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Frascr Peter, printer, stationer,
newsagent, bookbinder & cir-
culating' library; publisher of
Fraser's local time tables,
Uddingston Standard news-
paper & the Uddingston Directory &
illustrated local guide, Uddingston Print-
ing office
Fraser William, tailor, Main street
Fulton D. & ft. plumbers & glaziers &o
Funai Victoria (Mrs.), tobacconist
G-ale W. Padget, muBlc teacher, 14 Kyle pfe
Gandy James Henry, spirit dealer
Gilmour Alex grocer, Bellshill road
Glass William, watoh maker
Goldie Alexander, iron founder
Gow Walter, grocer
Graham William, butcher
Grammar School (James Logan, maBter)
Gray Geo. & Co. agricultrL implement mas
Gray John & Co. engineers
Gray Andrew ft, saddler
Greenshields Thomas, butcher
Halbon Limited, preserve manufacturers
Hardie Thomas, cabinet maker & upholstr
Hardie Thomas, wright & carpenter
Hastie Margaret & Marion (Misses), drees
makers, Bellshill road
Hill John & Sou, blacksmiths & carriage
Hislop Lawrence F.C.S. manager Gas wrks
Hogg William, butcher
Howden. Andrew, nurseryman & florist
Jack Robert, cycle dealer
Jack Robert, draper
Jamieeon Archibald, hatter
Kerr Samuel, station mstr. Caledonian rlwy
Kerr William, ironmonger
King John, carrier, Old Mill road
Kirk Wm. florist, see Morrison & Kirk
Lander Samuel, plumber
Latta Elizabeth (Mrs.), spirit dealer
Latta Thomas, grocer & spirit dealer
Liddle James, grocer &, spirit dealer,
Logan James, schoolmaster, Grammar schl
Maccalluru & Co. drapers
McCollum Andrew, grocer
McOallurn Jessie (Miss), stationer
McCarthy James & Elizabeth (Miss), draprs
McOlise Daniel, draper
McCubbing & Sewell, British Linen Oo
writers, bank & insurance agents
McCulloah John, grocer & spirit dealer
McCunnal James, draper, Old Mill road
M'Dougall John, fishmonger
McDowall Bros, tailors, Main street
Mcintosh James, boot & shoe ma.Clova ter
M'Leish Daniel, draper, tailor & clothier
M'Lellan James, ironmonger
McLeod Elizabeth (Mrs.), bookseller, sta
tioner & news agent & tobacconist
McMillan Donald Paterson, carriage hirer
M'Nab Alex, photographer
McNab William, registrar for births, deaths
& marriages for Bothwell
Manson George S. contractor & coal agent
Markev Hugh, station master, Uddingston
(West), N. B. Railway
Miller William, builder, joiner & saw mills
timber dealer, wright & general contrac
tor; estimates given for general repairs
&c. ' T N 0191
Mitchell Alex, surgeon-dentist, Park view
Mitchell Wm. dairymun, Bellshill road,
Morrison & Kirk, florists
Morton Richard & Sons, slaters & plasterers
Morton William, grocer. Old Mill road
Muir Daniel, draper, Bellshfill road
Muir John, butcher, O'.d Mill road
Muirhead Arthur, dairy, Old Mill road
Murray George, grocer
Murray John, grocer & spirit dealer
Neil William & Sons, upholsterers
Newlands Robert, tailor & clothier
Nisbet Thomas & Son, grocers
O'Hear Hugh, pawnbroker
Palmer Brothers, bakers, Main street
Park Christina (Missl. draper
Park Jacobane (Miss), draper
Pork James, wright & carpenter
Park Maggie (Miss), grocer
Park Margaret (Miss), confectioner
Paterson Janet (Miss), draper
Paterson John, butcher
Paterson Robert, carriage proprietor
Paterson WUlliarn, farmer, Woodhead farm
Penman James, spirit dealer
Pollock Thos. grocer & dealer in spirits
Prentice Thomas, grocer & agent for W. &
A. Gilbey Ltd. wine & Bpirit merchants
Pringle Andrew, shopkeeper 1
Pringle Margt. (Mrs.), grocer, Bellshill rd
Robertson Daniel, boot & shoe maker
Robertson Grace (Miss), postmistress
RobertBon Robert, boot & shbe maker
Ross Mary & Catherine (Misses), launderers
Ross David, watch maker
Ross William, butcher
Ross William N. chemist
Ross John, commercfial travllr. Bellshill rd
Shields William, baker
Shields William, Bhopkeeper
Simmons Elizabeth I (Miss), confectioner,
Clova terrace
Sommerville John, draper, tailor & clothier
Stark Thomas W. grocer
Stewart James, grocer
Stewart Mary (Miss), dress maker
Stewart John, spirit dealer, Bellshill road
Stronach George, station master, North
British railway
Summers Mark, cycle dealer & plumber,
Old Mill road
Swan John, wood turner
Tant John Yellowlees L.R.C.P. & S.Edin.
surgeon, Bolglay
Tevendole John, boot & shoe ma. Main st
Thomson Robt. surgeon, Hawthornlea
Thomson William, confectioner
Todd Andrew, blacksmith, Old Mill road
Tunnock Archibald, carpenter
Tunnock Annie (Miss), draper
Tunnock Thomas, baker
Uddingston Co-operative Society Ltd. (Alex.
Munroe, manager)
Uddingston Cricket Club (Wm. Ross, sec)
Uddingston Publlic Halls Co. Lim. (Robert
S. McCubbing, sec)
Uddingston Reading Room (Wm. Miller,
Uddingston Steam Laundry Ltd
Union Hall
Walker Jessie (Mrs.), confectioner
Walker Wilson, bufilder
Walls James, boot & shoe maker
Weir William, blacksmith
White J. & J. chemists
White James Walls M.D. surgn. Brunalb
Whitelaw James, grocer, Tunnochside
Wilson David & Alex, ironmongers
Wilson Ralph, chemist, Main street
Williamson John M. painter & paperhanger
Winning Maggie (Miss), milliner
WALSTON is a parish, bounded on the
south by the parish of Biggar and north-
west by the South Medwin river, in* the
Middle "ward and small debts court district
of Lanark, 2 miles south-west from
Dunsyre and 2 east from Newbigging
stations on the Carstairs and Dolphinton
branch of the Caledonian railway, and about
12 east from Lanark. Col. Sir Simon Mac-
donlad Lockhart bart. M.V.O. of The Lee,
Lanark, and William Allan-Woddrop esq.
of Garvald, Dolphinton and Elsrickle, are
the principal landowners. The area is
1,366 acres; rateable value, £2,780; the
population in 1891 waB 301, and in 1901,
Post Office, Elsrickle ; Mrs. Isabella Aitken,
sub-postmistress. Letters through Big-
gar. Arrive ut 9.30 a.m. &. dispatched at
12.10 p.m. week days only. Postal
Orders are issued here, but not paid
Biggar, 4 miles distant, is the nearest
money order & telegraph office
Parish Council, W. A. Woddrop, chairman
Registrar of Births, Deaths & Marriages &
Collector, David Herd Ash M.A.
Inspector of Poor & Collector of Rates.
David Herd Ash M.A
Established Church, Walston, Rev. Alex.
M. Wyllie
United Free Church, Elsrickle, Rev. Thos.
Rowatt Brown
Chairman, W. A. Woddrop
Clerk, Treasurer & Officer.David Herd Ash
Board School, Walston, David Herd Ash
M.A. master; Miss Mary Robertson, miBt
Marked thus • receive letters direct through
*Rrown Rev. Thomas ,11. (United Free
Church), Elsrickle
Wyllie Rev. Alexander M. (Established)
*Aitken Isabella (Mrs.) & Catherine (Miss),
grocers, Post office, Elsrickle
*Ash David Herd M.A. board school
master, registrar of birthB, deaths &
marriages, inspector of poor & collector
of rates &, clerk to school board
*Cossar James, blacksmith, Elsrickle
*Robertson Mary (Miss), Board school mis-
tress, Elsrickle
*Walkinshaw John, wright, Elsrickle
Borne Alexander, Wester
Barrie Richard, Lemmerlaw
Cadzow James, Charles & Thomas, Borland
Grieve John, Haircairns
Howieson Robert, Elsrickle
Inch John, Howburn
Lawrie James, Br^ehead
M'Kendrick John, Harper hall
Ritchie George, Crawcraiga
Ritchie James, Cocklaw
Russell John; jun. Walston maosion
Sanderson Thomas, Elsrickle
Tait John, Melbourne
Thorburn John, Hyndshawland
Watson James, Walston mill
Watson' William, G-illburn
form a united parish, bounded on the west
by the river Clyde, on the south by Crawford
parish and east by Culter parish, in the
tipper ward and in the small debts court
district of Lanark. The village of Laming-
ton, 6 miles south-west from Biggar, has
a station on the Glasgow and Carlisle sec-
tion of the Caledonian railway. The dis-
trict is hilly, bub fertile, and chiefly agri-
cultural. The Episcopal church of Holy
Trinity here was built by the late Lord
Lamington. Laraington House, at present
unoccupied, is the property of Lord
Lamington G.C.M.G., D.L., J.P. and. late
governor of Queensland, and the principal
landowner; the estate affords about 8,000
acres for shooting, and there is excellent
trout Ashing on the Clyde. The mountain
of Tinto, 2,336 feet, and Coulter Fell, 2,45»
feet above sea level, are the loftiest;
eminences in this romantic neighbourhood.
New reservoir for Airdrie and Coatbridge
at Cowgill. Acreage, 12,830; rateable
value, £6,317 ; population in 1891 was 305,
end in 1901, 362.
Post, T. & M. O. O. & S. B. Lamington
(Railway Sub-Ofllce. Letters should be
addressed R.S.O. Lanarkshire) ; James
Petticrew, sub-postmaster. Delivery, 6
a.m. ; dispatches, 3.50 & 6.40 p.m. Tele-
graph office at the railway station for
forwarding telegrams
Chairman, Lord Lamington
Clerk, Christopher Watson
Registrar of Births, Deaths & Marriages,
David S. Melville
Inspector of Poor, Christopher Watson
Established Cnurch.Rev.Chas.J. TfitchieM.A.
Episcopal Church, Lamington, (no resident
Chairman, Lord Lamington
Chairman, G. McL. Watson
Olerk, David S. Melville
Board School, Lamington, David S. Mel-
ville, master
Lady Lamington's School (females), Miss
Helen Allan, mistress
Railway. Station, Geo. Forrest, stn. master
Lamiifgtou Lord G.C.M.G., D.L., J.P.
Lamington house ; 26 Wilton crescent SW
'& Wellington, Carlton & Turf clubs,
Maclchoeo James, The Parsonage
Ritchie Rev. Charles J., M.A. (Estab.),
The Manse
Allan Helen (Miss), school mistress
(females), Lady Lamington's school
Black John, wright & carpenter
Dempster Janet (Miss), grocer & genl. dlr
Melville David S. registrar of births, deaths
&. marriages, & clerk to the school
board & schoolmaster
Petticrew James, boot maker, & post office
Swan Robert, blacksmith
Watson Christopher, collector of rates, in-
spector of poor & session clerk, & clerk
to parish council
White William, wright, carpenter, coal agt.
& carriage hirer
Ballantvne George, Cold chapel, Wandell
Donald William, Langholm, Lamington
Melville Mrs. Mary. Wandell
Neilson Alexander, LittlegiU, Wandell
Paterson John, Woodehd, Warden
Swan Jas. Loanhead & Overburns,Lamngtn
Tweedie John, Lamington mains
Watson Christopher, Hillhouse, Lamington
Watson Thos. & Son, Baitlaws, Lamington
Watson John (of Wiston), Hartside
WATEKLOO.see Cambusnethan.

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