Guide and Directory Mauchline,Catrine and Sorn

 

This is the second part of the document I have made from the scanned images of this old book. The original book was published in 1903.  The first part, Local History, contains the main text of the guide and is an excellent read for anyone visiting the area or anyone with an interest in Burns Country and it's history. This second part, Local Information  is a full list of local information which may be invaluable to anyone who is wishing to trace their family roots. Thanks again to Kenny Baird for his work in making scanned images of the original document available on his site. 


Local Information

MAUCHLINE.

Post Office, Telegraph Office, Money Order Office, And Savings Bank.-Miss Miller. Post mistress.

Letter Deliveries -Week-days, 7.15 a.m. 4.20. and 7 p.m. On Sundays letters are delivered to callers from 9 to 10 a.m.

Despatches.-Week-days, 9.40 a.m. (Glasgow and Scotland generally) 1.35 p.m. (Kilmarnock, Ayr, and general); 4.20 p.m. Glasgow Ayr, Kilmarnock, etc.; 5.50 p.m.; South and Foreign, also South and west of Ireland; 6.50 p.m..; Catrine; 8.55 p.m. all parts. Sundays, 9.30 p.m., all parts.

Telegraph Office open from 7 a.m. till 8 p.m. Sundays, 9 to 10 a.m.

Money orders issued and paid from 8 a.m. till 8 p.m. Postal Orders can be obtained from 7 a.m. till 8 p.m. Savings Bank opens from 8 a.m. till 8 p.m.

Churches.-Parish Church-Rev.Joseph Mitchell, B.D.; Abbey U.F. Church- Rev. William Binnie. M.A..; Walker Memorial. U.F. Church- Rev. Wilson Baird. Hour of Service in each-12 o'clock noon.

Public Schools.- Mauchline, Mr James Campbell, Headmaster;

Crosshands, Miss Mitchell, Teacher.

School Board.- Mr M. Bain Chairman; Mr Wm. McMillan, Clerk.

Parish Council.-Mr Young, Chairman; Mr Jas. Allan, Inspector.

County Council.-Member for Parish-Mr Marcus Bain, Woodside;

Justices of the Peace.- Messrs W.K.Hamilton-Campbell, of Netherplace; James Baird Thorneycroft, Netherplace; Marcus Bain Woodside; David McQueen, St. David's; William McMillan, The Bank.

Assessor for Parish.- Mr Thomas Harvey, Dunloy.

Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths.- Mr Wm. McMillan, The Bank; Assistant Registrar-Mr J. D. McMillan.

Session Clerk.-Rev. Joseph Mitchell, B.D. The Manse.

Constabulary Officer.-Loudoun Street- James Miller, Constable.

Mauchline Gas Light Company.-Mr William McMillan, Secretary;

Mr R. Pollock, Manager of Works.

Mauchline Section, D Company, 2nd V.B.R.S. Fusiliers.-Lieut. Harvey, Commanding; Sergt. Cruickshank. Drill Instructor.

Free Gardeners' Society.-Rose of Ballochmyle Lodge, No. 132, with Juvenile Lodge-Mr Geo. Mitchell Jnr., Secretary.

Masonic Lodge.-St. David's, No. 133 (Burns' Mother Lodge)-Mr James Hillhouse, Secy.

Rechabites.-Covenanters' Tent, No. 2128, with Juvenile Lodge-Mr James Wilson, Secretary.

Good Templars.-Burns Lodge, No. 151-John Stewart, Secretary. Juvenile Lodge-Sunbeam

Mauchline District Nursing Association.-Lady Eliza Alexander, President; Miss M. Thomson, Kingencleugh, Secy..

Conservative and Liberal-Unionist Association. - Mr Thomas Hood. Junr., Secy.

Horticultural Society.-Mr John John Alexander, Secy.

Bowling Club.-Mr Andrew Calderwood, Secy.

Cricket Club.-Mr Wm. Gray, Secretary and Treasurer.

Thistle Curling Club.-Mr John Walker, Secy.

Thistle Football Club.-Mr John Clark, Junr., Secy.

Quoiting Club. -Mr John Clark, Junr., Secy.

Public Library.-Mr Thos. McHoul, Librarian. Open, Wednesdays, 6.30 to 8 p.m. ; Saturdays, 5.30 to 7 p.m.

Temperance Hall.-Mr T. McHoul, Hall keeper.

Commercial Bank,-Mr William McMillan, and Mr J. D. McMillan, Joint Agents.

Fairs.-May Fair-Wednesday after 18th; November Fair.-Thursday after 4th.

Holidays.-New Year; Races, commencing last Thursday in April; Sports, last Friday and Saturday in August and Ayr Races, third week in September.

S O R N

Post Office.- Head Office, Mauchline-Mr Robert Watson, Postmaster. Delivery, 8.5 a.m. Despatch, 2.45 p.m. Sunday, 12 noon.

Parish Church,-Rev. H. C. Begg. Hour of Service, 12 o clock noon.

Sorn Public School.-Mr Edward Robertson, Headmaster.

Auchincloich Public School.-Miss Forrester, Teacher.

Registrar.-Mr Robert Watson, Post Office.

Session Clerk.-Mr Robert Watson, Post Office.

Constabulary.-Mr W. Robertson, Constable.

Constitutional Club.-Mr James Gibson, Secy.

Curling Club.-Mr James Gibson, Secy.

Quoiting Club.-Mr John Murdoch, Secy.

CATRINE.

Post Office.-Head Office, Mauchline.-Mr John. C. McCall, Postmaster.

Deliveries.-Week-days, 8.30 a.m.; 4.35 and 7.30 p.m. Sundays -10 to 11 a.m. to Callers.

Despatches.-9.20 a.m., Glasgow and Scotland generally; 1.5 p.m., all parts; 3.15 p.m., Scotland generally (via Mauchline); 5.25 p.m., South of Scotland, England, Ireland, and Foreign; 7.40 p.m. all parts. (via Mauchline). Sundays, 12.40 p.m.

Money Order, Postal Order, And Savings Bank Business, 8a.m. to 8 p.m.

Telegraph Business, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sundays, 9 to 10 a m.

Telephone Business, 8 am, to 7.30 p.m.

Churches-

Parish Church (Quoad Sacra)-Rev. William John, M.A. (ordained 1899. Mr John Beverage, Session Clerk. Hours of Service, 11.15 a.m. and 2 p.m.

St. Cuthbert's, U.F. Church.-Rev. Eneas C. Gordon, M.A.. (ordained 1875). Mr Alexander McMaster, Session Clerk. Mr Andrew Cowan, Clerk of Deacons' Court. Hours of service, 11.15 am. and 1.30p.m.

West U.F. Church.-Rev. Henry A. Williamson, B.D. (ordained 1900). Mr John C. McCall, President. Mr William Thompson, Session Clerk. Hours of Service, 11.15 a.m. and 1.30 p.m

Congregational Union Church.-Rev. James W. Hamilton (ordained 1894). Mr Thomas Hyslop, President. Mr John Taylor, Secretary. Hours of Service, 11.15 a.m. and 1.30p.m.

Public School.-Mr John Monie, F.E.I.S., Headmaster.

School Board (Sorn Parish).-Mr John W. Paterson, Chairman. Mr Robert B. Conner, Clerk and Treasurer.

Sorn Parish Council.- Rev. Henry C, Begg, Chairman. Mr Robt. B. Conner, Inspector, Clerk, and Collector.

County Council.-Member for Parish-Mr H. W. Pollock, Ayrbank.

Justice of the Peace.-Lieut-Colonel Hugh Ewing, Ayrbank Cottage, Mr James B. B. Morton, Broomknowe.

Constabulary Office.-Bridge Lane. Alex. Craib, Sergeant

D Company V. B. R..S. Fusiliers.-Lieut. Thomas Harvey, Commanding; Colour-Sergt. James Meikle, Secretary; Sergt. John Cruickshank, Drill Instructor.

Registrar-Births, Deaths, And Marriages.-Mr John Beveridge, Fordhouse.

Catrine Brass Band, Robert Moore, Bandmaster.

A. M. Brown Institute.-Opened 16th December, 1898. Mr A. M. Brown (the donor), Chairman of Trustees; Mr Hugh W. Pollock, Secy.

A. M. Brown Institute.-Managing Committee, Mr Andrew Cowan, President; Mr Robert Duncan, Secretary and Treasurer.

Wilson Hall.-Opened 1882. Mr Thomas Meikle, President; Mr John Brown, Secretary.

Royal Bank.-Opened 19th March, 1855. Mr Alexander McMaster, Agent.

Catrine Penny Savings Bank.-Instituted 1872. Mr Hugh Gemmell, Cashier; Mr James Struthers Accountant.

Catrine United Public Library.-Instituted 1849. Housed in the A.M. Brown Institute.-Mr John R. Hood, Secretary.

Catrine Co-operative Society LTD.-Instituted 1866. Mr David Manson, President; Mr James Struthers, Secretary.

Catrine Gas Company. LTD.-Instituted 1838. Mr Thomas C. F. Miller, President; Mr John McKay, Secretary.

Catrine Curling Club.-Mr Robert Meikle, Secretary and Treasurer.

Sorn Parish Agricultural Association.-Mr John Reid, Secretary and Treasurer, Wood Street.

Catrine Bowling Club.-Rev. William John, M.A., President; Mr Patrick Lynch, Secretary and Treasurer.

Sorn And Catrine Horticultural Society.-Mr James B. B. Morton, President; Mr Thomas Campbell, Secretary.

Sorn and Catrine Conservative Association.-Mr James Somervell, President; Mr John R Hood. Secretary and Treasurer.

Catrine and Sorn Liberal Association.- Rev. James W. Hamiton, President.

Sorn and Catrine Nurse Scheme.-The Hon. Lady Farquhar, of Gilmilnscroft, President; Miss Farquhar, Gilmilnscroft, Treasurer.

St. John's Lodge of Freemasons, No. 497.-Mr Robert Meikle, Secretary; Mr Andrew Cowan, Treasurer.

Catrine Thistle Lodge, B.O.A.F.G., No. 168.-Mr W. F. Duff, Secretary; Mr Thos. Campbell, Treasurer.

Ballochmyle Lodge, I.O.G.T., No. 47.-Mr J. Brown, C.T.; Mr William Scott Secretary.

Hope of Catrine Tent, I.0. of Rechabites, No. 2222.-Mr Robert Lyle, Junr.,Secretary.

Band of Hope.-Rev. James W. Hamilton, President; Mr James Reid, Secretary.

Churchyard Burying Ground.-Instituted 1830. Mr Andrew Cowan, Preses; Mr John McKay, Clerk and Treasurer.

Catrine Funeral Society.-Instituted 1830. Mr James McClymont, President; Mr Andrew Cowan, Clerk and Treasures.

Catrine Mortcloth Society.- Instituted 1830. Mr Alex Brown, Preses; Mr Andrew Cowan, Clerk and Treasurer.

Catrine Female Clothing Society.-Instituted 1841. Mrs A. M. Brown, Hon. President; Miss Pollock, Ayrbank, Secy. and Treasurer

Mothers' Meeting and Women's Help Society.-Mrs James B. B. Morton, President; Miss Jeanie McCarlie Secretary.

Catrine Historical Portrait Gallery Association.-Mr H.W. Pollock, President.

A. M. Brown Institute Young Women's Guild.-Miss Agnes C. Pollock, President.

Children's Midsummer Festival Committee.-Mr J. Monie, F.E.I.S., Chairman; Mr Robt. Lyle, Junr., secy.

Murray Bequest Fund.-Instituted 1881. Catrine Parish Church Kirk-Session are Managers; Mr John Beveridge, Clerk.

Wilson Bequest Fund.-Instituted 1876. Messrs James L. Miller and Alex. McMaster, Trustees.

National Bible Society of Scotland.-Sorn and Catrine Branch.-Instituted 1876. Bible Depot-West U.F. Church Manse.

Catrine Cotton Works were erected 1787. Messrs James Finlay & Company, Proprietors. Mr Hugh W. Pollock, Manager, Ayrbank.

Catrine Bleaching Works were erected 1822 (also belonging to the above firm above). Mr James B.B. Morton, Manager, Broomknowe.

Catrine Works Operative Annual Equitable Benefit Society.-Instituted 1858. Mr Andrew M. McCarlie, President; Mr Jas. Struthers, Secretary and Treasurer.

Catrine Bleaching Works Annual Benefit Society.-Instituted 1866. Mr Alex Manson, President; Mr Thos. McKinnell, Secretary.

Catrine Bleaching Works Brass Band.-Mr John Carson Bandmaster.

 


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DIRECTORY.

MAUCHLINE PARISH.

MAUCHLINE.

J. B. Thorneycroft. Netherplace
Henry Allan. ship owner, Ballochmyle
Miss Allan, Ballochmyle
Misses Anderson, Barskimming
J.L. Coulson, Failford House
Marcus Bain, Woodside
John D. Thomson, Kingencleugh
Misses Thomson, Kingencleugh
R. McCrone, Ballochmyle Creamery
John Wallace factor Ballochmyle
Mrs Kay, Curl'g Stone Wks.,Haugh
Wm. Alexander, Barskimming Mill
Baird & Stevenson, Barskimming Q'y
W. &, A. Smith, Boxworks.
Rev. Jas. Mitchell, B.D., The Manse
Rev. W. Binnie,M.A., Abbey U.F.Manse
Rev. Wilson Baird, Walker Memorial U.F. Manse
David McQueen, St.David's
A.G.Alexander, Westfield
Wm. McMillan, The Bank
Thomas Harvey, assessor, Dunloy
J. O'Hagan station-master
John Hay, Greenlea
A L. Brown, Moorfield
Misses Muir, Viewfield
Fred. C. Howie, Estcourt Villa
E. Ettershank, St. Elmo
Mrs Reid, Beechgrove
A.Pollock, Agric. Implement Works
Thos. Kay, Burnside House.
W.Wallace cattle-dealer, L'd'n.St.
Dr. Reid, Haplan, Cumnock Road
Dr. Pollock, Box Villa
James McClemont, Tanfield Villa
James Campbell, Tanfield Villa
Mrs Muir, Rosebank
Wm. B. Reid, Burnbrae
James Young, Burnbrae
Thos. Wilson, organist, Willowbank
Mrs Harvey, Greenlea
Mrs Barclay, Earl Grey Street
Misses Wilson, Grove Cottage
Robert Smith, Brownlea
Mrs Hillhouse, Campbell House
Rev. Riach Thom, Braemore
Misses Corson, Williamfield
George Mitchell, Greenside
Jas. Wilson, turner, Sorn Road
Mrs Millar, Greenside
Mrs Hyslop, Johnfield
Hugh Hyslop, builder, Johnfield
Mungo McKie, Drumbowie
John Walker, contractor, Mansfield
Thos. Findlay, Senr., Laurel View
Miss Miller, Post Office
Wm. B. Reid & Co., Printing Works
James Lambie, merchant tailor
Allex Bissett, quarry manager
John Taylor Gibb, High Street,
J. L. Brewster, The Castle
Nurse Thomson, The Castle
Robert Love, Greenhead
R. Pollock, manager, Gasworks
Mrs Jamieson, Burns' Monument
Andrew Crawford, Cemetery C'tge
Thos. Gilliland, Grassmillees
Wm. Ramsay, Ballochmyle Smithy
J.McCartney, Ballochmyle Smithy
Chas. Shaw, grazier, Burnside C'tge
A. Piper, blacksmith, Auchmillan
James Wilson, joiner, Auchmillan
W. Elliot, blacksmith, Crosshands
W. Miller, joiner, Crosshands
Miss Mitchell, Schoolhouse, Crossh'ds

BACK CAUSEWAY AND KNOWE.

Thomas McCaughtrie, gardener
Andrew Smith, potatoe foreman
George Mitchell, church officer
Peter Love. quarryman
John Falconer, boxmaker
Wm. Stewart, blacksmith
John Clark. senr., bellman
John Clark, junr., quarryman
John Tannock, quarryman
Hugh McKie, boxmaker
Andrew McCrae, salesman
Wm. N.B. McIlveen, boxmaker
Jas. Reid & Son, builders, Knowe
John Sim, plumber
Alexander Clark, labourer

BROWN TERRACE.

Wm. Alexander, boxmaker
Geo. Brownlie, sawyer
Jos. McGowan, labourer
Miss McGregor
Andrew Brown, quarryman
Alex. Gibson, quarryman
Jas. McNee, blacksmith
David Bell, quarryman
Robt. Pettigrew, boxmaker
Jno. Murdoch, quarryman
David Reid, Boxmaker
Miss McCulloch, dressmaker

BURNSIDE.

James Baxter, quarry foreman
Jno. Alexander, post office clerk
J. Templeton, Burnbank
Mrs Love
Mrs Burke
David Cairns, quarryman
William Gibson, quarryman
Wm. Lyle, quarryman
Jas. McCurdie, Burngrange
Hugh Taylor, bricklayer
Jas. McGillivray, Senr., Greenhead
Jas. McGillivray, Jnr., Greenhead

CASTLE STREET.

Mrs Jamieson
James Blair, surfaceman
Wm. Murray, quarryman
Andrew Hamilton, joiner
Wm. McChrystal, labourer
Mrs Dunn
Jas, McCabe, surfaceman

CLELLAND PARK.

Miss Connal retired teacher
John Hood, boxmaker
Jno. Gibson, quarryman
Robert Hair, quarryman
Samuel Shane, quarryman
James Dickie, quarryman
James Ramage, quarryman
Alex. King, portioner
Matt. S. McMinn, clerk
Hugh Templeton, quarryman
John Smith quarryman
Robt. Kirkland, boxmaker

COWGATE.

James Willison, boxmaker
Geo. Robertson, labourer
Robt. Brown, labourer
Hugh Ritchie, quarryman
Wm. Smith, quarryman
Jas. Merry, quarryman
Alex Anderson, quarryman
Murchland & Black, plumbers

CROSS.

Mrs D. Hood, stationer
David Hillhouse, grocer
James Doyle, saddler
Misses Broom, fruiterers
Jno. Johnston, cab-driver
Mrs Foulds
Mrs Andrew Walker
Geo. Patrick, residenter
Adam McArvail, newsagent
Mrs Thos. Jamieson, grocer
Mrs Logan, , Jolly Beggars' Howff
David Gibson, joiner
R. Yuill & Sons, slaters &, plumbers
Mrs Gemmell
Robt. Sayers, quarryman
Matt. Lyle, quarryman
Thos. Watt, quarryman
Wm. Bole, quarryman
James Bole, quarryman
David Patrick, quarryman
Robt. Smith, quarryman

EARL GREY STREET.

Mrs McCall, Glebe Cottages
Mrs Paterson, Do.
David Marr, Do.
James Watson, Do.
James Dunlop, joiner
Jno. M McCaig, pointsman
Jno. Morton, quarryman
Jas. Caldow, carter
Alex Galloway, watchmaker
Mungo Murdoch, quarryman
Mrs Brownlie, grocer
Wm. Tannock. Jnr. quarryman
Mrs Rennie
Matt. Paton, fitter
Thos. Breckenridge, fishmonger
John D. McMillan, solicitor
Mrs M. Mitchell
Wm. Walker, Black Bull Hotel
Thos. Harvey solicitor
James Allan, Inspector of Poor
Hector McNeill, draper

HAMILTON PLACE.

Thomas Wilson, turner
Andrew McKie, boxmaker
John Reid, boxmaker
Matthew Campbell, labourer
James Murdoch, quarryman
William Ramsay, weaver
Joseph Wallace, carter
William Lucas, boxmaker
William Reid, quarryman
Hamilton Marr

HIGH STREET AND LOAN.

John Boyd, joiner
Alex Templeton, vanman
Alexander Frew, Ballochmyle Inn
John Cowan, quarryman
John Cunningham, goods porter
Robert Andrew, boxmaker
James Campbell, boxliner
John Bole, quarryman
Robert Hair, quarryman
D Breckenridge, surfaceman
Andrew Reid, quarryman
Robert Cook, surfaceman
Patrick Loy, dealer
Hugh Train, Thistle Inn
William McNider, Springfield
George Black, Loanfoot
Robert Fulton, Loanfoot
John Campbell, coal agent
William Campbell, carter
George Reid, joiner
William Merry, quarryman
Hugh Gray, traveller
William White, quarryman
Robert Gibson, quarryman
Robert Paton quarryman
James Porter. quarryman
R, Cunningham, boxmaker
Hugh Baillie, blacksmith
Alex Walker, Market Inn
John Harper, quarryman
George Johnstone, ostler
Robert Gray, engineman
John Train, labourer
Hugh Baird, quarry foreman
David Bruce, Store manager
John Baird, join
Andrew Wilson joiner
William Howat, quarryman
Robert Sloss, quarryman
Thomas Whyte, quarryman
Patrick Madden, quarryman
William Henderson, quarryman
Hugh Templeton, quarryman
William Waddell, quarryman
Andrew Hinds, labourer
John Reid, Society agent
Pearson & Smith, aerated water manufacturers

HORWOOD PLACE.

George Mair, quarryman
George Allan junr., flesher
James Wilson boxmaker
John Findlay, joiner
Thos. Findlay & Sons, joiners

JAMIESON PLACE.

James Allan, inspector
Miss Jamieson
A. Calderwood, quarry foreman
Alexander Smith, manufacturer
Robert Howie
Miss Murdoch
Mrs Abbott

LOUDON STREET.

Mauchline Co-operative Society Limited
John Gilbert, tailor
Mrs Gillies, confectioner
Mrs R. Stewart
Adam Train, shoemaker
A. McKerrow, ironmonger
H. Aitken, mason
George Allan, senr.
Geo. Allan & Sons, butchers
Wm.F. Blair, baker
Dr. Reid, surgery
John Gibson, posting-master
M. Murdoch, manure agent
John Roxburgh, grain dealer
J.M. Jamieson, grocer
James Murdoch, retired farmer
Roxburgh Black, butcher
Robert Lambie, tailor
D. McLeish, blacksmith
A. Tannock, quarryman
Thomas Learmont, baker
George Rush, hotel-keeper
George Rogerson, roadman
William Abbot, quarryman
Robert Allan, flesher
James Allan, flesher
William McGill, quarryman
Robert Cowan, millmaster
Robert Gibson, surfaceman
R. McMinn, storeman
George Hamilton, railway worker
James Breckenridge, porter
A. Hamilton, pointsman
Thomas Mitchell, postman
William Bisset, quarryman
William Wyllie, sawyer
R. Docherty, baker
James Baird, residenter
William Park, boxworker
George Tait, boxworker
Hugh Dickie, joiner
David McHoull, clerk
John McHoull, turner
James McMinn, quarryman
James Rae, blacksmith
Arch. Fulton, quarryman
Andrew Howie, surfaceman

MANSFIELD.

Thos. Jamieson, grocer, Oakbank
Adam Reid, carter, Oakbank
Matt, Dickie, clerk, Oakbank
Mrs Wm. Bell, Oakbank
Mrs Sharcott, Mansfield Cottage
Nathan Miller, quarryman
John Wilson, boxmaker
Miss Murdoch, dressmaker
Robert Miller, quarryman
Thos. Gibson, carriage-hirer
Hugh Fulton, shoemaker
D. McKie, mason
Wm. McMichael, mason
James Wilson, wood turner
James Walker, contractor
James Meikle, engineman
Thos. Burke, quarryman
James Morton, porter
R. Lamont, mason
William Ferguson, engineer
Mrs Ross
Mrs Lambie

NEW ROAD.

Wm. Wilson, manager
A. Anderson, engine-keeper
Thos. Hood, boxcleaner
Edward Bushel, boxmaker
David Reid, quarryman
Wm. Marr, quarryman
John Cairns, quarryman
Alex Brown, quarryman
David Wilson, baker
Hugh Milton, Sanitary department
R. Kirk, curling stone maker
John Hood, tailor
Miss Logan, teacher
Seaton & Co., drapers, etc.
Thos. McHoul, hallkeeper
James Doyle, saddler
Alex. Crawford, painter
Mrs Grace McIlveen
Mrs Willison
Miss McCrorie
James Richmond
Matt. Dickie, boxmaker
J. M. Jamieson
William Erskine, postman

TANFIELD.

D. B. Cunningham, mason
James, Bell, turner
James Kirkland, inspector
John Breckenridge, pointsman
Wm. Breckenridge, porter
J. McCartney, junr.

VICTORIA COTTAGES.

A. Featherstone coachman
Arch. McPhee, gardener
Wm. Arrol, joiner
Alex. Armour, blacksmith
Wm. Leslie, engineman
Wm. Milton, quarry foreman
Hugh Dunlop, engineman
Robert Bisset, quarryman
James Wilson, quarryman

WILSON PLACE.

Wm. Jamieson, residenter
Wm. Black, quarryman
Alex. McKie, quarryman
George Wallace, engineman
Thos. McMillan, quarryman
Donald Brown, quarryman
John Brown, quarryman
George Docherty, baker
John McMillan, sawyer
Wm. White, quarryman
Thos.Graham, quarryman
David Reid, quarryman

HAUGH.

James Wyllie, clerk
Peter Howie, quarryman
David Brown, ice-stone maker
Wm. Lyell, ice-stone maker
James Thompson, shepherd
Alex. Brown, creamery worker
James Brown, weaver
Joseph Carwell, quarryman
Robert Lawrie, labourer
David McLellan, engineman
J. McKechnie, ice-stone maker
Wm. Fulton, quarryman

FARMS IN PARISH.

James Richmond, Dykefield
Hugh Miller, Grassmillees
Robert. Nairn, Grassyards
Hugh Young, Haughyett
Wm. Harvey, Hollybush
S. Young, Kingencleugh
Hugh Marr, Knowehead
James Mair, Lochhill
Mrs Borland, Mauchline Mains
Alex. Wyllie, East Mossgiel
Mrs Brownlie, West Mossgiel
John Nairn, West Montgarswood
Robert Paton, East Welton
George Ramsay, West Welton
Mrs Baird, East Montgarswood
John Harvey, Redgate
Wm. Lithgow, Haugh
Andrew Inglis, Haughholm
Andrew McGavin, Marshallhaugh
Mrs Reid, Haughhead
Thomas Gebbie, Wynds
Hugh Dickie, Killochhead
Wm. Lindsay, Killoch
Robt. Woodburn, Low Holehouse
Wm Smith,, Lawersbridge
Mrs Young, Roughdyke
Mrs Robert Morton Dalsangan
John Hodge, Craighead
James Hodge, Friendle-shead
D. & W. Weir, West Barwheys
James Hodge, Barneighthill
Hugh Mair. Barneight
J. & R. Stevenson, Boghead
Robt. Wallace, South Auchenbrain
Mrs Mair, North Auchenbrain
George Jamieson, Mosshead
Hugh Mair, Muir
John Blackwood, High Aird
David Bryson, Braehead
Matt. Bryson Drumfork
George Lethardy, Syke
David Templeton, Turnerhill
John Walker, Damhead
Robt. Templeton, Willockstone
David Hodge, Bogwood
James Richmond, Laurieland
Cuthbert Gemmell, Hillhead
J.H. Smith, Rodinghead
J. N. Drummond, Bargour
Hugh Drummond, Craighead
John Cuthbertson, Deaconhill
Alex. Renfrew, Bridgehouse
David McClure, Barwhillan
Matt. Young, Merkland
John Smith, Damhead
John Mitchell, Fowler
J. & J. Mair, Brigland
James Sillars, Garfield
George Hunter, Hillhead
Mrs Wilson, Little Bargour
Adam Train, Hillhead Cottage


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PARISH OF SORN.

CATRINE.

H. W. Pollock,Ayrbank House
J. B. B. Morton,Broomknowe
Dr Sloan,Mansfield House
A. McMaster, Royal Bank House
J. Monie, F.E.I.S., Schoolhouse
Lieut. Col. Hugh Ewing, Ayrbank Cottage
Rev. W. John, M.A. The Manse
Rev. Aeneas C. Gordon, St Cuthbert's Manse
Rev.H.A.Williamson, West U.F. Manse
Rev. J. M. Hamilton. E.U. Church Manse
P. Lynch, Oakfield Cottage
J. L. Campbell Oakfield Cottage
W. McWhir, Cowan Brae House
Jas. L. Miller, Abernethy Cottage
J. Beveridge registrar Ford House
A. M. McCarlie, Viewforth Cottage
R. Mitchell, Janefield, Riverside
Jeanie S. Paterson, Crownville, Riverside
J. W. Paterson, Blanefield, Riverside
D. Graham, Rosebank, Riverside
A. Thomson, Riverbank, Riverside
J. Reid, builder, Heathfield Cott.,
G. Clark, painter, Banville Cott.
Miss Sillar, Douglas Cottage
Miss J. B. Sillar, Burnside
H. Morton, Woodside Cottage
H. Gemmill, Holmview Cottage
J. Hendrie, Rowanlea Cottage
Chas. Hendrie, Conimbla Cottage
G. McMurdo, Kylesmuir Cottage

AYR STREET.

Adam Scott, flesher
Wm. Young, bleacher
D. Young, millworker
James Reid, cycle agent
James Duncan, lapper
James McClymont, bleacher
Wm Logan, watchman
J. P. Whitefield, commercial traveller
James Orr, plasterer
James Park, collier
John Ferguson, baker
John Nicol, miner
John Russel, bleacher

BALLOCHMYLE STREET.

Andrew Cowan, cashier
Hugh Kay, tinsmith
Adam Begg weaving master
R. Stirling, railway manager
Alex. McCarlie, mechanic

BRIDGE LANE.

James Jenkins, carter
T. Caldow, millworker
Louis Reid, miner
James Campbell, labourer
James Roland, labourer
Robert Haining, baker
Mrs Bell, carting contractor

BRIDGE STREET.

James Young, retired draper
R. Crawford, sen., bleacher
A. Young, bleacher
T. C. F. Miller, slater and plumber
R. McCrae, bleacher
Wm. Young, tinsmith
H. Campbell, tailor
John Patrick, millworker
J. Gibb, bleacher
Ralph Taylor, barber
J. Begg, weaving tenter
J. McNeillie, residenter
Wm. Smith baker
Hugh Campbell, tailor
R. Elliot, moulder
J. Mackay, collier
Samuel Keenan, stone-breaker
James Steven, labourer
Hugh Brown, bleacher

CHAPEL STREET.

James Campbell, wheelkeeper
Wm. Pettigrew, dresser
Thos. Campbell, millworker
Samuel Pitt, millworker

CHAPEL BRAE.

J. McDonald, gas manager
Thos. Meikle sen., painter

CORNMILL STREET.
Wm. Gibb, gardener
D. Dalziel, miner
W. Watson miner
Andrew Cook, bleacher
Alex. Hair, mason
Ralph Taylor, barber
William B. Shaw, bleacher
Mrs Margaret McCreadie
Mrs Sarah McCarlie

COWAN PLACE.

John Allan, joiner
Wm. Goudie, taylor
Miss C Aitken, teacher
Wm. Purvis, quarryman
Mrs Templeton
Mrs Gibson

FORD STREET.

Catrine Co-operative Society, Ltd.
J. K. Gibson, baker
H. Girvan, boxmaker
W. Fulton, druggist
J. Hamilton, labourer
W. Anderson, residenter
T. Paterson, collier
H. Rodger, millworker
A. Boyd, bleacher
Hugh Turner, miner
T. Nimmo, sen., residenter
Alex. Chisholm, doorkeeper
W. McFadzean, sen., residenter

MILL SQUARE.
Jas. Finlay & Co., manufacturers
Wm. Reid, mason
Hugh Morton, bootmaker
G. C. Parker, engineer
Wm. Meikle, baker
Wm. McWhir, draper
Seaton & Co., drapers and milliners
Wm. Jamieson, spirit dealer
Robert Meikle, painter
J. Nimmo, bleacher
H. Urquhart, joiner
J. Stirling, bleacher
W.B. Young, bleacher
D. Girvan, bleacher
Dr Sloan, surgery
Mrs Girvan, dressmaker
T. Aitken, jun., shoemaker
James Reid, cycle agent
Armoury, D Coy., 2nd V.B.R.S.F.
J. R. Hood photographer
J. Caldow, bleacher
John Auld, tailor and clothier

MILL STREET.

Alex. Manson, cloth lapper
David manson, mechanic
R. Dunsmuir, retired grocer
Misses Dunsmuir, grocers
R. Thomson, quarryman
Jas. Raeside, Red Lion Inn
W.. Duff, labourer
Alex. Gordon, quarryman
James Gray, travelling draper
R. Gillies, painter
Mrs Hunter, china merchant
Wm. Carson, millworker
James Young, bleacher
James Jenkins, coal agent
Arch. Thomson, draper
Samuel Reid, P.O. employee
A. Brown, spinning tenter
John Kay, bleacher
Miss McCall
J. C. McCall postmaster
D. Meikle, shopkeeper
A. McDonald, quarryman
D. More, solicitor
Wm. McWhirter, joiner
John Carson, bleacher
John McDonald, quarryman
Alex. Buchanan millworker
J. Johnstone butcher
George Black, carter
Mrs Cree
Mrs Carson
George Steven, collier
Alexander Scott, collier
William Barbour, collier
John McGarrey, collier
Alexander Murdoch collier

MULL MULL STREET.

Matt. Patrick, millworker
Matt. Johnstone quarryman
R. McNaughton, engineman
John Hannah, mason
R. Gibson engine-keeper
Alex. Cross, miner
H. E. Hamilton, engine-keeper
J. McClelland, engineman

NEWTON.

George Reid, jun., mason
James Reid, mason
Wm. Martin, miner
D. Alexander, fireman
James Hood, joiner
James Steven, engine-keeper
R. Marlow, millworker
D. Hamilton, quarryman
D. Leckie, quarryman
T. M Kinnell, bleacher
T. Adams, miner
John Caldow, bleacher
James Johnstone joiner
Williams Gray miner
James Henderson, miner
Andrew McMurdo, miner
Robert Walker miner
William Walker minor
John Hair, collier
John Mackie, collier

PARK TERRACE.

R. Urquhart joiner
W. Clark, weaving tenter
T. Fraser, collier
P. Craig, mechanic
D, Brown, bleacher
D. Armour, bleacher
James Brown, millworker
R. McCulloch, doorkeeper
W. Armour, joiner
G. Urquhart, weaving tenter
J. Cruickshank, drill instructor
W. Ballie, carter
J. Gemmill, pitheadman
James Craig, teacher

ST. CUTHBERT STREET.

W. H. Reid, blacksmith
George Hastie, miner
James Struthers, clerk
'I'. Nimmo spinning tenter
D. Scott, engine-keeper
R. Sayers, bleacher
John Nimmo, surveyor
James Cockburn, bleacher
George Park, bleacher
T. Downie, pointsman,
H. Blain, blacksmith
A. Clark, miner
H Gray, collier
R. Miller, slater
W. Buchanan, bleacher
J. Forrest, bleacher
H. Hastings, pitheadman
George Stevens, miner
James Willison, joiner
Wm. McDowall, collier
A. Black, engine-keeper
George Nimmo, bleacher
D. McCulloch, fireman
J. Hyslop, bleacher
W. Alexander, bleacher
J. McKinnel, bleacher
W. Nimmo bleacher
Wm. Reid jun., engine-keeper
W. McLure night watchman
W. Montgomery, bleacher
W. Reid, sen., engine-keeper
R. Reid, blacksmith
R. Maxwell, bleacher
W. Cairns, bleacher
R. Wilson, bleacher
George McCrae, bleacher
W. Hyslop, bleacher
R. Lyle, sen., bleacher
John Morton, bleacher
R. H. Cairns, bleacher
R. Lyle, jun., bleacher
Alex brown bleacher
R. Anderson, mason
James Young, tailor's cutter

ST. GERMAIN STREET.

John McKay, spirit dealer
R. B. Conner, inspector of poor
Wm. Young, tinsmith
Hugh Harvey, carter
David Graham, clothier
James Bell, sen., miner
W. Park, flesher
J. W. Paterson, ironmonger
Catrine Brewing Coy.
R. & J. Mitchell, merchants
R. McDonald, fruiterer
James Brown, jeweller
Elizabeth Walker, baker,
James Barclay, hotel-keeper
Duncan Macklam, tailor
W. Bryan, flesher
J. Wilson, Tea Rooms
C. J .Walker, inn-keeper
Royal Bank Branch

STEWART PLACE.

W. Buchanan, blacksmith
John Pollock, bleacher
James Foley, miner
Mrs Hastie
J. Richmond, miner
S. Fraser, miner
R, McGuire, miner
Neil Anderson, miner
Miss Marlow, dressmaker
John Hall, carter

TOWNHEAD.

John Auld, tailor
W. B. Thomson, cloth-lapper
R. Bell. jun., joiner
George Reid, builder
Wm. Mclatchie, joiner
Arch. Mearns,pointsman
Mrs Faulds, The Cottage
A. D. M. Cook, joiner
John Kemp, brewer
George Sayers, residenter
James Muir, weaving tenter
R. Crawford, mason
R. Bell, insurance agent

WOOD STREET.

Mrs Murray
Robert Meikle, painter
Robert Bell, joiner
H. Winning, jun., collier
Alexander Harvey, carter
Wm. Watson, cork-cutter
A. Anderson, engine-keeper
Matthew Henderson, baker
George Stevenson, miner
Joan Goodlet, engineer
John Black, quarryman
T. Haining, pitheadman
R. McCulloch, blacksmith
J. Paterson, lodging-house keeper
Thomas Bowes, pawnbroker
A. Harvey, carter
W. Mitchell, watchmaker
John Reid, mole catcher
Jas. Murdoch, carriage hirer
James Hamilton, bleacher
A. Cumming, surfaceman
James Steele, roadman
Wm. Ferguson cooper
Wm. McNab, shoemaker
Thomas Black, blacksmith

SORN.

Rev. H. C. Begg, The Manse
E. Robertson, The Schoolhouse
R. Watson, registrar, Post Office
James Alston, blacksmith
Alexander Gibson, joiner
Mrs McKie, Greyhound Inn
Robert Boyd, Bakers' Arms
James Murdoch, grocer, etc.
Wm. Hendry, jun., grocer
John Harrison, engineman
J. Greenshields, engine-keeper
Wm. Jamieson, collier
Wm. Cameron, flesher
E. Harrison, engineman
J. Murdoch, jun., bus driver
W. Gordon, gardener
Joseph Johnstone, tailor
Mrs Logan
Rober Aird, labourer
Wm. Cook, miner
R. Lightbody, engine-keeper
J. Cook, pit roadsman
J. McCallum, quarryman
T. Muir, miner
Arch. Retson, mole catcher
Arch. Baird, road surfaceman
A. Hall. miner
James Cook, grocer
Mrs McCrone, Beechgrove Cottage
Wm. Piper, roadsman
D. Cameron, roadsman
James Wilson, carter
A. Cook, miner
J. Stewart, miner
R. Reid, miner
Mrs Clark, Sandbed
W. Murdoch, bower, Bridgend
J. Baird, shoemaker, Bridgend
J. Hope, roadsman, Roundshaw
Peter Earl, Muirside
H.Lees, dairyman, New Mill
R. Hall, Kilnow Cottage
A. McFauld, gardener, Sorn Castle
J. Wilson, gamekeeper, Sorn Castle
J. Gibson, fireman, Burnside
J. Gordon, collier, Burnside
Wm. Hastie, J.P., Gilmilnscroft
J. Finnie, oversman, Gilmilnscroft
R. Hastie, blacksmith, Gilmilnscroft

FARMS IN SORN PARISH.

John Wilson, shepherd, Hillhead
R. Strathearn, jun., . Smiddieshaw
Alex. Stewart, Waulkmilns
G. & J. Templeton, Crofthead,
Miss Traill, Sorn Mains
Chas. Baird, North Blairkip
J. & G. Baird, South Blairkip
R. Fitzsimmons, Knowehead
Matt. McTaggart, Meadowhead
W. Anderson, Weitshaw
Jas. Sloan, Blairmulloch
Wm. Bruce, Dykeneuk
T. Clark, Nethershield
J. Harper, jun., West Town
C. Sloan, Daldilling
R. Cuthbertson, Holehousemill
J. Williamson, Holehousehillhead
R. Brown. Dalgain
J.&J. Baird, Blindburn
H. Ferguson, High Brocklar
J. Mackie, Blackside
J. A. Watson, Daldorch
Wm. Gray, Dalgain Mill
John Piper, Barshouse
James Retson, Woodhead
W. Girvan, North Logan
J. Givan, Laigh Logan
T. Campbell, South, Logan
Mrs Kennedy, Glenshamrock
James Wilson, Blacksidend
G. R. Templeton, Henryston
George Peden, Bogend
R. &, J. Sharp, Kensty
M. Bryson, Whiteflat
J. Alexander, Brackenhill
John Duncan, Roundshaw
Mrs McKerrow, Croftfoot
Wm. Watson, Blackdyke
Mrs Baird Mid Montgarswood
A. Watson, Barboigh
R. A. Taylor, Carleith
D. Bone, Auchincloigh
Mrs McGavin, Newhouse
W. Wallace, Darnhay
J. Lambroughton Auchmannoch
D. Graham, High Logan
Findlay Murchie, Hill
James Wilson, Meadowhead
R. Strathearn, Blackbriggs
Wm. Clark, Auchinlongford
Mrs Clark, Low Merkland
G. F. Milligan, Over Heiller
J. Baird, Glenlogan
John Harper, Shiel
Mrs Young, Nether Heiller
J. F. Nicol, Over Catrine
A. C. Duncan, Catrineshaw
T. Ramage, Catrine Holm
A.Taylor, Shawwood
J. Lymburner, Little Heateth
J. R. & W. Boswell, Meikle Heateth
James Boswell, Hillhend
H. Hodge, Auchmillanhill
A. Paton, Oxenshaw
J. McKerrow, Sawerston
T. Kerr, South Limmerhaugh
A. Park, North Limmerhaugh
G. & W. Campbell West Auchinlongford
John Wilson Bruntshields
Jas. Harrison, Bridgend Holm
Arch. Piper, Damhead
J. Miller, Mid Whiteflat
C. Shaw, Catrine Mains
J. Howie, Little Blackdyke
J. & W. Craig, Muirhead


HOME AND COLONIAL OUTFITTERS.
SEATON & CO. have every confidence in drawing attention to their Tailoring Department. They turn out Suits in quite the most recent up-to-date City cut and style at economical prices. Their 42/- KERSEY SUIT is Splendid Value.
Their 50/- KILMARNOCK TWEED SUIT gives every satisfaction.
They make a speciality of Gents Outfits for the Colonies, and as one of their firm is in South Africa, they know exactly the requirements.

SHIPPING AGENTS FOR SOUTH AFRICA AMERICA AND CANADA.

SEATON & CO., CATRINE and MAUCHLINE.


JAMES BROWN,
Practical Watchmaker, Jeweller, and Optician,
ST. GERMAIN STREET,
CATRINE,
In returning thanks to the inhabitants of CATRINE and surrounding district for the large and increasing patronage he has received since commencing business, respectfully intimates that his Stock at present is very complete in every Department.
Always on hand a choice selection of Ladies' and Gent's Watches, Jewellery, Clocks, and Electro-Plated Goods, including Tea Sets, Silver Salvers, Cake Baskets, Cruet Frames, Biscuit Boxes, Jelly Dishes, etc. of Good Quality and Design, suitable for Marriage and Christmas Gifts.
Note.-Being in regular communication with several of the best Houses in London, Birmingham, and Glasgow, any article required not in Stock may be had at a Day's Notice.

Try my Specialty in Pebble Spectacles at 3/- per Pair.

All descriptions of
Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, and Musical Instruments,
Repaired on the Premises at moderate Charges and at the Shortest Notice.
CLOCK WINDING UNDERTAKEN By AGREEMENT.


WILLIAM MEIKLE,
Family Bread, Biscuit, and Pastry Baker,

MILL SQUARE, CATRINE.



. . SOIREES AND PICNICS SUPPLIED. . .
Superior Breakfast Rolls. Soda Scones. Pancakes.
Oatcakes of Excellent Quality. Dishes Covered.
ALL ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO.

HOT PIES ON SATURDAYS.
Richly Ornamented Bride and Christening
Cakes to Order.


J. & J. R. HOOD,
PHOTOGRAPHERS, CATRINE.

Portraiture of all Kinds.

Special arrangements for Pic-Nic Parties visiting Neighbourhood,

Views of Catrine and surrounding Scenery.
'Real Photo' Postcards for Photos or Views.

Agent for Household Coal.
Agent for Royal Insurance Company - Fire and Life.

Printing of Every Description Promptly Executed.


James Murdoch.
Carriage Hirer.
SORN,
And BURNS' ARMS HOTEL STABLES, CATRINE,
Respectfully thanks his numerous Patrons, and trusts to have a further and increasing patronage, which will ever have his careful and prompt attention.
Landaus Cabs
Waggonettes
Dog Carts
Mourning Carriages
Brakes
'Busses
Job and Post Horses. Stabling and Lock-up Coach-houses.
Excursion Parties and Coaching Tours specially arranged for,
Marriage Parties Supplied.
MURDOCH'S SORN to CATRINE and MAUCHLINE, and CATRINE to MAUCHLINE 'Busses run in connection with various Trains.

ARCHIBALD THOMSON,

General Draper

MILL STREET, CATRINE,
Has always on hand a large Variety of the
BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES.

Choice Selection in Dress Goods and Ready-Made Costumes
New Prints, Pandoras, and Galateas.

Ladies' Mantles, Jackets, and Capes.

PLAIN HOUSEHOLD GOODS UNSURPASSED FOR VARIETY, QUALITY, AND VALUE.
DRESSMAKING,
Special attention is directed to this Department. Style and Fit equal to anything got in larger towns. Charges Moderate.


MEIKLE,

House and Sign Painter,
Paper-hanger and Glazier.


ESTABLISHED 70 YEARS.


Genuine Paints, Oils, Colours, Varnishes, Brushes, etc.
Argonat Enamels and Varnish Stains.

Frame and Room Mouldings, Mirrors, Shades, Wreaths,

Paper Hangings in stock or supplied on shortest notice.
Pictures Framed, etc.

MILL SQUARE, CATRINE.


PHOTOGRAPHY.

R. DUNCAN, AYR ST., CATRINE,
Begs to intimate that he is prepared to execute Photographs in all latest and Popular Styles. BUILDINGS, ANIMALS, etc., by Appointment.
ENLARGED PHOTOGRAPHS in Carbon &c. Picture Frames in Great Variety.
Hours-10 a.m. till 3 p.m.


TAILORING.

VISIT
MACKLAM'S,
St. Germain Street,
If you want a Fashionable Suit at a Moderate Price
Wearing Trousers from 9s. Tweed suits from 35s.
Serge Suits from 38s.
Mournings Specially Attended to at
MACKLAM'S, St Germain Street, CATRINE.


MRS. BELL,
Carting Contractor,
FORD STREET, CATRINE.

ALL WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
ESTIMATES SUPPLIED.


ROBERT McDONALD,
Wholesale and Retail Fruiterer,
ST. GERMAIN STREET, CATRINE.

Always on hand a SELECT STOCK of the
FINEST FRUITS IN SEASON.


JOHN AULD,
TAILOR, CLOTHIER, and OUTFITTER,
THE SQUARE, CATRINE.
J. A. has always on hand a large and well-selected Stock of the Best Quality of Materials for Gentlemen's Wear. The Cutting is done by himself. Style and Fit guaranteed. Parties wishing their own Cloth made up will have the same strict attention.
Extraordinary Value in Felt Hats, Tweed Hats, Cloth Caps, Braces, Collars and Cuffs, Handkerchiefs, Waterproof Coats, Umbrellas, Hosiery, Scarfs and Ties, Shirts and Shirtings, &c.,&c.


JAMES REID,
CYCLE AGENT,

THE SQUARE, CATRINE.

Our Motto - "The Very Best of Everything, at Lowest Possible Prices."
Over Twelve Years' Experience in Repairs.
Give us a Trial, Please.


WILLIAM McWHIR,
DRAPER AND CLOTHIER,
MILL SQUARE, CATRINE,
Has always on hand a Large and Well Selected Stock of FASHIONABLE GOODS, which, for Variety, Quality, and Value, will be found Second to None in the Trade. Inspection Freely Invited.

Motto. . ."Small Profits, Quick Returns."


JAMES JENKIN,
COAL AGENT,
BRIDGE LANE, CATRINE.
Carrier between Catrine and Kilmarnock.
Leaving Catrine every Tuesday and Friday morning at 7 o'clock.
Leaving Kilmarnock at 3-30 o'clock.
J. J. hopes, by strict attention to Business, to merit a share of
- Public Patronage. -


WILLIAM YOUNG,
Plumber, Gasfitter and Tinsmith,

ST. GERMAIN STREET, CATRINE.

ESTIMATES SUPPLIED
For all kinds of Plumbing and Gasfitting Work.


GEORGE CLARK,
House Decorator, Glazier & Paperhanger,
BANVILLE COTTAGE, CATRINE,
Paints, Oils, Colours, Varnishes, Brushes, Glass, etc.. Room and Picture Frame Mouldings Pictures Framed.
A Large Assortment of WALL PAPER from 2d per Piece upwards.


R. JOHNSON
BUTCHER,
MILL STREET, CATRINE,
Begs to intimate that having taken over this Old Established Business some time ago, he trusts to be favoured with a continuance and increase of public patronage, which will ever have his best attention.

SAUSAGES and CORNED BEEF of Best Quality.

R. J.'s Van calls at Customers' Residences in surrounding Districts several times weekly.

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