Hunter William, miller, Dronley
Jamieson Alex, clerk to school board
Low George, carrier, White hill, Foulds
McKay & Co. coal agents, Railway station
McKay Thomas, station master
Public Library (Thomas B. Bryson, sec)
Robertson John, school master, inspector of,
poor & collector of rates, registrar of
births, deaths & marriages & clerk to
the Parish Council, School house
Skea James, blacksmith
Thomson Robert, blacksmith
Chalmers James, South Dronley
Colville James W. Leoch
Cowans David S. West Mains
*Fenton Thomas, Dronley
*Fento:i William, Templeton
*Hunter William, Dronley
Lowdon John, Newton
McKay.. Alexander, East Mains
*Myles Peter, East Adamson
^Paterson John & Wm. West Adamson
Watson Alexander B. Burnhead
Whitton Andrew, Couston
Willsher George, Pitpointie, Kirkton &
BAHNHIXjIj, see Brovgiity Fehrs - .

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