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1918 Belfast Street Directory

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Dervock   Desertmartin   Doagh   Donaghadee   Donegal   Donemana   Downpatrick   Draperstown   Dromara   Dromore (Down)
Dromore (Tyrone)   Drumquin   Dunadry   Dundrum   Dunfanaghy   Dungannon, Donaghmore and Coalisland   Dungiven

DERVOCK

Post Office - Mrs. Patrick, postmistress
R.I. Constabulary - Sergeant Wilson and four constables
National School (Church of Ireland patronage) - John Mitchell, master; Miss Nethery and Miss Kinnaird, assistants; Miss Mitchell, church organist
National School (Presbyterian patronage) - Derrykeighan, Miss McCaughan
National School (Roman Catholic patronage) - Mrs. P. McCann, mistress
Dervock and District Co-operative Egg and Poultry Society, managed by a committee of which Mr. J. Stewart-Moore, J.P., Ballydivity, is president, and Mr. R. J. Campbell, manager

INHABITANTS

Adams, Jos., blacksmith, Dervock
Adams & Sons, fan and implement agents, Carncullagh
Allen, Samuel, J.P., Lisconnan, Dervock

Barnhill, Rev. S., rector, Derryeighan Rectory (Derrykeighan?)
Boyd, S., farmer, Knockanboy
Buick, William, grocer

Camac, T., Cool, R.D.C.
Campbell, R. J., manager of Dervock and District Co-operative Society
Carson, Miss A., district nurse
Clarke, Miss
Colvin, W., Islandhoe, R.D.C.
Connolly, Alexander, Lisannan

Davidson, Rev., Toberdoney
Davison, Miss, assistant in Post Office

English, James, carrier

Getty, John, whitesmith and bicycle repairer
Gillian, D., sexton Presbyterian Church
Gray, John, farmer, Stroan

Harrington, Samuel, mason
Heaney, Tom, Dervock
Higgins, Thomas, estate bailiff
Huey, Mrs. John, Carncullagh, Dervock

Johnston, James, game keeper
Johnston, Saml., grocer, etc.

Kelly, Mrs., farmer, Stroan
Kennedy, J., Liscolman, Dervock
Killen, Samuel, auctioneer and secretary of Dervock Co-operative Agricultural Society
Kirkpatrick, Alex., Carncullagh, contractor and builder

Long, S. S., Derrykeighan
Long, Thos., farmer, Conagher

Maxwell, Rev. W. N., Mansfield (on active service, Rev. Mr. Black pro tem.)
Miller, Dr. R. Craig, dispensary medical offices, Ashvale, Dervock; registrar births and deaths
Montgomery, Major John A., D.L., Benvarden, Dervock
Morrison, S., tailor and grocer and school attendance officer

McAlister, Mrs. A., farmer
McArthur, R., road contractor
McBride, D. J., & Son, carriers
McCann, D., auctioneer and valuator
McCann, Misses C., publican
McCann, Mrs. M. L., publican
McCann, Robert J., farmer and cattle dealer
McCann, W., motor garage
McCaw, David, carpenter
McCaw, Robert J., carpenter
McCaw, Saml., farmer, Stroan
McCloskey, Henry, hotel keeper and publican
McClure, S. J., horse dealer, Bellisle
McConachie, David J., grocer
McConaghie, Samuel, Violet Hill
McCormick, D., station master
McGrotty, John, farmer
McIlmoyle, Rev. R. J., R.P., Manse, Dervock
McKinley, A., Ballingor House, Dervock
McLaughlin, W. J., civil bill officer
McLernon, The Misses
McNeill, A., J.P., Gardenvale

Nicholl, William, grocer

Osborne, J., Stroan
O'Brien, T., road contractor

Patrick, J., Grocer and Draper, and Agent for "Belfast News-Letter"
Patrick, Mrs., farmer, Mostragee
Pattison, Hugh, grocer, etc., Carncullagh

Small, Benjamin
Stewart-Moore, J., J.P., Ballydivity, Dervock
Stuart, Alex., land agent, Ballyhevistock

Thompson, Jas., R.D.C., Conagher

Wallace, James, farmer, Kirkhills
Woodside, Mrs., Stroan

DESERTMARTIN

A village on the townlands of Knocknagin and Stranagard, in the Parish of Desertmartin, Barony of Loughinshollin, Union and Quarter Sessions District of Magherafelt, and Parliamentary District of South Derry.  It is a railway station on the Draperstown Railway, almost mid-way between Draperstown and Magherafelt.

Post Office - Mrs. Fleming, postmistress; John Fleming, assistant; John Sweeney, Thomas J. Bell, John Clarke, rural letter carriers
Railway Station - George Armstrong, station master

PLACES OF WORSHIP IN IMMEDIATE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Desertmartin Parish Church - Rev. W. Mercier, rector; Lecumpher Presbyterian Church, Rev. R. McCammon, minister; Desertmartin Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. John O'Brien, P.P.; Rev. Mr. McCullagh, C.C.

SCHOOLS

Desertmartin N.S. - Charles Glenn, teacher; Mrs. Glenn, assistant
Knockagin N.S. - Denis Heaney, teacher; Miss Gribben, assistant

SOCIETIES

Desertmartin L.O.L. No. 376, Saml. Barefoot, W.M.; Cranny L.O.L. 1015, James Lennox, W.M.; Desertmartin Co-operative Creamery Society - Wm. Ophant, manager; Desertmartin Independent Flute Band - T. Wm. Smyth, band master; Poultry Society - P. McKenna, Mr. Norwell, Bellaghy

INHABITANTS

Adams, David, R.D.C., farmer
Armstrong, George, station master
Armstrong, George

Barclay, John, farmer
Barclay, Robert, farmer
Barefoot, Mrs., Longfield House
Bell, Adam
Bradley, John, publican
Bradley, Mrs.
Bradley, Mrs., washer woman

Cadoon, James
Charles, R., sexton
Collins, Thomas
Craig, John K., The Mills

Daily, The Misses, grocers and drapers
Donnelly, James

Farmer, Annagh
Ferguson, Mrs.
Ferrin, Mrs., dress maker, Ivy Cottage
Fleming, D., music teacher
Fleming, John, grocer, potato merchant, and newsagent; agent for the "Belfast Weekly News"
Fleming, J., music teacher
Fleming, J., jun., Ivy Cottage
Fleming, May, farmer, Annagh
Fleming, Mrs., sen.
Fleming, Robert, farmer

Glenen, Mrs., Mountain View
Glenn, Mrs., Grange Cottage
Gormley, Mrs., publican

Hagan, D., contractor
Heaney, Denis, N.S. teacher
Henderson, James, farmer
Henderson, William G., farmer
Henderson, W. G.
Henry, Mrs.
Hessin, R., farmer
Hessin, Stewart, farmer
Hutchinson, James, The Mills

Johnston, Mrs., house keeper
Johnston, Mrs.
Johnston, Robt., caretaker Lime Vale House
Johnston, Robert, farmer
Johnston, Robert

Kane, Miss
Kane, Mrs., farmer
Kane, William, carpenter
Keightly, John, Smith Street
Kelly, Frank
Kelly, Joseph, R.D.C.
Kelly, Miss, seamstress
Kerr, John, smith
Kidd, John R.

Lamb, Mrs., farmer
Leslie, Hugh Michael, farmer, Greenes
Lyle, Mrs., washer woman

Madden, James, farmer
Magee, Patrick, scutcher
Maynes, Hugh, boot maker
Merano, Patk., farmer
Mercier, Rev.
Mirron, Miss Ann
Mitchell, Robert N., Canning Arms Hotel
Moran T. (this name was with the B's)
Moran, Thomas
Mulholland, Mrs.
Murray, Robert

McAtamney, Ann, seamstress
McAtamney, Miss, spirit grocer
McClean, George, labourer
McCleamy, Miss
McGhee, John
McGill, Dan, carter
McGuckin, Archibald, mill owner
McGuckin, John
McGuckin, Joseph, labourer
McGuckin, Thomas, labourer
McGuckin, Wesley
McGughan, Henry, farmer
McGughan, James. scutcher
McGughan, William, farmer
McKenna, Andrew, surface man
McKenna, Bernard, carpenter
McKenna, B., millwright
McKenna, Miss, dress and mantle maker
McKenna, Patrick, egg dealer
McKenna, Rose
McKeown, James, farmer
McKeown, William, farmer
McKeown, Wilson
McNamara, Mrs. Eliza
McRystal, Patrick, Hillside House (McCrystal ?)
McWilliams, Edward
McWilliams, Patrick

O'Hagan, John, J.P., Brackhouse

Palmer, Henry, farmer
Palmer, James, grocer
Palmer, James, farmer
Palmer, Job, joiner and mason
Payne, Thomas, farmer

Rodgers, John, J.P., Ballynagaun

Scullion, John, tailor
Scullion, Samuel
Sloan, Robert, farmer
Smith, James, farmer
Smith, William Robert, farmer
Sweeney, J., postman

Taylor, William, jun., boot maker
Taylor, William
Taylor, W.
Terrin, Mrs.
Tulan, James

Wallace, David, grocer
Walls, Brian, Creamery assistant
Watterson, Gaby, farmer
Wilson, M., farmer

DOAGH

The village of Doagh lies in a very fertile spot of the County of Antrim, the famous valley of the Sixmilewater, about twelve miles to the north-west of Belfast.  Though the population of the village, together with Doagh Mills town, is only 515, with the immediate neighbourhood it holds considerable importance in the commercial community of the North.  The Midland Railway affords excellent travelling accommodation between Doagh and Belfast, and their narrow gauge branch connects Doagh with Ballymena and Larne.  There is telephonic communication with Ballyclare and Belfast

Postal Telegraph Office - Postmistress, Mrs. Legate.  Postmen - W. Adams, S. Bell, J. Gailey, G. Owens, and A. Hill

Places of Worship - Church of Ireland, Rev. P. E. Major, rector.  Presbyterian Church, Kilbride, Doagh - Rev. R. Allison, B.A.  Torrens' Memorial Hall, Doagh - Services held fortnightly at 6 p.m.; preachers various; R. B. Robson, superintendent.  Methodist Chapel, Doagh - Rev. Jas. Ritchie; lay evangelist, Mr. R. McMath
Local Registrar for Births and Deaths - A. K. Stevenson, M.D., Doagh Dispensary
National Schools - Palatine, Miss McAdam; assistant, Miss Wilson.  Doagh, R. B. Robson; assistants, J. Christie, Mrs. Hagan, Miss Robson.  Cogry, Jas. Logan, Miss Lyle, Mrs. McDowell, Kilbride; Mr. T. McBratney, B.A.; Miss Dallas, Ballybracken; Ballyvoy N.S., James Getty
Posting Establishments - John Steele; John McConnell, Ingram Bros.
Public Works - Doagh Spinning Mill; Cogry Spinning Mills, Springvlae Bleaching Works, Beetling engines at Cogry, Doagh, and Brackenhill.  Scutch Mills - Cogry, W. A. Todd; Ballywee, J. Jackson Baird
Telephone Call Office - Mrs. Patterson
East Antrim Kennels, Brookfield.  Whip, J. Lace; kennel huntsman, James Rae
Doagh Union Masonic Lodge No. 317 meets first Tuesday on or before full moon - W. M. Mr. David Hunter, Courthouse, Ballyclare; secretary, James Logan, Old Manse, Kilbride, Doagh

INHABITANTS

Adams, Carlton
Adams, Mrs., caretaker, dispensary
Adams, W., postman, Main Street
Alexander, A., Holestone
Allen, James, Rashee
Allen, Mrs., Doagh
Allison, Rev. Robert, Kilbride
Anderson, John, insurance agent
Andrew, R., cashier
Andrew, R., cashier Doagh Mill, Burnside, Doagh
Andrews, R., Holestone
Andrew, W., jun.
Andrew, W., The Braes
Armstrong, R., Drumadaragh

Baird, David, Ballywee
Baird, H., Ballyhammage
Baird, John J., Ballywee
Baird, Mrs., Ballyhamage House
Barclay, J. A., Burnside
Barclay, P., The Braes
Barr, W., Doagh
Barron, Robert, Ballypallady
Beggs, Thomas, Douglasland
Beggs, Thomas, Kilbride
Beggs, Thomas, general merchant
Bell, J., saddler, Ballybracken
Bell, Miss, Fisherwick Terrace
Bell, Samuel, postman
Bingham, Fred., Doagh, grocer
Black, D., Burnside
Black, J., Burnside
Blain, Miss, Ballybracken
Boyd, John, beetling engines, Cogry
Boyd, J., jun., Doagh
Boyd, Miss, Cogry
Bryson, John, Bryantang
Bryson, J., Ballyvoy
Bryson, W., Ballybracken
Buchanan, J., Cogry
Burns, George, Cogry
Burns, J., hackler, Ballyclare Road
Burns, William, Doagh
Byers, William, Holestone

Caldwell, R., Springvale
Cameron, Robt., night watchman Spinning Mill, Martindale Terrace
Campbell, William, Doagh
Christie, J., assistant teacher N.S.
Christie, S., Riversdale, farmer
Clugston, H., Springvale
Cousins, Mrs., Burnside
Cowan, Henry, Springvale
Cowan, Mrs., The Braes
Craig, George A., Heathpark, Browndod
Crawford, Robert, Cogry
Crawford, Thomas, Cogry
Crawford, W. J., Cogry

Dalrymple, A., Orpin's Mill
Dixon, Sir T. J., Bart., J.P., Drumadaragh House
Duncan, James, Kilbride

Easton, George, Doagh
Elliott, J., West End
Elliott, R., Drumadaragh
Evans, M., Kilbride

Fee, John, farmer, Ballyhartfield
Ferguson, James, farmer, Ballybracken
Ferguson, W. J., farmer, Holestone
Finlay, James, Springvale
Finlay, James, Drumadaragh
Finlay, Mrs., Springvale
Finlay, S., Springvale
Finlay, William, Drumadaragh
French, John, Drumadaragh
Fulton, Jonahan, farmer, Ballyhartfield (Jonathan)
Fulton, William, farmer, Ballyhartfield
Fulton, Wm., farmer, Ballyhartfield

Gailey, John, railway ganger
Gailey, John, postman
Gallagher, James, manager Doagh Flax Spinning Co., The Limes
Gault, John, herd and keeper
Gault, Saml., Drumadaragh
Gault, W., Beech Hill
Getty, James, Ballyvoy National School
Gilmour, John
Gilmour, Samuel, Doagh
Girvan, Robert, cashier Cogry Mill
Goudie, Wm., Doagh
Goudie, S.
Goudie, W., jun.
Graham, William

Hamill, Robert, Cogry
Hamilton, S.
Harbinson, Hugh, The Kennels, Doagh
Harper, A., Doagh
Harper, Joseph, Ballyhammage
Harper, Sam, Doagh
Harvey, Miss, Orpin's Mill
Harvey, W. M., Drumadaragh
Hegan, John, farmer, Fisherwick Lodge
Hegan, Mrs., N.S. teacher
Hegan, Thomas, farmer, Fisherwick Lodge
Heron, Mrs., Agent for the "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Herron, Mrs. W., draper
Herron, W., butcher
Hill, A., postman
Hill, John, boot maker, Doagh
Holland, W., tailor, Church Lane
Hoy, Mrs. Robert, Kilbride
Hunter, D., Cogry
Hunter, John, Church Lane
Hunter, Mrs. Jas., organist, Parish Church, Kilbride, Victoria Villas, Ballyclare
Hunter, R., jun., Ballyhammage
Hunter, Samuel, Lion's Den

Ingram Brothers, grocers, Doagh
Ingram, John, grocer and motor garage
Ingram, T. H., grocer, butter and egg merchant
Irvine, John, Rashee
Irvine, John, sen., Springvale
Irvine, John, Doagh
Irwin, R., Doagh

Jenkins, Eliza, Burnside
Jenkins, Isabella, Burnside
Jones, T. H., station master

Kelly, H., farmer, Doagh
Kelly, Thomas, farmer, Doagh
Kernohon, John, Kilbride
Kernohon, Mrs., Kilbride

Larmour, J., Holestone
Lavery, W., Beechwood
Legate, James M., bookkeeper, choir master Carnmoney Presbyterian Church, Oriel House
Leitch, J., Ballyhammage
Lewis, H., corn mill, Drumadaragh
Lindsay, Isaac, farmer, Lane Ends
Lindsay, Miss, Beulah House
Little, M., Ballybracken
Logan, James, principal teacher, N.S., Cogry, Old Manse, Kilbride
Logan, Robert, The Brae
Lorimer, J., West End

Magee, John, Waterheadstown
Magee, Miss, Kilbride
Magee, R., tailor, Doagh
Mahaffy, S., Ballybracken
Mahood, H., Ballywee
Major, Rev. John, retired clergyman, The Rectory, Doagh
Major, Rev. P. E., Rectory, Doagh
Martin, R., Doagh
Martin, R., preparing master
Mayne, John, Tumbling Bridge
Mayne, Thomas, jun., Doagh
Mayne, Thomas, sen., Doagh
Mayne & McCurley, grocers
Mercer, James, Cogry
Millar, James, Kilbride
Milford, John
Montgomery, D., Doagh
Montgomery, R., hackler, Fisherwick Terrace
Mooney, J., Drumadaragh P.O.
Moore, Mrs. T., organist, Ballyclare Unitarian Church
Moore, Thos., hackle setter
Moore, T., solicitor's clerk, Tumbling Bridge
Moreland, Miss, Cogry
Morrison, Hugh, clerk, Cogry Mill
Murdoch, A., Holestone

McAdam, James, farmer, Doagh
McAllister, M.
McAllister, W. R., contractor, Ballyhammage
McBride, Mrs., dress maker
McBride, R., farmer, Kilbride
McBroom, H., Holestone
McCaig, W., auctioneer
McCartney, Thomas, B.A., principal N.S. teacher and choir master Kilbride Presbyterian Church
McCleery, Mrs., Ballyhammage House
McCleery, Robert, Ballybracken
McCleland, D.
McClelland, James, Kilbride
McClelland, William, Kilbride
McConnell, John, publican and posting establishment
McConnell, Sam, Springvale
McConnell, Mrs. S., Doagh Hotel
McCormick, Wm. J., Cogry
McCrory, Mrs., Waterheadstown
McCurley, Mrs.
McDonald, Alex., Ballybracken
McDowell, James
McHugh, S., engineer, Cogry Square
McKaig, A., Cogry
McKinstry, Thomas, Ballyhammage
McKinstry, Robert, Holestone
McKinstry, W. J., Fourmileburn
McLean, George, Burnside
McMeekin, A., Cogry Mill House
McMeekin, J., sen., Church Lane
McMeekin, J., Jun.
McNally, Mrs., Burnside
McNally, Samuel, bleacher and choir master, Ballyeaston 2nd Presbyterian Church, Drumadaragh
McQuillian, William, Cogry

Nicholson, S., Cogry
Norman, A., butler, Holestone House
Norrell, Sarah, Orpin's Mill
Norrell, Thomas, Independent Terrace

Orr, Mrs., Burnside
Orr-Owens, Miss, Holestone House
Owens, George, boot maker
Owens, Francis, Doagh
Owens, Robert, spinning master, Doagh

Patterson, John, Rashee
Patterson, Robert, Cogry Stores

Quaite, James, Doagh

Ramey, W. J., Mill Row
Ramsay, John, Ballygowan
Ramsay, Mrs., Doagh
Ramsay, W., Lisnalark
Rea, David, gardener
Rea, W., Ballyclare Road
Reid, Alex., Parkmount
Reid, Alex., Mill Row
Reid, James, farmer, Station View
Reid, R., blacksmith
Reid, Robert, Ballyhamage
Reid, Walter, Doagh
Robinson, Mrs. A., farmer and grocer
Robson, R. B., principal N.S., Doagh

Semple, Hugh, Kilbride
Semple, S., Drumadaragh
Semple, Wm., cattle dealer, Kilbride
Semple, W., Burnside House
Service, Miss, Springvale
Service, R., Cogry
Smith, H., Drumadaragh
Smith, John, Holestone
Smith, John, Rashee
Smith, Miss, The Braes
Smith, Mary, Burnside
Smith, S., Kilbride
Smith, William, Holestone
Smyth, Robert, Ballyracken National School (Ballybracken)
Steele, John
Stevenson, William, Kilbride
Stewart, James, Rashee
Stewart, R., Rashee
Strain, James, principal teacher Parkgate N.S., Beechwood, Doagh

Taylor, Frank, manager, Springvale House
Taylor, Robert, warehouseman, Ballypallady
Taylor, Thomas, Doagh
Thompson, Jas., beetling works, Doagh
Todd, R., Waterheadstown
Todd, Samuel, Halftown
Todd, Stephen, Rashee
Topping, J., The Myra
Topping, W., The Myra
Tyney, Samuel, Cogry House

Walker, C., warehouseman, Doagh
Walker, Joseph, Cogry
Wallace, D. W., station master Midland Railway
Warwick, David, coal merchant
Warwick, David, carpenter, Kilbride
Weekly, W., Springvale
Wilson, Cornelius, Cogry
Wilson, J., Drumadaragh
Wilson, Mrs. J., Orpin's Mill
Wilson, Miss N., Orpin's Mill
Wilson, Robert, Cogry
Wilson, Thomas, director Doagh Flax Mill, The Villa, Doagh
Wilson, William, Orpin's Mill
Wright, J., Kilbride

DONAGHADEE

Is a beautifully-situated seaside resort in County Down, 14 miles from Belfast and 6 miles from Newtownards by the road, and 40 to 60 minutes' journey from Belfast by train, situated on the shore of the Irish Channel.  It is the nearest port to Scotland, being 21 miles from Portpatrick and Portlogan, the passage to which places can be made by steam vessels in one hour and a half.  There is a beautiful and most substantial harbour and lighthouse built by the Government for the accommodation of steam packets.  Donaghadee possesses all the advantages connected with a first-class bathing place, having a fine beach, good lodging houses, baths and other requisites, for the comfort and convenience of visitors, with a railway from Belfast, Downpatrick, and Ballynahinch, and is greatly frequented during the summer months.  Golf Course (18 hole) in the commodious Club-house, and Tennis Court.  The town faces the sea, and delightful walks can be enjoyed along the shore, and the walks and grounds of Mr. G. L. De La Cherios, J.P., generously thrown open to the public, are a favourite retreat.  At the northern end of the town is a Danish rath - a mound of considerable height, and surmounted by a tower and fortress in miniature, from the summit of which a beautiful prospect of the town and surrounding country, with a distant view of the Scotch coast and Copeland Isles, is commanded.  Population in 1911, 2,213.  The town adopted the Towns Improvement (Ireland) Act in 1904, and urban sanitary powers were making progress in every direction, and a good water supply and sewerage scheme has been provided.  The shops' half-holiday is on Thursday

Post Office, High Street - Mrs. Caldwell, postmistress
Donaghadee Urban Council - James Fullerton (chairman), S. S. Vance (vice-chairman), John Baird, J. H. Mulholland, J.P.; Wm. John Morrison, Thomas A. Lloyd, George Gibson, M.D., J.P.; John Angus, J. M. Mahood, Jacob McGee, and J. W. Charles.  Office, Bow Street
Town Clerk - David Walker
Medical Officer of Health - Dr. R. A. Nesbitt
Veterinary Inspector of Dairies and Cowsheds - S. Bailie, V.S., Newtownards
Town Surveyor - W. D. R. Taggart, C.E., 2 Wellington Place, Belfast; rate collector, David McKibbin, 6 Shore Street
Town Foreman - David Campbell, Moat Street
Clerk of Petty Sessions - D. Young, Newtownards
Clerk of Town Court - D. Walker, Donaghadee
Poor-Law Guardians for Urban District - Messrs. Wm. J. Morrison and T. A. Lloyd
Rural District Councillor - Henry Ferguson, Hogstown House
School Attendance Committee - Rev. Robt. Maxwell (chairman), Rev. Robt. Andrews, Rev. M. H. G. Willis, M.A.; Messrs. Jas. Fullerton, Jacob McGee, and William J. Morrison.  David Walker, secretary; Wm. J. Harper, officer
Local Technical Instruction Committee - S. S. Vance (chairman); Dr. Geo. Gibson, J.P.; Wm. J. Morrison, J. H. Mulholland, J.P.; Robert Sloan, W. J. Lamont, Wm. Atkinson, F. W. Bell, and Thos. A. Lloyd.  School in Manor Street (opened in October 1913) - principal, J. McCullough
Members of County Committee - Wm. J. Morrison and Thos. A. Lloyd
Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages - Dr. R. A. Nesbitt, High Street, and Dispensary; deputy registrar, D. Walker
Registrar of Marriages for district of Newtownards - A. D. Simpson, Newtownards
Bank - The Ulster Bank Limited, New Street.  Manager, Mr. J. R. Love; accountant, Mr. Smith
Coastguards - Mr. Cox, officer in charge
Harbour Master - Mr. Collins
Lighthouse Keeper - J. Corish
Donaghadee Golf Club (18 hole course) - President, G. L. Delacherois; captain, J. Grey; honorary treasurer, J. J. Hyde; hon. secretary, W. B. Fennell; secretary, R. Simpson, Cottown
Donaghadee Lifeboat Station - Hon. Secretary, R. F. McCrea, Ulster Bank; coxswain, William G. Nelson. Splendidly equipped motor lifeboat
R.I. Constabulary Station - Sergeant W. R. Singleton; Constables Kenny, Lynch, Henry and Byrne
Donaghadee Coal Fund - Chairman, G. L. Delacherois, J.P.; collectors, Miss Delacherois and Mrs. Stuart; treasurer and secretary, Rev. S. Walker, M.A.
Donaghadee Orange Lodges - No. 241, W. R. McCauley, W.M. (meets on first Monday night in each month);  No. 781, Robert Sloan, W.M. (meets on the first Thursday night in each month) in New Hall, Moat Street, opened in November, 1912
Donaghadee Gas Light Co. - Secretary, J. W. Charles; manager, A. Roberts; collector, J. W. Charles

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland Parish Church - Rev. M. H. G. Willis, M.A., rector; Carrowdore - G. L. L'Estrange; Ballywalter, Rev. Bell; Greyabbey, Rev. C. H. Waddell, B.D.
United Free Presbyterian Church, Ballyfrenis - Rev. H. F. Kirker
Presbyterian Churches - High Street - Rev. S. Walker; Shore Street - Rev. Robt. Andrews; Carrowdore - Rev. William McClure; Millisle - Rev. S. J. Lyons
Methodist Church, Moat Street - Rev. R. Maxwell
Salvation Army Citadel, Shore Street
Roman Catholic Chapel - High Street

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

National School, New Road - Mr. Adair, teacher; assistant, Miss McLean
Leslie Schools - Mrs. W. H. Crosbie, and Mrs. J. C. Crosbie, and Miss Dougan, teachers
National School, Parade - Mr. Munce, Miss Waterworth, and Miss MacGowan, teachers
National School, Moat Street - Mr. J. McCausland, Miss Sproule, and Miss Bell

HOTELS

Imperial, Marine, Mount Royal (Miss Brady), Ulster, Royal, Arthur's Temperance

INHABITANTS

Adair, W. R., Millisle Road
Adams, John, grocer and hardware merchant, Manor Street
Adams, Mrs., Millisle Road
Alexander, Alex., Park Avenue
Alexander, T. Erskine, solicitor, Seabreeze
Andrews, Rev. Robert, The Manse, Warren Road
Angus, Alexander, The Warren Road
Angus, Andrew, jun., cabinet maker, High Street
Angus, Andrew, coal merchant and grocer, (?)
Angus, John, hardware merchant, New Street
Angus, Miss C., The Warren Road
Angus, Wm., coal merchant, Bow Street
Arthur, William, car owner, Marine Parade
Atkinson, W., draper, New Street

Baird, John, Warren Road
Baird, Mrs. J., Warren Road
Ballintine, Mrs., dress maker, Mount Street
Barbour, Mrs. Harold, The Warren
Barnett, D. W., Warren Road
Barnett, R., Seabreeze
Bayne, Samuel C., Warren Road
Beatty, John, Ballycopeland Manse
Bell, F. W., Rosebank
Bennett, John, carter, etc., Bow Street and Cannyreagh
Bennett, William, blacksmith, Manor Street
Berrington, H., Rocklyn, Warren Road
Berry, Mrs. Robert, Millisle Road
Bitcon, Robt., Northfield
Blizard, Mrs., Hesper
Bloomfield Bakery Co., Railway Pavilion
Boyd, William, flax mill, Portavo
Boyd, Wm., Shore Street
Brown, John, Shore Street
Brown, J., confectioner, etc., Parade
Brown, J., Mount Royal, William Street
Brown, J. J., New Road
Brown, Mrs. Grace, Millisle Road
Brown, Mrs., confectioner and tobacconist, 15 Parade
Brown, The Misses, New Road
Brown, The Misses, dress makers, High Street
Brown, Thos., J.P., Clifton, Warren Road
Brown, T. H., draper, Bridge Street
Buckle, Thomas, Northfield Road
Bullick, Mrs., confectioner, High Street
Bunting, James, brick layer, William Street
Bunting, James, car owner, Union Street
Bunting, John, hair dresser, High Street
Bunting, Mrs., posting establishment, Union Street
Bunting, Robert, boat owner, Warren Road
Burnside, J., East Street

Cairns, T., Northfield
Caldwell, James, Bridge Street, retired supt. G.P.O.
Caldwell, Mrs., postmistress
Caldwell, R. J., High Street
Calvert, Wm., High Street
Campbell, David, town foreman, Moat Street
Campbell, David, The Dairy, Moat Street
Campbell, John, Millisle Road
Campbell, Mrs., Breeze Hill, Millisle Road
Campbell, Miss Sarah, Shore Street
Campbell,s Mrs., Parade (Mrs. Campbells)
Campbell, Wm., Shore Street
Caproni, Enrico, Parade
Carson, Mrs., Gardens, Cannyreagh
Caughey, Miss A., New Street
Caughey, Miss J., milliner and draper, New Street
Charles, James W., New Street
Charley, J., Bridge Street
Cleland, W. and J. A., The Warren
Clotworthy, Miss, Mount Street
Clung, Mrs., The Dairy, Parade
Coates, Dr. Stanley B., Craigmore
Coates, J. Dunville, solicitor, Warren Road
Connolly, Mrs. W. H., Millisle Road
Connolly & Co. Ltd., spirit merchants, Manor Street; Chas. Windley, manager
Conway, James, William Street
Corish, J., lighthouse keeper
Cosh, Miss Anna, Moat Street
Coulter, John, Moat Avenue
Coulter, The Misses, Mount Royal
Cousins, W., grocer and spirit merchant; agent for the "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Crawford, J., Warren Road
Creevy, Thomas, Railway Street
Creighton, Francis, Mount Street
Crosbie, Mrs. John, Brae Moyle
Crosbie, J. C., Northfield
Crosbie, W. H., Villa Nova
Cuming, Alex., Shore Street
Cuming, Miss, Ardara
Curragh, Fredk., cabinet maker, New Street
Curragh, William, builder, Killaughey Road

Dalzell, John, grocer, High Street
Davidson, James, Linwood, Warren Road
Davidson, Mrs., publican, High Street
Davidson, Mrs. Jas., boat owner, Edward Street
Davis, Mrs., William Street
Davis, Thomas, Bridge Street
Davies, Mrs. W. H., car owner, Parade
Delacherois, Geo. L., J.P., The Manor House
Doran, G. A., J.P., The Cottage, New Road
Dowling, James, Millisle Road
Dowling, John, Millisle Road
Dunbar-Buller, C. W., D.L., Woburn
Duncan, Miss, dress maker and draper, Mount Street
Dunlop, Miss, Parade
Dunlop, R. A., Breezemount, Millisle Road
Dunn, Alex., Moat Street
Dunn, Francis, boot maker, Bow Street
Dunn, Miss, Meetinghouse Street
Dunn, Mrs., Church Place
Dunn, Mrs. W., confectioner and grocer, New Street

Eady, Miss, Meetinghouse Street
Eady, Mrs., New Street
Eady, Thomas, William Street
Emerson, Miss, grocer, Shore Street
Emerson, Robert, Moat Street
Evans, R. J., aerated water manufacturer, Harmony Stores and Mount Alexander

Feherty, Daniel, station master
Fennell, Mrs., New Road
Fennell, W. B., New Road
Ferguson, G., grocer, Bow Street
Ferguson, Henry, farmer, Hogstown
Fitchie, James, Marthon
Forbes, Miss, New Road
Forrester, J. V., New Road
Foster, John, well sinker, Moat Street
Fullerton, James, mason, Mount Street
Fullerton, Jeannie, draper and milliner, Moat Street
Fullerton, Marcus, timber and slate merchant, Manor Street
Fullerton, Marcus, Church Place
Fullerton, Miss, High Street
Fullerton, Mrs., coal merchant, Manor Street
Fulton, Henry, grocer, Church Place

Galway, James, William Street
Galway, Miss, Park Avenue
Galway, Mrs., Park Avenue
Gardiner, F., Warren Road
Garrett, H. L., Warren Road
Gass, Miss, Warren Road
Gatensby, Samuel, Princess Gardens
Geddis, Mrs., Mount Alexander
George, John, plasterer, Bow Street
Gibson, Dr. George, J.P., Glen Rual, Shore Street
Gilliland, John, New Road
Gordon, Wm., Northfield
Graham, George, Board of Works, foreman, Moat Street
Graham, Hugh, solicitor, Princess Gardens, Millisle Road
Gray, Alexander, Warren Road
Gray, James A., The Belfast Cafe, Bridge Street and Parade
Gray, Miss, Lisalee, Shore Street
Gray, Mrs., Sea Rock Cafe, Parade
Griffiths, Mrs. Joseph, Parade
Gunning, John, Moat Street
Gunning, John, sea captain, Manor Street

Halpin & Co., Auctioneers, Valuers House, Land, and Insurance Agents and Fire Loss Accessories, Parade, and at Castle Market, Belfast and High Street, Newtownards
Hamill, John, tailor, Bridge Street
Hamilton, Alex., Shore Street
Hamilton, Edwin, J.P., Barrister-at-Law, The Crossways
Hamilton, John, Moat Street
Hamilton, Mrs., New Street
Hamilton, Miss, Shore Street
Hamilton, Miss, Kilburn
Hamilton, Mrs. A., Castle Street
Hamilton, W., butcher, New Street
Hanna, Hector, New Road
Harper, Captain William, Stockbridge
Harper, John, Moat Street
Harper, Mrs. James, William Street
Harper, Mrs. R., Moat Street
Harper, Wm., sexton Parish Church, Church Place
Harper. William John, civil bill officer
Heggarty, Thos., publican, New Street and Parade
Henry, Captain J. S., Church Place
Henry, John W., R.I.C., Moat Street
Heron, David, carrier and tobacconist, High Street
Heron, Mrs., Princess Gardens
Herron, James, carrier for B. & C. D. Railway., High Street
Herron, John, fish and fowl merchant, High Street
Hill, Thomas, Bow Street
Hind, Miss, Killaughey Road
Hillis, Mrs., Killaughey Road
Houston, A., Moat Street
Hudson, Miss Mary, Parade, & Millisle Road
Hunter, Mrs., Moat Street
Hutchison, Mrs., family grocer, High Street
Hutchinson, Wm., High Street
Hutton, H. T., Erin Lodge

Imperial Hotel, Parade - Mrs. Campbell, proprietress

Jamison, G., Lisdoon, Warren Road
Jamison, Joseph, New Street
Jamison, Miss, Breezemount, Millisle Road

Kearney, Wm., High Street
Kenny, John, R.I.C., New Street
Kerr, Captain, Portavo
Kirk, Wm., Moat Street
Kirker, Rev. H. F., Ballyfrenis
Knight, A. E., M.D., Monavista
Knox, John, farmer, Ballyvester
Knox, James, farmer, Ballyvester

Lachlan, Joseph G., William Street
Lennon, Mrs. W., Shore Street
Lennon, Wm., Bow Street
Lewis, Mrs., Moat Street
Lewis, confectioner, Moat Street
Lightbody, James, cycle merchant, Parade
Lindsay, Andrew, East Street
Lindsay, Andrew, Railway Street
Lindsay, Wm., Railway Street
Lloyd, T. A., painter and decorator, Moat Street
Louden, James, L.P.S.I., drug and grocery stores, Bridge Street
Lynas, S., painter and decorator, Parade
Lyons, Rev. J., Millisle

Macbeth, Mrs., Warren Road
MacGowan, Mrs., Moat Street
Mackintosh, T. C. G., solicitor, New Street
Macoun, Miss, Wyncroft, Warren Road
Magee, Miss, Millisle Road
Magill, Hugh, principal Ballyvester N.S.
Maguire, James, publican, Manor Street
Mahood, James M., draper, High Street
Marine Hotel, Parade
Martin, John, blacksmith, Killaughey
Matear, Thomas, car owner, Moat Street
Milliken, Wm., Warren House
Minford, Rev. J. Y., Carrowdore
Monk, Alexander, Ballywilliam
Monk, Mrs. John, High Street
Montgomery, H. H., Warren Road
Moore, David, brick layer, Manor Street
Moore, D. B., New Road
Moore, George, Castle Street
Moore, James, Castle Street
Moore, John, Killaughy Road
Moore, John, brick layer, Edward Street and William Street
Moore, J., flax mill, Ballynoe
Moore, Mrs., Mount Street
Moore, The Misses, Park Avenue
Moore & Shilliday, carriers, Bangor Road
Moorhead, Miss, High Street
Morrison, James, spirit dealer, Moat Street
Morrison, Rev. S. W., High Street
Morrison, Wm. John, Parade
Mount Royal Hotel,  manageress, Miss Brady
Muckle, R., spirit merchant, Millisle
Muckle, Thomas, Millisle Road
Mulholland, James H., J.P., Strathclyde and Bow Street
Murray, Mrs., Princess Gardens, Millisle Road

McCammond, Jas. N., C.E., Walton, Millisle
McCance, David, saddler, New Street
McCann, John, Betsworth, Warren Road
McCausland, J., school teacher
McClure, Frederick, draper, New Street
McClure, James, carpenter, High Street
McClure, Mrs., sowed (sewed) muslin agent, High Street
McConkey, Edward, plasterer, Moat Avenue
McConkey, John, Railway Street
McConkey, Robert, Hotel, Parade
McConkey, Robert, jun., Manor Street
McConkey, Wm., Moat Street
McCormick, David, plumber, etc., Parade
McCormick, F. J., J.P., Maymount
McCready, Philip, Union Street
McCullough, John, Grocer, Confectioner and Newsagent; Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" & "Belfast Weekly News," Parade
McCullough, J., principal, Technical School
McCullough, Mrs., Brookmount, Warren Road
McDowell, Andw., Warren Road
McDowell, Andrew, pilot, Warren Road
McDowell, Joseph, sewing agent, Parade
McDowell, Robert, jun., pilot, Warren Road
McGee, Jacob, Church Place
McGimpsey, H., cycle merchant, New Street
McGimpsey, Wm., grocer, William Street
McGrattan, A., Killaughey Road and Parade
McIlroy, John, Belvedere, Ballywilliam
McKee, J. J., Rathmore Terrace
McKee, Miss, Killaughy Road
McKenzie, Mrs., Killaughy Road
McKibben, Andrew, tailor, Shore Street
McKibbin, David, rate collector, house, land, and insurance agent & auctioneer, 6 Shore Street and "Lisalee"
McKibbin, Robert, Meetinghouse Street
McKibbin, Wm. T., painter, etc., Shore Street
McLawrence, Robert, carter, Moat Street
McMeekan, John, High Street
McMinn, Mrs., Herdstown House
McNarry, George, butcher, High Street
McNarry, Henry, fruiterer, High Street
McNarry, Joseph, dealer and fruiterer, New Street
McNarry, Robert, furniture dealer and remover and car owner, Shore Street
McNarry, Thomas, Union Street
McNarry, William, car owner, Parade
McPeak, John, Manor Street
McPeake, Elizabeth, Bow Street

Neill, John, Millisle Road
Neill, Thomas, Shore Street
Neill, ?, coal merchant, Manor Street
Nesbitt, James, N.S. teacher, Millisle
Nesbitt, R. A., M.D., High Street

Oliver, Mrs., Bow Street
Oliver, Mrs. H., Moat Street
Oliver, Wm., High Street

Patterson, Mrs., publican, High Street
Patterson, Robt. A., publican, Moat Street
Perry, John, Northfield Road
Picture House, Manor Street - E. J. Evans, proprietor
Pink, Samuel, Millisle Road
Polly, ?, chief officer, Irish Lights Station
Potts, Mrs., Millisle Road
Price, The Misses, Mount Street

Rankin, James, publican, Manor Street
Reid, B., printer, Millisle Road
Reid, D. D., B.L., Rathmona
Reid, Miss, High Street
Reilly, Miss, Parade
Reilly, Mrs., Bow Street
Roberts, A. J., manager Donaghadee Gasworks
Roberts, W. H., Donaghadee Gasworks

Saunders, James, High Street
Semple, George, East Street
Semple, Samuel, Moat Avenue
Semple, Samuel, Castle Street
Simpson, Robert, boatman, Shore Street
Simpson, Robt., jun., boatman, Union Street
Simpson, T., boat man, Shore Street
Sloan, Patrick, draper and outfitter, High Street
Sloan, Robert, house and insurance agent, and auctioneer, High Street
Sloan & Baird, auctioneers and valuators, High Street and Warren Road
Smith, James, Moat Street
Smith, James, confectioner, Moat Street
Smith, S. T., Princess Gardens
Smith, W. G., druggist and grocer, High Street
Stanners, F., bakery, High Street
Stevenson, Sarah, delph merchant, Moat Street
Stevenson, Wm., hairdresser, New Street
Stewart, Miss Mary, Le Roi Dairy, High Street
Stewart, Wm., fruiterer, High Street
Street, Mrs., Warren Road
Stuart, The Misses, Parade

Taylor, James A., cycle merchant, High Street
Thompson, James, Millisle Road
Thompson, John, spirit grocer, Moat Street
Thompson, Robert, Sea Breeze
Thompson, Wm., Moat Street
Thompson & McKibbin, house and estate agents, valuators and auctioneers, Shore Street
Thompson, The Misses, dress makers, Millisle Road
Trimble, Miss, Moat Street

Ulster Baths & Temperance Hotel, Shore Street
Ulster Bank, New Street - J. R. Love, manager; S. T. Smith, accountant
Urban Conucil (Council) Office, Bow Street - D. Walker, town clerk

Vance, S. S., Northfield
Vint, Samuel, painter, Union Street

Walker, D., town clerk
Walker, James, jun., boot maker, Moat Street
Walker, Mrs. H. A., Harmony Place
Walker, Rev. Saml., Ardrea
Walker, W. F., New Road
Wallace, William, Moat Street
Walsh, Robert, Auburn, Warren Road
Wellwood, Wallace, Princess Gardens
Willis, Rev. M. H. G., The Rectory
Wilson, Thomas, Bow Street
Windley, Chas., Bow Street
Windley, Mrs., Bow Street
Withers, Hugh, Northfield Road

DONEGAL

Which gives its name to the County Donegal (anciently called Tyrconnell) is a pretty seaport town, about fifteen miles from Stranorlar, and thirteen from Ballyshannon.  It is connected with Stranorlar by a narrow gauge line of rail which passes through the romantic and picturesque Gap of Barnes, and is now connected with Killybegs by an extension of same line.  A line of railway was opened a few years ago connecting it with Ballyshannon.  Donegal is situated at the mouth of the Eske - a river abounding with fish of every kind - and on a bay of the same name.  There are good grain and flax markets in the town, a pork market is held every Thursday, and a fair on the second Friday in the month.  The population in 1911 was 1,104

Post Office - J. C. Esphy, postmaster
Stamp Office - Post Office
Inland Revenue Officer 0 J. Elkin, Donegal
Belfast Bank - S. C. Thomson, manager
Ulster Bank - Samuel Stewart, manager
Courthouse - Robert Keatley, caretaker
Commissioner for taking Affidavits - George N. K. O'Donnell, James Dunlevy, John H. Magee, solicitor
Coroner - James Boyle, Ballybofey; Dr. O'Sullivan, deputy
Dispensary and Hospital - H. T. A. Warnock, F.R.C.S.I.
Inspector of Weights and Measures - Sergeant Mulherin, R.I.C. Barracks
Emigration Agents - C. Britton, James Henderson, J.P.; Michael Flood, J.P.; C. Campbell
Quarter Sessions - Held four times a year for Crown and Civil business. Chairman - His Honour Judge Cooke.  R. A. Wilson, Lifford, Clerk of the Peace
Petty Sessions - Second Wednesday of each month - Anthony Dunleary, clerk
Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths - H. T. A. Warnock and John Sweeney
Schools - Miss Fitzgerald, mistress of No. 1 National School; J. McGovern, master of Nuala National School; David Wray
Solicitors - P. M. Gallagher, J. Dunleavy, J. H. Magee, and R. J. Ward, M.A., LL.B.
Union Workhouse - Clerk of workhouse, George Dunnion, resident, Donegal; master, C. Sturdy; medical officer,  H. T. Warnock, F.R.S.; relieving officer, G. Stewart, Drumgun; Protestant chaplain, Rev. C. P. Fisher, B.A.  Vicarage, Donegal; Roman Catholic chaplain, Rev. Monsignor J. Walker, P.P., Nuala Terrace
R.I. Constabulary - Sergeant Jas. Mulhern, and five constables
Rate Collector - Phil Cassidy

INHABITANTS

Abraham, Rev. A., Wesleyan minister

Conyngham, Marquis, The Hall, Mountcharles
Cunningham, Rev., C.C., Clair

Fawcett, John, Doonan, Donegal
Fisher, Rev. C. P., B.A., Church of Ireland
Fleming, Rev. S., B.A., Church of Ireland, Killymard

Graham, John, Tullymornin, Donegal

Hamilton, W., J.P., Coxton
Hammond, Messrs., Bridgetown, Donegal
Henderson, James, J.P.
Henry, James

McShane, Rev. H., C.C., Donegal

Neilson, Rev. R., B.A., Presbyterian minister

O'Donnell, James, Rathpoker

Pearson, R., Abbey View, Donegal
Pomeroy, John A., J.P., Salthill

Robinson, C. H., R.M., Magherabeg
Robinson, T. A., Reden

Sinclair, William, Bonny Gleen, Inver

Walker, Rev. J., P.P., Donegal
Wallace, Captain, Ardnamona
White, Major, Lough Eske Castle

Auctioneers - J. Sweeny, M. Flood, McClay & McDermot
Bakers - J. Irvine, T. Doherty, E. Pinkerton
Booksellers and Newsagents - Anthony Dunaevy, and James Henderson, Agent for the "Belfast News-Letter" and the "Belfast Weekly News," Eason & Sons Ltd.
Boot and Shoe Makers - John McGinty, John Sweeney, Pat. McGowan, and W. Clinton
Boot and Shoe Shops - William Arnold, John Sweeney, John Magee & Co., A. Wray, H. Langan, and F. Britton
Builders - W. Jackson, P. Diver, A. Martin, D. Henderson, Hugh Doherty, W. Hammond, John Mackay
Butchers - W. Kelly, J. McNeely, A. Begley
Carpenters - Wm. Jackson, W. White, David Henderson, H. Doherty, A. Martin, E. W. Hammond, and Wm. Keenan
Coach Builder - William Galbraith
Coal Merchants - James Anderson, James Murphy, W. J. Macmillan, and J. Gallen
Cooper - W. Hammond
Druggists - R. Chapman, Donegal Pharmacy Ltd.
Flour and Grain Merchant - James Anderson
Greengrocers - Patrick Meehan, Patrick Hegarty, Chas. Doherty, and Alex. Scarff
Grocers - John Gallen (s), William Anderson, P. McDermott, M. Flood (s), Ellen O'Neill (s), Lawrence Gillespie (s), W. Kerr, J. Irwin, J. McGroarty (s), C. Britton, T. Doherty, Francis Campbell, and Miss Brogan (s), Alex. Scarff. (Those marked (s) are spirit dealer)
Hardware Merchants - W. Hammond, J. Irwin, W. J. Macmillan
Haberdashers - James McLoome, James Timony, Andrew Wray, Robert Temple, Miss Miller, Edward Britton, H. Langan, White Bros., Furey & Co.
Hide Merchants - Andrew Bigley, and J. McNeely
Horse Shoers - John McBrearty, Thomas Robinson, and Charles Brown
Hotels - The Arran, Capt. Hastings; Commercial, Susan Smullen; Diamond, Mary Craig
Jewellers - James Henderson and W. Britton
Leather Merchant - J. Sweeney
Manager of Gas Works - Matthew Smith
Miller - Miss Kelly, grain and maize
Milliners and Dress Makers - Miss Britton, Miss Miller, The Misses Gallagher, Misses McBrerty, Mrs. Coulter, Miss Kee, Miss Kennedy, Mrs. Smyth, and Mrs. Keenan
Motor and Cycle Mechanics - T. McGinty, jun., E. W. Kennedy
Motor Cars - Daniel McMenamin, J. Gallen, Michael Flood, Thos. McGinty, Patrick Meeghan, Joseph Brown
Oil and Colour Merchants - W. Hammond, W. J. Macmillan, and J. Irvine & Co.
Painters and Glaziers - Wm. Jackson, D. Henderson, W. Hammons, Joseph Smyth, and H. Doherty
Photographers - W. Watson, T. A. Robinson
Plough Makers - Thomas Robinson and Wm. McDade
Plumber and Gasfitter - Matthew Smyth
Posting Establishments - E. Quigley, D. McMenimen, Captain Hastings, T. Cunningham, Susan Smullen
Publicans - J. Gallen, M. Flood, T. Cassidy, L. Gillespie, John Begley, Mrs. Smlulen, (Smullen) M. McGoldrick, Bartley McMullan, E. Haughey, J. Gallagher, A. McLay, John Megaghrin, Ann Brogan, Michael Mulreavey, E. Dunnion, Elizabeth Quigley, Susan McBrearty, Thomas McGinty, Joseph Martin (billiards), Miss Hastings, Ellen O'Neill, John McGroarty, Patrick Gillespie, Mary Craig, W. Lawn, and Hugh Dorrian
Saddlers - Wm. Arnold, H. Day
Seed Merchants - John Gallen, J. Irwin, and M. Flood
Sewing Machine Dealer - J. Henderson, J.L
Sewing Agents - Miss Gallagher, Mrs. M. Dunleavy, T. McGinty, Mrs. Cunningham, C. Doherty, E. McGettigan, Francis Campbell, and Miss A. Dunleavy
Station Master - John McGowan
Tailors - Andrew Kennedy, H. Black, John Henderson, J. Harvey
The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Limited - Agent, S. C. Thompson, Belfast Bank
The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Limited - Agents, John Sweeney & Co., Hugh Doherty, Bridge, Dungloe
The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Limited - Agent, D. Cromie, Convoy
The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Limited - Agent, Thomas McShane, Bruckless
Ticket Office - Hugh Wray
Timber Merchants - William J. Macmillan, J. Irwine
Tinsmith - R. McKeown
Watch Makers - P. Gallagher, Jas. Henderson, and W. Briton
Whitesmiths - W. McDade & Sons
Woollen Drapers - James McLoome, James Timony, Magee & Co., E. Britton, A. Wray, Miss Millar, H. Langan, White Bros., Furey & Co.
Woollen Factory - Homespuns - Magee & Co.

DONEMANA

This is a thriving and healthy village, situate on the River Dennet, about nine miles from Londonderry, and six from Strabane.  It was founded by Sir John Drummond in 1619, and he built a bawn of 109 feet square near the town.  This bawn was removed and a castle built on the site by Sir John Burgoyne.  It is now in ruins.  On the opposite side of the road is the rectory, above which is an extensive wood called the "Glastry" or "Cloister" wood, and nestling under this is the beautiful new Parish Church, built in 1879, at a cost of over £3,000.  Both externally and internally it is one of the handsomest churches in the Diocese.  Fairs are held on the last Thursday of every month.

Auctioneers - A. P. Campbell, John Semple
Bill Poster - R. Forbes
Boot and Shoe Warehouses - R. Lowry, J. J. Henderson, W. J. Allen, and J. McGinnis
Boot and Shoe Makers - J. Monteith, James O'Hara, R. Forbes, Robert McAleer
Builders - Thomas Allen, R. Ellis, J. Conway
Carpenters - Thomas Allan, Wm. Jack, Jas. Galbraith
Butchers - Wm. J. Allen, McAleer Bros.
Clergy - Rev. Dr. Gatchell, rector; Rev. P. McGlinchy, P.P.; Rev. McGlynn, C.C.; Rev. D. Hay (Presbyterian)
Constabulary - B. Foley, sergeant
Coroner - John Elliott, solicitor, Strabane
Dispensary - W. Hamilton, L.R.C.P. and S.Ed.
District Nurse - Mrs. Tedley
Drapers - R. J. Fulton, Mrs. Meenagh
Grocers - Francis O'Connor, J. J. Henderson, Robt. Lowry, John McGinniss, W. J. Allen, David Devine, and James McFarland
Guano and Seed Merchants - Robt. Lowry, John McGinniss, Francis O'Connor, J. J. Henderson, David Devine, Jas. McFarland
Hearse Proprietors - J. J. Henderson, J. McFarland
Hotel Keepers - R. Lowry, J. J. Henderson, D. Devine
Horse Shoer and Blacksmith - John A. Ward
Income Tax Collector - Jas. Houston
Insurance Agents - A. Connison, A. P. Campbell, R. J. Fulton
Land Agent - J. McAleer, A. P. Campbell
Lodging House Keepers - Robert Forbes, James Donaghey, Mrs. Murray
Letter Carriers - Jas. Colhoun, Robt. Hamilton, J. McGee, J. Hamilton, Wm. J. Harran, Patk. Magee, J. Murray, F. Allen
Makers of Agricultural Implements - John McCafferty, Robert Kee
Magistrates - Cecil H. Browne-Lecky, R. J. Craig, James Mathers, J. P. Thompson, Sir John B. Johnston, Samuel Eaton, John Harkin, Captain B. Gosselin, R.M., and Mr. Rankin
Newsagents - J. McGinniss, Robert Lowry, J. J. Henderson, James McFarland
Petty Sessions Clerk - Robert McNamee
Post Car Owners - James McKinley, W. Arbuckle, Patrick McGee, B. Christy
Post and Telegraph Office - Mrs. Fulton, postmistress
Printer - A. P. Campbell
Process Server - John Wallace
Publicans - R. Lowry, J. J. Henderson, John McGinniss, Francis O'Connor, David Devine, James McKinlay
Registrar of Births and Deaths - Dr. Hamilton
Summons Server - W. Reilly
Shirt Agents - John McGinniss, Miss Meloy, Messrs. Stapley & Smith, F. O'Connor, D. Devine
Saddler - J. Colhoun
School Teachers - J. O'Neill, Miss B. McNamee, Mrs. Curry, Wm. Hall, Mr. Russell, J. McGill, and D. Doherty
Church Sextons - James Monteith and Robt. Forbes
Shipping Agents - Allan Line, A. P. Campbell; Anchor Line, J. J. Henderson
Tailor - J. McMenamin
Ulster Bank

DOWNPATRICK

Downpatrick, a market town, and the seat of the Diocese of Down, is the Assize and principal town in County Down, eighteen miles south-east from Belfast.  The town was formerly the seat of the linen trade, and brewing, tanning, etc., were carried on, but there are no manufacturing industries at present.  The town is entirely dependent on agriculture, the country around being most productive.  The County Down Railway, completed in March, 1859, connects the town with Belfast.  The Downpatrick and Newcastle Railway, opened in 1869, connects Dundrum and Newcastle with Downpatrick; and the Ardglass Railway connects Downpatrick with Killough and Ardglass.  Adjoining the town is Down Cathedral an embattled edifice, comprising a nave, choir, and aisles, with a lofty tower at the west end.  It is furnished with a good organ, which was in 1896, and again in 1914 overhauled and repaired, and there are stalls for the dignitaries.  It is believed that the remains of the Patron Saint of Ireland are interred within the walls of the venerable edifice, and not in the adjoining graveyard as popularly supposed.  Fairs - First Tuesday in each month.  Markets - Tuesday and Saturday.  The shops' half-holiday is on Thursday.  Population, 3,199

Post Office, Church Street - P. J. O'Hare, postmaster
Excise Office - P. W. Hanna, English Street

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland, Down Cathedral - Dean Very Rev. J. Pierce Brown, Seaforde; precentor; Rev. F. B. Aldwell, M.A.; Rev. A. J. Moore, M.A., chancellor; Rev. G. G. Mervyn, M.A., treasurer; archdeacon, Ven. L. A. Pooler, D.D.; prebendaries, Revs. J. I. Peacocke, B.D., and A. R. Ryder, B.D.; secretary of Cathedral Board, Colonel Wallace; organist, A. J. H. Coulter
Parish Church - Ven. Archdeacon Pooler, D.D., rector; Rev. J. G. Pooler, curate; organist, J. Adamson, English Street
Presbyterian Church - Rev. R. McElney, M.A.
Methodist Church - Rev. James Dickson
Unitarian Church - Rev. R. Philipson
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. John Byrne, C.C., and Rev. H. Boyle, P.P.

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

Banks - Northern, English Street - Robert Thompson, manager; H. E. Kearney, pro-manager.  Ulster, Irish Street - S. C. N. Lowry, manager
Southwell Down National Schools - Male teacher, J. Adamson, B.A.; J. Purdy, and Miss Richey, assistants; female teachers, Miss Gifford, principal, Misses S. Gifford, and Cherry, assistants
Infiramry (Infirmary) Street School - Male teacher, J. Moore, B.A.; Miss Porter, assistant
John St. School - Christian Brothers, teachers
District Lunatic Asylum - Dr. M. J. Nolan, resident medical superintendent; Dr. J. Cotter, assistant medical officer; J. W. Lillie, clerk; Wm. Hanna, store keeper
Union Workhouse - 25 Electoral Divisions - Board meets on Saturday; chairman, Charles E. Greene; vice-chairman, Edwd. Drake
Rural District Council meets on second and fourth Saturdays - Chairman, Mr. Edward McQuoid, J.P.; vice-chairman, Mr. P. McMullan, J.P.; R. L. Morrow, clerk of union and Rural District Council
Downpatrick Technical School, English Street - Principal, John McMeekan
Downpatrick Gas Company - Directors meet first Thursday in each month.  Manager and Engineer, C. W. Mearns; collector, Miss E. M. Jordan; secretary, John Henderson
Southwell Charity and Parochial Schools - Managed by a Board of Governors, viz. - Archdeacon Pooler, D.D., rector of Down, chairman; Rev. J. G. Pooler, curate of Down; Lord Dunleath, Mr. S. McMurray and Mr. J. S. Stephens (church wardens, Down Parish Church), Col. Gracey, J.P.; Col. R. H. Wallace, C.B., D.L.; Dr. T. M. Tate, Mr. S. Perceval-Maxwell, Major Pilson, Mr. B. N. Johnson, and Mr. H. C. Weir; Mr. J. R. McConnell, J.P., secretary
County Infirmary - T. M. Tate, M.D., surgeon
County Council Offices, Courthouse - Robert MacIlwaine, secretary; James Heron, county surveyor
County Courthouse - G. Breen, court keeper
County Insurance Committee, Office, Courthouse - John Fleming, clerk
County Club, 118 Irish Street - Secretary, Major A. Henderson
Crown and Peace Office, Courthouse - Clerk of Crown and Peace, Daniel McCartan
Down Hunt Club, The Mall - Sir Robert Kennedy, K.C.M.G., acting hon. treasurer and secretary
Petty Sessions Court - S. Cochrane, clerk
Police Barracks, Irish Street - Wm. Irwin, county inspector; G. G. G. Loch, district inspector
Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths - Dr. J. J. Murray, Church Street
Registrar of Marriages Downpatrick District - Samuel Cochrane
School Inspector - Richard Heron, M.A.
Town Commissioners - Messrs. T. F. McClurg, J.P., chairman; S. Hastings, J.P.; S. McMurray, J. Dunlop, Hugh Dickson, E. Moore, Major A. Pilson, J. McKee, J. Maguire, J. McGrady, W. Nelson, and J. Feenan; clerk to Town Commissioners, Samuel Cochrane
Carnegie Public Library, Church Street - Librarian, Miss Brown; caretaker, John Law
The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Limited - Agent, William Martin, Solicitor
Board of Trade Unemployment Insurance, Local Office - Samuel Cochrane
School Attendance Committees - Rural - Clerk, Daniel Curran, Newcastle.  Urban - Clerk, Samuel Cochrane, Downpatrick
Old Age Pensions Committee - Clerk, Wm. F. Smyth, Downpatrick
War Pensions Committee (County) - Clerk, Robt. Maxwell, County Courthouse, Downpatrick
Fire Brigade Committee - Messrs. J. McGrady, J. Maguire, J. Feenan, and H. Dickson

HOTELS

Down Hunt Arms, Market Street - C. G. Acheson
Denvir's Hotel, English Street - Alexander Moore
Commercial Hotel, Market Street - J. &. J. Rea

INHABITANTS

Acheson, C, proprietor, Down Hunt Arms Hotel
Acton, Thomas and John, spirit dealers, Market Street
Agar, William, & Co., Tea, Wine, and Spirit Merchants, Market Street
Aldwell, Rev. F. B., Saul Street

Bailie, John, John Street
Beattie, Robert, relieving officer, Fountain Street
Bell, John J., law clerk, Scotch Street
Bell, John W., solicitor, Church Avenue
Bell, Mrs., tobacconist, Irish Street
Bell, Mrs., grocer and fruiterer, Scotch Street
Bell & Co., solicitors, Church Avenue
Bingham, Mrs., The Mall
Birney, Mrs., Oakley Park
Blackwood, John, V. S., Circular Road
Blaney, Joseph, Assurance agent, Saul Street
Blythe, J. W., hairdresser, Market Street
Bohill, Mrs. Bridget, publican, Market Street
Bohill, Mrs., cabinet maker, Market Street
Boyle, Rev. H., P.P., Mount St. Patrick
Bradley, Thomas, merchant and publican, Scotch Street
Brand, The Misses, dress & mantle makers, Irish Street
Breen, Wm., publican, Church Street
Brien, James, wine, spirit, and general merchant, Scotch Street
Briggs, Henry, foreman printer, Irish Street
Brown, Robert, refreshment rooms, Circular Road

Campbell, Mrs., china, delph, antique warehouse, marine store, Irish Street
Carr, John, victualler, Scotch Street
Carr, Richard John, grocer and spirit dealer, Circular Road
Chambers, Robert I., Painter, Sign-writer, and Decorator; Room-paper, Glass, Paint, Oils, Varnish, and Colour Merchant, Irish Street
Clark, Andrew, tobacconist, Scotch Street
Clarke, Elizabeth, publican, Bridge Street
Clements, James, Shantallagh
Cochrane, John, station master, Market Street
Cochrane, M., milliner and draper, Irish Street
Cochrane, Samuel, C.P.S., Commissioner for Affidavits, Church Street
Coulter, A. J. H., organist Down Cathedral, Rath Cuan
Corry, Thomas, draper, Scotch Street
Cotter, Dr., ?? Scotch Street
Crichton, W. Y., proprietor "Down Recorder"
Crickard, G., Circular Road

Denvir, John, J. P., draper, Market Street
Denvir, Miss, milliner and draper, Irish Street and Market Street
Denvir, Mrs., Temperance Hotel, Market Street
Devlin, P., spirit dealer, Irish Street
Dickson, Hugh (successor to J. M. Tate & Co. ), general ironmonger and general merchant, Irish Street and Saul Street
Dickson, James, cabinetmaker and undertaker, Scotch Street
Dickson, Rev. James, Saul Street
Dickson, R. J., solicitor, Irish Street
Dickson, W. J., Quoile
Dorrian, Patrick, draper, Irish Street
Dougherty, John, leather cutter, Market Street
Dougherty, Wm., publican, Church Street
Downpatrick Timber and Slate Company (J. Clements, manager), Church Street
Duff, Walter Garden, R.M., Rath Keltair, Downpatrick
Dunlop, James, V. S., Church Street

East Downshire S.S. Co. - Coal yard, Market Street

Ferguson, James, plumber, Circular Road
Fitzsimmons, Leonard, draper, Irish Street
Fitzsimmons, Miss, grocer and fruiterer, Market Street
Fitzsimons, W. C., embroidery agent, Circular Road
Fitzpatrick, Peter, auctioneer and valuer, English Street and Loughinisland

Gardiner, Robt., Major R. I. R., Irish Street
Gibson, Francis, agent East Downshire Co., Scotch Street
Gibson, James, Stream Street
Gilmore, Mrs., Circular Road
Goldsmith, Mrs., The Mall
Gracey, Miss, English Street
Gracey, Thomas, clerk Crown and Peace Office, Courthouse, Commissioner for Oaths
Grant, John, merchant tailor, Irish Street

Hall, Robert, boot and clog manufacturer, Irish Street, and Castlewellan (manager, John Taylor)
Hall, Wm., saddler, Market Street
Hanlon, Neal, fruiterer, Market Street
Harley, G. T., solicitor, English Street
Hastings, Miss, registry office, Church Street
Hastings, Mrs., Portland
Hastings, Messrs. S. & T., monumental sculptors, Church Street
Henderson, John, law clerk, English Street
Henderson, Robert, solicitor, Church Avenue and Ballynahinch
Heron, J., county surveyor, Dillon House
Heron, J. M., M.D., J.P., The Terrace, Church Street
Herron, Samuel, saddler, Circular Road
Hill, John, printer, Saul Street
Hinds, Joseph, publican, John Street
Holland, Thos., publican, Circular Road
Hughes, George, law clerk, Saul Street
Hughes, John, grocer and publican, English Street
Hughes, J., V.S., English Street
Hunter, Robert, publican and cattle dealer, Circular Road

Irwin, Wm., County Inspector, Irish Street

Johnson, Beauchamp N., solicitor to County Council, Irish Street
Johnston, Miss Moore, Saul Street
Johnston, Henry, law clerk, English Street
Johnston, Michael J., solicitor, Circular Road
Johnston, Roden, pharmaceutical chemist
Johnston, Thomas, tailor, Scotch Street and Irish Street
Jordan, Mrs., Church Street

Keeler, Wm., reporter and poor-rate collector, Saul Street
Kelly, Hugh W., general ironmonger, hardware and iron merchant, Market Street
Kelly, James, grocer and publican, Scotch Street
Kelly, Patrick J., Railway Hotel, Market Street
Kennedy, James, gardener, Stream Street
Kerr, James, Victoria Terrace, Saul Street
Kerr & Belshaw, tea, wine, and spirit merchants, Scotch Street
Kidd & Mackarel, grocers, Irish Street
King, John H., solicitor, Market Street
Kirkwood, Miss, district nurse, Saul Street

Lascelles, Edward, publican and grocer, The Stag's Head, Market Street
Lascelles, Mrs. F., wine and spirit merchant, Market Street and Church Street
Lloyd, John, victualler, Market Street
Lloyd, Robert, victualler, Market Street
Loch, G. G. G., District Inspector R.I.C., Vianstown House
Love, George, contractor, Irish Street
Lowry, S. C. N., manager of Ulster Bank, The Terrace, Church Street

MacIlwaine, Robt., secretary County Council
MacKenzie, Kenneth A., dental surgery, Church Street
Madine, Joseph, publican, Scotch Street
Magee, Henry, publican, merchant, poulterer, and posting establishment, Market Street
Magee, John, car owner, Irish Street
Magee, John, boot merchant, Market Street
Magee, Robert, inn keeper, Church Street
Mageean, Patrick, grocer and publican, Church Street
Maguire, John, painter, Irish Street
Malone, Wm. H., plumber, Church Street
Martin, Miss, grocer, Church Street
Martin, William, solicitor, English Street and Castlewellan
Maxwell, Mrs., Church Street
Mearns, Charles W., gas manager, Market Street
Menown, John, cattle dealer, Irish Street
Mitchell, Joseph, law clerk, Asylum Road
Montgomery & Mitchell, drapers and fancy warehouse, 2 Market Street
Moore, Alexander, auctioneer and Hotel proprietor, English Street and Ardglass
Moore, John C., Newsagent, Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News," English Street
Morrison, J. W., refreshment rooms, Irish Street, and grocer and publican, Church Street
Morrison, James, draper, London House, Market Street
Morrow, Wm., Church Street
Mullan, William, Fountain Street
Murphy, Bernard, baker, Saul Street
Murphy, D., hardware merchant, Market Street
Murray, James, & Co., drapers, Irish Street

McAllister, Miss, Circular Road
McBride, Corbett, weigh master, New Bridge Street
McBride, John, watch maker, Market Street
McBride, Mrs., dress maker, Irish Street
McBride, Samuel, watch maker, Irish Street
McCann, Hugh, merchant tailor, Market Street
McCartan, D., B. A., solicitor, clerk of the Crown and Peace, Crown and Peace Office
McCartan, F., general merchant, Stream Street
McCartan, Patrick, publican, Saul Street
McCartan, Wm., hair dresser, Irish Street
McCartney, W., house furnisher, Irish Street
McClurg, Joseph, contractor, Scotch Street
McClurg, T. F., victualler, English Street
McConnell, John R., J.P., agent, Rathmore
McConnell, J. Alex., Circular Road
McConvey, Miss, grocer & publican, Scotch Street
McCourt, J. E., solicitor, Stream Street
McCourt, Wm., solicitor, English Street
McCracken, Rev. John, Saul Rectory
McDonald, James, wheelwright and joiner, Church Street
McDonald, Mrs., refreshment rooms, Market Street
McDonald, Mrs., grocer, Irish Street
McElney, Rev. R., M.A., The Manse
McGrady, James, grocer and spirit dealer, John Street
McGrady, Michael, tailor, Market Street
McIlroy, Mrs., delph warehouse, Irish Street
McIlroy, The Misses, dress makers, Saul Street
McKee, John, grocer and spirit merchant, Scotch Street and Circular Road
McLaughlin, Mrs., Circular Road
McMullan, John, merchant tailor, Irish Street
McMullan, James, publican, Circular Road
McMurray Bros., drapers, English Street and Irish Street
McMurray, Samuel, Church Street

Neill, W., plumber and zinc worker, Irish Street
Nelson, William, baker, Scotch Street
Newman, Joseph, printer, Irish Street

Patterson, John, dairyman, Church Street
Patterson, Matthew, saddler, Circular Road
Peake, Wm., grocer, etc., Church Street
Perceval-Maxwell, Col. R. D., D.L., J.P., Finnebrogue House
Perceval-Maxwell, Stephen, Ballydugan House
Phenix, Mrs., The Mall
Philipson, Rev. R., Unitarian Manse
Pilson, Major A. F., D.S.O.,  Rathdune
Plunket, Hon. Henry, Marlborough House
Pooler, Ven. Archdeacon, D. D., rector of Down, Circular Road
Porter, M. J., cycle and motor agent, Market Street
Potts, Robt., assistant supt. assurance co., Irish Street
Pratt, Isaac, ex-head constable R. I. C., Scotch Street
Pyper, Samuel, Church Street

Rea, Messrs. J. & J., Commercial Hotel, Market Street
Rea, Samuel, Ardnagheeha
Redmond, Francis, refreshment rooms, Market Street
Reynolds, Hugh, hair dresser, Church Street

Savage, J., publican, Circular Road
Shaw, Alexander, cart maker, Fountain Street
Sheals, Mrs., milliner, Market Street
Shield's Medical Hall, (J. Macauley, successor), Irish Street and Circular Road
Skeffington, John, butcher, Market Street
Smyth, Wm., & Sons, carriage and motor works, Church Street
Smyth & McGrady, blacksmiths, Circular Road
Smyth & Sons, engineers, Circular Road
Starkey, Charles, victualler, English Street
Starkey, Patrick, grocer and publican, Irish Street
Stephens, John C., manager of Killyleagh branch office, Ulster Bank, Market Street
Stewart, Joseph, cycle and motor agent, Market Street
Stockdale, J. & T., builders, Church Street

Tate, Thomas M., M. D., County Infirmary
Tate, Washington, M.D., county infirmary
Taylor, R. H., jeweller, English Street
Teggart, Patrick, road contractor, St. Dillon House
Telford, John, Church Street
Telford, Miss M. E. J., Business Training Academy, Church Street
Telford, William, boot manufacturer, English Street
Thompson, Robt., Northern Bank, English Street
Tweedie, Wm., tobacconist, Market Street

Wallace, Colonel Robert H., C. B., D.L., Myra Castle, Downpatrick
Wallace, Hugh, & Co., Solicitors and Notaries Public, English Street; branch Offices, Portaferry, Ballynahinch, and Saintfield; Belfast Office, 45 Victoria Street
Watterson, Alex., hair dresser, Circular Road
Watterson, John, tailor, Church Street and Scotch Street
Watterson, Robert, hair dresser and picture framer, English Street
Weir, H. C., Solicitor, English Street. Downpatrick, and Mayfair, Arthur Square, Belfast, and at Castlewellan on Mondays
Welshman, E., grocer and publican, Church Street
Welshman, F., grocer and publican, Market Street
White, Miss Finch, Frankville
Whitlaw, Andw., Circular Road

Young, J. J., accountant County Council

FARMERS IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Allen, R., Ballysallagh
Allen, John, Ballynagross

Bailie, E. J., Clough
Barr, W. & R., Cluntagh
Bassett, B., Pikestone
Bassett, William, Ballyrennan
Bassett, Wm., Ballygally
Bassett, William, Pikestone
Bassett, William, Moneycaragh
Birney, Mrs. Jessie, Oakley
Blair, William, Tullymurry
Blaney, James, Ballywalter
Brown, Robert, Struell
Burns, Edward, Coniamstown
Burns, John, Woodgrange

Caher, John, Ballynoe
Carlisle, James, Cargagh
Carr, John, Ballykinlar
Carson, Joseph, Ballylig
Carson, Joseph James, Corbally
Carson, J., Corbally, Bishopscourt
Carson, William H., Corbally
Carson, William J., Rathmullan
Casement, Henry, Ballygally
Cavan, R., Ballybranagh
Caven, James, Ballee
Chambers, J., Tullynaskeagh
Chambers, Richard D., Tullynaskeagh
Chambers, Wm. James, Ballyedock
Chambers, W. H., The Quarter
Clinton, Patrick William, Sheeplandmore
Clinton, Richard, Sheeplandmore
Coates, John, Strangford Upper
Cochrane, J., Woodgrange
Cochrane, John, Inch
Cochrane, Robert, Inch
Coffey, Samuel, Turminin
Colligan, George, Lisnamaul
Colly, George, Raholp
Connor, Felix, Struel
Connor, Francis, Struel
Connor, Hugh, Ross
Connor, Thomas, Struel
Convery, Thomas, Ballyorgan
Conway, Roland, Legnagoppage
Corry, F., Carrownacaw
Corry, Johnston, Saul
Coulter, Bernard, Quoile
Coulter, John, Walchestown
Coulter, J., Kilclief
Coulter, Thomas, Kilclief
Coulter, Thomas, Walchestown
Craig, Clarence, J.P., Tyrella, Clough
Crangle, Edward. Carrowcarlin
Crangle, James, Carrowcarlin
Crawford, William, Rossglass
Crea, John, Ringawoody
Creagh, William, Ballyedock Upper
Crickard, Charles, Ardmeen
Crolly, John, J.P., Ballynarry
Crolly, Patrick, J.P., Ballyrolly
Croskery, H., Ballywarren
Curran, Hugh, Raholp
Curran, James, Ballysugah
Cusack, Edward, Struel

Davidson. John, Ballywooden
Deacon, Rev. John, Rathmullan
Denvir, John, Ballybeg
Denvir, Patrick, Ballynagarrick
Denvir, Patrick, Ballybeg
Denvir, Robert John, Legnagoppage
Denvir, Thomas, Loughkeeland
Dickson, David, Bonecastle
Dickson, James Alex., Ballymurray
Dickson, John, Ballydonnell
Dickson, Robert, Bonecastle
Dickson, Thomas, Ballymurray
Dickson, William, Bonecastle
Digney, John, Glovet
Doherty, Patrick, Tobbercorn
Doran, Edward, Ballysugah
Doran, John, Ballyplunt
Doran, Patrick, Ballyplunt
Dougherty, William, Ballyhornan
Dougherty, William, Dunanelly
Douglas, Patrick, Ringbane
Doyle, Arthur, Sheeplandmore
Drake, Edward, Coniamstown

Edgar, Thomas, Dunanelly
Ennis, Joseph, Carrowbane

Fay, John, Lismore
Fay, Patrick William, Killard Lower
Fegan, Patrick, Loughmoney
Ferguson, D., Ballykeel
Ferguson, James, Tobercorran
Fisher, J., Craigduff
Fitzpatrick, S., Clough
Fitzsimons, Denis, Ballintogher
Fitzsimons, Henry, Glebe
Fitzsimons, James, Ballintogher
Fitzsimons, James, Carricknab
Fitzsimons, James, Coniamstown
Fitzsimons, James, Ballyclander
Fitzsimons, James, Legnagoppage
Fitzsimons, John, Glebe
Fitzsimons, John G., Tullyfoyle
Fitzsimons, Luke, Kilclief
Fitzsimons, Patrick, Dunsford
Flanagan, P., Saul
Forde, Major, D. L., Seaforde

Galway, John, Ballydonnell
Gibbons, Matthew J., Ballykeel
Gibson, Aaron, Ballygally
Gilchrist, Hugh, Ardtole
Gilchrist, James, Ringawoody
Gilchrist, Peter, Ballyedock Upper
Gilchrist, Samuel, Ardtole
Gilchrist, Thomas, Ardtole
Gilchrist, William, Ardtole
Gill, R. J., Bishopscourt
Gracey, J., Grangewalls
Gracey, Lieut.-Col. A., J.P., Ballyhossett
Graham, Thomas, Dundrum
Green, Charles, Magherasaul

Hamilton, James, Coniamstown
Hamilton, Thomas, Ballyclander Lower
Hanlon, Michael, Ballymote
Hanna, Edward, Lissoid
Hanna, G., Ballynagross
Hanna, Peter, Lismore
Hanna, Richard, Ballywooden
Hanna, R. J., Mill Quarter
Hay, W., Lodge Hill, Clough
Henry, Joseph, Corbally
Heron, James, B.E., C.E., Dilon House
Hill, Alexander, B.E., C.E.,  Ballyhossett, Milltown
Hinds, Patrick, Islandbane
Hogg, Robert, Carricknab
Holland, T., Ballytrustan
Huddleston, Thomas, Magheraleggan
Huddlestone, R., Grangewalls
Hughes, Adam H., Carrownacaw
Hughes, Bernard, Walchestown
Hughes, Bernard, Jordan's Crew
Hughes, Edward, Quoile
Hughes, E. A., Magheracranmoney
Hughes, E., Raholp
Hughes, John, Ballyrenan
Hughes, John, Inch
Hughes, John R., Ballynacraig
Hughes, Thomas J., Ballyrennan
Hughes, William, Dunanelly
Hughes, W., Ballyviggis
Hunter, S., Ballygally
Hutton, James, J. P., Toughlee
Hutton, Robert, Annacloy
Hutton, W., Legamaddy

Irvine, James, Rathmullan Lower
Irvine, Robert, Rathmullan Lower
Irvine, J., Ballydonnell

Jennings, Edward, Ballynacraig
Jennings, F., Ballywarren
Jennings, J., Craigduff
Jennings, Kester, Ballynacraig
Jennings, Robert, Ballyrennan
Jennings, William, Lisnamaul
Jervis, J., Ballyplunt
Johnston, Adam, Grangewalls
Johnston, Alfred, Cloughey
Johnston, James, Cloughey
Johnston, T., Carrowbaghran
Johnston, William, Ballykilbeg House
Johnstone, John W., Ballynewport
Johnstone, John, Legnagoppage
Johnstone, Thomas, Carrowbaghran

Keaghey, J. H., Ballyculter
Keenan, Dr., The Course
Kelly, Adam, Ballyalton
Kelly, Bernard, Ballydugan
Kelly, James, Ballydugan
Kelly, James M., Ballyvange
Kelly, J., The Course
Kelly, Owen, Ballydugan
Kelly, Patrick, Ballystrew
Kelly, Wm. J., Ballystrew
Kennedy, A., Ardilea
Kennedy, D., Drumcaw
Kennedy, William, Dunanelly
Kenney, Hugh, Ardtole
Keown, Hugh, Ardmeen
Keown, Richard, Ardmeen
Keown, Wm. Patrick, Ballyhornan
Killen, James, Tollumgrange Lower
King, James, Dunanelly
Kinnear, James, Ballyplunt
Kinnear, Thomas, Hollymount

Lascelles, William, Ballyhossett
Laverty, Bernard, J.P., Castlescreen
Laverty, Edward, Carrowbane
Laverty, William, Ballynewport
Law, Samuel, Ballyvaston
Lawson, John, Tullratty

MacGilvray, Miss, Highlands, Seaforde
Macnamara, Charles, Ballyedock Lower
Macaulay, William, Ballyhossett
Magee, Bernard, Ballyhornan
Magee, Daniel, Ballynagross
Magee, John, Ballywalter
Magee, John, Ballynagross
Magee, John, Ballyedock Upper
Magee, Patrick, Ballyorgan
Magee, Patrick, Ballynagarrick
Magee, William, Ballycruttle
Magee, William, Ballylenagh
Magee, William, Ballynagarrick
Mageean, Patrick, Ballintogher
Magennis, James, Rathmullan
Magill, James H., Lisboy
Magill, Michael, Lisboy
Magill, Patrick, Ballywalter
Magill, Rev. Waller, Bright Rectory
Maglennon, H., Loughmoney
Maglennon, John, Saul
Maglennon, Patrick, Saul
Magorrian, Bernard, Ballykinlar
Magorrian, James, Ballykinlar
Magorrian, Matthew, Ballykinlar
Magreevy, Edward, J.P., Saul
Magreevy, William, Ballintlieve
Martin, Alfred, Ringawoody
Martin, James, Ballytrustan
Martin, Mrs. J., Bishopscourt
Martin, Robert W., Lismore
Martin, Robert, Ballyvaston
Martin, William A. F., Tobermoney
Matthews, George, Ballygally
Mathews, H., J.P., Corbally, Bishopscourt
Matthews, Moses, Ballynarry
Matthews, William J., Turmenan
Miller, J., Ballyclauder
Moffatt, Robert, Lismore
Moffett, W., Farranfad
Montgomery, G., Ballygilbert
Montgomery, George, Ballygilbert
Morrison, James, Ballynacraig
Morrison, Thomas, Inch
Moore, C., Ballykinlar
Moore, James, Ballylig
Moore, J. & T., Ballydargan
Moore, John, Ballylig
Moore, John, Ballytrustan
Moore, John S., Ballylig
Moore, Patrick M., Corbally
Moore, Robert, Ballylig
Moore, William, Ballytrustan
Moore, William, Ballytrustan
Moore, W. H., J.P., Grangewalls
Morrison, James, Ballynacraig
Morrison, Thomas, Magheracranmoney
Morrow, Robert, Dunsford
Munce, A., Crew
Murphy, James, Ballymurry
Murphy, James, Glovet
Murphy, John, Magheraleggan
Murphy, John, Ballynewport
Murphy, John, jun., Ballynewport
Murphy, Patrick, Ballyvaston
Murphy, Patrick, Ballymurry
Murphy, Thomas, Ballydargan
Murphy, William, Ballydargan
Murray, John, Ballykinlar
Murray, Patrick, Ballykinlar

McCallister, John, Saul Quarter
McCammon, A., Drumgooland
McCammon, John, Nutgrove
McCann, Peter, Magherasaul
McCarthy, John, Bright
McCartney, William, Ballymote
McCashin, John, Bonecastle
McCashin, Mark, Corbally
McConn, James, Spittle Ballee
McConnell, Robert, Quoile
McConvey, J., Sheepland
McConvey, Richard F., Dunsford
McConvey, Wm. W., Tollumgrange Upper
McConvey, William, Tollumgrange Lower
McCoubrey, Francis, Ballyhossett
McCourt, W., Solicitor, English Street
McCracken, Alexander, Ballylough
McCracken, Robert, Ballylough
McCullen, John, Ballynagalagh
McCullen, Samuel, Bonecastle
McDowell, J., Dinninew
McGarry, Henry, Ballynewport
McGarry, Rev. Bernard, Ballysugah
McGhie, Mrs. F., Castlemahon
McGhie, W., Ballyalton
McGrath, Edward, Annacloy
McGreevy, John, Moneylane
McIlhone, John, Clanmaghery
McIlmeal, Daniel, Bright
McIlmeal, John, Carrowdressex
McIlmeal, John, Bright
McIlmeal, Richd., Ballygilbert
McIlroy, James, Quoile
McKeating, James, Glebe
McKeating, John, Killard Upper
McKeating, Patrick, Kilclief
McKeating, Robert, Ballywooden
McKibben, William, Ballyplunt
McLaughlin, John, Ballynagross
McMechan, H., Ballybranagh
McMullan, James, Ballintogher
McMullan, John, Ballysugah
McMullan, Mrs., Tullynear
McMullan, Wm., J.P., Ballykilbeg
McMurray, W. J., Carrownacaw
McMurray, Wm., Magheracranmoney
McNutt, Charles E., Tullyratty
McQuoid, Denis, Tollumgrange Upper
McQuoid, Edward, J.P., Ballybranagh
McSherry, John, Ballylough
McVeigh, Joseph, Sheeplandmore

Napier, A., Ballybranagh
Napier, Mrs. A., Ballybranagh
Napier, Mrs. John, farmer, Hollymount
Neill, David, Woodgrange
Neill, John H., Ballintogher
Neill, Pierce, Cargagh, Downpatrick
Neill, Robert, Ballydonity
Neill, Samuel, Woodgrange
Nesbitt, Alexander, Clanmaghery
Nesbitt, Alexander, Woodgrange
Nesbitt, D., Erinagh
Nesbitt, George, Clanmaghery
Nesbitt, James, Creevytenant
Nesbitt, John, Erinagh
Nesbitt, J., Corbally
Nesbitt, J. A., Woodgrange
Nesbitt, Robert, Erinagh
Nesbitt, W., Woodgrange
Newell, James, Magheraleggan
Newell, John, Ballyclander

O'Donnell, John, Grangecam
Orr, Moses, Ballee
Orr, Samuel, J.P., Ballyrennan, Ballee
Orr, S., Ballyculter
Orr, Thomas, The Rann, Annacloy
Orr, William James, Ballylenagh
Orr, W., Grangecam

Parkinson, E. A., Ballygally
Parkinson, John, Ballygally
Parkinson, Percival, Ballygally
Patterson, D. & J., Ballynagross
Patterson, James, Church Ballee
Patterson, J., Course View
Polly, Robert, Ballylenagh
Polly, William, Glebe
Porter, Hugh, Tobermoney
Porter, H., Loughkeeland
Porter, James, Ballyculter Lower
Porter, J., Tobermoney
Porter, Moses, Ballyhossett
Porter, Robert, Tobermoney

Quail, Walter, Ballyculter Lower
Quirk, Robert, Tullycarnon

Rea, Edward, Annacloy
Rea, J., Craigduff
Ritchie, James, Saul
Robinson, Hugh, Tobercorran
Robinson, J., Ballintogher
Robinson, Samuel, Ballyrolly
Robinson, T., Summerhill
Robinson, William, Wateresk
Rogan, Bernard, Ballykinlar Middle
Rogan, John, Ballykinlar Middle
Rogan, William, Rossglass
Rooney, Bernard, Ballintogher
Rooney, Hugh, Castle Island
Rourke, Robert, Clougher
Russell, Joseph G., Ballystrew

Savage, Edward, Turminin
Savage, Mrs., Lissoid
Seeds, James, Castlemahon
Seed, M., Ballygilbert
Seed, Samuel, Ballyculter Upper
Sloan, John, Inch
Smith, David, Ballylough
Smith, James, Tullymurry
Smith, John, Dunanelly
Smith, Patrick, Carricknab
Starkey, P., Ballintogher
Starkey, William, Coniamstown
Stewart, Mrs., Ballygallum
Stockdale, Joseph, Castlemahon
Stockdale, William J., Ballynoe
Stitt, J. D., Ballee
Strain, David, Woodgrange
Strain, James, Tullymurry
Strain, James, Woodgrange
Strain, M., Woodgrange
Strain, R., Tullymurry
Strain, Samuel, Woodgrange

Taylor, Jesse, Annacloy
Teggart, Bernard, Carrownacaw
Teggart, H., Ballymote
Teggart, James Moore, Ballytrustan
Thomson, M., Clough
Thompson, Mrs., Ballyclander
Thompson, Mrs., Dinninew
Torney, Thomas P., Russell's Quarter South
Trainor, John, jun., Erinagh
Trainor, P., Ballynewport
Tumilty, Hugh, Ballyrolly

Walsh, Rev. Arthur, Tyrella North
Ward, John, Lissoid
Watson, Southwell, Ballygally
Watterson, Arthur, Raholp
West, James, Ballycruttle
White, Rev. B. Finch, Inch Rectory
Wightman, William A., Magheraleggan
Wilson, D. J., Glovett
Wilson, James, Carrowbane
Wilson, S., J.P., Glovett
Woods, James, Corbally
Woods, John, Ballyhornan

DRAPERSTOWN

Is a post town in the Parish of Ballynascreen, Barony of Loughanshollin, and Parliamentary Division of South Derry, situated at the intersection of two main roads, one of which leads from Magherafelt, and runs through into North Derry, and the other from Maghera to Omagh and other towns in Tyrone.  There are various other places of interest in the neighbourhood, which by their traditions and varied scenery tend to give a peculiar charm to the town and district.  About three miles distant from the town, on the Omagh road, are the ruins of the old Church of Ballynascreen, which, according to local tradition, was founded by St. Patrick.  The market day is Wednesday of each week, for pork, butter, fowl, straw, hay, and other farm produce.  A horse and cattle fair is held on the first Friday of each month.  The population of the town, which is the general market and fair for a large part of Mid-Tyrone and a part of East Tyrone, at the last census was 502.

Post Office - Mrs. Hutchinson, postmistress; assistants, Miss Graham and Miss Taylor; telegraph messenger, Jas. McGuigan; postman, J. Mullan; rural postboys, C. Campbell, for Sixtowns; Jas. Mullan for Moneyneeny; Samuel Taylor, for Carnamoney; John McGuigan, for Bracknaslay; Joseph Trainor, for Corick.
Dispensary Medical Officer - Dr. Donnelly
Draperstown Co-operative Dairy Society - Manager, J. Devlin; fireman, J. McGlade
Commissioner for Taking Affidavits - Mr. J. McNicholl
Assistant County Surveyor - Mr. McAnulty

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Parish Church - Rev. W. Williamson, rector; Presbyterian Church - Rev. C. C. Dickie, pastor loci.  Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. H. Boyle, P.P.; Rev. J. Walshe, C.C.; Rev. J. Duffy, C.C.
Draperstown National School (male) - Mr. Kelly, and Miss Bradley, assistant.  Female - Miss Bradley and Mrs. McGlade, assistant.  Carnamoney (Female) National School - Miss Kelly, Miss McCloskey, assistant.  Blackhill National School - Mr. Wright & Miss Diamond.  Straw National School (Mixed) - Teachers, Mr. Donnelly and Miss Cleary.  Bracadysart National School (Mixed) - Teacher, Mr. Devlin.  Drumard National School - Teachers, Miss Lagan and Miss Murray
Magistrates - Brigade-Surgeon Waters, C.B., J.P.; Peter Carleton, J.P.; Philip Bradley, J.P.; John Magee, J.P.; Charles Heron, J.P.
Petty Sessions - Joseph McNicholl, clerk; Joseph Quinn, summons server
Constabulary Barracks - Sergeant McGowan in charge; Constables Carty, Currie, and McBride
Ulster Bank (Branch) - J. McCully, manager; J. Smyth, cashier

INHABITANTS

Barclay, Mrs., draper and agent for the "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Barclay, Sarah M., grocer
Barnett, William, grocer
Boyd, J., engine driver
Boyle, John, blacksmith
Bradley, Andrew, mechanic and cycle agent
Bradley, Patrick, tinsmith
Bradley, Mrs., restaurant

Carleton, Andrew, fireman
Carleton, Peter, J.P., woollen draper
Clinton, Mrs., grocer
Convery, Daniel, carpenter and contractor
Convery, Miss E., grocer
Conville, John, grocer, wine and spirit
Conway, Andrew, clothier
Crilly, Dominic, farmer and road contractor
Crilly, Dominic, Straw Mills
Crilly, John, fowl dealer
Crooks, J., veterinary surgeon

Darragh, Hugh, tailor
Donnelly, Alfred J., school teacher
Donnelly, Bernard, farmer and mill owner
Donnelly, Dr., registrar for births, marriages and deaths
Donnelly, Edward, farmer and slater
Donnelly, John, blacksmith
Donnelly, Miss M. A.
Donnelly, Mrs. R., woollen draper
Donnelly, Mrs. M.
Donnelly, Philip, farmer and mill owner
Dougan, Michl., publican and farmer
Duffy, Miss, shirt agent

Early, James, carpenter
Elliot, Wm., railway guard

Ferguson, Robert, grocer and publican
Fields, Andrew, church warden
French, ?, Derrynord Park

Gormley, James, pork merchant and grocer
Graham, David, farmer
Gribbon, F., druggist

Hagan, John, farmer and contractor
Hagan, Michael, railway porter
Hanna, Robert, farmer and mill owner
Hegarty, James, fowl dealer
Hegarty, Michael, car owner
Hegarty, Thomas, publican
Hegarty, Thomas, boot and shoe maker
Henry, Joseph, fowl dealer
Henry, Miss M., woollen draper, boot and shoe merchant
Henry, Patrick, fowl dealer
Henry, P. J., solicitor
Henderson, George, woollen draper
Henderson, Wm., farmer, The Lodge
Heron, Charles, J.P., Bancran
Higgins, J., mason and contractor
Hutchinson, Job, mechanic and cycle agent
Hutchinson, Wm., grocer and farmer

Johnston, Edward J., coach builder
Johnston, Robert, carpenter and coach factory

Kelly, Alice, grocer
Kelly, Annie, grocer
Kelly, Bridget, grocer
Kelly, Hugh, farmer
Kelly, Jas., publican, Straw
Kelly, Joseph D., Straw
Kelly, Miss, publican and grocer
Kelly, Miss, grocer
Kelly, Peter, boot and shoe maker

Lagan, John, saddler
Lagan, Joseph, blacksmith
Lagan, Kate, clothier
Leacock, Henry, farmer
Leacock, Henry, grocer
Leacock, Wm., grocer and hardware merchant
Leadon, Joseph, blacksmith

MacGeagh, James Foster, grocer, timber merchant and farmer
Magee, John, woollen draper, auctioneer and valuator
Mawhinney, Miss R., Draper Arms Hotel
Maxwell, Mrs.
Molloy, Joseph, farmer
Molloy, Peter, shirt cutter
Moris, Miss Lizzie, grocer
Mullan, Susan, woollen draper
Murray, Daniel, tailor
Murray, Michael, grocer

MacGeagh, Robert F., farmer and mill owner
McAleer, Michael, publican
McBride, Felix, watch maker
McBride, Jas., farmer and gunsmith
McCallion, John, car owner
McCallister, David, boot and shoe maker
McCausland, James, stationmaster
McEldowney, M., farmer
McEldowney, Thomas, farmer
McGeehan, Patrick, cooper and glazier
McGlade, Henry, farmer
McGlade, John, farmer
McGlade, Joseph Francis, farmer
McGowan, Sergeant R.I.C., inspector of weights and measures and foods and drugs
McGlade, Joseph, fowl dealer
McGughan, James, farmer
McGuigan, Bernard, lair dresser
McKenna, Mark, publican
McKenna, Patrick, publican
McNamee, James, saddler
McNamee, John, publican and grocer
McNamee, Michael, flesher
McNamee, Miss Kate, draper
McNamee, Myles, publican and farmer, Straw
McNichol, Joseph, clerk of Petty Sessions
McQuade, Felix, grocer
McVeigh, Charles, publican, grocer, and hardware merchant, Moneyneena

O'Kane, Jas., butter and egg merchant
O'Kane, John, tailor
O'Kane, Mrs., grocer
O'Kane, Mrs., publican and grocer
O'Kane, Patrick, publican, farmer and road contractor
O'Neill, Bernard, publican and farmer, Straw
O'Neill, Henry J., solicitor

Quinn, Thomas, publican and grocer

Reed, James, farmer
Reed, Joseph, farmer
Regan, Matthew, flesher
Regan, Matthew, hotel owner
Robinson, Wm., carpenter
Rodger, Bernard, publican, farmer, grocer

Sergeant, Henry, tailor
Smith, Jas., farmer, Cockhill House
Smyrl, Mrs., embroidery agent

Taylor, Miss
Taylor, Samuel, postman and hair dresser
Timoney, Frank, car owner 
Timoney, James, butcher
Toner, Daniel, grocer and farmer
Toner, Jas., grocer, publican, and hardware merchant, Moneyneena
Toner, Joseph, publican and grocer
Trainor, James, fowl dealer
Trollan, Henry, farmer

Waters, Brigade-Surgeon, J.P.
Wilson, Wm., publican and grocer
Woods, W., coach builder
Wylie, John, watch maker

DROMARA

Formerly styled Annsborough, in compliment to a member of the Downshire family, is a neat village, situate on the western bank of the River Lagan, and about three miles distant from the base of Slieve Croob, whence the river takes its rise. Dromara, which is distant from Belfast about sixteen Irish miles, and on the leading toad from that city to Rathfriland, contains about fifty-three houses.  In the vicinity of the town is a factory for handling flax on a new principle, and turning out the fibre to compete with the Belgian article.  The markets in Dromara are now held on Tuesdays, and the fairs, which are generally well attended, are held on the first Friday in the months of February, May, August, and November; also on the first Friday after the 15th day of the months of March, June, September, and December.  Petty Sessions are held on the third Monday of each month. The population in 1915 was 500

Post Office - Postmistress, Mrs. O'Reilly
Church of Ireland - Rev. W. F. Wilkinson, rector. Sexton, John McCutcheon, Moydalgan, Dromara
First Presbyterian Church - Rev. W. G. Glasgow, B.A.
Second Presbyterian Church - Rev. Wm. J. Gregg, B.A.
Covenanting Church - Rev. Wm. Warnock, B.A.
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. J. J. Savage and Rev. J. O'Neill, C.C.
Magistrates - George Waugh, Andw. Clarke, John Campbell, Wm. Corbett, Robert Dodd, James Nicholson, Patk. Byrne
Petty Sessions Clerk - Henry C. Monteith
National Schools - Teachers - Artana, John Creighton; Carnew, Miss McMullan; Dromara, J. Boyd and Miss Harte, Ballykeel, S. Crawford and Mrs. Crawford; Finnis, Patrick Bradley and Miss Bradley; Gransha, Mr. Adams and Miss Watson; Garvaghy, Miss Clinton and Agnes C. Rogan
Royal Irish Constabulary - Sergeant, James Hamell; constables, Alex. Stafford, Edwd. Gorman, Daniel Kelly
Dispensary Medical Officer - Archibald G. Heron, M.D.
Local Registrars for Births, Marriages, and Deaths - Dr. Heron
Northern Bank
Ulster Bank

INHABITANTS

Alexander, J., R.D.C., farmer, Ballykeel
Archer, Miss, grocer, Finnis
Atcheson, Thomas J., spirit grocer, Gransha

Bailie, Jas. J., farmer, Moybrick
Bailie, M., farmer, Moybrick
Barr, James, auctioneer
Barr, Mrs. J., dress maker
Barr, Samuel, auctioneer, publican and farmer, Crossgar and Dromara
Bell, George Robert
Bell, Joseph, farmer, Artana
Bell, Miss, postmistress, Kinallen, Dromara
Berry, John, mill worker
Bond, John, farmer, Gransha
Boyd, Robt., rate collector and farmer, Kinallin
Bradley, Patrick, teacher, Dromara
Byrne, Patk., J.P., farmer, Leedaun

Campbell, James, farmer, Begney
Campbell, John, farmer, Enfield, Crossgar
Campbell, John, J.P., woollen draper and farmer
Campbell, Mrs., mill worker, Dromara
Campbell, R. J., farmer, Begney
Campbell, Samuel, farmer, Slavenaboley
Carson, Alexander, Moybrick
Carson, James, farmer, Levallyreagh
Chambers, Archibald, grocer and farmer, Ballykeel
Corbett, Wm., J.P., R.D.C., farmer, Aughnaskeagh
Corbett, W. J., J.P., Aughnaskeagh House
Crawford, Mrs., Ballykeel
Cumming, Wm. John, farmer, Carnew
Cunningham, Mrs.
Cunningham, R. J., cycle agent

Dennison, William, farmer, Enogh
Dickson, Jas.., flax mill, Kinallen
Doake, Miss, Glenlagan
Dodd, Robert, farmer and flax mill owner, Woodford
Dodd, W., flax and saw mill, Glen

Ervin, S. J., farmer, Levalleyreagh

Fee, James, farmer
Fee, J., grocer, farmer, and post office, Gransha
Fulton, Miss, Post Office, Waringsford

Gamble, John, grocer, Begney, Dromara
Gamble, Mrs., grocer, Artana
Gamble, Robert, farmer, Moybrick
Glasgow, Rev. W., Kinallan Manse
Gregg, John, farmer, Ash Vale
Gregg, Rev. W. J., The Manse

Hamilton, James, farmer, Ballykeel
Hart, Miss, school teacher
Hart, Robert, flax and corn mill
Hart, Samuel, grocer and farmer
Heaney, J., spinning master, Dromara
Heaney, J., manager of Fibre Corporation
Henning, Mrs., farmer, Carnew
Henning, Robt. J., farmer, Carnew
Heron, Archibald G.
Hook, Wm. G., farmer, Moybrick
Hunter, Wm., farmer, Aughnaskeagh

Jess, James, shoe maker
Johnston, David, farmer
Johnston, Day, mail car driver
Johnston, Mrs. H., dress maker
Jones & Collins, grocers and merchants

Kerr, Miss, Levalleyreagh
King, James, publican and grocer, Finnis
Kingan, Thomas, farmer
Kinsella, Robt., millwright, Dromara

Lavery, Danl., publican, Dormara (Dromara)
Leslie, James, farmer, Finnis
Lowry, Wm., farmer, Slavenaboley

Macrory, D. J., auctioneer and farmer, Enogh
Marner, J., shoe maker, Dromara
Marshall, John, farmer, Moybrick
Martin, Andrew, Leavallyreagh
Martin, John, farmer, Aughnaskeagh
Martin, Joseph, farmer, Finnis
Meeke, Wm. B., Carnew Cottage
Mercer, Mark, farmer, Moybrick
Michot, George J., engineer to Fibre Corporation
Mooney, Miss, dress maker, Gransha
Moore, Hugh, farmer, Moybrick
Moore, James, grocer and farmer, Moybrick
Moore, Wm., labourer, Dromara

McAuley, Mrs. M. J., grocer and farmer
McCalla, William, farmer, Moydalgan
McCauley, James, grocer, Dromara
McCann, Mrs., farmer, Moybrick
McCashin, Mrs., merchant & grocer, Begney
McCauley, William G., farmer, Carnew House
McCaw, John, flax & corn mill, Waringsford
McCaw, John, mill owner and farmer, Tullyniskey
McClurg, Thomas, well sinker
McCrory, Mrs., farmer
McCullagh, Samuel, farmer, Moydalgan
McEvoy, Hugh, grocer and spirit dealer
McKay, Joseph, Begrey (Begley)
McKey, James, farmer, Moybrick
McKey, Neal, D.C., Drinn
McKenny, Michael, farmer, Slate Quarry House
McKenny, Mrs., farmer, Gransha

Nicholson, James. J.P., R.D.C., farmer

O'Hare, James, farmer, Moybrick
O'Reilly, Michael, Publican, Funeral Undertaker, and Posting Establishment, Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"

Patterson, Mrs., farmer, Finnis
Paxton, John, grocer, Gransha
Pollock, James, Larch Hill
Pomeroy, A. G., manager Fibre Corporation, Woodford Cottage

Rankin, J., R.D.C., farmer, Aughnaskeagh
Rogan, Patrick, publican and flesher

Scott, William, grocer and farmer, Gransha
Shaw, Wm., farmer, Begney House
Simpson, David, farmer, Finnis
Skelly, John, farmer, Dromara
Skelly, Samuel, farmer, Moybrick
Skelly, Wm., farmer, Artana
Sommerville, Miss, ex-teacher
Stafford, John, shoe maker
Steele, Thomas, tailor
Stewart, Henning, Carnew
Stewart, Mrs.
Stewart, R., farmer and mill owner

Thompson, Mrs., grocer and dress maker, Slavenaboley

Warnock, Rev. W., Reformed Presbyterian, Manse
Waugh, George, J.P., Scion Hill
Welsh, Jackson, blacksmith
Wilkinson, Rev. W. F., The Rectory
Wilson, John, carpenter

Younge, John, farmer, Tullyniskey

DROMORE

A market town in the County Down, fourteen miles distant from Belfast, seated on the River Lagan, and on the road from Belfast to Dublin.  The town, which has improved much, and is gradually growing, contains within its boundaries seven factories, giving employment to a large number of hands; and one flax and two corn mills.  Electric light has been installed, and the town is now one of the best lighted in Ireland.  Fairs are held monthly, on the second Saturday in the months of January, February, March, April, June, July, September and November.  The old fairs of 12th May and 10th October are held as usual, and also the second Saturday previous to Christmas.  There is a market held on Saturday and Wednesday in each week, the latter day being principally for oats, grass-seed, and fowl.  The Ulster Banking Co. Ltd., have started a new branch here.  The shops' half-holiday is on Thursday.  Population in 1911, 2,364

Post Office 0 Mrs. Mary C. McCleery, postmistress
Urban Council - F. R. Hamilton, James Dickson, (chairman), R. J. Poots, J.P.; Robert H. Watson, John Graham, J.P., vice-chairman; Thomas Ferris, William Haskins, John Mulligan, Josiah Ward
Urban School Attendance Committee - Chairman, Rev. Alfred Davison; secretary, Samuel Stewart; attendance officer, Jos. Baird
Town Clerk - A. F. Wright, solicitor
Shops Inspector - Alexander Mills
Rural School Attendance Committee - Chairman, Rev. W. F. Wilkinson; secretary, James Kerr; attendance officer, Jas. Kerr
Town Surveyor - W. W. Larmour; assistant county surveyor, C. D. Macoun, C.E., Hillsborough
Post Office - Mrs. Mary C. McCleery, postmistress
Commissioners of Affidavits - John Watson, A. F. Wright, solicitor, and H. E. Monteith
Local Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages - Wm. J. Cowden, M.D.

PLACES OF WORSHIP

The Cathedral - Bishop, Right Rev. C. F. D'Arcy, D.D.; dean, Rev. R. S. O'Loughlin, D.D.; prebendary, Rev. H. W. Lett, M.A.; archdeacon, Ven. E. D. Atkinson, LL.B.; treasurer, Canon Cooke, B.D.; precentor, Rev. Canon Clarendon, B.D.; chancellor, Rev. Canon Harding, M.A.; rector, Rev. Canon Cooke, B.D.; organist, Miss Hamilton; sexton, Joseph Flanagan
Presbyterian Church - First, Rev. Thomas Doey, M.A.; Second, Rev. W. J. McMullen, B.A.
Methodist Church - Rev. H. H. MacMahon
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. John O'Hare, P.P.; Rev. James Dargan, curate

NATIONAL SCHOOLS

Church of Ireland - Rev. Canon Cooke, manager; D. G. Loughrey, principal
Presbyterian Church - Rev. Thomas Doey, M.A., manager; W. G. McAllister, principal
Roman Catholic - James Murray, principal
Unitarian Church - Rev. A. Davison, manager; Wm. Ruddock, principal of Male School; Mrs. Hunter, principal of Female School

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

Northern Banking Company, Church Street - Manager, John Smith
Ulster Bank Limited - David O'Donnell McCartney, manager; Saml. Leith, cashier
Petty Sessions are held on fourth Tuesday of each month; magistrates attending - Patk. Fitzgerald, J.P.; Alan Bell, R.M.; Augustus E. Brush, J.P.; Francis McKee, M.D., J.P.; Robert Taylor, J.P.; George McKittrick, J.P.; George Magee, J.P.; John Graham, J.P.; Carley Minniss, J.P.  Districts - Dromore and Dromara.  Petty Sessions Clerk - H. E. Monteith
Solicitors - John F. Mulligan, Belfast; Hugh Hayes, Lurgan; Messrs. Moorehead & Wood, Belfast; Robert Wallace.  Solicitors resident - T. B. Wallace, Wm. S. Baxter, A. F. Wright
District Inspector of Constabulary - Robert Sheridan, D.I.; sergeant Joseph Barton
West Down Unionist Association - John Graham, J.P., chairman; secretary, Alf. Fielding Wright, solicitor; treasurer, Francis R. Hamilton
Masonic Lodges - No. 94, James Thompson, W.M.; Wm. Graham, secretary,.  No. 70 - Hugh Mullen, W.M.; W. G. Baxter, Gallows Street, secretary
Arch Chapter - Wm. J. Adams, E.K.; Jos. Biard, (Baird) registrar and treasurer
Inspector of Weights and Measurer - Sergt. Thomas Walker
Inspector of Explosives - Sergt. Jos. Barton
Relieving Officer - Wm. J. Adams
Cowan Heron Hospital, Dromore - Honorary Medical Officers - Dr. Campbell, Dr. Cowden, Dr. Boucher, Dr. McKee, Dr. Carlisle, Dr. A. G. Heron. Honorary Consulting Specialist - Diseases of Woman and Children - Dr. John Campbell, Belfast; Honorary Consulting Physicians and Surgeons - Sir William Whitla, Dr. St. George.  Hon. Treasurer, Rev. Alfred Davidson, Dromore.  Hon. Secretary, T. B. Wallace, Regentville, Dromore.  Matron, Miss Stevenson.  Assistant nurse, Miss Alice Pigget
Dromore Unionist Club - Secretary, A. F. Wright, solicitor
The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Limited - Agent, John Smith, Northern Bank

INHABITANTS

Archer, S., lace merchant
Ardery, Samuel, The Central Hardware Store
Arlow, The Misses, milliners and dress makers
Armstrong, Thos. R., watch maker

Bailie, Mrs., Dromore dining and temperance refreshment rooms
Baird, Joseph, clerk of markets
Baxter, W., B.A., R.U.I., Solicitor, The Square, and 10 Fleet Street, Dublin
Baxter, W. J., electrical engineer
Bennett, H., cycle agent, etc.
Bennett, Wm., saddler and harness maker
Bigham, Wm. J., tailor
Brown, John, agent for Inglis & Co. Ltd.
Burns, James, spirit dealer
Burns, James H., contractor and builder

Campbell, The Misses, dress and mantle makers, Lower Mount Street
Carlisle, S. B., M.B., surgeon
Carrothers, S.
Castles, Mrs., boot and leather merchant, and draper
Caulfield, John, spirit dealer, grocer, and provision merchant
Chambers, Mrs. Jane, grocer, hardware and spirit merchant
Clarke, Agnes, spirit dealer
Clokey, Robert, boot maker
Cooney, The Misses, dress makers
Cowden, W. J., M.D., medical officer of health and registrar of births, marriages and deaths
Craig, Ann, entertainment and greengrocer
Creeney, Catherine, publican
Creighton, Alexander, Lagan Flax Mills
Creighton, Mrs., confectionery and temperance refreshments
Cull, Bernard, lodging house

Dale, James, M.P.S.I., Pharmaceutical, Dispensing and Veterinary Chemist, Stationery and Fancy Goods Dealer, The Medical Hall, Corner of Church Street. Telegrams and Telephone, 13 Dromore
Davidson, Samuel, grocer and provision merchant
Derby & Son, contractors
Doake, J. A., Percy Lodge, factory manager
Dowie, Miss, grocer and provision merchant
Dromore Electric Light & Power Co. Ltd.
Dromore Hemstitching Co. Ltd., James Dickson, manager
"Dromore Weekly Times and West Down Herald," Bridge Street, R. J. Hunter, Editor and Proprietor
Dunbar & McMaster, grocers, etc

Ervine & Co., Drapers, Boot and Shoe Merchants, Haberdashers

Ferris, James, reed maker, confectioner, and process server
Ferris, Thomas, Wellington Hotel, Posting Establishment, Undertaker, Motors for Hire, Prince's Street
Fitzpatrick, Leo., tobacconist, Market Square
Fitzsimmons, James, grocer

Gordon, Wm., provision merchant
Graham, John, Builder, Contractor, Timber, Slate, Tile Merchant, and Corn and Flour Miller, Lagan Steam Mills; also at Dublin and Newry
Graham, Lindsay, painter and glazier
Graham, William, grocer and provision merchant
Grant, Hugh, farrier and blacksmith
Grant, Mrs., dress maker

Hale, Richard J., & Co., Butchers and Provision Merchants
Hamilton, John, Otter Lodge
Hamilton, Miss, Glencoe
Hamilton, McBride, & Co. Ltd., hemstitch and veining factors
Hedley, Jos., gas manager
Herron, David, woollen draper
Hill, James, posting establishment
Hobart, Henry, architect, Lagan Lodge
Huston, John, ex-sergeant R.I.C.
Hutchinson, Mrs., milliner
Hutchinson, Wm. Jas., factory manager

Jardine, Miss, Clanmurry
Jardine, Mrs., Commercial Hotel
Jardine, Wm., & Co., hemstitchers, finishers and dyers
Jefferson, Edward, station master
Jelly, Andrew, woollen draper and tailor
Johnston, David, mason and plasterer
Johnston, John, fowl dealer
Jordan, Samuel, spirit dealer

Kennedy, The Misses, milliners
Kernaghan, Jacob, town porter
Kerr, Mrs., music teacher
Kerr, Mrs. Olive, dining and tea rooms
Kilpatrick, Samuel, hair dresser

Lilly, Anthony, sheriff's officer
Lindsay, Joseph, Proprietor "The Leader;" Best Advertising Medium, Bridge Street
Lindsay, Maurice, Moss Vale
Loughery, David G., N. S. teacher

Mackey, R. H., R.D.C., Ballaney
Magill, Joseph, motor and bicycle agent
Martin, Joseph, grocer, etc
Martin, Miss, confectioner
Mercer, James, woollen draper, Market Square
Mercer, Miss, ladies' emporium
Mercer, William James, draper, Bridge Street
Mills, Alexander, spirit merchant
Minnis, Carley, linen manufacturer, Mossvale
Minnis, Wm. B., & Sons, Dromore
Monteith, H. E., petty sessions clerk and Press correspondent
Mooney, John, Commercial Hotel
Morgan, Henry, boot maker
Morrison, Anthony, grocer
Mulligan, John, Crown Hotel, and seed merchant
Mulligan, John, draper
Murphy, Thomas, coal merchant

McCaldin, John, draper and outfitter
McCalister, George, boot and shoe merchant
McCalister, P., boot and shoe merchant
McCarten, James, oil merchant
McCarthy, James, mason and builder
McClelland, W., mechanic
McCleary, Mrs., postmistress
McClughan & Millveigh, sewing agents
McCracken, Thos., boot and shoe merchant
McCrea, James P., grocer, Church Street
McDade, Elizabeth, spirit dealer
McGeown, Joseph, boot and shoe maker
McKeag, John, tailor
McKee, Francis, M.B., J.P.
McMurray Bros., drapers and outfitters
McNally, Alex., mechanic
McPoland, John, tailor
McVeigh, Hugh, confectioner and agent for Bloomfield Bakery Ltd.

Neeson, Patrick, grocer
Nelson, Jos., pawnbroker and woollen draper

Pantridge, Thomas, carpenter
Parks, Edward, hair dresser
Parks, Joseph, barber and hairdresser
Poots, Robert J., butcher
Poots, R. J., wholesale and retail grocer, spirit and seed merchant, funeral undertaker, motors for hire, posting establishment, Market Square
Preston, Geo., & Son, auctioneers, estate and insurance agents

Quail, M. A., butcher and poulterer

Scott, D. J., watch maker and jeweller
Scott, William, painter, glazier
Smyth, Henry, coal merchant
Smyth, Mrs., fancy goods dealer
Smyth, William, V.S., M.R.C.V.S.
Spence, Mrs., Mariville
Stewart, Jas., grocer, etc.
Stewart, Samuel, grocer
Stirling, James, pharmaceutical and dispensing chemist

Thompson, James, hardware, general timber and slate merchant and undertaker

Wallace, T. B., Solicitor to the Dromore Gas Company, Church Street. Telephone No. 7 Dromore
Ward, Josiah, spirit and wine merchant
Watson, Adam, grocer and provision dealer
Watson, John, Bann Hill House
Watson, John, House and Land Agent, Land Surveyor, and Commissioner for Oaths; Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Watson, Robert, U.D.C., spirit merchant
Watson, Robert, boot and clog manufacturer
Waugh, G., barrister-at-law, J.P., Scion Hill
Wilkin, Robert, spirit merchant
Wilkinson, J., boot maker and leather merchant
Wright, Alfred Fielding, solicitor, commission of oaths and town clerk, York House

FARMERS AND RESIDENTS IN THE DISTRICT

Agnew, Mrs., Coolsallogh
Alexander, John, Ballykeel
Arlow, Thomas James, Ballynaris
Armstrong, Henry, Coolsallogh Post Office

Bailie, John, R.D.C., Drumbroneth
Bailie, Mrs., Islanderry
Baird, Jas., R.D.C., Drumaghadone
Baxter, Chas., Clanmurray
Beck, Samuel, Ballysallogh
Bennett, James, Tulycairn House
Bingham, Mrs., Post Office, Ballysallogh

Campbell, James, Dromore
Clarke, Mrs.
Coulter, Hamilton, Marabeg
Crookshanks, Wm., Ballyvicknakelly

Dale, Henry, Fortiscue, Blackskull
Davison, John S., Bullsbrook, Drumillar
Dennison, William J., Enogh
Doake, James B., Glen Lagan
Dolloughan, Mrs., Islanderry
Dolloughan, S. J., R.D.C., Marabeg

English, Robert, Ballaney

Fairley, Thos., Ballynaris
Fayle, H. T., school teacher, Ballyvicknakelly
Ferguson, James, Lake View, Growell
Ferguson, Thomas, Ballykeel
Fulton, Mrs. H. L., Tullyniskey

Gracey, John, Ballynaris
Graham, Robert, R.D.C., Tullyglush
Guiney, Hugh, Ballynaris

Hamilton, Andrew, Backnamullagh
Hamilton, Andrew, Ballykeel House
Hamilton, D., Orchard Hill, Drumanocken
Hamilton, James, Grove Hill
Hamilton, Mark, Ballykeel
Henderson, A., Mount Ida
Hill, Wm. J., Greenan
Hobart, George, Tully Cottage
Hunter, R. J., Barrister-at-Law, Banbridge Road
Hurst, John Ernest, Elsinore
Hynds, John G., Drumskee

Jameson, W. H., Fair View
Johnston, John, J.P., Edenordinary

Kerr, Mrs., Mourne View, Lurganbane

Lavery, Thomas, farmer, Enfield, Ballykeel

Mackey, R. H., R.D.C., Ballaney
Magee, James, Ballaney
Martin, Mrs., Diamond View, Skeogh
Martin, Mrs., Backnamullogh
Martin, Thos. D., Tullendoney House
Martin, Wm., Ballyvicknakelly
Martin, William John, The Wood
Matchett, John, Marabeg
Mercer, John, Ballynaris
Mercer, Miss, Gallows Street
Mercer, Wm. John, Park View
Mills, Mrs., Ballynaris
Mills, Mrs., Drumbroneth
Moore, William, Ballynaris
Moorhead, Wm., Larch Hill
Mulligan, David, Orchard Hill

McClure, Alex. W., manufacturer and farmer, Edenteroory
McComb, Robt. Jas., Lurganban
McEvoy, Peter, publican and farmer, Ballela
McGrady, James, publican and farmer, Ballela
McManus, Mrs., farmer, Ballela
McMurray, W. A., Ashfield House

Pantridge, Joseph, Backnamullagh
Patterson, John, Listullycurran
Poots, James, Magherabeg
Poots, Mrs., Ballynaris
Poots, Robert, Magherabeg

Scott, Hugh, manufacturer, Blackskull
Shannon, Joseph, Edentrillick
Smith, Robert, Garvaghy
Stanfield, Andrew, Toughblane
Strong, Joseph, Tullyglush

Thompson, Robert, Listullycurran
Thompson, William, Marabeg
Todd, George, manufacturer and farmer, Park Row House
Tweedy, Andrew, Backnamullagh

Vaughan, Rev. George H., Quilley House

Wallace, T. B., Sylvan Hill House
Ward, Adam, Magherabeg
Watson, Hugh, Ballyvicknakelly
Watson, John, Magherabeg
Watson, Mrs., Drumboneth House
Watson, William, Ballyvicknakelly
Weir, James, Backnamullough
Wilson, Mrs., grocer and spirit dealer, Post Office, Kinallen

DROMORE (TYRONE)

This is a good fair and market town, situate one mile from Dromore Road Station on the Great Northern Railway, and is seven miles from Omagh.  Mr. C. McCormac's cars attend all passenger trains at the railway station.  The market is held on each Monday, and the fair on the 17th of each month.  The population in 1891 was 641.  A creamery was erected in 1900, and has been a great boon to the farmers in the district.

Clergymen - Church of Ireland, Rev. J. A. Davis, rector.  Presbyterian, Rev. J. G. Hamilton, B.A.  Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. James McKenna, P.P.; Rev. Smyth, C.C.
Ulster Bank Ltd. - Chas. F. Hyde, manager; T. A. Montgomery, cashier; G. H. Morrow, clerk
Constabulary - Sergt. McGowan; Constables Murray, McHugh, and Pointz
Dispensary Medical Officer - James Hamilton, M.D.
Registrar for Births, Marriages, and Deaths - James Hamilton, M.D.
Post Office - Mrs. McCusker, postmistress
Petty Sessions - Patrick Dooley, clerk
Agents for the Sale of Bread - James McNulty, William L. Crawford & Son, Daniel O'Dogherty, G. McLaughlin, Mrs. Duncan
Auctioneer - Alexander Osborne, P. McDermott
Boot and Shoe Warehouses - John Campbell, Thomas O'Gorman, Mrs. Semple, Hugh J. Guy, and A. Montague
Butcher - Thomas Hughes
Drapers - A. Montague, John Campbell, Hugh J. Guy, Miss McNulty, Joseph Muldoon
Dress Makers - Miss McLoughlin, Miss O'Brine, Miss Kelly, Miss Donelly
Egg and Butter Merchants - N. Meenan, John Campbell, George McLaughlin
Grocers - Thomas O'Gorman, Hugh McCann, Mrs. McCusker, W. L. Crawford & Son, Jas. McNulty, H. McDermott, Nahor Meenan, John Campbell, Mrs. Duncan, Hugh J. Guy, Edward Teague
Hardware, etc. - Thomas Gorman, Hugh J. Guy, William L. Crawford & Son, Mrs. Semple, and Hugh Slevin
Hotels - Railway, N. Meenan, Hibernian, Hugh McCann
Newsagents - Joseph Scott (Agent for "Belfast Weekly News"), Thos. O'Gorman, Mrs. Semple, and Mrs. Duncan
Post-Car Owners - Hugh McCann, James O'Brien, J. McGee, and C. McCormac
Registrar for Births, Marriages, and Deaths - James Hamilton, M.D.
Seed Merchants - Thos. O'Gorman, Nahor Meenan, Hugh McDermott
Spirit Dealers - Patrick Mulligan, T. O'Gorman, Hugh McCann, Jos. Slevin, H. McDermott, Patrick O'Reilly, E. Monaghan, Nahor Meenan, Hugh McCann, J. Burns, John Campbell
Timber Merchants - Hugh J. Guy and Hugh Slevin
Motor and Cycle Agent - Mrs. Duncan
Hackney Motors - Patrick O'Reilly, J. Baxter

FARMERS

Alexander, Joseph, Shildrum
Buchanan, W. J., J.P., Aghee
Edgar, Joseph, Shaneragh
Fergus, Thomas, J.P., Lettergesh
Henderson, Matthew, Aughie
McNulty, Charles, Knockravin
McNulty, John, J.P., Knockravin
Patterson, Alex., Knockravin
Scott, Joseph, Cranny
Slevins, Hugh, Drumskinney
Warnock, ?, Ashbrook
Whaley, James, Shaneragh

DRUMQUIN

Drumquin is situated in the parish of Longfield, barony of West Omagh, County Tyrone.  It lies about seven miles from Omagh, five from Baronscourt, and is nearly enclosed on all sides by hills of considerable elevation.  The town is mentioned in Irish history so early as the thirteenth century, having been burned by the Irish under the command of Hugh O'Neill, or O'Hegney, in the year 1211.  Not far from the village are the ruins of "Kirklish Castle," a memorial of the Plantation under James I., built by Sir John Davis, Attorney-General, about 1610, in fulfilment of conditions of a grant of 2,000 acres.  The population in 1911 was 200.  The village has a weekly market on Thursdays for butter, eggs, poultry, and other farm produce, and a monthly fair on the last Thursday in each month, which is well known over the North and West

Post Office - Telegraph, money order and savings bank - Edward Wood, postmaster.

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland - Upper and Lower Longfield - Rev. T. L. F. Stack, B.D., rector; Rev. R. J. Ryan, curate
Presbyterian - Rev. W. H. Colvin, M.A.
Methodist
Roman Catholic - Rev. Charles Kelly, P.P.; Rev. R. Gormley, C.C.
Drumquin Creamery - W. Elder, manager
R.I.C. - Sergeant Bradley
National School - Drumquin, James Keown, Miss Reid
Dispensary Medical Officers - Omagh Union, Patrick J. Campbell, B.A., M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O.; Castlederg Union, Chas. J. Johnston, M.D.

INHABITANTS

Barrett, Patrick, carpenter and builder

Caldwell, Mrs., limestone quarries, Killen
Caldwell, Samuel, farmer, Bomacatoll
Campbell, Archibald, grocer and publican
Campbell, J., draper and publican
Campbell, Patrick J., M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O.
Campbell, Patk., general dealer
Corey, J., horse shoer and smith

Davis, Cunningham, grocer
Davis, John, publican and hotel proprietor
Donnelly, Michael, grocer and publican
Doyle, Margaret, grocer and publican
Duncan, Andrew, grocer, publican & draper

Fahy, M., cattle dealer

Gibson, M., dress maker
Goa Bros., cattle dealers
Goan, Michael, publican
Gordon, Andrew, process server
Gordon, M., grocer and delph merchant

Irvine, Wm., farmer, Bomacatoll

Johnston, Chas. J., M.D.
Johnston, Wm., J.P., farmer, Killen

Maguire, John, draper

McAleer, Francis, carpenter
McAllister, W., creamery manager
McBride, M., grocer and egg merchant
McCanny & Wood, auctioneers and valuators
McHugh, P., licensed general dealer
McKenna, Joseph, publican, cattle dealer, & farmer
McLaughlin, James, butcher
McMenamin, A., dress maker
McNab, M., dress maker
McNena, James, hardware merchant
McNena, Stephen, farmer

O'Kane, Patrick, publican, grocer, ironmonger and undertaker

Prodden, Michael, publican

Sharkey Bros., carriers
Sheridan, M., grocer
Sheridan, T., tailor
Smiley, John, boot and shoe maker

Toland, Hugh, horse shoer

Winters, John, grocer, draper and tailor
Wood, Edward, grocer, provision, leather merchant, boot warehouse, and general draper

DUNADRY CO. ANTRIM
13¼ miles from Belfast

Post Office - Postmistress, Mrs. M. Johnston

Adair, General Sir Wm., D.L., K.C.B., Loughanmore
Agnew, Andrew, labourer
Agnew, Hannah, farmer
Aicken, David, bluer
Aicken, Thos., beetler
Alexander, William, beetler
Allen, Robert, engine man
Allen, William, beetler
Annesly, Joseph, carter
Ardis, James
Armstrong, John, ploughman
Armstrong, Mary, farmer
Ashe, Alexander, ploughman

Beck, James, ploughman
Beck, Jane, grocer
Beck, John, spirit merchant
Bell, John, stone mason
Binning, Mrs. Martha
Blelock, Thos., farmer
Boal, Margaret, farmer
Boyd, David, ploughman
Boyd, John, farmer
Boyd, Richard, farmer
Boyd, R.
Boyd, Samuel, farmer
Boyd, William, spirit merchant
Boyd, William, labourer
Boyle, James, signalman
Bownes, Alex., blacksmith and marine dealer
Brannagh, Thos., gardener
Burns, John, tailor

Campbell, Wm., cottager
Canavan, Danl., grocer
Christie, Robt., station master, Dunadry
Clarke, David, farmer
Clarke, Martha
Crawford, Ellen, farmer
Crawford, Jas., ploughman
Crawford, John, gardener
Cowan, Messrs. J., & Co., Clady Dye Works
Cowan, William, director J. Cowan & Co.
Craig, Tabitha
Craig, Thos., beetler
Cunningham, Wm., gardener
Cummings, Samuel, assistant gardener

Davidson, Nathaniel, sen., shop keeper
Davidson, Nathaniel, Grocer and Coal Merchant; Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News."
Davidson, Samuel H., farmer
Douglas, Thomas, land steward
Drummond, John, farmer
Drummond, Matthew, farmer
Duffin, David, labourer
Duffin, James, ploughman
Dunadry Bleaching Co. Ltd. - Managing Director, John Newton, Res., Dunadry. Telephone No. 5, Antrim. Telegraphic Address, "Lino, Dunadry"

Elliott, Adam, fireman
Elliott, David, jun., beetler
Elliott, David, sen., machine man
English, Mary

Faulkner, Jeannie
French, Thomas, Farmer, Coal and Spirit Merchant; Bookkeeper Dunadry Bleaching Co. Ltd.

Gibb, Alexander, farmer
Gibb, Eliza Ann, farmer
Gibb, John, farmer
Glasgow, W. J., grocer
Gordon, Samuel, farmer
Goudy, Ellen
Goudy, Robert, liftman
Graham, William, beetler
Graham, Wm., farmer
Gray, John, farmer, Dunadry House
Gray, Robert, farmer, Rose Cottage
Gray, Robert, farmer, Station Farm
Gray, Nathan, farmer

Harkins, John, beetler
Harper, James, farmer
Hawthorne, John, kiveman
Heney, Ernest, Dunadry Linen Co.
Heney, Hamilton, Dunadry Linen Co.
Heney, William, Clady Beetling Co. and Dunadry Linen Co.
Hunter, Minnie
Hutchinson, David, millwright

Islandreagh Finishing Co.

Jackson, Matthew, bleach worker
Jackson, Robt., ploughman
Johnston, John, station master

Kell, Mrs.
Kernighan, Jane, sewer
Kerr, Robert, beetler
Kerr, Thomas, beetler
Killen, Thomas J., gardener
Kirk, Thos., jun., clerk
Kirkpatrick, Thos., calender man

Lawther, James, farmer
Lewis, Samuel, bleacher
Lindsay, Wm., farmer
Little, Samuel, ploughman
Little, Samuel, farmer
Little, Hugh John, ploughman
Livingstone, Wm., loftman

Magarry, John, surface man
Malone, J., school master
Miller, John, surface man
Miller, John, beetler
Miller, William, ploughman
Milliken, David, boot maker
Morrow, David, dye worker
Morrow, Maggie
Morrow, Samuel, fireman
Murdock, Ellen, farmer
Murdock, Hugh, farmer
Murdock, Patk., Kieveman
Myers, Robert, ploughman

McAdam, Mrs.
McAuley, James, field man
McBride, Jas., stone mason
McCaig, Isabella, farmer
McCloy, Thos., bluer
McClure, David, watchman
McClure, Samuel, director Islandreagh Finishing Co.
McCormack, Susan, laundress
McComb, Sarah, grocer and confectioner
McCreight, Jas., surface man
McGee, Wm., ploughman
McGlennon, Frank, beetler
McIlwane, Thos., gardener
McKee, Abraham, farmer
McKillop, Archibald, assistant gardener
McLintock, Samuel, ploughman
McMillin, Henry, boot maker
McMullan, Jos., dye worker
McMullan, William, dye worker
McQuillian, John, grocer
McQuillian, John, beetler
McVicker, Mrs.

Palmer, ?, Dunadry Linen Co.
Parker, James, farmer
Parker, Thomas, farmer
Parkinson, Hugh, mason
Patterson, R. J., publican
Porter, James, wash mill man

Rainey, John, beetler
Rea, Mrs.
Robinson, John
Robinson, Samuel, farmer
Robinson, Wm., farmer

Scott, Edward, beetler
Simpson, James, plate layer
Skelton, Hannah
Steen, Alexander, gardener
Steenson, John, boot maker
Sterritt, John, beetler
Sterritt, William John, beetler
Stevens, Robt., gardener, Muckamore
Stewart, Rev. David, minister Presbyterian Church

Templeton, Thos., farmer
Topping, John, beetler

Wasson, Annie, dye worker
Wasson, Jane, confectioner
Wilson, Hugh, carter
Wilson, James, farmer
Wilson, Samuel, farmer
Wilson, William, ploughman
Wright, John, farmer

Young, Mrs.

DUNDRUM

A flourishing seaport town in the County of Down, about twenty-two miles from Belfast, seven from Downpatrick, and three from Newcastle.  It is situated on the shore of the inner Bay of Dundrum.  The Downshire family has done much towards improving the town.  On an eminence above the town are the ruins of the old castle, supposed to have been built by Sir John De Courcy.  There has been erected by Georgiana Marchioness of Downshire a fine church, St. Donard, as a memorial to her husband, the late Marquis, the Parish Church (Kilmegan) being a mile distant.  A coal, general cargo, and passenger steamer plies twice a week to English and Scotch ports, associated with a number of other coasting steamers.  An extensive import trade exists in coal, timber, slates, cement, and patent manures.  Exports consist of granite setts, native timber, grain, and potatoes.  A market is held on Saturdays for eggs and fowl, and a monthly cattle fair is held on the third Tuesday of each month.  Ballykinlar Camp for training troops for H.M. Army, is distant two miles from Dundrum across the inner bay, or four miles by road.

Post Office - Mrs. Robinson, postmistress
Coastguard Station - A chief boatman and four coastguards
Police Barracks - Sergeant and four constables

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland - St. Donard's Church, Rev. Robert Ford, rector
Methodist Church - Rev. Mr. Ranson
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. J. O'Hara, P.P.

INHABITANTS

Aikens, Alexr., potato shipper
Allen, George, J.P., Mountpanther

Barkley, Sarah, dress maker
Black, R. J., boot shop
Blackwood, James, wine and spirit dealer and job master
Bready, Michael, potato shipper and general merchant
Bready, Nicholas, income tax collector

Callaghan, John, postman
Cardwell, James, engineer
Cochrane, James, flour and grain merchant
Connor, Elias, sand merchant
Connor, John, seaman
Cromie, Thomas, M.D., registrar for births, marriages and deaths, Clough
Cunningham, Francis, stone mason

Davidson, Daniel, foreman
Doran, John, grocer
Dove, Joseph Scott, clerk
Downshire, Marquis of, Murlough House

East Downshire Steamship Co. Ltd., general merchants, steamship owners, saw millers, coal, timber, slate, cement, and fireclay goods importers

Finnegan, Mrs.
Fitzpatrick, P. J., grocer and spirit merchant
Flynn & Mc Neill, carpenters and building contractors

Graham, H. A., delf and fancy warehouse
Graham, Thomas H., farmer
Green, Mrs.

Harper, Herbert, cycle agent and repairer
Hazzard, James, saddler
Henesey, E. G., J.P., managing director East Downshire Steamship Company
Hill, Miss, grocer and draper

Jardine, D. A., contractor
Johnston, Mrs., draper, Bar View
Johnston, Mrs. Ann
Johnston, Robert A., publican and posting establishment

Kidd, John, smith
King, William

Leslie, Mrs.

Magee, Thomas, Commercial Hotel
Maitland, G., sub-agent on the Downshire estate, Murlough
Martin, Stephen B., Dundrum House
Mullan, John, steamship engineer
Murray, Mrs. V., district nurse
Murray, Vincent, cycle agent and mechanic

McCann, Hugh, farmer
McCann, Miss Ellen, publican and grocer
McCann, Mrs. Thomas, publican
McClafferty, John, licensed victualler
McClement, Miss, Dundrum
McMullan, John, jun., boot shop
McMullan, Mrs., lodging house

Neill, W. J., station master B.C.D.R.

Ogle, William, postman
O'Hagan, Charles, cattle dealer

Perry, Mrs.
Pigott, W. J., Manor House
Polly, John P., potato shipper

Redmond, George, sand merchant
Ridges, Mrs., haberdasher and grocer
Ridges, Robert, flour and grain merchant
Roberts, L. H., school teacher
Robinson, Mrs., postmistress; agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Rooney, H. C., farmer

Scott, John, harbour master
Smith, William
Strain, Alexander

Taylor, Richard, carter
Thompson, Edward, Meadow Brook, farmer
Torney, Hugh, draper
Torney, James, retired school teacher
Torney, John, school teacher
Torrens, Mrs. Jane
Trohear, Leonard, bootshop

Ward, William, butcher

DUNFANAGHY

A little post town and seaside resort in the Parish of Clondahorkey, County Donegal, 17½ miles N.W. of Letterkenny, and situated on a creek of Sheephaven Bay.  There is a pier at which coasting vessels of small tonnage can unload at spring tides.  Herring and mackerel are caught during the season, together with cod, ling, haddock, fluke, whiting, salmon, and lobster.  The beautiful cliff and mountain scenery  in the neighbourhood attracts many visitors during the season.  Bathing can be indulged in at all states of the tide.  The strand is one of the largest and safest in the Kingdom, and visitors will find it the healthiest and most desirable resort to be had on our coasts.  A few miles from the town are the famous Horn Head Cliffs, 700 feet high, the annual breeding place of countless number of seabirds.  The golf course of 18 holes, having a circuit of over three miles and lying along the shores of Sheephaven Bay, has a situation that, in the opinion of many eminent players, is surpassed only by the famous St. Andrews.  Petty Sessions are held on every fourth Saturday, and a market for oats and potatoes on Saturdays.  A fair is held on 18th of each month.  The population in 1911 was 419.

Post Office - Miss S. J. Nixon, postmistress
Magistrates who attend at Petty Sessions - J. Sparrow, R.M.; Hugh A. Law, J. H. Burke-Murphy, Andrew Wilkinson, Wm. Griffith, D. Coll, D. McVeigh, J. Ramsay, John Irvine, Lieut.-Col. Sir Pieter Stewart-Bam, John McNulty
Clerk of Petty Sessions - Henry Ingram
Registrar of Marriages - James Boyle

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland (Trinity Church, Dunfanaghy) - Very Rev. J. Pirrie Conerney, M.A., Dean of Raphoe
Presbyterian Church - Rev. F. Wallace
Roman Catholic - Rev. Hugh McLoone, P.P.; Rev. D. Canning, C.C.

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

Belfast Bank - J. L. Maxwell, manager
National Schools - No. 1 - G. C. Ashe, teacher; Miss M. Patterson, junior assistant mistress.  No. 2 - Edward O'Boyle, teacher; Mrs. McGinley, mistress
Dunfanaghy Poor-law Union - Chairman, Wm. Sayers; clerk, J. Boyle; master, Andw. McIntyre; matron, Elizabeth Murphy; medical officer, J. J. MacGrath, L.R.C.S.I.; relieving officer, John McGinley
Coastguard Station, Portnablagh - R. Russell, chief petty officer; John Ware, leading boatman
Rural District Council - Chairman, John McNulty
Golf Club - President, J. H. Burke-Murphy; captain, J. H. Burke-Murphy; treasurer, H. W. K. Starritt; secretary, W. T. Arnold

INHABITANTS

Alcorn, Augustus, farmer, Horn Head
Alcorn, Thos., fisherman
Algeo, James, postmaster, Ballymore
Algeo, Robert, Rockhill
Anderson, Rev. W. G., Myra Glebe
Arnold, W. T., estate office
Ashe, G. C., school teacher

Baker, Mary A., draper
Burke-Murphy, J. H., J.P., estate agent

Canning, Rev. D., C.C., Derryart
Cassidy, Rose, teacher lace class, Massinass
Conerney, Very Rev. J. Pirrie, Dean of Raphoe, The Rectory
Crossan, Michael, dealer

Diver, Mrs., Portnablagh Cottage
Duffy, Mrs., dress maker
Duffy, Patrick, road contractor
Dugan, John, boatman, Purt Lake

Falvey, P., D.I., R.I.C., St. James's
Forrest, John, farmer, Creenasmear
Friel, Edward, farmer
Friel, James, farmer, Sandhill
Furey, James, tailor

Gallagher, Denis, carter
Gallagher, Frank, coachman
Gallagher, Mary Ann, grocer
Gawley, Miss, estate office
Glasgow, E. M., bank cashier
Greer, Alexander, fisherman

Harkin, Rose, Massinass
Henderson, Wm., farmer, Myroe
Hogg, Matthew, hotel keeper

Ingram, Henry, clerk of petty sessions
Irvine, John, J.P., grocer

Kelso, J. D., manager

Lafferty, Sarah, draper
Lafferty, William, Rockhill
Law, H. A., J.P., M.P., Marble Hill

MacGrath, J. J., L.R.C.S.I., St. Helen's
Mahon, Chas., farmer, Myroe
Millar, James, coachman
Minchin, H., ex-head-constable
Moffitt, Joshua, rate collector, Ballymore
Moffitt, Miss, Atlantic House
Montgomery, James, Lower Faugher
Moore, John, carpenter
Moore, Miss Annie, dress maker
Moore, Rebecca, teacher
Moore, Robert, blacksmith
Mulligan, John, R.D.C.
Mullin, Mrs., Breaghy
Mullin, Patrick, Fougher (Faugher)
Murphy, Patrick, fisherman

McBride, Samuel, painter
McElhinney, James, grocers' assistant
McElhinney, Robert, farmer, Purt
McElroy, Dan., fish dealer
McGarvey, Charles, Parkmore
McGee, Dan., saddler
McGee, John, Knockduff
McGee, Maurice, carpenter
McGinley, Bernard, baker
McGinley, D. T., school teacher
McGinley, John, relieving officer
McGinley, Robt., fish dealer and cooper
McIntyre, John, publican
McIntyre, Patrick, shoe maker
McKinley, Andw., Horn Head
McKinley, Fred., farmer, Horn Head
McKinley, Isabella, Kill
McLean, Hugh, painter
McNulty, John, publican
McNulty, Miss, dress maker
McVeigh, Daniel, J.P.

Nixon, The Misses, post office

O'Donnell, James, jun., publican
O'Donnell, James, publican

Patterson, Robert, farmer, Rinclevin
Patterson, Thos., farmer, Myroe
Patterson, Thos., farmer, Cloonmass

Ramsay, J., J.P., draper
Robinson, James, fisherman
Robinson, John, fisherman
Robinson, John, baker
Robinson, Robert, caretaker waterworks & sexton
Robinson, Robert, pilot and fisherman

Sayers, David, sheriff's bailiff
Sayers, Tom, Sessiagh, boatman
Staunton, Rev. T. H., Ballymore
Sterritt, H. W. K., Stewart Arms Hotel
Stewart, Ann Jane, Faugher
Stewart, Captain C. F., Horn Head
Stewart-Bam, Lieut,-Col. Sir Pieter C van B., J.P., Ards House
Stewart, David, tailor, Woodhill
Stewart, John, Faugher
Stewart, Miss Sarah, grocer, Faugher
Stewart, Samuel, Rockhill
Stewart, Thomas, victualler, Faugher

The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Limited - Agents, James A. Sterritt; J. L. Maxwell, Belfast Bank
Thompson, David, farmer, Ballymore
Thompson, James, farmer

Wason, Francis, farmer

DUNGANNON, DONAGHMORE AND COALISLAND

Dungannon is a municipal borough, market, and post town in County Tyrone, thirty-two miles W. by S. from Belfast.  It is situated on a beautiful hill, from which, on a clear day, may be seen with ease the fairest portion of Ulster.  It was the seat of the O'Neill's from its earliest days; and on a hill crowning the town formerly stood a castle erected by those powerful chiefs.  The lord of the soil is the Right Honourable the Earl of Ranfurly, G.C.M.G.  The market, which is now the property of the Urban Council, is held each Thursday.  One of the best grass-seed markets in the North of Ireland is held every Tuesday in the season.  The pork market is one of the largest in Ulster.  A flax market has been successfully opened lately, and is held fortnightly during the season.  The shops' half-holiday is on Wednesday.  The population at the census in 1911 was 3,830.

Donaghmore, two miles distant, has an ancient ecclesiastical history, St. Patrick having built a church where the old graveyard now stands, close to which, on the village street, is a fine specimen of the old Irish cross.  Governor Walker was rector of this parish at the time the Protestants were driven into Derry.  His remains are interred in the Parish Church, Castlecaulfield.  Wolfe, the author of the ode on the "Burial of Sir John Moore," was curate of this parish.  The soap and candle making industries, carried on by Messrs. D. Brown & Son Ltd., are the largest of the kind in Ireland, and give employment to very many people.  The population in 1911 was 183.

Coalisland, which is situated three miles from Dungannon, and two from Stewartstown, is a place of some importance; an extensive weaving factory, a large spinning mill, flour and corn mills, and a pottery and spade manufactory are carried on near and in it, and the Ulster Canal runs through it.  Coal is raised in fairly large quantities in the vicinity.  A weekly market is held every Tuesday for agricultural and dairy produce, and on Friday for grain.  Population 936.

Post Office - Postmaster, R. T. Clarke
Receiving Office, Scotch Street - Mrs. M. Scott
Fire Brigade Station, Market Square - John Hardy, captain
Killyman District Loyal Orange Lodge (23 lodges, 900 members) - Barry Meglaughlin, District Master; John Johnston, D.D.M.; R. D. Greeves, District Secretary; Saml. J. Wylie, District Treasurer
Urban District Council - Right Hon. the Earl of Ranfurly, G.C.M.G., chairman; Thomas J. Aiken, J.P., vice-chairman; John Hardy, Alex. Patterson, Robert Hamill, Francis Morrison, John Beatty, Robert Leith, Robert Newton, J.P.; Thomas Irwin, John Skeffington, R. Greeves, Joseph Howard, John Douglas, W. R. Irwin, Michael Hughes, James Crberry (Carberry), Peter McShane, James Quinn, and James McCann
Town Clerk - Jas. O. Hamilton, Castle Hill
Coroner - John Malone, Cookstown; deputy-coroner, Surgeon M. J. Marmion, J.P., Dungannon
Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages - Dungannon District, J. C. Sugars, M.D.; Coalisland District, Dr. J. W. J. Scott; Benburb District, Dr. T. D. Browne; Clonavaddy District, Dr. Stephen Garvin
Rural District Council - Jackson R. Erskine, J.P. (chairman); William McGuffin, clerk and executive sanitary officer
Constabulary Station, Market Square - District Inspector, C. H. Gillis; Head-Constables, M. Fallon
Literary and Scientific Rooms, St. Patrick's Hall (R.C.), Union Place; Patrick Holland, secretary
Church of Ireland Young Men's Society, Parochial Club - President, Rev. Thomas J. McEndoo, M.A.; secretary, W. K. Clugston
Courthouse - Frederick McKee, keeper
Clerk of Petty Sessions - Hugh R. Powell, Innisfayle
Clerk of Town Court - James O' Hamilton, Castle Hill
Commissioners for Administering Oaths in Chancery, and Commissioners of Affidavits - Hugh R. Powell, Peter McAleer, and Thomas Bryars
Commissioner for taking Acknowledgments of Deeds by Married Woman in Ireland - John C. Crosslé, solicitor
Dispensary, Barrack Street - J. C. Sugars, M.D., surgeon
Supervisor - Thomas Doran, Goward Terrace
Inland Revenue Officers - W. A. Hunter and R. Thompson
Gasworks, Washingford Row - James Clugston, secretary; David McIntyre, manager
Great Northern Railway, Dungannon - J. Irwin, station master; Coalisland - C. McMullan, station master; Donaghmore - J. Thompson, station master
Land Agents - Robert Newton (to Messrs. Shiel and others), Major Dudley Alexander, C.M.G. (to the Earl of Ranfurly)
Masonic Hall, Thomas Street; Orange Hall, Thomas Street; Forester Hall, Donaghmore Road; Free Gardeners' Hall, Park View; St. Patrick's Hall, Union Place; Parochial Club, Victoria Road, John Walker, caretaker; Parochial Hall, Northland Row, S. Williamson, caretaker
National Insurance Office and Labour Exchange Office, Courthouse
Provident Loan Society, Coalisland - James O'Neill, manager
Registrar of Marriages - Alexander Patterson
Sanitary Inspector and Town Sergeant - Alfred McCurry, Technical Institute
School Attendance Committee (No. 1 District) - Rev. S. Gauden, chairman; W. J. Beatty, secretary.  School Attendance Committee (No. 2 District) - Rev. Thos. Adderley, B.A., chairman; Peter McShane, vice-chairman; Wm. J. Beatty, secretary
Union Workhouse - 20 electoral divisions. The Board meets every alternate Thursday.  Robert Newton, J.P., chairman; Thomas H. Shannon, J.P., vice-chairman; John Richardson, deputy vice-chairman; Wm. McGuffin, clerk and returning officer; F. C. Mann, M.D., medical officer
Town Surveyor - Robt. McDonald, Scotch Street
Inspector under Factory Acts - James Kerr, Oakvale
Dungannon Cricket Club - James O. Hamilton, secretary
Dungannon Golf Club - J. Dickson, hon. sec.
Dungannon and Moy Old Age Pensions Sub-Committee - W. H. Darragh, J.P., chairman; Wm. J. Beatty, secretary; William Hunter, pension officer
Dungannon Miniature Rifle Club (branches at The Bush, Dungannon, and Tamnamore), Alexander Nixon, Perry Street, secretary

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland, St. Anne's, Church Street - Rev. Canon Thomas, J. McEndoo, M.A., rector and surrogate; Rev. F. S. Morrow, B.A., curate
Castlecaulfield - Rev. John R. Sides, M.A., incumbent
Donaghmore - Rev. H. Egerton, B.A., incumbent
Coalisland - Rev. S. Gauden, incumbent
Killyman - Rev. E. F. Campbell, M.A., rector; Rev. T. P. Rose, assistant curate
Newmills - Rev. H. G. W. Scott, M.A., rector
Derrygotreavy - Rev. Jas. Wilson, M.A., incumbent (Derrygortreavy)
Clonoe - Rev. D. R. Alcock, M.A., rector
Pomeroy (New Church) - Rev. R. Dixon, incumbent
First Presbyterian Church - Rev. Stanley W. Thompson, B.A.
Second Presbyterian Church - Rev. John Watson, B.A.
Eglish Presbyterian Church - Rev. W. T. Latimer, D.D., and Rev. R. McCausland.  Castlecaulfield - Rev. R. McClean.  Carland - Vacant  Newmills - Rev. D. T. Macky
Dungannon Baptist Chapel - Rev. M. A. Quigley, pastor
Lisnagleer Baptist Chapel - Rev. Burt Sharp, pastor
Friends' Meeting-house, Grange
Independent Chapel, Donaghmore - Rev. R. J. Murphy, pastor
Independent Chapel, Donaghey - Vacant
Methodist Churches, Perry Street, Dungannon; Castlecaulfield, and Laghey - Revs. Wm. Bryans and Wm. Lindsay
St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Chapel, Northland Row - Rt. Rev. Monsignor Byrne, P.P.; Rev. J. Beck, C.C.; Rev. John Harmon, C.C.
Roman Catholic Chapel, Coalisland - Rev. Peter Quinn, P.P.
Roman Catholic Chapel, Donaghmore - Rev. Joseph O'Neill, P.P.
Roman Catholic Chapel, Eglish - Rev. P. Hughes, P.P.; Rev. Edward Connor, C.C. Galbally - Rev. Hugh Teggart, C.C.

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

Belfast Banking Company (Branch), Bank Buildings, Market Square - W. H. Mann, manager; F. C. Robinson, cashier
Northern Banking Co. (Branch), Scotch Street - F. J. Robinson, manager
Savings Bank, George Street
Provincial Bank of Ireland (Branch), Scotch Street - John Alton, manager; I. J. Charleton, accountant; S. Thompson, teller
Royal School - R. W. Bingham, B.A., head-master; E. G. H. Wright, R. J. Grant, B.A.; Miss E. M. Harper, B.A.; and Miss J. Heenan (teacher of drawing), assistant masters
St. Patrick's Academy - Rev. Edward McNamee, C.C., head master; Joseph Hynes, Richard Burke, and Miss Hanrahan, B.A., assistants
Ladies' School, College Buildings - Miss M. MacDermott, B.A., principal
Technical Institute, Ann Street - James Dickson, J.P., chairman of committee; Alfred McCurry, caretaker

HOTELS

Commercial Hotel, Market Square (Peter McAleer); Myrdith Hotel, Scotch Street (Mrs. Moorehead); Northland Arms Hotel, George's Street (Joseph Wherry); Ranfurly Arms Hotel, Market Square (Joseph Wherry

NATIONAL SCHOOLS

Ballynakelly - Miss Harris, teacher
Brackaville - P. Kelly and Mrs. Slevin, teachers
Altmore - Miss McComisky, teacher
Carland - Miss McComisky, teacher
Coalisland - Mrs. M. Glasgow, teacher; Castlecaulfield - No. 1, Matthew Devinney, teacher; No. 2, John Manelis, teacher; Dungannon, Union Place - Robert Simpson and Mrs. Leith, teachers; Drumglass Parochial, Thomas Street - W. H. N. Thornberry, Miss I. Thornberry, Miss Farrell, Miss Uprichard, and Miss Shanks, teachers; Lower Market - D. Murphy and Miss M. Carson, teachers
Convent Schools - Sisters of Mercy, teachers
Crossdermott - Miss Swann
Derrylatinee - Andrew Moore
Donaghmore No. 1 - W. J. Lee and Mrs. Brennan, teachers
Donaghmore No. 2 - John McMorrow and Miss McCann, teachers
Drumnafern - Miss McCullagh
Drummond - Miss L. Dawson
Edendork - J. Molly and Mrs. Burke, teachers
Eglish - P. J. Duffy and T. Turbitt, teachers
Galbally - P. Corr and Miss Trodden, teachers
Gortgonis - Mr. McQuillan, principal; Miss McKeown, assistant
Gortnaglush - Thos. H. McAdoo, principal
Granville - Thos. Lyttle and Miss Brennan, teachers
Killyman - Vacant
Kilnaslee - Samuel Wilson, teacher
Laghey, Miss Collins
Moygashel - R. Howard, teacher
Newmills - George Wright, teacher
Parkanaur - Alfred Bristowe, teacher
Stangmore - James Rodgers, teacher
The Bush - Mrs. Wylie, teacher
Tullyallen - M. Anderson and Mrs. Anderson, teachers
Tyghan - Miss Elizabeth Blakeley, principal
The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Limited - Agents, Wm. H. Mann, Belfast Bank; R. W. Burleigh, Bellevue; C. B. M. Chambrie, Northland Row; J. J. Scott, Thomas Street; Thomas McGuffin, Scotch Street

INHABITANTS

Abernethy, Miss E., dress maker, Milltown Street
Acheson, Mrs., Castlecaulfield
Acheson & Smith, weaving factory, Castlecaulfield
Aiken, John, & Son, grocers and seed merchants, Scotch Street
Aiken, T. J., J.P., Park Road
Alcock, Rev. D. R., B.A., Clonoe Rectory, Coalisland
Alexander, George, farmer, Kilmacardle, Donaghmore
Alexander, Major Dudley, C.M.G., Northland House
Alexander, Henry, shoe maker, Donaghmore
Allen, F. H. T., chemist, Donaghmore
Allen, Miss, draper, Coalisland
Anderson, Allan, Kylemore Cottage
Anderson, George D., Carrowcolman
Anderson, John S., Thomas Street
Anderson, W. J., farmer, Coolkill
Anderson, W. J., draper, Beechvalley
Andrews & Co., tea merchants, Stuart Row
Atkinson, Henry, farmer, Brookfield
Atwell, John, timber merchant, Hill View Terrace

Ballance & Lennon, hardware merchants, Market Square
Barcroft, Mrs. F., Stangmore House
Barcroft, Mrs. W., Stangmore Lodge
Baxter, William, tinsmith, Scotch Street
Beatty, C, factory manager, Coalisland
Beatty, D. J., goods agent G.N.R., Thomas Street
Beatty, John & Sons,  china warehouse and general house furnishers, Irish Street and Union Lane
Beatty, R. J., postmaster, Coalisland
Beatty, W. J., law assistant and Press correspondent, Thomas Street
Beck, Rev. John, C.C., Ranfurly Terrace
Bell, Alex., J.P., grocer, Irish Street
Bell, Frank, farmer, The Bush
Bell, Ross, car owner, Market Square
Bell, Ross, linen checker, Brooke Street
Bell, T. R., dentist, Market Square
Bennett, Hugh, cattle dealer, Washingford
Bennett, Peter, bread server, Donaghmore Road
Bennett, W. S., R.D.C., Primrose Hill, Castlecaulfield
Benson, Robert, C.B.O., Scotch Street
Benson, R. J., photographer, Scotch Street
Best, John, grocer, George's Street
Bingham, R. W., B.A., Dungannon Royal School
Birney, Hugh, tailor, photographer and tobacconist, Ann Street
Boyce, John, farmer, Drumreagh House
Boyd, Mrs., Union Place
Boyd, W. W., estate agent, Killymeal
Boyle, F., farmer & publican, Cappagh
Boyle, Joseph, Irish Street
Bradford, John H., farmer, Drummuck
Bradford, Robt., farmer, Drumuck, Killyman, Moy
Bradley Bros., flax mills, Castlecaulfield
Bradley, Luke, county director of technical education, Mount Royal
Bradley, William, farmer, Drumeenagh, Killyman, Moy
Brannigan, Arthur, farmer, Eglish
Brannigan, J., coach builder, Barrack Street
Brennan, B. M., Donaghmore
Bristowe, Wm., land steward, Parkanaur, Castlecaulfield
Brown, David, Donaghmore
Brown, D., & Son, Ltd., soap and candle manufacturers, Donaghmore
Brown, John, watch maker and jeweller, Church Street
Brown, Joseph, factory manager, Thomas Street
Brown, Miss, Thomas Street
Brown, Robert, Enfield
Brown, Robert, Aghareaney House
Brown, Wm., commercial clerk, Thomas Street
Browne, T. D., M.B., Benburb
Browne, Lieut.-Col. Wm., Northland Row
Bryars, John, auctioneer and rate collector, Scotch Street
Bryars, John, blacksmith, Newmills
Buchan, Charles, Glenholme
Buchanan, George, watch maker, Donaghmore
Burges, Mrs., Parkanaur
Burgess, Miss, Coalisland
Burleigh, R. W., commercial traveller, Ranfurly Terrace
Burnett, Wm., contractor, Church Street
Burns, James R., earthenware manufacturer, Ballynakelly
Burns, Thomas, blacksmith, Milltown
Burrows, Miss A., Thomas Street
Burrows, John, farmer and tape manufacturer, Edendork, Dungannon
Burrows, Mrs., spirit dealer, Castlecaulfield
Burrowes, W. J., farmer, Granville
Burrows, Wm., farmer, Cavan, Killyman, Moy
Byrne, Arthur, Legilly
Byrne, Mrs., spirit dealer, Coalisland
Byrne, Right Rev. Monsignor, V.G., Ranfurly Terrace

Caldwell, Stewart, farmer, Donaghmore
Campbell, Arthur, farmer, Gortgonis, Coalisland
Campbell, Edward, Clonaneese
Campbell, James, R.D.C., Curran
Campbell, John, carpenter, confectioner and newsagent, Coalisland
Campbell, J., grocer, Lisnagleer
Campbell, Mrs., publican, Curran
Campbell, Rev. E. F., M.A., Killyman, Moy
Carberry, John, grocer, draper and car owner, Donaghmore
Carberry, Patrick, hair dresser, Scotch Street
Carland Quarry Company, Carland
Carson, Thomas, butter merchant, John Street
Cavanagh, James, grocer and spirit merchant, Perry Street
Cavanagh, P., fowl dealer, Perry Street
Chambre, C. B. M., J.P., F.S.I., land agent, surveyor, and district receiver
Chambers, John, farmer, Killyneill
Charles, Thomas H., contractor, carrier, and coal merchant, Scotch Street
Clancy, P. J., J.P., draper, Coalisland
Clark, Ledlie, & Co., weaving factory, Coalisland
Clarke, Mrs., jeweller, Church Street
Clarke, Richard T., postmaster
Clugston, W. K., factory manager, Thomas Street
Coalisland Co-Operative Society - Joseph Girvan, manager
Cole, Miss, publican, Irish Street
Collins, Charles, Grove Cottage
Connolly, Eugene, grocer, Irish Street
Connolly, Henry, provision dealer, Coalisland
Connolly, Thos., grocer and hardware merchant, Coalisland
Conroy, Francis, Miltown
Conway, Henry, grocer, Coalisland
Cooney, Matthew, cattle dealer, Aughamullan, Coalisland
Corr, James, J.P., grocer, draper and spirit dealer, Coalisland
Corr, John, solicitor, Coalisland
Corr, P., corn and scutch mill owner, Coalisland
Corr & McNally, Ulster Fireclay Works and colliery owners, Coalisland
Courteney, Alexander, car owner and fruit dealer, Perry Street
Courtenay, Joseph, farmer, Aghareany, Donaghmore
Courtney, Anthony, Lisnahoy, Killyman, Moy
Crawford & Smith, bakers and grocers, Church Street
Cross, Mrs., servants' registry office, Market Square
Cross, R. W., relieving officer, Market Square
Cross, Thomas, farmer, Kinnego, Moy
Cullen, Francis, butcher, Irish Street
Cullen, James, cattle dealer and butcher, Park Road and Scotch Street
Cullen, J. & M., live stock dealers, Market Square
Cullen, Maurice P., J.P., Union Place
Cullen, Patrick, grocer, Coalisland
Cullen, T., provision dealer, Scotch Street
Cummings, Geo. C, Killeen, Dungannon
Cummings, James, contractor, Killymaddy (Knox)
Cummings, Robt., boot and shoe warehouse, Scotch Street
Cummings, Samuel, road contractor, Coolemount, Coalisland
Cunningham, F., Sloan Street
Cunningham, G. A., commercial traveller, Park Road
Cunningham, John, insurance agent
Cunningham, Mrs., lodging house, William Street
Cunningham, Mrs. Mary, servants' registry office
Cunningham, Sergeant C. E., R.I.C., Laghey
Curran, M., ironmonger, Coalisland

Dalton, William, farmer, Dunamoney
Daly, Bernard, farmer, Clogherney
Daly, Mrs., spirit dealer, Scotch Street
Daniel, Robert, J.P., Derryvale
Darragh, W. H., J.P., The Villa
Davidson, Hugh, Gortnaglush
Davidson, J., boot maker, Boyd's Square
Davidson, James, urban council plumber, Thomas Street
Davidson, Mrs., Mullaghadun
Davis, Jas., monumental works, Station Road
De Lacy, James, publican, Coalisland
Devine, Chas., barber, Irish Street
Devine, J., insurance agent, Irish Street
Devlin, J., grocer and spirit dealer, Coalisland
Devlin, M., grass-seed dealer, etc., Coalisland
Dickie, Adam, grocer, Market Square
Dickson, James, J.P., Milltown House
Dickson & Co., weaving factory, manufacturers of brown and striped drills, fancy dress linens and damask table linens, Milltown
Dixon, Arthur, Northland Terrace
Dixon, Mrs., dress maker, Northland Terrace
Donaghy, Hugh, farmer, Altmore
Donaghy, J., hair dresser, Coalisland
Donnelly, Daniel, chemist, Irish Street
Donnelly, Francis, coal merchant, Ann Street
Donnolly, J., car driver, Coalisland
Doran, Thos., Howard Terrace
Dougan, James, caretaker Orange Hall, Thomas Street
Douglas, John, grocer, Market Square
Doyle, James, farmer, Mullaghadun
Doyle, J., shoe maker, Coalisland
Dudgeon, A., manager J. Stevenson & Co. Ltd., Coalisland
Duffy Bros., tailors, Donaghmore
Dungannon Co-operative Society Ltd., Scotch Street
Dunlop, Mrs., The Institution
Dynes, James, barber, Anne Street
Dysart, John G., Farlough

Egerton, Rev. H., B.A., The Rectory, Donaghmore
Ellis, Mrs., dress maker, Church Street
Ellis, Thomas, saddler, Church Street
Elliott, Joseph, farmer, Whitetown
Erskine, Jackson, farmer, Tamnamore
Espey, David, carpenter, Perry Street
Ewing, James, P.L.G., Derryfubble

Fairbairn, John, egg dealer, Park Road
Falls, Peter, grocer and publican, Aughamullan, Coalisland
Farrell, John, greengrocer, Irish Street
Farrell, Miss S., school teacher, Thomas Street
Faulkner, Nathaniel, grocer, Coalisland
Fee, Thomas, merchant and produce dealer, Coalisland
Fernon, John, foreman, Moygashel
Ferry, Johnston, grocer, Newmills
Finlay, Miss, Temperance Hotel, Coalisland
Flanagan, Miss Annie, newsagent and stationer, Scotch Street
Forsyth, John, grocer and merchant, Eglish
Fowler, John, grocer, Laghey, Killyman
Fox, Mary, grocer, William Street
Frizell, D. A., factory manager, Castlecaulfield
Frizell, James, farmer, Crew
Frizell, The Misses, bonnet makers, George's Street
Fullan, Francis V., publican, Coalisland
Fullan, Peter, grocer and spirit merchant, Aughamullan
Fullan & Son, Newmills Freestone Quarries, Dungannon

Gaffney, Charles, tailor, Perry Street
Gallagher, Samuel, Donaghmore
Gallagher, S. D., insurance agent, Scotch Street
Gauden, Rev. Simeon, Coalisland
Gartland, James, grocer and baker, Coalisland
Garvin, Stephen, M.D., dispensary medical officer, Ennish, Castlecaulfield
Gault, John, grocer, Laghey, Moy
Geattens, Miss Mary, publican, Irish Street
Gillis, C. H., D.I., R.I.C., Ranfurly Terrace
Gillogly, Christopher, carpenter
Gilpin, James, hardware merchant, George's Street
Glasse, The Misses, The Institution
Goodwin, B., grocer and restaurateur, William Street
Goodwin, Edward, jun., tailor and grocer, William Street
Goodwin, Mrs., grocer and restaurateur, William Street
Goodwin, Thomas, grocer, William Street
Gray, John M., ironmonger and grocer, Scotch Street
Greene, Francis, cattle dealer, Derraghadoan
Greene, Joseph, J.P., butcher, Scotch Street
Greene, Joseph, dairy farm, Drumherriff
Greer, George, Rhonehill
Greer, R. J., farmer, Tullaghbeg, Coalisland
Greeves, R. D., registration agent, Grange, Moy
Grimason, Hy., Market Square
Grimason, Joseph, tailor, Milltown
Grimason, Mrs., ladies' emporium, Market Square
Grogan, M., grocer, Coalisland

Hale, Mrs., Fairview
Hale, Martin, & Co. Ltd., spinning mill
Hall, W. J., dentist, Scotch Street
Hamill, James, R.D.C., Killyharry Glebe, Castlecaulfield
Hamill, Robert, sample maker, Castle Hill
Hamill, Thomas, publican, Church Street
Hamilton, J. O., solicitor and town clerk, Market Square
Hamilton, Mrs. Susan, boarding house, Market Square
Hamilton, S., carpenter and servants' registry office, Perry Street
Hamilton, Thos., agent Messrs. Inglis & Co. Ltd., Circular Road
Hamilton, W. G., inspector of locks, Lagan Navigation Company, Coalisland
Hanna, Thomas, P.L.G., Innishmagh
Hanson, Thomas, farmer, Mullaghmore
Hardy, John, horse shoer, Market Square
Hardy, Mrs., leather merchant, Church Street
Harkin, James, J.P., P.L.G., Coalisland
Harper, H. M., house and rent agent, Dungannon
Harton, W. J., hardware and seed merchant, Irish Street
Hayden, Mrs., publican, Shamble Lane
Haydock, Henry, draper, Market Square
Haydock, Wm., Stangmore (Knox)
Hazelton, Thomas, farmer, Cullion
Henderson, Francis, rate collector, Scotch Street
Henderson, J. J., confectioner, Perry Street
Henderson, Mrs., postmistress and grocer, Tamnamore
Heyburn, John, painter, Donaghmore Road
Hindes, Mrs. L., draper, Irish Street
Hobson, W. E., motor garage, Thomas Street
Hodge, Mrs. Margaret, grocer, Cabragh
Hodgett, S., Great Northern Railway, Thomas Street
Hodgett, Richard, postal official, Thomas Street
Hoffstead, J., hair dresser, Church Street
Hooks, Joseph, plasterer, Donaghmore Road
Hooks, Mrs., dress maker, Donaghmore Road
Houston, R. G., draper, Market Square
Howard, Joseph, draper and undertaker, Scotch Street
Howard, Major R., J.P., Annaginny House
Hoy, John, solicitor, Howard Terrace
Hoy, Joseph, boot warehouse, Market Square
Hughes, Michael, fowl dealer, Barrack Street
Hughes, Misses, dress makers, Coalisland
Hughes, Philip, dealer, Ballynakelly, Coalisland
Hughes, Rev. P., P.P., Eglish

Inglis & Co. Ltd. (Belfast) - Branch, Circular Road - Thomas Hamilton, manager
Irwin, G., cycle depot, William Street
Irwin, Charleton, foreman linen lapper, Castle Hill
Irwin, Henry, Aghareany, Donaghmore
Irwin, James, Derryveen
Irwin, Lieut.-Colonel J. S., Howard Terrace
Irwin, Thos., grocer and confectioner, Derry, Coalisland
Irwin, Wm. J., solicitor, Market Square
Irwin, W. R., undertaker, grocer and merchant, John Street

Jameson, James, flax mills, Mullyrodden
Jenkinson, Thos., P.L.G., Cavan, Killyman, Moy
Johnston, Miss, draper, Coalisland
Johnston, Mrs., draper, Scotch Street
Johnston, Mrs. Emily, Northland Row
Johnston, Mrs. M., The Dispensary

Kane, Mrs. Eliza, grocer and spirit dealer, Coalisland
Kearney, Patrick, fishmonger, Church Street
Keenan, Mrs., Springfield
Kelly, Arthur, bakery, William Street
Kelly, Bernard, grocer and spirit dealer, Market Square
Kelly, John, William Street
Kelly, Miss, laundress, Irish Street
Kelly, Mrs., Granville
Kelly, Thomas, shoemaker, Coalisland
Kerr, Albert, shop manager
Kerr, David, law clerk, Oakville
Kerr, John, baker and spirit dealer, William Street
Kerr, John, grocer, Coalisland
Kerr, W. R., tailor, George's Street
Kertland, John G., Howard Terrace
Kertland, Miss, Market Square
Killyman Co-operative Agricultural & Dairy Society Ltd. - Samuel Henry, manager
Kilpatrick, John, farmer, Ballynakelly
Kinley, H. W., Bloomhill, Dungannon
Knox, John, newsagent and hardware merchant, Donaghmore; agent for "Belfast news-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Knox, Robert, corn mills, Eglish
Kyle, Miss, The Institution

Langlands, John, & Sons, ironmongers and seed merchants, Church Street
Latimer, Rev. W. T., Eglish
Laverty, Michael, horse dealer and publican, Scotch Street
Laverty, Robert, horse dealer, Moy
Lawson, Wm. J., grocer, Milltown
Lee, W. J., N.S. teacher, Donaghmore
Leith, Mrs., N.S. teacher, Union Place
Leith, Robert, druggist and grocer, Scotch Street
Leebody, J. W., B.A., B.E., county surveyor, Knockanevin
Lewis, Edward, Barrack Street
Lilburn, R., bookkeeper, Duncrevie
Little Bros., egg buyers, Mullyconnor
Little, George, publican, Perry Street
Little, James, Coalisland
Little, Samuel, veterinary surgeon, Perry Street
Little, Samuel J., grocer and spirit merchant, Coalisland
Lloyd, Averell, J.P., Tamnamore House, Moy
Lloyd, The Misses, Dreemore
Loane Bros., drapers, Market Square
Logan, Henry, linen lapper, Ann Street
Longfield, Kelly & Armstrong, solicitors, Northland Row
Lowry, Colonel R. T. G., Pomeroy House
Lowry, Major, Derrygally
Loy, Mrs., spirit store, Ann Street
Lyle, J. G. Winder, Donaghmore House
Lyons, W. J., hair dresser, Coalisland

Mackay, Rev. D. T., The Manse, Newmills
Madden, Miss, clothes dealer, Irish Street
Magee, H., dealer, Coalisland
Maguire, John, grocer, Coalisland
Mallon, Arthur, Derraghodoan
Mallon, John, flax merchant, Ballygawley Road
Mallon, Patk., grocer, publican, and oil merchant, Scotch Street
Mann, F. C., M.D., Howard Terrace
Mann, W. H., manager Belfast Bank
Marmion, M. J. C, J.P., M.D., F.R.C.S.I., Scotch Street
Marsh, J., grocer, hardware merchant and car owner, Coalisland
Marshall, R. E, druggist, Market Square
Marshall, Wm., flax mills, Legane
Martin, Patrick, carpenter and builder, Ann Street
Mason, Mrs., The Institution
Matthews, Mrs., The Institution
Meglaughlin, Barry, solicitor, Gortmerron
Meenagh, John, painter and glazier, George's Street
Menary Bros., drapers, Market Square
Moore, Edwin, merchant tailor, Church Street
Moore, William, publican, Scotch Street
Moran, James, superintendent, The Institution
Moran, Miss, dress maker, Church Street
Morell, Mrs., Scotch Street
Morrison, Ferdinand, butcher, Irish Street
Morrison, Hamilton, Coalisland
Morrison, James, victualler, Irish Street
Morrison, James, butcher, Coalisland
Morrison, James, publican, Irish Street
Morrison, Miss Ellen, publican, Perry Street
Morrow, Rev. F. S., B.A., curate assistant
Morrow, Robert, farmer, Ballymeenagh, Newmills
Mulgrew Bros., horse shoers, Market Square
Mulgrew, David, jun., horse shoer, Irish Street
Mulgrew, P., waiter, Scotch Street
Mullan, Edward, clothes dealer, Irish Street
Mullan, George, farmer, Drumkee, Coalisland
Mullan, John, scutch mills, Tartlaghan
Mullan, J., caretaker St. Patrick's Hall, Union Place
Mullan, W. N., farmer, Strathmullan
Murphy, Andrew, car owner and undertaker, Coalisland
Murphy, D., N.S. teacher, Northland Row
Murphy, Miss, jeweller, Irish Street
Murray, Mrs., confectioner, Scotch Street
Murray, P., grocer, William Street

McAlister, Hugh, cattle dealer, Falkland
McAlister, James, grocer and seed merchant, Scotch Street
McAleer, Peter, Commercial Hotel, Market Square
McCall, Thos., & Sons, coach factory, Scotch Street
McCann, James, cooper, Scotch Street
McCauley, Chas., plasterer and slater, Donaghmore Road
McCauley, Mrs., laundress, Anne Street
McCausland, Mary, spirit retailer, Donaghmore
McCausland, Rev. R., Eglish
McCausland, T., spirit retailer, Donaghmore
McClean, Alfred, Reloagh, Donaghmore
McClean, George, P.L.G., Tulnavern
McClean, J. R. B., Drumnuck
McClean, Mrs., Mullaghatague
McClean, Robert, grocer, Donaghmore
McClernon, Peter, horse dealer, Garvagh, Donaghmore
McCorkell, T., grocer, Donaghmore
McCrory, John, publican, Scotch Street
McCurry, Alfred, clerk of markets, Anne Street
McCusker, John, publican, Scotch Street
McCullough, T., clay pipe manufacturer, Sandholes
McDaniel, William J., grocer, draper, posting establishment and general merchant, Coalisland; agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
McDermott, Miss M., B.A., Ladies' School, College Buildings
McDermott, Mrs., temperance hotel, George's Street
McDonald, Robt., town surveyor, Mount Royal
McElhatton, Mrs., publican and boot maker, Donaghmore Road
McElhone, James, spirit dealer, leather merchant and shipping agent, Irish Street
McElhone, Miss M., tobacconist, Irish Street
McElhone, Mrs., publican, Anne Street
McElhone, Mrs., refreshment rooms, William Street
McEndoo, Rev. Canon Thomas J., M.A., The Rectory
McElvogue, John, shoe maker, Irish Street
McFadden, H. R., law clerk, Perry Street
McFadden, Mrs., dress maker, Perry Street
McGartland, Misses, grocers and dress makers, William Street
McGinty, J., draper, Coalisland
McGorry, Mrs. E., publican, Scotch Street
McGlade, James, butcher, Coalisland
McGuffin, Thomas, commercial clerk, Scotch Street
McGuffin, W., clerk of the union, College View
McGuigan, Michael, rope maker, Irish Street
McGuone, Mrs., confectioner, Scotch Street
McGurk, P., carpenter and builder, Dungannon
McHugh, Philip, Sessiadonaghy
McIlree, Mrs., confectioner, Perry Street
McIlroy, Robert, farmer, Myroe, Killyman
McKay, Mrs., Thomas Street
McKee, D. G., farmer, Newmills
McKee, Frederick, Courthouse keeper, William Street
McKinley, James, rope maker, Union Place
McMahon, James, butcher, Coalisland
McManus, S. E., draper, tailor &c, Market Square
McManus, W. J., boot merchant and confectioner, Scotch Street
McMenemy, Mrs., draper, Scotch Street
McMinn, Alex., farmer, Kilnaslee, Donaghmore
McMinn, William J., farmer, Corrainey, The Bush
McMullan, Alex., billposter, William Street
McNally, John, mason, William Street
McNally, Patrick, greengrocer, Irish Street
McNaney, Wm. F., boot and shoe warehouse, and grocer, Irish Street
McNeill, Dougald, confectioner, Perry Street
McRory, Michael, J.P., draper, Scotch Street
McShane, Peter, clothes dealer, Irish Street
McVey, John, corn mills, Dernaseer

Neill, W. J., Victoria Villas
Nesbitt, William R., farmer, Drumreagh, Newmills
Nethery, James, pharmaceutical chemist, Scotch Street
Newell, Charles, surveyor, Perry Street
Newell, Joseph, butcher, Perry Street
Newell, The Misses, victuallers, Market Square
Newton, Robert, J.P., Killymeal House
Nixon, Alexander, painter, Park Road
Nixon, James, painter, Park Road
Noble, Henry, butler, Church Street

Orr, W. J., J.P., Lisnacroy
O'Brien, Francis, cattle dealer, Scotch Street
O'Brien, F., & Sons, victuallers, William Street
O'Hagan, James, J.P., Coole
O'Neill, Francis, publican, Scotch Street
O'Neill, John, shoe maker, Scotch Street
O'Neill, John, tinsmith, Anne Street
O'Neill, John M., farmer, Donaghmore
O'Neill, J. J., spirit grocer, Coalisland
O'Neill, Mrs. M., grocer, Donaghmore
O'Neill, Patrick, cattle dealer, Ann Street
O'Neill, P., grocer and spirit dealer, Scotch Street
O'Neill, Rev. Joseph, C.C., Donaghmore

Paisley, Samuel, farmer, Foygh, Donaghmore
Patterson, Alex., Auctioneer and Newsagent, Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News," Scotch Street
Patterson, Robert, publican, Brackaville, Coalisland
Patton, Robert, builder and contractor, Castle Cottage
Pearson, Thomas L., spade manufacturer, Bush
Pinkerton, Marshall, watch maker, Scotch Street
Powell, H. R., clerk of Petty Sessions, Innisfayle
Proctor, Joseph, church sexton, Coalisland

Quinn, Edward, Terrenew, Castlecaulfield
Quinn, F. V., hardware merchant, Scotch Street
Quinn, James, draper, Ann Street
Quinn, James, publican, Scotch Street

Ranfurly, Right Hon. Earl of, Northland House
Reardon, P., tailor and tobacconist, Irish Street
Reid David, cutter, George's Street
Reid, F. D., Beechvalley
Reid, John, chemist and druggist, Scotch Street
Reid, John H., farmer, Lisdhu
Reynolds, T. W., Ltd., grocers & druggists, Scotch Street
Reynolds, W. J., solicitor, Howard Terrace
Rice, Edward, greengrocer & car owner, Perry Street
Rice, Joseph, cattle dealer, Union Place
Richards, C. M., M.D., Ranfurly Arms Hotel
Richardson, A. W., printer, Church Street
Richardson, Captain J., J.P., Trewmount
Richardson, Dawson, Coalisland
Richardson, John, Fernshaw
Richardson, Murray, stationer, Church Street
Richardson, Richard, grocer, etc, Church Street
Richardson & Sons, printers, bookbinders, picture framers, stationers, newsagents and fancy goods warehouse, Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News," Church Street
Robinson, John, J.P., Derrymeen
Robinson, Robert, Cumber
Robinson, William, Kinnego
Robson, Samuel, estate agent, Larchmount, Dungannon
Rolestone, Mrs., Scotch Street
Rooney, John, spinning master, Clare Terrace
Rose-Cleland, Henry S., manager Redford Linen Co. Ltd.
Ruddy, John, flax buyer, Newmills

Scott, John W., M.D., dispensary medical officer, Coalisland
Scott, J. J., law clerk, Scotch Street
Senior, W. J., grocer, hardware merchant and postmaster, Newmills
Shannon, Mrs., Lisnaclin
Sheals, Francis, shoe maker, Coalisland
Sheals, John, shoe maker, Coalisland
Shields, Peter, J.P., Altmore
Shillington, John, farmer, Eskragh
Sides, Rev. John R., The Rectory, Castlecaulfield
Simmons & Melaughlin, solicitors, Market Square, Dungannon and 10 Fleet Street, Dublin
Simpson, John C., proprietor, "Tyrone Courier," Kyle Terrace
Simpson, Robert, N.S. teacher, Union Place
Sinnamon, Miss, draper, Market Square
Slean, Miss L., publican, George's Street
Sloane, Zeno, music teacher, Union Place
Smith Bros., drapers and boot merchants, George's Street
Smith, H. J., grocer and provision store, George's Street
Smith, John, Gortmerron House, Dungannon
Smith, Mrs., The Institution
Smith, Samuel, cattle dealer, Union Place
Smyth, Thomas G., R.D.C., Drummond, Carland
Spence, John, insurance agent, Scotch Street
Steele, Mrs., dress maker and grocer, Irish Street
Stevenson, H. E., Howard Terrace
Stevenson, John & Co. Ltd., spade and shovel manufacturers, steam sawing and grinding mills and weaving factory, Coalisland
Stevenson, Robert, Northland Row
Stevenson, William E., Grange Lodge
Stevenson & Son, Ltd., linen manufacturers, bleachers, dyers and finishers, George's Street and Moygashel Mills, Dungannon
Stewart, Alexander, Tullyleek, Donaghmore
Stewart, Benjamin, farmer, Ballymeenagh, Newmills
Stewart, Gerrard, farmer, Creevagh, Carland
Stewart, Joseph, draper, Irish Street
Stewart, J., farmer, Ballymeenagh, Newmills
Stewart, Robert, publican, builder and contractor, Irish Street
Stewart, Robert, saddler, Scotch Street
Stewart, Robert & Son, corn and wheat millers, Coalisland
Stewart, Thomas, egg, fruit, and poultry dealer, Derrymeen, Coalisland
Stuart, Miss F., College View
Stuart, Miss P. A., Dreemore
Sugars, J. C, M.D., Northland Row

Taggart, Mrs., Perry Street
Taylor, Hugh, Union Place
Taylor, James, rate collector, Feroy, Carland
The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Limited - Agent, J. Corr, J.P., Coalisland
Thompson, John, contractor, Newmills
Thompson, Rev. S. W., B.A., Prospect House
Thompson, Saml., bank official, Castle Hill
Thompson, W., grocer and hardware merchant, Coalisland
Thornberry, Miss, matron of Union Workhouse
Thornberry, R., shoe maker, Castlecaulfield
Thornberry, W. H. N., school teacher, Belle Vue
Tisdall, Thomas, produce exporter, Bealemount
Todd, John, sexton, Union Place
Todd, Miss E., stationer, Scotch Street, Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Trimble, Wm. J., & Sons, photographers and china warehouse, Church Street
Turner, Wm., dyer, Market Square
Twigg, Mrs., Northland Row

Virtue, Mrs., fruiterer and confectioner, Perry Street

Walker, Wm., mechanic, Perry Street
Walsh, Joseph, relieving officer, Kilnacart
Watson, Rev. John, B.A., John Street Manse
Watson & Bell, grocers, Irish Street
Watt, Jos., posting establishment, George's Street
Watt, Robert, mineral water manufacturer, John Street
Watt, Samuel, Thomas Street
Watterson, L. G., draper, Church Street
Wherry, Joseph, proprietor, Northland Arms Hotel, George's Street, and Ranfurly Arms Hotel, Market Square
Wilson Bros., Roan Spinning Mills, Coalisland
Wilson, Henry, J.P., Roan House, Coalisland
Wilson, John M., bookkeeper, Thomas Street
Wilson, The Misses, Cranebrook
Wilson, Samuel, land commissioner, Northland Row
Wilson, T. F., M.D., Northland Row
Wilson, Walter, Roan, Coalisland
Wilson, William, Mullaghmore
Woods, John, poultry dealer, Ann Street
Wylie, Thomas, ironmonger, general hardware and seed merchant; oil, timber, iron, slate and coal yard,  implement merchant, 3 and 4 Church Street
Wright, George, school teacher, Newmills

DUNGIVEN

Originally called Duneevan, derives its name from Dune, a fort, is situated close to the banks of the River Roe.  On a jutting rock overhanging the river, at a place known as the "Salmon Leap," stands the old Church or Priory, founded by Dermot O'Cahan in 1,100.  Within its roofless walls is the grave of the illustrious Chieftain O'Cahan (Cooey na gall O'Cahan) and his seven sons.  A weekly market for the sale of grain, potatoes, pork, butter, and eggs is held every Saturday.  A fair is held monthly, on the second Tuesday.  Valuable beds of limestone and freestone are found in the district, which contains the famous Altmover quarries of freestone.  The shops' half-holiday is on Thursday.  The population of the town, which contains three places of worship, was 655 at the last census.

INHABITANTS

Anderson, E., Byreman, Pellipar

Beatty Bros., grocers and auctioneers
Begley, C, grocer
Boyle, Mrs. James, Greenwood Villa
Boyle, Mrs. Patterson, Benbraddagh and Roe-valley Sewed Muslin Factory, Dungiven
Boyle, P., grocer and hardware merchant
Bradley, James, hawker
Brennan, Rev. J., C.C.
Brown, J., butter merchant
Brown, Constable, R.I.C.
Buchanan, A., farmer, Mount Prospect

Campbell, Mrs. R. M., crotchet agent
Campbell, R. M., grazier
Carlin, Mrs., lodging house
Carlin, W., spirit merchant and blacksmith
Carolan, J. J., N.S.T., Gortnaghty
Cassidy, P., butter merchant
Clyde, James, bread server
Clyde, Mrs., New Street
Convery, Miss Annie, dress maker
Conway, P., cattle dealer, Ballyness
Costello. Wm. J., N.S. teacher
Crozier, Rev. R., Boveva
Culbert, Rev. T. E., Boveva
Cupples, Miss M., school teacher

Dallas, Geo., cattle dealer, Ovill
Dallas, J., cattle dealer, Altmover
Dallas, W., cattle dealer, Altmover
Davison, Rev. T., The Manse
Deeny, James, contractor
Doherty, J., flax scutcher
Douglas, L., dress maker
Douglas, S. B., grocer

Fallows, James, Postmaster, Draper etc.; Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Fallows, Ralph, sen., Altmover Quarries, Dungiven
Fallows, Ralph, jun., weigh master, Dungiven
Fallows, Thos., flax mill owner, Altmover
Farren, John, blacksmith
Fulton, Mrs. R., Main Street

Gourley, Rev. Samuel, assistant minister
Gregg, James, land steward, Pellipar Estate

Hamilton, Samuel, motor and cycle merchant
Harper, J., The Castle
Harkin, John, butter and egg merchant
Hegarty, Rev. W., C.C.
Hoey, C., ex-R.I.C.

Kane, Jas., flax scutcher
Kane, J., grocer, Chapel Lane
Kealey, J., poultry dealer
Kealey, Mrs., shirt maker
Kelly, R., shoe maker
Kidd, W., flesher
Kilmartin, M. D., N.S. teacher
King, Christy, hawker
King, French & Ingram, solicitors

Lamb, the Misses,. drapers
Logue, Edward, spirit merchant
Longmore, Isaac, solicitor's clerk

Madden, J., shoe maker
Magee, J., grocer and posting establishment
Martin, Dr., Manor House, dispensary, and registrar of births, marriages, and deaths
Milliken, L., draper
Mitchell, A., solicitor's clerk
Moorehead, John, flax scutcher
Moroney, D., sergeant R.I.C.
Morris, John, carpenter
Mullan, James, head ploughman, Pellipar Farm
Mullan, P., grocer
Murray, Richard, saddler

McAlister, J., station master
McCartney, S., road surveyor
McClenaghan, J., boot maker
McCloskey, H., teacher, Dernaflaw
McCloskey, James, tailor
McCloskey, John, postman
McCloskey, Miss A., dispensary caretaker
McCloskey, Miss S., Main Street
McCloskey, Mrs. Rose A., grocer
McCloskey, Mrs. P., milliner
McCloskey, Mrs. W., grocer
McCloskey, M., cattle dealer
McCloskey, P., New Street
McCloskey, Patk., J.P., grocer and auctioneer
McCormack, W., painter
McDermott, J. J., bar tender
McDermott, M., spirit merchant
McDonald, Mary, shirt maker
McEvoy, Miss, draper
McFarlane, The Misses, draper
McFarland, Mrs. John, Moore Cottage
McFetridge, Ben., mason
McGaughey, J., teacher, Derrychrier
McKenna, B., grocer and spirit dealer
McLaughlin, James, farmer
McMacken, James, boot maker
McNicholl, P., spirit dealer
McNickle, J., byreman, Pellipar Farm
McNickle, Mrs., spirit dealer
McReynolds, Jane, draper
McReynolds & Sons, grocers
McShane, Geo., station master, Derryork
McVeigh, John J., wool agent and tailor

Newton, Alex., cycle repairer

Ogilby, R. J. L., D.L., Pellipar Hotel
Osborne, E. G., J.P., Altmover
O'Kane, John, cattle dealer, Carn
O'Kane, Miss Ann, house keeper
O'Kane, Mrs. L., N.S. teacher, Carn
O'Neill, A., spirit merchant
O'Neill, Hugh, farmer
O'Neill, Joseph, butcher

Poston, R., grocer

Quigley, D., spirit merchant
Quigley, Rev. D., P.P.

Reid, S., shoe maker
Ross, J. A., N.T., Ballyhargan
Ross, W. J., flax mill owner, Dungiven
Rutledge, Rev. C., Banagher

Scott, Marcus, postman
Semple, A., J.P.., electric light works
Semple, W., miller
Semple Bros., grocers
Shiels, W., watch maker, Ovill
Simpson, Robt., railway porter
Simpson, C., bank clerk
Simpson, Miss E. C., nurse
Smith, Henry, postman
Smith, J., sawyer
Smith, T., farmer
Somers, Jas., The Mill
Somers, J., cattle man
Somers, Thomas, gardener's assistant
Steele, Miss, dress maker
Stewart, Isaac, classical teacher
Stewart, Miss Annie, dress maker
Stewart, Miss M. A., crotchet agent
Stewart, Thos., butter and egg merchant
Stewart, W., farm hand

Temple, W., Bank House
Thompson, Henley, farmer
Tomer, James, flax mill owner, Dungiven
Torrens, George, postman
Trueman, Mrs. J., shirt maker

Warren, Rev. Canon
White, J., blacksmith
Whyte, R., grocer, etc.

Young, J. F. F., solicitor