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          Is a thriving little market town in County Derry, thirty six miles N. by W. from Belfast. It consists of one long and spacious street, from which several smaller ones branch off, the principal of which are Main and Hall Streets, and these are improving and extending rapidly. The houses which are chiefly built of stone, and are modern buildings, have a respectable appearance. Linen cloth is the staple trade. Petty Sessions are held on the last Saturday of each month. A constabulary station is in the town. The market days are Tuesday and Friday - the former for flax, pork, horses and cattle, butter, eggs, fowl and general merchandise; and the latter for corn and grass seed. The flax market is held on the second and last Tuesday of each month. Horse and cattle fairs are held on the last Tuesday of every month. Population in 1881, 1,124

Post Office and Telegraph - Letters from Dublin, the South of Ireland, and England, arrive every forenoon at 9-15 a.m., 12-30 p.m., 4-5 p.m., 6 p.m., and are despatched every day at 3 p.m.; mails also at 7-50 a.m., 10-10 a.m. and 4-5 p.m.
Postmaster - S. D. Lytle
Sub-Distributor of Stamps - James Lytle
Constabulary Station - John Neely, sergeant
Maghera National School - Patrick Froddy and Miss Boon, teachers
Female National School - Annie Kerr, teacher
Male National School - Miss Carson, teacher
Milltown School - J. J. Gilmore, teacher

Places of Worship

Parish Church - Rev. B. B. Gough, rector
Presbyterian Church - Rev. R. F. H. Dickey, M.A., B.D.
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel - Rev. J. Edwards
Roman Catholic Chapel - Very Rev. Bernard McGurk, V.G., P.P.; Rev. Edward Gallon, C.C., and Rev. Peter McNamee


Brown, James, solicitor
Brown, Rev. John, Culnady
Carson, Rev. Robert, Solitude
Clarke, William, Ampertown
Clarke, J. J., J.P., Largantocher
Clark, James Johnston, D.L., J.P.
Clark, James Jackson, J.P., Major
Clark, James, jun., J.P., Largantocher
Dunwoody Bros., solicitors
Field, Thomas, manager, Ulster Bank
Fisher, Rev. Thomas, Termoneeny
Ford, Rev. Hugh, LL.D.
Forrester, Robert, J.P., Cloverhill
Gough, Rev. B. B., rector
Houston, James, M.D.
Johnston, Robert, J.P., Slatabogue
Kennedy, Dr. Robert
Lytle, Thomas, commissioner to administer oaths for the Supreme Courts of Judicature in Ireland
Macky, Rev., Marcus Dill
McGowan, William, M.D., dispensary
McIntire, Rev. H. S., Knockloughrin
Neville, Rev. J. N.
Sands, Rev. Mr.
Stephenson, Mrs. John, Fortwilliam
Stephenson, Rev. M., Tubermore
Turner, Rev. Wm., Swateragh
Watters, W., Surgeon Major


Barkley, James, woollen draper
Blakely, A. B., accountant
Boyle, Jane, fowl dealer
Bradley, John, saddler
Bradley, James, publican
Bradley, James, spirit dealer
Bradley, James, blacksmith
Bradley, John, cattle dealer
Bradley, Patrick, dealer
Bradley & Co., shoe maker
Campbell, Robert, grocer
Caskern, James, flax dealer
Chaine, A., civil bill officer
Charles, Andrew, jeweller and watch maker
Clarke, John, shoe maker
Clarke, John, jun., shoe maker
Clarke, Mary, dress maker
Clarke, J., sewing agent
Clarke, Wm., linen manufacturer
Connor, James, flax merchant
Connor, John, carpenter
Connor, Mrs., delph dealer
Connor, Wm., new & second hand clothes dealer
Convery, Thomas, blacksmith
Crockett, N., spirit dealer
Cunningham, J., flax scutch mills
Cushnahan, Daniel, spirit dealer
Dallas, George, photographer
Devlin, John, cooper
Dogherty, Bridget, spirit dealer
Dripps, The Misses, dress makers
Elliott, Sarah Jane, grocer
Fowler, William, carpenter
Galway, Brice, watch maker
Gardiner, G., pawn broker
Graham, Thomas, dealer
Haslett, Mrs., dress maker
Havern, William, blacksmith
Henry, Mrs. John, flax scutch mills
Hipson, William, carpenter
Houston, Thomas, grocer, baker, and newsagent
Hutchinson, W., flax scutch mills
Johnstone, Miss, dress maker
Kane, Robert, publican
Kelly, Bernard, watch maker
Kelly, Charles, blacksmith
Kelly, James, cattle dealer
Kelly, Margaret, spirit dealer
Kelly, William, shoe maker
Kennedy, Henry, tailor
Kennedy, James, tailor
Kerr, A. & M., grocers and hardware merchants
Kyle, James, grocer
Lafferty, Francis, publican
Lagan, Mary Anne, grocer
Larrigan, M., shirt maker
Lyle, Alexander, flax scutch mills
Lytle, Eleanor, dress maker
Lytle, Samuel D., law and emigration agent and postmaster
Lytle, Robert, flax scutch mills
Lytle, T. A., grocer, and hardware merchant
Lytle, James, grocer and baker, leather, seed and provision merchant, Victoria Warehouse
Macdonald, Charles, tailor
Marshall, Miss, grocer
Martin, Charles, tailor
Martin, George, shoe maker
Miskelly, W., newsagent
Moore, John, butcher
Morrison, Alexander K., woollen draper
Morton, William James, carpenter
McCann, Michael, station master, Derry Central Railway
McClelland, J., bakery and grocer
McCloskey, Alex., weigh master
McCloskey, Hannah, spirit dealer
McCloskey, Patrick, flax scutch mills
McCormick, Catherine, spirit dealer
McDonald, Misses, dress makers
McEldowney, Miss, dress maker
McEldowney, The Misses, dress makers
McEneary, John, baker
McGhee, Mrs. B., school teacher
McGiven, Fanny, draper
McGlunchy, Mrs. P., clothes dealer
McGuickan, Hannah, dress maker
McGuickan, James, grocer and publican
McGuigan, Edward, bill poster
McGuigan, Michael, shoe maker
McGurk, P., shoe maker
McIntire & Hogg, shirt factory
McKay, Mrs. Charles, flax scutch mills
McKee, John A., draper
McKeever, William, tailor
McKenna, John, dealer
McKenna, John D., grocer
McKenna, Mary, lodging house
McKenna, C. & M., drapers
McKenna, P. & J., coach builders
McKeown, Thomas, watch maker
McKinney, Joseph, grocer
McKuffy, Alex., publican
McLernon, J. S., baker and grocer
McNamee, Patrick, spirit dealer
McNichol, John, Commercial Hotel, Hall Street
McNichol, John, spirit dealer
McNichol, James, lodging house keeper
McPake, Arthur, jun., tailor
Nelson, James A., cashier Ulster Bank
O'Neill, Jas. E., solicitor's assistant, insurance agent and Press correspondent
O'Neill & Co., grocers, chemists, and druggists, hardware, china, glass, earthenware, and provision merchants. The Maghera Drug Hall
Palmer, Wm., grocer
Picken, Robert, saddler
Porter, Robert, carpenter
Rainey, Charles, lodging house
Rainey, Mary, bonnet maker
Richard, Patrick, woollen draper
Smyth, Joseph, carpenter
Stockman, Thomas, grocer
Tohill, John, flesher
Tunny, John, tailor
Walsh, Lewis, Maghera Hotel


The Derry Central Railway, now constructed, opens up direct railway communication from Magherafelt to Coleraine, via, Maghera.



          Is a flourishing market town in the barony of Loughinsholin and County of Londonderry, 35 miles N.N.W. from Belfast, 114 miles from Dublin, and 38 miles from Londonderry. The town, which consists of a square, from which the principal streets radiate, was formerly the property of the Salters' Company, but on the company selling out their estate under the Land Purchase Act, the inhabitants, with a few exceptions, bought out their houses. The houses are well built and have a pleasant and improving appearance, and during the last year some good buildings have been added to the town. The  General Quarter Sessions of the Peace are held in the new Courthouse, which is a beautiful structure. The Parish Church (St. Swithin's) is also a beautiful edifice. The ground for erecting the church as well as the other churches - First and Second Presbyterian, and the Roman Catholic Chapel, was given gratuitously by the Salters' Company. A very good Free School called "Rainey's Foundation School," was rebuilt a few years ago by the Salters' Company. The markets are held every Thursday, and the fairs every second and last Thursday of each month. Population in 1871, 1,401; 1881, 1,514

Post Office, Diamond - John Morrison, postmaster. Mails arrive at 8-10 and 11-10 a.m., 12-45 and 4-45 p.m., and are despatched at 7-45 and 8-45 a.m., and 12-15, 4-45, and 6-50 p.m.
Petty Sessions held every second and last Wednesday of the month. Magistrates - Chairman, Campbell Gaussen, M.R.C.S.; A. Brown, Lord Chichester, D.L.; J. a. Clarke, W. J. Derby, James Harbison, J. R. Leeper, Saml. Porter, Thomas Wilson, Samuel Cathcart, Clerk - David S. Kelly
Court House - T. C. Monteith, keeper
Police Office - Andrew Bain, district inspector; Thomas Reilly, head constable
Excise Officer - D. O'Herlity
Stamp Office, Diamond - John Morrison, distributor
Marriage Registry Office - William Hastings, registrar, Rose Lodge
Coroner - Hugh McIvor, M.D., Moneymore
Commissioners for taking affidavits - Samuel Porter, J.P., Broad Street; Thomas S. Taylor, Church Street
Belfast and Northern Counties, Derry Central, and Draperstown Railways - Edward Butler, station master.  Clerks - George Page & John J. Butler
Gas Company - Thomas S. Taylor, secretary; Hugh Hickey, manager
Markets - Grain, Monday; general market, Thursday - James H. Walker, manager; Jas. Laurence, weigh master

Places of Worship

Church of Ireland - Rev. Thomas Jordan, D.D.
Presbyterian Church :- First - Rev. George Gillespie.  Second - Rev. Samuel McClure
Methodist Chapel - Rev. John Wright
St. Mary's Roman Catholic Chapel - Very Rev. P. Canon Donnelly, P.P.; Rev. P. Quinn, C.C.; Rev. Joseph O'Callaghan

Public Institutions

Banks - Belfast Banking Co. (branch) - John Walker, manager; Northern Banking Co.'s Branch, William Adamson, manager; Cookstown and Magherafelt General Credit and Discount Company, T. Hogg, manager
Rainey's Endowed School - H. E. Kincade, M.A., principal; Alex. Douglas, assistant
Church St. N.S. - (Male) - Fras. Richardson, teacher; do. (Female) - Mrs. Steacy, teacher.  Market Street (Male) - John Stewart, teacher; do. (Female) - Miss M. Baden, teacher.  King Street (Male) - Matthew O'Neill, teacher; do. (Female) - Mrs. Ludlow, teacher
Church of Ireland Temperance Society - Fras. Richardson and Alex. Douglas, hon. secs.
Irish Temperance League and Blue Ribbon Society - Alfred W. Glover, secretary
Magherafelt Choral Class - Meets every Tuesday evening, Miss Smythe, conductor
Football Club - Captain, A. D. Gaussen; vice-captain, Samuel Brown; treasurer, Wm. H. Maitland; secretary, S. B. Caldwell.  Committee - Wm. Pollock, Wm. J. Morrow, A. Bracken, Patrick Fullen, and A. F. Dickson
Magherafelt Union - Chairman, Sir Wm. Fitzwilliam Lenox-Conyngham, D.L., V.C.B.; vice-chairman, James J. Clarke; deputy vice chairman, Campbell Gaussen.  Officers - Clerk, William Hastings; master, Richard Gilmore; matron, M. J. H. Allen; school master, Jas. Taylor; school mistress, E. Brittain; Protestant chaplain, Rev. Thomas Jordan, D.D.; Presbyterian chaplain, Rev. Samuel McCune; Roman Catholic chaplain, Rev. P. Canon Donnelly, P.P.; medical officer, A. B. Vesey, L.R.C.S.I., L.K.Q.C.P.I.; porter, George Patterson; nurse, Infirmary, Mary Kyle; nurse, Fever Hospital, Margaret McCotter; shoe maker, Hugh Johnston; tailor, Joseph Patterson; relieving officer, Robert Gilmore; rate collectors, Henry Agnew, John Smythe, and John Glenane



Adamson, Wm., bank manager
Brown, James, solicitor
Clarke, Wm. S., fish monger
Galway, B., watch maker, jeweller, stationer, and news agent
Glover & McGuckin, solicitors
Glover, John (of Glover & McGuckin)
Malone, John, solicitor
Meeke, W. C., solicitor
McGrath, John, surfaceman
Pollock, Wm., insurance agent
Porter, Samuel, J.P., woollen draper and commissioner for taking affidavits
Quigley, Wm., spirit merchant
Shannon, James, apothecary
Shiels, John, woollen draper and printer
Tipping & Anderson, grocers, hardware merchants, and ironmongers
Venables, Wm. J., solicitor
Walls, Edward, boot and shoe merchant
Walshe, John, hotel proprietor


Boden, John, woollen draper
Charles, A., watch maker, jeweller, Cookstown and Magherafelt General Credit and Discount Company
Daley, John, sergeant
Dixon & Nelson, watchmakers
Donaghy, John, grocer, wine and spirit merchant
Duncan, Miss, milliner
Ferran, Felix, woollen draper
Gaussen, H. T.
Hall, Miss
Harbison, James, J.P.
Johnston, Alex., grocer, wine and spirit merchant
Kelly, John, wine and spirit merchant
Leslie Bros., merchants
Morrison, John, woollen draper
McCleery, Matthew, grocer
McConvery, John, carpenter
McCullough, George, saddler
McLernon, Francis J., merchant
McNamee, John, egg and butter merchant
Picken, Joseph, saddler
Quigley, Joseph, woollen draper
Robson, Ferguson, boot and shoe merchant
Scullion, John, boot and shoe merchant
Scullion, Mary, spirit merchant
Smyth, William, woollen draper
Steele, J. H., boot and shoe merchant
Stewart, Robert, clothier
Wilson, Thomas, J.P.


Adams, William, bill poster
Barclay, Miss, refreshment rooms
Burns, James, saddler
Devlin, Patrick, publican
Dowdall, Thomas, baker
Galway, George, civil bill officer
Gilmore, Robert, relieving officer
Hagan, John, flesher
Hagan, Patrick, flesher
Harbison, James, merchant
Kane, Hugh, shoe maker
Moran, James, grocer and egg merchant
Moran, John, nailer
McKenna, James, publican
McLean, John, grocer, hardware, ironmonger, timber and coal merchant
Shiels, Alex., publican
Smith, Mrs., publican
Smyth, Peter, farmer
Thompson, H., emigration agent and law clerk
Thompson, Wm., grocer and baker
Tohill, Henry, butcher
Toughill, James, grocer
Toughill, Patrick, egg and fowl merchant


Adams, Miss, milliner
Auterson, Dr., surgeon
Bradley, George, merchant
Brown, John, clothier
Campbell, James, pawn broker
Carey, James, grocer and publican
Corbett, John, grocer and delf merchant
Devlin, C. A., publican
Gamble, Wilson, grocer, publican, and posting establishment
Gribben, Patrick, chemist and druggist
Griffin, Thomas, linen agent
Hanna, Robert, linen manufacturer
Hogg, T., manager loan bank
Higgins, Lawrence, publican
Kane, John, publican
Kearney, Francis, egg dealer
Kelly, James, publican
Kelly, John, grocer
Kincaid, H. E., M.A., intermediate school
Munroe, A., tailor, grocer, and toy merchant
McCune, Rev. Samuel, Manse
McKenna, James, publican
McKenna, Joseph
McMenamin, Joseph, publican
McLernon, Hugh, merchant
McTeague, Thomas, provision merchant
O'Neill, Denis, carpenter
Peacock, John, shoe maker
Perry, James, pensioner
Rankin, C., plumber
Robinson, Miss, milliner
Sands, R. & Sons, grocers, hardware merchants, and ironmongers
Semple, John, clothier
Smyth, J., auctioneer and woollen draper
Stanley, Joseph, clothier
Sweeney, Edward, letter carrier
Thompson, W. J., farmer
Vance, James, grocer
Walker, James H., manager of markets
Walker, John, bank manager
Wilson, John, spirit merchant


Brown, Walter, butter and egg merchant
Doyle, John, engine driver
Johnston, David, whitesmith
Johnston, Joseph, carpenter
Kehoe, James, butter and egg merchant
Lavery, David, guard
Logue, James, tailor
McKenny, J., traveller
McMullan, John, railway inspector
O'Herlihy, D., excise officer
Pigott, John, wine & spirit merchant and grocer
Semple, Samuel, carpenter


Adams, Mrs.
Averall, Robert, blacksmith
Bracken, Arthur, ;and agent, Salters' Company
Derby, Samuel
Hastings, Samuel, clerk of Union, Rose Lodge
Hurl, Daniel, carpenter
Monteith, T. C., auctioneer and valuer
McCullough, John, railway porter
McLaughlin, John, carpenter
Patterson, Joseph, tailor
Wasson, Samuel, blacksmith
Young, Robert, surveyor


Auterson, Patrick, shoe maker
Bell, Walter, grocer and wine merchant
Bradley, James, painter
Dalrymple, Richard, grocer
Darcy, Rev. Wm., A.B., curate
Derby, Miss, grocer
Devlin, Thomas, shoe maker
Dixon, Benj. R., music teacher
Donnelly, Richard A., farmer
Galway, Miss M., The Bazaar, millinery shop
Graham, Patrick, shoe maker
Greer, John, whitesmith
Greer, Joseph, whitesmith
Greer, Miss, dress maker
Hanley, Richard, shoe maker
Harris, Andrew, physician and surgeon
Hudson, Thomas, sexton
Hueston, Mrs.
Johnston, Hugh, shoe maker
Johnston, Mrs.
Johnston & Co., grocers, hardware, and timber merchants
Johnston, Wm. H., provision merchant
Kenmuir, Patrick, flesher and publican
Keilt, John, grocer
Murdock, Mrs.
McAllister, Constantine, engine driver
McKendry, Cornelius, cooper
McNicholl, R., cooper
McVeigh, Nicholas, painter
O'Neill, Malthew, school teacher (Matthew)
Ramsay, John, grocer and delph merchant
Richardson, F., school teacher
Robinson, Joseph, surface man
Ryan, Francis, labourer
Steacy, Mrs., school teacher
Smyth, Miss M., organist and music teacher
Tunney, James leather merchant
Taylor, T. S., commissioner for taking affidavits
Tohill, John, flesher
Vesey, A. B., M.D., Bellevue
Walsh, Louis, spirit merchant
Wright, Rev. John, Methodist minister


Brown, A., butter and egg store
Brown, Miss, dress maker
Crawford, John H., farmer
Dogherty, John, printer
Dogherty, William, carter
Donnelly, Very Rev. Canon, P.P.
George, John, M.R.C.V.S., vet. surgeon
Gillespie, Rev. George, Manse
Greer, William, whitesmith
Hepburn, Thomas, tailor
Hughes, George, civil bill officer
Hurl, William, carpenter
Keilt, Michael, marine store
Kelly, Samuel, publican
Louden, James, flesher
Maitland, Wm. Henry, assistant clerk of Union
Miller, William
McGuiggan, Wm., railway porter
McPeake, John, accountant
O'Callaghan, Rev. J., C.C.
Parkhill, William, packer
Quinn, Rev. P., C.C.
Stewart, Samuel, labourer
Thompson, Mrs., grocer and delph merchant
Walls, R., coachman


Anderson, William, carpenter
Diamond, Henry, car driver
Evans, Thomas, blacksmith
Hughes, George, law messenger
McHugh, Hugh, baker and grocer
McKenna, J. & J., fowl merchants
McKenna, C., & Sons, butter and egg merchants
McManus, C., tailor
McMordie, Andrew, confectioner
Stewart, John, labourer
Walshe, John, grocer and publican



          Anciently called Moirath, is a post town in the County Down, situated on the road from Belfast to Armagh, and within half-a-mile of the Great Northern Railway Station. The town, though small, is clean and consists of one long spacious street, containing a handsome Court House. Petty Sessions are held on last Wednesday of each month. The church was erected at the joint expense of Sir John Rawdon and the Earl of Hillsborough. It is a large and handsome Gothic edifice, with a square tower, surmounted by a spire, and from its situation above the town, forms a conspicuous and picturesque object in this well planted district. Lord Deramore, of Belvoir Park, Belfast, is now the owner of the Moira Estate. Fairs, the first Thursday in February, May, August and November.

Post Office - Jane Watson, postmistress. Letters delivered in town by postman at 8 a.m., 11-40 a.m., and 3-55 p.m.
Free rural delivery of letters commencing at 8 a.m., to the townlands of Clare, Bottear, Ballymagarahan, Lurganaville, Magherahinch, Aughnadrumon, Aughnafosker, Balloonogan, Derrydrumult, Ballycanal, Drumbane, Gartnamoney, Innisloughlin, Magheramesk and Trumra.
Post messenger or runner from Lurgan to Moira every morning at 7-50 arrives at Moira and is despatched from Moira to Lurgan at 6-15 p.m.
Day mail to Dublin and Belfast Railway Post Office, North, 10-20 a.m.; day mail to Dublin and Belfast Railway Post Office, South, and England, at 2-49 p.m.
Arrivals - Mails from Dublin, England and Belfast Railway Post Office at 11-21 a.m., and from Railway Post Office at 3-49 p.m.
Petty Sessions, held last Wednesday in every month. Magistrates - R. Waddell, James L. Douie, and A. E. Brush. Mr. Stanfield, clerk of Petty Sessions
Constabulary Station - Jas. McGuire, sergeant
Barony Cess Collector - James Campbell

Places of Worship

Church of Ireland - Aghalee, Rev. J. W. Sleator, rector.  St. John's, Rev. J. K. Barklie, rector
Presbyterian Church - Rev. Samuel Graham
Unitarian Meeting House - Rev. Mr. Clarke
Methodist Chapel - Rev. J. E. Green


Agar, T., farmer
Beattie, Rev. J. K., Glebe House
Brownrigg, J., M.D., dispensary officer, Fairmount House
Douie, James L., J.P.
Gorman, Stafford, Broom Mount
Graham, Rev. Samuel
Greer, James B., Drumbane
Hammond, James, Ballycanal
Langtry, Frederick, Fortwilliam
Logan, John, Drumbane
McCullough, John, Hunter's Hall
Stuart, Hugh Kennedy
Waring, Lucas, Waringsfield
Wilson, George, Berwick Hall


Agnew, William John, provision merchant
Bell, Abraham, blacksmith
Bonar, John, fowl dealer
Burns, Henry, boot and shoe maker
Campbell & Co.
Carroll, William John, haberdasher
Clarke, Thomas, spirit dealer
Clarke, William, smith and plough maker
Clarke, William, weaver
Corbett, Robert, farmer
Cousins, Joseph, spirit dealer
Doak, Jane, National School teacher
Doak, John, National School teacher
Erwin, Joseph H., grocer
Foots, William, shoe maker
Hammond, James, lime burner
Hendry, The Misses, milliners and dress makers
Heron, James, Carman's inn
Herron, James, farmer
Hewitt, James, farmer
Hewitt, John, nurseryman
Hewitt, Miss, dress maker
Hull, Samuel, boot and shoe maker
Lennon, Thos., precentor of Presbyterian Church
Lynas, John, butcher and weaver
Marwood, Peter, saddler
Miles, John, farmer
Montgomery, Catherine, seamstress
Morrison, John, weaver
McCartan, James, butcher
McCaw, John, precentor of United Presbyterian House
McCay, Michael, lodging house
McClure, Mark, summons server
McClure, John, boot and shoe maker
McConnell, Arthur, estate bailiff
McConnell, James, sexton of Methodist Chapel
McCullough, Thomas, baker
McDowell, Robert, shop keeper
McGeown, The Misses, dress makers
McGeown, James
Rollins, George, tailor
Ruddell, Thomas, grocer, Bateson Arms Hotel
Smartt, Joseph, woollen draper
Stewart, James, carpenter
Titterington, Edward, sexton of church
Turkington, Thomas, carter
Turtle, James, baker
Waddell, Coslett, lime burner, whiting works, tile and brick works
Watson, The Misses, milliners and dress makers
Weir, John, weaver



          Is an important market town, the Assize town for its county, forty three miles S.W. by W. from Belfast. The town consists of one principal square, and of several streets diverging from it. The County Courthouse is a handsome building. Her Majesty's Prison is a most substantial building. The County Infirmary occupies an elevated situation. There is a Fever Hospital about a quarter of a mile from the town. At the north entrance are the Cavalry Barracks and Union Workhouse. The principal trade is the exchange of general merchandise for agricultural produce of the surrounding country. The Belfast, Ulster, Provincial and Hibernian Banks, have branches here; there is also a Savings Bank. The Parish Church is a handsome structure in the later English style of architecture, with a square tower surmounted by a spire. The interior contains some handsome monuments and marble tablets. There is a Presbyterian church, and the Methodists also have churches. The Roman Catholic chapel adjoins the town. There are some good public schools. At the end of North Street is a large Model School; and near to it is the Great Northern Railway. There are two newspapers published here; the Northern Standard, and the People's Advocate. A Lunatic Asylum has been erected, capable of holding 100 patients. Petty Sessions Court held on each Tuesday. Quarter Sessions four times and Assizes twice each year. The market days are Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday - the first for the usual articles of consumption, the two latter for corn. Fairs, the first Monday of every month. Population of the town in 1881, 3,369.

Post Office, Diamond - J. Mitchell, postmaster
Constabulary Station, Glasslough Street - County Inspector, Mason Alcock; district inspector, T. Fitzsimon
H. M. Prison, Hill Street
Court House, Church Square
Excise Office, at Mr. Murrays, Mill Street
Stamp Office, Diamond - E. Donnelly, distributor

Places of Worship

Church of Ireland, Parish Church, Church Square - Rev. R. S. O'Loughlin, rector; Rev. Mr. smith, curate
Presbyterian Church, Ballinalbany - Rev. S. H. Orr, The Manse
Presbyterian Church, Meeting House Square - Rev. J. A. Allison
Wesleyan Methodist Churches, Market Street and New Road - ministers various
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. M. Martin, adm.


Banks - Belfast Banking Co., Ltd., Dublin Street, J. McClatchie, manager; Provincial Bank of Ireland, North Street, J. F. Elliott, manager; Ulster Banking Co., Ltd., A. McCartney, manager; Hibernian Banking Co., J. F. Pinchan, manager; Savings Bank, Hill Street, Henry Rogers, manager
Dispensary, Mill Street - Walter Swan, M.D., medical officer
Fever Hospital - Treasurer, J. Johnston; surgeon, J. C. Hall, M.B.; apothecary, M. Whitla
Infirmary - Surgeon, Andrew K. Young, M.D.
Ulster Canal Carrying Company - Mr. Adams, C.E., in charge
Union Workhouse, Kilnacloy - Master F. Loughhead; matron, Miss Reed; surgeon, Dr. Hall; Church of Ireland chaplain, Rev. R. S. O'Loughlin; Presbyterian chaplain, Rev. J. A. Allison; Roman Catholic chaplain - Rev. M. Martin
Monaghan Model School - Head Master, P. Lenahan; Head Mistress, Miss Hill; assistant, Mrs. Lenahan
The Misses Cinnamond's School, The Hill
Monaghan Collegiate School - Head Master, R. C. MacCulloch, B.A.


Alcock, Mason, C.I., R.I.C.
Allison, Rev. J. A., North Street
Carroll, William, C.E., county surveyor
Donnelly, Right Rev. Dr., Roman Catholic Bishop of Clogher, Chapel House
Dunwoody, J. F., solicitor, Hill Street
Elliott, J. F., North Street
Evat, S. R. B., D.L., J.P., Mount Louise
Fiddis, Captain, Hollywood House
Fiddis, James, Kilturk
Fiddis, Joseph, Clanmully House
Fitzsimons, T., D.I., R.I.C., North Street
Hall, Dr., North Street
Hamilton, Dacre, M.A., J.P., D.L., Cornacassa
Hamilton, Mrs., Cornacassa
Henderson, William, J.P., Bessmount Park
Henry, Dr. James
Irwin, Mrs., Townview
Jackson, Joseph, Dublin Street
Johnston, John, deputy clerk of peace, Mill Street
Kane, William, T. D., J.P., Drumreaske House
Lloyd, Lieut.-Col. Jesse, J.P., Ballyleck
Lucas, E. S., Castleshane
Murdoch, Robert, Clerk of Crown
Murray-Ker, André A., J.P., Newbliss
Murray, William, J.P., Beech Hill
McCulloch, R. C., B.A.
McMullin, Dr. J.
O'Loughlin, Rev. R. S.
Parke, R. H., LL.D., Swan Park
Richardson, Captain T. F., J.P., Poplar Vale
Ross, James M., Liscarney
Ross, J. B., solicitor, Hill Street
Rossmore, Lord, J.P., Rossmore Park
Rush, Matthew G., surgeon, Church Square
Smith, Rev. T., Kilnacloy
Swan, Dr. J. H.
Swan, Walter, Hill Street
Swan, W. H., Sub-Sheriff
Waddell, W. C., Lisnavane House
Watson, William, Gallina
Westenra, Hon. Peter, J.P.
Wright, Joseph, attorney, Mill Street
Yelvin, Dr.
Young, A. K., M.D., Rowantree Terrace
Young, E. A., C.I., land surveyor, Glasslough Street


Black, Robert, spirit dealer, Market Street
Blackburn, George, grocer, Diamond
Blakeley, R., Dublin Street
Beckingham, Charles, lodgings, Dublin Street
Brady, Patrick, lodgings, Park Street
Breakey, H., linen draper, Church Square
Breakey, H. J., shoe maker, Mill Street
Breakey, Humphrey T., haberdasher, Diamond
Brennan, A., publican and grocer, Glasslough Street
Brown, Robert, lodgings, Market Street
Burnside, Samuel, baker, Market Street
Callaghan, Thomas, Hill Street
Campbell, Mrs., painter and glazier, Market Street
Carbon, Patrick, cooper, Park Street
Carlisle, Hugh, Stag Hotel, Dublin Street
Carroll, William, North Street
Carty, Patrick, lodgings, Market Street
Cassidy, Patrick, lodging house, Dublin Street
Clarke, Richard, china and delph, Market Street
Condell, George, timber merchant
Condel, Thomas, grocer, Church Square
Conlon, Rose A., lodging house, Glasslough Street
Connolly, James, lodgings, Park Street
Connolly, John, lodgings, Market Street
Connolly, Miss, draper, Market Street
Cooke, James, Glasslough Street
Corrigan, B., tailor, Dublin Street
Corrigan, Mrs., Market Street
Courtenay, Miss, dress maker, Hill Street
Crozier, James, watch maker, Dublin Street
Crumley, Wm., publican, Diamond
Curran, The Misses, Hotel, Mill Street
Daly, John, Market Street
Deighan, Peter, spirit dealer, Church Square
Donnelly, Edward, woollen draper and stamp office, Church Square
Dougherty, Francis, lodgings, Market Street
Drum, Roger, painter, Mill Street
Duffy, James, grocer & innkeeper, Glasslough Street
Duffy, Patrick, painter, Dublin Street
Dugan, Thomas, spirit dealer, Park Street
Dunwoody, Samuel, draper, Diamond
Edgar, Samuel, butcher, Dublin Street
Evans, Francis, painter, Dublin Street
Farry, Catherine, lodging house, Dublin Street
Fenning, Peter, publican, Dublin Street
Garity, Patrick, haberdasher, Glasslough Street
Garrity, B., pawn broker, Diamond
Gillespie, Wm., Church Square
Gillanders, T., saddler, Dublin Street
Graham, Bros., wholesale spirit store, Diamond
Graham, R., iron monger and news agent, Diamond
Greacan, R., proprietor, Westenra Arms Hotel
Griffin, William, coach maker, Diamond
Gunn, James, cattle dealer, Park Street
Hanna, Richard, posting establishment, Mill Street
Harrison, Edward, tinsmith, Market Street
Hartley, Ann, lodgings, Mill Street
Henry, Thomas, grocer, Diamond
Hetherington, James, lodgings, Park Street
Hughes, Francis, baker, Dublin Street
Hughes, Sergeant, lodgings, Market Street
Irwin & Preston, coach builders, Glasslough Street
Jackson, Henry G., grocer, Dublin Street
Jacobs, J. W., organist, Episcopalian Church
Johnston, John, land agent, Mill Street
Joy, Thomas, Glasslough Street
Kane, Patrick, Market Street
Keiran, Bernard, leather cutter, Park Street
Keiran, Bros., grocers and bakers, Park Street
Kelly, Elizabeth, spirit dealer, Market Street
Kelly, Peter, spirit dealer, Mill Street
Kennedy, Ross, publican
Keown, James, grocer, Dublin Street
Keown, Thomas, chemist, Mill Street
Kernaghan, Thomas, North Road
King, Mrs., baker, Dublin Street
Kirk, Michael, Hill Street
Lardner, T., Diamond
Leeman, H. G., woollen draper, Diamond
Little, Thomas, woollen draper, Dublin Street
Logue, William, Glasslough Street
Maclin, John, butcher, Dublin Street
Magee, James, draper, Church Square
Maguire, John, butcher, Glasslough Street
Maguire, John, butcher, Dublin Street
Marley, Essey, fish monger, Market Street
Martin, James, hide dealer, Shamble Square
Martin, John, spirit dealer, Park Street
Martin, Hugh, spirit stores, Church Square
Martin, Matilda, bonnet maker, Park Street
Martin, William, Hill Street
Meegan, Joseph, draper, Dublin Street
Milligan, Mrs., grocer and leather dealer, Market Street
Mitchell, James, draper, Market Street
Mitchell, J. & E., woollen drapers, Market Street
Mitchell, Joseph, Mill Street
Mitchell, Joseph, woollen draper, Diamond
Mitchell, Miss M., Hill Street
Mitchell, Thomas, grocer, Diamond
Mitchell, William, Glasslough Street
Moore, William, Mill Street
Mullen, James, coal merchant, Park Street
Mullen, James, lodgings, Park Street
Mullen, J. M., spirit dealer, Park Street
Mulligan, Mary, lodgings, Market Street
Mulligan, Mary A., boot and shoe maker, Park Street
Mulligan, Thomas, lodgings, Park Street
Murdoch, Jane, earthenware dealer and grocer, Glasslough Street
Murphy, George, butcher, Dublin Street
Murphy, Mrs., spirit store, Dublin Street
Murphy, Edward, baker, Dublin Street
Murphy, Matthew, tin worker, Dublin Street
Murphy, William, tinsmith, Dublin Street
Murray, Margaret, horse dealer, Mill Street
McAleese, Daniel, Hill Street
McAnalley, Owen, draper, Church Street
McAree, Andrew, grocer, Market Street
McCann, Stephen, grocer, Glasslough Street
McCardle, Ann, lodgings, Park Street
McCarney, L., milliner and haberdasher, Dublin Street
McCarron, Catherine, lodgings, Shamble Square
McCarron, Jane, lodgings, Park Street
McCarron, John, baker, Glasslough Street
McCarron, Margaret, lodging house, Shamble Square
McCarron, Rose, lodgings, Park Street
McCasker, Francis, lodgings, Park Street
McCleery, Francis, spirit dealer, Dublin Street
McClelland, Samuel, whitesmith, Shamble Square
McConnell, William, lodgings, Park Street
McCormack, Francis, publican, Dublin Street
McCormick, J., blacksmith, Glasslough Street
McCoy, Ann, grocer, Diamond
McCready, Mrs., leather merchant and grocer
McCulloch, Mrs., leather cutter, Dublin Street
McCurley, Peter, butcher, Dublin Street
McDowell, Nicholas, clerk, Glasslough Street
McDowell, W., shoe and leather store, Dublin Street
McElmea, Mrs., Dublin Street
McElmeel, Margaret, lodgings, Glasslough Street
McElnea, Thomas, carpenter, Dublin Street
McEnally, Owen, woollen draper, Church Square
McEnally, Patrick, lodgings, Market Street
McEntee, P., whip maker, Dublin Street
McEntee, Patrick, blacksmith, Park Street
McFadden, Francis, butcher, Dublin Street
McFadden, James, butcher, Dublin Street
McGarrity, B., clothes store, Glasslough Street
McGarrity, Patrick, publican, Glasslough Street
McGinnis, James, flax dresser, Market Street
McGinnis, P., lodgings, Dublin Street
McGinnis, Terence, flax dresser, Park Street
McGlue, John, leather merchant, Dublin Street
McGough, R., grocer, Dublin Road
McGowan, William, chandler, Glasslough Street
McGuire, George, butcher, Glasslough Street
McGuire, J., town sergeant, Glasslough Street
McGuire, Michael, lodgings, Shamble Square
McGuire, Patrick, spirit stores, North Street
McGuirk, P., inn keeper and coal merchant, Mill Street
McGuirk, Patrick, baker, Mill Street
McKenna, J., spirit dealer, Park Street
McKenna, John & Jas., tea merchants, Market Street
McKenna, Sarah, grocer, Market Street
McKenna, Thomas, saddler, Dublin Street
McKenna, Wm., grocer, Dublin Street
McKeown, M., provision dealer, Glasslough Street
McMahon, Patrick, lodgings, Park Street
McMeel, Owen, Glasslough Street
McNally, B., spirit dealer, Market Street
McPhillips, Bernard, Mill Street
McQuade, Henry, draper, Glasslough Street
McWilliams, Wm., solicitor, North Street
Nolan, John, contractor, Mill Street
Owens, John, lodgings, Park Street
Patton, David, grocer, spirit dealer and ironmonger, Market Street
Porter, Isaiah, carpenter, High Street
Quigley, Richard, spirit dealer, Park Street
Quitty, T., delf store, Park Street
Rafferty, James, North Street
Rafferty, John, grocer, Market Street
Rafferty, Patrick, flax buyer, Mill Street
Redick, John, Glasslough Street
Rice, James, car proprietor, Hill Street
Rodgers, Harry, land agent, Hill Street
Ryan, Wm., blacksmith, Mill Street
Scanlon, T., grocer and stationer, Glasslough Street
Sherry, Hugh, spirit dealer and grocer, Dublin Street
Sherry, Mrs., lodgings, Mill Street
Simms, The Misses, haberdasher, Diamond
Skelton, Benjamin, gunsmith, Market Street
Sloey, Bridget, baker, Market Street
Slowey, Bernard, baker, Park Street
Slowey, Charles, baker, Market Street
Smith, Thos., grocer and publican, Market Street
Stewart, John, carpenter, Hill Street
Sullivan, Bridget, spirit dealer, Park Street
Swan, William, auctioneer, proprietor Northern Standard, Diamond
Temple, The Misses, Hill Street
Thompson, Robert, saddler, Glasslough Street
Tierney, Francis, publican, Glasslough Street
Toner, Bernard, haberdasher, Diamond
Townhall and County Club Room
Treanor, Charles, slater, Park Street
Treanor, Ellen, lodgings, Mill Street
Treanor, John, inn keeper and grocer, Dublin Street
Tucker, Drum-major, Mill Street
Tyldesley, J., lodgings, Market Street
Ward, Luke, tailor, Park Street
Warner, J., glass and china warehouse, Church Square
Westenra Arms Hotel, Diamond
White, Robert, spirit dealer, Glasslough Street
Whitla, Meredith, druggist, Diamond
Wild, Mr., organist, Roman Catholic Cathedral
Wilson, R., plumber, Dublin Street
Woods, Charles, publican, Shamble Square
Woods, Henry, Mill Street
Woods, J., butter merchant, Market Street
Woods, John, jun., baker, Market Street
Woods, Rose, haberdasher, Dublin Street



          Is in the County Derry, 32 Irish miles W.N.W. from Belfast. The town and a large tract of the adjacent country are the property of the Drapers' Company, London, who have greatly improved it and surrounding district. Petty Sessions are held on the first Tuesday in each month. The whole estate belonging to the Company comprises 56 townlands. The Parish Church of Desertlyn, in the town, is a very elegant structure in the Norman style of architecture, erected in 1832, at an expense of £6,000, wholly defrayed by the Drapers' Company. The Drapers' Company, also built at their expense the Rev. Dr. Barnett's Presbyterian Church, at a cost of £4,000, and subscribed liberally to the building of the Rev. W. Sharp's Presbyterian Church. Since the estate came into their possession, they have expended £50,000 in the improvement of the town of Moneymore alone, exclusive of about £100,000 upon other portions of their property. The weekly grain market is held on Friday, and the fair is held on the 21st of every month. Population in 1881, 588.

Post Office - Miss E. Elder, postmistress; Miss Abernethy, assistant
Drapers' Company's Office - Sir W. F. Lenox-Conyngham, Spring Hill, agent; James L. Cooney, clerk; Henry Byrne, forester and agriculturist
Magistrates - Lieut.-Col. Sir William F. Lenox-Conyngham, Spring Hill; James Leeper, Wellbrook, and Thomas Meeke
Petty Sessions Clerk - Thomas Pattleton

Places of Worship

Church of Ireland - Rev. W. Sparrow, M.A., rector
First Presbyterian Church - Rev. W. Reid; Second Presbyterian Church, Rev. J. W. Sharpe
Wesleyan Methodist Church - Ministers various
Roman Catholic Church - Rev. Thomas Larkin, P.P.; curate, Rev. P. Conlon

Public Institutions

Belfast Bank Ltd. (Cookstown Branch) - J. G. Donaldson, manager; open on Fridays and fair days
Drapers' Classical (Endowed) School - W. Crooks, A.B., master
National Male School - Wm. Porter, master; Robert Crooks, assistant
National Female School - Miss Orr, teacher; Miss Crooks and Miss V. C. Orr, assistants
National Infant School - Miss B. McLaughlin, teacher
Medical Profession - Wm. McIver, M.D., coroner attendant at Drapers' and Union Dispensary, and registrar of births, marriages, and deaths; Dr. Burgess, Dispensary, Coagh


Bell, Mrs., Boherbuoy Cottage
Burton, Rev. T., Ballyeglish Rectory
Coskery, Rev. A., Manse, Coagh
Irwin, Rev. A. S., Tamlaght Rectory
Jackson, Rev. J. J., Ballinderry Rectory
Larkin, Rev. Thomas, P.P.
Leeper, Mrs., Ashvale
McGuckin, R., solicitor, Craigdoon
Newtown, Robert, Coagh
Wallace, Rev. Robert, Ballygoney
Wilson, Rev. Thomas K., Lecumpher
Wright, Miss, Desertlyn Cottage
Yeates, Rev. George, Lissan Rectory


Agnew, Lindsay, painter and flesher
Bell, George, shipping agent
Bell, Robert, teacher, Gortagilly School
Blaney, Thomas, grocer and general merchant
Brooks, James, merchant tailor
Carnaghan, Mrs., Carndaisy National School
Costello, Hugh, grocer and spirit dealer
Davison, Mrs., grocer
Devlin, H., grocer, provision and coal merchant
Devlin, Patrick, lime merchant
Farley, Alex., Commercial Hotel
Faulkner, Sarah, grocer
Gilliland, James, blacksmith
Graham, N., horse shoer
Harbinson, Miss, spirit dealer
Harris, Annie, dress maker
Hogg, Hugh, Drapers' Arms Hotel
Loughry, J., cabinet maker, draper and china merchant
Magee, Mrs., spirit dealer
Megaw, James, flax and corn mills
Moran, William, shoe maker
Mulholland, James, butcher
McCullough, Miss, dress maker
McFarland, Mrs., grocer and china establishment
McIver, William, carpenter and millwright
McKee, Catherine, grocer, Moneyhaw
McKee, Robert, teacher, Ballindrum National School
McMillan, Mr., Carradaragh National School
O'Neill, David, grocer and shoe maker
Rankin, Robert, boot maker
Reid, Mrs., grocer, draper and outfitter
Sandford, Wm., V.S., Hammond Road
Stafford, Alexander, spirit dealer
Steele, Mr., station master
Stewart, John, tailor
Thomson, W. G., linen merchant, Coagh
Wilkinson, George, grocer and iron merchant


Trains from Belfast, Cookstown, Dublin, Londonderry, etc. (see Railway Guide).  Stationmaster, Mr. Steele.  In connection with mail trains, a car - "The Royal George" - conveys the mails and passengers to Coagh twice daily



          Moy is a small market town in County Tyrone, 49 miles S.W. from Belfast, situate on the river Blackwater, on the road from Armagh to Dungannon. It was designed in the year 1764, by the late Earl of Charlemont, the proprietor, after the plan of Marengo in Italy. Two quays on the river were erected by the Charlemont family, with extensive stores; and the Blackwater bring navigable from Lough Neagh for lighters of sixty tons burthen, an immediate communication is formed between Belfast and Newry, by the Lagan and Newry Canals, and with Lough Erne by the Ulster Canal. There is a Court House and News Room. Petty Sessions are held every second Wednesday. In the immediate neighbourhood are several extensive linen manufactories. The Parish Church is in the early English style, with a handsome square tower. There are places of worship for Presbyterians, Independents, Methodists and Roman Catholics. On an adjacent hill is Roxborough House, the beautiful residence of Lord Charlemont, originally commenced in 1774 by his uncle, the Hon. Francis Caulfield. On the first Friday of every month is held one of the best attended horse fairs in the North of Ireland.
          Charlemont, a market town in County Armagh, divided from Moy by the Blackwater River, over which is a neat stone bridge of five arches, built about 1706, and rebuilt in 1859 by the two counties - Tyrone and Armagh. It is a perfect model in style and architecture, and adds considerably to the towns it unites together, as well as the magnificent entrance of the Earl of Charlemont, which it immediately adjoins. The Castle was built in 1602. The town participates with Moy in the linen manufacture. A new church was erected in 1833, on ground given by Lord Charlemont. It is a handsome structure, resembling in front one of the grand altars of Yorkminster. The celebrated and pious John Wesley frequently preached in Charlemont, and occasionally in the fort.

Post Office, Charlemont Square, Moy - John Morrison, postmaster.  Letters from Dublin, the South of Ireland, England and Scotland, arrive every morning at 1-30 and mid day at 11-45 and are despatched at 2-20 p.m., and 11 p.m. Cross post despatched at 7-50 a.m.
Constabulary Station, Charlemont Square, Moy - Constable John Little

Places of Worship

Church of Ireland, Moy - Rev. E. W. Hobson, M.A., rector.  Charlemont - Rev. J. Watson, incumbent
Presbyterian Church, Moy - Rev. J. Rea
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Moy - Ministers various
Independent Chapel, Moy - Ministers various
Roman Catholic Chapel, Moy - Rev. M. Coyne, P.P.; Rev. P. Markey, C.C.

Public Institutions

Church National Schools, Moy - M. Parks, teacher;  Charlemont, John Divine, teacher
Chapel National School, Benburb Street - John Byrne, teacher
Young Ladies' School - The Misses Smart, teachers
Presbyterian National School - J. L. Doak, principal


Aird, Archibald, Charlemont
Bond, Walter M., J.P., The Argory
Browne, Dr., M.D.
Bruce, J., D.L., Benburb Castle
Campbell, Rev. A. J.
Charlemont, Earl of, Roxborough House
Chomley, Mrs., Grange Park
Clarke, Robert, J.P., Charlemont
Clements, Rev. Mr., Benburb
Coyne, Rev. Michael, P.P.
Crothers, John, Blackwatertown
Davidson, jun., Thomas, Lisroan House
Davidson, Miss, Moy
Dobson, John, Moy
Dobson, Mrs. Anna, Moy
Elliott, Miss, Grange, Moy
Eyre, Miss, Maydown
Fergus, Dr. S., M.D.
Goodlatte, Alfred, J.P., Salem Lodge
Greer, Mrs., The Grange
Hobson, Rev. E. W.
Lloyd, Averill, Benburb
Markey, Rev. P., C.C.
McNeece, Rev. James, Clonfeacle Glebe
Nicholson, C. J., Cranagile House, Loughgall
Orr, Messes., Benburb House
Phipson, Cecil B., J.P., Moy
Powell, Miss, Grange
Rea, Rev. J.
Richardson, John, J.P., Trew Cottage
Ryan, Dr., M.D.
Verner, Sir William, Bart., Churchill
Watson, Rev. J.


Aiken, Jackson, spirit dealer
Alderdice, Joseph, grocer, haberdasher, &c., Charlemont
Barcrofts, Messrs., Redford Mills, Moy
Beatty, Thos., grocer, Blackwatertown
Blair, David, carpenter, Moy Square
Burns, John, spirit dealer and tailor, Moy Square
Carson, Thomas, letter carrier, Dungannon Street
Courtney, John, station master, Trew
Crawford, John, nailer, Moy Square
Daly, Sarah, spirit dealer, Dungannon Street
Davidson, Ann, straw bonnet maker, Dungannon Street
Davidson, John, spirit dealer, Dungannon Street
Dawson, Robert, spirit dealer and boot and shoe maker, Charlemont Street
Dilworth, Wm. John, spirit dealer, Killyman
Enser, Charles, Ardress, Loughgall
Ferguson, Joseph, saddler, Moy Square
Fitzpatrick, John, mason, Dungannon Street
Forbes & Irwin, hemstitching factory, Charlemont
Forrest, Miss, hotel, Moy Square
Frizelle, Thomas, gas manager, Charlemont
Grimason, J., spirit dealer, Charlemont
Grimason, Thomas, tailor, Charlemont
Hagan, Thomas, spirit dealer and grocer
Hall, James, hotel, news agent, Moy Square
Hannon, Margaret, spirit dealer, Charlemont
Haydock, James, grocer, ironmonger, and ship owner, Charlemont Street
Hazelton, Dawson, Killyman
Heather, J., clerk of Petty Sessions, Charlemont
Henry, James, blacksmith, Charlemont
Hobson, George, hardware and toy shop, Killyman Street
Hobson, Samuel H., haberdasher, Killyman Street
Hobson, Mrs., posting establishment, Moy Square
Hughes, Jas., tailor and spirit dealer, Killyman Street
Igoe, William, horse trainer
Jamison, William, marine store, hotel, and posting establishment, Charlemont
Jenkinson, Thomas, Moy Square
Jones, William, carpenter, Moy Square
Kelly, John, spirit dealer, Charlemont Street
Kilpatrick, John E., mason, Dungannon Street
Lavery, Marriott, Moy Square
Locke, Wm., tailor, Charlemont Street
Lutton, John, farmer and horse dealer
Mooney, Thomas B., Charlemont
Morrison, J., baker, grocer, postmaster, woollen draper, &c., Moy Square
Mulgrew, John, blacksmith, Moy Square
Murdock, Robt., spirit dealer, grocer, hardware, woollen draper, and general merchant, Moy Square
Murphy, Thomas, flesher, Killyman Street
Murray, Thomas, posting establishment
Murray, Wm., draper & grocer, Charlemont Street
McConnell, Hugh, carpenter and blacksmith, Charlemont Street
McDowell, William, grocer and tin warehouse, undertaker, Killyman Street
McKean, R. & H., linen manufacturers, Benburb
McKell, Miss J., grocer, Charlemont
McKell, Miss, grocer and baker, Dungannon Street
McKenna, Francis, carpenter, Killyman Street
McKerney, May., woollen draper, milliner, dress maker, and grocer, Moy Square
McNeice, Mrs., Listamnet
Oakley, Henry, posting establishment, Killyman Street
Reid, Mary, haberdasher, Charlemont Street
Robinson, George, painter, Dungannon Street
Robinson, R., linen manufacturer, Killyman Street
Rolston, Brown, linen manufacturer, Aughinlig
Sheils, Mrs., Moy Square
Somers, Mrs., grocer and hardware, Moy Square
Tohall, Henry, grocer and hardware, agent for Gilbey & Co., Charlemont Street
Tomney, Owen, spirit dealer, Killyman Street
Weir, George, boot and shoe maker, and spirit dealer, Killyman Street
Whitley, John, refreshment rooms, Moy Square


Railway from Portadown to Dungannon, stopping at Trew Station - Moy being two miles from the latter, at which station a car from the hotel, Moy, attends the trains to accommodate passengers travelling to and from Moy
The Canal Co. continues carrying goods.



          A fashionable watering seaport in the County Down, about twenty six miles from Belfast, and picturesquely situated on the shore of Dundrum Bay, whilst behind it rise the long range of Mourne mountains, Slieve Donard overtopping the village by 3,000 feet above the sea level. At its foot is Donard Lodge, the residence of the Dowager Countess Annesley, surrounded by a large and beautiful demesne, to which the public have free access. There are many handsome private residences, and numerous desirable lodging houses. The "Annesley Arms" is a really first class hotel, its proprietresses, the Misses Trowsdale, showing every care for the comfort of visitors. Near it are the Baths, where hot, cold, or shower can be obtained at pleasure. The "Bellevue" Hotel, (S. Abernethy, proprietor) is a fine building, well furnished and pleasantly situated. There are four places of worship, viz. - St. John's Church, Methodist and Roman Catholic Chapels. Central and facing the sea is a fine promenade, and farther on a good Chalybeate Spa, tastefully laid out. Good railway accommodation, to and from Belfast, affords cheap and convenient facilities for tourists, which are largely availed of during the summer months. The railway company have erected a large and commodious pavilion for the use of excursionists when the weather proves unfavourable. Adjoining this stands the Railway Refreshment Rooms and Restaurant, recently enlarged and refurnished throughout, and whose admirable cuisine is under the capable direction of Mrs. Lawrence. Scarcely two miles distant is Tollymore Park, the beautiful seat and grand old demesne of the Earl Roden, whilst for miles around the scenery varies from the wild grandeur of the Ballagh Rocks to the long expanse of sandbanks, the favourite resort of the juvenile portion of the visitors. Recently an excellent Golf Course has been prepared on these sandbanks by the members of the Royal Belfast Golf Club and some local gentlemen, and on these Links this healthy game for old and young can now be thoroughly enjoyed. Population in 1881, 840.

Post Office, Mrs. Coulter, postmistress. Letters arrive at 8 a.m., and 6-15 p.m.; and are despatched at 9-15 a.m., and 6-15 p.m.
Coastguard Station - Lieutenant Roughton, R.N., inspecting commander; Mr. Daniels, chief boatman, and four coastguards
Constabulary Station - Sergeant McGee and four men
Endowed Schools - Samuel Clyde and Miss A. Clyde, teachers
National School - John Brogan, teacher

Places of Worship

Church of Ireland - Rev. J. H. Seymour, M.A., incumbent
Presbyterian Church - Rev. James Keers
Methodist Church - Rev. John Johnston
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. E. Watterson, P.P.


Andrews, Miss, Glenada Terrace
Annesley, Countess, Donard Lodge
Atkinson, Miss, Roslin Cottage
Beers, Mrs., Brook Cottage
Brush, George, J.P., Ardaluin
Brush, Richard, Marino
Cheyne, Mrs., 2 Annesley Terrace
Decluzeau, Miss, Arundel Terrace
Eager, Mrs., Burrendale
Gallagher, A., J.P., retired Dis. Inspector, R.I.C.
Gray, The Misses (late Major Gray), Glenada House
Hanna, The Misses, River House
Harshaw, Miss, Clonallon Terrace
Hayward, W., hon. sec. R.N. Lifeboat Inst.
Humphreys, Mrs., Rowallon House
Hyland, John, Hyland Lodge
Knox, Mrs., Shimnah
Magill, Robert, M.D., surgeon, Eyries
Martin, Miss, Eden Place
Murphy, Mrs., Rockmore
McCreight, A., The Crescent
McCreight, Miss, Arundel Terrace
McKay, T., 1 Annesley Terrace
McMordie, Robert, solicitor, Beresford Place
McWilliam, Mrs., 2 Bay View
O'Neill, Miss, Fisherwick House
Rea, Miss, Glenada Terrace
Ross, Lieut.-Colonel R. H.
Rowan, Mrs., Strand View
Savage, Miss, Fairleigh Terrace
Scott, Miss, private hotel, Havelock House
Seymour, Rev. J. H., Sunnyside
Shaw, Wm., J.P., Greenmount
Slacke, Colonel, Ashleigh
Smith, Rev. J. S.
Smyth, H., C.E., Eastern Villa
Smyth, Mrs., Armitage Place
Stuart, Mrs., Glenada
Thompson, Miss, 1 Bay View
Tyrrell, Mrs., Fairleigh Terrace
Wallace, W. N., Waterfoot House
Watterson, Rev. Edward, P.P.


Abernethy, Samuel, Bellevue Hotel
Barry, William, harbour master
Barry, Mrs., grocer
Beatty, William, Avoca Lodge, family grocer, fancy goods warehouse, spirit dealer and agent for the Belfast News-Letter and Belfast Weekly News
Camlin, Joseph, carpenter
Caughey, John, baker
Caughey, Patrick
Clyde, Miss, haberdashery
Collins, Daniel, baker and grocer
Coulter, Edward, contractor, painter & house decorator, Strandview
Coulter, John, painter, Woodside
Donnelly, John, blacksmith
Douglas, George, Marine Villa
Eagan, M., Scripture reader
Elliott, William, estate bailiff
Fagan, Thomas, mason
Farrel, Miss, dress maker
Foland, James, grocer
Gould, Richard, coal agent
Gray, Robert, tailor
Gray, Robert & Sons
Higgins, Michael, boot and shoe maker
Johnston, Edward, boot and shoe maker
Johnston, R., chemist, The Bazaar
Kennedy, Mrs., refreshments
Lawrence, Joseph, Railway Refreshment Rooms, Restaurant and posting establishment
Lowey, John, posting establishment
Lowey, Robert, posting establishment
Lowey, Robert, painter and house decorator
Macken, Mary, grocer and spirit dealer
Maxwell, William, mason
Menary, Miss, dress maker
Miles, Edwin, carpenter
Milles, R. J., spirit dealer, Parkview Hotel
Moore, Mrs., refreshments
Morrison, Robert, postman, King William's Terrace
Mulligan, John, farmer
McAlinden, Miss, grocer
McCracken, David, grocer
McKee, John, Temperance Hotel
McMullan, Mrs., milliner and dress maker
Neill, Mrs. A. J., dress maker
Neill, John & Frederick, joiners and builders
Russell, John, C.E., Eyrics
Smith, James, station master
Smith, Edward, tailor
Smith, Miss, dress maker, Fuchsia Cottage
Smylie, William, spirit dealer
Taylor, Margaret, grocer and spirit dealer
Thornton, R., posting establishment & tanner
Thornton, Joseph, Marine view, family grocer, seed and spirit merchant
Trowsdale, The Misses, Annesley Arms Hotel
Ward, John, butcher
Warne, Walter, fancy goods warehouse
Westerman, James, grocer


Cars leave railway station for Castlewellan at 9-30 a.m., 12-30, 2-15, and 6-30 p.m.; arrive from Castlewellan at 9-25 a.m., 12-25, 2-15, and 6-15 p.m. During the summer months a conveyance leaves for Ballyroney railway station at 9-30 a.m., and arrives at Newcastle from Ballyroney at 4 p.m.  Car service from Kilkeel each week day, arriving at 9-15 a.m. and 6 p.m.; leaves for Kilkeel at 9-30 a.m. and 6-30 p.m. In Summer an additional tourist coach arrives from Kilkeel at 2 p.m., returning at 4 p.m.



          Is an extensive market town and Parliamentary borough in Down and Armagh Counties, fifty miles N. by Dublin, and 30 from Belfast, comprising, within the Parliamentary boundary, 2,543 acres, of which 629 are in the town, and 1,914 in the rural districts. It is situated near the mouth of the Clanrye River, which discharges itself into Carlingford Bay, five miles from the town. There are eight bridges, four of which are stone, and cross the river which separating the Counties of Armagh and Down ; the others are iron and wooden drawbridges across the Canal. Newry is a very ancient town. In 1175, Maurice McLaughlin, King of Ireland, founded an abbey here, to which great immunities and endowments were granted, and afterwards confirmed by Hugh de Lacy, Earl of Ulster, in 1237. In 1689 the Duke of Berwick, to secure his retreat to Dundalk from the English forces, under the command of the Duke of Schomberg, set fire to Newry, and left it in a very destitute and ruined condition. The northern entrance of the town is adorned with a chaste and elegant obelisk of chiselled granite, erected in honour of the late highly-respected and generally lamented Trevor Corry, Esq., a favourite magistrate for many years. The Corry Arms, beautifully executed on Portland stone, appear on the north and south recesses, and eulogistic inscriptions on black marble are executed on the west and east sides of the monument. An ornamental miniature park has lately been arranged round this monument. It is neatly planted with all kinds of shrubs. Immediately opposite is a neat, capacious edifice, known as the Orange Hall, erected by the Orangemen of the district, on a site granted by the Marquis of Downshire, in which the meetings of that body are held. There is also a Masonic Hall. The public buildings are - two Protestant Churches (one of which was erected as far back as the reign of Elizabeth), five Presbyterian Churches (two of them connected with the General Assembly), one Methodist Church, one Independent Chapel, and three Roman Catholic Chapels, one Dominican Chapel, three Convents, two Court Houses, two Bridewells, Custom House, Union Workhouse, one Diocesan College (Violet Hill), Intermediate School, Scriptural Schools, Freemason Hall, National Model School, six other National Schools, and three Christian Brother Schools, Fever Hospital, Bank of Ireland, Town Hall, and Barracks. There are several corn, flour, two weaving factories and spinning mills, nine tan yards, three coach and car manufactories, iron and brass foundries, and spade and shovel manufactories. The Bessbrook and Newry Electrical Tramway is a notable means of transit which has been recently established. The other manufactories are linen, yarn, cotton, salt, iron, cordage, mineral water works, &c. Extensive water-works have been constructed at Camlough, and the town has an abundant supply of a prime necessary of life. Quarter Sessions are held here for the County Down portion of the town, as also in Ballybot, for a portion of the County Armagh. There is a fair on the first Monday of every month in that portion of the town, in the County of Armagh called Ballybot; markets on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Seven commodious market places have been laid out, and enclosed in a most substantial manner by the Town Commissioners. The borough returns one member to Parliament; constituency 2,400. The Bank of Ireland, the Belfast, the Northern, and the Provincial Banks have branches here. The port admits vessels of 2,000 tons burthen to Warrenpoint, five miles from the town, where the larger vessels remain, but those drawing fifteen feet of water can go up by ship canal to the Albert Basin, Newry. Barges ply by the Newry Canal Navigation to Lough Neagh, thirty two miles distant inland. The Newry Navigation Company have the management of the port and canal, the latter of which extends along the west side of the river, and that company are at present deepening the channel so as to admit of large ships, drawing 24 feet of water, discharging at the Doyle's Hole, beside the Victoria Locks. The Dundalk and Newry Steam Packet Company have done much to develop the trade of the town. A screw steamer sails twice each week from the Albert Basin for Ardrossan, and three splendid steamers ply twice a week between Newry and Liverpool. Newry is favoured by having railway communication with all parts of the country. Steam colliers trade between here, and the coal ports in England and Scotland. The principal exports are linen, cloth, grain, provisions, cattle, eggs, and butter. The paving, lighting and cleansing of the streets are vested in eighteen Town Commissioners, who have also the appointment of sanitary officers. The Town Commissioners own the Gas Works, and under the skilful management of a committee the town is well lighted. The cost of the gas is 4s. 7d per 1,000 cubic feet. In the neighbourhood of the town there are valuable quarries, and beautiful specimens of the highly polished marble and granite taken from the beds were greatly admired at the Philadelphia Exhibition. The excellent granite taken from the Moore Quarries, the property of Messrs. H. Campbell & Son, is highly appreciated. It presents a uniformity of texture and colouring, and it has this peculiarity - its colour, a rich grey, remains unchanged. Even the largest stones show few flaws. The blocks of granite were granted a very high award of merit at the Philadelphia Exhibition, 1876. The Bessbrook Company have also granite quarries in full working order close to Newry. The other principal quarry owners are Messrs. Samuel Cooper, R. Emerson, and McCullough. Population in 1881, 15,044.

Post Office, Hill Street - Postmaster and Stamp Distributor, Henry Loughran. Sugar Island Branch Office, Mark J. Doyle, sub-postmaster
Member for the Borough - J. H. McCarthy (P)
Local Magistrates - The Earl of Kilmorey, Glenmore House, Rostrevor; Col. Evanson, R.M., Courtenay Hill House; Henry Thomson, Altnaveigh; J. Q. Henry, Mourne Abbey, Kilkeel; J. F. Erskine, The Yews; William J. Hall, D.L., Narrow-water Castle; Maxwell C. Close, Drumbanagher Castle; A. C. Innes Cross, D.L., Dromantine; Francis Horner, Rostrevor; James McMahon, Bellevue House; Arthur McCann, Hill Street; Professor R. J. Anderson, M.D., Beech Hill; Geo. McCracken, Altmore House, Ormeau Road; John K. Todd, Sugar Island; S. Connor, M.D., Hill Street; Colonel Maguire, John Ross-of-Bladensberg, Edward Greer, Rostrevor; J. C. Quinn, Tower Hill; Peter Quinn, The Agency; C. F. J. Leslie, Killowen; H. G. Gray, M.D., Millvale; P. G. Carvill, B.L., Newry; R. Dempster, Abbey Yard; H. J. Wallace, Belvidere Lodge, Talbot Street; John J. O'Hagan, Abbey Yard; David Martin, Littleton; J. P. McNally, Hill Street; Abraham Wilson, Downshire House; P. J. Kelly, M.D., Heath Hall; R. Harpur, Divernagh House; W. Davies, Bessbrook; Samuel Gordon, Mount Kearney; Felix O'Hagan, Margaret Street; S. P. Cowan, J. S. Glenny, Glenville, Ardarragh; J. P. McLoughlin, Laurel Hill; James Fegan, Kilmorey Street


Robt. A. Mullan, office, Trevor Hill; residence, Cairn Hill. Thomas Carey, Marcus Square; residence, Warrenpoint.  Michael Denvir, Hill Street; R. G. O. Johnston, Trevor Hill; Alexander Gartlan, Needham Place; Hunter Moore, Needham Place; T. J. Marron, Hill Street; John Halpin, Needham Street; John Francis Small, Hill Street; Joseph Donnelly, Hill Street; MacCarthy Connor, Needham Place; James W. Savage, B.A., Trevor Hill; William Johnson, Marcus Square; Michael J. Magee, Hill Street


S. E. Martin, M.D., Trevor Hill; F. C. Crossle, M.D., Monaghan Street; B. B. Booth, M.D., Trevor Hill; S. Connor, M.D., Hill Street; J. Martin, M.D., Kilmorey Street; M. McCartan, M.D., Hill Street; A. McBride, M.D., Hill Street; Marc Savage, M.D., Ballybot; Professor Anderson, J.P., M.D., Beech Hill

Town Commissioners - West Ward - James McMahon, J.P., chairman; J. Rice, R. Dempster, J.P.; J. Livingston, James Sinclair, E. A. Lamb.  North Ward - A. W. Sinclair, J. K. Todd, J.P.; William Frazer, S. J. Murray, T. P. Willis and Joseph Fowler.  South Ward - John F. Small, A. McCann, Daniel Dowdall, M. J. Dowdall, J. Treanor, and T. J. Marron.  Solicitor, Thos. Carey; clerk, R. H. Doherty; assistant, W. J. Henning; town surveyor, J. L. D. Meares; collector, H. J. Livingston.  Meet every Monday morning at 11 o'clock. The monthly meeting is held at noon on the first Monday of each month, in the Boardroom, Marcus Square

Town Commissioners' Gas Works - Andrew Gibb, manager; John Kernaghan, secretary; William Eakin, collector

Places of Worship

Church of Ireland - St. Patrick's Church, incumbent, Ven. Archdeacon King, D.D.; curate, A. J. Johnston, B.A.; St. Mary's Church, Hill Street, incumbent, Rev. S. Smartt, A.M.; curate, Rev. J. Carolin
First Presbyterian Church, Sandy's Street - vacant;  Second Presbyterian Church, Downshire Road - minister, Rev. William Wylie.
Reformed Presbyterian Church, Riverside - Minister, Rev. A. S. Lyons
Methodist Church, Sandy's Street - Ministers, Rev. J. Donnelly and Rev. Samuel Allen
Independent Church, Trevor Hill - Minister, Rev. J. M. Johnston
First Presbyterian Church (Unitarian), Needham Place - Minister, Rev. John A. Crozier
Roman Catholic Pro-Cathedral, Hill Street, Roman Catholic Chapel, Chapel Street - Clergy, Most Rev. J. P. Leahy, bishop; Most Rev. Dr. Magivern, co-adjustor bishop; Rev. M. McConville, D.D., adm.; Rev. Murtagh McPolin, Rev. J. Carlin, Rev. John Rooney, Rev. Felix Maginnis.  Dominican Chapel, Ballybot, Rev. J. C. Lyons, Rev. D. Maginnis, Rev. B. Cranfield, Rev. R. F. Spence, and Rev. J. Murphy

Public Offices and Officers

Union Workhouse (Counties Down & Armagh) - Twenty two Electoral Divisions. Chairman, Major Hall, J.P.; vice chairman, W. M. Atkinson, Warrenpoint; deputy vice chairman, R. Harpur, J.P.; master, J. J. J. Wauchope; matron, Mrs. Wauchope. Board sits at noon every Saturday, in Boardroom
Coroners for the Newry Division - Armagh, John Francis Small, solicitor, Newry.  Down, A. Heron, M.D., J.P., Rathfriland
Custom - Newry - Collector, receiver of wrecks, superintendent of Mercantile Marine, Emra Holmes, Customs warehouses, Merchants' Quay, Canal Quay, Monaghan Street
Consuls - Wm. F. Redmond, Norway, Sweden, and Denmark; D. Mancini, Italy; J. Stokes, Germany
Notaries Public - J. H. Moore, R. G. O. Johnston
Surveyor of Income Tax - C. H. Alexander
Inland Revenue - Officer, T. H. Flood
County Surveyor - Newry, P. C. Cowan, Rostrevor; assistant, C. Kearney, 19 Caulfield Terrace
Petty Sessions Office for Newry and Ballybot, Hill Street - R. Erskine, clerk
Veterinary Portal Inspection - Mr. Smith, portal inspector; Martin Maher and Wm. Barker, licensing officers
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals - Inspector, Martin Maher, Carnegat, Newry
Registrars of Births, Deaths, and Marriages, Newry - A. McBride, M.D.; Fras. C. Crossle, M.B.; James Burns, and J. Thompson; superintendent registrar, Joseph Bell, clerk of union
Admiralty Commissioner - John Francis Small, Hill Street
Fever Hospital - Dr. Booth, surgeon
District-Inspector, R.I.C. - Walter M. Davies
Constabulary Barracks - Armagh side, Canal Street; Co. Down side, Hyde Terrace; and Church Street. Courts are held at Newry (Trevor Hill) weekly, Wednesday. Ballybot, weekly Monday, and a Borough Court, for the disposal of cases under the Towns' Improvement Act, sits every Friday morning, at eleven o'clock at the Courthouse, Ballybot. Jas. MacMahon, J.P., chairman; Robert H. Doherty, clerk
Banking Companies - Bank of Ireland, Trevor Hill, R. B. May, agent;  Northern Bank, Trevor Hill, R. F. Ferris, manager.  Belfast Bank, Trevor Hill, James McFarland, manager, H. V. Mervyn, sub-manager.  Provincial Bank, Hill Street, T. O'D. Kelly, manager, T. R. Harper, teller.  Newry Loan Company, Limited, office, 6 Trevor Hill; manager, Wm. Gillespie
Newry Baths Company, Limited - Directors, S. E. Martin, M.D. (chairman); James Henderson, A.M.; Daniel McCaffery, James Sinclair, Robt. H. Doherty, John C. Nicholson, J. McDowell, Joseph Bell, John Byrne, Wm. Gillespie; R. H. Doherty, hon. secretary; gymnasium instructor, Sergeant W. Cooke
Newry Navigation Company - G. R. Armstrong, secretary; W. H. Mitchel, cashier; offices, Canal Bank
Newry Fever Hospital, Rathfriland Road - Secretary, Robert A. Mullan; treasurer, James McFarland; physician, B. S. Booth, M.D., Trevor Hill
Bessbrook and Newry Electric Tramway Co. - H. Harrison, secretary and manager
Newry Volunteer Fire Brigade - W. Sinclair, captain, Sugar Island
Dundalk and Newry Steampacket Company - Newry office, Albert Basin.  Agent, J. P. McLoughlin, J.P.; cashier, J. Stokes; booking clerk, H. Crawford
Great Northern Railway Co. - Station master (main line), Mr. Agnew; station master (Goraghwood), Mr. W. Griffin; station master (Newry), Mr. Sloan; station master (Warrenpoint), Mr. J. Agnew
Dundalk, Newry, and Greenore Railway Co. - Mr. Nicholson, superintendent; station master (Bridge Street) Mr. Humphries


Intermediate School - Head master, W. Stoops, B.A.  Ladies' Intermediate School, Corry Square, principals, The Misses Day and Gillespie
St. Colman's College, Violet Hill - President, Rev. Henry O'Neill; professor, Rev. Hugh O'Neill
Newry Model School - Boys', W. D. Watt, head master; Thomas Doherty, assistant. Girls', Miss O'Connell, principal; Mrs. Rainey, assistant.  Infants', Miss Armstrong, principal
Windsor Hill Schools - Male, J. Bell, principal; Miss Nesbitt, assistant. Female, Mrs. Gillespie, principal; assistant, Miss J. Nesbitt
Inspector of National Schools - E. Macreanor
Commissioners for taking affidavits for the Supreme Court of Judicature - Michl. Denvir, solicitor, Hill Street; R. G. O. Johnston, solicitor, Trevor Hill; R. H. Doherty, Marcus Square
Commissioners for Improvement of Carlingford Lough - Office, Newsroom, Hill Street; and Greenore. Secretary, Thomas Smith
Commissioner for taking acknowledgments of married women to deeds - Michael Denvir, solicitor, Hill Street
Young Men's Institute Reading Room - Secretary, Jas. Thompson; treasurer, Thos. Irwin
Commercial Newsroom, Hill Street - J. Warnock, secretary and treasurer
Protestant Reading Room, Downshire Road; caretaker, S. Tweedie
Y.M.C.A., Athenaeum, Hill Street
Clanrye Club, The Mall
Catholic Club, Hill Street
Working Men's Reading Room, The Mall
The Newry Rowing Club, Groen Bank - Robert F. Maginnis, captain
Newry Total Abstinence Society - Hy. Barcroft, president; W. H. Hand, secretary
Newry Telegraph is published on the mornings of Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; printing office, 48 Hill Street; James Henderson, publisher. Newry Reporter (tri-weekly), Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; James Burns, publisher. Newry Standard, published weekly, on Fridays; office, Canal Parade; Rev. John Bryson, publisher


Victoria and Commercial Hotel, Hill Street - Mrs. Dawson, proprietress;  Imperial Hotel, Marcus Square - J. J. Byrne, proprietor;  White Cross Hotel, Margaret Street, Rooney Brothers, proprietors;  Newry Hotel, Corry Square - E. Sheridan, proprietor


Annett, Mrs., Needham Street
Armstrong, Miss, Sandys Street
Atkins, Miss, Downshire Road
Barcroft, H., The Glen
Blake, Rev. Thomas, Caulfield Terrace
Bryson, Rev. J., LL.D., Canal Street
Burrows, J., Bank of Ireland
Cardwell, Mrs., Caulfield Terrace
Carlin, Rev. James, Hill Street
Carolin, Rev. J. S.
Carter, Miss, Canal Street
Carvil, J., Downshire Road
Colpoys, Mrs., Downshire Road
Cordner, W. H., Hill Street
Cowan, Miss, Sheepbridge House
Cowan, P. C., C.E., county surveyor
Cranfield, Rev. B., The Priory, Ballybot
Crawley, J., Forrest Brook Factory, Buttercrane Quay
Crozier, Rev. J. A., The Manse
Davis, Francis, Bridge Street
David, Misses, Barrack Street
Dawson, Major, Hill Street
Denvir, Mrs.
Donnelly, Rev. James, Sandys Street
Dromore, Van. F. King, D.D., Archdeacon of, Downshire Road
Erskine, R., The Retreat
Erskine, Mrs., Sandys Place
Erskine, Misses, Sandys Place
Featherstonhaugh, H., Provincial Bank
Fennel, James, Dublin Bridge Mills
Ferris, R. J., Northern Bank
Frazer, Mrs., Downshire Road
Frazer, William, Frazerville
Glasgow, Mrs., Downshire Road
Gordon, George, Maryvale
Gordon, Mrs., Canal Quay
Greer, Mrs., Spring Hill
Hamilton, Mrs., Hill Street
Harper, J., Provincial Bank
Harris, F. W., Altnaveigh House
Henderson, James, M.A., 48 Hill Street
Irvine, Mrs., Trevor Hill
Johnston, Rev. A. J., B.A., Sandys Street
Johnston, Rev. J. M., Donaghmore
Kean, Miss, Basin Walk
Kelly, T. O'D., Provincial Bank
Lamphier, J., Bank of Ireland
Leahy, Most Rev. J. P. (Bishop), Violet Hill
Loughran, Miss, Trevor Hill
Loughran, Mrs., Hill Street
Lyons, Rev. A. S., Rockview Manse
Lyons, Very Rev. J. C., The Priory, Ballybot
Macreanor, E., School Inspector; res., Omeath
Magee, Mrs., Ashgrove
Magill, Miss, Annvale
Maginnis, Mrs., North Street
Maginnis, Rev. D., The Priory, Ballybot
Magivern, Most Rev. Dr. (Co-adjustor Bishop), Hill Street
May, R. B., Bank of Ireland
Meares, J. L. D., C.E., Bridge Street
Mervyn, H. V., Belfast Bank
Mitchel, W., Abbey Yard
Molloy, Mrs., Windsor Hill
Moore, F., Hill Street
Moore, Mrs., Cairn Hill
Mullan, R. A., Cairn Hill
Murphy, P., Marcus Square
Murray, Mrs., South Lodge
McBlain, The Misses, Trevor Hill
McCamley, Miss, Sandys Street
McConville, Rev. Dr., Administrator, Hill Street
McCullagh, J., Queen Street
McFarland, James, Trevor Hill
McGinness, Rev. Felix, Hill Street
McPolin, Rev. Murtagh, Hill Street
Nesbitt, Mrs., Downshire Road
Newell, Mrs., Downshire Road
Ogle, Miss, Windsor Hill
Ormsby, W. F., Crieve
O'Connell, Misses, Dromolane
O'Neill, Rev. Hugh, P.P., professor St. Colman's College
Quinn, Misses, Ballybot
Radcliffe, Miss, Caulfield Terrace
Rainey, Mrs., Canal Street
Rooney, Rev. John, Hill Street
Saunderson, Mrs., Sandys Street
Silcock, Mrs., Hill Street
Sinclair, A. W., Sugar Island
Smart, Rev. S., M.A., Downshire Road
Spence, Rev. R. F., The Priory, Ballybot
Stephens, J. T., Margaret Street
Stewart, Miss, Downshire Road
Swanzy, Mrs., Ivy Lodge
Thomson, Misses, Downshire Road
Waddell, Mrs., Trevor Hill
Walker, Mrs., Hill Street
Williams, Misses, Talbot Street
Wylie, Rev. Wm., Sandys Place


Acheson, R., Cecil Street
Adams, Thomas, grocer, Canal Street
Adams, Robert, draper, Margaret Street
Adams, Wm., painter, Canal Street
Agnew, Andrew (McBlain & Co.), mer., Hill Street
Agnew, Joseph, accountant, Hill Street
Aiken, J., builder, Monaghan Street
Alderdice, G. F. (Duncan, Alderdice & Co.), Needham Place
Allison, Bros., Drapers, Hill Street
Anderson, James, grocer, Canal Street
Anderson, John, timber broker, New Street
Anderson, John, auctioneer, Caulfield Terrace
Anderson & Co., grocers, Sugar Island
Anderson & McCrea, druggists, Hill Street
Andrews, John, relieving officer, Cecil Street
Angus, R., butcher, Water Street
Armour, Mrs., restaurant, Canal Street
Armstrong, G. R., secretary to Newry Navigation Company, Lisdrum House
Armstrong, John, tailor, Monaghan Street
Athenaeum Dining Rooms, Hill Street, William Murdoch, Proprietor
Baird, Robert, stone cutter, Mary Street
Ballinacraigy Granite Works - S. Cooper, proprietor
Balmer, R., car owner, Magennis Street
Balmer, Thomas, car owner, Kiln Street
Balmer, The Misses, dress makers, Sugar Island
Barclay & Hopkins, drapers & outfitters, Hill Street
Barker, Wm., portal inspector, Canal Street
Barr, Andrew, grocer, Canal Street
Barry, M., china merchant, Mill Street and North Street
Baxter, James, printer, Talbot Street
Baxter, Wm., tinsmith, North Street
Beatty, J., miller and grain merchant, Merchants' Quay
Bell, Joseph, principal, Windsor Hill N.S., Windsor Hill
Bell, Joseph, clerk, Newry Union Workhouse, Spring Hill
Bell, Robert, mechanic, Monaghan Row
Bell, Thomas, carter, Maginnis Street
Bennett, Bros., potato & seed merchant, Canal Quay
Bessbrook and Newry Electric Tramway - H. Harrison, sec.; office, Bessbrook
Bingham, Samuel, flax merchant, Sandys Street
Blair, Henry, brass founder, Canal Street
Boden, Mrs., spirit dealer, Lower Water Street
Bond, The Misses, music warehouse, Hill Street
Bond, Thomas, commercial traveller, Hill Street
Bourke, J., keeper, Ballybot Bridewell
Boyd, Andrew, car owner, Water Street
Boyd, Andrew, publican, Church Street
Boyd, David, tailor, Stream Street
Boyd, John, railway porter, Talbot Street
Boyd, Miss, dress maker, Talbot Street
Boyd, P., hardware merchant, Hill Street and Marcus Square
Boyd, Thomas, grocer, Needham Place
Boyle, Bros., grocers, Hill Street
Brady, John, carpenter, Maginnis Street
Brady, Allen, commercial traveller, Dromalane
Bradley, John, carpenter, Mill Street
Bradley, Bros., veterinary surgeons, Hill Street
Bradley, J., carpenter, Kilmorey Street
Brown, H., grocer, High Street
Brown & Sons, ornamental plasterers, Kilmorey Street
Brown, Architect, Kilmorey Street
Brown, Robt., pork merchant, Merchants' Quay
Buchanan, David, accountant, Windsor Hill
Bulger, E., confectioner, High Street
Bullock, Thomas, dealer, Chapel Street
Burns, James, proprietor Newry Reporter, Monaghan Street; residence, Queen Street
Burke, Patrick, Mary Street
Burnett, P., watch maker, Hill Street
Butler, Thomas, grocer, Bridge Street
Byrne, Arthur, & Co., drapers, North Street & Hill Street
Byrne, Charles, engine driver, Chapel Street
Byrne, John, ironmonger, North Street
Byrne, E. A., bakery and funeral under taker, Lower Water Street
Byrne, J. J., proprietor, Imperial Hotel, Newry
Byrne, Stephen, publican, Kilmorey Street
Calter, John, chief clerk, Post office, Kilmorey Street
Cameron, W. D., law clerk, Barrack Street
Campbell, Hugh, tanner and currier, Boat Street
Campbell, J., law clerk, Kilmorey Street
Campbell, Patrick, tanner and currier, Boat Street
Campbell, R., flour merchant, Hill Street
Campbell, Robert, meal and flour merchant, Mill Street; residence, Barrack Street
Campbell & Savage, drapers, North Street
Campbell, Wm., master painter, Mill Street
Cardwell, Joseph, auctioneer, Caulfield Terrace
Cardwell, Thomas, bill poster and advertising agent, Canal Street
Carswell, James, William Street
Carter, William, River Street
Cartmill, William, mechanic, Canal Street
Carty, Mrs., publican, William Street
Carvill, Bros., timber merchants, Buttercrane Quay
Castlebellingham Brewery Depot, Hyde Terrace
Casey, John, sea captain, Kilmorey Street
Catholic Club, Hill Street - James Synott, caretaker
Cavanagh, James, carpenter, Monaghan Street
Chambers, W. J., cabinet maker, Basin Walk
Channon, W. N., printer, Canal Street
Clanrye Club, The Mall
Clanrye Flour Mills - A. W. Sinclair, proprietor
Clarke, S. W., Draper and Merchant Tailor, Hill Street
Clarke, W. J., grocer, Hill Street
Clarke, Wm., dealer, Castle Place
Clarke & Whiteside, victuallers, Hill Street
Clarke, David, saddler, Water Street
Clarke, W. & Son, tobacco merchants, Margaret Street
Cleland, J. W., commission agent, Basin Walk
Clendenning, James, owner hemstitching works, Merchants Quay
Coleman, T. J., iron monger, North Street
Colgan, Patrick, dealer, Hyde Market
Collins & Co., printers, Hill Street
Collins, M., chandler, Castle Street
Collins, Henry, auctioneer and chandler, Hill Street
Colvin, James, clerk, River Street
Colvin, John, carpenter, Caulfield Place
Commercial Newsroom, Hill Street
Connell, James, carter, The Mall
Connellon, James, dealer, North Street
Connolly, Bernard, wine merchant, Hill Street
Connolly, James & John, furniture dealer, Mill Street
Connolly, P., wine and spirit merchant, Hill Street
Connor, S., M.D., J.P., Apothecary, Hill Street
Convery, Edward, carter, Castle Street
Cooper, Samuel, quarry owner, Derrylecka
Copeland, Miss, teacher, Stream Street School
Corcoran, Peter, delph & china merchant, Hill Street
Cordner, W. H., Hill Street
Corkey, Isaac, sec., Newry Foundry Co.
Corry, James, com. traveller, Lower Catherine Street
Cosgrove, Patrick, insurance agent, Chapel Street
Courtenay, Wm., law clerk, Talbot Street
Cowan, Isaac, carter, High Street
Cowan, James, potato dealer, Talbot Street
Craigmore Beetling & Weaving Mills, Craigmore - Manager, Mr. Adams
Craig, J. & Co., grocers, &c., Kildare Street
Cranny, Patrick, flax buyer, Merchants Quay
Crawford, R., butcher, North Street
Crawford, W., dealer, Castle Street
Crawford, W. J., com. traveller, Canal Street
Creaney, E., teacher, William Street N.S., William Street
Crilly, E., car driver, Monaghan Street
Crilly, James, butcher, North Street
Crilly, Peter, grocer, Queen Street
Crilly, Wm., publican, Monaghan Street
Crothers, R., clothier, Sugar Island
Cunningham Bros., plumbers, Hill Street
Cunningham, Isaac, builder & contractor, Canal Street
Cunningham, John, car driver, Boat Street
Cunningham, John, draper, Margaret Street
Cunningham, John, boot merchant, North Street
Cunningham, Michael, boot merchant, Hill Street
Cunningham, Thomas, publican, Mill Street
Curran, Henry, butcher, North Street
Curran, Hugh, marine store dealer, Castle Street
Curran, Hugh, butcher, Castle Street
Curran, John, butcher, North Street
Curran, P., stevedore, Queen Street
Cuyler, Miss, teacher, Ballybot School
Dalton, W. J., clerk, Canal Street
Damolly Weaving Factory, Damolly
D'Arcy & Co., Matt., Wine Merchants and Bonded Store Owners, Monaghan Street
Davies & Davies, dentists, Margaret Square
Davis, Mrs., Sandys Street
Dawson, Mrs., Hill Street
Day, Miss, ladies' school teacher
Day, Patrick, horse trainer, Caulfield Place
Dempster, R., J.P., mill owner; residence, Abbey Yard
Dempsey, Mrs., grocer, Sugar Island
Devlin, Mrs., victualler, Kildare Street
Dixon, John, house agent, Kilmorey Street
Dilger, John, boot and shoe merchant, North Street
Dobbin, Samuel, carpenter, Talbot Street
Doherty, R. H., town clerk; residence, King Street
Doherty, Richard, Custom House official
Doherty, Thomas, Model school master; res., Kilmorey Street
Donaldson, John, plumber, Hill Street
Donnelly, Mrs., publican, Sugar Island
Douglas, John, manager, spade factory, Sandy Street
Dowdall, D., tanner, Boat Street
Doyle, Mark J., Sub Postmaster and Seed Merchant, Sugar Island
Dromalane Spinning Mills - W. Rose, manager
Dublin Bridge Flour Mills - Mr. Shannon, manager
Duncan, Alderdice & Co., Wine Merchants, Hill Street
Duncan, S. (Duncan, Alderdice & Co.); res., Basin House
Dundalk and Newry Steampacket Co. - Offices, Albert Basin. J. P. McLoughlin, J.P., agent; J. stokes, cashier
Dymond, John, Emigration Agent, Merchants Quay
Eakin, Mrs., ladies' outfitter, Hill Street
Eakin, William, rent agent and Commissioners' collector for gas, Hill Street
Edward Street Spinning Mills - A. Wilson, proprietor; J. Johnston, manager
Egan, Richard, tobacconist, Hill Street
Elliott, W. P., engineer, Sands Street
Elliott, W., carpenter, Cowan Street
Emerson, Mrs., Sugar Island
Emerson, R. E., stone polishing works, Sugar Island
Ewen, Charles, monumental works, Monaghan Street
Ewing, Mrs., ladies' outfitter and dress maker, Margaret Square
Farrell, John, newspaper cor., Knocknorris Terrace
Fearon, Francis, toy warehouse, Upper North Street
Fegan, James, J.P., estate agent, Clanrye Cottage
Fegan, Thos., publican, Upper North Street
Fennell, James, Dublin Bridge Flour Mills; res., Warrenpoint
Ferguson, M. V., watch maker, Sugar Island
Ferguson, T. W., town inspector, Cecil Street
Ferris, R. F., manager, Northern Bank, Newry
Fisher, Joseph, shipping agent, Dublin Bridge
Fitzsimmons, Rd., law clerk, Sandys Street
Fitzsimons, James, draper, &c., Hill Street
Fleming, Samuel, plumber, gas fitter, &c., North Street
Flood, Mary, publican, Monaghan Street
Flood, W. H., excise officer, Caulfield Terrace
Ford, J., boot warehouse, North Street
Ford, W., grocer, North Street
Fordyce, J., auctioneer, 21 Hill Street
Foster & Co., Drapers and Merchant Tailors, Hill Street
Fowler, E., grocer, Talbot Street
Fowler, J., estate agent, Trevor Hill
Fowler, W., brick and tile manufacturer, Talbot Street
Frazer & Co., grain merchants and factors, Merchants' Quay
Frazer, W. (Frazer & Co.), Downshire Road
Gallagly, M., post office clerk, Corry Square
Gamble, R., fitter, gas works, Newry
Gibb, A., manager, gas works, Newry
Gilholy, B. M., organist, St. Mary's Church
Gilmer, H., painter, Talbot Street
Gillow, W., draper, Sugar Island
Glenny, J., pawn broker, Market Street
Glenny, Mrs., select lodgings, Needham Place
Gordon, Joseph, funeral undertaker, Mall
Gordon, J. & R., grocers, North Street
Gordon, Jas. G., provision merchant, Monaghan Street
Gordon, W. J., publican, Stream Street
Gracey, Jacob, jobbing carpenter, High Street
Graham, Robert, grocer, Kildare Street
Graham, W., superintendent locomotive department, G.N.R.
Grant, R., hairdresser, Hill Street
Gray & Son, book binders, Basin Quay
Gray, R., gardener, Canal Street
Greer, J., & Co., coal and seed merchants, Merchants' Quay
Griffin & Teasey, Misses, millinery warehouse, Hill Street
Griffin, George, accountant, Canal Street
Guy, Geo., emigration agent, Merchants' Quay
Hagan, H., clerk, Barrack Street
Hagan, S., grocer, Sandy Street
Halliday, T., toll collector, Needham Street Market
Hamilton, G., Caulfield Terrace
Hamilton, W. R., & Co., druggists, Hill Street
Hand, W. H., grocer, Monaghan Street
Hands, S., car owner, Sinclair Street
Hanna, S., grocer, Hill Street
Hanratty, B., publican, Market Street
Hanratty, S., publican, Boat Street
Hanratty, S., law clerk, Lower Margaret Street
Harcourt, W. R., pawn broker, High Street
Hardy, P., tailor, Castle Street
Harford, Geo., plasterer, Market Street
Harrison, G., agent B. & N. Tramway, Needham Street
Harrison, H., sec. B. & N. Tramway; res., Bessbrook
Harper, J., cashier, Provincial Bank; res., Sandy Street
Heaney, John, butcher, North Street
Heather, John, merchant, Water Street
Henderson, James, M.A., proprietor Newry Telegraph, 48 Hill Street
Hendren, Jas., Boot & Shoe Merchant and Manufacturer, Mill Street
Hennessey, C., cabinet maker, &c., North Street
Henning, C., cabinet maker, North Street
Henning, James, Downshire Road
Henning, Wm. J., assistant town clerk, Hill Street
Henry, J. C., ironmonger, North Street
Herd, J., locomotive superintendent G.N.R.
Herd, R., Tramway station, Edward Street
Hibernian Flour Mills, Catherine Street; F. O'Hagan, proprietor
Hill, E., boot and shoe maker, Hill Street
Holland, A., grocer, Canal Street
Hopkins, E. (Barclay & Hopkins), Hill Street
Hopkins, T., recruiting sergeant, Canal Street
Hudson & Toman, auctioneers, Mall
Hughes, John, pork butcher, Water Street
Hughes, Patk., coal merchant, Merchant's Quay
Hunter, M., lighter owner, Kilmorey Street
Hunter, J. A., mast and block maker, Buttercrane Quay
Hunter, W. J., coal merchant, Bridge Street
Imperial Hotel, Marcus Square
Ingram, Joseph, carpenter, Chapel Street
Irwin, Joseph, Stationer and Bookseller, Hill Street
Irwin, Thomas (Martin, Nesbitt & Irwin), Hill Street
Jennings, Patrick, publican, Margaret Street
Johnston, Adam, grocer, Canal Street
Johnston, Jos., carpenter, Barrack Street
Kane, James, tailor, Mary Street
Kane, T., boot maker, Hill Street
Kean, J., cork cutter, Mall
Keating, F., dyer, Mill Street
Kelly, B., grocer, Mill Street
Kelly, John, clerk hay and straw market
Kennedy, Matthew, manager of Castlebellingham brewery depot, Hyde Terrace
Kennedy, Robert, mechanic, Barrack Street
Kearney, C., C.E., assistant co. surveyor, Lower Catherine Street
Kernaghan, John, sec. gasworks, Kilmorey Street
Kinnear & Co., grocers, Kilmorey Street
King, James, publican, William Street
Kilbraith, John, mill manager, Caulfield Place
Kilpatrick, John, mechanic, Canal Street
Lamb, E. A., merchant, Monaghan Street
Lamb, Randal, proprietor Newry posting establishment, Abbey Yard
Lawson, C., coach builder, Hill Street (established 1740)
Ledlie & Co., drapers, North Street
Leeson, Mrs., woollen & fancy goods dealer and news agent, Hill Street
Lees', pianoforte and music warehouse, Hill Street
Lennon, Daniel, publican, Dublin Bridge
Little, Mrs., draper, North Street
Little, William, pawn broker, Castle Street
Livingston, Joseph, grocer, Queen Street
Livingston, H. J., rate collector, Queen Street
Lowans, Wm., mechanic, Dromalane
Lowry, Jeremiah, grocer, &c., Castle Street
Lucas, R. & E., proprietors Soho Foundry; residence, Warrenpoint
Lupton, Joseph, manager salt works
Lupton, C. F., coal merchant, Merchants' Quay
Lynch, Theodore J., organist, Queen Street
Mackin, T., publican, Lower North Street
MacDonnell, A., iron monger, Hill Street
Madden, B., grocer, Canal Street
Magee, A., carpenter, Chapel Street
Magee, Thomas, hardware merchant, Hill Street
Magee & Co., boot and shoe warehouse, Mill Street
Maginnis & Son, bakers, North Street
Magowan, W. & S., stationers, booksellers, and printers, Hill Street
Magrath, Misses, music teachers, Basin Walk
Magrath, Thomas, locksmith, Basin Walk
Magrath, W., locksmith, Mill Street
Mahood, D., builder, Monaghan Street
Mallon, L., grocer, Castle Street and Mill Street
Mancini, D., commission agent Lloyd's Austrian agent, Kilmorey Street
Mann, Mrs., lodgings, Canal Street
Mark, J., V.S., Monaghan Street
Mark, C. A., auctioneer, Monaghan Street
Marmion, Mrs., temperance restaurant rooms, Sugar Island
Marron, Patrick, Publican, Grocer, and Funeral Undertaker, Mill Street
Marron, T. J., solicitor, Hill Street
Marshall & Son, watch makers and jewellers, Hill Street
Marshall, The Misses, drapers, Sugar Island
Martin, H. Tempest, newspaper editor, Hill Street
Martin, J., clerk grain market, Corrinshego
Martin, Nesbitt & Irwin, tea merchants, Hill Street
Martin, David, J.P., Littleton
Martin, J., M.D., Kilmorey Street
Martin, S. E., M.D., Trevor Hill
Martin, W., car owner, Canal Street
Marron, Mrs., publican, Mill Street
Masonic Hall, Downshire Road, J. Hendren, caretaker
Mathews, J., grocer, North Street
Mawhinney, R., sea captain, North Street
Maxwell, George H., publican, Canal Street
Meares, J. L. D., C.E., town surveyor, Bridge Street
Mehaffy, H., commercial traveller, Cecil Street
Middleton, Mrs., registry office, Bridge Street
Miller, A., boot manufacturer, North Street
Moloughney, J., seed merchant, Needham Street
Monaghan Street Flour Mills - J. Beatty, proprietor
Moor Quarries and Polishing Works - A. F. Campbell, J.P., proprietor
Moore, Joseph, furniture dealer, Castle Street
Moore, F. & Co., grocers, Hill Street
Moore & Dunwoody, shipping agents, Soho Place
Moore, N., draper, Kildare Street
Moorhead, H. B., J.P., wine merchant, Downshire Road
Morrow, S. J., grocer, William Street
Mulgrew, J., butter and egg dealer, King Street
Mullan, R. A., solicitor, Trevor Hill
Mullan, Peter, draper and tobacconist, Hill Street
Mulligan, James, clothier, North Street
Municipal Hall - John Hamilton, caretaker
Murdoch, W., Athenaeum Refreshment Rooms, Hill Street
Murphy, James, publican, sugar Island
Murphy, Peter, & Son, tanners, Marcus Square
Murray, Mrs., Mill Street
Murray's Tanneries and Leather Stores, Mill Street
Murtagh, D., publican, Hill Street
McAker, J., spirit store, Castle Street
McAlinden, H., confectioner, Hill Street
McAlinden, J., confectioner, Hill Street
McAlpine, J., railway clerk, Canal Street
McArevy, J. J., furniture warehouse, Hill Street
McAteer, H., cabinet maker, Hill Street
McAvoy, B., publican, Lower North Street
McBlain & Co., Wine Merchants Wholesale and Family Grocers, Mineral Water Factors, and Bottlers, Hill Street
McBride, A., M.D., Needham Place
McCaffery, Daniel, grocer and publican, Canal Street
McCann, W., custom house officer, Catherine Street
McCann, A. & J., bakers, grocers, and publicans, Castle Street and Hill Street
McCartan, T., draper, Hill Street
McCartan, M., M.D., Hill Street
McCaw, J., printer, Sugar Island
McClelland, R., grocer, Castle Street
McClelland, Alex., seedsman, Hill Street
McClory, H., publican, Needham Place
McCombe, John, estate agent, Kilmorey Street
McConnell, W. J., manager, Frazer & Co.'s, Merchants' Quay
McConville, T., baker and grocer, Hill Street
McCormick, B., commission agent, Boat Street
McCormick, J., draper, Hill Street
McCormick, Mrs., publican, Hill Street
McCourt, John, seed & tow merchants, King Street
McCrink, H., publican, Merchant's Quay
McCutcheon, I. & J., grocers, Canal Street
McDade, George, printer, Kilmorey Street
McDade, Mrs., ladies' nurse, Kilmorey Street
McDowell, John, grocer, Water Street
McElroy, John, baker, Canal Street
McElvoy, Edward, furniture dealer, Market Street
McGlade, H., fowl dealer, Market Street
McGovern, S., clerk, New Street
McGuffin, J., leather merchant, North Street
McKenna, P., publican, William Street
McKeown, Mrs., clothier, Mary Street
McKevitt, Mary, publican and grocer, Market Street
McKevitt, John, publican and grocer, Market Street
McKitterick, Wm., baker, Canal Street
McKnight, J., posting establishment, Monaghan Street
McLaughlin, Thomas, conveyancer, Canal Street
McMahon, John, draper, Hill Street
McNally, J. & J. P., wine merchants and grocers, Hill Street and O'Hagan Street
McNeice, John, watch maker, Margaret Street
McParland, M., spirit merchant, Lower North Street
McStay, Mrs., draper, North Street
Nesbitt, James, contractor, Baggot Street
Nesbitt, John, mason, Baggot Street
Nesbitt, Misses, teachers, Windsor Hill
Nesbitt, Mrs., Windsor Hill
Neill, John, farmer's inn, Canal Street
Newry Baths Co. - R. H. Doherty, sec.
Newry Fever Hospital - Dr. Booth, physician
Newry Flour Mills, Hill Street - J. Redmond, manager
Newry Foundry Co. - Isaac Corkey, sec.
Newry Granite Polishing and Monumental Works, Sugar Island - J. E. Emerson, proprietor
Newry Gymnastic Club, Canal Street - Gymnasium instructor, Staff-Sergt. Cook
Newry Hotel, Corry Square - E. Sheridan, proprietor
Newry Intermediate School - W. Stoops, principal
Newry Loan Co. - W. Gillespie, manager
Newry Mineral Water Company, Downshire Road - J. Sloane, Secretary
Newry National Model School, Catherine Street
Newry Navigation Co. - Office, Godfrey Bridge; Geo. R. Armstrong, Secretary
Newry Protestant Orphan Society - Archdeacon King, hon. sec.
Newry Rowing Club - R. T. Maginnis, captain
Newry Salt Works Co., Sugar Island - J. Lupton, Manager
"Newry Telegraph" (Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday); James Henderson, Publisher
Newry Union Workhouse - Jos. Bell, clerk
Newry Young Men's Institute - J. J. Parker, caretaker
Newry & Kilkeel Steamship Co. - J. Fisher, sec.
Nicholson & Co., J. C., Tea Merchants, Kildare Street
Norton & Co., car office, Victoria Hotel yard
Orange Hall, Downshire Road - S. Tweedie, caretaker
Orr, William, & Sons, rope manufacturers, Sugar Island
O'Callaghan, James, tailor, Monaghan Street
O'Hagan, Felix, J.P., flour and seed merchant, Margaret Street
O'Hagan, John J., J.P. (Matt. Darcy & Co.); res., Abbey Yard
O'Hagan, P., publican and oyster saloon owner, Hill Street
O'Hare, John, builder and contractor, Caulfield Terrace
O'Hare, B., grocer, Upper Water Street
O'Hare, Hugh F., publican, Merchant's Quay
O'Hare, John, dealer, Kiln Street
O'Hare, John, grocer and wine and spirit merchant, Hill Street and Mall
O'Hare, Patrick, potato merchant, Castle Street
O'Hare, P., grocer, Water Street
O'Hare, Rose, publican, Castle Street
O'Kane, M., grocer & spirit dealer, Monaghan Street
O'Neill, J., posting establishment and publican, King Street
O'Rorke, Mrs. A., draper, Hill Street
Pace, Hugh, watch maker, Sandys Street
Parker, J. J., caretaker of Institute, Hill Street
Parker, R., agent, Talbot Street
Pearson, Thomas, com. traveller, Canal Street
Perry, George, clerk, Chapel Street
Pollock, R., reporter, 20 Caulfield Place
Porter, Matthew, publican, Sugar Island
Prenter, R., tailor, Bagot Street
Quinn, J., railway clerk, River Street
Quinn, Miss, house proprietor, Queen Street
Quinn, Patrick, carpenter, Chapel Street
Radcliffe, W., bank clerk, Caulfield Terrace
Rainey, Mrs., Model School teacher, Canal Street
Raphael, W., tailor, Sandys Street
Redmond, James, carpenter, Arthur Street
Redmond, W. F., & Co., timber merchants, Merchant's Quay
Reid, J., newsagent, Hill Street
Reid, William, tailor, Upper North Street
Reilly, John, newsagent, Margaret Street
Rennie, W., manager, Newry Foundry
Renshaw, John, grocer, Monaghan Street
Reynolds, J., Prudential insurance agent, Corn Mar(ket?)
Rice, B., saddler, Hill Street
Rice, James, mineral water manufacturer, Queen Street and North Street
Rice, Terence, gas meter overseer. Chapel Street
Richardson, John, umbrella maker, North Street
Ridges, R. A., mill manager, Dromalane Road
Riddle, W., bailiff, Queen Street
Rigby & Co., Boot Importers, Leather Merchants, Grindery Warehousemen, Hill Street
Robb, David, carter, The Mall
Roddie, F. W., accountant, Knockmorris Terrace
Rodger, McClelland, nurseryman, Hill Street
Rooney, Brothers, hardware merchants, Margaret Street
Rooney, Patrick, grocer and publican, King Street
Rooney & Co., Grocers and Spirit Dealers, and Wholesale Merchants, Merchants' Quay
Ross, W., mill manager, Caulfield Place
Rowland, R., foreman, Newry Telegraph
Russell, John H., law clerk, Newry
Russell, John, teacher of music and organist, Newry
Ryan, Andrew., pipe manufacturer, Edward Street
Ryan, E., grocer, Castle Street
Ryan, J., grocer, Castle Street
Sailors' Home, William Street
Savage, James, jun., & Co., coal & timber merchants, Merchant's Quay
Savage, Patrick, tailor, Hill Street
Savage, W. B., grocer & publican, Monaghan Street
Sands, James, labourer, Talbot Street
Sands, R., Merchants' Quay
Scott & Sons, G., wholesale family grocers and ammunition importers, Hill Street
Shannon, J. J., mill manager, Bridge Street
Sheridan, Titus, law clerk, Corry Square
Shimmons, Miss, dress maker, Needham Street
Shimmons, Wm., mill manager, Needham Street
Shimmons & Co., coal merchants, Merchants' Quay
Sievwright, J. D., customs officer, Basin Walk
Sinclair, A. W. (Sinclair & Son), Sugar Island
Sinclair, James, pork merchant, Canal Street
Sinclair & Son, millers & grain merchants, Sugar Island
Sloan, Bernard, butcher, &c., Hill Street
Sloan, E. C., jeweller & optician, Hill Street
Sloan, H., station master, Corry Square
Sloan, James, mechanic, Caulfield Place
Sloan, Jno., secretary Mineral Water Company; residence, Monaghan Street
Small, Peter, baker, Castle Street
Smith, J., miller, Canal Street
Smith, M., plumber, Marcus Square & Water Street
Smith, T., Daisy Hill Nurseries
Smith, W. C., govt. vet. inspector, Sandys Street
Stewart, Donald, fish merchants, Canal Quay
Stewart, Isaac, coach factory, William Street
Stewart, John, seed merchant, Canal Quay
Stokes, J., cashier D. & N. Steam Packet Company, and German consul agent
Stoops, W., principal Newry school, Corry Square
Strain, John, chandler, Sugar Island
Taylor, The Misses, newsagents, &c., Hill Street
Thompson, Henry, J.P., Altnaveigh House
Thompson, James, painter, New Street
Thompson, James, grocer, meal and flour merchant, Kildare Street
Thompson, John, painter, Sugar Island
Thompson, Mrs., dress maker, Kiln Street
Thompson, Ben., flax merchant, Merchants' Quay
Thomson & Co., Henry, wine merchants, Trevor Hill
Tilburry, W., marker, Clanrye Club
Todd, J. K. & Co., grocers and seed merchants, Sugar Island
Torley, James, Temple Hill
Trainer, Charles, publican, Lower North Street
Trimble, John, machinist, Barrack Street
Trimble, Moses, railway guard, Rarrack Street (Barrack)
Tritton, Robert, bookkeeper, Church Street
Tweedie, William, pawnbroker, King Street
Tyler & Sons, boot makers, Hill Street
Victoria Hotel, Hill Street
Walker, A. R., miller, Hill St.
Wallace, H. J., coal merchant, Merchants Quay; residence, Belvidere Lodge
Warnock, James & Co., book sellers, stationers, &c., Hill Street
Watson, Samuel, pork curer & grocer, Water Street
Watson, Wm. J., J.P., architect, Sugar Island; Seaview, Warrenpoint
Watt, W. D., principal Newry Model School
Wauchope, J. J., Master Newry Union Workhouse
Waugh, Francis, upholsterer, Canal Street
Weir, James, painter, Doran's Hill
Weir, Thomas, pawn broker, Market Square
Weir, Thomas, saddler, Water Street
Wheatley, Thomas, commission agent, Canal Street
Whelan, Alexander, carpenter and builder, Canal Street
Whennery, William, manager, Newry Telegraph, residence, Canal Street
Whigham, Joshua, spirit merchant, Armagh Road
White Cross Hotel - Rooney, Bros.
Whitefield Bros., chain makers and blacksmiths, Catherine Street
Willis, Thomas P., & Co., bakers and grocers, Needham Place
Wilson, Abraham, J.P., mill owner; residence, Downshire House
Wilson, Andrew, tailor, Canal Street
Wilson, John, commercial traveller, Canal Street
Wilson, Mrs., servants' registry office, Canal Street
Wilson, T. A. & S., drapers, Sugar Island
Withers, Joseph, hair dresser and tobacconist, Hill Street
Woods, T., Four Mile House, Donaghmore
Wright, Joseph, printer and stationer, Water Street
Wright, Mrs., lodgings, North Street
Wylie, Wm. J., spirit merchant, Sugar Island
Young, J. G., high constable; residence, Cargabane House
Young, Mrs., select lodgings, Catherine Street



          This populous and prosperous town, the capital of the Ards district, is situated eight Irish miles east of Belfast, and at the Northern extremity of a large estuary, formerly known as Lough Cuan, or Cowan, but now called Strangford Lough. Coal vessels have occasionally come up as far as Anderson's Bank, within about two miles of the town, but the water in the lough being shallow, no advantage has for so far been taken of its proximity to the sea, although the project of cutting a canal has on several occasions been before the public. Ballylisnevan is the ancient name of the town, which covers an extended area, and the streets of which are generally broad and laid off with geographical regularity. In the centre of the town is Conway Square, the largest open space in any Ulster town. It measures 120 yards from north to south, and 90 yards from east to west, and is edificed with commendable regularity. On the north side stands the Market house, which was erected in 1770 by Robert Stewart, first Marquis of Londonderry. It is in the Grecian-Doric style of architecture, surmounted by an elegant and well proportioned cupola, at the base of which is the town clock. Upstairs there are a public lecture room, a ball room, and a news room, and on the ground floor are caretaker's apartments, weighing office, fire engine station, and stalls for fleshers. At the foot of High Street, and as near as possible to the centre of the old town, stands "The Old Cross," which is an object of interest to the archaeologist, and which was erected in the year 1636. It is of hewn stone, and octagonal in shape, and besides displaying several heraldic devices, bears an almost obliterated inscription, which sets forth that the armorial bearings of the Montgomerys, which were "by rebels thrown down and defaced" in 1653, were "by the citizens of this loyal borough replaced" in 1666. Not far from this are to be seen the romantic looking and ivy clad ruins of the old Parish Church, erected by Sir Hugh Montgomery. This is considered to be the remains of one of the most complete past reformation churches built in Ulster prior to the present century. It was for years used as a Court house, but at present is the burying place of the Londonderry family. The remains of Frederick William Robert, the fourth Marquis, were interred here in 1872, and a handsome Celtic memorial cross, of Kingstown limestone, placed in the building in 1875 by the Dowager Marchioness, his then wife, Elizabeth, formerly Lady Jocelyn, daughter of the Earl of Roden. She died in the Roman Catholic faith in 1885. Her remains lie alongside those of her husband, and she caused to be erected the memorial cross referred to. About four miles along the Portaferry Road in Mountstewart, the Irish residence of the noble owner of the estate, the present Marquis of Londonderry, who was Viceroy of Ireland from July, 1886, till September, 1889. The walled-in demesne is very extensive, and the facade of the mansion is eminently handsome. A most interesting ecclesiastical ruin is to be seen about a mile from the town, where in the old cemetery of  Magh Bile, or Movilla, stand the remains of an Abbey said to have been founded about the year 550 by St. Finian, who died in 572. Several sculptured monumental tablets, one of the oldest of which shows an Irish inscription, may be seen built in the north wall. A new and handsome cemetery has recently been established adjoining the old ground by the Newtownards Joint Burial Board. Excellent building stones are obtained in Scrabo and the Glebe Quarries, and on the top of Scrabo Hill is a striking monument, erected to the memory of Charles Stewart, the third Marquis, well known as a distinguished cavalry officer in the Peninsular war. The leading industries of the town and district are weaving and embroidering for Belfast and Glasgow houses. The work comes to agents, and is done by the weavers and sewers in their own houses. There are, however, several public works. The Castle Gardens Mill, owned by Messrs. George Walker & Co., Limited, employs about 600 persons, principally young women, in spinning linen yarns and weaving heavy materials for nail bags, hessians, girthweb, and linen tapes for saddlers, ironmongers, and wholesale warehousemen. There are also two other large establishments in Newtownards, namely - The Ards Weaving Co. and Glen Printing and Finishing Co., whose works are situated on the Crawfordsburn Road, and who employ nearly 1,000 hands engaged at damask power loom weaving, hemstitching and finishing, plain and embroidered handkerchiefs, printing linen and muslin goods, &c. Adjoining these buildings, there is at present being erected a bleach green, which, when completed, is expected to employ about 200 hands. In another part of the town, West Street, has recently been established by Mr. T. R. Lavery, an extensive factory for the manufacturing and embroidery of handkerchiefs. Upwards of 100 hands are employed, principally females. The starch works and corn mill of Messrs. John Taylor & Son, now the property of Mr. James McCullough, employ numerous men and boys. Messrs. William Dobbin & Sons manufacture a large number of quilts annually, and their goods are famed for superior excellence throughout the United Kingdom. Mr. James Apperson is engaged in the manufacture of shirtings, skirtings, and shawls, as also Mr. Wm. Kirk. Mr. John Stevenson is proprietor of a large hosiery establishment. The nurseries of Messrs. Alexander Dickson & Sons, the eminent florists, are at the extreme west end of the town; and Mr. W. Sibbald Johnston's chemical bleach works are at Kiltonga, a mile along the Belfast Road. The Newtownards Chronicle and County Down Observer is published weekly by Mr. William Henry. Civil Bill and Licensing Sessions are held quarterly, Land and Equity Sessions twice a year, Petty Sessions on the second and fourth Thursdays in each month; and the Presentment Sessions for Baronies of Lower Ards and Lower Castlereagh, in May and December. There are excellent markets under the management of the Town Commissioners. A fair is held on the second Saturday of each month, and patent fairs on January 23rd, May 14th, and September 23rd. In 1881 the population was estimated at 8,676, but it has materially increased since the census was taken, and is now estimated to be upwards of 10,000. In October, 1889, 527 persons were entitled to vote at an election for Town Commissioners. The Belfast and County Down Railway has a station at the north side of the town, and eight trains run to and from Belfast daily. There are special late trains from Belfast on Friday and Saturday evenings.

Post Office, Great Francis Street - William Cooper, postmaster. Letters from Dublin, Belfast and England, are delivered every morning at 7-55 and 11-45; every evening at 2-20 and 6-15 p.m.; and are despatched for Belfast at 10-35 a.m., for Belfast, Dublin and England, at 2-5 and 7-20 p.m. Letters from Glasgow arrive at 7-33 a.m., and are despatched at 5 and 7-20 p.m. Letters for Conlig are sent off at 7-55 a.m., and arrive  at 5 p.m. The Donaghadee and Ballygrainey mail leaves at 7-35 a.m., and arrives at 5-15 p.m.  Ballywalter, Greyabbey and Kirkcubbin letters arrive at 10-20 a.m., and a return mail goes to those towns at 2-20 p.m. Norton & Co.'s cars take letters to Cunningburn, Greyabbey, Ballywalter, Kirkcubbin, Ardkeen and Portaferry at 7-58 a.m., and arrives here with letters from these towns at 5-7 p.m. Letters from the Upper Ards barony are delivered at 6-15 p.m., on the arrival of the 5-25 down train from Belfast. In connection with the Parcel Post, parcels are delivered and despatched with the principal mails. There is also a Telegraph, Savings Bank, Annuity, Insurance, and Money Order Office. On week days rural messengers are despatched at 7-55 a.m. by the Bowtown Road, thence to Ballyblack, returning by Killaughey and the Movilla Road; also to Clandeboye, Craigantlet, and Bradshaw's Hill; and Scrabo, Killynether, Ballycullen, Ballyrogan, and Greengraves. These messengers deliver and receive letters on the way.
Stamp Office, Great Francis Street - William Cooper, postmaster and stamp distributor
Royal Irish Constabulary - Station, Court Street - District Inspector, H. F. Ward; head constable, David Smyth; sergeants, Michael Shanley and Edward Finnigan; acting sergeant, James C. Mee. There are generally from eight to ten constables stationed here.
Quarter Sessions, Petty Sessions, Land, and Revision Courts are held in the Courthouse, Regent Street. Quartermaster-Sergeant John Caughley, court keeper
Clerk of Petty Sessions - John C. MacGowan, jun., Regent Street
Registrar of Marriages - A. D. Simpson, High Street; deputy registrar, Jas. A. Brown, High Street
Commissioner for taking Affidavits - A. D. Simpson, High Street
Inland Revenue - Excise Officer, D. H. Hunter, Castlereagh Buildings
Collector of Income Tax - J. Rankin, Drumhirk
Volunteer Fire Brigade - The engine is kept in the Market House, Conway Square, and keys are left with the Town Clerk, at the police barracks, and the staff quarters 3rd Battalion Royal Irish Rifles, at the Courthouse, Regent Street
Railway Station, North Street - John Boyd, station-master

Places of Worship

Church of Ireland, Parish Church, Church Street - Rev. James Galbraith Pooler, D.D., canon of St. {Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, rector
First Presbyterian Church, Great Francis Street - Rev. William Wright.  Second , Upper Mary Street - Rev. James Young.  Regent Street - Rev. Thomas Watters.  Fourth, South Street - Rev. George Hughes.  Strean, West Street - Rev. John Forbes, LL.D.  Greenwell Street - Rev. William McIlwrath
Reformed Presbyterian Church, Regent Street - Rev. Robert Allen
Eastern Reformed Presbyterian Church, Ann Street - Supplied
Unitarian Church, Great Francis Street - Rev. George Lansdowne
Wesleyan Methodist Church, Regent Street - Rev. Henry Ball
Wesleyan (New Connexion) Church, Zion Place - Rev. Thomas Porteus
St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, North Street - Rev. Patrick McConvey, P.P.; Curate, Rev. John Eardley
The Plymouth Brethren and the Salvation Army have also places where they hold meetings for worship. The latter have a neat building, adjacent to Mr. S. C. Kelly's establishment, in Frances Street

Public Institutions

Belfast Bank, Regent Street - William Parr, manager; William McCullough, cashier; Malcolm MacDonald, accountants; J. Martin, assistant accountant
Ulster Bank, Great Francis Street - Patrick Mackintosh, J.P., manager; Samuel Barclay, cashier; James Neill, accountant; John T. Bell, assistant accountant.
Londonderry Estate Office, High Street - Charles Brownlow, J.P., agent; Wm. Ditty, cashier and receiver of rents; John A. Martin, Court Square, and Robert Robinson, Comber, estate bailiffs
News Room, Market House, Conway Square - Treasurer, Wm. McCullough, Belfast Bank; secretary, Wm. Reid; collector and resident caretaker, Robert Foster
Protestant Institute, Upper Mary Street - Trustees, Messrs. Jas. McKee, Saml. McCreight, James Mawhinney, John Potter, and John Stuart; caretaker, Wm. McCullough
Good Templar Hall, North Street - Resident caretaker, John Smith
Masonic Hall, Regent Street - Caretaker and tyler, Lewis Hedley
Union Workhouse, Church Street - There are sixteen electoral divisions., represented by twenty four elected, and a like number of ex-officio guardians, whose meetings are held every Saturday at 12 o'clock - David McMaster is chairman; Hugh McMoran, vice chairman; and James Murray, J.P., deputy vice chairman. James Cunningham is master, and Mrs. Spratt, matron. Mrs. Catherine Lozey is infirmary nurse; Mrs. Agnes Chambers, fever hospital nurse; and Miss Sarah Jane Kennedy, lunatic ward nurse. E. T. M. Sailes is school master, and Mrs. Sailes, school mistress. R. C. Parke, M.D., J.P., is house surgeon and consulting medical officer for the rural sanitary authority. James Colville is clerk and returning officer for the union, and executive sanitary officer of the rural sanitary authority. David Jamison, M.D., is officer of health, and John Boyd and David McKee, relieving and sub-sanitary officers. Veterinary inspector for the Union - S. Bailie, M.R.C.V.S. The Workhouse Chaplains are :- Protestant Episcopalian, Rev. Canon J. G. Pooler, D.D.; Presbyterian, Rev. Thomas Watters; Roman Catholic, Rev. Patrick McConvey, P.P.
Dispensary, Great Frances Street - Open on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, from ten to twelve o'clock, for the dispensation of medicine, vaccination of children, and registration of births and deaths. Dispensary officer and deputy registrar, David Jamison, M.D.

Educational Establishments

Intermediate School, Strean Lecture Hall, Upper Mary Street - Principal, J. E. Maxwell, B.A.; classical assistant, J. Gardiner; drawing master, R. Gracey. This school is managed by a committee, of which Wm. Parr is chairman, and the Rev. Wm. Wright, secretary
District Model School, Old Belfast Road - Inspector, W. Pedlow. Boys' department - Head Master, Wm. Craig; assistant, J. J. Stephenson. Girls' department - Head mistress, Miss Sydney Coulter; assistant, Miss Steele. Infants department - Head mistress, Miss Connolly
East Street (No. 1) National School - Principal, Mrs. J. N. Doggart; assistant, Miss McCleery
East Street (No. 2) National School - Principal, Robert McGimpsey; assistant, Miss Maggie McConkey
Ann Street National School - Male teacher, John McBride; female teacher, Miss Brady; assistant, Miss Torley
Castle Gardens National School - Principal, Wm. Hartley. Infants' department - Head mistress, Miss J. Moore; assistant, Miss A. J. Whitla
Greenwell Street National School - Principal, W. H. Willis; assistants, Miss J. McKnight and Miss McKee
Mill Street National School - Principal, Mrs. McLean; assistant, Miss Garrett
Regent Street National Schools - Male teacher, Alex. Love; female teacher, Miss Clarke
Mountstewart National Schools - Head teacher, James Millar; female teacher, Miss Eliza J. Taylor; assistant, Miss Mary Taylor

Public Boards

Town Commissioners, Board Room, Mill Street - This board is the local governing body and the Urban Sanitary Authority. It is composed of fifteen members, of whom five retire annually by rotation, but are eligible for re-election. Meetings are held at eight o'clock in the evening on the first Monday in each month, and at other times when deemed necessary. After the election on the 15th October, 1889, the following members constituted the board; - Messrs. John Copeland (chairman), George Armstrong, John Baird, Jas. A. Brown, Wm. Dobbin, Robert Dunn, William Henry, Saml. C. Kelly, Thomas Mayne, Thomas McIlroy, M.D.; Andw. Menown, J.P., John Potter, Wm. Reid, James Robinson, and John Ramsey. William McGowan, town clerk; Wm. Heron, assistant town clerk, as also executive officer of the urban sanitary authority; Patrick Mackintosh, J.P., Ulster Bank, treasurer; David Jamison, M.D., officer of health; Dr. W. B. Martin, consulting sanitary officer; George Foster, sub-sanitary officer and market constable
Joint Burial Board - This body is composed of six Town Commissioners and the same number of Poor Law Guardians, or persons qualified to be either. Two of each, the highest rated, are ex-officio members, and the remaining eight are elected annually in April. The burial ground is Movilla Cemetery, and the joint burial district embraces the municipality of Newtownards and the electoral divisions of Newtownards, Newtownards South. Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month, in the Town Commissioners Board room, Patrick MacIntosh, J.P., Ulster Bank, is secretary, and Thomas Ferguson, the gate lodge, Movilla Cemetery, is superintendent and distributor of interment certificates.

Societies and Clubs

Horticultural and Horse Jumping Society - Auditors (honorary) - James Colville, David McKean, Saml. McKee.  Treasurer (honorary) - William Parr, Belfast Bank. Secretaries for horticultural department - Alexander Love; for horse jumping department, Wm. John Gibson. A horticultural show and horse jumping féte is held annually on the first Thursday of each September in Messrs. A. Dickson & Son's nurseries and the grounds adjacent.
Clandeboye Curling Club - Patroness, the Countess of Dufferin; president, the Earl of Dufferin, K.P.; vice president, Viscount Clandeboye
Kiltonga Curling Club - Patron, Marquis of Londonderry; patroness, Marchioness of Londonderry; vice presidents, J. Brownlow, J.P., and William Sibbald Johnston, J.P.; representative member, Hugh J. Johnston; chaplain, Rev. Dr. W. T. Martin; treasurer, A. D. Simpson; secretary, H. J. Johnston; committee of management, R. B. Caughey, James Clarke, George Dickson, Hugh Ferguson, W. S. Johnston and William Mayne
Ards Rifle Association, established 1881 - Patrons, Marquis of Londonderry, Earl of Dufferin, K.P.; Lord Arthur W. Hill, M.P.; president, Charles Brownlow, J.P.; vice president, W. Sibbald Johnston, J.P.; hon. instructor of musketry, Captain R. A. S. Buckle, Royal Irish Rifles; hon. treasurer, S. H. Simms; hon. secretary, Nathanial Ledgerwood; committee, Hugh J. Johnston, Alex. Love, J. Robinson, T. Arnold, W. McCullough, and Alex. Harvey. The practice and prize meetings are held on the Government rifle range, Comber Road. There are 30 members
Auxiliary to the Presbyterian Orphan Society - Chairman, Patrick Mackintosh, J.P.; secretary, Rev. James Young; treasurer, David McKean
Ladies Non-Sectarian Sanitary and Clothing Society, established 1870 - Patroness, the Dowager Marchioness of Londonderry; secretary, Mrs. Dr. Jamison. The annual subscription of £1 qualifies for membership.
Church Clothing Club, founded 1855 - Treasurer, Rev. James Galbraith Pooler, D.D., canon of St. Patrick's, Cathedral, Dublin; secretary, Miss Pooler
Strean Church Clothing Society - President, Rev. Dr. Forbes; Secretary, S. H. Simms


Military Rifle Camp, Government Rifle Range, and Drill Field, Comber Road - The huts on the west side of the Comber Road, at the foot of South Street, are occupied during the greater part of the year by detachments of infantry regiments lying in Belfast or Newry for rifle practice at the range, which is one of the best in Ireland, and the first in Ulster
3rd Battalion Royal Irish Rifles - Regimental office and stores, Regent Street; camping ground, Milecross. Colonel Gawn Rowan Hamilton, D.L., is commanding officer, the permanent staff is under the command of Captain and Adjutant R. A. S. Buckle. Lieutenant T. H. Lane, Quartermaster


Allen, Rev. Robert, South Street
Alexander, Mrs. T., Court Street
Armstrong, George, West Street
Arthur, Henry, The Villa, Church Street
Bailie, Samuel, M.R.C.V.S., Court Square
Ball, Rev. Henry, Regent Street
Beatty, Thomas, Regent Street
Belt, Mrs. Bridget, Regent Street
Chappell, Henry, C.E.,, M.R.I.A.I., Movilla Street
Dalzell, David, Castle Place
Finlay, James, Zion Place
Forbes, Rev. John, LL.D., Brooklands
Galway, W. B., B.A., solicitor, Castle Street
Greer, Samuel, Milecross Lodge
Hughes, Rev. George, Movilla Street
Jamison, D., M.D., Edin. 1834, Great Francis Street
Jamison, D. jun., M.D., Great Frances Street
Jamison, Robert, J.P., Movilla
Johnston, W. Sibbald, J.P., Glen House
Lamon, T. W., C.E., assistant county surveyor, Bowtown
Londonderry, Marquis of, Mountstewart
Mackintosh, Patrick, J.P., Great Frances Street
Martin, W. B., L.R.C.S.I., L.A.H.D., 1854
Maxwell, J. E., B.A., William Street
Mayne, William, Mountpleasant
Menown, Andrew, J.P., Regent Street
Moore, Rev. Hugh, M.A., Yew Villa, Church Street
Moore, Robert, Regent Street
McCallum, Daniel, solicitor, Great Frances Street
McConvey, Rev. P., P.P., Ann Street
McCutcheon, Mrs. Anna, Great Frances Street
McIlroy, Thomas, M.D., Q.U.I., 1880, Great Frances Street
McIlwrath, Rev. William, High Street
McKee, John, solicitor, High Street
Nelson, Mrs. Ellen, Great Frances Street
Parr, William, Belfast Bank, Regent Street
Parke, R. C., J.P., L.R.C.P.E., L.R.C.S.E., 1868, Regent Street
Pedlow, W., Flush Hall
Pooler, Rev. Canon, D.D., The Glebe, Regent Street
Richardson, A. P., Killynether Castle
Stitt, James, Rosebud Cottage
Strean, Mrs. Elizabeth, High Street
Walker, George, Castle M.D., Conway Square
Ward, H. F., D.I., R.I.C., Great Frances Street
Watters, Rev. Thomas, Movilla Street
Webb, R. T., Milecross
Weir, A. J., solicitor, Great Frances Street
Wilson, W. M., B.A., M.B., T.C.D., Great Frances Street
Wright, Rev. William, Springfield
Young, Rev. James, Mark Street


Aiken, Frederick, general cooper
Gordon, Jas. A., grocer and contractor
Whaley, James, carrier
Whaley, Miss A., dress maker


Brown, Jas., grocer, provision, and grain merchant
Coates, Mary, lodging house keeper
Taylor, Mrs., spirit dealer


Boyle, Jas., grocer, grain, and provision merchant
Burch, James, grocer
Christie, Robt., soap and candle manufacturer
Connolly, Charles, car owner
Dalzell, Robert, cooper
Muckle, James, spirit dealer
McCartan, Elizabeth, spirit dealer


Bailie, Robert, carter and farmer
Blakely, Wm., tea dealer, draper, & com. agent
Dickson & Sons, Alex., nurserymen and florists
Gill, W., road contractor, grocer, & spirit dealer
Gilmore, Samuel, dairyman
Major, John, grocer and car owner


Arnold, Thos., stationer and fancy goods warehouse
Baird, John, draper
Bowden, Mrs., spirit dealer
Brown, Henry, spirit dealer
Ceylon, Tea Co. (Thos. Kerr & Co.)
Clegg, Henry, clogger
Davidson, Adam, draper
Lowden, James & Co., plumbers and gasfitters
Murphy, Joseph, jun., butcher and cattle dealer
McBrien, Peter, spirit dealer
Prendergast, Mrs. T., bonnet and dress maker
Robinson, David, chemist and druggist
Stewart, Thomas N., tailor


Anderson, Alexander, horse dealer
Dawson, Samuel, builder and general carpenter
Lawther, Margaret, spirit dealer
Munn & Roddy, stone cutters and monument manufacturers
Morrison, James, spirit dealer
Morrison, Brothers, coach builders
McCullough, Hugh A., spirit dealer
McWhinney, John, saddler and harness maker


Anderson, Robert, general carrier
Anderson, William, baker
Bell, Miss Eliza, grocer
Cavan, Robert, flax buyer
Davidson, Mrs. W., boarding house keeper
Hamilton, Ezekiel, baker
Hamilton, Nathaniel, baker
Hanna, John, mechanic
Johnston, Alexander, weaving agent
Kirkpatrick, Alex., porter and ale bottler
Lawlor, Miss, dress maker
Lowry, Hugh, carpenter
Munce, Robert, sen., grain merchant
Munce, Robt., jun., grain merchant, and grocer
Patton, Hugh, grocer
Ritchie, Robert, commercial traveller
Scott, William, weaving master


Apperson, George, boot and shoe maker, and agent for the Prudential Assurance Co.
Blackwood, Thomas, baker
Byers, James, carpenter
Brian, G., grocer
Doggart, James N., painter and glazier
Ferguson, William, weavers' beamer
Kearney, Bernard, grocer and dairyman
McFerran, Robt., potato, hay, & straw merchant
McNeely, James, manufacturer of muslins and woollens
Potter, John, weaving agent
Whiteside, Francis, butcher and cattle dealer


Bailie, John, grocer
Beattie, John, pawn broker
Beresford, Jane, dress maker
Caughey, J. & R. B., printers, house painters, funeral undertakers, posting establishment, &c.
Clarke, James, baker
Cooper, Wm., postmaster and stamp distributor
Coulter, Miss, boarding house keeper
Dalzell, Agnes, milliner & underclothing maker
Davidson, Miss, milliner and dress maker
Dugan, Thomas, spirit dealer
Ferguson, William, grocer and flesher
Finlay, Mrs. Hugh C., fancy goods warehouse
Francis, James, spirit dealer
Gilmore, Michael, spirit dealer
Graham, Robert, newspaper reporter
Harvey, John, boot and shoe maker
Hay, Agnes, grocer and confectioner
Hay, Margaret, temperance hotel and cafe
Henry, William, proprietor of Newtownards Chronicle and County Down Observer
Heron, John, green grocer
Iveston, Mrs. William, spirit dealer
Jardine, Mrs. A., clothier
Kirk, William, grocer and manufacturer
Miskelly, Samuel, tailor and clothier
McCormick, Francis, draper
McMillan, Joseph, hairdresser
McMullan, Patrick, spirit dealer
McNeely, Alexander, grocer and tailor
Ramsey, J., sewed muslin agent & pawn broker
Reid, E. & T., milliners and mantle makers
Reid, William, draper
Smyth, William, flesher
Stouppe, Robert, boot and shoe maker
Tierney, John, spirit dealer
Waugh, Francis, draper
Wightman, John, cabinet maker
Wilson, Alex., builder and carpenter
Woods, Mrs., stationer and newsagent


Dawson, William L., grocer and provision store
Francis, James, dealer in seeds and plants
Gibson, Agnes, grocer
Grahem, Hugh, post car proprietor (Graham)
Johnston, Moses, post car proprietor
Kelly, Saml. C., family grocer & general merchant
Moreland, William, spirit dealer
McGimpsey, Thomas, smith and horse shoer
McWhinney, Hugh, grocer and road contractor
McWhinney, Samuel, mason, &c.


Caughley, Mary, grocer
Dickson, David, dairyman
Dougherty, Hugh, civil bill officer
Ferris, Mrs., dairywoman
Glenn, James, dairyman
Morrow, Samuel, shoe maker
McClune, William, miller
Trueman, Thomas, grocer


Bailie, Robert, grocer
Brown, Mary, grocer
Burns, James, spirit dealer and car owner
Campbell, Thomas, carpenter and joiner
Dawson, Robert, jun., carpenter and joiner
Graham, Wm., wholesale & retail spirit dealer
Irvine, Thomas, dealer in grass seed
Jackson, William, spirit dealer
Leech, Ellen Jane, rope dealer
Moore, Hugh, smith and horse shoer
McCully, Margaret, dairy woman
McCully, William, cattle dealer
McGrattan, James, jun., grocer
McQuoid, James, saddler
Orr, Henry, sand and gravel pit proprietor


Bailie, Thomas, cabinet maker
Bailie & O'Prey, Messrs., glaziers, painters, and paper hanging dealers
Brown, James A., draper and emigration agent; agent for Singer's Sewing Machines, &c.
Colville, John, grocer
Coulter, John, draper
Dalzell, Robert, dealer in fancy goods
Dunn, Robert, draper
Finnigan, E. S., solicitor
Gibson, W. J., seedsman, plumber, and gas fitter
Gilmore, Patk., gas fitter, plumber, and tinplate worker; aerated water and bottling stores
Goudy, J. & Co., grocers and provision merchants
Johnston, Miss, haberdasher, High Street
Laird, William, draper
Londonderry Arms Hotel
Mahon, J. S., temperance hotel & posting establishment
Mayne, Thos., grocer, grain and wine merchant
Moore, A. H., grocer and seed merchant
Morgan, Robert J., flesher
Murphy, Alexander, flesher and cattle dealer
McBride, Wm. H., boot and shoe maker
McCall, Edward, draper
McClement, John, chemist and druggist
McCullough, James, grain merchant
McCutcheon, John, spirit dealer and saddler
McKee, James, boot and shoe maker
McKenzie, Mrs., stationer and newsagent
McWhinney, Adam, flesher and glazier
Orme, John, hairdresser
Patterson, Mary, stationer and newsagent
Pedan, Samuel, jeweller and watch maker
Scrabo Hosiery House
Simms, John, draper and haberdasher
Simpson, A. D., ironmonger
Stouppe, Miss J., dress maker
Taylor, Nathaniel, grocer, baker & confectioner
Taylor, J. & Son, grocers, millers, grain merchants, and starch manufacturers, South Street, High Street, and Mill Street
Warden, Robt., hardware merchant & ironmonger


Bennet, Matthew, car driver
Harvey, Geo., woollen and cotton manufacturer
Rea, Hugh, dairyman and cattle dealer


Alexander, Peter, toy dealer
Anderson, Sarah, music teacher
Boal, Wm., shoemaker
Bowden, Henry, dairyman
Clotworthy, James, dealer
Crumlin, Robert, butcher
Ferguson, Sarah, grocer
Kennedy, William, blacksmith
Martin, William, carrier
Martin, Thomas, van man
Montgomery, Andrew, spirit dealer
McCauley, James, car owner
McClune, Eliza, grocer
McFall, Eliza, spirit dealer
McGimpsey, Wm., spirit dealer
McKee, Hugh, dairyman
McKee, Robert, marine store keeper
McMaster, James, weaving agent
Paisley, Thomas, jun., carpenter
Patterson, Robert, mason
Patty, James, grocer
Robson, John, blacksmith
Shannon, Samuel, grocer
Trimble, Margaret, grocer
Waddell, Alex., manager gasworks


Arnold, Mrs., grocer
Bell, Robert, saddler
Boal, William, boot and shoe maker
Chappell, Henry, architect
Fitzgerald & Moore, bakers
Martin, David, provision merchant
Moore, Samuel, grocer
Mulholland, Cornelius, grocer & seed merchant
McAlpine, Thomas, boot and shoe maker
McClean, Henry, car owner
McKee, Alexander, grocer
McKee, Irvine, spirit dealer
Scott, James, grocer and carter


Brown, Hugh, manufacturer of cotton & woollen goods
Cheery, Mrs. John, grocer


Adgey, Henry, car owner and carter
Burrowes, Hugh, spirit dealer, general carpenter, and coach builder
Foster, Wm., wood turner and umbrella maker
Frederick, William, grocer
Garrett, William, hairdresser
Graham, William J., bill poster
Kelly, Robert, dairyman
Mahon, Eliza, grocer
Murray, Daniel, carpenter and joiner
McCauly, William, boot and shoe maker
McLaughlin, Hugh, coal and straw dealer
McMeekan, Miss, dress maker
McMullan, Catherine, grocer
Purse, The Misses, dress makers
Robinson, James, hairdresser and wig maker
Sloan, Mrs. Alexander, grocer
Smyth, Robert, flesher
Whiteside, David, flesher


Bell, R. G., grocer
Coffee and Refreshment Rooms - Mrs. Moore, proprietress
Crooks, William, tailor and clothier
Downey, P. J., grocer and spirit dealer
Dunn, R., coal importer; depot, railway station
Ferris & Co., Messrs., chemists and druggists
Gordon, James, sen., tailor
Gordon, James, jun., tailor
Hedley, Wm. James, watchmaker & jeweller
Hanna, Eliza, Commercial Hotel
Kennedy, T., grocer
Kerlin, William, grocer
Lindsay, Eliza, grocer
Menown, Andrew
Milliken, John, spirit dealer
McIlvenny, Ellen, pawn broker
McKee, David, house and land agent
McKelvey, Wm., lodging house keeper
Smyth, James, flesher
Smyth, Wm., flesher
Stevenson, John, auctioneer and hosiery manufacturer
Stuart, J., spirit dealer & posting establishment
Taylor, Alexander, spirit dealer
Ulster Hotel, A. McKee, proprietress
Warden, Joseph D., agricultural implement and artificial manure agent


Keating, John, grocer
Sloan, Mrs. Harriett, spirit dealer


Beattie, Richard, plasterer
Cairns, Hugh, boot and shoe maker
Cavan, William, carter
Chambers, James, spirit dealer
Cochrane, Margaret, lodging house keeper
Dobbin, Wm., & Sons, quilt manufacturers
Dugan, Mrs., milliner and dress maker
Ferguson, Hugh, grocer and baker
Hanna, John, builder and funeral undertaker, steam saw mills
Heron, John, potato dealer
Murphy, Joseph, cattle dealer
McCluney, Hugh, grocer
McCourt, Thomas, fish and fruit dealer
McManus, James, boot and shoe maker
Paisley, Thomas, sen., builder
Russell, William, grocer
Shaw, Mrs. Hans, spirit dealer
Snodden, Andrew, jun., carter
Watson, Alexander, grocer


Apperson, James, grocer and manufacturer of woollen goods
Paisley, James, dairyman
Rainey, Mrs., grocer and dairyman


Crawford, Hamilton, spirit dealer
Liggett, Ephraim, grocer
McCalpin, William, carpenter
McCauley, B., carrier and horse dealer
McQuiston, John, grocer
Orme, Robert, manufacturer


Blackstock, James, grocer
Dickson, Alexander, corn miller
Martin, Edward, carrier
Martin, Mrs. Susan, sewed muslin agent
McCreight, Samuel, builder
McGowan, W. J., mason


Copeland, John, spirit dealer, bottler & aerated water manufacturer
Duff, James, millwright
Galbraith, Wm., commercial traveller
Gilfillan, Thomas, grocer
Johnston, Samuel, manager
Lavery, T. R., hemstitching & smoothing factory
Murphy, James, manufacturer
McMeekan, James, grocer
Patterson, Mrs. Thomas, weaving agent
Robson, J. & H., plasterers
Thomson, Richard, constabulary pensioner


Ferguson, Robert, grocer
Irvine, Thomas, caterer to the camp
Johnston, Mrs. Jane, spirit dealer


Norton & Company's Cars - The long two-horse car leaves Portaferry at 6 a.m., and arrives here in time to catch the 8-56 a.m. train to Belfast, and starts for Portaferry on the arrival here of the 3-15 p.m. train from Belfast. In connection with this a car leaves Ballyhalbert every morning at 7 o'clock, in time to meet the long car at Kirkcubbin, and returns to Ballyhalbert in the afternoon on arrival of the long car.
The Royal mail car leaves Belfast every morning at 6 o'clock, arriving here at 7-30, and in Portaferry at 10-30. In the evening it returns at 2-15, and arrives in Newtownards on its way to Belfast at 5-7 p.m.
A mail car leaves Kirkcubbin at 8-30 a.m., and arrives here with letters and passengers in time for the 10-45 a.m. train to Belfast. It leaves the Post office on its return journey to Ballyhalbert on the arrival of the 1-5 p.m. train from Belfast.
James Muckle's "Opposition" car leaves for Greyabbey, Kirkcubbin, and Portaferry, on the arrival of the 7-30 a.m. train from Belfast, and arrives in time for the departure of the 4-40 p.m. train for Belfast, calling at Mr. Muckle's, Castle Place, going and coming.
Bangor - Hugh Grahem's car arrives at Thos. Dugan's at 10 a.m., 2 p.m., and 6-15 p.m., and leaves for Bangor  at 8 a.m., 11-30 a.m. and 3-30 p.m., reaching Ballymagee Street at 9 a.m., 12-30 and 4-30 p.m. Fare, 6d.
Moses Johnston's car runs between Newtownards and Bangor at same hours as Grahem's. It starts from Mrs. Iveston's.
Carrowdore - Joseph Cowan's car arrives at Miss McCartan's, Castle Street, in time to catch the 9 a.m. train for Belfast, and leaves on the arrival of the 3-15 p.m. down train. Fare, 6d. No service on Sundays
Ballywalter - Mrs. Little's car stops at Miss McCartan's in the morning before the departure of the 9 a.m. train, and leaves on the arrival of the 6 p.m. train from Belfast. Fare, 10d. No service on Sundays
Ballyhalbert - Every morning (Sunday's excepted) George Foster's car arrives at James Boyle's in time for the 9 train, and leaves on the arrival of 3-15 p.m. train. fare, 1s.



          Is most picturesquely situated in a valley between the Bessey Bell and Mary Gray Mountains, and within a mile of the Duke of Abercorn's princely residence and demesne, Baronscourt. It is a station on the Irish Great Northern Railway line, and has a fair on the last Monday of each month, and a market on each Monday for the sale of pork, butter, fowl, eggs and grain. There is a superabundant supply of water power in the locality; there are some splendid sites for the erection of machinery. Petty Sessions are held on the third Thursday of each month. Population nearly 1,500

Post Office - Hugh McIvor, postmaster. Rural posts go to Gortin, Drumquin, Glenhall, Cranagh, Dooish, Plumbridge, Ardstraw, Leglands, Baronscourt, and Drumlegagh, at 6 a.m. Mail to Derry at 8-20 a.m.; Derry and Strabane, 12-45 p.m.; Omagh, Portadown, Belfast, Dublin and Belfast Railway Post Office, Dublin, and Holyhead and Kingstown Packet, viz: - English and Scotch letters at 1 p.m. Second mail to Omagh, 5 p.m., and Dublin, Holyhead and Kingstown Packet, Great Northern Railway, Omagh, Belfast, Derry and Strabane at 9-30 p.m. Mails received from Great Northern Railway, and Dublin, Omagh and English letters, etc., received at Post Office at 5 a.m., and another at 1-15 p.m.; town delivery, 7 a.m. Belfast and Scotland at 10-5 a.m., and Derry and Strabane 1-26 a.m. Also a mail from Omagh at 9 a.m.
Parcels Post delivery twice daily, 8-0 a.m. and 2-0 p.m.
Magistrates - William F. Black, Lislap; E. T. Herdman, Sion House; Patrick Lafferty, R. B. Cummins, James Thompson
Constabulary - C. Dwyer head constable and eight men.
Petty Sessions Clerk - George Marks

Places of Worship

Church of Ireland - Incumbent, Rev. W. J. Christie
Presbyterian Church - (First) Rev. W. G. Black.  (Second) - James Ross Moore and Rev. Jackson, Rockmount
Wesleyan Chapel - Rev. W. J. Storey
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. J. Keys O'Doherty, adm.

Public Institutions

Northern Bank - Wm. Steen, manager; Joseph Dinsmore, cashier
National Model School - Samuel Moore, head teacher; Miss Ryan and Miss Sarah Rea, assistants
National School - Mr. Logue and Mrs. E. Fisher, teachers


Christie, Rev. W. J.
O'Doherty, Rev. J. K., Adm.
Hotel Proprietors - Margaret Fulton, John Jas. Moore, and Mrs. McClenaghan


The mail car to Drumquin leaves the Post Office, Newtownstewart, at 6-15 a.m., and returns at 7-30 p.m.
Great Northern Railway to Derry and Dundalk

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