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population in 1891 was 1,083, and in 1901,
Post Office; Miss Susan Gibson, sub-post-
mistress. Letters througb Arbroath. De-
livery 9,30 a.m.; dispatch 1.5 p.m. The
nearest money order & telegraph office &
saving-s bank is at Friockheim, 4£ miles
Post Office, Greystone; Mrs. Jas. Sturrock,
sub-postmistress. Letters through Ar-
broath. Delivery, 10.5 a.m. ; dispatch, 2
p.m. The nearest money order & .tele-
graph office is at Letham, 5 miles distant
Chairman, Rev. James Wright
Clerk, George S. Macdonald, Carmyllie
Inspector of Poor & Collector of Rates,
George S. Macdonald
Registrar of Births, Deaths & Marriages, 1
Carmyllie, William F. Anderson, West
School house
Established Church, Carmyllie, Rev.Gordon
Lyon B.D
United Free Church, Carmyllie, Rev.
Stewart Crabb M.A
Chairman, Rev. Stewart Crabb M.A
Clerk & Treasurer, James Mackintosh
Board Schools : —
Carmyllie (East), George S. Macdonald,
Carmyllie (West), Wm. F. Anderson
Railway Station, Redford, Alex. Donald
Alexander Webster, Redford, & Jn. Kydd,
Greystone, both to Arbroath on sat
Crabb Rev. Stewart M.A. United Free
Church manse
Lyon Rev. Gordon B.D. (Established), The
Ouchterlony Col. Thomas Heathcote J. P.
The Guynd
Anderson William F. schoolmaster, regis-
trar of births, deaths! & marriages, for
Carmyllie, West School house
Brown William, boot & shoe ma, Redford
Buchan Jas. joiner & wheelwright,Redford
Cuthill John, tailor, Redford
Donald Alexander, station master, Bedford
Duncan, Galloway & Co. Limited, quarry
masters, Slade quarries
Duncan Alex. jun. horse hirer, Podge
Fairweather David, coal nierchants,Redfrd
Fairweather James, grocer, Slade
Gibson Susan (Miss), sub-postmistress
Macdonald George S. schoolmaster, clerk to
the parish council, inspector of poor &
collector of rates for Carmyllie, East
School house
McRae George, miller, Milton of Conon
Martin George, blacksmith, Hayhillock
Mudie William, blacksmith
Walker Charles, grocer, Redford
Wear William, grocer, Milton of Carmyllie
Webster Alex, boot & shoe maker, coal
merchant & carrier, Redford
Adam Elizabeth, West Skitchen
Anderson John, Newmalns
Bennie Charles, Glentyrie
Carrie George, Dusrydrum
Constable Peter, Curleys
Cowie David, Cockhill
Duncan & Wright, Slade
Falconer Mrs. Milton of Conon & Crofts
Forrest (James) & McRobbie (John), West
Canon, Guynd
Fyffe John, Milton of Carmyllie
Gibb John, Monquhir
Gouk William, South Mains
Guild William, Wardnook
Guild John, Lochlair
Hume David, Mains of Carmyllie
Hume Robert, Hillhead
McDonald Charles, West Hills
Martin George, East Skitchen.
Ogilvie David, Cargill
Potter Charles, Leverock Hall
Ramsay William, Goat
Robb James, East Hills
Samson Mrs. H. Midmains, Canonsyth
Scott Mrs. Charles, Newton of Carmyllie
Sim John. Carnegie
Soutar Mrs. Andrew, Forehttls
Sturrock David, Tillyheit, Guynd
Thomson David, Ditch. Canonsyth
Turnbull David, Smallburn
Young David, Canonsyth
Kydd John, carrier
Sturrock James (Mrs.), grocer & sub-
Sturrock Robert, joiner & wheelwright
CARNOUSTIE is a thriving town on
the North Sea and a police burgh, two-third a
of which are within the parish of Barry and
the remainder, known as Newton and West-
haven portions, in the parish of Panbride ;
it is in the small debt court district of Ar-
broath, from which town it lies 6 miles
south, and is 10 east-by -north from Dundee
with a station on the joint line of the Cale-
donian and North British railways. The
Bay, to the north-west of which the town
stands, is large, but too open and shallow to
be useful as a harbour. Carnoustie is now
much resorted to as a watering-place and
has good bathing and accommodation for
visitors, besides go'.f clubs. The golf course
is of 18 holes ; there are also tennis courts
and bowling greens. The town is governed
by a provost, two bailies, and six coun-
cillors. â–  It is well drained and has water-
works connected with a large reservoir
at Crombie belonging to Dundee. The
large jute works of Messrs. James
Smieton and Sons employ about 400 hands,
and there are also vitriol works, a large
iron foundry, boot and shoe factories and
vegetable preserve works. There are
several first-class hotels. The Union Club
Limited, in Park avenue, and opened 2
Jan. 1899, was erected at a cost of about
£1,500, and has now (1903) about 250
members. The Bank of Scotland and the
North of Scotland Bank Limited have
branches here, and there is also a Savings
Bank. The Municipal offices in the Hligh st.
were erected in 1897-8, at a cost, including
furnishing, of £3,000, from designs by Mr.
James P. Bruce, architect, Dundee and
Carnoustie. There are twn Established
churches, three United Free churches, Epis-
copal, and Original Secession Churches.
The area of the burgh is 550 acres: rate-
able value, £6,858 ; the population in
1891 was 4,134, and in 1901, 5,204 burgh,
and 3.243 ecclesiastical.
Post, T., M. 0., T. M. O., E. D. & P. P.
O., S. B- & A. & I. O. (Railway Sub-
Office. Letters should be addressed
R.S.O. Forfarshire); John P. M. Lowson,
postmaster. Arrivals, 7 & 10 a.m. & 4 &
7 p.m.; dispatches, 7 & 10.30 a.m. &
1.15, 2.15, 2.20, 3.5, 3.20, 5, 6.20 & 8
p.m. ; Sundays, 9 p.m.
Ciesar Rev. James M.A. Panbride manse
Cfesar William, Lochty
Gray James M. Taymouth villa
Guthrie Roger C. Carnoustie house
Henderson David J. High street
M'Corquodale David A. Bank ho. High st
Nicoll William, Dundee street
Ramsay David, Dunachton
Scroggie David, Glenconner
Soutaf W. F. Annfield
Winter George (ex-officio), Winterdyne
High street.
Provost, William F. Soutar
Bailies, Charles Ferrier & John Melville
Commissioners, six
Town Chamberlain, Hugh Hanton
Town Clerk, William Cresar, Lochty
Medical Officer, George Cecil Dickson M.D.
High street
Surveyor & Sanitary Inspector, Richard P.
Fleming, High street
1st Forfar Royal Garrison Artillery (Volun-
teers), 11 & 12 Companies (John D.
Fleming, capt)
Chairman, George Winter
Chairman of Landward Committee, William
Clerk, Registrar of Births, Deaths & Mar-
riages, & Inspector, Hugh Hanton
Chairman. Rev. James Caesar
Clerk, William Caesar, Lochty
Registrar of Births, Deaths & Marriages &
Inspector, Jas. Petrie Morrison, William st
County Police Station, Dundee street, Chaa.
Henderson, sergeant
Fire Station, Kinloch st. Alex. Hogg, supt
Established Church, Carnoustie, Rev. Alex-
ander R. Gibson
St. Bride's Chapel, Rev. James Caesar M.A.
United Free Churches :
Panbride, Rev. Ebenezer Brown H. Mac-
pherson M.A
Carnoustie, Rev. James Philip
United Free, Rev. John F. Dempster
Episcopal (Holy Rood), Rev. Jsph. Brewer
Jobberns M.A. Univ. of Aberd
Original Secession, Rev. James Patrick
Chairman, Rev. Alex. J. Campbell
Clerk & Treasurer, David Kidd
Board School, Donald A. Christie, master;
Miss Christina Lumsden, infants' mistress
On the Dundee & Arbroath joint line, Cale-
donian & North British.
Station, Carnoustie, Rbt. Smith, station mast
Thomas Boss, Burnside street, to Dundee,
tues. thurs. fri. & sat
James Knowles, Burnside street, to Dundee,
mon. wed. & fri
Adams George Rough, Tay street
Adams Mrs. 1 Bona vista
Alexander David Miller, Eagle mount,
Green lane
Allison Capt. Jas. Be'.mont cot.Cariogie rd
Anderson George, The Limes, Dundee st
Anderson Mrs. 3 Salisbury ter. Dundee st
Anderson Mrs. Lochty terrace
Anderson Mrs. Seaforth, Church street
Anderson Miss, Dunoon villa, Maule street
Anderson William, Dalhousie street
Balfour Miss, Thornbank, Dalhousie street
Balfour Miss, Claremont, Guthrie street
Barry William C. The Willows, Terrace rd
Batchelor Mrs. Maybank, Dalhousie street
Bell James. Philip street
Bell Mrs. Alexandra ter. Carlogie road
Bethune John, Rowan bank, Carlogie 'road
Blacklock Ralph P. Maryrille, Maule street
Boath Louis S. Heath park, Maule street
Boath Mrs. Kelly cottage, Dundee street
Borrie Mrs. Roselee, Collier street
Bowie Robert C. Brookfield
Bremner Mrs. Laburnam villa, Green lane-
Brown Andrew, Clifton bank, Collier street
Brown David, Straun Brae, Green lane
Brown Robert, Balgonie, Carlogie road
Bruce James P. Dalhousie street
Ccesar William J.P. Lochty
Cameron Donald T. The Lodge, Arbroath rd
Carrie Misses, Rowanbank, Philip street
Colquhoun Archibald, Lochty bank,High st.
Cox Mrs. Lornie cottage, Maule street
Crabbe Miss, Clarkvilie, Arbroath road
Crabbe David, 4 Carlogie terrace
Craig Mrs. Fairview villa, Dundee streefc-
Crowl Miss, McKenzie street â– 
Cuthill James, Philip street
Dempster Rev. John F. (U. F.), Manse,.
Thistle street
Dickson George Cecil M.D. Dalhousie v&.
High street
Dodds Henry, Maule street
Donaldson Miss, 1 Carlogie terrace
Duncan Mrs. Argyll cottage, The Links
Duncan Mrs. Camus street
Duncan Mrs. Linton villa, Maule street
Edwards Mrs. Bungalow, Green lane
Falconer James, Brinkburn
Falconer Lake R. Philip street
Falconer William, Glenshee vil. Dalhousie st
Fenton Wm. F. Woodbine, Carlogie road
Ferrier Charles, Fir bank, Collier streets
Ferrier Miss, 2 Carlogie terrace
Ferrier Miss, 1 Rosedene
Ferrier William, Lochty street
Findlay Mrs. Vine house, Lochty street
Fleming Rev. John (retired), Carlogie rd'
Fleming Richd. P. Inverlogie, Carlogie rd'
Fleming Robert Hood, Panmure bank
Fletcher Mrs. Arbouker lodge, Ireland st;
Fletcher Mrs. Fernie bank, Church street
Ford Miss, Meadowbank, Carlogie road
Forsyth Alexander, Fairview, Dundee st
Fowler Mrs. Ivy bank, Philip street
Fox Alexander, Paradise villa, Dundee st
Fox Charles A Green lane
Fraser Andrew, Lochty terrace
Galbraith Mrs. Lilly bank, Terrace road
Gamley Miss, 1 Ina bank, Dundee street
Garland Mrs. 2 Douglas place
Gibson Rev. Alex. R. (Estab.), The Manse,
Kinloch street
Gibson George, 2 Sycamore vils. Ireland st
Gibson Mrs. Struan brae, Green lane
Gorrie Peter B. Green lane
Graham Mrs. Fairlawn cottage, Terrace rd
Graham James, Balbride, Carlogie road
Gray James M-, J. P. Taymouth vil. Church st
Gray Peter, Garnet bank, Collier street
Grice Arthur, Yardley, Carlogie road
Guild Mrs. Norwhin, Lochty street
Guild Mrs. Philip street
Guthrie Roger C.Lingard J.P.Carnoustie ho
Hall George, 2 Erdington villa, Dundee et
Hanton Hugh, Glasgow house, Terrace rd
Harris William, Hillcrest, Carlogie road
Hay Mrs. Agricola villas, Maule street
Hazel John G. Clayholes
Henderson D. J.. J.P. Firbank, Collier st
Hunter James, Willow bank, Maule Btreet,
Hunter Mrs. Theydon, Guthrie street

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