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GENERAL AND TRADES'

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Newton, and Wa/lacetown.

1873-74

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Academy, - - - - 7 Insurance Offices and Agents, - 13
Advertisements, - - - 119 Justice of Peace Court, - - - 5
Assessed Taxes, 8 Kyle Union Poor House Board, - 5
Ayr Bible Society, - - - - 10 Lands Valuation—Kyle District, - 8
Ayr Cemetery, - - 6 Lieutenancy of Ayrshire, - - 17
Ayr District Road Trust, - - 5 Magistrates and Town Council of Ayr, 3
Ayr Fairs, 16 Magistrates of Newton, - - -12
Ayr Gas Company, - - - -9 Market Days, - - - - - 5
Ayr Pub. Library & Reading Room, 11 Masonic Lodges, - - - - 11
Ayr Sabbath School Union Society, 10 Medical Practitioners, - - -9
Ayr School Board, - 4 Merchant Company, - - - 10
Ayr Young Men's Association, - 10 Municipal
p Police Board, - 4
Ayrshire Agricultural Association, - 5 N
Newspapers, - 13
Banks, - - - - - -12 Newton Consumers' Gas Company,
Carriers, - - - - - - 16 Orange Association of Scotland, - 12
Certified Industrial School, - 8 Post Office—
Clergy of the District, - J7 Despacth of Letters, &c, - 19
Coaches, - - - - - - 7 Inland Book Post, - - - 12
Commissary Court, - - 4 Inland Letters. - - - -21
Corn Exchange Company, - 9 Inland Newspapers, - - - 22
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County Gaol, - - - - Postage of Letters to the Colo-


County Lunacy Board, - ' 17 nies and Foreign Countries, 24
County Police Committee, - 18 Registration, - - - - 22
County Prison Board, - 17 Savings Banks, - - - - 21
Cricket Clubs, - - II Telegraphs, - - - - 23
Customs, - IO Public Reading Room, - - - 10
Directory—Ayr,
y y , - - 26 Quoiting Club, - - - - - 12
New-ton and Wallacetown, 644 Resident Act. Justices of the Peace, 13
Dispensary and FFever H Hospital,
i l 8 Sailors' Society, - - - - io
Excise, - - - . . Sheriff Court, 4
Grammar School, - - Sheriff Officers, - - - - 6
Golf Clubs, - - - Smith's Institution, - 7
Guildry of Ayr, - Solicitors before the Sheriff Court, - 6
Harbour Trustees, - Trades' Directory, - - - - 92
Income Tax—Kyle District, Trades' House, - 6
Incorporation of Whipmen, Water Company, - 9
Population of Parliamentary Burgh of Ayr in i86r, ... 18,571
Do. do. do. 1871, ... 17,851
Decrease in Ten Years, ... ... ... .... 720.
This Burgh, with Irvine, Campbeltown, Inverary, and Oban
returns One Member to Parliament. Ayr is the Returning Burgh.
Constituency of the Burgh of Ayr, 2442; Municipal Constituency,
1054—E. H. J. Craufurd, M.P.
Population of Ayrshire in 1861, 198,408
Do. do. 1871, 200,745
Increase in Ten Years, .... .... ... 2,337
Constituency of the County of Ayr—South Ayrshire, 3535 ;
North Ayrshire, 3339.
Member for South Ayrshire—Sir David Wedderburn, Bart.
Member for North Ayrshire—William Finnie

TOWN COUNCIL OF AYR.


Provost—John Macneille.
Bailies—Archibald Rae and P. B. Hill.
Dean-of-Guild—Hugh Wyllie. Treasurer—Andrew Hunter.
Councillors.
Bobert Eaglesham Hamilton King James Oliver
John Sloan David Milligan Matthew Adam.
John Smith Alex. Weir James Hunter
R. M. Beveridge Arthur Lang James Ferguson
Town-Chambarlain—Robert M'Callum. Clerk—John Pollock.
Proc. fiscal—C. B. Rowan. Surveyor—J. I. M'Derment.
Billet Master—D. M'Donald.
Inspector of Weights and Measures—James M'Cririck.
Valuator of Lands and Heritages and Registrar of Voters—G. Tosh.
B
DIRECTORY.

MUNICIPAL POLICE BOARD.


Commissioners.
Provost Macneille Andrew Hunter David Milligan
Arthur Lang James Ferguson John Sloan
Hugh Wyllie Peter Barry Hill James Oliver
Archibald Rae Robert Eaglesham James Hunter
Alexander Weir John Smith R. M. Beveridge.
Hamilton King Matthew Adam J. I. M'Derment
Clerk—John Pollock. Treasurer and Collector- Robert M'Callum,
Town Chamberlain.
Proc. Fiscal—C. B. Rowan. Superintendent of Police—D. M 'Donald.
Surveyor, Collector of Prison, &c, Assessment,
James I. M'Derment. Robert M'Callum.
Tester of Illuminating Power of Gas—James M 'Cririck.

GUILDRY OF AYR: Dean- Hugh Wyllie.


Council.
Provost Macneille Andrew Paterson D. Milligan
Ex-Bailie M'Creadie James Ferguson J. B. Paton
Bailie Rae W. Alexander J, I. M'Derment
Bailie Hill W. Robertson
Clerk—John Pollock; Treas.—R. M'Callum; Officer—W. M'Dowall.

AYR SCHOOL BOARD. \


Chairman—Rev. Thomas Dykes, D.D.
Kennedy Crawford ! Rev. G. J. C. Scott Thomas Ste<:le
\V. M'Clelland James. M. Ferguson Rev. <T. Copland
Henry C. Gray James Paton
Secretary—W. Macrorie. Treasurer—R. M'Callum.
Officer—R. A. Miller. ' '

S H E R I F F COURT—Sits every Tuesday and Thursday.


Sheriff—N. C. Campbell. Sheriff.Substitute—James Robison.
Sheriff Clerk—E. A. Hunter, W.S. Sheriff Clerk-Depute—T. Kerr.
Proc.-Fiscals for County—J. F. &. R. D. Murdoch.
Bar Officer—G. Graham.
Ordinary Court sits both Tuesday and Thursday, at lo A.M.
Debts Recovery Court sits every Thursday at 10.30.

COMMISSARY COURT: Commissary—N. C. Campbell,


Commissary Depute—J. Robison. Commissary Clerk—R.'Goudie.
The Procurators before the Sheriff Court are Practitioners also
before the Commissary Court.
DIRECTORY. 5

JUSTICE OF PEACE COURT.


The Justices sit the first Monday of every month, at II A.M., for
the decision of claims not exceeding ,£5, and immediately afterwards
for the determination of questions under the other branches of their
jurisdiction.
Clerk—Charles G. Shaw.
Depute-Clerk—W. H. Dunlop.
Procurator-Fiscals—J. F. & R. D. Murdoch.
Bar Officer—Geo. Graham.
AYRSHIRE AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION.
President—Col. Alexander of Ballochmyle.
Vice-Presidents— The Most Noble The Marquis of Ailsa, Richard
Oswald of Auchencruive, J. Hunter of Glenapp, R. F. F.
Campbell of Craigie, Graham Somervell of Sorn, Patrick Boyle
of Shewalton.
Twenty-One Extraordinary and Twenty-Four Ordinary Directors.
Secretary and Treasurer—James M'Murtrie.

KYLE UNION POOR HOUSE BOARD.


Chairman —Provost Macneille. Secretary—David Dougall.
Governor—"Win. M'Cracken. Matron—Mrs M'Cracken.
Chaplain—Wm. Grant, Missionary. Medical Officer—Dr Wield.

TRUSTEES FOR THE HARBOUR OF AYR.


Chairman—Provost Macneille.
Thomas Steele Hudi Wyllie James Ferguson
Robert Paton David Highet Hugh M'Jannet
Archibald Rae j Andrew Hunter | William Young
Robert Eaglesham David Hume
William Johnstone P. B. Hill
\ Harbour Master and Water Bailie—Robert Boyd.
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Collectoi —James Gray. * Clerk—John Pollock.
Master Pilot—William Stewart. Agent for Lloyds —Capt. J. Baird.
ROAD TRUST, AYR DISTRICT.
Treasurer—G. Gemmell. Clerk—C. G. Shaw.
Surveyor—William Campbell.

FAST DAYS—On Wednesday preceding the third Sabbath of


April and Wednesday preceding the last Sabbath of October.
MARKET DAYS—Tuesday and Friday.
DIUECTOKY.

TRADES' HOUSE.
Deacon.Convener—R. Eaglesharn.
Trades. Deacons. Trades. Deacons.
Hammermen—William Ingram Squaremen —Wm. Alexander
Weavers —R. Eaglesham Shoemakers—E. Smith
Tailors —Jas. Cunningham Fleshere —David Rodger
Fiscal—Andrew Glass. Clerk—R. Goudie. Officer—J. Howat

SOLICITORS BEFORE T H E S H E R I F F COURT.


Dean of Faculty—W. Andrews.
Andrews, Walter, Girvan Kilpatrick, Wm., Ayr
Andrews, David, Girvan Kerr, Thomas, Avr
Andrew, James, Ayr Murdoch, J. F., Ayr
Brown, William, Maybole Murray,. Wm., Girvan
Blair, Patrick, Irvine Macrorie, Wm., Ayr
Brown, David, Maybole Murdoch, R. D., Ayr
Beveridge, R. M , Ayr Morton, George, Ayr
Burns, Patrick, Kilwinning M'Clelland, J., Ayr
Boyd, J. W., Ayr M'Clymont, J. W., Ayr
Brackinridge, Arch., Cumnock M'Cubbin, A., Ayr
Christie, William, Irvine M'Cubbin, W. F., Ayr
Clark, John B., Mauchline . M'Xeight, Wm^ Ayr
Dunlop, D., Ayr M'Murtrie, James, Ayr
Dunlop, W. H , Ayr M'C«h, J. M., Ayr and Dairy
Dickie, James, Irvine M'JaSket, W. D , Irvine
Dick, J. T., Ayr Maclimont, John, Girvan
Dougall, D., Ayr Pollock, William, Ayr
Forsyth, Wm , Girvan Pollock, John, Ayr
Goudie, R., Ayr Rowart, C. B., Ayr
Gemmell, Andrew, Ayr Robertson, J., Girvan
Gray, J., jr., Maybole Shaw, C. G., Ayr
Harvey, Thomas^ Ayr White^A., Cumnock
Highet, H. M., Irvine
Secretary—Thqmas Kerr. Auditor of Accounts—J. F. Murdoch.
S H E R I F F OFFICER;
II. Cowan J. Rodger J. Ramsay
G. Graham J. Smith
H. Maguire H, Wyllie

AYR CEMETERY.
Managars,WThe Magistrates and Council.
Treasurer—Joseph Erskine., Secretary—John Pollock.
DIEECTOftV.

CLERGY.
Established, 1st Charge—Rev. I Episcopalian—Rt. Rev. Wm. S.
T. Dykes, D.D. Wilson, LL.D., Bishop of
Do. 2d do.—J. Sinclair Glasgow & Galloway. Curate
Do. Newton—E. L Thompson and Chaplain—R. Ritchie
Do. Wallacetown Chapel—G. Original Seceders—J. Robertson
J. C. Scott Reformed Presbyterian—T. H.
Free Church—William Grant Lang
Do. Newton—John Millar Moravian—S. King
Do. Wallacetown—A. Rowand | Methodist—E. Baylis
United Presbyterian, Darlington ! Congregational—J. M> Metealfe
Place—R. M. Maclnnes 1 Evangelical Union—J.M'Ildowie
United Presbyterian, Cathcart I Roman Catholic—P. M'Lauchlan
Street—George Copland j
Keeper of Register of Proc amations—Joseph Erskine.
Session Clerk—James Thomson.
Register of Births, Marriages, and Deaths—Wm. B. Cuthbertson.
ACADEMY.
Rector—James Macdonald, M. A., LL D.
English—The Rector, Andrew Stevenson, and Assistant
Classics—The Rector, Wm Craigie, M A., and R. Cameron, M.A.
Arithmetic and Mathematics—James Thomson, William Reid,
Assistant.
Writing and Drawing—L Anderson, and • Tennant, Assistant.
Modern Languages—M. Gausseron.
Secretary—W. F. M'Cubbin. Treasurer—Hugh Cowan.
Janitor—Sergt. J. Stowell.

GRAMMAR SCHOOL.
Rector—George Hall.

INFANT AND JUVENILE SCHOOL, Charlotte Street.


Trustees—The Provost of Ayr, the two Ministers of Ayr, the
Minister of Newton, the Minister of Wallacetown.
Teacher—Miss Scott. Treas.—C. Cowan. Sec.—Rev. J. Sinclair,

SMITH'S INSTITUTION.
Teachers—George Bain and Miss Moodier
Trustees—Provost Macneille, Bailie Rae, Bailie Hill, Rev. Thos.
Dykes, D.D., and Rev. John Sinclair.
DIUECTORY.

CERTIFIED INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, Carrick Street, Ayr.


BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Hugh Cowan, Esq. of St. Leonards, Chairman.
Cuthbert Cowan, Esq., Treasurer. David Dunlop, Esq., Secretary.
Sub-Committee.
Hugh Cowan T. M. Gemmell A. Paterson
Cuthbert Cowan R. M. Kay Major Phillips
Col. Crawford Dr Montgomerie E. Paton
D. Dunlop Provost Macneille J. Paton
M. T. Paterson Colonel Young J. F. Murdoch
Members ex-omco—The Clergymen of the District who are
Subscribers,
Superintendent—G. R. Scott. Matron—Mrs Scott.
Industrial Master—A. M'Intyre.

ASSESSED TAXES.
Clerk—C. G. Shaw. Inspector—D. R. Vass. Surveyor—G. Tosh.
Collector—James Brown.

LANDS VALUATION—KYLE DISTRICT.


Charles G. Shaw, Clerk. George Tosh, Assessor.

INCOME T A X - K Y L E DISTRICT.
Commissioners—
John Bell of Enterkine Graham Somervell of Sorn
William Cooper of Failford Patrick Boyle of Shewalton
John Hamilton of Sundrum Major-General Burnett of Gad-
R. F. F. Campbell of Craigie girth
Capt. Hamilton of Rozelle Wm. Finnie of Newfield, M. P.
Clerk—James M'Murtrie. Inspector—D. R. Vass.
Assessor and Surveyor— George Tosh. Collector—James Brown.
Special Assessors under Schedules D and E—
R. F. F. Campbell of Craigie John Macneille of Blackburn
Andrew Paterson of Carsfon J. P. Wilson of Polquhairn
T. M. Gemmell of Frankville

DISPENSARY AND FEVER HOSPITAL.


Patron — The Most Noble the Marquis of Bute.
President—Provost Macneille.
Hugh Cowan Wm. Pollock James Paton
Rev. Dr Dykes David Highet James Templeton.
James M'Creadif Andrew Paterson Bailie Rae
Consulting Physician—Robert Dobbie, M.D.
Consulting Surgeons—John Ronald, J. R. Watt, M.D.
House Surgeon—W. R. M'Donald, M.D. Matron—Mrs Barren.
Sec. and Treas.—Robert M'Callum.
DIRECTORY.

MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS.
John Ronald J. Montgomerie David Wield, M.D.
R. B. Erskine, M.D Robt. Dobbie, M.D. J. L. Mason, M.D.
W. R. Macdonald, J. C. Wilson, M.D. W. Naismith, M.D.
M.D. T. M-Knight, M.D. J. R. Watt, M.D.
AYR GAS COMPANY.
Chairman—Hugh Cowan. Vice-Chairman—Dr Ronald.
Directors.
James Templeton John M'llwrath J. Robertson
Cuthbert Cowan W. B. Cuthbertson D. Highet
Wm. Bain.
Sees, and Treas—W. Pollock. Manager—Lawrence Hislop.
Clerk—Alex. Nisbet. Collector—Robert M'Crindle : house, II
Cathcart Street.
NEWTON CONSUMERS' GAS COMPANY.
Chairman—James Ferguson.
Directors.
William Affleck William Mills Hugh Wyllie
William Bain John Smith John M'Rae
John M'llwrath George Wilson
Sec. and Treas.—Robert Fergusson, Writer.
Manager—James Goudie. Collector—Sergt. James Murray.
WATER COMPANY.
Chairman—Hugh Cowan. Vice-Chairman—James Paton.
Committee.
Provost Macneille John Hamilton C. Cowan
David Highet James Templeton John Robertson
Treas.—Jas. I. M'Derment. Clerk—C. G. Shaw.
CORN EXCHANGE COMPANY.
Chairman—Quintin Bone.
James Smith John Rankin Andrew Young
William Reid R. M. Cunningham Robert Wallace
William M'Creath John Cunningham John Findlay
Charles Stewart John M'Creath
William Kilpatrick, Treas. Thomas Steele, Sec.
William Love, Clerk.

EXCISE.
Collector—John Robertson. Supervisor—G. Moodie.
Officer—Peter Connachar.
10 DIRECTORY.

CUSTOMS.
Collector—Geo. W. Carr. Examining Officer—John H. Haddefl,
Out-Door Officer—Alex. G. Smith.
AYR BIBLE SOCIETY.
President — Hugh Cowan, Esq.
Treas.—Gavin Gemmell.
Sec—Rev. Thos. H. Lang. Depository—W. B. Cuthbertson,

SAILORS' SOCIETY—Instituted 1581.


Preses— Sec.—Hugh Cowan. Treas.—James Gray.
Officer—G. Milligan.
MERCHANT COMPANY.
Instituted 1665, and in 1821 a Fund was formed for Widows and
Orphans.
Master—Robert Fergusson. Treas.—Robert M'Callum.
Assistants.
John Robertson William Pollock John Pollock"
Robert M'Callum George Tosh James Morton
J. I. M'Derment.
Sec.—William Pollock. Officer—John Munn.
AYR YOUNG MEN'S ASSOCIATION.
Meets every Tuesday evening, during the winter months, in the Ayr
Free Church Session-House at 8 P.M.
Presidents—Rev. W. Grant and Rev. J Sinclair.
Yice-Presidents—Wallace Allan and Arthur Morgan.
Secretary—Geo. Tosh, Montgomerie Terrace-
Treasurer—Thomas Crawford.

PUBLIC READING-ROOM—Town Buildings.


Pres.—Provost Macneille Treas.—K. Crawford Sec—J. Pollock
Keeper—J. Cunningham.

INCORPORATION OF WHIPMEN.
President- John M'llwrath. Treasurer—A. Hunter.
Clerk—Thomas Harvey, Solicitor.
AYR SABBATH SCHOOL UNION SOCIETY.
Pres.—John Macneille. Treas.—K. Crawford.
DIRECTORY, 11

AYR PUBLIC LIBRARY AND READING-ROOM.


Macneille Buildings, Newmarket Street.
Treasurer—John Mackenzie. Sec.—ffm, Baird.
Librarian—Miss A. Gray.

MASONIC LODGES.
Ayr Kilwinning—No. 124, instituted 1765—R.W.M., J. S. M'll-
wraith, C.E. Lodge-room, Union Tavern; meets 1st Monday
of each month.
Ayr St James—No. 125, instituted 1771—R.W.M., John Murray.
Lodge-room, Blue Bell Inn; meets last Friday of every month.
Ayr Operative—No. 138, instituted 1776—R.W.M., Wm. Martin,
shoemaker. George Street. Lodge-room, Crown Inn, High
Street; meets 1st Monday of every month.
Ayr Royal Arch—No. 165, instituted 1786—R.W M., William
Turner, ironmonger, Newmarket Street. Lodge-room, Star
Hotel; meets 1st Thursday of every month.
Ayr and Renfrew Militia St Paul—No. 204, instituted 1799—
R.W.M., William D. Chambers, bookseller, Old Bridge.
Lodge-room, Whip Inn, High Street; meets 2d Monday of
every month.

PRESTWICK GOLF CLUB.


President—Orr Campbell, W.S.
Secretary and Treasurer—Harry Hart, 7 Cromwell Place, Ayr.

ST NICHOLAS GOLF CLUB.


President—William Wilson, Ardayre House, Prestwick.
Secy, and Treas.—Walter Beaton, Prestwick.

CRICKET CLUBS.
AYR CLUB.
Patron—The Most N oble the Marquis!iof Bute.
President—J. S. M'llwraith.
Captain—G. B. Phillips. Vice-Captain—A. G. Smith.
Treas.—R. Ochiltree. Sec—Q. Blane.
EGLINTON CLUB.
Patron—The Right Hon. the Earl of Eglinton and Winton.
President—James B Paton.
Captain—Andrew Thomson. Vice-Captain—D. Fergusson.
Secretary—J. Grange. Treasurer—R. Laing.
12 DIRECTORY.

AYR QUOITING CLUB.


Patron—Sir David Wedderburn, Bart., M.P.
President—Alexander Fergusson.
Treasurer—William Gray. Secretary—Robert Gibson.

ORANGE ASSOCIATION OF SCOTLAND.


Ayr District Lodge, No. n—R.W.D.M., Gledney S. Davis.
Lodge-room, Orange Hall, Prince of Wales Close, High Street;
meets 3d Saturday of May and 3d Saturday of November.
No. 3 Lodge—R.W.M., John M'Knight. Last Saturday of every
month : Orange Hall.
No. 32 Lodge—R.W.M,, John M'Combe. First Tuesday of every
month : Orange Hall.
No. 46 Lodge—R.W.M., Charles M'Farlane. First Monday of
every month : Orange Hall.
No. 29 Black Lodge—S.K.C., Joseph H . Thompson. Last Tues-
day of every month : Orange Hall.

KEWTOS-UPON-AYE.
MAGISTRATES.
Bailies- -J. M. Ferguson and Alex. Cuthbert
James Ferguson Councillors.
William Wood Alex. Weir
J. I. M'Derment James M'Clelland Wm. Pollock
Treasurer—Robert Gray, sen. Clerk—W. F. M'Cubbin

B A N K S .
BANK OF SCOTLAND. NATIONAL BANK OF SCOTLAND.
Agents—James M'Murtrie, and Agent—Gavin Gemmell
Andrew Paterson Accountant—Alexander Martin
Accountant—Richard Ormsby ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND.
CITY OF GLASGOW BANK. District Manager—D. Campbell
Agent—William Pollock Assistant District Manager—
Accountant—George Johnstone Kennedy Crawford
CLYDESDALE BANK. Accountant—R. Beveridge
Agent—R. M. Kay UNION BANK OF SCOTLAND.
Accountant—M. Gilmour Agents—Hunters & Co.
COMMERCIALBANKOF SCOTLAND Accountant—Gavin Gibb
Agent—Henry C. Gray
Accountant—John M 'Kenzie
DIRECTORY. 13

NEWSPAPERS.
Ayr Observer Tuesday—J. M. Ferguson, publisher.
Ayr Advertiser Thursday—Thomas M. Gemmell, do..
Argus and Express...Saturday—J. M. Ferguson, do.
Ayr Observer Saturday—J. M. Ferguson, do.

RESIDENT ACTING JUSTICES OF T H E PEACE.


AYR. R. M. Kay, banker
Hugh Cowan of St Leonards Robert Paton, merchant
William Cowan, banker Dr Macknight, Wellington Square
Cuthbert Cowan, banker Andrew W. Ralston, Lagg
R. Ewen of Ewemield John Sprot, South Park
Gavin Gemmell, banker W. Stewart, Gearholm
Thos. M. Gemmell of Frankville J. P. Wilson of Polquhairn
David Campbell, banker Martin T. Paterson, Square [Ayr
John Mitchell, Victoria Park The Master of the Mercht. Co.,
R. M. Pollok, Middleton The Provost, Bailies, and Dean-
Dr Ranken A. B. Telfer [of-Guild of Ayr
James Templeton NEWTON.
Dr Ronald The Senior Magistrate
Captain M'Alester S T QUIVOX.
A. Paterson of Carston R. F. F. Campbell of Craigie
Col. Hay Boyd of Townend PRESTWICK.
W. H. Dobie, Gartferry The Senior Magistrate
Hugh Hamilton, Ayr

INSURANCE OFFICES AND AGENTS.


Accident Insurance Co.—John Fenwick, Allison Place, Newton
Briton Medical and General Life Association — William Bowie,
Sandgate, and James Andrew, Newmarket Street
Britannia Fire Association—William Bowie
Caledonian Fire and Life—Cuthbert Cowan, banker, and Gavin
Gemmell, banker
Clerical, Medical, and General Life Assurance Society—W. M.
Dick, bookseller
Commercial Union Fire Life Marine—James Andrew, solicitor
European Assurance Society—James M'Murtrie
Edinburgh Life—James M'Lelland, solicitor, and W. Macrorie,
solicitor
English and Scottish Law Life Assurance and Loan Association-
George Dykes, solicitor
General Life and Fire—M'Callum & Co., law agents
Great Britain Assurance Company—J. Fenwick, Allison Place
' Newton
Insurance Company of Scotland—R. M. Kay, banker, and John
M'Kenzie, accountant
14 DIRECTORY.

London and General Plate Glass Insurance Company—Hugh Wood


Lancashire Fire and Life—John Murdoch, C.E., and Robert Murray
Kay, banker
Life Association of Scotland—H. C. Gray, banker
Liverpool and Globe London Fire and Life—W. H. Dunlop,
solicitor; Carruth Boyle Rowan, solicitor; and R. Fergusson
Manchester Fire and Life—William Macrorie, solicitor
Mutual Life—David Dunlop, solicitor
National Provincial Plate Glass — M'Callum & Co., Macneilte
Buildings
Northern Fire and Life—W. Pollock, solicitor, and R. Beveridge,
Royal Bank
North British and Mercantile Insurance Company—D. Campbell,
Royal Bank; D. D. Whigham, wine merchant; and James
Gray, Kirk Port
Norwich Union Fire and Life—J. F. Murdoch, solicitor
Phcenix Fire Office—D. Dunlop, solicitor; William Kilpatrick, .
solicitor; and J. T. Dick, solicitor
Plate Glass Insurance Company—James Gray, Kirk Port
Provident Life—James M'Murtrie, solicitor
Provincial Fire and Life Insurance Company—Hugh Wood, 27
High Street
Prudential Assurance Company—J. Cairns, Church St., Wallacetown
Queen Fire and Life Insurance Company—John W. Boyd, solicitor
Rock Life Assurance Company—M'Callum & Co., Macneille
Buildings
Royal Fire and Life—John M'Kenrie, Commercial Bank; James
M'llwraith, C.E.; and W. F. M'Cubbin, solicitor
Scottish Fire—D. Dougall, solicitor
Scottish Commercial Insurance Company—George Dykes
Scottish Provincial Fire and Life--James Dunlop, Royal Bank
Scottish Amicable Life—William Kilpatrick, solicitor, and D.
Dougall, solicitor
Scottish National Fire and Life — T. Kerr, solicitor, and A.
M'Cririck, solicitor
Scottish Equitable Life—R. M. Kay, banker, and W. H. Dunlop
Scottish Union Fire and Life—Kennedy Crawford, Royal Bank, and
A. B. Telfer
Scottish Provident Institution—William Flint, merchant
Scottish Widows' Fund—Thomas M. Gemmell, Advertiser Office
Scottish Commercial Fire and Life—Thomas Crawford, law agent
Standard Life—W. & J. Pollock, solicitors
Sun Fire^-Alexander M'Cubbin, solicitor, and G. Dykes
Victoria Insurance Company—J. Fenwick, Allison Place, Newton.
West of England Fire and Life Insurance Company—H. Wood,
High Street
DIRECTORY. 15

PUBLIC OFFICES.
Ayr Water Company's Office, 52 Newmarket Street—J. 1. MS
Derment, Treasurer
Ayr Benefit Building Society, 52 Newmarket Street—J. S. M'-
Ilwraith, C.E., Treasurer
Ayr Gas Company's Office, at the Works, near South B e a c h -
Lawrence Hislop, manager
Ayr and Newton Consumers' Gas Company's Office, at the Works,
Darnside of Newton—James Goudie, manager
POOR LAW BOARDS :
AJT Board—David Caldwell, Inspector; Office, 98 High Street
Newton Board—Jas. Brackenridge, Inspector; Office, Weaver Street
St Quivox Board—James Miller, schoolmaster, St Quivox, Inspector;
William Hill, Sub-Inspector; Office, Cross Street
Assessor, Income and Property Tax, Kyle District, and VaJ.ua.tion
of Lands and Heritages—G. Tosh
Burgh of Ayr—G. Tosh, Assessor; Office, Kirk Port
Ayr District of Roads—C. G. Shaw. Clerk; Office, County Build-
ings;—Gavin Gemmell, Esq., banker, National Bank, Ayr,
Treasurer;—Wm. Campbell, Surveyor, residing at Nurseryhall,
near Whitletts
Ayrshire Agricultural Association — James M 'Murtrie, County
Buildings, Secretary and Treasurer
Burgh Police Fiscal's Office, 8 Cathcart Street—C. B. Rowaa.
County Rates Office, 7 Wellington Square, Ayr—James M. M'Cosb,
Collector
County Police Office, 18 Charlotte Street—James Young, Chief
Constable
County Road Trust—William Pollock, Newmarket Street, Ayr
County of Ayr Property Investment and Building Society, 48 New.-
market Street—T. Crawford, Manager
Commissary Clerk's Office, County Buildings—R. Goudie, Clerk
Commissioner of Supply's Office, County Buildings—Chas. G. Shaw*
Clerk
Custom House, 17 South Quay—G. W. Carr, Collector; John H.
Hadden, Examining Officer ; A. G. Smith, Out-door Officer
Harbour Office, 49 South Quay—James Gray, Collector of Harbour
Rates
Inland Revenue Office, Stamps and Taxes, 14 Cathcart Street—Jas,.
Brown. Distributor and Collector
Income Tax Commissioners, District of Kyle—James M'Murtriei,
County Buildings Clerk
Justice of Peace Clerk's Office, County Buildings—C. G. Shaw,
Clerk to the Peace
Post Office, 43 Newmarket Street—Robert Ramsay, Postmaster
Police Office, 25 New Bridge Street—D. M 'Donald, Superintendent
16 DIRECTORY.

Prison and other Assessments Office, Macneille Buildings, New-


market Street—Robert M'Callum, Collector
Procurator Fiscal for the County; Office, County Buildings—J. F. &
R. D. Murdoch, P.-Fs.
Property and Assessed Taxes Office, Kirk Port—D. R. Vass, In-
spector; George Tosh, Surveyor
Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths, for the Parliamentary
Burgh of Ayr; Office, I High Street—W. B. Cuthbertson,
Registrar
Registrar of Proclamations—Joseph Erskine, Cassillis Street
Sheriff Clerk's Office, County Buildings-T. Kerr, Clerk-Depute
Telegraph Office, Post Office, 43 Newmarket Street
Town Clerk's Office, County Buildings—John Pollock, Clerk

AYR FAIRS.
New Years's-Day Fair—Thursday before 2d Wednesday of January
Hiring Fair—Third Tuesday in April, and Third Tuesday in October
Palm Fair—First Tuesday in April
Cattle Fair—Last Friday in April
Midsummer Fair—Thursday before 2d Monday of July
Michaelmas Fair—Second Thursday in October

CARRIERS.
BARR—Thomas M'Clure leaves the Ayrshire and Galloway Inn,
Alloway Street, for Crosshill, every Tuesday, at 2.30 P.M.
CATRINE AND MAUCHLINE—William Bell leaves the Black Bull
Inn, Wallacetown, for Catrine and Mauchline, every Tues-
day, at 3 P.M.
DALRYMPLE—Robert Main leaves the Whip Inn, for Dalrymple,
every Tuesday and Friday, at 3.30 P.M.
KILMARNOCK—David M'Fadzean leaves Main Street, Newton, for
Kilmarnock, every Wednesday and Saturday at 7 A.M.
KIRKMICHAEL—William M'Clure leaves the Whip Inn, for Kirk-
michael, every Tuesday at 2.30 P.M.
„ Robert Ritchie leaves the Star Hotel, High Street, for
Kirkmichael and Crosshill every Tuesday and Friday at
half-past I P.M.
MAYBOLE—Thomas Livingstone leaves the Flesh Market Close,
High Street, for Maybole, every day at 3 P.M.
„ Robert Henderson leaves the Whip Inn, Carrick Street, for
Maybole, every day at 2 p. M.
OCHILTREE—Alexander Brown leaves the Star Hotel, High Street,
for Ochiltree, every Tuesday and Friday at 2 P.M.
O L D AND N E W CUMNOCK, AND MUIRKIRK—Robt. Vallance leaves
the Whip Inn, for Old and New Cumnock, and Muirkirk,
ever}' Tuesday and Friday at 2 P. M.
DIRECTORY. 17
STRAITON—William M 'Hutcheon leaves the Whip Inn, for Straiton,
every Tuesday and Friday at 2.30.
TARBOLTON—Thomas Rae leaves the Black Bull Inn, Wallacetown,
for Tarbolton, every Tuesday and Friday at 3 P.M.
,, Andrew Wilson leaves the Black Bull Inn, Wallacetovm, for
Tarbolton, every Tuesday and Friday at 3 P.M.
TROON AND DUXDOSALD—Andrew Burns leaves the Star Hotel,
High Street, for Troon and Dundonald, every Tuesday and
Friday at 2 P.M.
COACHES.
The " Blairqohan Castle" leaves the Ayr Arms Hotel for Kirk-
mw-h«i»l jnd Straiton, every Tuesday at 4 P.M.
Ike Cnnmock Coach leaves the Ayr Arms Hotel every Tuesday
and Friday at 4 P.M.
L I E U T E N A N C Y OF A Y R S H I R E .
Lord-lieutenant—Earl of Stair, K.T.
Vice-Lieutenant—R. F. F. Campbell of Craigie
Convener—Patrick Boyle of Shewalton
Clerk of Lieutenancy—J. A. Campbell, Irvine
DISTRICT LUNACY BOARD.
Chairman—General Burnett, and three a quorum
G. Somervell of Sorn General Burnett of G-adgirth
William Cooper of Failford T. M. Gemmell of Frankville
Patrick Boyle of Shewalton R. B. Robertson Glasgow of
Sir E. H. Blair of Blairquhan Montgreenan
W. C. S. Cuninghame of Cap- The Provost of Ayr
rington The Provost of Irvine
A. Paterson of Cartson The Provost of Kilmarnock
Clerk—C. G. Shaw Medical Superintendent—Dr C. H. Skae
COUNTY PRISON BOARD.
Chairman—Mr Somervell.
Thos. Anderson of Glendrisaig James Baird of Cumbusdoon
Patrick Boyle of Shewalton Captain Hamilton of Rozelle
General Burnett of Gadgirth R. B. Robertson Glasgow of
A. Finnie of Springhill Montgreenan
'William Cooper of Failford Jas. Robison, Sheriff-Sustitute
G. Somervell of Sorn Provost Macneille, Ayr.
Sir E. H. Blair of Blairquhan Provo-t Dickie, Kilmarnock
Andrew Paterson of Carston Bailie W. Simpson, Kilmarnock
R. F. F. Campbell of Craigie Provost Paterson, Irvine
T. II. Gemmell of Frankville The Sheriff of Ayrshire
Major Campbell of Netherplace
Clerk—C. G. Shaw.
18 DIRECTORY.

COUNTY POLICE COMMITTEE.


Chairman—Mr Cooper of Failford
James Baird of Cambusdoon Col. Alexander of Ballochmyle
Patrick Boyle of Shewalton B. B Robertson Glasgow of
R. F. F. Campbell of Craigie Montgreenan
G. Somervell of Sorn Wm. Finnie of Newfield,. M.P.
Captain Hamilton of Rozelle Major Craufurd of Craufardland
Captain Neil of Swinridgemuir The Lord-Lieutenant
William Cooper of Failford The Sheriff of Ayrshire
Colonel M'Alester of Kennox James Bobison, Sh.-Sai). (in.
Sir E. H. Blair of Blairquhan absence of Sheriff)
J. P. Wilson of Polquhairn Provost of Irvine
Thomas Biggart of Baidland
Clerk-C. G. Shaw. Chief Constable—J. Young

COUNTY GAOL : Governor—James Taylor


Chaplain—John Duncan Surgeon—Robert Dobbie,. M.D
Matron—Mrs B,eid
PO8T OFFIOE, AYR DESPATCH OF LETTERS, &c.
Letters, &c., can be
Posted tetters, &c
Lcttcra, &c. can be
LINKS OK itOAI) AND CIIIKF PLACES OF DESTINATION Without With One can be Registered
Extra additional Registered with a. late
Charge Id Stamp until fee of 4.1
until until until
Local Posts, 6 45 a.m. 8 — p.m.
Dalmellington, Dunaskiu, and Patna, . . 7.65 „
Do. Do Do, 9.15 „ 8 45 a.m. 9.15 a.m,
Maybole, Girvan, Prestwick, Monfcton, anijl Dumfries, . . 8.40 „ 8.19 „ 8.40 „
Edinburgh, Glasgow, Paisley, . . . . 10.35 „ 10— „ 10. :<0 „
Glasgow and Edinburgh, 1. *5 p.l 1— 1.30 p.m.
Engl'd, S of Ireland, Carlisle, Cumnock, Dumfries, Kiimarnock, Mauchline, 3.15 3.25 p.m. 2-45 ',', 3.15 „
Maybole, Girvan, 3— 3.10 „ 2.30 „
IrJand, Edinburgh, Glasgow fc tlie North, paisley, Kilmarnock, Greenock,
Ardrossan, Saltcoats. Kilwinning, Irvine, Troon, Dairy, 4.35 3.50 „
Glasgow, *Edinburgh, Cariisle and the South, Ireland, Dumfries, Newton-
Stewart and strauraer, 1Mb 7.50 J.6 „ 7.35 _
Edinburgh, Glasgow & the North. Kilmarnock Monkton, Maybole, Girvan, 10.30
* On Sundays the Box for this Mail closes at „ „ ..

DELIVERY.
Delivery by
LINES OF EOAD AND CHIEF PLACES FKOM WHICH MAILS Letter- Delivery to
ARE RECEIVED. Carriers Cajlers
begins at begins at
Kdinburgh, Glasgow, & the North, Kilmarnock, Monktoti, Maybele, Girvan, N.-Stewart, Stranraej, . . 6.45 a.m. 6.45 a.m.
England, South of Ireland, Edinburgh, Carlisle, Dumfri s, Camnock, Kilmarnock, and Wigtownshire, 9.30 „ 9 (,
Edinburgh, C-lasgow, Paisley, Ireland, . , .. .. ,9.60 p.m. 9.50
Maybole. Girvan, 2.10 p.m.
Local Posts, . . .. 7.50
Ed nburgh, England, Glasgow, Paisley, Beith, Dairy, Kilmarnock, Ardrossan, Sakcoats, Kilwinning,
Irvine, Troon, 7.5n
England and South of Ireland, .. .. ,. 7.50 7.50 "
20 DIRECTORY.

On Sundays the Letters are delivered at the Office from <J a.m.
to 10 a.m., and from 12.30 p.m. to I.30 p.m. On Sacramental
Fast Days there is a Town Delivery by Letter-Carriers at 6.45 a.m.,
and the Letters are delivered at the Office from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.,
and from 7.15 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Letters are collected from the Pillar Letter Boxes at the following
hours, viz. :—
WEEK DAYS.
1st— 2d— 3d— 4th— 5th— 6 t h -
A.K P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M.

Sunday Coll
Cross Street Receiving Office,.. 9— O.30 s.45
Railway Station Pillar Box,.... 9 — 2 — 3.30 8.45
Newton Head do 9 — 2 — 3.10 8.45
High Street do 9 — 2 — 3.30 6. SO 8.45
Alloway Place Wall Box 10 — 1.16 2.i>0 3.46 7.10 9.30
10 45 2 3 30 8 45 0
10.41 2 3.80 8.45

REGULATIONS.
ORDINARY BUSINESS.—All the year round this Office is on Week
Days open to the Public for Ordinary Business at 6.45 a.m. It is •
always closed at 8 p.m. On Sunday the Office is open from 9 a.m.
till 10 a.m., and from 12.30 p.m. to 1.30 p.m., but the letter box
remains open as on other days.
MONEY ORDERS.—The public are recommended, when applying
for Money Orders, to use printed "Application1 Forms," which save
time, and afford greater security, than verbal messages, against
mistakes. These forms are supplied gratuitously at all Money
Order Offices.
The commission on inland Money Orders is :—
For sums under 10s, - id For sums of ?(. &under 61. 7d
oi 1 os & under il. 2d 61. y/. 8d
,, ll. „ 2l. 3d 7?. j) 8!. 9d
„ 2l. „ $.- 4 d SI. gl. iod
,, 3'- .. 4- 5 d ,, 0)1. , , lol. n d
„ 4Z. „ 5Z. 6d ,, IO?. . IS
No order is allowed to contain a fractional part of a penny.
No Money Order can be issued, unless the applicant furnish, in
full, the surname and at least the initial of one Christian name, both
of the remitter and the payee, together with the remitter's address.
A Meney Order, when once issued, cannot be cancelled.
No Money Order or Savings Bank business is transacted on a
Sunday or Sacramental Fast Day.
APPLICATIONS TO RETURN LETTEBS.-—A letter, when it -has
once been posted, cannot be returned to the writer, but must be
forwarded to the person to whom it is addressed.
DIRECTORY. 21
CHANGE AND BAD MOKEY.-—NO Postmaster is bound to give
Change, or is authorised to demand Change ; and when any money
is paid at this office, whether as change or otherwise, no question as
to its right amount, goodness, or weight can be entertained after it
has been removed from the counter.
POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANKS.
Every Post Office Savings Bank is also a Money Order Office,
and is openforbank business during the same hours as for Money
Orders.
Deposits of one shilling, or of any number of 'shillings, or of
pounds and shillings, may be made by any person at the Post Office
Savings Banks, provided that such depositor shall not make deposits
amounting to more than £T,O in any year ending the 31st December,
or make any further deposit when the amount standing in his name,
exclusive of interest, exceeds ,£150. When any depositor's princi-
ple and interest amount together to ^200, all interest will cease so
•long as the balance of the account continues to amount to the said
sum of .^200.
Interest, calculated yearly at the rate of £2 10s per cent, per
:ani»m, will be allowed on every complete pound deposited,
^reckoned from the first day of the calendar month next following
the day on which a complete pound shall have been deposited or
completed up to the first day of the calendar month in which the
moneys are withdrawn.

INLAND LETTERS.
RATES OF POSTAGE.
Tile rates of postage when prepaid are as follows, viz. :—
For a letter not above I oz., - - - id
above I oz. but not above 2 oz. - ijd
2 oz. ,, 4 oz. - 2d
4 oz. ,, fi oz. - 2jd
6 oz. ,, 8 oz. - 3d
8 oz. ,, 10 oz. - 3^d
,, ,, 10 oz. „ 12 oz. - 4d
: A letter above the weight of 12 oz. is liable to a postage of id for
every ounce, beginning with the first ounce. Thus, a letter weigh-
ing between 14 and 15 oz. must be prepaid Is 3d.
A letter posted unpaid is chargeable on delivery with double
postage ; and a letter posted insufficiently prepaid is chargeable
with double the deficiency.
ADDRESSES TO THE QUEEN AND PETITIONS TO PARLIAMENT.
' Petitions and Addresses to her Majesty, forwarded direct, are
exempt from postage; and such petitions and addresses, as also
22 DIKECTOBY.

petitions to, either House of Parliament, if sent to a Member of


either House, are likewise exempt, provided they do not weigh
more than two pounds, and are without covers, or are in covers
open at the skies. No letter, or other enclosure, however, must
be -inserted, and if one be found, such enclosure^ unless it bears the
proper number of postage stamps, will be charged as an unpaid
letter.

INLAND NEWSPAPERS.
For each inland newspaper, whether posted singly or in a packet,
the postage, when prepaid, is one halfpenny; bat a packet contain-
ing two or more registered newspapers is not chargeable with a
higher rate of postage than would be chargeable on a book packet
of the same weight, viz., one halfpenny for every two oz. or part of
that weight.
A newspaper posted unpaid, or a packet of newspapers posted
either unpaid or insufficiently paid, is treated as an unpaid or in-
sufficiently paid book packet of the same weight.
The newspaper wrappers, which are of three different sizes, are
sold at twelve for 64d.
The Post Cards are not sold singly, but in packets of twelve for 6^d.

INLAND BOOK POST.


The following are the regulations for the Inland Book Post:—
The postage is one halfpenny for every 2 oz. or part of that
" weight.
A packet posted wholly unpaid is charged .with double the book
postage ; and if posted partially prepaid, with double the deficiency.
A book packet may be posted either without a cover (in which
case it must not be fastened, whether by means of gum, wafer,
sealing wax, postage stamp, or otherwise), or in a cover entirely
open at both ends, so as to admit of the contents being easily with-
drawn for examination ; otherwise it is treated as a letter. For the
greater security of the contents, however, it may be tied at the ends
with string ; Postmasters being authorised to cut the string in such
cases, although if they do so they must again tie up the packet.
CIRCULARS—i.e., letters which are intended for transmission in
identical terms to several persons, and the whole or the greater part
of which is printed, engraved, or lithographed—may also be sent by
book post.

REGISTRATION.
The fee for registering a fetter, newspaper, or book packet pass-
ing between any two places in the United Kingdom is fourpence.
DIRECTORY. 23

The same fee is chargeable for the registration of letters, news-


papers, book packets, and patterns to the British Colonies, United
States, Germany, Italy, Switzerland (via Belgium and British Post
Offices in Egypt and Constantinople).
Every letter to be registered should be presented at the counter,
and a receipt obtained for it, and should on no account be dropped
into the letter box. If, contrary to this rule, a letter marked " R e -
gistered " be dropped into the letter box, it will, " i f directed to any
place in the United Kingdom or the British Colonies," be liable to
a registration fee of 8d, instead of the ordinary fee of 4d.
The registration of a packet makes its transmission much more
secure, inasmuch as, under ordinary circumstances, a registered
packet can be traced through its whole course ; and thus the loss of
a registered packet is a rare occurrence.

POST OFFICE TELEGRAPHS.


The charge for the transmission of an Inland Message, that is a
message going from one part of the United Kingdom to another,
is uniformly, and without regard to distance, one shilling for the
first twenty words, exclusive of the address, for which no charge is
made, and 3d for each additional five words, or part of five words.
Any additional information which the public may require with
regard to the charges on, and regulations for, the transmission of
Inland or Foreign Messages, may be obtained at any Postal Tele-
graph Office.
Telegraph business is transacted from 6.45 A.M. till 8 P.M. on
Week Days, and on Suadaysfrom 9 A.M. till 10.30 A.M., and from
12.30 to 1.30 P.M. •
POSTAGE ON LETTERS, &c, TO THE COLONIES AND CERTAIN FOREIGN COUNTRIES.
For each Book Packets and
regis-, all kinds of
t e r e d Printed Papers and
Countries. Latest Time News-.
* Denotes that prepayment paper. Patterns.
i.s compulsory, it being to which Letters, &c , Mails,
in all other cases can be Posted at Ayr for each when due at Ayr.
voluntary. Mail. Not 4 oz Not 1 oz 2oz
to 3XC. to t o add.
1 oz. OZ. 2OZ 4 oz. 4oz.

~1L a. a.
Africi (West Coast) 2 'd each month at 7.35 p.m Uncertain *i 6 1 0 1 2 3
Alexandria, via S'thampton Kv(-ry Wednesday at 3.15 p.m... livery Monday 0 6 1 0 1 2 3
Alexandria, via Brindhi.... Kv ry Thursday at 7 35 p.m.... 1 4 I 2 5
Kvery Tuesday I
Australia, via Southampton. Kvery 4th Wednesday at 3 15 p.m Every 4th Monday 0 0 I 0 1 4
Australia, via Brindisi Every 4th Thursday at 7.35 p.m. Every 4th Tuesday 0 9 1 G 2 4 7
Braz 1 and Buenos Ayres, vi:
Southampton 8th each month at 3.15 p.m 18th each month l 0 '2 0 1 2 3
Bmzil and Buenos Ayres, via 2d ami 17th each month at 7.35
French Packet 10th and 30th each montl I 0 1 0 1 2 3
Canada, via United States .. Every Monday a< d Saturday a'
3 15 p.m Every Sunday • 0 8 1 2 4
Canada, via Canadian Pnckei Every. Thursday at 4.20 p.m.... Every Friday 1 2 3
Cape of Uood Hope and Nata 4th, ffith, and 24th each montl 6th, 16th, and 26th eacl 0 C
t#Tl5 p.m mtli 1 2 3
Ceylon, via Southampton..,. Every alternate Wednesday ai 2 0
3.15 p.m Every alternate Monday 1 2 4
Ceylon, via Brindisi Every alternate Thursday at 7.3ft 1 6
p-m Every alternate Tuesday 2 4 7
China, via Southampton.... Every alternate Wednesday a 0
3.15 p.m , Every alternate Monday
China, via Brindisi .very alternate Thursday at 7.35 2 0 Sec Postal Guide.
Every alternate Tuesday
2 G
Constantinople, via Belgium. [Twice daily Daily. 0 4 0 8 2 4 •1 2 4
Cuba by West India Packet 1st & 16th each month at 3.15 p m 15th & 30th each month. *1 0 2 0 1 2 1 3
Germany, via Belgium Twice daily at 3.15 and 7.35 p.m. Twice daily , 0 « 2 4 *1
Gibraltar, via Southampton. Every Wednesday at 3.15 p.m... Every Tuesday 0 3 2 4
0 i\ 1 0 1 2 1 2 3
Greece by French Packet... Every Wednesday at 7.35 p.m.. Every alternate Friday., 0 8 1 4 B'k Post * 1 2 4
India, VIA Southampton Every Wednesday at 3.15 p.m.. Every Monday 0 9 1 6 2 4 4
Every Thursday at 7.35 p.m.... Every Tuesday 1 2
India, via Brindisi 1 0 2 0 3 6 2 4 7
Italy, via Belgium Twice daily at 3.15 & 7.35 p.m.. ~ 'l
Every Wednesday at 3.15 p.m.. Every Monday .. 0 6 1" 0 3 6 2 3 6
Malta, via Southampton.... 0 6 1 0 1 2 1 2 3
Mauritius by French Packet. Every 4th week. Every 4th week , 0 10 1 8 3 6 2 4 6
Mew Brunswick, and New- Every alternate Monday at 7.35
foundland pm. Every alternate Monday. 0 3 0 6 1 2 1 2 3
New Zealand, via S'thampton Every 4th Wednesday at 3.15 p m Every 4th Monday •0 6 1 0 1 2 1 2 4
New Zealand, via Erindisi.. ••"very 4th Thursday at 7.35 p.m. Every 4th Tuesday *0 9 1 6 3 6 2 4 7
Switzerland, via Belgium... Twice daily at 3.15 & 7.35 p.m 0 3 0 6 2 i 1 2 3
United States of America.... Monday, Wednesday, and Fr day
at 7.35 p.m : times weekly 0 3 0 6 1 2 1 2 3
West Coast of South America] lst& 16th each month at 3 15 p.m 5th & 30th each month. •1 6 3 0 2 4 1 2 4
"West Indies (British) 1st & 16th each month at 3.15 p. m 5tli & 30tn each month. I 0 2 0 1 2 1 2 3

Not
exc

Trance and Algeria,. Twice daily at 3.15 & 7.35 p.m.. Daily . o 60 9: 1 2 2 3
'I • I 1 I I I

Tlie limitation of weight of a packet of newspapers, books, or patterns is 3 lbs. m the cases marked thus * • 11b in the
cases marked thus t i 8 oz. in the cases marked thus $; and & lbs. in all other case?. '
D I E E C T 0 E Y,

A Y R .
ADAM &, SON, boot and shoemakers, 78 High street—house,
Edenhall, Prestwiek road
Adam, John & Co , pork butchers, 3 Newmarket street— house,
Newton terrace, Newton
Adam, Matthew, boot and shoemaker, 61 Newmarket street—
house, 57 Mill street
Adam, William, Singer Sewing Machine Warehouse, 60 High
street
Adam, Mrs Archibald, Burnock Lodge, Racecourse road
Adam, John, baker, 150 High street
Adam, William, photographer, 19 Fort street
Adam, John, frame sawyer, 85 South quay
Affleck, William & Son, cabinetmakers and upholsterers, 67
High street
Affleck, William, of Affleck & Son, 25 Barns street
Affleck, Mrs Wm., Emslie House, Racecourse road
Aitken, John, contractor, 19 Dalblair road
Aitken, George, upholsterer, 30 New Bridge street
Aitken, Miss, Seminary for Young Ladies, Wellington Lodge
Aitken, Hugh (of Murray & Aitken), clothier—house, 1 Gas
work road
Aitken, Hugh, cooper, 54 South quay
Aitken, Mrs James. 50 South quay
Aitken, Mrs Dr, 13 Barns terrace
Aitken, Mrs WTilliam, South Cottage, Midton road
Alcoek, Edward, Barrack Sergeant. 23 Dalblair road
Alexander, Adam R., druggist, 55 High street
Alexander, Andrew, tailor, 134 High street
Alexander, Mrs Robert, 7 Fullarton street
Alexander, Thomas, portioner, 102 High street
AYE. 27

Alexander & Son, William, builders, Content street, Wallacetown


Alexander, James (of Alexander & Sons, builders), 17 Fullarton
street
Allan, Alexander, fish and game dealer 12 New Bridge street—
house, Buckingham terrace, Charlotte street
Allan, John & Co.. grain dealers, 172 High street
Allan, Wm., coachman 57 Mill street
Allan, Hugh, reporter, Advertiser Office—house, 11 Montgomerie
terrace, Fort
Allan, David, letter carrier, 16 Alloway street
Allan, Mrs Thomas, hair-dresser. 176 High street
Allan, Miss Janet, grocer, 37 Mill street
Allison, Captain Alexander, Kensington terrace, Millar road
Anderson, Laurence, teacher of writing, Ayr Academy—house,
Franklin Villa, Fort
Anderson, William, groom, 216 High street
Anderson, William F., druggist, 117 High street
Andrew, Mrs Robert, 15 New Bridge street
Andrew, James, solicitor, 21 Newmarket street—house, Barn-
field House, 5 Killoch place
Angus, Miss, 16 Barns street
Arbuckle, William, cattle dealer, 44 Alloway street
Argus and Express Office. 49 Newmarket s'reet
Armstrong, James, boot and shoe manufacturer, 96 High street—
house. 10 Montgomerie Terrace, Fort
Arthur. Hugh, storeman, 23 South quay
Auld, James, hair-cutter, 6 Old Bridge street—house, 33 High
street
Austin, David, groom, 27 New Bridge street
Aytoun, Miss, Sunnyside
Ayr Academy, Fort street
Ayr Advertiser Office, 108 High street
Ayr Arms Hotel. 227 High street
Ayr Assembly Rooms (James Cunningham, attendant), New
Bridge street
Ayr Barracks, South quay
Ayr Billiard Rooms, 464 Sandgate street
Ayr Bowling Green, Cassillis street
Ayr Cattle Market (W. F. Findlay's), Fauldbacks, Alloway st.
Ayr Citadel Bowling Green, Seabank road, Fort
Ayr Colliery Office (J. T. Gordon), North quay
Ayr County Club, 41 Sandgate street
Ayr County Constabulary Station, 18 Charlotte street
Ayr Custom House, 17 South quay
Ayr Equitable Loan Company, 70 High street—Mrs J. Campbell,
proprietor
28 DIRECTORY.

Ayr Fever Hospital, Mill street (William R. M'Donald,M.D.,


surgeon)
Ayr Free Church School, 2 Mill street (Gilbert Buchanan,
teacher)
Ayr Gas Works (Laurence Hislop, manager), South Beach
Ayr Grammar School Midton road (George Hall, teacher)
Ayr Harbour Office (James Gray, collector of harbour rates), 49
South Quay
Ayr Industrial School (Mr and Mrs Scott, teachers), 32 Carrick
street
Ayr Infant School, west end of Charlotte street (Miss Scott,
teacher)
Ayr Library, 9 Fort street
Ayr Observer Office (J. M. Ferguson), 49 Newmarket street
Ayr Parish Mission House, Carrick street
Ayr Police Office, Town Buildings, 25 New Bridge street (D.
M 'Donald, superintendent)
Ayr Public Reading Rooms, Town Buildings, New Bridge street
Ayr Public Library and Reading Rooms, 3 Macneille Buildings,
Newmarket street
Ayr Ptegistrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages (W. B. Cuthbert-
son), 1-High street
Ayr Session Clerk—James Thomson, 11 Charlotte street
Ayr Sheriff Clerk's Office (Thomas Kerr) County Buildings
Ayr Town Clerk's Office (John Pollock) County Buildings
Ayr Water Company's Office (J. I. M'Derment), 52 Newmarket
street
Ayr Working Men's Conservative Association and Reading-room,
20 New Bridge street
Ayr Working Men's Pub ic House, 103 High street
Ayrshire Yeomanry Cavalry Stores, 9 New Bridge street
BAOT, William, hatter, 31 High street—house, Kensington terrace,
Millar road
Bain, George teacher, Smith's Institution—house, Smith's cot-
tage, Midton road
Baird, James (of Wyllie & Baird), mason, 37 Carrick street
Baird, Robert bill poster, 4 Old Bridge street
Baird, Capt James, 30 Queen's terrace—agent for Lloyd's
Baird, Mrs John, 9 Queen's terrace
Baird, James, Cambusdoon House ; Lodge, Greenfield avenue
Baird, John, mason, 10 High street
Baird, Mrs, cook, 10 High street
Baird, Mrs, register for servants Kirkport, High street
Baird, James, grocer, 36 Mill street
Ballantine, John, slater, 57 Mill street
AYR. 29

Ballautine, Miss, Castlehill. Dalmellington road


Ballantine. John, grain-dealer 159 High street
Bank, Clydesdale (agent, (R. M. Kay), High street
Bank, Commercial (agent, H. C. Gray), 34 S,andgate street
Bank, City of Glasgow (agent, William Pollock), 25 Newmarket
street
Bank, -Royal (agent, D. Campbell), 33 Sandgate street
Bank, National (agent, Gavin Gemmell) 34 New Bridge street
Bank of Scotland (joint agents, J. MMurtrie and A. Paterson),
24 Sandgate street
Bank, Union of Scotland (agents, Hunters & Co ). 136 High st.
Barbour, Andrew, road surfaceman, 244 High street
Barbour, Peter, blacksmith. 44 High street
Barlow, John, bugler, 44 South quay
Barrun, Mrs, matron, Fever Hospital, head of Mill street
Baxter, Miss. 21 Dalblair road
Baylis, Rev. Edward, Wesleyan Manse, 1 Charlotte street
Beachcroft. Mrs R , 12 Wellington square
Begg, Misses Bridgehouse, Racecourse road
Bellamy, Matthew town-crier, 44 High street
Bell, M & J., Berlin Wool Shop 28 Newmarket street
Bell, Mrs, 2 Weston, Place. Miller road
Beveridge, R. M , solicitor, 7 Cathcart street
Beveridge. Robert, teller. Royal Bank—house, 24 Barns street
Black, Miss, 15 Wellington square
Black, William, draper, 2505 High street
Black, William, tanner. 69 Mill street
Blackburne, Mrs, Dbonholm House, Maybole road
Blackwood, Mrs. 4 Alloway Place
Blackwood Mrs Hew 5 Kensington terrace
Blair, John, watchmaker, 26 Newmarket—house, 10 Newmarket
street
Blane, William, smith, 35 Carrick street
Blane, Mrs John contractor—house Gas Work road
Bond, Dennis, butler, Eildon Cottage Midton road
Bone, Elizabeth dressmaker, 64 Sandgate street
Bone. Margaret spirit dealer, 5 Harbour street
Boswell, Mrs 51 Sandgate street
Bost Timothy, Ashton Villa. Sunnyside
Bowie, WTilliam. bookseller, 39^ Sandgate street—house, Church
street, Wallacetown
Bowie, William, greengrocer, 125 High street
Bowie, John, blacksmith, 52 Mill street
Boyd. William, coach painter, 19 Dalblair road
Boyd, Robert, feuar, 61 Mill street
Boyd, Mrs James, portioner, 251 High street
30 DIRECTORY.

Boyd, Joseph, sculptor, 38 Alloway street


Boyd Mrs, 15 Cathcart street
Boyd, John W., solicitor. 28 Wellington square
Boyd, Thomas, spirit dealer, Plough Inn 256 High street
Boyd, Robert boot and shoemaker, 63 High street—house, Elba
street, Wallacet- >wn
Brackenridge, Henry, storeman, 63 Mill street
Brackenridge, Archibald, cabinetmaker, 59 High street
Brash, John, plumber, 115 High street—house, 1 Newton terrace,
Newton
Bremner. Andrew, gardener, Dalblair House
Brewster, James photographic artist, 20 New Bridge street
Bristow, Mrs. 16 Dalblair road
Brown Mrs John. 8 Beresford terrace. Killoch place
Browne, Miss J. M. teacher of music, Wellington Lodge
Brown, Miss, 33 Queen's terrace
Brown, Robert, millwright, 119 High street
Brown John police constable. 186J High street
Brown John seaman. 176 High street
Brown, Hugh confectioner, 40 Sandgate street—house, Green
street Newton
Brown, William, draper, 50 High street—house, Chapel Brae,
Wallacetown
Brown, John, wholesale and retail confectioner. 76 High street
Brown, James, Inland Revenue Office, 14 Cathcart street—house,
Orangefield, near Monkton
Brown, Robert, draper, 12 High street—house, 3 Kensington
terrace
Brown, Miss Ayrshire and Galloway Inn, 1 Killoch place
Brown, Mrs WiJiam, 58 Mill street
Brown, Mathew, grocer, ale and malt merchant, 203 High street
Brown, Mrs William. Franklin Villa, Fort
Brown. James, gardener, 240 High street
Brown, Mrs Maitland. 8 Havelock terrace, Miller road
Brown, Miss, 2 Arran terrace Fort
Brown, R. G., salesman, Franklin Villa Fort
Browning, Charles 4 Co., confectioners, 3 and 260 High street—
house. 258 High street
Bryan, Hugh clerk. 27 Sandgate street
Bryan, Mrs David, 9 Beresford terrace Killoch place
Bryson Samuel, carpet weaver, 28 Mill street
Buchanan, George, Inland Revenue Office, 14 Cathcart street—
house, 1 Fullarton street
Buchanan, Archibald, 130 High street
Buchanan, John, tobacconist, 257 High street—house, 1394 High
street
AYE. 31

Burns. William chemi t 124 High street—house, 32 High street


Burns, Mrs Andrew 32 High street
I urns, Mrs John, Westbourne Villa, Racecourse road
turns, John, saw sharper, 79 South quay

CAIRNS, Mrs John, 12 Cathcart street


Cairns, William- warder. 42 Sandgate street
Cairns, William baker, 24 New Bridge street
Calder, John, Old Church officer. Kirk port. High street
Calder, Hubert, shoemaker. 84 High street
Calder Hugh. Queen's Hotel. 6 Harbour street
Caldwell David Inspector of Poor, 98 High street—house, Clyde
Cottage Fort
Caldwell, John, foreman, Templeton's Factory—house, head of
Mill street
Caldwell, Miss Mary, dressmaker, 134 High street
Caldwell, Miss 5 Eglinton terrace
Cameron Hugh, tailor, 2 Hope street
Campbell's Photographic Studio 9 Cromwell place. Fort
Campbell, David, agent, Royal B*nk—house Midton road
Campbell, Wm., road surveyor Nurseryhall. near Whitletts
Campbell, R. F. F., of Craigie Graigie House, Wallacetown
Campbell, Wm., draper, 11 High street—house, 13 Cathcart st.
Campbell, Mrs John, Ayr Equitable Loan Office, 70 High street
—house 2 Berwick place, Fort-
Campbell, John, saddler, 15 High street—house, 17 High street
Campbell, John, tailor, 143 High street:
Campbell, M rs John dressmaker. 36 Fullarton street
Campbell, Robert, tailor, 208 High street
Campbell, Mrs John, laundress, 39 Kyle street
Candlish Thomas, gardener, 17 Mill street
Capperauld, David, woolspinner, 229 High street
Capperauld, David, carpetweaver, 49 Mill street
Carnochan, Mrs, spirit dealer, 13 N ewmarket street
Oarnochan, Alexander, weaver, 48 Mill street
Carr, George William, collector of customs, 15 Fullarton street
Carlaw, Miss, lodgings, 10 High street
Cassells, James, gardener, 221 High street
Cathcart, Mrs, 2 Stanley Place, Dalblair road
Cathcart, G. & E,, family grocers and wine merchants, 110 High
street
Cathcart, James P., 2 Stanley Place, Dalblair road
Cathcart, George P. M. (of G. & E. Cathcart), 2 Stanley Place,
Dalblair road
Cathcart, Edward M. (of G. & E. Cathcartj, 2 Stanley Place.
Dalblair road
32 DIRECTORY.

Catton, Wm., storekeeper, 103 High street


Caw, James, general draper, 47 and 49 High street—house, 1
Ailsa place, Fort
Caw, Robert, shoemaker, 27 Kyle street
Chalmers, Thomas, St Lawrence House, Racecourse road
Chambers, Robert, tinsmith and gasfitter, 12 Old Bridge street
Chambers, William, stationer, 18 Old Bridge street
Chapman, William, smith, 15 Boat Vennal
Cherry, John, cab-driver, 35 Carrick street
Christie, Thomas, storeman, Ayr Mills, Mill street
Clarke, David, superintendent, County Police, Police Station,
Charlotte street—house, Craigie terrace, Wallacetown
Clark, Mrs Samuel, 4 Bath "place
Clark, George, Albion House, Maybole road
Clark, David (of Hair & Clark, joiners), 131 High street—house,
Content street, Wallacetown
Clark, Quintin, boot and shoemaker, 28 High street—house, 32
High street
Clark, John, storeman, 66 South Quay
Clark, James, of Blanefield, 9 Queen's terrace
Clark, Mrs William, dairy, Killoch Cottage, Midton road
Clark, Thomas, jobbing smith, 143 High street
Climie, James (of Climie & Sons, cattle dealers), Springvale Cot-
tage, Springvale road
Climie, Hugh (of Climie & SOE), cattle dealers, Garden Rose
Villa, Midton road
Coghill, Alexander, draper, 42 Dalblair road
Colvil, Mrs Stephen, 15 Queen's terrace
Connacher, Peter, officer of excise, 2 Ailsa place, Port
Connall, Timothy, salesman, 62 High street
Connal, David, tailor, 41 Kyle street
Connan, Mrs, 54 South Quay
Connally, James, station porter, 57 Mill street
Cook, Thomas, pharmaceutical chemist, 87 High street—house,
2 New Bridge street
Cook, John, joiner, 7 High street
Cooper, John, painter and paperhanger, 22 Newmarket street—
house, 20 Newmarket street
Cooper, Agnes, grocer, 13 Boat Vennal
Copland, Rev. George, Cathcart Manse, Miller road
Corner, William, perfumer, 20 Sandgate street—house, 1 Cath-
cart street
Corner, Mrs, register office for servants, 20 Sandgate street
Corson, William, chemist, 207 High street—house, 25 Dalblair
road
County Rates Office (J. M. M'Cosh) 7 Wellington square
AYE. 33

Cowan, Andrew, & Son, clothiers, 34 Newmarket street


Cowan, Andrew (of Cowan & Son)—house, Midsands Cottage,
Racecourse road
Cowan, Cuthbert (of Hunters & Co.), Union Bank of Scotland—
house, Hartley House, Racecourse
Cowan, Hugh (of Hunters & Co.), Union Bank of Scotland—
house, St Leonards, Midton road
Cowan, William, banker (of Hunters & Co.), Union Bank of Scot-
land)—house, 4 Wellington Square
Cowan, Andrew, dairyman, Old Brewery, Fort
Cowan, William, 8 Alloway place
Cowan, John, clothier, 17 New Bridge street—house, Main street,
Newton
Cowan, Hugh, sheriff officer, 44 High street
Craig, Miss, 32 Queen's terrace
Craig, John, 3 Queen's terrace
Craig, Thomas, ship steward, 16 Sandgate street
Craig, Mrs David, grocer, 261 High street
Craig, John, ham curer, 28 High street—house, 27 Barns street
Craig, Mrs William, 27 Wellington square
Craw, Ralph, carpet weaver, 19 Mill street
Crawford, Thomas, law and house agent, 48 Newmarket street—
house, 11 Queen's terrace —
Crawford, Kennedy, accountant, Royal Bank, 33 Sandgate street
—house, 35 Sandgate street
Crawford, Hugh, blacksmith, 23 Mill street
Crawford, Charles, boot and shoemaker, 9 Old Bridge street
Crawford, Colonel, Roseburn, Racecourse road
Crawford, John, carpet weaver, 41 Carrick street
Crawford, Robert, railway guard, 249 High street
Crawford, Miss, 6 Kensington terrace, Miller road
Crawford, Thomas, 50 South quay
Crawford, Mrs Dr, 6 Barns terrace
Crawfurd, Miss Julia, 5 Park terrace, off Alloway place
Cree, Thomas, late teacher of French and German, Ayr Academy
—house, Fort House, Fort
Crone, Mrs James, pawnbroker and furniture dealer, 13 and. 17
Old Bridge street
Crocket, Miss, 7 Eglinton terrace
Cruikshank, Captain, Royal Artillery, Ronaldshaw Lodge, Mid-
ton road
Cunningham, William, sail-maker, 64 South quay—house, Cross
street, Wallacetown
Cunningham, Miss, 1 Stanley Place, Dalblair road
Cunningham, James, keeper of Assembly Rooms, Town's Build-
ings, New Bridge street
34 DIRECTORY.

Cunningham, Mrs Robert, 115 High street


Cunningham, John, dairyman, 4S Mill street
Cunningham, Andrew, fruiterer, 30 High street—house, Mill
Brae, Burns' Monument
Cunningham, Wm., grocer, 34 Alloway street
Cunningham, Wm , superintendent Cemetery, Cumnock road
Curdie, Robert, wine merchant and family grocer, 23 New Bridge
street
Currie, Miss Mary, telegraph clerk, Railway station
Currie, Rae & Co., silk mercers, drapers, clothiers, Ailsa Build-
ings, High street
Currie, Donald (of Currie Rae, & Co.)—house, 5 Barns street
Currie, Wm. C., coal agent and general register for servants, 62
Sandgate street—house, Viewfield, Newtonhead
Custom House, 17 South Quay
Cuthbert, Alexander, boot and shoemaker, 22 High street—house,
Hunter's Place, New road, Newtonhead
Cuthbert, George, carpet weaver, 33 Carrick street
Cuthbertson, W. B., bookseller and stationer, 1 High street—
house, Terrace House, Charlotte street
DALZIEL, Mrs John, embroiderer. 2 New Bridge street
Dargavel, John & Wm., tobacconists, 6 High street
Dargavel, Wm., (of J. & W. Dargavel)—house, 1 Albert place,
New Bridge street
Dargavel, John, (of do.)—house, Allison Place, Allison st., Newton
Davidson, Miss Anna, 29 Barns street
Davidson, George, seedsman and greengrocer^ 49 Newmarket
street—house, Ralston cottage, Wallacetown
Davidson, William, cab driver, 244 High street
Davidson, Miss, 18 Midton road
Davidson, Mrs, 22 Wellington square
Deas, Alexander, bookseller and stationer, 145 High street
Dewar, Robert, auction mart, Alloway street—office, 102 High
street; house, 20 Dalblair road
Dewar, Mrs, 3 Ronaldshaw park, Midton road
Dick, John, cattle drover, 30 Alloway street
Dick, Margaret, grocer, 9j Kyle street
Dick, Misses, dressmakers, 27 Mill street
Dick, Mrs John, .14 Wellington square
Dick, William M , bookseller and stationer, 36 J Sandgate street
Dick, J. T., solicitor, 14 Wellington square
Dick, Captain John, 1 Queen's terrace
Dick, John, flesher, 185$ High street
Dick, Alexander, flesher, 217 High street—house, 215 do.
Dickie, James, veterinary surgeon, 102 High street
ATE. 35

Dickie, George, ostler, 37 Carrick street


Dickie, Matthew, joiner, 52 Mill street
Dickie, Jaines, carter, 79 South quay-
Dickie, John, frame sawyer, S3 South quay
Dickson, Francis, cab driver, 221 High street
Dickson, Miss, 27 Barns street
Dixon, Mrs, 34 Queen's terrace
Dixoa, William Smith, Belleisle house, Racecourse road
Dobie, William Henry, Gartferry, Racecourse road
Dobbie, Robert, M. D and surgeon, 3 Wellington square
Dobbie, James, chemist and druggist., 18 New Bridge street—
house, J6 do
Dobbie, Captain Thomas, 220 High street
Dobbie & Co , boot and shoemakers, 4 High street, and leather
cutters, 19 and 21 Hope street
Dobbie, James (of Dobbie & Co., boot and shoemakers), 11 Bglin-
ton terrace
Dodds, Alexander, shoemaker, 45 Mill street
Dodds, George, upholsterer, 41 Mill street
Donaldson, Misses, 2 Alloway place
Donaldson. David, merchant, 159 High street—house, Millerfield,
Broomfield road
Douglas, A lexander, farmer, 7 Dalblair road
Douglas, Mrs, 6 Havelock terrace
Douglas, James tombstone cutter, head of Kyle street—houriu,
41 Kyle street
Douglas, Thomas, paymaster sergeant, Militia stores, Sealuuik.
road, Fort
Dougall, David, solicitor, 49 Newmarket street
Dow, James, Alloway mill, Low bridge of Doon
Dow, Miss, 9 Dalblair road
Drennan, Matthew, cabinetmaker, 45 High street
Drennan, James, farmer, Holmtson, Cunmock road
Duff, Hugh, coal agent, 18 Alloway street
Duncan, John, chaplain, Ayr Asylum and County Prison,.Ken-
sington terrace
Duncan, James, gardener, 40 Dalblair road
Duncan, Elizabetk, spirit-dealer, 161 High street
Dunlop, W. H , solicitor, County buildings—house, 51 Sandgate
street
Dunlop, Andrew, slater and glazier, 67 High street—house, 45
High street
Dunlop, James, clerk, Royal Bank, 33 Sandgate street—house,
Neilson street, Newton
Dunlop, David, solicitor, 1 Cromwell place—house, 1 WelljMu-k
place, Miller road
36 DIEECTOET.

Dunlop, Samuel, refreshment rooms, railway station


Duiilop, James, china merchant, 26 High street
Dunlop, James, collector of burgh customs, 2 Buckingham terrace
, Dunlop, Miss Mary, 29 High street
Dykes, Rev. Thomas, D.D., Ayr Manse, Townhead
Dykes, John & Son, seedsmen, 13 Harbour street
Dykes, George, writer, 9 Wellington square
EAGLESHAM, Robert, agent, 38 Mill street—house, 20 Alloway
street
Easdale, Andrew, gingerbeer manufacturer, 176 High street
Eccles, Robert, ostler, 240 High street
Eckford, Miss, Dalblair villa, Dalblair road
Edgar, John, engine keeper, 24 Fort street
Edgar, Thomas, baker, 27 Mill street
Edgar, Mrs, laundress, 160 High street
Edington, Mrs Captain, 7 Queen's terrace
Elston, William, temperance dining rooms, 84 High street
Erskine, Joseph, solicitor, 10 Cassillis street
Erskine, Robert B., M. D., 23 High street — house, 1 Bruce
crescent, Fort
Everitt, Mrs Burns, 10 Barns terrace
Ewart, Hugh, pensioner, 1 Albert place
Ewen, Robert, Ewenfleld, Old Maybole road
FAJKLIE, Miss, Victoria park, Racecourse road
Farquhar, John & Son, tailors and clothiers, 49 Newmarket street
—house, 2 Queen's terrace
Farqukar, Miss, milliner and dressmaker, 2 New Bridge street
Faulds, James, mason, 1 Hope street
Ferguson, James, & Son, tobacconists, 26 New Bridge street-
house, 24 New Bridge street
Ferguson, James, jun., Observer Office—house, Malcolm lodge,
Prestwiek road
Ferguson & Co., grocers and spirit merchants, 71 High street
Ferguson, W. & G., joiners, 84 High street
Ferguson, William (of W. & G.), joiner, 25 Mill street
Ferguson, George (of do.), 2 Hope street
Ferguson, Robert (of Ferguson &, Co., 71 High street)—Carrick
Cottage. Springvale road
Fergusson, Robert, writer, accountant, and insurance agent, (53
Newmarket street—house, Weir lodge, Broomfield road
Fergusson, Alexander, printer and stationer, 18 High street—
house, 20 High street
Fergusson, James & Co., slaters and glaziers, River street, Wal-
lacetown
AYE. 37

Fergusson, Hugh, Mason's Arms Inn, 130 High street


Fergusson, J. &E., grocers, 224 High street
Fewier, Mrs John, 16 Dalblair road
Fife, David, boat builder, Seaview cottage, South quay
Findlay, James, police constable, 28 Alloway street
Findlay, William F., Cattle Market Hotel, Alloway street
Finnie & Rodger, founders, Kyle Foundry, Townhead
Finnie,, James (of Finnie & Rodger, founders)—house, Ladybank
cottage, Wallacetown
Flanagan, David, brass moulder, 11 Carrick street
Fisher, Robert, jobbing gardener, 27 Mill street
Fisher, George, sawyer, 44 High street
Fletcher, Peter, flesher, 187 High street—house, 185J High street
Flint, Ebenezer, merchant, Pomona house, Fort
Flint, William, merchant, 7 and 8 Harbour street — house, 2
Montgomerie terrace, Fort
Forbes, Mrs Alexander, 14 Barns street
Forrest, Robt., grocer, 62 High street—house, 3 Old Bridge street
Forrest, William, Firth View, Fort
Forgie, David, Kyle Tavern, 26 Kyle street
Forgie, Robert, baker, 26 Kyle street
Forsyth, Alexander, dyer, head of Mill street
Fraser, David, tinsmith, 134 High street
Frazer, Robert, cabinetmaker, 51 Mill street
Frew, John, flesher, 69 High street—house, 23 Barns street
Frev, Mrs James, grocer, 173 High street
Frew, John, jeweller and dentist, 1 Albert place
Frost, Samuel, keeper of County Buildings
Fullarton, Alexander, wine merchant and ship owner, Citadel
Bonded Stores, South quay—house, St John's, Fort
Fullarton, Thomas T., merchant, St John's, Fort
Fullarton, Mrs Duncan, 8 Bath place
Fullarton, Andrew, ship carpenter, 52 South quay
Fullarton, Duncan, blockmaker and spirit-dealer, 60 South quay
Fullarton, Miss, of Fullarton, Mary place, Beresford terrace
Fulton, Miss, Bellevue Cottage, Midton road
Fulton, Mrs John, 11 Barns terrace
Fulton, Robert, gardener, Millbrao, head of Mill street

GALLOWAY, Captain John, 4 Ailsa place, Fort


Galloway, Mrs Andrew, 1 Havelock terrace
Gait, Mrs, 2 New Bridge street
Gait, Miss, dressmaker, 10 Barns street
Galbraith, Samuel, merchant, Beresford Cottage, Killoch place
Gardiner, William, Eildon Cottage, Midton road
Gardiner, Rev. P. C , 7 Killoch place
38 DIEEOTORY.

Gemmell, Gavin, agent, National Bank, 34 New Bridge street


Gemmell, Thomas M. (of Ayr Adoertiser)—house, Frankville,
Racecourse road
Gemmell, Alexander, posting establishment, 281, and 223 High
street
Gemmell, Mrs James, 4 South place, Midton road
Georgeson, William, 6 Killoch place
Gibb, Gavin, accountant, Union Bank—house, 138 High street
Gibb, Allan, cabinetmaker, 74 High street—house, Gross street,
Wallacetown
Gibb, Miss, 18 Barns street
Gibson, James, mason, 10 Alloway street
Gibson, James, shopman, 203 High street
Gilchrist, John, tailor, 53 High street
Gildard, James, Burns' Monument Hotel, Old Maybole road
Gilfillan, Andrew, temperance hotel, 204j High street
Gilfillan, Miss, 18 Dalblair road
Gillies, Mrs, 10 Alloway street
Gilmour, M., accountant, Clydesdale Bank—house, Oraigie ter-
race, Wallacetown
Girdwood, Gavin, baker, 182 High street—house, Dalblair cot-
tage, Dalblair road
Girvan, Miss, 1 Berwick place. Fort
Glass, Andrew, Tarn o'Shanter Inn, 238 High street
Glen, John, shopman, 137 High street
Glendinning, James, wholesale and retail fish merchant, 54 and
56 Sandgate street—house, 52 Sandgate street
Good, Mrs George, 8 Eglinton terrace
Gordon, William F., 12 Alloway place
Gordon, Captain John, 121 High street
Gordon, David, cab driver, 38 Alloway street
Gordon, Mrs, 80 High street
Gordon, John, seaman, 40 High street
Gordon, J. T. Bellevue House, Midton road
Gordon, Henry, Ayr Arms Hotel, 227 High street
Goudie, Robert, solicitor and commissary clerk, 3 Cathcart street
and County Buildings—house, 14 Alloway place
Goudie, John confectioner, 19 High street—house, 21 High street
Goudie, James gardener, 28 Kyle street
Goudie, John, Black Bull Inn, 212 High street
Goudy, Mrs Ur, 9 Alloway place
Graham, John, Railway Tavern, 45 Kyle street—house, 2 Kii-
loch place
Graham, George, bar officer, County Buildings—house, 6 Char-
lotte street
Giathara, Mrs Robert, grocer, 12 Carrick street
ATI!. 39

Grange, Captain James, ."i Eglinton Terrace, Fort


Grant, William, town missionary, and chaplain, Kyle Union, 40
Alloway street
Grant, Hector late railway porter, 39 Kyle street
Grant, Rev. William, 14 Barns terrace
Grassick, Peter, last and boot tree maker, 99J High street
Gray, John cooking depot, 198 High street
Gray, James, 5 Arran terrace Fort
Gray, J ohn, iron moulder, 6 Sandgate street
Gray, Mary, china and toy merchant 2324 High street :
Gray. Andrew M., Victoria Inn 97 High street, back of Winton
Buildings
Gray, Henry 0., agent, Commercial Bank, 34 Sandgate street—
house 1 St John street
Gray, James, collector of Harbour dues, Harbour Office, 49 South
quay—house, 5 Fullarton street
Gray, Thomas, )9 Barns street
Gray, James, greengrocer, 57 High street—house, Doonfoot
Gray, James, clerk and insurance agent, Ailsa Buildings—house,
Point House. New read. Newton
Gray, Joseph, hosier, 14 Sandgate street—house, Point Bouse,
New road, Newton
Gray, Robert, coachman, 30 New Bridge street
Gray, James, garde er. 66 Mill street
Gray, Mrs T., baby linen warehouse, 11 Kyle street—house,
11 Newmarket street
Gribbon. Mrs, register office for servants, 32 Alloway street
Grieve, Alexander, Drongan Cottage, Midton road
Grundy, Wm. B., King's Arms Hotel. 14 High street
Gunn Mrs William. 24 New Bridge street
Gunn, Miss C. R., Berlin wool repository. 25 Sandgate street
Guthrie, Archibald, hosier, 75, 88, and 90 High street—house,
Clyde View, Fort
Guthrie, M isses dressmakers 30 New Bridge street
Guthrig, Thomas, boot and shoemaker, 139^ High street

HABDEJT, John H., examining officer, Custom House, 17 South


quay
Hair & Clark, joiners, 131 High street
Hair, John (of Hair & Clark, joiners), 131 High street—house,
Weaver street, Newton
Haldane, Mrs Dr, 15 Eglinton terrace, Fort
Hall, George, rector. Grammar School—house, 3 Barns street
Hall, John baker, 121 High street
Hamilton, Mrs Captain Montgomery, 1 Barns street
Hamilton, Miss, of Sundrum, 1 Barns street
40 DIRECTORY.

Hamilton, Capt. Hugh, Rozelle House, Monument road


Hamilton, Hugh 20 Wellington square
Hamilton, Robert, spirit merchant, 2 Harbour street—house,
Greenbank Cottage, Newtonhead
Hamilton, William, draper, 32 New Bridge street—house, Green-
bank Cottage, Newtonhead
Hamilton, James, letter stamper, 134 High street
Hannah, John, wine and spirit merchant, 13 New Bridge street—
house, 3 South place, .Midton road
Harbour Office, 49 South Quay
Harrison, Peter, eating house, 54 High street
Hart, Harry, 7 Cromwell place, Fort
Hart, George, Corsehill House, Old Maybole road
Harvey, Mrs Moore, 11 Newmarket street
Harvey & Co., painters, 27 and 29 Newmarket street
Harvey, Douglas, portrait painter, 3 Cromwell place, Fort
Harvey, John U. (of Harvey & Co )- -house, 29 Newmarket st.
Harvey, Thomas, solicitor, 25 Newmarket street
Hastings, Alexander, smith, 257 High street
Hastings, Miss, dressmaker and white seam sewer, 3 New Bridge
street
Hastings, William, cattle dealer, 16 Alloway street
Hastings, Thomas, miller, 176 High street
Hay, Colonel James Boyd, of Townend, 1 Wellington square
Bay,. James, gardener, South Lodge, Racecourse road
Hay, Misses, 1 Eglinton terrace, Fort
Hay, James, baker, 22 Mill street
Bazel, Mrs Alexander, 176 High street
Hendrie, William W. (of Imrie & Sons), 137 High street—house,
Bourtree Park, Dalmellington road
Hendrie, JMrs Andrew, Athole Arms Hotel, 44 Alloway street
H endrie, Charles, grain and hay merchant, 36 Alloway street
Henderson, John, practical hatter, 9 Kyle street—house, 253
High street
Henderson, William, 18 Wellington square
Henry, Hugh, printer, bookbinder, lithographer, and stationer,
35 and 37 Newmarket street—heuse, 16 Eglinton terrace,
Fort
Henry, James, tobacconist, 1 Macneille Buildings, Newmarket st.
Higgings, William, shoemaker, 205 High street
Higgings, James, jobbing gardener, 35 Carrick street
Higgison, Thomas, fish dealer, 5 and 7 Hope street
Highet, William & Son, slaters, glaziers, plumbers, and lead mer-
chants, Fort street
Highet, Campbell, painter and paperhanger, 44 Newmarket st.—
house, 10 Barns street
AYE. 41

Highet, John, slater, 40 Fullarton street


Highet, David, Williarnfield, Millar road
Highet, William (of Highet & Son), 1 Citadel Place, Fort
Highet, J. Cochrane (of Highet & Son), Williamfield, Millar road
.Highet & Hunter, ironmongers, 113 High street
Hill, Frederick, draper, 27 Mill street
Hill, Daniel, merchant, Robbsland, Old Maybole road
Hill, Mrs Dr, 24 Wellington Square
Hill, P. B., fishmonger, poultry, game, ham, and ice merchant,
65 High street—house, 67 do.
Hill, John, gardener, 41 Mill street
Hislop, Laurence, manager, Gas Works, South beach
Hodgson, W. T., brassfounder, 114 High street
Hogg, Matthew, grocer, 230 High street
Hood, John, plumber, 84 High street
Hood, James, tailor, 13 Boat vennal
Hood, John, Greenbank villa, Midton road
Hood, Miss, 1 South place, Midton road
Houlston, John, hairdresser, 208 High street
Houldsworth, William, Mountcharles
Hoaldsworth, Henry, Carrick House, Old Maybole road
Houston, Mrs Wm., spirit-dealer, 51 and 52 South quay
Houston, William, tailor, 252 High street
Houston, Robert, spirit dealer, 17 Hope street
Howat, John, shoemaker, 84 High street
Howat, William, ironmonger, 116 High street—house, 114 do.
Howatson, James, teacher of dancing, 7 Academy street
Howe, Robert, gardener, 244 High street
Howe, Wm., toll-collector, Horse Market Toll, Maybole road
Howe Sewing Machine Depot, 75 High street
Howie, James, spirit-dealer, 56 High street—house, 67 do.
Hughan, Mrs James, 38 Dalblair road
Hunter, William, gardener, 51 Mill street
Hunter, John, Railway Clerk, Railway Station
Hunter, David, slater, 131 High street
Hunter, William, cashier, 25 Sewmarket street
Hunter, Wm., gardsner, 14 Alloway street
Hunter, Mrs James, 14 Alloway street
Hunter, David, merchant, 33 South Quay—house—Sea Tower,
Racecourse road
Hunter, James (of Highet & Hunter), ironmongers, Wellwood
Cottage, Midton road
Hunter, John, grocer, 170 High street—house, 7 Havelock ter-
race, Millar road
Hunter, James, provision merchant, 8 Newmarket street
Hunter, Mrs Robert, grocer and china merchant, 252 High street
42 DIRECTORY.

Hunter, Mrs Tkomas, 25 Dalbiair road ,


Hunter, Andrew, builder, Dalblair road—house, 16 Midton road
Hunter, William, farmer, Northpark, Old Maybole road
Hunter, Misses, teachers of pianoforte, 2 Citadel Place, Fort
Hunter, Miss E., china and toy merchant, 152 High street
Hunter, Miss M. A., pianoforte teacher, 25 Dalblair road
Hunter, James, Buck's Head Hotel, 3 Kyle street
Hunter, William, joiner, 51 Mill street
Hutchison, Mrs X>r, 6 Bath plaee
Hutchison, Misses, staymakers and milliners, 134 High street
Hutchison, Samuel, sladesman, 28 Mill street
Hutchison, James, feuar, 25 Kyle street
Hutchison, Miss, Knowe, Midton road
Hutchison, Bunter, teaman, 119 High street
Hutton, Mrs John, 24 Sandgate street
Hutton, Mrs, grocer, 67 Mill street
Hyslop, John, shopman, 7 New Bridge street—house, Garden
street, Wallacetown

IMEIE & Sous, nursery and seedsmen. 137 High street


Imrie, Mrs Thomas. Bourtree Park. Dalmellington road
Inglis & Son, seed merchants 42 Mill street
Ingram & Sons, watchmakers. 106 High street
Ingram, Wni. (of Ingram & Sons)—house Seaview, Newtonhead
Irvine & Sons, booksellers and stationers, 93 High street—house,
4 Newmarket street
Irvine, George miller, 22 Mill street
Irvine, John, porter 9 Harbour street
Irvine, Archibald, slater, 21 Mill street

JACK, Thomas, fancy warehouse, 5 Newmarket street, and 38


Sandgate street —house, Winton Buildings
Jack, Thomas, potato dealer near Ayr Manse, Townhead
Jackson, Thomas mason. 257 High, street
Jackson, John, clerk, 172 High street—house 1 Old bridge street
Johnston, George telegraph clerk 10 Alloway street
Johnston, Mrs Quintin, 7 Wellington square
Johnston, Wm. & Son, painter, 46 Sandgate street—house, 28
Fort street
Johnston, John Stewart, Beresford villa, Beresford terrace
Johnston, Mrs James, 19 Fort street
Johnston, Mrs John 180 High street
Johnstone & Scott, drapers, 46 High street
Johnstone, George, bank accountant 25 Newmarket strest
Johnston, Mrs J., milliner, 5 Charlotte street
AYR. 4§

Jones, Thomas, groom, 205 High street


Jones, William, tailor, 24 High street—house, 12 Kyle street

KAY, Robert M., agent, Clydesdale Bank, Bigh street


Kay, Mrs Andrew, Drongan Cottage, Midton road
Kay, William Broomfield, Midton road
Kay, James, dairy, Millbrae. Mill street
Kallaghan. John, teacher, 5 Charlotte street
Kelly, William, carpet shoemaker. 9 Carriek street
Kelly, Hugh, gardener, 30 Alloway street
Kelly, John, seaman, 234 High street
Kennedy, Hugh, baker, 105 High street
Kennedy, Robert, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 168 High
street — house, 6 Charlotte street
Kennedy, William, tombstone cutter, 11 Carrick street
Kennedy, Peter, grocer and spirit merchant, 6 New Bridge strest
—house, 17 Eglinton terrace
Kennedy, David, 3 Haveloek terrace, Millar road
Kennedy, Miss Helen, 48 Sandgate street
Kennedy, Alexander, fanner, Cairnsmore Cottage, Midton road
Kerr, Edward, storeman. 29 Carrick-street
Kerr, Thomas, sheriff clerk-debute, County Buildings—house,
Oakfield, Broomfield road
Kerr, George, blacksmith, 31 Kyle street
Kerr, Mrs John, Kilbride Cottage, Charlotte street
Kerr, George, junr., blacksmith, 212 High street
Kerr, Capt. John. 68 South quay
Kerr, William, blacksmith, Factory Place, Mill street
Kerr, Capt. Robert, 23 South quay
Kerr, William, gardener, Carrick House Lodge, Maybole road
Kevan, John, fruit merchant, 2,| Old Bridge street—house, Clune
street, Newton
Kidd, Mrs Patrick, spirit-dealer, Burns' Tavern, 20 New Bridge
street
Kilpatrick, Mrs James, 12 Beresford terraee
Kilpatrick, William, solicitor, 33 Newmarket street—house, 12
Academy street
King, Andrew, builder, 42 Sandgate street—house, 20 Fort street
King, Alexander, upholsterer and cabinet manufacturer, 1 Sand-
gate street
King, James B.,,30 New Bridge street
King, Hamilton, plumber, brassfounder, slater, and glazier, 195
and 291 High street—house Hamilton Villa, Maybole road
King, Wm., joiner, 27 Carrick street—house, 30 Mill street
King's Arms Hotel, 14 High street
Kinross, Mrs John, 9 Alloway place
44 DIRECTORY.

Kirk, Wm., van-driver, 53 Mill street


Kirkland, Thomas, gardener, 156 High street
Knower, C. F., surgeon dentist, 50 Sandgate street
Knax, Mrs, 1 Academy.street

LAMB, John, carder, 49 Mill street


Lamb, Mrs, Kensington terrace, Millar road
Lambie, George, & Co., family grocers and spirit merchants, 14
New Bridge street
Lambie, Robert, jobbing gardener, 15 Kyle street
Lambie, John, bootmaker, 15 Kyle street
Lambie, Mrs Thomas, fancy warehouse, 4 New Bridge street—
house, 3 Harbour street
Lambie, L. & J., straw hat and dressmakers, 59 High street
Laing, Mrs Dr, 23 Sandgate street
Lang, Rev. Thomas H., Greenaide Villa
Lang, Arthur, of Bellevue, Carrick place, Carrick street
Langmair, William, tacklemaker, 148 High street
Large, Capt. Robert, 12 Montgomerie terrace, Fort
Latta, William, spirit-dealer, 25 South quay
Lauchlan, Mrs William, 34 Fort street
Lauder, Miss Ann, grocer, 31 Mill street
Lawrie, Hugh (of G. Smith & Co.), silk mercers and drapers, 17
Sandgate street—house, 11 Barns street
Lawrie, Robert, china merchant, 132 High street—house, 134 do.
Lawson, John, seaman, 89 High street
Lawson, James, ropemaker, 123 High street
Lawson, Hector, miller, Ayr Mills, Mill street
Lawson, Jane and Elizabeth, 123 High street
Lees, James, Star Hotel, 108 High street
Lees, Robert, pilot, 66 South quay
Lees, James, farmer, Robbsland, Old Maybole road
Le Clair, Louis, French hairdresser, 5 Macneille Buildings, New-
market street
Lennox, 0. W., 4 Park terrace, J off Alloway place
Lennox, Major-General W. Or., 2 Windsor Villa, Miller road
Lennox, Miss, milliner, 66 High street—house, 115 do.
Limond, David, currier, 244 High street
Limond, Robert, renovator, 8 Kirkport
Limond, Miss, 32 Fort street
Limond, James, blacksmith, Kirkport
•Limond, John, late innkeeper, 258 High street
List, Mrs A. C. C, 3 Park terrace
Lithgow, James, Prince of Wales Tavern, 17 High street
Littlejohn, David D., Italian warehouse, and wine merchant,
3 Sandgate street—house, Egerton house
AYE. 45

Livingstone, William, baker, 82 High street


Lookhart, John, sergeant-major, Royal Ayrshire Rifles, Militia
Stores, Seabank road, Fort
Lookhart, Mrs A., groeer and provision merchant, 11 Sandgate
street—house, 9 do.
Logan, Mrs John, Watfield Cottage, Midton road
Logan, William, grocer, 135 High street
Logan, James, wholesale grocer, Corn Exchange Court, 108 High
street
Loudoun, Miss, dressmaker, 10 Catheart street
Love, Wm., printer, bookbinder, and stationer, 45 Newmarket
street
Lowe, Mrs Jane, 2 Eglinton terrace, Fort
Lymburn, Wm., printer and bookbinder, Express Office, 55 and
57 Newmarket street—house, Main street, Newton
Lyon, David M., overseer, Ayr Advertiser Office—house, Dal-
housie Cottage, Green street, Newton
Lyon, Hugh, currier, Factory place, Mill street
Lyon, John, stockingmaker, 22 Mill street
Lyon, Andrew, confectioner, 157 High street—house, Gowanbank
Midton road
Lyon, Alexander, plumber and gasfitter, 12 Newmarket street—
house, North quay

MACDONALD, James, M.A., LL.D., rector of Ayr Academy, 20


Cathcart street
Mackail, Rev. John, M. A., 9 Havelock terrace
Maekay, J. &. J., dressmakers, 36 Sandgate street
Macknight, Thomas, M.D., 23 Wellington square
Maclnnes, Rev. Robert M., 1-1 Beresford terrace
Macintosh, Miss, boarding school for young ladies, 19 Wellington
square
MacLehose, Robert, bookseller, stationer, and printer, 31 Sand-
gate street—house, 12 Barns terrace
Macneillie, Miss, 4 South place, Midton road
Macneille, John, tanner and currier, Mill street—house, Black-
burn Villa, Raceconrse road
Macpherson, Mrs Hugh, 21 Barns street
Macpherson, Miss, 26 Barns street
Main, James, Capt., 6 Sandgate ptreet
Main, Mrs, Carrick Cottage, Springvale road
Mair, William & Son's, cooperage, 250 High street
Mair, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 2-tt High street
Malcolm, Robert, sergeant of police, 213 High street
Malcolm, Robert, waiter, 9 Kirk port, High street
Maitland, Mrs Jokn, 18 Cathcart street
46 DIRECTORY.

Mancor, Alex., Captain and Adjutant Ayrshire Rifle Volunteer.%


29 Queen's terrace
Mann, Agnes B., cloakmaker, 2 Hope street
Manson, Thomas, clerk, Mr Shaw's County Buildings
Mark, Matthew, watch and clockmaker, 15 JSlewmarket street—
house, 17 do.
Markie, John, tanner, 56 Mill street
Martig, Isaac, Swiss cheese manufacturer, Rosebank Cottage,
Old Maybole road
Martin, Matthew, currier, 98 High street
Martin, Alexander, accountant, 7 Fort street
Martin, Andrew, tobacconist, 51 High street—house, Main.
street, Newton
Martin, Rodger, pensioner, 33 High street
Martin, William, currier, 40 High street
Mason, James Lindsay, M.D., Snnnyside
Maxwell, William, cleaner, 22 Mill street
Maxwell, Archibald, baker, 102 High street
Maybole Boot and Shoe Shop, 9 Old Bridge street—John Murray,
manager
Mercer, John, civil engineer, architect, and land surveyor, 9
Sandgate street—house, 11 Fullarton street
Mercer, Mrs John, milliner, 11 Fullarton street
Meredith, Matthew, remnant warehouse, 154 High street
Meredith, David, tailor, 155 High street
Middleton, Mrs, Strathdoon House, Racecourse road
Millar, Robert, boot and shoemaker, 7 Newmarket street—house,
Daisy Bank Cottage, John street, Wallacetown
Millar, James, mason, 25 Carrick street
Miller, Mrs D., Castle, Fort
Miller, William, plasterer, 21 Mill street
Miller, Mrs Hugh, Midton Cottage, Midton road
Miller, Mrs James, 13 AUoway place
Miller, Major James, Cromwell Cottage, Seabank road, Fort
Miller, Mrs John, 12 Kyle street
Miller, James, draper, 100 High street—house, 98 do.
Miller, John, Castle, Fort
Miller, Robert, school beard officer, South Place, Midton road
Miller, Mrs, dressmaker, 45 High street
Miller, Jas., stationer, 61 High street—house, 684 do,
Miller, Robert, joiner, 13 Kyle Street
Miller, Walter, spirit dealer, 186 High street
Miller, Elizabeth, 13 Kyle street
Miller, Robert, factor, Alloway Cottage. Alloway
Miller, James, greengrocer, 153 High street
Miller, John, van driver, 51 Mill street
AYR. 47

Miller, Miss, dressmaker, 1 Old Bridge sheet


Milligan, James, 1 Kensington terrace
Milligan, D. & J., jniuers, 37 Kyle street
Milligan, David (of D. & J. Milligau, joiners)—house, Cunning-
park, Racecourse road
Milligan, John (of D & J. Milligan, joiners)—houae, Gowanbank,
Midton road
Mills, David, coal agent, 57 Newmarket street—house, Rivet
street, Wallacetown
Mills, William, manager, Templeton's Factory—house, 2 Bruce
Crescent, Fort
Mills, David, spirit dealer, 209 High street
Mitchell, John, Victoria Park, Racecourse road
Mitchell, Archibald, carter, 143 High street
Mitchell, Mrs Dr, 20 Barns street
Mitchell, Andrew, Broocufield House, Broomfield road
Mitchell, Alexander, fishing tackle-maker, 19 Kyle street
Mitchell, Wm., salmon fisher, Morningside Cottage, Springvale
road.
Montgomerie, James, F R.C.S., surgeon to the Royal Ayrshire
and Wigtowushire Rifles, 6 Wellington Square
Montgomerie, Jatnes, 24 Nsw Bridge street
Hoodie, George, supervisor, 6 Eglinton terrace, Fort
Mooaey, Hugh, porter, 24 High street
Moore, Miss, Barlin wool shop, 32 Sandgate street—house, 184
High street
Moore, James, shopman, 184 High street
Morris, James, 5 Wellington square
Morris, Captain Archibald, 17 Charlotte street
Morrison, Thomas C , manufacturing chemist, Burnside Chemical
Works, Newton
Morrison, William, tailor and clothier, 31 Newmarket street—
house, 4 Queen's terrace
Morrison, Misses, Elgin Villa, Midton road
Morrison, Hugh, tauuer, Factory place, head of Mill street
Morrison, William, clerk, Greenfield Cottage, Midtou road
Morrison, Mrs Robert, Greenfield Cottage, Midton road.
Morton, Matthew, 16 Cathcart street
Morton, J. M. M., 9 Wellington square
Morton, Hugh, coacuwmht, 30 New Bridge street
Morton, David, tailor, 41 Mill street
Morton, James, coachbuilder, 47 and 49 Sandgato street—iouse,
3 Citadel place, Fort
Morton, Mias, 49 Sandgate street
Morton, David, fireman, 22 Kyle street
Morton, Alexander, salesman, -40 High Btreet
48 DIRECTORY.

Mother-well, Robert, hosier, 197 High street—house, 17 Barns st.


Muir, Andrew 0., Ayr Observer, 24 New Bridge street
Muir, Andrew, clerk, Post Office
Muir, Mrs Loekhart, 5 Bruce crescent, Fort
Munn, John, officer of Merchant Company, 208 High street
Munn, Hugh, shoemaker, 221 High street
Munn, Mrs James, 46 Newmarket street
Murchie, James, slater, 111 High street
Murdoch, Miss C, 5 Alloway place
Murdoch, Miss M., straw-hat maker, 130 High street
Murdoch, Miss, mangle-keeper, and register office for servants,
15 Cathcart street
Murdoch, Archd., boilermaker, 232 High street
Murdoch, J. IP. & D. R., procurator-flscals for the county—
office, County Buildings—house, Fairfield Lodge, Racecourse
road
Murdoch, Hugh, photographic artist, 10 Beresford terrace
Murdoch, John, civil engineer, architect, and surveyor, Macneille
Buildings, Newmarket street
Murray & Aitken, tailors and clothiers, 59 Newmarket street
Murray, James (of Murray & Aitken, clothiers), Koselyn Cottage,
Midton road
Murray, Henry, spirit-merchant, Thistle Tavern, 26 and 27 South
quay
Murray, Miss, dressmaker, 9 Harbour street
Murray, James P., compositor, 45 Mill street
Murray, Mrs Philip, dressmaker, 41 Mill street
Murray, William (of Sym & Murray, builders), 13 Kyle street
Murray, David, ostler, 208 High street
Murray, Robert, grocer and provision merchant, 248 High street
—house, 246 High street
Murray, Peter, shoemaker, g| Carrick street
Murray, William (of Paterson, Sons, & Co.), 1 Cassillis street
Murray, John, salesman, 9 Old Bridge street
Murray, Alexander, mason, Winton Buildings
Murray, Mrs James, 7 Park terrace, off Alloway place

MCALESTBE, Captain Sommerville, adjutant of militia, office,


militia stores, Seabank road, Fort
McBrayne, Robert, 35 Queen's terrace
McCallum, George, boot and shoemaker, 188 High street— house,
Cross street, Wallacetown
McCallum, John, coal agent, 44 Sandgate street — house, 5
Dalblair road
McCallum & Co., law agents, Macneille Building3, Newmarket
street
AYE. 49

McCallum, Robert, town chamberlain—office, Macneille Build-;


ings, Newmarket street; house, Midsands, Racecourse road
McCall, John, Richmond Villa, Midton road
,? McCall, Anthony, baker, 109 High street—house, 107 do.
McCall, Miss, dressmaker, 195 High street
McCall, John, joiner, 257 "High street
McCall, Charles, wine and spirit merchant, Kirk-port—house,
George street, Wallacetown
McCally, Agnes, transferer of muslin work, 3 Bruce crescent,
Port
McCartney, Thomas, gardener, Lunnan, Midton r»ad
McCartney, Daniel, carpet weaver, 49 Mill street
McCartney, John, gardener, Knowe Lodge, Midton road
McCartney, John, carpet weaver, 21 Mill street
McCartney, Charles, plumber and gasfitter, 131 High street—
house, do.
McCaslin, Mrs Andrew, dressmaker, 19 Dalblair road
McCheyne, Miss, seminary for young ladies, 13 Eglinton terrace
McClatchie, Miss, milliner, 195 High street
McClelland, James, solicitor, 11 Wellington square
McClelland, Mrs Thomas, 5 Alloway place
McClelland, Mrs John, 31 Carrick street
McClive, Mrs W., 13 Queen's terrace
McClure, G. & J., joiners, cabinetmakers, and house-factors, 47
Carriek street
McClure, Elizabeth, dressmaker, 9 Sandgate street
McClymont, John, solicitor, 19 Fort street
McClymont, Mrs, grocer, 256 High street
McClymont, John, porter, Royal Bank, 33 Sandgate street
MeComb, John, carpet weaver, 156 High street
McConnell, Mrs, washer and dresser, 176 High street
McConnell, John, grocer, 229 high street—shop, Main street,
Newton
McConnell, Peter, register office for servants, 235 High street
McConnell, William, grocer, 236 High street
McConnell, Thomas, Whip Inn, 1 Carriuk street and 179 High
street
McConnochie, James, 63$ High street
MeCormick, Robert, spirit dealer, 77 and 79 High street
McCormick, Thomas, coachman, 38 Alloway street
McCosh, James M., collector of county rates, 7 Wellington square
MeCracken, Mrs John, 1 Barns terrace
McCracken, Thomas, ianner, 44 Mill street
McCracken, Wm., governor, Kyle Union Poorhouse
McCreadie, James, merchant, 42 South Quay—house, 6 Fort street
McCreadie, James, cooper, 21 Kyle street
50 DIRECTORY.

MoCreadie, Robert, storeman, 40 Mill street


McCreadie, George, fish and game merchant, 10 New Bridge
street—house, Fort House, Fort
McOindle, Robert, house factor, 11 Catheart street
McCrindle, Andrew, coachman, Lunnon, Midton road
McCreath, William, 22 Barns street
McCreath, William, farmer, Forehill, Dalmellington road
McCreath, Robert, shopman, 137 High street
McCreath, James, joiner, 232 High street
McCreath, Robert, joiner, 33 Mill street
MoCririck, James, gun and rifle-maker, and burgh inspector of
weights and measures, 13 Sandgate street—house, 16
Academy street
McCririck, James, jun., Maryfield, Gaswork road
MeCririck, Alexander, writer, 9 Sandgate street—house, 16,
Academy street
McCrorie, William, solicitor, 41 Newmarket street—house, 1
Windsor Villa, Miller road
McCrorie, Henry, carpet weaver, 57 Mill street
McCrorie, Andrew, drayman, 9 Alloway street
McCrorie, Hugh, carpet weaver, 54 Mill street
McCubbin, Alexaader, solicitor and accountant, 2 Garden Park,
Miller road
McCubbin & Son, tailors and clothiers, 40 Newmarket street—
house, 42 do.
McCubbin, W. B1., solicitor and accountant, 39 Sandgats str«et
McCnbbin, Mrs Alexander, 39 Sandgate street
McCulloeh, Wm., baker, 212 High street
McCalloch, John, carpet weaver, 34 Mill street
McDerment, James & (Sons, civil engineers, architects, and sur-
veyors, 52 Newmarket street
McDerment, James, Tam M 'Kie Tavern, 1 Hope street
McDermeat, John, of McDerment & Sons, Factory place, Mill
street
MeDerment, James I., McDerment & Sons, 2 Havelock terrace
McDerment, Peter, civil engineer, arehitect, and surveyor, 60
Mill street
McDonald, Donald, superintendent of burgh police, billet master,
and inspector of nuisances, Glencoe, Cottage, Gaswork road
McDonald, William R., M.D., house-surgeon, Fever Hospital,
Mill street
McDonald, Miss Jane, milliner and dressmaker, 27 Sandgate
street
McDonald, Alex., chimney sweeper, 11 Hope street
McDonald, Alex., inspeetor, Constabulary Station, 18 Charlotte
street
AYR. 51

McDonald, James, seaman, 43 Carriek street


McDowall, Win., police constable, 166 High street
McEwan, Mrs Duncan, 3 Dalblair road
McEwan, Captain Hugh, 7 Barns terrace
McEwan, Mrs James, 16 Sandgate street
McEwan, William, plumber, 30 Carrick street
McFarlane, James, carpet weaver, 15 Mill street
McFarlane, William, carpet weaver, head of Fort street
McFee, Robert, painter, 39 Newmarket street—house, Pembroke
villa, Sunnyside
McGavin, Mrs John, Shalimar House, Racecourse
McGill, Mrs William, Railway Station
McO-ill, John, stationmaster, Passenger Station, Townhead
McGregor, Adam, druggist, 18 Sandgate street—house, 1 Mont-
gomery terrace, Fort
McGuire, Hugh, shoemaker, 24 New Bridge street
McGuire, Hugh, clerk, 41 Carrick street
McGuire, Peter, joiner, 205 High street
McHarg, James, tailor, 20 Mill street
McHutcheou, Mrs Mattland, 5 Fnllarton street
Mcllwraith, Mrs William, 180 High street
Mcllwrath, John, & Son, plumbers, slaters, and glaziers, 112
a n d l l 4 High street
MoIlwraSi, John (of J. Mcllwrath & Son, plumbers)—house,
Content House, Wallacetown
Mcllwrath, Andrew (of J. Mcllwrath & Son, plumbers)—house,
Ronaldshaw Park, Midton road
Mcllwraith, J. S., architect and surveyor, 52 Newmarket street—
house, Gordon terrace, Wallacetown
Mclntyre, Andrew, pensioner, 28 Mill street
McJannet, Robert, silk mercer and draper, 21 Sandgate street—
house, Newton terrace
McJannet, Mrs James, Greenside villa, Sunnyside
McJannet. Hugh, baker, 25 High strtet—house, Bellevue Lodge
McKay, John, saddler, 231 High street—house 11 ^eresford
terrace
McKean, Henry, confectioner, 9 Carrick streeb
McKean, John, grocer, 210 High street
McRelvie, John, wine and spirit merchant, 76 and 71 South quay
McKenzie, John, accountant, Commercial Bank
McKerrow, William, livery stables, and cab proprietor, 11 Sand-
gate street—house, 5 Academy street
McKill, William, furniture sale-rooms, Queen's. Head, 70 Higk
street—house, John street, Wallacetown.
McKinnon, Mrs John, Midton road
McKinnon, William, pilot, §6 South quay
52 DIRECTORY.

McKinnon, James, tea and coffee merchant, 104 High street—


house, Wallace street, Wallaeetown
McKinlay, Kobert, spinner, 205 High street
McKissoek, John, cab driver, 29 Carrick street
McKune, Mrs, 5 Barns terrace
McKnight, John, 7 Cromwell place, Fort
McLauchlan, Andrew & Son, builders, Havelock terrace—office,
46 Balblair road
McLaucklaD, Thomas, painter, 183 High street
McLanchlan, James (of A. McLauchlan & Son), 8 Cromwell
Place, Fort
McLauchlan, Miss, female missienary, 205 High street
McLean, John, groom, 33 Carrick street
McLean, William, pavier, 43 Carrick street
McMann, John, cabinetmaker, 53 High street
McManus, Charles, spirit dealer, S Hope street—house 14 Hope
street
McMieheal, William, of John Allan & Co., grain dealers, 172
High street
McMillan, Miss, dressmaker, Kirkport, High street
MeMorland, Mrs, mangle keeper, 22 Mill street
McMurdo, Robert, coachman, 43 Carrick street
McMurtrie, James, solicitor, County buildings—house, 24 Sand-
gate street
McMurtrie, James, posting establishment, 119 High street—
stables, 31 Carrick street
McMurtrie, Thomas, carter, 30 Kyle street
McMurtrie, Misses, dressmakers, 231 High street
McMurtrie, John, watchmaker, 129 High street—house, Gordon
terrace, Wallacetown
McMurtrie, Mrs John, 24 Sandgate street
McMurtrie, Thomas draper, 22 New Bridge street—house, 9
Barns street
McNair, Henry, flesher, 22 Sandgate street—house, 15 Charlotte
street
MeNab, William, 1 Garden Park, Miller road
McNeight, William, solicitor, 4 Cromwell place, Fort
McQueen, Charles, flesher, 242 High street—house, 99J High
street
McQuisten, Alexander, clerk, 30 Alloway street
McQuiston, Peter, spirit dealer, Crown Inn, 115 High street
McKobert, William, railway signalman, 45 Mill street
McSkimming, Archibald, slater, 63 South quay
McSkimming, Miss, dressmaker, 3 Academy street
McTaggart, Mrs, fish merchant, 16 Newmarket street
MoTaggart, Miss Mary Ann, Seafield, Racecourse road
AYR. 53

MoTear, Samue!, maltmatj, 143 High street


McWhinnie, Archibald, cooper, 30 Carrick street
MoWhinnie, Margaret, 6 Cathcart street
McWhirter, Robert, dairy, 35 Mill street
Mo William, Margaret, laundress, 12 Kyle street

NAIRN, Mrs, 11 Queen's terrace


Naismith, W. John, M.B. CM., 19 Fort street
Napier, James, post messenger to Dunure, 2 New Bridge street
Napier, William, letter-carrier, 2 New Bridge street
Napier, Bfiter G., letter-carrier, Content street, Wallacetown
Neil, Alexander, groom, 38 Alloway street
Neil, Thomas, Viewtield, Racecourse road
Neil, Francis, cabinetmaker, 121 High street—show-rooms, 99f
High street
Neil, Mrs, washer and dresser, 41 Carrick street
Neil, Robert, bookseller, 263 High street—house, 265 High street
Neil, Alexander, postilion, 29 Carrick street
Neil, Mrs, 17 High street
Neilson, William, practical hatter and renovator, 24 Carrick
street
Nichol, William, mason, 13 Mill street
Nicol, John, umbrelli maker, 146 High street
Nieol, Mrs John, baker, 214 High street
Nicol, George, confectioner, 143 High street
Niool, Isabella, Ayrshire needlework and muslin stamping, 13
Boat vennal
Nicholson, J. R., Barns House, opposite Alloway place
Nimmo, Hamilton R., professor of music and music seller, 23
New Bridge street—house, 3 Ailsa place, Fort
Nisbet, Alexander, clerk, 7 Fort street
Nisbet, George, confectioner, wine and spirit merchant, 8 Sand-
gate street
Nisbet, Thomas S., draper, Winton buildings, High street—house,
13 Charlotte street
Niven, Miss, 14 Kyle street
Niven, Thomas, shoemaker, 9 Carrick street
Niven, Mrs A., grocer, Kirk port—house, 16 Sandgate street
Niven, William, baker, 43 Kyle street

O'BRIEN, Patrick, instructor of musketry, 9 New Bridge street


Observer Publishing Office, 49 Newmarket street
Ochiltree, William, cabinetmaker, 30 Sandgate street
Ogg, William, cutter, Cowan & Son, clothiers, 34 Newmarket
street—house, River terrace, Wallacetown
Oliver, James, merchant, 41 High street—house, 4 Barns street
54 DIRECTORY.

Oman, Captain Charles, Pomona house, Fort


Openshaw, John, Canteen, Barracks
Orr, Thomas, house factor, 5 Carrick street
Orr, Gilbert, shoemaker, 204 High street—house, 15 Mill street
Orr, Mrs Gilbert, staymaker, 15 Mill street
Osborne, Mrs, 6 Arran terrace, Fort
PARK, Miss, 5 Queen's terrace
Parker, John, cab driver, 53 High street
Parochial Board Office, 98 High street
Patersoa, James, hair-cutter, 1 Mill street
Paterson, John, grocer and provision merchant, 185 High street
—house, Chapel brae, John street, Wallacetown
Paterson, Sons & Co., pianoforte and music sellers, 36 New-
market street
Paterson, Alex., clerk, Post Office—house, 8 Mill street
Paterson, William, smith, 35 Carrick street
Paterson, Hugh, currier, 50 Mill street
Paterson, Alexander, brewer, 8 Mill street
PatersoD, Andrew & Son, tanners and curriers, Mill street—
house, Rose Villa, Eacecourse road
Paterson, James, currier and leather cutter, 3 Kirkport—house,
50 Mill street
Paterson, John, cattle-dealer, 28 Fullarton street
Paterson, Miss, 1 Dalblair road
Paterson, Miss, dressmaker, 40 Fullarton street
Paterson, Martin T., 2 Wellington square
Paterson, James, flesher, 98 High street—house 32 Mill street
Paterson, Hugh, post-messenger to Dalrymple, 134 High street
Paton, Robert & Win., joiners, 20 Kyle street
Paton, Robt. (of W. & R. Patern, joiners), 41 Kyle stieet
Paton, Wm. (of R. & W. Paton, joiners), 68 Sandgate street
Paton, Mrs John, 27 Kyle street
Paton & Sens, builders, wood merchants, &o., Patent Saw Mi'Js,
76 South quay
Paton, Thomas, Blackburn cottage, Racecourse road
Patsn, James B (of Paton & Sons), Oakbank, Miller road
Paton, Alex, (of Paton <fc Sons), 9 Barns terrace
Paton, James (of Paton & Sons), 11 Alloway place
Paton, Robert (of Paton & Sons), 10 Alluway place
Paton, James, Free Church officer, 22 Fort street
Paton, John, spirit merchant, 226 High street
Pator, William, greengrocer, 68 Sandgate street
Paton, Joseph, mason, 205 High street
Patrick, Robert", hat manufacturer, 219 High street—house, 9
Jiglinton terrace, Fort
AYR. 55

Paul, Miss, Wellpark, Racecourse road


Paul, Robert, lath-splitter, 39 Carrick street
Paul, Robert, joiner, head of Fort street
Peden, Miss, dressmaker, 3 New Bridge street
Pennman, Mrs Jarres, draper and toy merchant, 9 Mill street
Pettigrew, Archd , carpet weaver, head of Fort street
Pettigrew, Mrs, washerwoman, 134 High street
Pnillip*, Major Edward, Drybnrgh house, Racecourse road
Pitt, Hugh, night policeman, 156 High street
Picken, Robert, shoemaker, 71 Mill street
Police Office (Donald M'Dona'd, superintendent), Town Build-
ings, 25 New Bridge street
Pollock, William, solicitor and banker, 25 Newmarket strfet—
house, 6 Alloway place
Pollock, John, solicitor and town clerk, County Building? and 2.5
Newmarket street—house, Brownhill oottage, Midtoa road
Pollock, William, maaon, 45 Mill street
Pollock, John, mason, 45 Mill street
Pollock, James, carpet weaver, head of "Port street
Pollok, Robert Morris, Middleton house, Racecourse
Post Office, 43 Newmarket street
Poustie, David, blacksmith, 80 South quay
Prentice, John, porter, Union Bank—house, 140 High street
Printing Office, Ayr Advertiser, 108 High street
Printing Office, Ayr Observer, 49 .Newmarket street
Printing Office, Argus and kxpress, 49 Newmarket street
Panting Office (R. MacLebo.-e), 2 Cathcart street
Purdie, Mrs, sicknuise, 134 High street

QUEEN'S HOTEL, 6 Harbour street

RAE, Archibald (of Currie, Rae, & Co.), Ailsa Buildings—house,


1 Craighhall, Killock p'ace
Ramsay, Robert, postmaster, 3 Stanley place, Dalblair road
Ramsay, John, auctioner and appraiser, house and law agent, 95
High street
Ramsay, John, temperance hotel and restaurant, 1334 High street
Rankin, Miss, 4 Havelock terrace
Rankin, Andrew, M.D., 4 Kensington terrace, Miller road
Redmont, Arthur, pilot, 43 South quay
Register Office for Births, Marriages, and Death?, 1 High street
Reid, William (of W. Wight & Co.), 134 High street
Reid, William, law-clerk. 234 High street
Reid. Francis, 81 South quay
Reid, John upholsterer, cabinetmaker, and house agent, 26 Sand-
gate street—house, 2 Brougham place
56 DIEECTOEY.

Reid, David, ropespinner, 8 Old Bridge street—house, 59 High st.


Pteid, James, tanner, 73 Mill street
Reid, William, photographer, 13 High street
Keid, Miss, dressmaker, 7 High street
Reid, Mrs Hugh M., seamstress, 131 Hi.h street
Rennie, Nathaniel, boilermaker, 60 South quay
Renton, W. J., stationer, 28 New Bridge street
Rewcastle, John, cabinetmaker, 38 Newmarket street
Reynolds, Thomas, tanner, 73 Mill street
Richardson, Mrs F., Berlin wool and fancy repository, 4 Sandgate
street—house, 1 Academy street
Richmond, James, slater, 28 Mill street
Richmond, Mrs James, Refreshment Rooms, 23 Boat vennal
Richmond, Andrew, platform manager, Railway Station—house
55 Mill street
Riddle, Alexander, baker, 245 High street
Rigg, Misses, milliners and dressmakers, 17 Fort street
Ritchie, Mrs John, 30 Fort street
Ritchie, Capt. Joseph, Vancouver Lodge Midton road
Ritchie, Rev. Robert, curate, Trinity Church—house, 46 New-
market street
Robertson, Miss Jessie, Midton road
Robertson, John, grocer and spirit dealer, 28 Sandgate street—
house, 8 Barns street
Robertson, Robert, tailor and clothier, 5 High street—house, 7 do
Robertson, Rev. John, 10 Academy street
Robertson, Miss, 13 Wellington square
Robertson, James, tailor, 44 High street
Robison, James, Sheriff-Substitute, 1 Alloway place
Rodger, Mrs John, ) 7 Kyle street
Rodger, John M. (of Finnie & Rodger, iron founders)—house, 42
Mill street
Ronald, John, surgeon, consulting rooms, 2 Maeneille Buildings—
house, 29 Wellington square
Ronald, Mrs William, washer and dresser, 2 Kyle street
Ross, John, joiner. 9 Alloway street
Rowan, John, cattle-dealer, 37 Carrick street
Rowan, C. B , solicitor, procurator-fiscal for the burgh of Ayr,
and town clerk of Prestwick, 8 Cathcart street
R,owan, Michael, leather-cutter and spirit-dealer, 190 High st.—
house, 143 High street
Rowan, James, slater, 19 New Bridge street
Rotch, John, polisher, 208 High street
Royal Bank, 33 Sandgate street &
Roy, James, dairy, 218 High street
R,usk, Mrs James, ropespinner, 17 Alloway street
AYE. 57

Rusk, John, weaver, 34 Mill street


Rusk, Mrs James, senr., grocer, 17 Alloway street
Russell, George, railway porter, 119 High street
Russell, James, seedsman, 177 High street—house, 175 do.
Russell, John, clothier, 11 New Bridge street—house, Darlington
Cottage, Darlington place
Russell, John, grocer and spirit dealer, 174 High street
Russell, M. 4 J., fruiterers, 43 Sandgate street
Russell, William, 3 Killoch place
Russell, William, staff-sergeant, Militia Stores, Seabank road,
Fort
Rutherford, Gr. & H., grocers and spirit merchants, 126 High
street—house, Kirk port

SAMSON. John, ostler, 20 New Bridge street


Scott, M. B. (of Johnstone & Scott, drapers), 2 Bath place
Scott, Miss, teacher, Infant School, 8 Charlotte street
Scott, G. R., superintendent, Industrial School, 32 Carrick street
Scott, Mrs, matron do do
Scott, Adam, shoemaker, 64 Sandgate street
Scott, Mrs, 111 High street
Semple, John, ironmonger, 73 High street—house, 9 Buckingham
terrace
Semple, John, brassfounder, 193 High street
Session-Clerk, James Thomson, 11 Charlotte street
Sewing Machine Warehouse, 60 High street
Shankland, Robert, 6 Montgomerie terrace, Fort
Shankland, Mrs Adam, spirit-dealer, 101 High street
Sharp, James, vanman, 49 Mill street
Sharp, Miss, Ayrshire needlework, 4 Montgomerie terrace, Fort
Shaw, Mrs, outfitting and smallwares emporium, 66 Sandgate
street—house, Mary place, Beresford terrace
Shaw, Charles G., solicitor, County Buildings—house, 25 Wel-
lington square
Shaw & Dunlop, solicitors, County Buildings
Shearer, James, tailor, 34 Fullarton Street
Shearer, John, tailor and clothier, 23 Newmarket street—house,
3 Charlotte street
Sillars, Mrs Thomas, 3 Bruce orescent, Fort
Silver, George H , draper and outfitter, 29 Sandgate street —
house and warehouse above
Sime, Mrs John, refreshment rooms, 19 New Bridge street
Sime, Henry (of Allan & Sime, tailors), 19 New Bridge street
Simpson, George, joiner, 2 New Bridge street
Simpson, Alex., brassfounder, 19 Carrick street
Simpson, James, salesman, Ayr Brewery, 10 Mill street
58 DIRECTORY.

Sinclair, Mrs James. 1 Miller place


Sinclair, James (of Sinclair & VVatson)—house, Bellevue Cottage,
Midton road
Sinclair, Rev. John, 2 Barns street
Sinclair, Mrs, 4 Bruce Crescent, Fort
Sloan, Mrs 4 Bglinton terrace, Fort
Sloan, John, Welcome Tavern, 83 and 85 High street
Sloan, John, storeman, 72 South quay
Sloan, Misses, milliners, 71j High street
Sloss, Mrs, teacher of music, 7 Bath p!ace
Sloss, David, carter, 22 Carrick street
Smart, Miss, 2 Birns terrace
Smith, James, of Wheatfield, 26 Wellington square
Smith, James, sheriff officer and house agent, 14 Newmarket
street—house, Whitletts
Smith, Misses J. & I., dressmakers 44 High street
Smith, Ebenezer, boot and shoemaker, 199 High street—house,
12 Alloway street
Smith, Mrs Andrew, 12 Barns street
Smith, Andrew, & Son, grain merchants, 178 High street
Smith, James (of A. Smith & Son), Melling cottage, Midton road
Smith, Andrew (of A. Smith & Son) 12 Barns street
Smith, Robert, late collector of Customs, Aberdeen, Hope villa,
Maybole road
Smith, William, engineer, 75 South quay
Smith, James, tobacconist, 2 Sandgatrf street—house, 2 Academy
street
Smith, Mrs J ames, 2 Park terrace, off Alloway place
Smith, Miss, 8 Park terrace off Alloway place
Smith, John, maltster and brewer; brewery, Garden street; ale
cellars, 40 High street—house, 7 Craigie terrace, John street,
Wallacetown
Smith, Thomas, gardener, 9 Alloway street
Smith, Robert, baker, 8 High street—house, 10 do.
Smith, John, dairy, 40 Carrick street
Smith. James, draper, 58 High street—house, 6 Craigie terrace,
Wallacetown
Smith, William, bootmaker, 15 Kyle street
Smith, Mrs Andrew, 205 High street
Smith, Robert H., plasterer, 6 Cromwell place Fort
Smith, William, wine and spirit merchant, 7 New Bridge street
Smith, Mrs William, dairy, 11 Fort street 0f
Smith, George, joiner, head of Sandgate street
Smith, George, draper, 189 High street
Smith, Mrs Ebenezer, 184 High street
Smith, Mrs Robert, 38| Sandgate street
AYE. J»

Smith, William, spirit merchant and cork cutter, I'nion Tavern,


3 Boat vennal
Smith, Miss, 45 Sandgate street
Smith, Hugh, post messenger to Alloway, 9 Alloway street
Smith, Robert, draper, 2 High street—house, Craigie terrace,
John street, Wallacetown
Smith, John, flesher, 56 Mill street
Smith's Institution, Smith street George Bain, teacher
Sorrell, Nathaniel, sergeant, 63 South quay
Speir, John, saddler and harness maker, 141 High street—
house, 159 do.
Sprot, John South Park, Racecourse road
Spencer, William, merchant Spring park, Dalblair road—office,
Wallacetown Loan Office Cross street
Stamp and Tax Office, 14 Cathcart street
Star Hotel, James Lees, 108 High street
Steele, Thomas, grain meichant, 39 South quay- house, Seabank
villa Fort
Steel, Gilbert, horse trainer, Alloway street
Steel, John, Eglinton Hotel 3 Alloway street
Steel, David, 16 Alloway street
Stevenson, Andrew, teacher of English, Ayr Academy, 9 Dal-
blair road
Stewart, John, clerk, 26 Fort street
Stewart, William, Gearholm, Doonfoot, Racecourse road
Stewart, Francis, hairdresser, 634 High street
Stewart, William, chimney sweeper, 2014 High street
Stewart, Robert, tanner, 66 Mill street
Stewart, Dean, baker, 1 Old Bridge street
Stewart, J., watchmaker, 149 High street
Stewart, Robert watchmaker, 38 High street—house, 127 do.
Stewart, F. P., Dalblair house, Dalblair road
Stowell, Samuel, trumpet-major, Academy lodge, Fort street
Stroyan, Samuel, shipping agent North quay, Newton
Struthevs, John, famer, Slaphouse, Old Maybole road
Struthers, Thomas, carpet weaver. 48 High street
Sym & Murray, builders, 13 Kyle street
Sym, Mrs Henry, 3 Bath place
Sym, Miss Lillias, 1 Park terrace, off Alloway place
Sym, Miss Sarah, 1 Park terrace, off Alloway place
Symington, Mrs, 20 New Bridge street
TAIT, Andrew, tinsmith and gasfitter, 111 High street—house,
21 Mill street
Taylor, James, governor of prison, 9 Bath place
Taylor, Miss, dressmaker, 23 Sandgate street
60 DIREOTOBY.

Taylor, J. & A., engineers and millwrights, Townhead Works


Taylor, Andrew (of J & A. Taj'lor)—house, 22 Alloway street
Taylor, John (of J. & A. Taylor)—house, Fembank, Midton road
Taylor, Miss, 10 Cromwell place, Fort
Taylor, Daniel, tailor, 18 Fort street
Taylor, John, chemist, 2 Macneille Buildings—house, 21 High st,
Taylor, Alexander, currier, 27 Mill street
Telfer, A. B., M.D., agent for Bell, Eennie, & Co., wine mer-
chants, 5 Fort street—house, 16 Academy street
Telfer, William, ostler, 205 High street
Templeton, James, carpet manufacturer, Fort street—house,
Millrig house, 4 Charlotte street
Templeton, William, cabinetmaker, 156 High street—house, 54
Mill street
Templeton, Mrs John, watchmaker and jeweller, 129 High street
house, 127 do.
Templeton, Robert, watchmaker and jeweller, 64 High street—
house, 72 do.
Tennant, Miss, Broomfield place, Broomfield road
Tennant, Misses, 9 Charlotte street
Tennant, William, Eaton villa, Racecourse road
Tennant, Mrs, 2 Kensington terrace
Terry, James, & Son, locksmiths and bellhangers, 32 High street
Terry, Isaac, of Terry & Son, 32 High street
Terry, James, jun., locksmith, 71 Mill street
Thorn, Mrs James, 1 Stanley place, Dalblair road
Thorn, Robert, waiter, 25 Dalblair road
Thompson, Joseph H., compositor, 13 Alloway stregf
Thompson, William, La Belle Cottage, Beresford ttrrace
Thomson, William, slater, 233 High street
Thomson, Thomas, joiner, 35 Kyle street
Thomson, James, mathematical master, Ayr Academy, 11 Char-
lotte street
Thomson, John, hatter, 42 High street—house, 13 Montgomerie
terrace, Fort
Thomson, Hugh, & Co., boot and shoemakers, Winton Buildings
Thomson, Alexander, joiner, 14 Cathcart street
Thomson, Matthew, wholesale and family grocer, wine and spirit
merchant, 12 Sandgate street—house, 5 Cromwell place, Fort
Thomson, Mrs Nicol, temperance coffee house, 4 Newmarket
street
Thomson, James, carver, 37 Carrick street
Thomson, William, slater, 134 High street
Tosh, George, surveyor of inland revenue. Ailsa Buildings, Kirk
port—house, 7 Montgomerie terrace, Fort
Train, Mrs Joseph, 64 Sandgate street
AYR. 61
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Turnbull, Thomas, gardener, 176 High street
Turnbull, William, cooper, 162 High street
Turner, Andrew, Eagle Tavern, 48 High street
Turner, W. & A., ironmongers, 4 MacneilleBuildings, Newmarket
street
Turner, "William (of W. & A. Turner), 1 Dalblair road
Tyrie, William, grocer, 7 Alloway street

UNDERWOOD, William, cabinetmaker, 38 Newmarket street


Ure, William, smith and bellhanger, 17 High street—house,
Allison street, Newton
Ure, Mrs John, 31 Queen's terrace

Vallance, John, tailor, 9 Kirkport, High street


Vass, W illiam, letter-carrier, Russell street, Newton
Vass, David Ross, inspector of inland revenue, 8 Cassillis street;

WADDELL, Mrs Thomas, 10 Wellington square


Wales, Abraham, butcher, 18 Newmarket street—house, Winton
Buildings
Walker, J. N., photographer, 45 Newmarket street
Walker, Miss, 21 Wellington square, boarding school for ladies
Walker, Archibald, letter stamper, 229 High street
Walker, Alexander, clerk, wine cellars, Academy street—house,
Craigie terrace, Wallacetown
Walker, James, Sun Inn, 241 High street
Walker, W. G , 10 Eglinton terrace, Fort
Wallace, David, Quartermaster-Sergeant, Militia Stores, Seabank
road, Fort
Wallace, Mrs James, coffee rooms, 67 South quay
Wallace, Rev. Robert, 3 Cathcart street
Wallace, Mrs John, 17 Newmarket street
Wallace, Mrs, feuar, 28 Kyle street
Wallace, Mrs William, grocer, 60 Sandgate street—house, Park-
house, Maybole road
Wallace, Robert, ostler 38 Fullarton street
Wallace, William, dyer, 206 High street
Wallace, Robert, ostler, 41 Kyle street
Wallace, Joseph, Wallace tavern, 6 Newmarket street
Wallace, Miss Mary, dressmaker, 38 Fullarton street
Water Company's Office, 52 Newmarket street
Watt, J. R., M.D., 12 Cathcart street
Watt, William, baker. 33 Carrick street
Watson, Robert, saddler, 181 High street—house, 30 New
Bridge street
Watson, John, 6 Park terrace
G2 DIRECTORY.

Watson, William L., grain and seed merchant 6 Park terrace


Watsin, George. 4 Arran terrace, Fort
Watson & Sinclair, cattle salesmen, Corn Exchange Court, High
street
Watson, Alexander, auctioneer (of Watson & Sinclair, cattle
salesmen), Morningside Cottage, Jlidton road
Watson, James, Ayr Brewery 12 Mill street
Webb, "VWilliam, groom, R Martin's, 33 High street
Weir, Alexander, manufacturing chemist, Ayr Chemical Works
Weir, Mrs, 12 Academy street
Weir, Quartermaster William, Maryfield, Gaswork road
Weir, James, dairyman, 251 High street
Wemyss, John 1 Buckingham terrace, Chai'lotte street
Whigham, D. D , wine merchant, 8 Academy street—house,
Drumley, by Tarbolton
White, Alex., Waverley Temperance Hotel, 8 New Bridge street
Whitelaw, Mrs, 8 Fort street
WThiteeross, Mrs, 5 Bath place
Wield, David, M.D.—consulting rooms, 207 High street ; house,
7 Barns street
Wight, William, & Co., grain dealers, 171 High street -house,
134 do.
Wilkinson, John, joiner, 75 South quay
Wilkinson & Iimond, ironmongers, 128 High street
Wilkinson, Mrs, lodgings, 45 South quay
Williamson, John, slater and smoke curer, 24 Newmarket street
Willock, William, painter and paperhanger, 9 Newmarket street
—house, 12 Eglinton terrace, Fort
Wills, Mungo, chemist and druggist, 1 New Bridge street—
house, 3 do
Wilson, J. Clark, M D . 3 Alloway place
Wilson, Mrs, Rosebank house Old Maybole road
Wilson, James, grain and spirit dealer. 191 and 193 High street
Wilson, John, & Co , upholsterers, cabinetmakers, and house
agents, 15 Sandgate street
Wilson, James (of Wilson & Co ), 17 Queen's terrace
Wilson, George (of Wilson & Co ), Dalblair villa, Dalblair road
Wilson, John, carter, 29 Kyle street
Wilson, A'Ian, dairy, 10 Kyle street
Wilson, William, gardener, 33 Kyle street
Wilson, The Right Rev W. S., Bishop of Glasgow and Galloway,
15 Ewflinton terrace, Fort
Wilson, Mrs Archibald, Ayr Dairy, Dalblair road
Wilson, Robert, joiner, 64 Sandgate street
Wilson, James, spirit dealer, Wallace tower, High street
Wilson, William, M D , 5 Montgomerie terrace, Fort
AYE. 63

Wilson, Mrs, Riverston, Racecourse road


Wilson, John, cork manufacturer, 98 High street
Wilson, William, eating house, 22 Old Bridge street
Wilson, James, draper, 33 Mill street
Willison, Mrs, 3 Montgomerie terrace, Port
-Winter, Robert, ironmonger, 133 High street—house, 2 Crom-
well place, Fort
Wood, James D , tailor and clothier, 19 Newmarket street—
house, Russell street, Newton
Wood, Miss. 12 Wellington square
Wood, Hugh, hatter, 27 High street—house, Greenbank terrace,
Newtonhead
Wood, Thomas, moulder, 17 Mill street
Woodburn, David, M.D., 6 Barns street
Wright, Campbell, & Co., drapers, Commercial house, 1 Harbour
street—house, Clyde Cottage, Seabank road, Fort
Wright, Mrs Daniel, eating house and commercial lodgings, 166
High street
Wright, Thomas, bookseller and stationer, 81 High street
Wyllie, Lieut. -Colonel James, 3 Barns terrace
Wyllie, Mrs Alexander, temperance hotel, 166 High street
Wyllie & Co.. sheriff-officers, 119 High street
Wyllie, Hugh, grain merchant, 1 and 3 Fort street—house,
Eglinton place, Miller road
Wyllie, John, seaman, 63 South quay
Wyllie, John, storeman 215 High street
Wyllie, Mrs Robert, 5 Havelock terrace, Miller road
Wyllie, Daniel, hay, grain, and seed merchant, 215 High street
—house, Havelock house, Miller road

Yotrtra, Lieut.-Col. S. Denholm, Green Lodge, Charlotte street


Young, James, chief constable for Ayrshire, Allanvale, Racecourse
road—office, 18 Charlotte street
Young, John, pilot, 64 South quay
Young, John, riddlemaker, Factory place, Mill street
Young, J & T., engineers and millwrights, Vulcan Foundry,
Newton Green
Young, John, jun. (of J. & T. Young), 7 Charlotte street
Young, William (of J & T. Young), 13 Barns street
Young, Miss Jane, milliner and dressmaker, 9 Cathcart street
Young, Walter, umbrella and parasol manufacturer, 31 New-
market street
Young, James, cashier, Advertiser Office—house, Greenbank ter-
race, Newtonhead
Young, David, draper, 9 High street—house, 6 Queen's terrace
Young, John, nursery and seedsman, 16 A Ho way street
64 DIRECTORY.

NEWTON AND WALLACETOWN.


ADAM, John, pork buthcher, Newton terrace—shop, Winton
buildings
Adams, Matthew, boot and shoemaker, Edenhall, Prestwick
road—shop, 78 High street
Adam, Robert, tailor, Kilmarnock street
Adamson, Andrew, mason, Russell street
Agnew, William, slater, Weaver street
Aitken, Andrew, engine driver, Green street
Aitken, Robert, master of steam tug, Green street
Aitken, William, railway pointsman, George street
Alexander, William, valuator, Craigie terrace, John street
Alexander, James, saddler, Main street
Alexander, William, & Sons, timber merchants and builders,
Wallacetown saw mills
Alexander, William, engine driver, Allison street
Alexander, Miss Helen, confectioner, &c, Gordon place
Alexander, Captain Gilbert, Gordon terrace
Alexander, Robert, baker, Wallace street
Alexander, John, draper's assistant, Gordon place
Alexander, Ivie (of Alexander & Sons, builders), Craigie
Cottage, John street
Allan, William, joiner, George street
Allan, Miss Agnes, grocer, New road, Newtonhead
Allan, David, salmon fiaher, Main street
Allan, Archd., plasterer, Main street—House, Allison street
Allan, James, grocer and spirit dealer, Green street
Allison, John, weaver, Cross street
Allison, John, cabinetmaker, George street
Anderson, Malcolm, blacksmith, Kilmarnock street
Anderson, Robert, joiner, Peebles street
Anderson, Jane, Peebles street
Anderson, John, fisher, Peebles street
Anderson, Mrs Hugh, feuar, George street
Anderson, Mrs John, John street
NEWTON" AND WALLAOETOWN. 65

Anderson, Mrs John, Church street


Anderson, Hugh, fisher, Peebles street
Anderson, George, slater, Wallace street
Anderson, William, shoemaker, Weaver street
Anderson, George, seaman, Newton terrace
Anderson, William, 4 Craigie terrace, John street
Andrew, Mrs James, grocer, G-arden street
Andrew, Mrs Robert, feuar, Main street
Andrew, James, pointsman, Main street
Armour, John, clerk, Pleasant view, George street
Armosr, James, tailor, Boghall row
Armour, James, sawyer, Boghall row
Armour, William, carpet weaver, Content street
Armstrong, Thomas, mason, Content street
Auld, William, plumber, Peebles street
DJ Hugh, engineer, Garden street
Baird, Mrs Robert, New road
Baird, Mrs Hugh, Green street lane
Baird, James, moulder, Green street
Barlow, Edward, upholsterer, Russell street
Bambridge, Charles, carpet weaver, Elba street
Barr, Mrs Andrew, 3 Craigie terrace, John street
Barr, Robert, sergeant, Albert terrace
Beaton, Walter, teacher, Prestwick school—house, Allison si.
Beaton, William, weavers' agent, Allison street
Beaton, William, jr., joiner, Allison street
Beattie, Alexander, sawyer, George street
Beck, Samuel, grocer and spirit dealer, Green street
Begg, Samuel, grocer, George street
Blackwood, Hugh, mason, Content street
Blackwood, Mrs, grocer, Main street
Blackwood, Andrew, mason, Queen street
Blair, William, carpet weaver, New road
Blane, Thomas, teacher, Weaver street
Blane, James, mason, Weaver street
Blane, Miss Jane, dressmaker, Main street
Blane, William, road contractor, Main street
Blane, William, grocer and weavers' agent, Cross street
Bone, Robert, upholsterer, Pleasant view, George street
Bone, William, saddler, River street—house, Joha street
Bone, Mrs William, Burnside House, Prestwick road
Bone, John, carter, Saltfield house
66 DIRECTORY.

Borland, Robert, gardener, Elba street


Bowie, William, salesman, Church street
Bowie, Grace, grocer, Main street
Bowie, John, cabinetmaker, Hunter's place, New road
Bowie, Mrs Adam, Peebles street
Boyd, Miss Mary, Hunter's place, New road, Newtonhead
Boyd, Robert, harbour-master, John street
Boyd, Robert, shoemaker, Elba street—shop, 63 High street,
Ayr
Boyd, Captain John, Green street
Boyd, Misses, Craigie terrace, John street
Boyd, James, carpet weaver, Cross street
Boyle, Mrs William, pawnbroker, Cross street—house, John
street
Brackenridge, James, inspector of poor, Peebles street
Brash, James, salesman, Newton terrace
Brash, John, plumber, Newton terrace—shop, 115 High st.
Brewn, William, draper, Chapel brae—shop, 50 High street,
Ayr
Brown, Miss, grocer, Main street
Brown, Captain John, York street
Brown, Thomas, staff sergeant, Allison street
Brown, David, staff sergeant, Pleasant view, George street
Brown, Captain Charles, John street
Brown, Mrs William, Burns' Tavern, River street
Brown, John, carpet weaver, Content street
Brown, James, tailor, Allison place, Allison street
Brown, Hugh, confectioner, Green street— shop, 40§ Sand-
gate street
Browlee, Robert, staff sergeant, Main street
Bruce, Henry, coachmaker, Robertson place, George street
Bruce, James, tailor, George street
Bryan, John, railway carriage inspector, John street
Bryden, William, commission agent, Main street—house,
Brisbane Cottage, Chapel brae
Buchanan, David, millwright, Boghall row
Buchanan, Gilbert, teacher, Green street
Buchanan, William, joiner, Lymond's wynd
Buchanan, William, carter, York lane
Burns, Thomas, fish dealer, River street

CADDIES, Thomas, Free Church officer, Lymond's wynd


Caddies, John, church officer, Cross street
NBWTON AND WALLACETOWN. 67

Cairns, John, insurance agent, Perry Cottage, Church street


Caldwell, Mrs James, John street
Caldwell, Maitland, cabinetmaker, Allison street — shop,
Wallace street
Callan, Thomas, shopman, George street
Cameron, D. B., grocer. Green street
Cameron, Kenneth, railway surfaceman, Twiningh&in place
Campbell, R. F. F., of Craigie House
'Campbell, James, iron moulder, Allison street
Campbell, James, weaver, Weaver street
Campbell, John, grocer, George street
Campbell, Matthew, gardener, Greea street lane
Campbell, John, grocer, Elba street
Campbell, John, shoemaker, Clune street
Campbell, David, photographer, Allison street
Campbell, Hamilton, railway guard, Kilmaraock street
Campbell, Cheser, mason, Cross street
Campbell, David, engine driver, New road
Campbell, William, weaver, Weaver street
Campbell, Donald, book canvasser, Green street
Campbell, Jessie, grocer, Cross street
Campbell, Jame<, moulder, Cross steeet
Campbell, Andrew, mason, Green street
Campbell, Quintin, grocer, Kilmarnock street
Campbell, Robert, pointsman, New road
Candlish, Mrs William, Green street
Carson, William, sawyer, Saltfield lane
Carson, Robert, Taylor Monument Inn, George street
Carson, Thomas, post messenger to Prestwick—house, do.
Chambers, William, tinsmith and gasfitter, Old Bridge end
Chalmers, Joseph, weaver, York lane
Chisholm, Burnet, painter, Main street
Christie, William, ship carpenter, Saltfield House
Church, Newton Established (Rev. E. L. Thompson), Main
street
Church, Newton Free (Rev. J. Miller), Main street
Church, Darlington Place, United Presbyterian (Rev. Robt.
M. Maclnnes), end of New Bridge
Church, Wallacetown Quoad Sacra (Rev. G. J. C. Scott),
John street
Church, Original Secession (Rev. John Robertson), George
street
68 DIRECTORY.

Church, Roman Catholic (Rev. Patrick M'Lauchlan). Jolm (


street
Church, Wallacetown Free (Rev. Andrew Rowand), John
street
Church, Reformed Presbyterian (Rev. T. H. Lang), John
Street
Clark, David, superintendent, County Constabulary, Craigia
terrace, John street
Clark, James, & Son, grocers, Wallace street
Clark, David (of Hair & Clark, joiners), Content street—
shop, 131 High street, Ayr
Clark, John, weaver, Peebles street «
Clark, William, fireman, Cross street
Clark, Mrs William, Church place, Newton
Clark, Thomas, engine driver, Sea lane
Clark, John, potato dealer, Weaver street
Clelland, Hugh, mason, Cross street
Cochrane, John, ship carpenter, Green street
Collins, John, pilot, Garden street
Cook, Duncan, iron moulder, Allison street
Cook, Mrs James, washerwoman and mangier, Green street
Cook, William, Evangelist, Allison place, Allison street
Coghill, William, draper, Allison Place, Allison street
Connor, James, staff sergeant, George street
Co-operative Society Store, George street-
Copperthwaite, William, gamekeeper, Virginia Place, New^
tonhead
Cornelius, John, joiner, York lane
Cowan, John, carter, Saltpans
Cowan, Robert, carter, York street
Cowan, William, carter, Hall's vennal
Cowan, William, ship carpenter, Main street
Cowan, John, clothier, Main street—shop, 17 New Bridga
street, Ayr
Cowieson, Mrs, washer and dresser, George street
Craig, Thomas, baker, Russell street
Craig, Mrs Andrew, Peebles street
Craig, James, mason, Peebles street
Craig, John, mason, Peebles street
Crawford, John, dairy, Peebles street
Crawford, Thomas, carpet weaver, George street
Crawford, Bryce, cabinetmaker, Green street
Crawford, David, railway guard, Russell street
NEWTON AND WALLACETOWN. 69

Crawford, Catherine, spirit dealer, Wallace street


Crawford, Daniel, cabinetmaker, John street
Crawford, John, ooaohbuilder, John street
Cree, William, carpet weaver, Elba street
Oreighton, James, staff sergeant, Main street
Gumming, William, engine driver, Twiningham place
Gumming, John salmon fisher, Clune's vennal
Cunningham, Wm., sailmaker, Cross street—sail loft, 64
South quay, Ayr
Cunningham, Archibald, tailor, Garden street
Currie, Gilbert, seaman, Content street
Currie, William, coal agent, and register for servants, View-
field, Newtonhead—office, 62 Sandgate street, Ayr
Cuthbert, Alex., boot and shoemaker, Hunter's place, New
road, Newtonhead—shop, 22 High street, Ayr
Cuthbert, Mrs James, sewing agent, Garden street
Cuthbert, Alexander, spirit dealer, Main street
Cuthill, James, coachbuilder, Main street—house, New road
DALEYMPLB, Eobert, slater, Main street
Dalzell, Allan, railway guard, North quay
Dalzell, Robert, railway pointsman, Clune street
Dargavel, John, tobacconist, Allison Place, Allison street
Davidson, George, seedsman, Ralston Cottage, Church street
—shop, 49 Newmarket street, Ayr
Davidson, William, weaver, Elba street
Davies, Edward, cabinetmaker, Main street—house, do.
Davies, Gladney, engineer, Allison street
Dean, William, joiner, Content street
Dempster, James, carpet weaver, New road
Dick, Quintin, millwright, Church street
Dick, David, engine fitter, York street
Dick, William, engineer, Russell street
Dick, David, carter, Kilmarnock street
Dickie, Thomas, Free Church officer, Peebles street
Dickie, Thomas, joiner, James street
Dickie, Hugh, baker, Main street
DiGkson, Francis, grocer and spirit dealer, Main street
Dinning, Charles, corkcutter, Garden street
Doak, Robert, bookbinder, New road
Dobbie, Mrs Richard, Craigie terrace, John street
Dobbie, David, dispensing chemist, Gordon Place—house, do.
Donald, Robert, patternmaker, Content street
70 DIREOTOEY.

Douglas, William, joiner, Content street


Douglas, Andrew, staff-sergeant, Newton terrace
Douglas, Mrs John, Green street
Douglas, William, grocer, Content street
Drennan, David, carter, Peebles street
Drennan, James & William, joiners, Cross street
Duff, William, cabinetmaker, Church street
Dunbar, James, slater, Lome cottage, Green street
Dunbar, John, railway guard, Lome cottage, Green street
Duncan, William, shoemaker, New road
Duncan, John, blacksmith, Weaver street
Dunlop, James, clerk, Royal Bank—house, Nelson street
Dunlop, William, clerk, Kilmarnock street
Dunlop, Andrew, iron turner, Kilmarnock street
Dunlop, George, engineer, Content street
Dunlop, Mrs Captain A., head of Cross street
Dunn, Thomas, pensioner, York lane
Dunn, James, shoemaker, Garden street
Dunsmuir, George, engineer, George street
Dunsniuir, Allan, ship carpenter, York street
Dykes, John, engineer, Allison street

ECCLES, Miss, dairy, Boghall row


Erskin, George, weaver, York street

:, John, insurance agent, Allison place, Allison street


Ferguson, James, slater, Queen street
Ferguson, James M., proprietor, Ayr Observer and A rgus and
Express, Malcolm lodge, Prestwick road—Office, 41)
Newmarket street
Ferguson, John, tailor, Allison street
Ferguson, Hugh, joiner, Main street
Ferguson, James, & Co., slaters, glaziers, and plumbers,
River street
Ferguson, William, tailor, Garden street
Figgans, Samuel, mason, George streei
Figgans, John, cabinetmaker, James street
Figgans, James, mason, George street
Findlay, James, mason, Clune street
Findlay, John, railway guard, Peebles street
Finnie, James, (of Finnie & Rodger, ironfounders,) Lady bank
cottage, head of Content street
NEWTON AUD WALLACETOWN. 71

Fordyce, Peter, police constable, New road


Forest, Robert, joiner, Content street
Forewell, James, mason, J31une street
Forsyth, Thomas, shoemaker, Main street
Forsyth, Alexander, engineer, George street
Fraser, Alexander, moulder, Content street
Fraser, Alexander, blacksmith, Saltfield house
Fraser, George, joiner, Sea lane
Fraser, Margaret, grocer, Content street
Fraser, James, iron moulder, Content street
Fraser, John, spirit dealer, Wallace street
Free Church School (James Houston, teacher), Main street
Free Church School (John Martin, teacher), Weaver street
Free Church School Library, Main street
Fullarton, Alexander, spirit dealer, North quay
Fullarton, James, flesher, Oswald terrace, George street
Fulton, John, ship carpenter, Green street
GATRDNER, John, wood merchant, Newton—saw mills, Green
street lane
Gairdner, John, jun., Newton saw mill, Green street lane
Galbraith, Alexander, clerk, Green street lane
Garland, John, weaver, Contest street
Garrety, John, seaman, Peebles street
Geddes, John, joiner, Saltfleld house
Garvock, William, ship carpenter, Main street
Garvie, Peter, butler, Albert terrace
Gemmell, Mrs James, Green street
Gibb, Allan, cabinetmaker, Cross street — shop, 74 High
street, Ayr
Gibb, Blias, coal depot, George street
Gibb, Miss, 2 Craigie terrace, John street
Gibb, Dr William, Cross street
Gibb, Mrs William, greengrocer, Main street
Gibson, James, shopman, Church street
Gibson, James, spirit dealer, Elba street
Gibson, Hugh, cab driver, Main street
Gibson, Robert, joiner, John street
Gibson, John, teacher, Hunter's place, New road
Giffen, James, Newton terrace
Gilchrist, James, carpet weaver, Boghall row
Gilmour, M., accountant, Clydesdale Bank—house, Mrs
Fulton, Oraigie terrace, John street
72 DIRECTORY.

Gilpin, John, broker, Wallace street


Gfirvan, Oapt. James, Oraigie terrace, John street
Girvan, James, shoemaker, Main street
Girvan, William, weaver, James street
Gleeson, Michael, staff sergeant, Pleasant view, George itreet
G-ood, Mrs John, ladies' nurse, Hunter's place, New road,
Newtonhead
Good, Capt. John, Appin cottage, Prestwick road
Gordon, David, engineer, Newton terrace
Goudie, William, painter, George street
Goudie, James, manager, Newton Gas Works — house,
Allison street
Goudie, Charles, smith, John street
Goudie, John, spirit-dealer, New road
Goudie, George, tailor. Lymonds' wynd
Gow, Robert, baker, Main street
Gracie, Robert, railway policeman, Church street
Graham, Peter, fireman, New road
Graham, Robert, shoemaker, Main street
Graham, Archibald, hair-cutter, Oid Bridge
Graham, Misses, dressmakers, Garden street
Graham, John, painter, Queen street
Grant, Thomas, railway guard, Peebles street
Grant, Duncan, grocer, Main street
Grant, Mrs James, sen., New road, Newtonhead
Grant, John, grocer, Damside
Gray, William, tailor, Allison street
Gray, Allan, seaman, Peebles street
Gray, William, millwright, Boghall row
Gray, Miss Agnes, Peebles street
Gray, James, clerk, Inland Revenue Office—house, New road
Gray, Robert, Point House, New road
Green, William, engineer, Railway Cottage, head of Peebles
street
Greenan, John, china and earthenware dealer, George street
Grreenlees, John, watchmaker, Green street
Greenock, Joseph, cabinetmaker, Green street
Gribbon, Thomas, grocer, Cross street
Griffin, George, railway pointsman, George street
Guthrie, John, plasterer, Elba street
Guthrie, William, joiner, Oswald terrace, George street
Guthrie, William, late engineer, Allison place, Allison street
Guthrig, Capt. William, Green street
NEWTON AST) WALLACETOWN. 73

HAIK, John (of Hair & Clark, joiners), Weaver street—shop,


131 High street, Ayr
Hall, Alexander, earter, Peebles street
Hall, James, carter, Peebles street
Hall, Matthew, shoemaker, Peebles street
Hall, Charles, weaver, Allison street
Hall, Rodger, weaver, Russell street
Hall, John, fireman, Peebles street
Hall, Miss, embroideress, Allison street
Hamilton, William, draper, Greenbank Cottage, Newton-
' head—shop, 32 New Bridge street, Ayr
Hamilton, Matthew, water inspector, Chapel brae
HamiltoD, William, coach painter, Content street
Hamilton, William, iron moulder, Allison street
Hamilton, William, fisher, Main street
Hamilton, Miss, Gordon Cottage, Content street
Hamilton, Mrs Andrew, Green street
Hamilton, Robert, spirit dealer, Greenbank Cottage, New-
tonhead— shop, 2 Harbour street, Ayr
Hamilton, John, fish agent, Clune street
Hamilton, Peter, York street
Hamilton, Alexander, weaver, York lane
Hamilton, Walter, engineer, Russell street
Hamilton, James, gardener, Content street
Hamilton, Andrew, joiner, Content street
Hamilton, John, police constable, Allison street
Hanley, Joseph, tobacco pipe manufacturer, Main street
Hannah, James, ship steward, Clune street
Hannah, William, mason, Main street
Hannah, Jane, grocer, Green street
Hannah, Hugh, cabinetmaker, Green street
Hannah, Mrs William, Peebles street
Hart, Henry, engine fitter, North quay
Harvie, James, smith, Allison street
Hastings, William, grocer, Cross street
Hay, David, carpet weaver, Main street
Hay, James, shoemaker, George street
Hendrie, James, joiner, George street
Hendrie, William, joiner, Content street
Hendrie, James, carter, Main street
Hendrie, John, carter, Kilmarnock street
Henderson, James, sexton for Wallacetown Cemetery, James
street
74 DIRECTORY.

Herbert, Robert, joiner, Content street


Hewitson, William, shopman, Gordon terrace, Content
street
Highet, James, late ironmonger, Seaview, Newtonhead
Hill, William, sub-inspector of poor and collector of poor as-
sessment, Wallacetown—office, Cross street—hoiase, John
street
Hill, James, brass finisher, Olnne street
Hogg, Matthew, grocer, Gordon terrace—shop, 130 High
street, Ayr
Hood, John, fireman, Elba street
Hood, David, flesher, Garden street
Hood, William, weaver, Hall's vennal
Hood, James, vanman, George street
Houston, James, teacher, Newton Free Church School—
house, Green street
Houston, William, engine driver, and spirit dealer, Main
street
Howat, Robert, dairyman, Cross street
Hunter, Mrs John, John street
Hunter, William, ship carpenter, New road
Hunter, Allan, surfaceman, Main street
Hunter, Daniel, cow feeder, Main street
Hunter. David, late ship carpenter, Green street
Hunter, James, joiner, Main street
Hunter, Matthew, joiner, Peebles street
Hunter, William, smith, Clune street
Hunter, James, ship carpenter, Weaver street
Hunter, Mrs John, Main street
Hunter, John, woollen manufacturer, Lymond's wynd
Hunter, Matthew, carter, Weaver street
Hunter, William, freeman, Clune street
Hunter, Robert, Wallaeetown Foundry—house, Peebles
street
Hunter, Adam, railway guard, Gordon terrace, Content street
Hutcheon, John, woollen manufacturer, Church street
Hutchison, Miss, John street
Hutchison, Alexander, mason, Church street
Hyland, Thomas, & Co., starch and gum manufacturers,
River street
Hyndman, Mrs, lady's nurse, Main street
Hyslop, John, van driver, River street
Hyslop, John, shopman, Garden street
NEWTON AND WALLACETOWN. 75

Hyslop, William, millwright, Peebles street


Hyslop, William, weaver, Elba street
Hyslop, Mrs, grocer, George street
Hyslop Alexander, weaver, Queen street

Ingram, William (of Ingram & Son), Seaview, Newtonhead—


shop, 106 High street, Ayr
Innes, George, grocer and spirit dealer, Main street

JACKSON", William, mason, Content street


Jamie, William, weaver's agent, Church street
Jamie, Matthew, manufacturer, Church street
Jamieson, William & James, woollen manufacturers and
drapers, Lymond's wynd
Jamieson, Archibald, Oswald terrace, George.street
Jones, Robert, slater and glazier, Main street
Jones, James, spirit dealer, Main street
Jones, Thomas, slater, Main street
Johnston, James, mason, Clune street
Johnston, John, slater, Gordon terrace, Content street
Johnston, James, shoemaker, Queen street
Johnston, Mrs John, New road
Justice, William, shoemaker, Weaver street

KAY, William, cabinetmaker, Allison street


Kay, John, joiner, Pleasant view, George street
Kelly, James, bugler, George street
Kelly, John, pointsman, Russell street
Kelly, George, baker, Main street
Kelly, Niven, victualler, Cross street
Kennedy, Gilbert, fireman, Sea lane
Kennedy, Peter, fireman, Weaver street
Kennedy, Adam, iron moulder, Hall's vennal
Kenyan, James, shopman, New road
Kerr, Robert, surfaceman, head of Peebles street
Kerr, Captain Malcolm, Green street
Kerr, Archibald, engine driver, Weaver street
Kerr, Mrs Thomas, coal depot, Weaver street
Kerr, Archibald, blacksmith, Saltfield lane
Kerr, Miss, dressmaker, Main street
Kevan, John, fruit merchant, Clune street—shop, 2 | Old
Bridge street, Ayr
76 DIRBCTORY.

Kilgour, William, joiner, Cross street


Kilgour, James, joiner, Boghall row
Kiknurray, Jas., staff sergeant, Pleasantview, George street
King, Thomas, mason, Boghall row-
King, James, machine worker, York lane
King, Miss, Albert terrace
Kirk, William, Temperance Hotel, Darlington road
Kirkland, Miss, New road, Newtonhead

LAFFERTY, William, railway guard, George street


Lamb, Andrew, joiner, Kilmarnock street
Lamb, Andrew, joiner, Peebles street
Lamb, James, slater, Garden street
Lambie, David, railway carter, Gooda Station, Darlington
road
Lambie, David, shoemaker, George street
Landies, Daniel, corkcutter, Damside
Lang, James, plumber, Green street
Lang, John, engine keeper, Allison street
Lauchlan, John, blockmaker, Albert terrace
Law, Misses, Green street
Law, William, Newton officer, Main street
Lawson, Mrs, Newton terrace
Lawson, Robert, plasterer, Church street
Lawson, Andrew, carter, Peebles street
Lawson, Adam, engine driver, New road, Newtonhead
Lawson, Adam, carter, Peebles street
Lawson, William, weaver, New road, Newtonhead
Leckie, William, carpet weaver, Content street
Lennan, Mrs William, Garden street
Liddell, James, manager, Starch and Gum Mill, John street
Ligget, James, plasterer, Elba street
Lighthouse, North quay, George Milligan, keeper
Limond, Charles, florist, Content street
Limond, Charles, shoemaker, Boghall row
Lochhead, Alexander, Wheatsheaf Inn, John street
Logan, Peter, shoemaker, Wallace street
Logan, Robert, grocer and spirit dealer, Gordon place—
house, George street
Logan, Captain William, North quay
Loudon, David, mason, Robertsoa place, George street
Loudon, Adam, mason, Peebles street
NEWTON AND WALLACETOWN. 77

Lore, Robert, railway guard, Boghall row


Lucas, Alexander, sawyer, Green street
Lumsden, James, staff sergeant, Churoh street
Lymburn, James, grocer, Main street
Lymburn, William, Express Office—house, Main street
Lyon, David Murray, werseer, Advertiser Offloe — house,
Dalhousie cottage, Green street
Lyon, Capt. John, grocer, North quay
MAOKIB, James, millwright, Green street
Mackie, John, cabinetmaker, Church street
Main, Capt. Alexander, Allison street
Main, Daniel, fisher, York street
Main, Peter, sailmaker and rigger, York street
Mair, James, grain-dealer, Wallace street
Marr, James, railway guard, Peebles street
Malcolm, "William, moulder, Elba street
Marshal, John, mason, Main street
Marshall, James, mason, Eussell street
Marshall, David, mason, Peebles street
Marshall, William, engine-driver, New road
Martin, Andrew, baker, Gordon place
Martin, William, shoemaker, George street
Martin, Andrew, Newton Parish Church officer, Main street
Martin, Mrs Robert, portioner, Main street
Martin, John, teacher, Greenbank terrace, Newtonhead
Martin, William, fireman. York street
Martin, John, Newton sexton, Peebles street
Mason, John, staff sergeant, Queen street
Meikle, John (of Ferguson & Co., slatera)—house, River
terrace
Meikle, J. & D., joiners, Old Bridge end—house, River terrace
Meikle, William, spirit-dealer, Main street
Mercer, John, engine-driver, Peebles street
Mills, James, joiner, Gordon terrace
Mills, Robert, carter, Cross street
Mills, James, carter, Main street
Mills, David, coal agent, River terrace
Miller, William, bugler, Hall's vennal
Miller, James, greengrocer, Main street—shop, 153 High
street, Ayr
Miller, Charles, carter, Green street lane
Miller, William, joiner, Lymond's wynd
78 DIRECTORY.

Miller, Robert, boot and shoemaker, Daisybank cottage,


John street—shop, 7 Newmarket street. Ayr
Miller, Rev. John, Newton Free Church Manse, Prestwiek
road
Milligan, James, New road
Milligan, George, keeper of the North Quay Lighthouse
Milliken, John, brewer, Church street
Milliken, Thomas, mason, Church street .
Milroy, Bbenezer, ship carpenter, York street
Mitchell, Samuel, York lane
Mitchell, James, staff sergeant, York street
Mitchell, Robert, coach trimmer, Church street
Mitchell, Walter, flesher and ham curer, Main street
Mitchell, John, tea dealer, Peebles street
Mitchell, John, joiner, Allison place, Allison street—workshop,
Wallace street
Mitchell, Sergt. Hugh, substitute letter carrier, Wallace st.
Moffat, John, joiner, Weaver street
Montgomerie, Robert, Mason Arms Inn, Wallace street
Montgomerie, Hugh, grocer, George street
Monachan, George, circular sawyer, York street
Moir, John, pressman, Newton terrace
Moor, Samuel, boilermaker, Allison place, Allison street
Moor, Henry, tailor, Church street
Moore, Mrs John, New road
Moore, Misses, New road, Newtonhead
Morgan, Arthur, reporter, Observer Office—house, John street
Morrison, John, shoemaker, Boghall row — shop, 3 Old
Bridge street
Morrison. Thomas C , manufacturing chemist, Burnside
Chemical Works—house, Thymetield villa, Prestwick
Morrison, Angus, post-messenger to Lochfergus, Main street
Morrison, James, fisher, Peebles street
Morrison, John, fisher, Peebles street
Morrison, Mrs, Garden street
Morton, Win., upholsterer, John street
Morton, Wm., weaver, Peebles street
Morton, Wm., coach-painter, Content street
Morton, Adam, blacksmith, Chaple brae
Mnir, Wm., coachman, Boghall row
Muir, Andrew, painter, head of Cross street
Muir, James, clerk, John street
Muir, James, York street lane
KEWTOK AND WALLACETOWN. 79

Muir, Capt. Charles, Green street


Muir, James, railway carter, George street
Muir, John, Newton terrace
Muirhead, John, prison warder, Olune street
Murchie, John, slater and glazier, George street
Murdoch, Francis, cowfeeder, York lane
Murdoch, James, wheel wright, Content street
Murdoch, Wm., watch and clock maker, Main street
Murdoch, David, woollen weaver, Content street
Murdoch, Win., sergeant, Content street
Murdoch, John, sawyer, Main street
Murphy, Mrs, pawnbroker, River street
Murphy, Alexander, upholsterer, Content street
Murray, Robert P., compositor, Green street
Murray, Hugh, compositor, Main street
Murray, Sergeant James, Queen street
MCATOY, Francis, slater, Elba street
McBlane, Alexander, joiner, Queen street
McBlane, Alexander, grocer, Main street
McBride, Hugh, grocer and spirit dealer, Content street
McBride, Peter, smith, Darnside
McCaig, Mrs John, Elba street
McCall, Alexander, flcsher, Hall's vennal—shop, Main street
McCall, Hugh, spirit dealer, North quay
McCall, Robert, pressman, Green street
McCall, Peter, cowfeeder, Content street
McOall, Frances, shoemaker, Elba street
McCall, Charles, spirit dealer, George street—shop, Kirk
Port, Ayr
McCallum, George, boot and shoemaker, Cross street—shop,
188 High street, Ayr
McCallum, Mrs, Newton terrace
McCallum, Miss, fruiterer, Gordon place
McCallum, James, Green street
McCallum, Robert, grocer, George street
McCallum, Robert, flesher, Gordon place
McCallum, William, weaver, Peebles street
McCalpine, John, railway servant, Railway Station, Darling-
ton road
McCamley, Peter, photographer, Garden street
McCamley, William, rag merchant, River street
MoCammond William, grocer, Oswald terraee, George street
80 DIRECTORY.

McCartney, John, cabinetmaker, Garden street


McCartney, Arthur, rag merchant, Cross street
McGlatchie, John, boot and shoemaker, leather cutter, &c,
Gordon place
McCleary, John, mason, Green street
McClelland, William, grocer, George street
McClelland, Joseph, cowfeeder, York street
McClymont, James, grocer, Main street
McColm, Wm., shipping agent, North quay—house, Newton-
head Villa, New road
McColm, Thomas, blacksmith, York street
McConnell, Thomas, joiner, Main street
McConnell, John, gate keeper, Vulcan Foundry, Newton
green
McConnell, John, mason, Allison place, Allison street
McConnell, William, provision merchant, Gordon place—
house, Gordon cottage
McConnell, John, grocer, Main street—house, 229 High
street, Ayr
McConnell, James, cabinetmaker, George street
McConnell, James, shoemaker, Allison street
McConnell, Joseph, engineer, Gordon terrace
McConnell, Thomas, cabinetmaker, New road
McCormick, David, mason, Clune street
McCracken, Thomas, carter, head of Peebles street
McCrae, Hugh, boilermaker, Clune street
McCrae, William, carpet weaver, Clune street
McCrae, James, moulder, Main street
McCreadie, Anthony, smith, Main street
McCreadie, Thomas, maaon, Peebles street
McCreadie, John, lath splitter, Boghall cottage
McCreadie, Anthony, shoemaker, York street
McCrindle, Mrs John, Lymond's wynd
McCrindle, James, staff sergeant, Clune's vennal
McCrindle, Capt. Adam H., North quay
McCrorie, John, Newtonhead Saw Mills—house, Waggon
road
M'Crorie, John, Newtonhead Saw-Mills—house, Sunnyside
Cottage, Allison street
McCrorie, Charles, shopman, Allison street
McCrorie, George, spirit dealer, George street
McCulloch, David, baker, Russell street
McCulloch, Mrs, grocer, Main street
NEWTOS AHD WALLACETOWN. 81

McCulloeh. Mrs, dressmaker, York lane


McDerment, Francis, sawyer, York street
McDonald, Mrs John, Peebles street
McDonald, James, seaman, Peebles street
McDonald, John, iron dresser, York street
McDonald, Charles, greengrocer, George street
McDougald, Malcolm, salesman, Chapel brae
McDowall, James, superintendent Burnside Chemical Works
McDowall, Miss Ann, grocer, George street
McEwan, James, seaman, New road
McFadzean, Mrs William, Main street
McFftd«aan, Alexander, shoemaker, Cross street
McFadzean, Miss Catherine, Gordon terrace
McFadzean, David, carrier, Main street
McFeat, John, salesman, Hunter's place, Newtonhead
McFedris, William, engineer, Russell street
McFedris, John, carter, George street
McFee, William, spirit dealer, George street
McFee, Mrs Wm., grocer, North quay
McFee, John, ship chandlar, North quay
McFee, James, sawyer, North quay
M'Geachin, John, builder, 16 Content street
McGeachie, Peter, clerk, Ayr Chemical and Manure Works
MoGeachie, Mrs, Hall's vennal
McGeachin, Miss, straw hat maker, Content street
McGill, William, joiner, Craigie terrace, John, street
McGill, James, weaver, George street
McGregor, Alexander, carpet weaver, Green street
McGregor, Adam, baker, Main street
McGuire, Peter, York street
McHarg, William, tailor, Allison street
McHutcheon, Mrs Agnes, spirit dealer, Main street
McHutcheon, John, carpet weaver, Main street
Mclldowie, Rev. John (E.U. Church), Church street
Mclldowie, Mrs, groeer, Church street
Mcllwraith, John, joiner, Main street
Mcllwraith, James, carter, Main street
Mcllwraith, Mrs Thomas, portioner, Russell street
Mcllwraith, J. S., architect and surveyor, Gordon terrace
Mellwrath, John, plumber, slater, and glazier, Content
House—shop, 114 High street, Ayr
Mclntosh, James, carpet weaver, Main street
Mclntosh, Alexander, carpet weaver, Main street
82 DIRECTORY.

M'Intyre, Mrs, pawnbroker, River street—house, John street


McJaunet, Robert, draper, Newton terrace—shop, 21 Sand-
gate street, Ayr
M'Kean, John, boot closer, Elba street
McKechnie, Daniel, rope and sail maker, Newtonhead Rope
"Works, head of Allison street—house, New road, New-
tonhead
McKechnie, John, Elba street
McKelvie, Robert, slater, James street
McKelvie, Archibald, vegetable merchant, Main street
McKenzie, Lewis, shoemaker, Content street
McKenzie, Alexander, sawyer, Saltiield House
McKie, John, mason, New road
McKill, William, upholsterer, Main street
McKill, William, John street—furniture sale-rooms, Queen's
Head, 70 High street, Ayr
McKill, Robert, cabinetmaker, Kilmarnock street
McKinlay, Joseph, engineer, Content street
McKianon, James, tea merchant, Wallace street—shop, 104
High street, Ayr
McKinnon, Archibald, joiner, Garden street
McKissock, Gilbert, bookbinder, Weaver street
McKissock, Andrew, sen., mason, Main street
McKissock, Andrew, mason, Russell street
McKissock, George, mason, Saltiield lane
McKnight, James, joiner, Oswald terrace, George street
McLauchlan, William, seaman, Elba street
McLean, Alexander, shirt manufacturer, John street
McLean, James, engineer, New road
McLean, Henry, weaver, Allison street
McLean, Miss, sewing agent, Main street
McLeod, Bryce, smith, John street
McMaster, Mrs Robert, York street
McMath, Alexander, police inspector, Oawald terrace, George
street
McMeaken, Alexander, engine driver, Newtonhead
McMichael, John, Green street
McMillan, John, portioner, Cross street
McMillan, Alexander, engineer, Peebles street
McMillan, Thomas, smith, Peebles street
McMillan, Patrick, plasterer, River street
McMillan, Robert, seaman, Allison street
McMillan, Robert, pointsman, Newton Lodge
NEWTON AND WALLACETOWN. S3

McMinn, William, cashier, George street


McMorran, George, cabinetmaker, George street
McMurray, David, millwright, Green street
McMurtrie, Alexander, tailor, Peebles street
McMurtrie, John, watshmaker, Gordon terrace, Content street
McNeil, James, salesman, Russell street
McNeil, James, ship carpenter, North quay
McNab, Bobert, storeman, Ayr Chemical and Manure Works
McNinch, William, coal agent, George street
McNinoh, Neil, Gross street
MeNinch, Neil, carpet weaver, Hill View place, Elba street;
McPherson, John, fisher, Hall's vennal
McQuaker, David, smith, Peebles street
McQuaker, John, grocer and spirit dealer, Green street
McQuater, Andrew, cabinetmaker, George street
MeQuater, Andrew, van driver, George street
McQuiston, John, cowfeeder, Old Bridge end
McRae, John, teacher, Newton Academy, Green street
McRae, Miss, New road
McRae, Wm, agent for the Scottish Legal Society, Elba street
McTurk, John, carter, York street
Me Vicar, William, joiner, Green street
Me Walter, John, engineer, Green street
McWbinnie, David, carpet weaver. Main street
McWhinnie, Alexander, weaver, New road, Newtonhead
MoWhinnie, Miss, dressmaker, Main street
McWhinnie, William, weaver, New road, Newtonhead
McWhirter, Misses, grocers, Wallace street
McWhirter, James, policeman, Garden street
NAPIER, Peter G., letter carrier, Content street
Neigle, Patrick, staff sergeant, Russell street
Neil, Alexander, weaver, Boghall row
Neil, James, cabinetmaker, Main street
Neil, Miss, Jessie, milliner, Main street
Neil, Miss Jane, staymaker, Blain street
Neil, James, engine driver, Peebles street
Neil, William, blacksmith, Cross street
Neil, Francis, cabinetmaker, Kilmamock street—shop, 121
High street, Ayr
Nestor, John, coachman, Garden street
Newton Academy (John M'Rae, teacher), Green street
Newton Free Church School (J. Houston, teacher), Main st.
a
84: DIRECTORY.

Library, Newton Council Booms, Main street..


Jiicol, James, seaman, Saltfield house
Nicol, David, joiner, James street
Nisbet, Andrew, spirit dealer, Main street
Nisbet, Andrew, engine driver, Green street lane
Nisbet, William, teacher, Hew road, Newtonbead
Niven, John, spirit dealer, Main street
Norris, William, seaman, George street
O'BRIBS, George, grocer, Elba street
Ochiltree, John, joiner, Gordon terrace
Ogg, William, cutter, Eiver terrace -.
Orr, Hugh, Main street
Osborne, Hugh, road contractor, Queen street
Osborne, James, road contractor, Queen street
Oswald, Richard A., Auehencruive House, St Quivox
Oswald, Mrs, David, Cross street
Oswald, John, shoemaker, Cross street
PALMEB. George, ship carpenter, York street
Park, Thomas, bookfinisher, Main street
Park, Mias, sewing agent, John street
Park, Mrs Hugh, Peebles street
Parker, Mra John, Newton terrace
Parker, James, mason, Content street
Paterson, Adam, carter, Peebles street v
Paterson, George, Virginia place, Newtonhead
Paterson, David, Virginia place, Newtonhead
Paterson, Robert, carpet weaver, Content street
Paterson, William, draper, Oswald terrace, George street
Paterson, Mra Walter, Content street
Paterson, Miss A., China merchant, George street
Paterson, Robert, joiner, Hall's vennal
Paterson, John, grocer, Chaplebrae—shop, 185 High street,
Ayr
Patrick, William, joiner, Green street
Patrick, Mrs William, New road, Newtonhead
Payne, Joseph, blocknaaker, York street
Phillips, Nathaniel, boos deliverer, George street
Picken, David, ship carpenter, Clune's vennel, Main street
Pollock, Thmuas, shoemaker, Sea View, Newtonhead
Pratt, Joseph, staff-sergeant, Content street
Purdie, Mrs Samuel, Peebles street
KEWTON AND WALLACETOWN. 85

Purvia, Mrs, sick nurse, Peebles street


Pyper, Collin, railway porter, Bail way station, Darlington road
RAK, David, seaman, Hall's vennal
Rae, James, thatcher, River street
Rae, John, thatcber, New road
Railey, Thomas, chimney sweeper, Kilmarnock street
Ramage, George, millwright, Church street
Ramsey, John, joiner, Saltfield lane
Ramsey, Mrs Hugh, Newton terraee
Rannie, Robert, engine keeper, Green street
Seaside, Allan, spirit dealer, Newton terraee
Redmond, John, joiner, Green street
Reid, Samuel, staff-sergeant, Content street
Reid, Alex., shoemaker, Main street
Reid, James, ship carpenter, Green street lane
Reid, Thomas, joiner, George street
Reid, Archibald, engineer, Garden street
Reid, Alexander, baker and grocer, New road
Rnid, Andrew, seaman, Chine street
Reid, Mrs George, York lane
Reid, Matthew, clerk, Vulcan Foundry—house, North quay
Reid, William, joiner, Green street
Reid, Adam, iron moulder, Main street
Reid, Mrs David, Russell street
Reid, Mrs Adam, grocer, Green street
Reid, David, cabinetmaker, Russell street
Reid, Mrs John, Green street
Reid, William, iron plane maker, Allison street
Reid, Mrs Elizabeth, ladies' nurse, New road, Newtonhead
Reid, John, & Son, power-loom cloth manufacturers, Russell
street
Reid, James, baker, Main street
Reid, Mrs Isaac, Seaview, Newtonhead
Reid, James, engineer, Church Place
Reid, John, carter, Main street
Reid, James, grocer, Main street
Reid, George, weaver, Weaver street
Reid, Joseph, tailor, Garden street
Reid. John, jun. (of Reid & Son), Russell street
Reid, Mrs James, Green street
Revie, Alex., pressman, Bellsley Hill, Prestwick road
R'chmond, George, fireman, Weaver street
50 DIEEOTOEY.

Rigg, Mrs, Gordon terrace


Ritson, Joim, Albert terrace
Ritchie, Matthew, gardener, Garden street
Ritchie, John, railway guard, Main street
Ritchie, Mrs Alex., Post Office, Wallace street
Ritchie, Mrs, Darlington cottage, Green street
Richmond, John, engine keeper, Green street
Ritchie, William, manufacturer, Church street—house, 18
New Bridge street, Ayr
Robb, Andrew, Main street
Robertson, John, shoemaker, George street
Robertson, Charles, flesher, Allison street
Robertson, J. C , grocer, Main street
Robertson, Thomas, engine driver, Newton terrace
Robertson, Captain James, Green street
Robertson. William, coachmaker, New road, Newtonhead
Robertson, William, coal merchant and steamboat agent,
Green street—office, 4 Harbour street, Ayr
Robertson, William, mason, Lymond's wynd
Rogers, Robert, manager, locomotive department, Virginia
place, Newtonhead
Roman Catholic School, Chapel brae
Rome, John, lath merchant, John street—shop, George street
Ross, Andrew, Rivtr street
Ross, John, shoemaker, George street
Rowand, Rev. Andrew, Wallace:own Free Church, Craigie
Cottages, John Street
Roxburgh, William, railway carter, Peebles street
Ruecastle, James, carter, Clune street
Ruecactle, John, cabinetmaker, New road—shop, 38 New-
market street, Ayr
Russell, William, engineer, Green street
Russell, Peter, staff-sergeant, George street
Russell, John, clothier, Darlington cottage, Darlington road—
shop, 11 New Bridge street, Ayr

SAMSON, John, joiner, Green street


Scott, Rev. G. J. C, Wallacetown manse,. John street
Scott, James, bugler, York street
Scott, John, storeman, Russell street
Semple, David, flesher, George street
Siiarp, Peter, weaver, Elba street
Shaw, John, shoemaker, Main street
KEWTON AND WALLACETOWN. b(

Shaw, James T., draper, Boghall row


Shaw, James, joiner, George street
Sheard, Mrs, Albert terrace
Shearer, Andrew, grain dealer, Main street
Shields, John, seaman, Wallace street
Shields, John, seaman, New road
Shinnan, James, carpet weaver, Queen street
Shipbuilding Yard, North quay, Alexander Weir
Sillara, David, dairyman, York lane
Sillars, Robert, mason, garden street
Simpson, Captain John. Green street
Sinclair, Jamps, storekeeper, Green street
Slaven, Mrs J., grocer, Kilmarnock street
Sloan, John, seaman, Allison street
Sloan, Robert, Black Bull Inn, River street
Smillie, Hugh, engine driver, Sea lane
Smillie, Archibald, engineer, Saa lane
Smith, William, iron moulder. Green street
Smith, Andrew, mason, Peebles street
Smith, Matthew, engine driver, Newtonhead
Smith, E. <fc A. dressmakers, George street
Smith, Mrs James, Scripture reader, Allison street
Smith, J. G., shipping clerk, Ayr Colliery—house, River
street
Smith, David, slater, Main street
Smith, William, iron moulder, York lane
Smith, George, coal agent, and agent for Hurlford Fire-Clay
Works—office, foot of Main street—house, do.
Smith, William, grocer and spirit-dealer, Cross street
Smith, Adam, weaver, Russell street
Smith, Robert, draper, John street—shop, 2 High street, Ayr
Smith, James, draper, 6 Craigie terrace—shop, 58 High street,
Ayr
Smith, Alexander, Custom House, out door officer, Clune
street
Smith, Alexander, mason, Russell street
Smith, Archibald, weaver, Kilmarnock street
Smith, Elizabeth, washerwoman, Allison street
Smith, John, maltster and brewer, 7 Craigie terraca, John
street—brewery, Garden street—ale cellars, 40 High
street, Ayr
Smith, James, weaver, Elba street
Smith, John, grocer and spirit dealer, Allison street
88 DIRECTORY.

Smith, Mrs Peter, Sea View, Newtonhead


Smith, William, harbour officer, Clune street
Smith, Elizabeth, Content street
Smith, William, sergeant-major, A.Y.C., Woodbine Cottage,
Church street
Smith, Samuel, shoemaker, Russell street
Sommerville, John, smith, Green street
Sommerville, Andrew, tailor, George street
Spence, Peter, engine driver, Main street
Spencer, William, merchant, Oross street—house, Spring
Park, Dalblair road
Spiers, Stewart, iron plane maker, River street—house, John
street
Spiers, William, cabinetmaker, George street
Steel, Andrew, grocer, New road, Newtonhsad
Steel, Thomas, manufacturer, Green street ane
Steen, William, boiler maker, Allison street
Stevenson, Thomas, smith, New road
Stewart, John, seaman, Saltfield House
Stewart, John, John street
Stewart, Hugh, gardener, George street
Stewart, William, master pilot, Green street
Stewart, John, joiner, Oswald terrace, Gejrge street
Stewart, William, painter, Main street
Stewart, Frederick, staff sergeant, Robertson place, George
street
Stewart, James, baker, Main street
Stewart, Charles, cabinetmaker, Content street
Stewart, Mrs Antony, portioner, Damside
Stewart, David, cab driver, George street
Stewart, Mrs James, Greenbank terrace, Newtonhead
Strachan, Alexander, carver and gilder, Content street
Strathern, Alexander, engineer, Taylor street
Stroyan, Samuel, shipping agent, North quay
Sutherland, Edward, lather, Content street
Svm, William (of Sym & Murray), Albert terrace

TAIT, John, book canvassar, George street


Tannock, Thomas, shoemaker, Elba street
Taylor, David, fisher, Hall's veDnal
Taylor, George, York street lane
Taylor, James, upholsterer, George street
Taylor, Alexander, tailor, Main street—house, New oad
NEWTON AND WALLACETOWN. 89

Taylor, James, smith, River street


Taylor, John, fireman, Allison street
Taylor, Mrs Thomas, washer and dresser, Peebles street
Taylor, William, iron moulder, Main street
Taylor, James, grocer and spirit dealer, Wallace street
Thompson, Rev. Edward Litton, the Manse, Newiorthead
Thomson, John, mason, foot of Wallace street
Thomson, Hugh, shoemaker, Elba street
Thomson, Archibald, cabinetmaker, Gordon place
Thomson, John, plumber, New road
Thomson, James, cabinetmaker, Oswald terrace, George street
Thomson, James, builder, Church street
Thomson, Mrs Alexander, Saltfield lane
Thomson, Charles, late farmer, Viewfield, Newtonhead
Thomson, William, flesher, Main street
Thomson, David, railway guard, Content street
Thomson, Robert, mastsr o£ Dredge boat, Green street
Thomson, Mrs John, Content cottage
Todd, Miss Mary, New road, Newtonhead
Turner, Andrew, ironmonger, Craigie terraee, John street—shop,
Macneille buildings, Ayr
Tuton, J. & W., bakers and spirit dealers, George street

TJEB, William, Ayr foundry, Green street


Ure, Alexander, Green street
Ure, William, smith and bellhanger, Allison Street—siiop, 17
High street, Ayr
TJre, James, smith, Green street
VASS, Mrs William, utaymaker, New road
Vass, William, letter carrier, Russell street
Vass, William, late carpenter, Green street
Vass, John, baker, Wallace street
Vass, Andrew, late letter carrier, "Sew road, Newtonhead

WACSTAFF, James, grocer, Poiathouse, New road


Wallace, Misses, Gordon terrace
Wallace, Alexander, compositor, Green street lane
Wallace, Samuel, storeman, Allisoa street
Wallace, Miss, dressmaker, Main street
Wallaee, Robert, salesman, Green street
Walker, Bobert, warder, Boghall row
Walker, Alexander, clerk, Craigie terrace, Jehu street
Walker, William, mason, Weaver street
Walker, William, jun., mason, Main gtreei;
90 DIRECTORY.

Walker, James, ironmonlder, Russell street


Walker, James, mason, Waggon road, JN ewtonhead
Walker, Thomas, carter, Kilmarnock street
Walker, Thomas, storeman, James street
Wason, David, weaver, Cross street
Watson, Robert, mason, Peebles stre«t
Watson, David, carter, Peebles street
Watson, John, carter, Sea lane, Newtonheac!
Watson, David, mason, Church street
Watson, Mrs K., spirit dealer, Main street
Watson. Robert, lath splitter, Queen street
W atson, Mathew, carpet wearer, George street
Watson, Joseph, hair-dresser and cutler, Wallace street
Weir, Alexander, manure and chemical "works, Prestwiek road—
house, Falkland House
Weir, Robert, weaver, Russell street
Welsh, Archibald, cabinetmaker, York street
Wharrie, Dayid, smith, Queen street
White, Daniel, mason, Main street
White, James, weaver, Russell street
White, Robert, joiner, Main street
Whytock, Jame3, blacksmith, Wallace street
Wight, Hugh, engineer, lsTew road
Wight, Robert, shoemaker, George street
Wilkinson, John, weaver, Queen street
Williamson, James, engine driver, Russell street
Wi'son, William, dairyman, Elba street
Wilson, David, railway porter, Main street
Wilson, Mrs Andrew, Green street
Wilson, Samuel, engineer, New read
Wilson, Miss, washer and dresser, York street
Wilson, Allan, mason, George street
Wilson, James, railway guard, Peebles street
Wilson, David, ironmoulder, Chapel brae
Wilson, David, engine driver, New road, Newtonhead
Wilson, James, warder, Allison street
Wilson, Mrs John, grocer, George street
Wilson, John, cab driver, Church street
Wilson, Robert, tailor, Main street
Wilson, David, painter, Main street
Wilson, Mungo, goods agent, Railway statioa, Darlington road
Wilson, Robert, iron moulder, York lane
Wilson, David, smith, Green street
Wilson, David, engineer, John street
Winchester, Alexander, ship carpenter, Saltfield Honse
Witherspoon, Miss Margaret, feuar, John street
XEWTOX AND WALLACETCWJ,7. 91

Witherspoon, John, missionary to the blind, Church street


Withers, George, painter, George street
Wood, Robert, renovator, and dyer. Main street
Wood, William, Woodfield, Prestwiok road
Wood, Hugh, hatter, Greenbank terrace, New road Newtonhead
—shop, 27 High street, Ayr
Wood, James D., tailor and clothier, Eussell street—shop, 19
Newmarket street, Ayr
Woodside, Hugh, grocer, George street
Wyllie, Andrew, mason, Green street
Wyllie, Archibald, fireman, Green street lane
Wyllie, George, Peebles street
Wyllie, Hugh, Oswald terrace, George street
Wyllie, James, carter, Green street
Wyllie, Miss Margaret, dressmaker, New road
Wyllie, Matthew, engine cleaner, Peebles street
Wyllie, William, fisher, Clune street

YOUNG, Alexander, feuar, Pleasant view, George street


Young, Alexander, weaver, Russell street
Young, Andrew, engineer, Green street
Young, David B., brewer and spirit dealer, Main street
Young, Hugh, Church street
Young, James, cashier, Advtrtiser Office — house, Greenbank
terrace, Newtonhead
Ysung, James, Green street
Young, J. &T., Vulcan Foundry, Newton Green
Young, John (of J. & T, Young, engineers), Main street
Young, John, joiner, Green street
Young, Quintin, gatekeeper,.Railway crossing, Falkland junction
Young, Quintin, compositor, Elba street
Young, Quintin, engine driv£«", Sea lane
Young, Miss Margaret, Green street
Young, Mrs Thomas, North quay
Young, Mrs Robert, Green street
Young, Rev. Thomas, 5 Craigie terrace, John street
92 TRADES' DIRECTORY.

TRADES' DIRECTORY
FOB

AYE, NEWTON", AND WALLACETOWN.

Those marked N are Newton, and W Wallaeetown.

SEATED WATER MANUFACTURERS.


Carson, Robert, George street, W
Easdale, Andrew, 176 High, street
M'Connick, Robert, 77 High street
Sloan, John, 85 High street
AGENTS.
Adams, William, 60 High, street (Sewing Machine)
Beaton, William, Allison street (Weaving), N
Blane, William, Cross street (Weaving), W
Bryden, William, Main street (Sewing), N
Campbell, William, 11 High street (Sewing Machine)
Currie, William C, 62 Sandgate street (Coal)
Cuthbert, Mrs, Garden street (Sewing), W
Duff, Hugh, 18 Alloway street (Coal)
Dunlop, James, 36 High street (Coal)
Eaglesham, Robert, 20 Alloway street (Weaving)
Gutkrie, Archibald, 75 and 90 High, street (Sewing
Machine)
Jamie, William, Church street (Coal), W
Lauchlan, Mrs, 34 Fort street (Coal)
Mills, David, 57 Newmarket street (Coal)
AYR, SEWTON, AND WALLACETOWN. 93

M'Callum, John, 44 Sandgate street (Coal)


M'Colm, William, North quay (Shipping), N
M'Lean, Mrs H., Allison street (Sewing), X
M'Lean, Miss, Main street (Sewing), N
M'Ninch, Wm., George street (Coal), W
Park, Miss, John street (Sewing), W
Eeid, John & Co., 26 Sandgate street (House)
Eobertson, William, 4 Harbour street (Coal
Smith, George, Main street (Coal), N
Smith, James, 58 High street (Sewing Machine)
Stroyan, Samuel, North quay (Shipping), N
Welsh, Peter, Cross street (Coal), W
Wilson & Co., 15 Sandgate street (House)
Woodside, Hugh, George street (Coal), W

AUCTIONEEES AND APPEAISEES.


Dewar, Eobert, 102 High street
Dunlop, James, 36 High street
Eeid, John, & Co., 26 Sandgate street
Watson, Alexander, 108 High street
Wilson & Co., 15 Sandgate street

BAKEES.
Adam, John, 150 High street
Alexander, Eobert, Wallace street, W
Gird wood, Gavin, 182 High street
Gow, Eobert, Main street, N
Kennedy, Hugh, 105 High street
Livingston, Mrs W., 82 High street
Martin, Andrew, Gordon place, W
M'Call, Anthony, 109 High street
M'Gregor, Adam, Main street, N
M'Jannet, Hugh, 25 High street
Nicol, Mrs John, 114 High street
Riddle, Alexander, 245 High street
Sibbald, J., Cross street, W
94 TRADES' DIRECTORY.

Smith, Eobert, 8 High street


Stewart, James, Main street, N
Tuton, J. & W., George street, W
BANKS—See Index.
BEADLES.
Caddis, John, Wallacetown Established—house, Cross
street, W
Caddis, Thomas, Wallacetown Free-—house, Lymond's
wynd, W
Cairns, William, Original Secession—house, 24 New
Bridge street
Calder, John, Established—house, 8 Kirkport, High
street
Dickie, Thomas, Newton Free—house, Peebles street, N
Garland, John, St Margaret's—house, Content street, W
Guthrig, Thomas, Darlington U.P.—house, 139J High
street
Martin, Andrew, Newton Established — house, Main
street, N
M'Guire, Hugh, Cathcart Street U.P.—house, 24 New
Bridge street
Paton, James, Ayr Free—house, 22 Fort street
Taylor, Alex., New Established—house, 27 Mill street
Wilson, James, Episcopal—house, 30 Alloway street

BELL HANGERS.
Terry, J., & Son, 32 High street
Ure, William, 17 High street '
BLACKSMITHS.
Clark, Thomas, 143 High street
Hastings, Alexander, 257 High street
Keny George, 31 Kyle street
AYE, NEWTON, AND WALLACETOWH. 95

M'Crorie, George, George street, W


Paterson, William, 35 Carrick street
Taylor, James, River street, W
Terry, J., & Son, 32 High street
Ure, William, 17 High street

BILL POSTER.
Baird, Robert, 4 Old Bridge street
BOARDING SCHOOLS (LADIES).
Aitken, Miss, Wellington lodge
M'Cheyne, Misses, 13 Egiinton terrace
Macintosh, Miss, 19 Wellington square
Walker, Miss, 21 Wellington square
BONDED STORE KEEPER.
Fullarton, Alexander, 19 South quay

BOOKBINDERS.
Henry, Hugh, 35 and 37 Newmarket street
Lymburn, William, 55 and 57 Newmarket street
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS.
Chambers, William, 18 Old Bridge street
Cuthbertson, W. B., I High street
Deas, Alexander, 145 High street
Dick, W. M., 36| Sandgate street
Ferguson, Alexander, 18 High street
Henry, Hugh, 37 Newmarket street
Irvine & Son, 93 High street
Maclehose, Robert, 31 Sandgate street.
Miller, James, 61 High street
Neil, Robert, 263 High street
Wright, Thomas, 81 High street
96 TRADES' DIRECTORY.

BOOT AND SHOEMAKERS.


Adam & Son, 78 High street
Adam, Matthew, 61 Newmarket street
Armstrong, James, 96 High street
Boyd, Robert, 63 High street
Clark, Quintin, 28 High street
Crawford, Charles, 9 Old Bridge street
Cuthbert, Alexander, 22 High street
Dobbie, R., & Co., 4 High street
Miller, Robert, 7 Newmarket street
M'Callum, George, 188 High street
M'Latchie, John, Gordon place, W
Orr, Gilbert, 204 High street
Smith, Ebenezer, 199 High street
Thomson, Hugh, & Co., WiDton buildings

BRASS FOUNDERS.
Hodgson, W. F., 114 High street
King, Hamilton, 195 and 201 High street
BREWERS AND MALSTERS.
Smith, John, Cross street, W
Watson, James, 12 Mill street
Young, D, B., Main street, N
BUILDERS AND MASONS,
Hunter, Andrew, Dalblair road
M'Lauchlan & Son, Dalblair road
Sym & Murray, 13 Kyle street
Wylie & Baird, 37 Carrick street
Thomson, James, Church street, W

CABINETMAKERS AND UPHOLSTERERS.


Affleck, "William, & Son, 67 High street
Davis, Edward M., Main street
ATE, NEWTON, AND WALLACETOW1C. 97

GiWb, Allan, 74 High street


King, Alexander, 1 Sandgate street
M'Lure, G. & J., 47 Carrick street
Neil, Francis, 121 High, street
Neil, James, Main street, N
Reid, John, & Co,, 26 Sandgate street
Rewcastle, John, 38 Newmarket street
Templeton, William, 156 High street
Wilson & Co., 15 Sandgate street

CANDLEMAKERS.
Donaldson, David, 159 High street
Mills, David, Clune street, N
Paterson, A., & Son., Mill street
CARRIERS—See Index,
CARTERS.
Aitken, John, 17 Alloway street
Clydesdale, James, 8 Kyle street
Cowan, William, Hall's vennal, N
Cowan, John, Saltpans, N
Dick, David, Kilmarnock street, W
Drinnan, David, Peebles street, N
Hall, James, Peebles street, N
Hall, Alexander, Peebles street, N
Hendrie, James, Main street, N
Hendrie, John, Kilmarnock street, W
Lawson, Andrew, Peebles street, N
Love, James, Cross street, W
Mills, James, Main street, N
Miller, Walter, 186 High street
Miller, Charles, Green Street lane, N
M'Fedries, John, George street, W
M'Fadzean, David, Main street, N
M'llwraith, J., & Son, Main street, If
98 TRADES' DIRECTORY.

M'Millan, John, Cross street, W -i '


M'Turk, John, York street, N
Reid, John, Main street, N
Roy, James, 218 High street
Sloss, David, 22 Oarrick street
Watson, John, Sea lane, N
Watson, David, Sea lane, N
Wilson, John, 29 Kyle street
CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS.
Alexander, Adam, 55 High street
Anderson, W. F., 117 High street
Burns, William, 124 High street
Cook, Thomas, 87 High street
Corson, William, 207 High street
Dobbie, James, 18 New Bridge street
Dobbie, David, Gordon place, W
M'Gregor, Adam, 18 Sandgate street
Taylor, John, 2 Macneille buildings, Newmarket street
Wills, Mungo, 1 New Bridge street
CHIMNEY SWEEPERS.
M'Donald, Alexander, 11 Hope street
Reilley, Thomas, Kilmarnock street, W
Stewart, William, 201J High street
CHINA, GLASS, AND EARTHENWARE DEALERS.
Dunlop, James, 34 High street
Gray, Mary, 232| High street
Greenan, John, Wallace street, W
Hunter, Miss E., 152 High street
Lawrie, Robert, 132 High street
M'Millan, Patrick, River street, W
M'Knight <fc Co., 7 Sandgate street
Paterson, Miss A., George street, W
AYE, NEWTON AND WALLACETOWK. 9J

VLVTL ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS.


Mercer, John, 9 Sandgate street
Murdoch, John, 3 Macneille buildings, Newmarket street
M'Derment, J. I., 52 Newmarket street
COACH BUILDERS,
Crawford, John, John street, W"
Cuthill, James, Main street, N
Morton, James, 47 Sandgate street
CONFECTIONERS AND PASTRY BAKERS.
Those marked P are Fastxj :••-,- :•-.
Brown, John, 76 High street
Brown, Hugh, 40 Sandgate street
Browning, Charles, & Co., 3 and 260 High street, P
Goudie, John, 19 High street, P

COOPERS AND RIDDLEMAKERS,


Mair, William, & Son, 250 High street
Turnbuli, William, 162 High street
CORK MANUFACTURERS,
Landies, Daniel, Damside, N
Smith, William, 3 Boat vennal
Wilson, John, 98 High street
COWFEEDERS,
Blane, Miss, Hawkhill, W
Blane, William, Main street, N
Clark, Mrs, Midton cottage
Clydesdale, James, 8 Kyle street
Cowan, Andrew, Fort
Crawford, John, Peebles street, N
Cunningham, John, 46 Mill street
100 TRADES' DIRECTOBY,

Eccles, Miss, Boghall row, W


Hall, Mrs C, Peebles street, N
Hall, Alexander, Peebles street, N
Howat, Robert, Cross street, W
Hunter, Daniel, Main street, N
Miller, Walter, 186 High street
M'Call, Peter, Content street, W
M'Lelland, Joseph, York street, N
M'Murtrie, Mary, 30 Kyle street
M'Quiston, John, Eiver street, W
M'Whirter, Robert, 35 Mill street
Roy, James, 218 High street
Sillars, David, York lane, N
Smith, Mrs, 11 Fort street
Smith, Mrs J., 40 Carrick street
Smith, William, Cross street, W
Smith, William, Church street, W
Weir, James, 251 High street
Wilson, Mrs A., 16 Dalblair road
Wilson, Allan, 10 Kyle street

CAB AND CARRIAGE PROPRIETORS.


Fraser, John, Wallace street, W
Gemmell, Alexander, 225 High street
Grundy, W. B., 14 High street
Glass, Andrew, 138 High street
Lees, James, 108 High street
M'Kerrow, William, 11 Sandgate street
M'Murtrie, James, 31 Carriek street
Sloan, Robert, River street, W
Steel, John, 3 Alloway street
Walker, James, 241 High street

BERLIN-WOOL SHOPS.
Bell, M. & J., 28 Newmarket street
Gunn, Miss, 25 Sandgate street
AYB, NEWTON, AND WALLACETOWN. 101

Moore, Miss, 32 Sandgate street


Kichardson, Mrs, 4 Sandgate street
' Shaw, Mrs, 66 Sandgate street
DENTISTS.
Frew, John, 1 Albert place
Knower, C. F., 50 Sawdgate street
DKESSMAKEKS AND MILLINEES.
Bone, Miss, 64 Sandgate street
Brown, W., 50 High street
Campbell, Mrs, 38 Fullarton street
Craig, Mrs, 16 Sandgate street
Currie, Eae & Co., Ailsa Buildings, High street
Dick, Miss, 27 Mill street
Farquhar, Miss, 2 Newbridge street
Gait Miss, 10 Barns street
Guthrie, Misses, 30 New Bridge street
Hannah, Miss, 35 Kyle street
Hutchison, Misses, 134 High street
Johnston, Mrs, 5 Charlotte street
Johnston <fc Scott, 46 High street
Lambie, Misses, 59 High street
Lennox, Miss, 66 High street
Loudon, Miss, 10 Cathcart street
Mercer, Mrs, 11 Fullarton street
Miller, Mrs, 45 High street
Miller, Miss, 1 Old Bridge street
Murdoch, Miss, 130 High street
M'Caslin, Mrs, 19 Dalblair road
M'Donald, Miss, 27 Sandgate street
M'Kissock, Miss, 29 Carrick street
M'Murtrie, Misses, 131 High street
M'Murtrie, T., 22 Newbridge street
M'Skimming, Miss, 3 Academy street
Paterson, Miss, 40 Fullarton street
102 TRADES' DIRECTORY.

Peden, Miss, 3 Newbridge street


Keid, Miss, 7 High street
Rigg, Misses, 17 Fort street
Sloan, Misses, 7 1 | High street
Smith, Misses, 44 High street
Smith, R., 2 High street
Taylor, Miss, 23 Sandgate street
Young, D., 9 High street
Young, Miss, 9 Cathcart street
DRAPERS.
Brown, William, 50 High street
Brown, Robert, 12 High street
Campbell, William, 11 High street
Caw, James, 47 and 49 High street
Currie, Rae & Co., Ailsa Buildings, High street
Hamilton, William, 32 New Bridge street
Jamieson, W. & J., Lymond's wynd, W
Johnston & Scott, 46 High street
Miller, James, 100 High street
M'Murtrie, Thomas, 22 New Bridge street
M'Jannet, Robert, 21 Sandgate street
Nisbet, Thomas S., Winton Buildings, High street
Smith, George, 189 Higli street
Smith, Robert, 2 High street
Smith, James, 58 High street
Smith & Laurie, 17 Sandgate street
Wright, Campbell, & Co., 1 Harbour street
Young, David, 9 High street
DYERS.
Wallace, William, 206 High street
Wood, Robert, Main street, N
EATING HOUSES.
Harrison, Peter, 22 Old Bridge street
Gray, John, 198 High street
AYE, NEWTON, AND WALLACETOWN. 103

Wright, Mrs D., 166 High street


M'Dowall, William, 166 Higb street
Sime, Mrs, 19 New Bridge street
ENGINEERS AND IMPLEMENT MAKERS.
Gordon, David, <fc Co., Clune street, N
Taylor, J. <fe A., Townhead works
Young, J. & T., Vulcan Foundry, Newton Green
FANCY WAREHOUSES.
Jack, Thomas, 5 Newmarket street, and 38 Sandgate st
Lambie, Mrs T., 4 New Bridge street

FISH AND GAME MERCHANTS.


(Those marked F are fish only.)
Allan, Alexander, 12 New Bridge street
Glendinning & Phillips, 54 Sandgate street
Hill, P. B., 65 High street
Higgison, Thomas, 5 Hope street (F)
M'Creadie, George, 10 New Bridge street
M'Creadie, James, 42 South quay
M'Taggart, Mrs, 16 Newmarket street (F)

FISHING TACKLE MAKER.


Mitchell, Alexander, 19 Kyle street
FLESHERS.
Adam, John, & Co., 3 Newmarket street
Dick, Alex., 117 High street
Fletcher, Peter, 187 High street
Frew, John, 69 High street
Fullarton, James, George street, W
Hood, David, Garden street, W
Mitchell, Walter, Main street, N
104 TRADES' DIRECTORY.

M'Oall, Alex., Main street, N


M'Callum, Eobert, Gordon place, W
M'Nair, Henry, 22 Sandgate street
M'Queen, Charles, 242 High street
Paterson, James, 98 High street
Semple, David, George street, W
Thomson, William, Main street, N
Wales, Abraham, 18 Newmarket street
FEUITEEEES AND GEEENGEOOEES.
Borland, Eobert, Elba street, W
Cunningham, Andrew, 30 High street
Davidson, George, 49 Newmarket street
Forest, Miss, Wallace street, W
Gibb, Mrs, Main street, N
Gray, James, 57 High street
Kevan, John, 1\ Old Bridge street
Miller, James, 153 High street
Morrison, Mrs, George street, W
M'Callum, Miss, Old^Bridge end, W
M'Donald, Charles, George street, W
M'Kelvie, Archibald, Main street, N
Paton, Wm., 68 Sandgate street
Eussell, James, 177 High street
Eussell, Misses, 43 Sandgate street
Young, John, 16 Alloway street

GEAIN MEECHANTS.
Allan, John, & Co., 172 High street
Ballantine, John, 159 High street
Flint, William, 7 and 8 Harbour street
M'Jannet, HugTi, 25 High street
Steele, Thomas, 39 South quay
Watson, W. L., 17 Harbour street
Wight, William, & Co., 171 High street
Wyllie, Daniel, 215 High street
Wyllie, Hugh, 1 and 3 Fort street
AYR, KEWTON, AND WALLACETOWIf. 105

GROCERS AND SPIRIT DEALERS.


(Those marked S sell Spirits.)
Allan, James, Green street (S), N
Beck, Samuel, Green street (S), N
Brown, Matthew, 203 High street (S)
Blane, William, Cross street, W
Cameron, D. B., Green street, N
Campbell, John, George street, W
Campbell, Miss, Cross street, W
Cathcart, G. & E., 110 High street (S)
Clark, J., & Son, Wallace street, W
Co-operative Society Store, George street, W
Curdie, Robert, 23 New Bridge street (S)
Douglas, William, Content street, W
Dickson, Francis, Main street (S), N
Ferguson R., & Co., 71 High street (S)
Forest, Robert, 62 High street (S)
Fraser, Miss, Content street, W
Grant, Duncan, Main street, N
Hastings, William, Cross street, W
Hogg, Matthew, 230 High street
Hunter, John, 139 and 170 High street (S)
Hunter, James, 8 Newmarket street
Hunter, Mrs R., 252 High street
Innes, George, Main street (S), N
Kennedy, Robert, 168 High street (S)
Kennedy, Peter, 6 New Bridge street (S)
Lambie, George, & Co., 14 New Bridge street ^S)
Lockhart, Mrs A., 11 Sandgate street
Logan, Robert, Gordon place (S), W
Logan, William, 135 High street
Logan, James, 108 High street
Lymburn, James, Main street, N
Lyon John, North quay, N
Malcolm, Robert, 213 High street
Mitchell, William, Content street, W
106 TRADES' DIRECTORT.

Murray, Kobert, 248 High street


M'Bride, H. A., Content street (S), W
M'Callum, George, Cross street, W
M'Callum, Eobert, George street, W
M'Connell, William, 236 High street
M'Connell, William, Gordon place, W
M'Connell, John, Main street, N
M'Cammond, William, George street, N
M'Clelland. William, George street, W
M'Clymont, James, Main Street (S), N
O'Brien, George, Elba street, W
Oliver, James, 41 High street
Paterson, J. H., 185 High street
Eobertson, John, 28 Sandgate street (S)
[Robertson, J. C, Main street, N
Eeid, James, Main street, N
Eeid, Mrs A., Green street, N
Eeid, Alexander, New road, N
Russell, John, 174 High Street (S)
M'Quaker, John, Green street (S), N
Eutherford, G. & H., 126 High street
Smith, John, Allison Street (S), N
Smith, William, Cross' street, W
Steel, Andrew, Waggon road, N
Taylor, James, Wallace street (S), "VV
Thomson, Matthew, 12 Sandgate street (S)
Wagstaff, James, Main street, N
Wallace, Mrs W., 60 Sandgate street
Woodside, Hugh, George street, W

GUNMAKEB.
M'Cririck, James, 13 Sandgate street

HAM CUBEK.
Craig, John, 98 High street
AYR, NEWTON, AND WALLACETOWN. 107

HATTERS.
Bain, William, 31 High street
Henderson, John, 9 Kyle street
Neilson, William, 26 Carrick street
Patrick, Robert, 219 High street
Thomson, John, 42 High street
Wood, Hugh, 27 High street

HOSIERS AND BABY LINEN WAREHOUSES.


Black, William, 250J High Street
Guthrie, Archibald, 75 and 90 High street
Gray, Mrs Thomas, 11 Kyle street
Gray, Joseph, 14 Sandgate street
Motherwell, Robert, 197 High street
M'Kay, Misses, 36 Sandgate street

HOUSE FACTORS.
Bryden, William, Main street, N
Crawford, Thomas, 48 Newmarket street
M'Crindle, Robert, 11 Cathcart street
O'Brien, George, Elba street, W
Ramsay, John, 95 High street
Smith, James, 14 Newmarket street

INNS AND HOTELS.


Athole Arms Hotel, 44 Alloway street-—Mrs Hendrie
Ayr Arms Hotel, 227 High street—Henry Gordon
Ayrshire & Galloway Inn, 1 Killoch place—Miss Brown
Black Bull Inn, 212 High street—John Goudie
Black Bull Hotel, River street—Robert Sloan, W
Buck's Head Hotel, 3 Kyle street—James Hunter
Cattle Market Hotel, Alloway street—W. F. Findlay
Crown Hotel, 115 High street—Peter M'Quiston
Eglinton Arms Hotel, 3 Alloway street—John Steel
King's Arms Hotel, .14 High street—W. B. Grundy
108 TRADES' DIBECTORY.

Lome Temperance Hotel, 133| High street—John


Ramsay-
Mason's Arms Inn, 130 High street—Hugh Ferguson
Queen's Hotel, 6 Harbour street—Hugh Calder
Star Hotel, 108 High street—James Lees
Sun Inn, 241 High street—James Walker
Tarn o' Shanter Inn, 238 High street—Andrew Glass
Taylor Monument Inn, George street—Robt. Carson, "W
Temperance Hotel, 204J High street—Andrew Gilfillan
Temperance Hotel, Darlington road, N—William Kirk
Victoria Inn, 97 High street—A. M. Gray
Waverley Temperance Hotel, 8 New Bridge street—
Alexander Whyte
Wheat Sheaf Inn, John street, W—Alexander Lochhead
Whip Inn, 1 Carrick street and 179 High street—T.
M'Connell
INSURANCE AGENTS—See Index.
IRON-FOUNDERS.
Finnie & Rodger, Kyle Foundry, Townhead
Hunter, Robert, Wallacetown Foundry, Cross street, W
Ure, William, Ayr Foundry, Green street, N
Young, J. & T., Vulcan Foundry, Newton Green

IRONMONGERS.
Highet & Hunter, 113 High street
Howat, William, 116 High street
Semple, John, 73 High street [street
Turner, W. & A., 4 Macneille Buildings, Newmarket
Wilkinson & Limond, 128 High street
Winter, Robert, 133 High street
JOINERS.
Alexander & Sons, George street, W
Drinnan, J. & W., Cross street, W
AYE, NEWTON, AND WALLACETOWN. 109

Ferguson, W. & G., 84 High street


Hair & Clark, 131 High street
Kilgovr, William, Cross street, W
King, Andrew, 42 Sandgate street
King, William, 27 Carriok street
Meikle, J. & D., Old Bridge end, W
Milligan, D. & J., 37 Kyle street
Mitchell, John, Wallace street, W
M'Clure, G. & J., 5 Dalblair road
Paton, R. & W., 20 Kyle street

LATH-SPLITTER.
Rome, John, George street, W
LEATHER-CUTTERS.
Dobbie, R, & Co., 19 and 21 Hope street
Morrison, John, 3 Old Bridge street
Paterson, James, 3 Kirk port
Rowan, Michael, 190 High street
/
MANGLERS.
Cook, Mrs, Green street, N
Gribbin, Mrs, 32 Alloway street
Hastings, Miss, 38 Fullarton street
Murdoch, Miss, 15 Cathcart street
M'Morland, Mrs, 22 Mill street
Neil, Mrs, 4l Carrick street
Stewart, Mrs, New road, Newtonhead, N
MANUFACTURERS.
Hunter, John, Lymond's wynd (woollen), W
Hutcheon, John, Church street (woollen), W
Hyland, Thomas, & Co., River street (starch and gum), W
M'Lean, Alexander, John street (shirt), W
Reid, John, & Son, Russell street (woollen and wincey), W
110 TRADES' DIRECTORY.

Ritchie, William, Church street (muslin), W


Smith, George, 189 High street (woollen)
Steele, Thomas, Green street lane (muslin), N
Templeton, James, Fort street (carpets)
MILLER.
Smith, Andrew, & Son, Ayr Mills, Mill street
NURSERY AND SEEDSMEN.
Those marked S are Seedsmen only.
Davidson, George, 49 Newmarket street
Dykes, John & Son, 15 Harbour street, S
Imrie & Son, 137 High street
Inglis & Son, 42 Mill street, S
Watson, W. L., 17 Harbour street, S
Wyllie, Daniel, 215 High street, S
Young, John, 16 Alloway street

OUTFITTER.
Silver, G. H., 31 Sandgate street
PAINTERS AND PAPERHANGERS.
Cooper, John, 22 Newmarket street
Harvey & Co., 27 Newmarket street
Highet, Campbell, 44 Newmarket street
Johnston, William, 46 Sandgate street
Willock, William, 9 Newmarket street

PAPIER.
M'Lean, William, 43 Carrick street

PAWNBROKERS.
Boyle, Mrs, Cross street, W
Campbell, Mrs, 70 High street
- AYR, NEWTON AND WALLACETOWN. Ill

Crone, Mrs, 13 Old Bridge street


Murphy, Mrs, River street, W
Spencer, William, Cross street, W
PERFUMERS AND H A I R - D R E S S E R S .
(Those marked H are Hair-Dressers only.)
Allan, Mrs, 176 High street (H)
Auld, James, 6 Old Bridge street (H)
Corner, William, 20 Sandgate street
Graham, Archibald, Old Bridge-end, W (H)
Houlston, John, 208 High street (H)
Le Clair, Louis, 5 Macneille Buildings, Newmarket street
Legge, William, 52 Newmarket street
Paterson, James, 1 Mill street (H)
Watson, Joseph, Wallace street, W (H)
r

PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTISTS.
Brewster, James, 20 New Bridge street
Campbell, David, Allison street, N
Campbell's, 9 Cromwell Place, Fort
Murdoch, Hugh, 10 Beresford terrace
Reid, William, 13 High street
Walker, J. N., 45 Newmarket street

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS—See Index.


PIANOFORTE WAREHOUSES.
Nimmo, Hamilton, 23 New Bridge street
Paterson, Sons, & Co., 36 Newmarket street
Silver, George H, 31 Sandgate street
PLASTERERS.
Allan, Archibald, Main street, N
M'Millan, Patrick, River street, W
Smith, R. H., 6 Cromwell Place, Fort
112 TEADKS' DIRECTORY.

PLUMBERS.
Brash, John, & Co., 115 High street
Ferguson, James, & Co., Eiver street, "VV
Highet, William, & Son, Fort street
Hunter, Adam, 119 High street
King, Hamilton, 195 and 201 High street
Lyon, Alexander, 12 Newmarket street
M'llwrath, John, & Son, 112 and 114 High street
M'Cartney, Charles, 131 High street
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
Ferguson, James Murray, 49 Newmarket street
Ferguson, Alexander, 18 High street
Gemmell, T. M., 108 High street
Henry, Hugh, 35 and 37 Newmarket street
Love, William, 45 Newmarket street
Lymhurn, William, 55 and 57 Newmarket street
Maclehose, Robert, 2 Cathcart street
EEGISTER OFFICES FOR SERVANTS.
Baird, Mrs, 8 Kirk Port
Black, Mrs W., 25 0J High street
Brown, Hugh, 40J Sandgate street
Corner, William, 20 Sandgate street
Currie, W. C, 62 Sandgate street
Grihbon, Mrs., 32 Alloway street
Hunter, Miss E., 152 High street
Murdoch, Miss, 15 Cathcart street
M'Connell, Peter, 235 High street

REMNANT WAREHOUSE.
Meredith, Matthew, 154 High street
ROPE AND TWINE MAKERS.
Lawfeon, James, 123 High street
Rusk, Mrs James, 17 Alloway, street
AYE, NEWTON AND WALLACETOWK. US

SADDLEES.
Bone, William, Kiver street, W
Campbell, John, 15 High street
M'Kay, John, 231 High street
Spiers, John, 141 High street
Watson, Eobert, 181 High street

SAIL-MAKEES.
Cunningham, William, 64 South quay
M'Kechnie, Daniel, New road, Newtonhead, N
SCULPTOES.
Boyd, Joseph, 38 Alloway street
Douglas, James, 41 Kyle street
SEXTONS.
Cunningham, William, Ayr Cemetery, Cumnock road
Henderson, James, Wallacetown Cemetery—house, James
street, W
Martin, John, Newton Burying Ground—house, Peebles
street, N
M'Kechnie, John, Wallacetown Burying Ground—house,
Elba street, W
SHEEIFF-OFFICEES—See Index.
SHIP-BUILDEB.
Weir, Alexander, North quay
SOLICITOES—See Index.
SLATEES.
Dunlop, Andrew, 67 High street
Ferguson, James, & Co., Eiver street, W
114 TRADES' DIRECTORY.

Highet, William, & Son, Fort street


Hunter, David, 131 High street
King, Hamilton, 195 and 201 High street
Lamb, James, Garden street, W
Murchie, John, George street, W
M'llwrath, John, & Son, 112 and 114 High street
Williamson, John, 24 Newmarket street

SAW-MILLERS.
Alexander & Sons, George street, W
Gardiner, John, & Son, Green Street, lane, N
M'Crorie, John, & Son, Newtonhead, N
Paton & Sons, South quay

SCHOOL TEACHERS.
Anderson, L., writing master, Ayr Academy
Bain, George, Smith's Institution, Head of Kyle street
Bird, Miss, R.C. School, Chapel brae, W
Buchanan, George, Ayr Free Church School, Mill street
Gibson, John, Wallacetown Established Church School,
Cross street, W
Hall, George, Grammar School, Midton road
Houston, James, Newton Free Church School, Main street
Martin, John, Newton Free Church School, Weaver street
Macdonald, James, M.A., L.L.D., Ayr Academy, Fort St.
M'Rae, John, Newton Academy, Green street
Nisoet, William, Episcopal School, Fullarton street
Scott, G. R., Industrial School, 32 Carrick street
Scott, Miss, Lady Jane Hamilton's School, Charlotte street
Thomson, James, mathematical master, Ayr Academy

TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS.


Allan <fc Sime, 19 New Bridge street
Brown, James, 80 High street
Cowan, Andrew, & Son, 34 Newmarket street
AYE, NEWTON, AND WALLACETOWN. 115

Cowan, John, 17 New Bridge street


Currie, Rae, & Co., Ailsa Buildings, High, street
Farquhar, John, & Son, 49 Newmarket street
Ferguson, William, Main street, N
Gilchrist, John, 53 High street
Jones, William, 24 High street
Morrison, William, 51 Newmarket street
Murray & Aitken, 59 Newmarket street
Russell, John, 11 New Bridge street
Shearer, John, 23 Newmarket street
Taylor, Alex., Main street, N
M'Cubbin & Son, 40 Newmarket street
Vallanee, John, 8 Kirkport
Wood, J. D., 19 Newmarket street

TANNERS AND CURRIERS.


Donaldson, David, 159 High street
Macneille, John, 75 Mill street
Paterson, Andrew, & Son, Mill street
Paterson, Jamea, 50 Mill street
THATCHERS.
Rae, James, River street, W
Rae, John, New road, N
Wightman, James, Garden street, N
TINSMITHS AND GASFTTTERS.
Chambers, Robert, 12 Old Bridge street
Chambers, William, Old Bridge End, W
TOBACCONISTS.
Buchanan, John, 259 High street
Dargavel, J. & W., 6 High street
Ferguson, James, & Son, 26 New Bridge street
i
116 TBADB8' DIRECTORY. '

Henry, James, 1 Maoneille Buildings, Newmarket street


Martin, Andrew, 51 High street
Smith, James, 2 Sandgate street
TOBACCO PIPE MANUFACTURES.
Hanley, Joseph, Main street, N
TOY MERCHANTS.
Jack, Thos., 5 Newmarket street and 38 Sandgate street
Lambie, Mrs Thomas, 4 New Bridge street
UMBRELLA MAKEES.
Nicol, John, 146 High street
Young, Walter, 31 Newmarket street
VETERINARY SURGEON,
Dickie, James, 102 High street
WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELLERS.
Allan, Wallace, 91 High street
Blair, John, 26 Newmarket street
Ingram & Son, 106 High street
Mark, Matthew, 15 Newmarket street
Murdoch, William, Main street, N
Stewart, Johm, 149 High, street
Stewart, Robert, 38 High street
Templeton, Robert, 64 High street
Templeton, Mrs John, 129 High street

WINE AND SPIRIT DEALERS,


Bone, Margaret, 5 Harbour street
Boyd, Thomas, 235 High street
Brown, Mrs, River street
Carnochan, Mrs, 13 Newmarket street
AYK, XEWTON, AND WALLACETOWN. '117

Crawford, Miss C, Wallace street, W


Cuthbert, Alexander, Main street, N
Duncan, Elizabeth, 161 High street
Forgie, David, 26 Kyle street
Frazer, John, Wallace street, W
Fullarton, Alexander, North quay, N
Fullarton, Duncan, 60 South quay,
Gibson, James, Elba street, W
Graham, John, 45 Kyle street
Hamilton, Eobert, 2 Harbour street
Hannah, John, 13 New Bridge street
Houston, Eobert, 17 Hope street
Houston, Mrs William, 51 and 52 Ssuth quay
Houston, William, Main street, N
Howie, James, 56 High street
Jones, James, Main street, N
Kidd, Mrs Patrick, 20 New Bridge street
Latta, Wiliam, 25 South quay
Lithgow, James, 17 High street
Littlejohn, David D., 3 Sandgate street
Meikle, William, Main street, N
Mills, David, 209 High street
Montgomerie, Eobert, Wallace street, W
Murray, Henry, 26 and 27 South quay
M'Call, Hugh, North quay, N
M'Call, Charles, 11 Kirkport
M'Cormick, Eobert, 77 and 79 High street
M'Crorie, George, George street, W
M'Fee, William, George street, W
M'Hutcheon, Mrs, Main street, N
M'Kelvie, John, 70 and 71 South quay
M'Manus, Charles, 5 Old Bridge street
Nisbet, George, 8 Sandgate street
Nisbet, Andrew, Main street, N
Niven, John, Main street, N
Paton, John, 226 High street
Baeside, Allan, Newton terrace, N
118 TRADES' DIRECTORY.

Rowan, Michael, 190 High street


Shankland, Mrs Adam, 105 High street
Smith, William, 3 Boat vennal
Smith, William, 7 New Bridge street
Smith, William, Cross street, W
Turner, Andrew, 48 High street
Wallace, Joseph, 6 Newmarket street
Watson, Mrs Robert, Main street, N
Wilson, James, Wallace tower, High street
Young, D. B., Main street, N

WOOD MERCHANTS.
Alexander & Sons, George street, W
G-airdner, John, & Son, Green street lane, N
M'Crorie, John, & Son, Newtonhead, N
Paton & Sons, 77 South Quay
WRITERS.
Dykes, George, 9 Wellington square
Ferguson, Robert, 53 Newmarket street
M'Callum & Co., 3 Macneille Buildings, Newmarket st.
M'Cririck, Alexander, 9 Sandgate street
w. M. DICK,
LIBRARIAN, BOOKSELLER, AND STATIONER,
{Agentfor Sale of Ordnance Maps, and Geological Survey Maps; Agent for Sale of
Admiralty Charts; Agent for Milner's Fire and Thief Proof Safes,)

38 SAND GATE STREET, AYR.

W. M. D. has always on hand a large and varied Stock, specially Books suitable
for School Prizes, Bound Illustrated Books.for Presents, and all the School Books
in use. Pulpit, Family, and Church Bibles, Testaments, Church Services, Hymn
Books, Prayer Books, in great variety. The Stock of Stationery includes—

Account Books Drawing Pens Invoice Books


„ Rendered do. „ Papers Lead Pencils
Bill Books „ Books Letter Balances
Black Bordered Paper „ Pencils „' Clips
and Ejivelpes Damping Brushes Luggage Labels
Blotting Papers Drapers' Papers Leads for Pencils
„ Pads Exercise Books Mathematical instrument.
„ Cases Elastic Bands Memorandum Books
Brown Papers Envelopes Metallic Note Books
Card Boar4. Excise Inks Manuscript Music Books.
Cards—Printing Folders Music Portfolios
,, Playing Gummed Tickets Music Paper
Waste Gum Mucilage Mitchell's Pens
Copying Letter Books Gummed Paper Newspaper Bands.
,, Presses Grey Papers Oiled P/aper.
Qarbonic Paper Galon's Pens Perry's Pens
Colour Boxes Hughes' Pens Pink Tape
Colours Indexes Pen Racks
Crayons Ink—Writing & Copying Pen Holders
Clips Indiaa Pocket Books
Cartridge Paper Erasers Purses
Copying Papers, Extractors Parcrunent
Date, Cases- Stands and Glasses Pewter Inks
Dick's Pens- Indian Rubber Pocket Ledgers
[Continued. 1
ADVERTISEMENTS.

W. M. DICK'S STATIONERY (Continued).


Quills and Quill Pens Sealing Wax Wafers
Quill Nibs Sampling Paper Wafer Boxes
Rulers Thread and Twine Writing Desks
Slates Time Books West End Books
Stationery Cabinets Tissue Papers Web Drawing Paper
„ Cases Tea Papers Writing Papers—Machine
Slate Pencil Tracing Paper and Cloth and Handmade

All kinds of School Stationery, Sunday School Reward Books, Tickets,


Illuminated Cards, &c.

11IIBABT.

The LIBRARY contains a large selection of Standard Works, of general


interest, and nearly all the New Books are added as they appear. The principal
Magazines and Reviews are in circulation.

THE

LIVEEPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE


$ixt tJtwttwnwe (Sumptty,
AND

THE LIFE ASSOCIATION OF SCOTLAND,


FOR

INSURANCE AND ANNUITIES.

ROBERT FERGUSSON,
WEITER,
53 NEWMABEET STREET,
Agent at Ayr.
ADVERTISEMENTS.

LONDON AND GENERAL

2 LUDGATE HILL, LO N DON,


(Corner of St Paul's Churchyard.)

CHAIRMAN. .
W. E. WILLIAMS, Esq., F.S.A., Gresham Club.
DEPtf T Y-OH 4IRMAN.
JOHN G. BALDWIN, Esq., Stourport.

PEINCIPAL
AYR—HUGH WOOD, 27 High Street.
GLASGOW—D. FISHER, Esq., 194 West George Street.
HAMBURG—MESSRS BRAUER AND HECKSCHER.'
DUBLIN—C. F. GOODWIN, Esq., Leinster Chambers, Dame St.
MANCHESTER—J. MAY, JOT., Esq., York Street.
YORK—WM. SMITH, Esq., 18 Coney Street.
BANKERS—CITY BANK (Ludgate Hill Branch).
SOLICITORS—MESSRS DEANE AND CHUBB, Gray's Inn.
THIS Company covers the risk of all descriptions of Glass, and
offers Perfect Security to the Assured as is evidenced by
the fact that up to 31st December 1872, 25,332 Breakages
have been made gaod by the Company.
The following are amongst the principal Causes of Breakages—
Horses and Carts Shutters Falling Boys throwing Stones
Cleaning Windows Wind Opening & Closing Shops
Children Playing Burglaries Persons Slipping
Articles Falling Drunken Persons Wilful Breakages
Plate and other Glass Insured at Equitable Rates.
W. BESSAWI WILLSAHS, Secretary.

PROSPECTUSES, PROPOSALS, AND ALL -INFORMATION AS TO RATES,


TO BE OBTAINE-u OF

HUGH WOOD, Agent,


27 HIGH STREET, AYE.
ADVERTISEMENTS.

THE
NATIONAL PROVINCIAL

.'tat* & t o gwuratw*


HEAD OFFICE FOE SCOTLAND—

3 North St Andrew Street, Edinburgh.

CAPITAL, 50,000 Sterling,

COMPANY, which was Established in 1854,


INSURES PLATE GLASS of every Description.
As an inducement to carefulness on the part of the In^
sured, a Septennial return of 10 per Cent, is
made on the Gross /.mount of Premium
paid during that pericd to all those Insurers who
have had no Claims.

TJ3IM3 MODERATE,
AND

CLAIMS PUACTDALLY ATTENDED TO.


TRANSFERS TAKEN FROM OTHER OFFICES,

AGENT FOE AYE—

TOWN CHAMBERLAIN,
3 MACXEILLE BUILDINGS, ATK.
ADVFr.TISEMESTS.

ESTABLISHED 1837.

CAPITAL, ONE MILLION STERL1NC.


CHIEF OFFICE: 62 KING WILLIAM STREET, LONDON, E.G.
BRANCH OFFICES.
BIRMINGHAM, ... Temple Row "West.
BRISTOL, ... ... Drawbridge Chambers.
BLACKBURN, ... 1 Exchange Buildings.
BOLTON, ... ... 21 Mawdsley Street.
EDINBURGH, ... 2 St Andrew's Square.
GLASGOW, ... 30 Royal Exchange Square.
HULL, 4 Bowl Alley Lane.
LEEDS, ... ... 22 Bond Street.
LIVERPOOL, .:. 40 Castle Street.
,, ... 10 Exchange Street East.
MANCHESTER, ... 4 Market Place, Market Street.
NEWCASTLE, ... Grainger Street West.
SHEFFIELD, ... 10 Norfolk Street.
STIRLING, ... 17 Baker Street
With Agencies in the principal cities and toicns througJwUt the Kingdom.

PIlOaEESS OF TH3 COMPANY.


Kew Life Policies
issued Amount Assured New Life
Tear. during the,Yeai tnerehy. Premiums. Aesets.
1862 550 £129,650 £3,703 £276,693
1863 503 137,730 4.200 295,870
1864 634 184,480 5,247 209,344
1865 672 190,965 5,714 313,007
1866 788 228,08(1 6 932 314,591
1867 1019 276,695 8.220 318,440
1868 813 251,925 7.290 347,635
1869 778 296,995 10,155 363,001
1870 789 319,S96 11,494 385,063
1871 898 333 579 10,123 428,999
1872 842 341,750 11,427 475,000

Ji. G E N T.
ROBERT M'CALLUM, Town Chamberlain, Ayr.
ADVERTISEMENTS.

THE

feitpmj &f Jutland,


EDINBURGH,
I N S T I T U T E D I N1821,

Was united in 1847 with the ALLIANCE OFFICE, having


a Capital of Five Millions Sterling.

THE DIRECTORS invite attention to the following important ad-


vantages enjoyed bypersons whoare insured with this Company:
PERFECT SECURITY.—The Capital of Five Millions Sterling, and
the Personal Responsibility of upwards of a thousand Proprie-
tors, rendering this undoubted.
THE RATES OV PREMIUM are as low as the character of the Risk
admits of, and will be found as moderate as those of other
Companies.
AN IMMEDIATE AND LIBERAL SETTLEMENT OF LOSSES, on the Claim
being satisfactorily adjusted.
PERSONS DESIROUS or MAKING ASSURANCES FOR SEYEN YEARS by
one Payment, will be charged for six years only,
LOSSES OCCASIONED BY LIGHTNING will be made good.
LOSSES CAUSED BY EXPLOSION OF GAS in Buildings on which this
Company has Insurances will be paid.
BUILDIKGS ON WHICH ASSURANCES ARE PROPOSED, will be surveyed
free of expense to the Party, if required.
IMPROVEMENTS IN THE RISK of Property insured with this Com-
pany will receive all possible acknowledgments, by way of
Reduction in the Rate of Premium.
Jf 0 CHARGE made for Policies, however small the amount insured.
ANY NUMBER OF BUILDINGS AND GOODS in various Places, be-
longing to one Person, maybe Insured in one Policy, each being
separately valued.
MANAGER:

CLYDESDALE BANK, AYE,


A CE N T .
AD VEBTISEMEN TS.

THE

SCOTTISH BQCITABLB
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY.
HEAD OFFICE :
26 ST ANDREW SQUARE, EDINBURGH.
BEING a P U E E L Y MUTUAL OFFICE, the whok Profits belong to
the Members, who are, at the same time, expressly exempted
from personal responsibility.
Position and Progress of the Society.
Tho Society's position at the end of its Forty-first year, 1st
March, 1872, is as follows:—
OF POLICIES IN FORCE (on the Lives of 9244
Members), . . . . . .10,798
TOTAL SUMS ASSURED, in existence at 1st March, 1872,
including £895,139 of vested Bonus Additions, . £6,892,581
ACCUMULATED FUNDS (invested as shown in the above
'Balance-Sheet'), £1,952,711
ANNUAL INCOME, as per 'Revenue Account,' consist-
ing of—
Premiums, . . . £180,770
Interest, . . . 79,534
Assignment Fees, . . 61
£260 365
The progressive increase of the Business is exhibited in the
following Table:—
Yearending . Existing Accumulated Annual Revenue.
1st Ma ch Assurances. Funds.

1842 £1,685 067 £191,496 £61,851


1852 3.737.560 688.531 136,960
1862 5 718 006 1 394.949 203.798
1872 6,8S2,581 1,952,711 220,365

n , m. is. A Y ,
CLYDESDALE BANK,
AGENT.
ADVERTISEMENTS.

THE COUNTY
FIRE & PROVIDENT LIFE OFFICE
IS ONE OF THE
Oldest, Wealthiest, &. Cheapest in the United Kingdom.
By the last Official Return, its Increase of Business exceeded
that of every other Office in London.
ESTABLISHED 67 YEARS AGO, IT HAS NOW A CAPITAL O I NEARLY
TWO AND A-HALF MILLIONS.
WHILE the Scale Rate of the Annual Premium contrasts more
than favourably with other Offices, the BONUS ADDITIONS
are extremely liberal. Thus, in November last, a £4000 Policy
became a claim, and through Bonus Additions the sum paid was
£9,039 ; and in several of the Policies presently in force in the
Ayr Agency, the Bonuses are so large as to reduce the Annual
Premium to a mere Nominal sum of a few Shillings on the £100
insured. Such liberal Bonuses are only to be had from an OLD
ESTABLISHED and EMINENTLY SUCCESSFUL Office such
as the Provident.
The characteristic feature of the Office is that while there are
Shareholders and a responsible Directorate, nearly the whole of
the Profits are divided among the Insured. At the last Division,
out of every £100 of Profit, £96 12s Id was divided in Bonuses
amongst the Insured.
Another exceptional and most important feature is that
ANNUAL Bonuses are allowed when death occurs between two
•f the Five yearly division periods.
FIRE DEPARTMENT.
In the Fire Department the cheapness of the Annual Premium
is unsurpassed by any other Office; and yet, apart from this,
every Seventh Year the Profits of the Company are divided
amongst the Insured, which, in the Fire Department, have been
fixed at 25 per Cent., or about equal to ONE AND A-HALF
YEAR'S PREMIUM, so that every Sixth Year only about half
of the Annual Premium is called for, and every Seventh Year
there is nothing whatever to pay.
In no other Fire Office do the Insured participate in the Profits.
As showing the amount of business in the FIRE DEPART-
MENT, it may be mentioned that the amount at present insured
on FARM STOCK alone exceeds TEN MILLIONS.
Sole Agent for Ayrshire—
JAMES M'MURTRIE, SOLICITOR,' COUNTY BUILDINGS, AYE.
ADVERTISEMENTS.

THJE LONDON
GUARANTEE AND ACCIDENT COMPANY (LIMITED),
12 ST. ANDREW SQUARE, EDINBURGH,

(1) GUARANTEE D3PAHTM3OT.


BONDS are granted whereby the Company undertakes to make
good, loss sustained by reason of the fraud or dishonesty of per-
sons receiving or holding money, or securities for money, or en-
trusted with property of any kind.
The undoubted responsibility of the Company is shown by the
fact that its Guarantee Bonds are accepted in all the Departments
of Her Majesty's Government, including the Customs, Inland
Revenue, the Post Office, the Admiralty, &c. Bonds are also
accepted by other Municipal Corporations, and by various Banks
and Railways, and other large Companies throughout the United
Kingdom, India, and Australia.
The different kinds of risk have been carefully classified, and
the Company is therefore in a position to undertake the same at
the lowest possible scale of premium.
There are special terms for guaranteeing all the members of a
staff.

(2) A03IDENT DEPAHTM3NT-


The experience of Accident Insurance Companies shows that
one person in every eleven meets with an accident in the course
of the year.
ORDINARY RISKS.
A POLICY TOR =£1000, if killed, or ,£6 PER WEEK while totally
disabled, COSTS OE3 PER ANNUM.
PEE
.£500, if killed, or £ 3 WEEK while totally disabled, for
35s PER YEAR.
•3*250, if killed, or 30S PER WEEK while totally disabled, for
20s PER ANNUM.
Partial disablement may be insured for an extra yearly pay-
ment of 23 for every ,£100 assured.

AGENT FOB AYR:


JAMES M'MURTRIE, SOLICITOR.
WHOLESALE AND FAMILY

ITALIAN WAREHOUSEMEN,
3 SANDGATE STREET,
a,
329 SAIFCHIEEALL STREET,
203 NORTH STREET,
ARGYLL STREET, DTOOOH.
62 SAHDGATE STREET, AYR.
ESTABLISHED UPWARDS OF FIFTY YEARS.

(STJCC3SS0& TO J . "WILSON & SON,)

HOSIER, GLOVER, SHIRT MAKER,


LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S OUTFITTER,
AND

SCOTCH WOOLLEN HOSIERY MANUFACTURER,


7 5, 8 8 , & 9O HIGH STREET,
SLATER AID GLAZIER,
7 HIGH STREET,

HOUSE--45 HIGH STREET.


Engineers, Millwrights, Eounders,
and Boilermakers,
VULCAN FOUNDRY,
IRONFOUNDERS,
MANUFACTURERS OF CAST-IRON ROOF WINDOWS,
GOODS,

AND EVBBY DESCRIPTION OF

PUMN.

KYLE FOUNDRY, TOWNHEAD, AYR.


WILLIAM URE,
BELLHANGER,
No. 17 HIGH STREET,

BELLS, IRON RAILINGS, GATES, AND IRON FENCING


ERECTED.
LOCKS AND KITCHEN RANGES FITTED UP ON
MODERATE TERMS.
SEWING MACHINES ADJUSTED.

COB5THT ORDEEfl PU5C1TALIT 1TTE3TBED TO.


=*E13

ALEX, FERGUSSON,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, AND NEWS-AGENT,


18 HIGH STREET, AYR,
Has always on hand a large Selection of

For all occasions, and a great variety of


Books for Children and Young Persons.
, p E W , AJMD pOCKET

The Stock of STATIONERY


Will be found very complete, comprising a great
variety of Plain and Fancy Note and Letter
Papers and Envelopes, Mourning Xote
Paper and Envelopes, Folio Papers
plain and ruled, Grey and Brown
Wrapping Papers.
Ledgers, Day Boohs, & Account Books
Ruled and Bound to any Pattern.
WRITING AND COPYING INKS, PENS, &C.
ALBUMS,
DAILY & WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS
On Sale, and Delivered in any part of the Town.

T3OOKBIJ^DINQ AND

ALEX. JfEBGUSSOX. P R H I H i .
. ^penalties!
New Type! Styles! Despatch !
MODEHAIE XC E «

e) a i l ^

LU •a
3D
z
I z
H
o m
X

18 HIGH STREET, AYR,


Wi KG>i respectfully to thiink those who have so liberally
©t patronised him for the last nine years, and
takes this opportunity of publicly intimating that he is
now in a better position than formerly —from increased
variety of the newest designs in Type, and improved
Machinery—to execute future orders, while parties
may rely that the prices charged will bear favourable
comparison with the most economical Offices in Scotland.
GOLD AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING.

IN COLOURED INKS.
FESTIVAL PROGRAMMES AND HALL TICKETS.
PAMPHLETS, SOCIETY RULES, & c .
CIRCULARS, INVOICES, MEMOBAKDI-MS, &C.'

Funeral Letters and Intimations,


AT AS HOUR'S iWETCE.
THE NEWEST DESIGNS IN MEMORIAL CARDS.
AT.KX. KEUOVSSO>\
,£¥ & SON,

AY R.
Railings and Gates of every Description Made and Fitted Up in
Town or Country.
(M cfp

CORN EXCHANGE COURT, AYR,

a- rs?

AULDHOOSEBURW LIME WORKS,

SEEDS,
»M mmm^^mm
mm xmn^

IN FREESTONE OF THE MOST DURABLE QUALITIES, AND IN


POLISHED GRANITES—RED, BLUE, AND GREY.
HUGH CALDER, Proprietor.

H. C. begs moat respectfully to return his sincere thanks


for the liberal patronage which he has received since opening
the above well-known Hotel; and trusts, by strict attention to
Business, combined with Moderate Charges, to merit a con-
tinuance of that support.

JFSBOM TO FOUR O'CLOCK.

HARBOUR STREET, AYR.


THE

227 HIGH STEEET, AYR.


HENRY GORDON, Proprietor.
COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS and TOURISTS
WILL FIND EVEEY CONVENIENCE AND ATTENTION.
77 Sandgate Street, and 27 New Bridge Street,
J3L "ST JEt .

WILLIAM M'KERROW, Proprietor.


and flose f atjiiiagcs; JfJwo and 3fout;~Mhecled Bog (paijts; (jhto and ^ouij-
Edheeled Jfony Baskets; Jffociables JJoi] tf)ne otf 55wo $fot[ses : ^ijj, punting,
and paddle JjIotjSBS—all fot] $ii]e on the shoijtest notice possible, $t all bouijs.
OMNIBUSES FOR PIG-NIGS, &c, &c.
iaben in to Bait and $tand at 3iiuei]j} aj;e undetj the entitje guidance
and superintendence of §Mi\ i
g Kl a i 6 I i M ©PI

aittr i^ourntng
ADVERTISEMENTS.

DALBLAIR ROAD & CARRICK STREET


POSTING, CAB, & liYEity
DALBLAIR ROAD;
31 C A R R I C K S T R E E T ; AND
119 HIGH STREET, AYR.

JAMES M'MURTRIE
TAKES this opportunity of tendering his warmest thanks
to the Gentry and Public of AYR and Neighbourliood for
past favours, and begs to state that he has for Hire,
OMNIBUSES, LANDAU 'BUSES, LANDAUS, BROUGHAMS,
CABS, PH/EfONS, SOCIABLES, DOC CARTS,
C. CARTS, GIGS, TWO AND FOUtf- WHEELED PONY BASKETS, &C,

Hearses and Mourning Coaches with


One or Two Horsfs.

Every Attention paid to Gentlemen's Horses at Livery.


CHAItr.18 nODEItAIE.

P.S.—Orders left at Dalblair Road; 31 Carrick Street'


or 119 High Street, will receive prompt attention.
ADVERTISEMENTS.

J. & A. TAYLOR beg to direct the attention of their


friends and the Public generally to the various Machines
they have in Stock, or make to order, all of which are
made of the best Material and Workmanship.

J. & A. T. make Steam-Eitgines suitable for every


purpose—Grain Mills, Water Wheels, Saw Mills, Thrash-
ing Mills, &c; and as their Stock of Wheel and other
Patterns is extensive, they are enabled to produce Ma-
chinery for every purpose on moderate terms.

All kinds of Smith Work executed neatly.

Plans and Specifications for Buildings and Machinery


prepared with accuracy and despatch.

Ayr, 1873.
ADVERTISEMENTS.

••' ns nii

Plumber, Brassfounder, Gasfitter, & Gasa/ier


MANUFACTUEEH,

SLATER AND GLAZIER, SLATE AND LEAD MERCHANT,


Ix returning thanks for the liberal encouragement he has
received during the time he has been in business in Ayr,
begs respectfully to announce that, from the additional
Accommodation he has recently acquired, he is in a
position to execute all orders entrusted to him, in a style
which he hopes will secure for him not only a continuance,
but an extension of the support hitherto accorded him.
H. KING would particularly call attention to his pre-
sent Stock of
CRYSTAL GASALIERS AND BRACKETS,
DRAWING-ROOM, DINING-ROOM, AND PARLOUR
SASAL1BRS and BRAC23TS,
Of which he invites an inspection at his
S H O W - R O O M S ,
2O1 HIGH STREET,

Picture Rods, Desk Railings, and Mountings and Cast-


inys of every description, made to older.
ADVEBTISEMENTS.

AYR

114 HIGH STREET, AYR,


ESTABLISHED 1847.

WM. TTHODGSON,
GENERAL BRASS-FOUNDER,
AND
GAS LUSTRE MANUFACTURER,
HAS always a select Stock of the following, viz.:—

2 and 3-LIGHT GASALIERS in BRONZE, FLO-


RENTINE BRONZE, AND LACQUER;
Bronze and Lacquered Lobby Pendants, various Styles;
ORNAMENTAL BEACKETS FOE SHOP WINDOWS;
Plain Brackets for Bed-rooms;

MANTLEPIECE VASE BRACKETS FOR SITTING-ROOMS.

OLD CAS LUSTRES REBRONZED AND RELACQUERED,

A L A E G E STOCK O F
PLUMBERS' AND GAS-FITTERS' FURNISHINGS;
BRASS WORK FOR MILL WRIGHTS,
XSCIXEEBI, AltfD SH1P-BIJILDEBN,
HOUSE—WHITLETTS, NEAR AYR.
ADVERTISEMENTS.

THE

and (|M
(LATE JOHN RITCHIE,)

AYR.

China, Tea, and Breakfast Services;

CHINA AND IRONSTONE DINNER Do.;


PLAIN AND GILT TOILET SETS ;

Wine Decanters, Claret Decanters,


Water Jugs, and Goblets;
HOCK, CHAMPAGNE, CLARET, PORT, AND SHERRY
WINE GLASSES ;
DESSERT SERVICE IN CHINA AND STONE ;
Bohemian Glass Ornamental Goods in China
and Glass.

JOHN M'FEAT, Manager.


ADVERTISEMENTS.

xmk Jin
COMPANY,
LOMBARD STREET, LONDON.

ESTABLISHED 1782,
For Insuring every kind of Property,
at Home or Abroad, from Loss of
Damage by Fire.

AGENTS FOR AYR AND SURROUNDING DISTRICT:

SOLICITOR,
1 CROMWELL PLACE, AYR;

SOLICITOR,
33 HBTMARS1T SUBSET, AYE;

SOLICITOR,
U W E L L I N G T O N S Q U A R E , A Y R
BRITO1ST
Sift gssonation.
r
.. , •
HEAD OFFICE FOR SCOTLAND—••.,««
13 Queen Street, Edinburgh.
——so: 1
DIEECTOES.
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD—HENRY HOOTAT, Esq., S.S.C.,of Eldin.
Wm. N. Fraser, Esq., S.S.C., of Tornaveen.
John Turnbull, Esq., W S., of Abbey, St Bathans.
Adam Morrison, Esq., S,S.Q._, York Place, Edinburgh..
A. B. Fleming, Esq., of Hillwood, near Edinburgh.
Professor Laycock, Walter Street, Edinburgh.
David Harris, Esq , Chemical Manafacturer, Leith.
Invested Funds as at 31st December, 1872, ...£614,166 2 1
Annual Income Do. Do. .... 251.181 S 5
J S W Annual Premiums for 1872, '18,782 o 2
SPECIAL FBATURI—Policies payable during lifetime at the
Ordinary rate of Premium.

BRITANNIA FIRE ASSOCIATION.


Under the same Management, but the Funds entirely distinct
from the Life.
Capital, . ... £250,000 0 0
i Annual Premium Income, 38,807 12 • 1
Fire risks, accepted at ordinary rates, and Surveys made at the
Company's Expense.
EDWABD W. BBOWiTS, F.S.S., Secretary.
A G E N T S .
WILLIAM BOWIE, Bookseller, Sandgate Street, Ayr..
James Andrew, Solicitor, NewmarJiet Street, Ayr. -, j
William Crawford, I Bristo Place, Ardrossan.
John I. N. Blair, Grirvan.
James Wason, Inspector of Poor, Ballantrae.
Robert Brown, Inspector of Poor, Irvine.
W. A., Stewart, Eglinton Estate Office, Heathfield, Irvi>e.
A. Ingram, Melbourne Terrace, Ssltcoats.
3
WINE AITS SPIRIT MERCHANT,

ROYAL CITADEL BONDED AND FREE STORES,

WHISKIES, RUMS, GINS, AND BRANDIES.

Sherry, Port, Champagne, and Claret


Wines,
IN BOND AND DUTY PAID.

BURTONON TRENT BEERS,


IN WOOD AND BOTTLE.

M A U N D E R S & GO'S D U B L I N PORTER,


In fflids., Barrels, Half-Barrels, and Bottle-

TEA IN BOND AND DT7TT PAID.

SHOP'S 8T@ftI8 UN) i@6C®


STOREAGE ACCOMMODATION.
ADVERTISEMENTS.

WINE AND SPIEIT MERCHANT


AND

BOTTLING ESTABLISHMENT,
77 and 79 High Street, Ayr.
-—•+•

WHISKY, RUM, GIN, & BRANDIES.

POET, SEEEEY, CHAMPAGNE, & CLARET •WINES,


WELL MATURED.

Has* and Allsopp's India Pale Ale,


In Wood and Bottle.

CRATED WATERS MANUFACTURED


0 ¥ THE PREMISES.

Ag ent for m

ROBERT KNOX & SON,


CAMBUS BREWERY, ALLOA,
AND

PORTER BREWERS, DUBLIN.

Families and the Trade Supplied.


ADVERTISEMENTS.

rfi
Established upwards of 37 Years.

AT WHICH EVERY ARTICLE IS CAREFULLY

SELECTED, AND OF THE

BEST QUALITY.

All Orders from Town People and


Summer Visitors promptly attended to.
ADVERTISEMENTS.

ISS i l l i i , ...
f f . | | AND | | ,
{Thrice awarded Gold and Silver Medals in Paris,)

HAS much pleasure in calling the attention of Ladies


and Gentlemen to his Large and well selected Stock
of every REQUISITE for the TOILET, all made by
the best French and English Makers.

Ladies can always find in his Establishment the

IN HAIRDRESSING,
as L. LE CLAIR himself goes twice a year to Paris
• • • • • • • • : i • ' >

for the Fashions.


He has also rery comfortable and well fitted-up
ROOMS, with all modern improvements.

NEWMARKET STREET, AYR,


(OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE.)
ADVERTISEMENTS.

RECEIVED MONTHLY,
FROM LONDON AND PARIS.
W. LEGGE begs to intimate his REMOVAL from the
Queen's Eooms to those central and commodious premises,
68 SSWMMKST STES1T, ATE,
where he will be enabled to give his Customers the advan-
tage of a Private Room, if desired, for HAIR CUTTING,
DRESSING, and SHAMPOOING, which he feels confident will
be appreciated.
W. L. has a Large and well selected Stock of PER-
FUMERY and every known TOILET REQUISITE,
of British and Foreign Manufacture. He "would also
call the attention of Ladies and Gentlemen to

HIS OWN PREPARATIONS FOR THE TOILET,


so well known throughout Ayrshire and neighbouring
Counties. The attention of Ladies is respectfully re-
quested to the Large Stock of ORNAMENTAL HAIR,
made in every Shape and Design, at Moderate Prices.
W. L. having had great experience in the management
of the Hair in London and the Provinces, Ladies and
Gentlemen can rely on getting their Hair properly Cut,
Singed, and Shampooed in the most careful manner ; and
no pains will be spared to secure the comfort of his nume
rous Patrons.

68 NEWM 4RKET STREET,


(ONE DOOR FROM SANDGATE),
AYR.
ADVERTISEMENTS.

BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, AND BOOKBINDER,

81 HIGH STREET, AYR,


AND TEMPLEHILL, TROON,
Has always in Stock a Large and varied Assortment

AND

WHICH HE SELLS AT

THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE.

A Special Reduction made on Books for


Libraries and School Prizes.

BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER


AYR AND TROON.
'ADVERTISEMENTS.

DANIEL M'KECHNIE, '


Work—Newtonhead, Ayr,
T)EGrS to intimate that, in addition to his other Business,
-D he has recently added the making of SACKS, which
can be supplied in any quantity, and on most Moderate
Terms. The Sacks can be printed with any address.
Also, CAET, STACK, KICK, and other COVERS
made arid rendered Waterproof.

SHIP CHANDLERY STORE,

D. M'K. has always on hand a STOCK of


ROPES, TWINES, CANVAS,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES,
Ol T^ S3 S3 £^ S3 »
TARS, PITCH, EOSIN, fee, &e.

N.B.—Orders left with Mr P. B. HILL, Fishmonger


High Street, Ayr, will have prompt attention.
ADVERTISEMENTS.

JAMES ABMSTROflk
96 High Street, "Ayr,

HAS always on Hand a most Extensive


Stock of BOOTS and SHOES of his own
Manufacture, which for Neatness of Style,
Durability, and Moderate Prices, cannot
be surpassed in the Trade.

Strict Attention Paid to Boots Made


to Order.

REPAIRS NEATLY AND PROMPTLY EXECUTED.


ADVERTISEMENTS.

BUSINESS ESTABLISHED 1814.

WILLIAM STEWART,
CHIMNEY SWEEPER,

(FLAT ABOVE MR MAITLAND BROWN, GROCEK),

Iw returning thanks to the Nobility, Gentry, and Public


of Ayrshire for the liberal encouragement he has received,
takes the present opportunity of informing them that he
continues the business in all its departments, at 201^-
HIGH STREET, AYR; and, by unremitting attenton in
Sweeping Chimneys, and altering them for the con-
venience of Cleaning, he is confident of giving every
satisfaction to his employers.

TO AGRICULTURISTS:

ON MODEKATE TERMS.
CARDS AND LETTERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO.
ADVERTISEMENTS.

ALEX. M'DONALD & SONS,


CEIMFEY SWEEPERS,

n
RESPECTFULLY return thanks to their numerous Employ-
ers for the liberal patronage which they have received
during the last thirty-seven years, and beg to intimate
that they continue to carry on their Business in the above
Premises, and trust, by strict attention, to receive a con-
tinuance of publics patronage.
Landlords who may be pleased to entrust them with
Cleaning the Vents o£ their Properties, may depend on
the greatest care being taken of the roofs.
N.B. — Smoking Chimneys Cured and Repaired;
Washing-House Boiler Flues thoroughly and efficiently
Cleaned.
Anything going wrong with the Vents, within Two
Weeks after A. M'D. & Sons have completed them, they
will return and clean them anew without any extra charge.

n\
ADVERTISEMENTS.

THE SUBSCRIBER respectfully intimates to


Farmers and others that he has on hand
a good Supply of
BEST IRISH LIME.
PATRICK M'MILLAN.
Patent Lime Kilns,
South Quay, Ayr.

PATRICK M'MILLAN,
PLASTERER,

AYE,
GRATEFUL to his Friends and the Public in General for
the liberal support lie has received since commencing
Business in Ayr, hopes, by strict attention and superin-
tending all work himself, to merit a further continuance
of their sxvpport.

SIBEET, AYE.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
i, §mm, and |oultrj)
No. 10 NEW BRIDGE STREET,
AYR.
GEORGE M'CREADIE, in tendering his sincere thanks for
the liberal patronage hitherto bestowed on him, respect-
fully intimates that he has made considerable improve-
ments in his Shop, 10 NEW BRIDGE STREET, suited to the
requirements of an increasing Retail Business. His
extensive Wholesale transactions enable him to have an
abundant and choice sup»ly of all things connected with
:the Trade in their respective seasons ; and, with strict
personal attention, he hopes to give general satisfaction
alike to the Inhabitants of Ayr and the Visitors located in
Town during the Summer. Parties may rely on having a
constant supply of

W i D T l PUSH) & eURBi© §&UM@N!,


THREE TIMES A DAY,
From his Father's extensive Fisheries on this Coast.
XQE AL'W.S.TS ON HANS.
S A U C E S , I1 I C K 1 B 8, <&c, & c .

Observe!
No. 10 NEW BRIDGE STREET, AYR.
ADVERTISEMENTS.

FAMILY GROCER
AND

f J
185 HIGH STREET,
(OPPOSITE THE WALLACE

HAS always on hand a Large Stock of First-class


GROCERIES and PROVISIONS, at the Lowest Market
Kates. His Stock includes

TEAS, SUGARS, COFFEES,


AND SPICES;
DUNLOP, CHEDDAR, AND STILTON CHEESE;
Finest Belfast Smoked Bacon;
W I L T S H I R E BACON, &c, &c.

J. P. also receives a Supply ef

C O U N T KY BUTTER
(FRESH AND PQWX5SESD),
TWICE A WEEK, FROM THE BEST DAIRIES.

Agent for Titley's Dairy Salt


ADVERTISEMENTS.

NEAR RAILWAY BRIDGE,


CTXIMIITOOIC
AY R.

TAKES this opportunity most respectfully to state that ho


is prepared to Execute all kinds of SCULPTURE and
MONUMENTAL WORK in Freestone of the most enduring
Quality, and to erect such in any part of the County.

Gentlemen's Armorial Bearings Cut.


ABERDEEN GRANITE WORKS,
WELLINGTON ROAD.
HAVING been appointed AGENT in AYR for the above
Works, Parties can be supplied with the Best RED and
GREY ABERDEEN GRANITE MONUMENTS in all
their varied Designs.
A Large Collection of DRAWINGS on Hand to select
from.
DESIGKS FORWARDED.

Inscriptions Neatly and Accurately


Cut.
HOUSE—38 ALLOWAY STREET, AYR.
•ADVEKTISEMENTS.

HATTER,

Latest Novelties in London and Paris Goods,


DRESS HATS, FELTS, CAPS, &c,

UMBBELLAS, BRACES, TIES, COLLABS.

E. EOBEETSOBT,
TAILOR AND CLOTHIER,
M SfllEf,
AYR,
Keturns his best thanks to his Friends
for past favours, and most respectfully
solicits a continuance of their support.
TAILORS AITS CLOTHIERS,
59 NEWMARKET STREET, AYR,
THANK the Gentry and Public of Ayr for past favours;
and.in soliciting a continuance of their patronage, beg to
intimate that their Stock of CLOTHS, in all the depart-
ments is Eeplete with everything New and Fashionable
for the Season.
Having had.considerable practical experience in the
Making-up of
MILITARY UNIFORMS,
M. & A. can assure gentlemen that all orders of this
description will be executed in the best style of work-
manship, and according to the latest and most approved
designs.
Every G-arment done in this Establishment in the
first style, and with as much Economy and Cheapness,
consistent with the proper execution of the work, as in
any house in Ayr.

JOHN RUSSELL,
TAILOR AND CLOTHIER,
II i«r 3E: -%3%r B R I D G E : as TT.,

A Y R ,
RETURNS his best thanks to his numerous
friends for past favours, and most respect-
fully solicits a further continuance of their
support.
U NEW BRIDGE, STREET.
ADVERTISEMENTS.

ESTABLISHED 1S1 8.

A. COWAN & SON,


24 NEWMA.RKET STREET,
OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE,

23 NEWMARKET STREET,
ADVERTISEMENTS.

TAILOR AND CLOTHIER,


I? NSW ©Hfi®Clg STRSSTj
'AYR,
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND A

CHOICE SELECTION
OF THE NEWEST STYLES IN

FANCY GO A TINGS, TWEEDS,&c,


GENTLEMEN'S SHIRT AND COLLAR MAKER.
LINEN, COTTON, OXFORD, GAUZE OK FRENCH
PRINT (CHOICE PATTERN),
HADS TO MCEASTME OR PAXTBBI.

SHIRTS FINISHED FOR INDIA, CHINA, AND


THE COLONIES (HAND, SEWN).
SUMMER UNDERCLOTHING.

OUTFITS FOR HOME OR ABROAD.


H O S I E R Y , CULOVES, AHfB SCARFS.

J. GRAY, 14 SMDGATE STREET,, AYR.


ADVKUTISBMEJfTS.

HAT & CAP MERCHANT,

ESTABLISHED 1843.

EVERY ARTICLE OF THE BEST.

141 HIGH STREET, AYR.

EESPECTFULLY intimates that he will supply


CART AMD GIG HARNESS,
of the Best Quality and Style, at

Always on hand
RIDING SADDLES and BRIDLES,
HORSE CLOTHING, RUGS, &c,
ADVERTISEMENTS.

JOINERS AND BUILDERS,

OLD BRIDGE END,

W. HIGHET & SOS,


PLUMBERS, SLATERS,
AND

GLAZIERS,

FORT STREET, AYR,


AND

BOSWELL COTTAGE,
ADVERTISEMENTS.

CHAELES l ,
PLUMBER & GASFITTER,

131 H i a H STREET,

HOUSE AND SHOP:

GEORGE ST., WALLACETOWN,


ADVERTISEMENTS.
V

COAL MERCHANT,

STRUT, GDIWTQW,

SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD COAL DELIVEEED


IK TOWN OK COUNTRY, ON
. MODERATE TERMS.

-A. TIRILA.IJ SOLICITED.

HURLFORD FIRE CLAV WORKS


GOODS DEPOT,
MAIN STREET, NEWTON, AYR.

GEORGE SMITH, AGENT.


FIRE BRICKS, PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL;

V A S E S , <S&C.;

HORSE MANGERS, CATTLE TROUGHS, PIG TROUGHS,

AND LARGE CISTERNS, MADE TO ORDER.

SMITH, MAIN STREET, NEWTON.


ADVERTISEMENTS.

W. ROBERTSON,
COAL MERCHANT
AND

STEAMBOAT AGENT.
OFFICE—4 HARBOUR STREET, AYR.
HOUSE—GREEN STREET, NEWTON.

PHOTOGRAPHER,

13 HIGH STREET,

Opposite King's Arms Hotel.


ADVERTISEMENTS ,

BOBEKT E SMITH,

6 CROMWELL PLACE,
FORT, AYR.

JAMESl)UNLOP,
AND

34 HIGH STREET, AYR.


ADVERTISEMENTS.

ESTABLISHED I3ST 1 8 3 9 .

WILLIAM JOHNSTON I SOI,


Painters, Decorators, Paperhangers,
and Gilders,
46 SANDGATE STREET, AYR,
Has always on hand a choice Collection of

FRENCH AND ENGLISH PAPERHANGINGS, BORDERS, & c .

PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, & BRUSHES,


FOE S.A.JL.E.

BILL-POSTER,

NEXT DOOE TO ME AULD, HAIEDEESSEE.

Country Orders punctually attended to.

Cld Books Bought, Sold, and Exchanged.


ADVERTISEMENTS.

It)
PAINTER, PAPERHANGER,
AND

DECORATOR, &c, <Ssc,

HOUSE—10 BARNS STREET.

Paints, Colours, Varnishes, Paperhangiags, Brushes, &c.

"iras
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER,
22 lEWMARKET STREET,

HAS always on Hand a Choice Selection of


THE NEWEST DESIGNS

11 fWIM
ADVERTISEMENTS.

mm
Hams Corn'd Beef,
and Pickled
Sausages. Tongues, &c.

69 HIGH STREET, AYR.


HOUSE—23 BARNS STREET.

JAIES PATEESON,
FLESHER,
Com'd Beef HAMS,
and Wholesale
Pickled and
Tongues. Retail.

No. 98 HIGH STREET,

H O TJ S E—3 2 MILL STREET.


ABVERTIS-EMENTS.

0*

(SUCCESSOR TO J. ADAM & SON,)

FLESHER,
Corn Beef Hams,
and Wholesale and
Picked Tongues. Retail.

22 SANDGATE STREET.
AYR.
HOUSE—15 CHARLOTTE STEEET.

ABRAIAI WALES,
FAMILY & SHiPPiNG BUTCHER,
OOBN'D B E E F , HAMS,
SPIOED ROUNDS, WSOLBSALE
PICKLED TONGUES, and
and RETAIL,
&c, &c, &c.

r<
sr x s . .

HOUSE: WJNTON BUILDINGS.


ADVERTISEMENTS.

CHAS. M'QUEEN,
FLESHER AND HAM GURER,
EamS f—^lh Oorn'a Beef
and ^ T Pickled
Sausages- -3eK3**- T o n g u e s , & c .

242 HIGH STREET, AYR.

'ag

PORK BUTCHERS,

3 NEWMARKET STREET,
AYR.
ADVERTISEMENTS.

HAMS CORM'D BEEF,


and PICKLED
SA USA G ES. TONGUES, &c.
No. 217 HIGH STREET,

HOUS E—215 HIGH STREET.

WALTER IITCHELL,
FRESH AND CORN'D BEEF,
PICKLED PICKLED
BACON, &c. TONGUES, (fee.

HAMS ALWAYS ON HAND,


WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
ADVERTISEMENTS.

DAVID SEMPLE,
S H E R,,

and
Picked Tongues,
Ssc.

(OPPOSITE JOHN STREET).

FLESHER,
HAMS
and and
SAUSAGES. PIOSLED TOJTGUIS.

OSWALD TERRACE,
577?££r, WALLAGETOWN,
ADVEBTISEMENTS.

CHINA & TOY WAREHOUSE,


152 HIGH STREET,
AYR.

Register Office for Seruants.


iiw mm m i l
AND

ESTABLISHMENT,

Hri l l l f , f l l y l i EtmL
AN EARLY CALL SOLICITED.

N.B.—LADIES' OWN IV1ATERIALS MADE UP.


5
ADVERTISEMENTS,

'Sitilkittsun
FURNISHING IRONMONGERS*

128 HIGH STREET,


AYR.

12 NEW BRIDGE STREET,


AYR.
HOUSE: 7 BUCKINGHAM TERRACE.
ADVERTISEMENTS.

GOLDSMIT
AND

No. 38 HIGH STREET,

Watches, Clocks, and Jewellery of every


Description kept in Stock,

REPAIRS OF ALL EINDS DONE ON TEE


PREMISES.

AYR APOTHECARIES HALL,


2 Macneille Buildings,
NEWMARKET STREET.

N.B.—DR RONALD'S CONSULTING ROOMS.


ADVERTISEMENTS.

FAMILY GROCERS
AND

110 HIGH STREET,

C. W. M'OALL,
FAMILY AND RETAIL

• •' . - i -•A..-1 J.[ I ( JA..'L\l I,

AYR.
ADVERTISEMENTS.

PLUMBER AND GASFITTER,


12 NEWMARKET STREET,
AYR.
PRICES MODERATE. BEST WORKMANSHIP.

HOUSE—NORTH QUAY.

i
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
TO BE HAD JROM

KYLE STREET, AYR.

Flies Dressed to Pattern. Fishing Rods, Violins and


Bows Repaired. A Stock of Violins, Bows, and Fur-
nishings always on hand.
ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY PUNCTUALLY
ATTENDED TO.
ADVBETISEMBNTS.

ALEX. KING,

AYR ARMS SALE ROOMS,


1 SANDGATE STREET,

m& ®*nwni Wmk in all ife i

PLASTEEEE AND CEMENT WORKER,

MAIN STREET, NEWTON, AYR,


(A LITTLE ABOVE FKEE CHURCH.)

From A. A.'s long Practical Experience, he hopes,


by Strict" Personal Attention and Good Workmanship,
to gain the confidence of his Patrons.
ESTIMATES GIVEN.
Jobbings Neatly and Expefiitiously Executed.
ADVERTISEMENTS.

AND

RESTAURANT.

8 SANDGATE STREET,
AYR.

GO

CO
O4

ANDREW GLASS, Proprietor.


Well-aired Beds, and every attention paid to the comfort of
Visitors. The Original Tam o'Shanter Chairs and Drinking Cup
in the House. Stabling, Cabs in waiting at the Railway Station.
Large Hall let on Moderate terms.
ADVERTISEMENTS.

i.
PHOTOGRAPHER,
No. 45 NEWMARKET STREET,
(Next Door to the Post Office,)
AYR.

Enlargements Done from Small Pictures,


and Finished in Oil, Water Colours,
and Crayons,

SADDLER,
181 HIGH STKEET
(OPPOSITE WALLACE TOWER,)
AYR.
(Seventeen Years with Mr JOHN CAMPBELL.)

DOUBLE, SINGLE, VAN, AND CAET


HARNESS Made Up in Best Style,
and at Moderate Prices.
All Orders will receive E. W.'s best attention.
ADVERTISEMENTS.

BAKER, CONFECTIONER, AND PURVEYOR.


)M P H I
PORTER AND ALES,
DAILY, FBOM 8 A.M. TO 10 P.M.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED.

Excursion parties from all quarters can be supplied by


giving a day's notice, at .
8 HIGH STREET, AYR
(Two Doors West of the King's Arms Hotel.)

EBAMS NEIL,
FURNITURE SALE-ROOM,
& 121 HIGH STREET, IYB.

ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO.


--ADVERTISEMENTS.

Wholesale & Betail Tobacconists, & Importers of Foreign Cigars,


6 HIGH S T E E E T , AYK,
BEG to inform their Customers and the Public generally, that they
have always on hand a large and well-selected Stock of Fancy
Goods in the above line, comprising MEERSCHAUM and BKIEB
PIPES, of the finest quality and fewest Designs ; SEALSKIN and
INDIA RUBBBB POUCHES (FUSEE BOXES), CIOAR CASES, &e.. &c.
J. & W. D. have always in Stock a large variety of British and
Foreign Manufactured CIGARS, MANILLA CHEROOTS, &C. , of the
finest quality and best Brands.
?j5abacoo, of evetig tlescJtipiiw (Jioose and
in J a k )
Have also a splendid selection of FANcy STAFFS, in Zoolo,
Orange, Olive, Pimento, and Myrtle Woods, &c. ; Ratan, Bam-
boo, and Whangae CANES, &C.

TOBACCO JUICE AND PAPER ALWAYS IN STOCK,

AUCTION MART, AYR.


Sales conducted, Valuations made, and
Inventories taken, in Town and Country
promptly and moderately.

OFFICE—102 HIGH STREET.


HOUSE—20 DALBLAIR ROAD.
ADVERTISEMENTS.

Established 70 Years.

R. H. KENNEDY,
FAMILY GROCER,

m SPBRBT

168 HIGH STREET,


- ADVERTISEMENTS.

Auctioneer & Appraiser, House & Law Agent,


OFFICE—95 HIGH STKEET, AYR.
HOUSE—TEMPERANCE HOTEL AND RESTAU-
RANT, 1331, 135, i 3 7 HIGH STREET, AYR,
(Late Henry's Temperance Hotel.)

ALSO AGENT FOE THE

BORDER COUNTIES FIRE INSURANCE CO.,


DUMFRIES; AND
BRITISH IMPERIAL LIFE INSURANCE CO, MANCHESTER.

JOHN GRAY'S

198 HIGH STREET, AYR.


(ONE DOOR FROM WALLACE TOWER.)

Breakfasts, Dinners, Steaks, and Chops,


T R I P E S U P P E R S ,

PORTER AND ALES.


ADVERTISEMENTS.

>8BIt

BOOT AND SHOEMAKER,

(A little above the Wallace Tower, sami side.)

ORR. STAYMAKER, 15 IVIILL STREET, AYR,

WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.

{Late with Messrs James Muirhead & Son,


Buchanan Street, Glasgow,)
ADVERTISEMENTS.

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION

EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND


DESPATCH

"OBSERVER" OFFICE,
NEWMARKET STREET,

STTFEJRIOK

AT

ROBERT FERGUSSON & Co.'s,


WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS,
•71 B 1a 3 STREET,
(COENEE OF FISH CROSS).

R. F. & Co. are now receiving their Weekly Supply of


COUNTRY POWDERED BUTTER from first-class
Dairies.
On hand, FINE OLD CAMPBELTOWN and
GLENLIVET WHISKY.
ADVERTISEMENTS.

JOINERS, &c.,

JOBBINGS OF ALL KINDS NEATLY EXECUTED.

ESTIMATES GIVEN.

Joiner and Funeral Undertaker,


27 Carrick Street, Ayr,
RETURNS his sincere thanks to his Friends and the
Public in general for the very liberal encouragement he
has received since commencing Business on his own
account, and trusts, by strict attention, combined with
Moderate Prices, to merit a continuance of public
patronage.
June, 1873.
ADVERTISEMENTS.

(PARTNER IN THE FIRM OP PATERSON SONS & CO,)

Attends personally to the Tuning and Eegulating ef


Pianos and Harmoniums.

Annual Engagements for keeping Pianos in


Tune on Moderate Terms.
From Mr MURRAY'S long experience in the trade,
parties entrusting the selection of Pianos or Harmoniums
to him may rely on getting a good instrument, haying the
largest stock in Scotland to choose from.

PIANOFORTE, HARMONIUM, & K I D SALOOiS:


36 NEWMAEKET STEEET, AYE;

152 BUCHANAN STEEET, GLASGOW;


27 GEOEGE STEEET, EDINBUEGH;
AND

17 PEINCES STEEET, PEETH.