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1894 Belfast Street Directory

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STREET DIRECTORIES TRANSCRIBED
1805 - 1806 - 1807 - 1808 - 1819 - 1843 - 1852 - 1861 - 1868 - 1877 - 1880 - 1890 - 1894
1901 - 1907 - 1908 - 1909 - 1910 - 1912 - 1918 - 1924 - 1932 - 1939 - 1943 - 1951 - 1960
1913 Tel. directory    1824 Pigots (Belfast)  &  (Bangor)   1894 Waterford Directory
1898 Newry Directory      Bangor Spectator Directory 1970

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STREETS - ALPHABETICALLY

(A(B)  (C)  (D)  (E F G)  (H I J K)  (L)  (M)  (N)  (OPQ)  (R)  (S)  (T)  (UV)  (WYZ)

You will see in red letters where the little people lived, those not listed because their rent was under a certain amount

NAIL STREET
English Street to Irwin Street

   1. McCarron, James, carter (McGarron, James, carter in 1890)
   3. O'Neill, John, dealer
   5. Develle, M., mill worker
   7. Alford, M., labourer
   9. Higgin, Wm., labourer
 11. McAvoy, Ellen, char woman
 13. Potter, John, nail maker
 15. Moreland, S., storeman
 17. McNamee, Ellen
 19. Loughran, F., labourer
 21. Brown, John, labourer
 23. Mullan, John, labourer
 25. Moreland, Jas., labourer
 27. O'Kane, Eliza
 29. McErlane, P., labourer (McErlean, P. in 1890
 31. Carson, Robert, tailor
 33. Mullan, Thos., labourer (Mullin, Thomas in 1890)
 35. McGrady, H., flax dresser
 37. Fitzsimmons, J., shoe maker
 39. Fitzsimmons, Susana
 41. McKean, John, labourer (O'Kane, W. J., labourer in 1890)
 43. Gilligan, Thos., labourer
 45. Hughes, Wm., labourer
 47. McGarrigan, Mary Ann
 49. McDonald, H., fireman (McDonnell, Henry in 1890)
 51. Speers, John, labourer
 53. Dougal, Hugh, carter
 55. McGruden, F., labourer (McCrudden, F., pork cutter in 1890)
 57. Magill, John, labourer
 59. Denvir, W., bread server
 61. Donnely, J., smith's helper
 63. McMenamy, J., labourer
 65. McGuckan, T., engine driver
 67. Corr, John, iron turner
 69. Ginley, J., blacksmith
 71. McLenaghan, J., cellar man
 73. O'Mally, J., stone mason
                                __________

   2. McElmeel, J., engine driver (McIlmee, James, publican in 1890)
..........Bow Street intersects
   4. Kearney, P., flax dresser
   6. Healy, Thomas, cooper
..........Scotch Street intersects
..........Massareene Street intersects
   8. McCurry, Jas., labourer
 10. Brady, John, dealer
..........Baker Street intersects
 12. Stewart, John, grocer
 14. McCann, Edw., plasterer
 16. Loughran, W. J., publican

NAPIER STREET
Off Sandy Row

1, 3. Craig, N. J., publican (Tramway Hotel)
   5. McCoy, Eliza
   7. Ward, J., foreman book binder
   9. Best, Richard, coachman
 11. Gibson, A., postman
 13. Rosbottham, J., carpenter (Rosbottom, John, carpenter in 1890)
 15. Smith, William, waiter
17, 19. Thompson, R., milkman
 21. O'Hara, Jane
 23. McFarland, Eliza
 25. Johnston, George, mason
 27. Paton, James, labourer
 29. Dalton, James, strapper
 31. Dougan, Samuel, shunter G.N.R.
 33. Connolly, Wm., painter
 35. Jameson, Thos., gardener
 37. Alexander, M., lamp lighter
       Belfast Street Tramways Co. - Andrew Nance, manager
                              __________

   2. Magennis, James, jeweller
   4. Thompson, Sarah
   6. Armstrong, Wm., manager
   8. Shanks, Samuel, carpenter
 10. Martin, R., coachman
 12. Girvin, John, tramway inspector
 14. Nicholl, Thomas, coachman
 16. Lavery, Robert, packer
 18. Collins, J., sexton Crescent Presbyterian Church
 20. Page, James, checker
 22. Hamilton, Geo., tenter
 24. McDowell, Alex., clerk
 26. Clark, Robert, grocer
 28. Johnston, Robert, grocer
 30. Nichol, R., tram driver
 32. Smith, Geo., labourer
 34. Moore, Alex., brick layer
 36. Bradshaw, Saml., sexton Fountainville Presbyterian Church

NAPLES STREET
Grosvenor Street to Genoa Street

   1. Tate, John, grocer
   3. McCormick, Mrs.
   5. Potter, William, porter
   7. Williamson, Geo., hatchet maker
   9. Livingston, Jas., carter
 11. McCorkell, J., mechanic
 13. Crawford, Thomas
 15. Heron, Robert (Herron, J., machine printer in 1890)
 17. Boyle, Catherine
 19. Graham, William, porter
 21. Kelly, Ellen
 23. Murray, Patk., teacher
 25. Brown, Edw., clerk
 27. King, E., cloth finisher
 29. Arbuthnot, H., clerk
 31. Brackenridge, Wm., coach painter
 33. Murdoch, Thos., labourer
                             __________

   2. Younger, A., book binder
   4. Dickson, Wm., cloth dresser
   6. Smith, Saml., carpenter
   8. Culbert, Margaret
 10. Slowey, John, baker
 12. Holmes, Miss, machinist
 14. Reid, Mrs., dispensary nurse
 16. Cherry, Miss
 18. Trelford, Margt., folder
 20. Forman, Miss
 22. Ferguson, Miss
 24. Kerr, Wm., compositor
 26. Dawson, Henry, plumber
 28. Chambers, J., grocer
 30. Orr, Alex., plumber
 32. Smyth, Miss
 34. Gorman, S., linen packer

NASSAU STREET
Off Beresford Street

   1. Stewart, George, labourer
   3. Martin, Henry, labourer
   5. Dempsey, W. J., baker
   7. Bingham, Joseph, labourer
   9. Branagh, Wm., carter
                               __________

   2. Callon, Joseph, labourer
   4. Hunter, J., brick layer
   6. Robinson, H., labourer
   8. Scanlon, Geo., labourer
 10. Davison, Wm. G., car driver

NEELY STREET
(Neeley in 1890)
off Mullhouse Street

   2. Duggan, Thomas
   4. McKenzie, Wm., painter
   6. Halliday, Mrs.
   8. Robertson, A., pattern maker
 10. Gilmore, Thomas, miller
 12. Hamilton, Thos., car driver
 14. Reynolds, Sarah, weaver
 16. Cathcart, John, carter
 18. Cathcart, Andw., labourer
 20. Lunn, Robert, carter
 22. Dougan, William, tenter
 24. Keown, Mrs.
 26. McMahon, Miss
 28. Gray, James, coach builder
 30. Stewart, David, druggist & grocer

NELSON COURT
Off Nelson Street
a few small houses

NELSON PLACE
Off Nelson Street

   2. Kirk, Hugh, tailor
   4. Hastings, John, car driver
   6. Cuddy, Samuel, carter
   8. Murray, Robert, labourer

NELSON STREET
Great Patrick Street to Whitla Street

1, 3. Side doors
   5. Aston, Edward, labourer
..........Stockman's Court intersects
   7. Dobbin, Thomas, labourer
   9. Grant, P.
 11. Mulholland, James, carter
 13. Grant, P., laundry
 15. Dugan, Maggie
 17. Montgomery, M., car driver
19, 21. Burns, Patrick, coach painter
 23. Fullerton, Ann, grocer
..........Patrick Street Little intersects
 25. Vacant
 27. Nelson Street National School - J. Matthews, principal
 29. Lewis, R., seaman
 31. Murray, Hugh, butcher
 33. Floor, James, labourer
35, 37. Acheson, R., chemist
 39. Hall, Miss
 55. Stores
 57. Gray, Henderson
 59. Mitchell, R. A., labourer
 61. Side door
..........Great George's Street intersects
..........Corporation Street Little intersects
 65. Williamson, Wm., carter
..........Henry Street intersects
111. Side door
113. Canavan, Chas., sawyer
115. McVeagh, James, overseer
117. Huston, Wm., labourer
119. Mawhinney, Eliza
121. Anderson, A. M.
123. Chambers, W., ship carpenter
125. Stewart, A., labourer
127. Maguire, Thomas, rigger
129. McCullen, R., labourer
131. Woodside, Isaac, seaman
133. Reynolds, Saml., carter
..........Trafalgar Street intersects
135. McKibben, Alex., grocer and publican (McKibbin, Alex., publican in 1890)
137. Black, Mrs.
..........McKeller's Court intersects
139. Vacant
141. Legg, Jos., engineer
143. Reeves, B., boiler maker
145. Ingram, Jas., carpenter
..........Ann Street North intersects
147. Gardner, L.
149. McKnight, R., engine driver
151. Marshall, P., boiler maker
153. Kirkpatrick, R., cooper
155. Flood, T., plumber
157, 159. Mulvenny, J., cow keeper
..........Earl Street intersects
161, 163. McKenna, J. F., publican and grocer
165. Duff, Eliza
..........Quinn's Place intersects
167. Abernethy, Rachael
169. Kinghan, Eliza
171. Daley, P., fish dealer
..........Thomas Street North intersects
173. Todd, W., van driver
175. Nelson Court
   "    Murray, W. J., labourer
   "    McCann, E., labourer
177. McGreevy, J., boatman
179. Mullan, Sarah
181. Side door
..........Dock Street intersects
183. Hearst, W., cooper
185. Ayr, G., brush maker
187. McKenzie, M., engineer
..........Fleet Street intersects
189, 191. Side doors
193. McIlhern, D., carter (McIlheron, David, carter in 1890)
195. Hinde, C., inspector
197. Cullen, Miss
199, 201. Side door
..........Ship Street intersects
                            __________

   2. Stores
..........James Place intersects
   4. Curley, James, labourer
   6. Larmour, Rachael
   8. Mullan, J., labourer
 10. Magee, William, chimney sweep
 12. Burns, T., flax dresser
 14. Hanratty, Alice
 18. Kelly, Michael, publican and grocer
..........Patrick Street Little intersects
 22. Keenan, Mrs.
 24. Hull, Eliza (Hall in 1890)
 26. Gordon, Thos., seaman
 28. Long, J., shoe maker
 30. Reid, James, labourer
 32. Johnston, D., labourer
 34. Hull, A., stevedore
 36. McCarroll, Mrs.
 38. Lappin, Mrs.
 40. Boyce, James, porter
 42. Glenn, R., harbour constable
 44. McNeilly, S., store keeper
 46. Patterson, W., seaman
 48. Crothers, R., labourer
 50. McAleer, C., plasterer
 52. McKeever, Mrs.
 54. Side door
..........Great George's Street intersects
       Great George's Street National School - Mr. Spears, principal
 56. Davidson, Eliza
 58. McEntyre, Wm., plater
..........Shipboy Street intersects
 60. Hunter, John, grocer
 62. McKnight, J., dairyman
 64. Scott, W. J., clerk
 66. Bryan, P., inspector
..........Nile Street intersects
 68. Shira, W., whitesmith (Shirra in 1890)
 70. Edgar, James, rigger
72, 80. Stores
 82. Glazebrook, S., seaman
..........Nelson Place intersects
..........Henry Street intersects
 92. Parks, Eliza
 94. McDowell, W., labourer
 96. Kilpatrick, H., dealer
 98. McIlvenny, John
100. Terry, John, labourer
102, 104. McCann, J., publican
106. Freeburn, T.
108. Harrison, H., boatman
110. Vacant
112. Cairns, J., grocer and druggist
..........Trafalgar Street intersects
114. Cassidy, J., publican
116. McCully, Henry
118. Williamson, J., shoe maker
120. Rea, G. T., plumber
122. Shaw, Miss
124. Harvey, Sarah
126. Geoghegan, P.
128. Martin, Geo., clerk
130. McClarnon, J., joiner
132. Anderson, W., ship carpenter
134. Brady, Wm., yardman
136. Marshall, J., labourer
138. Side door
..........Earl Street intersects
144. Robb, A., engineer
146. Kerr, A., labourer
148. McCracken, J., boatman
150. Wilson, J., rivetter
152. Deering, T., engineer
154. McHenry, Jas., grocer
..........Thomas Street North intersects
156, 158. Gallagher, M., publican
160. Ritchie, Eliza
162. Stables
164. Magowan, Ellen
166. Side door
..........Dock Street intersects
170. Wilson, John, carrier
172. Murphy, R. J., rivetter
174. Trimble, Henry, carter
176. Patton, J., shoe maker
178. Orr, R. A., grocer and publican
..........Fleet Street intersects
180. Milligan, J., labourer
182. Vacant
184. Ball, T., carpenter
..........Ship Street intersects

NEW STREET
(No. 1)

   2. Mellvill, Margaret
   4. McClaverty, J., labourer
   6. Stewart, Mrs.
   8. Whiteside, R., brush maker
 10. Ervine, J., labourer
 12. Clarke, Margaret

NEW STREET
(No. 2)
Off Woodstock Road

   2. McBride, Fras., plater
   4. Young, C., pensioner
   6. O'Neill, Hugh, boot and shoe maker
   8. Coulter, George
 10. McMorran, George, tram driver

NEWCASTLE STREET
off Newtownards Road

   1. Side door
   3. McLean, D., labourer
   5. Cully, John, painter
   7. Erskine, W. J., joiner
   9. Teirney, George, smith (Tierney)
 11. Yardley, James, rivetter
 13. McLean, Wm., labourer (McClean, William, labourer in 1890)
 15. Ralph, W., shipwright
 17. McCleave, W., iron moulder
 19. Risk, Wm., painter
 21. Blair, John, labourer
 23. Gulliver, W., ship carpenter
 25. Duncan, R., labourer
 27. Moore, W. H., rivetter
 29. Lennon, P., labourer
 31. McCullough, D., rivetter
 33. Irvine, R., labourer
 35. Eglin, Thos., rivetter
 37. Glenfield, J., labourer
 39. Titterington, H., labourer
 41. Donovan, Jane
 43. Millen, John, butcher
                              __________

   2. M'Tier, Thos., labourer (Matier, Thomas, labourer in 1890)
   4. Hedley, A., joiner
   6. Rainey, Jas., weaver
   8. Munce, Susan
 10. Eccles, W. J., fitter
 12. Smith, J. H., plater
 14. Bannister, J., boiler maker
 16. Jones, P., shipwright
 18. Kerr, R., labourer
 20. Boyd, Alex., moulder
 22. Davis, Rchd., smith
 24. McCullough, W., shoe maker
 26. Benson, James, driller
 28. McManus, Jas., labourer
 30. Owens, Sarah
 32. Johnston, John, clerk
 34. Stephenson, W., labourer
 36. McKnight, James, boiler maker
 38. Gracey, William, labourer
 40. Morrow, John, fitter
 42. Brennan, Jas., labourer

NEWFOUNDLAND STREET
off Memel Street

   1. Hayes, A., labourer
   3. Harvey, T. D., store man
   5. McCauley, Wm., carter (McAuley, Wm., labourer in 1890)
   7. Walker, Saml., labourer
   9. Dennison, J., van driver (Denniston, John, van driver in 1890)
 11. Douglas, T., labourer
 13. McKay, John, labourer
 15. McBride, A., labourer
 17. Turner, J., iron dresser
                              __________

   2. Goudy, H., labourer
   4. Gibson, J., labourer
   6. Aughey, R., labourer
   8. Walker, John, rivetter
 10. Stitt, Thomas, sailor
 12. Collins, Hans, carter
 14. Brophy, John, joiner
 16. Gibson, J. A., labourer
 18. McIlvenny, James, carrier
 20. Clegg, R., labourer

NEWINGTON AVENUE
Atlantic Avenue to Newington Street

   1. Lyttle, T., assistant yard manager
   3. Dickson, E., bookkeeper
   7. Vacant
   9. Carlisle, Mrs.
 11. Wilson, Miss E.
 13. McKee, R., weigh master
 15. Hoffman, F., hairdresser
 17. Vacant
 19. Cochrane, S., commercial traveller
 21. Thompson, M. B., manager Old Public Bakery
 23. Burrows, D., evangelist
 25. Bingham, H., tea and coffee merchant
 27. Ellis, R., telegraph clerk
 29. Vacant
 31. Donaldson, D.
 33. Wilson, J., bookkeeper
 35. Rankin, Hugh, manager of the Sabbath School Society
                               __________

   2. McCloy, Miss
       Vacant ground
 16. Beggs, S., warehouseman
 18. Jeffery, Thos., tailor
 20. McMullan, J., telegraph clerk
 22. Crawford, Elisha
 24. Russell, Mary Jane

NEWINGTON STREET
Off Limestone Road

   3. McMeekan, Robt., builder
   5. Vacant
   7. Black, Thomas Alexander, manager Mersey Steamship Company
   9. Mars, W. V., engineer
 11. Bond, Thomas, quarter-master Medical Staff
 13. Vacant
 15. Eakin, Mrs.
 17. Foley, John, lieutenant Royal Irish Rifles
                              __________

 12. Vacant
 14. Smyth, J., com. agent
 16. Hopkirk, J., accountant
 18. Turtle, Mrs.
 20. Kent, Archd., clerk
 22. Oliver, Mrs.

NEWTOWNARDS ROAD
Bridge End to Connswater

                           [right hand side]
   1. Stuart, James, publican
   3. Devlin, Francis, painter
   5. Hogg, H., boiler maker
   7. Young, James, painter
   9. Boston, J., pawn office
.........Wheeler's Court intersects
 11. Savage, P. G., publican
 13. Chambers, Wm., clerk
 15. McMillen, A., fruiterer & confectioner
17, 19. Nixon, J., poulterer
 21. Curran, Jas., draper
 23. Davis, James F., whitesmith
 25. Purvis, J., saddler
 27. Shearer, Wm., broker
 29. Morrow, Mrs.
..........Quinn's Court intersects
31, 33. King, B., publican
 35. McGarry, P., butcher
 39. Tevan, P., timber merchant
41, 43. McDowell, Jas., china merchant
 45. Reilly, P., hairdresser
 47. Graham, R., pawn broker
..........Keenan's Street intersects
49, 51. Macnaughton, Alexr., druggist
 53. Geddis, John, baker
 55. McCann, Ellen, grocer
..........Young's Row intersects
 57. Gordon, S., newsagent
 59. Vacant
 61. McWilliams, J., spirit dealer
 63. Boyd, G., boot and shoe maker
 65. Sherlock, John, grocer
 67. McGee, Edwd., labourer
 69. McCullough, Jas., baker
 71. Houston, John, painter
 73. McCarthy, Jas., caulker
 75. Kennedy, John, tailor
 77. Clegg, Wm., joiner
77a. Long, M., grocer
..........Seaforde Street intersects
 79. Beggs, Robert, publican
 81. Simpson, J., poulterer
 83. Campbell, William, dealer
 85. Milligan, Agnes
 87. Russell, Jas., labourer
 89. McGrillen, John, grocer (McGrilley, John, flesher in 1890)
 91. Neeson, B., painter
 93. Anderson, W., model maker
 95. Sheppard, F., tailor
 97. Thompson, D., shoe maker
 99. Thompson, J., hairdresser
..........McCracken's Place intersects
101. Finlay, Wm., labourer
103. McConnell, Isabella (McCammond, Isabella in 1890) (McCammon, Miss in 1880)
105. Little, John, rivetter
107. Agnew, J., brick layer
109, 111. Bell, James, grocer and confectioner
..........Train View intersects
        St. Matthew's Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. J. McAuley, Administrator; D. McCorry, gatekeeper
115. Edgar, W. H., boot and shoe maker
117, 119, 121. Vacant
123. O'Shea, Mrs.
125. Smyth, Robt., joiner
127. Gunning, P., labourer
129. Andrews, Mrs.
131. Niblock, D., shipwright
133. Hutchinson, D., machine man
135. Dunning, F., labourer
137. McCarthy, Sarah
139. Thompson, D., carpenter
141. O'Neill, Mary, spirit grocer
143. Mullan, J., spirit grocer
145. Claney, R., confectioner
147. Auld, J., stone cutter
149. Ivory, B., rope maker
        Westbourne Presbyterian Church - Rev. Wm. Witherow, minister; res., The Mount
151. Murphy, J., flesher
153. Coates, G., grocer
..........Tower Street intersects
155, 157. Bell, R., butcher
159. Robinson, R., boot and shoe maker
161. McMahon, G., shipwright
163. Paton, T., butcher (Patton in 1890)
165. McWilliams, J., publican
..........Westbourne Street intersects
167. Cooke, J., & Co., grocers
169. Campbell, J., linen business
171. Jefferson, Robt., grocer
173. Taylor, R., hardware merchant
175. Cowan, Wm., publican
..........Templemore Avenue intersects
183, 185. Steele, R., draper
187. McMaster, Alex., foreman engineer
189. Galway, James, house & land agent
191. Foster, D., carpenter
193. Macauley, A., spirit grocer
..........Parker Street intersects
195. Malone, B., spirit grocer
197. Ralston, J., confectioner and tobacconist
199. Bell, John, butcher
201. Hulse, J., engine driver
        Masonic Hall
                                 Belvoir Hall
        Major, Rev. John
        McKittrick, A.
                             Rossmore Terrace
203. Thompson, J., hairdresser
205. Stewart, H., hairdresser
207. McCaughan, J. & J., painters
209. Cheator, S., labourer
211. Martin, William, agent
213. Smyth, James, sergeant Harbour Police
215. Burton, J., boiler maker
217. Kennedy, Robert
219. Wilkinson, Mrs.
221. Kerr, H., joiner
223. Hamilton, J., shoe maker
225. McIntosh, Peter, plater
227. Bryans, J. S., M.D., surgeon
229. Tinsley, Thos., grocer
                            Wesley Terrace
231. Coates, S., boot maker
233. Marks, John, butcher
235. Stronge, J., labourer
237. Douglas, H., caulker
239. McCaughan, J., painter
241. Gillies, J., painter
243. Forsythe, Agnes
        Belvoir National School - W. J. Currie, principal
        Ballymacarrett Methodist Church - Rev. A. Harris, minister
247. Whiteside, R., engineer
249. Hughes, J., gardener
251. Sturgeon, Mrs.
253. Montgomery, J., caulker
255. Patterson, J., boiler maker
..........Montrose Street intersects
        Mageean Presbyterian Church - Rev. James McConnell, B.A., minister
        Webb, Alfred, Ulster Metal Works
259, 261. McDade, W., draper
261a. Walker, Thos., general dealer
263. Irvine, R., grocer
265. Crooks, W. M., boot and shoe maker
267. Moore, Jas., draper
269. Gardiner's Provision Market
271. Edgar, Robt., butcher
273. Pritchard, J., publican
275. Edwards, A., grocer
277. Murphy, James, labourer
279. Mallon, James, labourer
281. Lowry, Jas., labourer
283. Mercer, John, labourer
285. McCutcheon, J., labourer
287. Megarry, Wm., weaver (McCarry, W. J., weaver in 1890) (McGarry, William, weaver in 1880)
289. Smith, R., labourer
291. McKaig, Mrs. (McKeag, Jane in 1890) (McKeague, William in 1880)
293. McCready, H., boot maker
295. Thompson, Mrs.
297. Murdock, W., carpenter
299. Sinclair, A., labourer
301. Quinn, E., boot maker
303. Auld, Mrs.
305. Woods, Mrs.
307. Breen, Mrs.
309. McWilliams, Miss
311. Gateway
313. Mallon, J., labourer
315. Rankin, J., labourer
317. Wilson, W., labourer
319, 321. Steele, D., baker and confectioner
323. Stewart, D., blacksmith
325. Hayes, J., mechanic
327. Montgomery, J., general smith
329. Hewitt, M., iron turner
331. Hill, Miss M., draper
333a. Cooper, H., grocer
..........Hunt Street intersects
333. Cooke, D., joiner
335. Dunlop, C., carpenter
337. Keevins, P., sergeant R.I.C.
339. Nelson, T., boiler maker
341. Rainey, R, engine driver
343. Green, W., barman
..........Hemp Street intersects
        New Road National Schools - Thomas Craig, principal; residence, 166 Albertbridge Road
355, 357. Small, W. J., grocer
..........Albertbridge Road intersects
        The Belfast Ropeworks Co. Ltd., W. H. Smiles, Managing Director
                                __________

                              [left hand side]
2, 4. Chambers, J., & Co., drapers and clothiers
   6. Glover, W., hairdresser
   8. Dunn, Mary A.
 10. Carlisle, W. M., provision dealer
 12. Gilroy, Wm., grocer
16, 18. Lewis, J., provision merchant
20, 22. McCance & Co., drapers
24, 26. Boston, J., publican
..........Middlepath Street intersects
26. Vacant
..........Khartoum Street intersects
..........Foundry Street intersects
 28. Galway, T., grocer
 30. McMillen, S., painter
 32. Foster, Joseph, boot and shoe maker
 34. Aspden, R., hairdresser
 36. Walker, A., confectioner
 38. Dobbin, H., butcher
 40. Webb, A. H., watch maker
 42. Ballymacarrett Post Office - H. Gordon, postmaster
 44. Moore, E., dress maker
 46. Mann, J., broker
 48. Ryan, P., butcher
..........O'Kane's Lane intersects
50, 52. Watterson, J., publican
 54. Crumlin, John, dealer
 56. McKibben, J. W., newsagent
 58. Jordan, James, knitting depot
58a. Walker, T., salerooms
..........Clonallon Street intersects
 60. Garrett, David, grocer
 62. Chambers, J., draper
 64. Flavelle, J., tobacconist
 66. Moore, W. J., & Co., druggists and grocers
..........Lochager Street intersects (Lackagh)
 68. Boyd, R., pawn broker
 70. Whaley, Edward, grocer
 72. Thompson, J., grocer
..........Harland Street intersects
 74. Black, H., spirit grocer
 76. McKeag, H., shoe maker
 78. Hoffman, R., butcher
 80. McCreanor, Ann, grocer
 82. Govan, J., boiler maker
..........Wolff Street intersects
84, 86. Walsh, D., spirit grocer (Welsh, Daniel, publican in 1890)
 88. Johnston, Hugh, seaman
 90. Hanna, James, clerk
 92. Irwin, J. W., butcher
94, 96. Blair, R., grocer
 98. Daley, Patk., draper
100. Doris, J., confectioner
102. Gill, John V., grocer
..........Kenilworth Street intersects
104. Robinson, G., publican
106. Dickson, M. & S., drapers
108. Spence, S., confectioner
110. Russell, J., butcher
..........Gertrude Street intersects
112. McCullough, H., publican
114. Humphreys, C., M.D., Medical Hall (Humphries, Charles, M.D. in 1890)
116. Cairns & Co., grocers
118. Armstrong, J., publican
120. Boothmans, Ltd., shoe warehouse
122. Richardson, A., draper
124. Shaw, J. H., druggist
..........Frazer Street intersects
126. Drysdale, H., & Co., drapers
128. McKnight, John, tailor
130. McMorran, E, shoe warehouse (McMoran in 1890)
132. Hume, Geo., grocer
..........Central Street intersects
134. McQuoid, H., tobacconist
136. Camlin, D., Indian and China Tea Bazaar
138, 140. Bennett, J., pawn broker
..........Pitt Street intersects
142. Millar, J., publican
144. Presho, W., provision merchant
146. Wilson, James, & Son, British and Colonial Meat Company
148, 150. Vacant
152. French, S., draper
154. Johnston, J. E., fitter
156. Crooks, W. N., boot maker
158, 160. Wilson, J., & Son, boot and shoe manufacturers
162, McVeigh, Sarah
164. Cooper, Sarah, grocer
166. Leabody, Alex., carter
168. Keenan, R., rivetter
170. Ray, Susan (Roy, John, labourer in 1890)
..........Scotch Row intersects
172. Stewart, Wm., engineer
174. McCann, T., publican
176. McDowell, T., confectioner
178. McMeekin, M., tobacconist
180, 182. Lowry, E., grocer
184. Vacant
186. Owens, Robt., engineer
188. Ditty, W. S., draper
..........Cable Street intersects
190. McIlroy, Brice, grocer
192. Donaldson, J., ship model maker
194. Russell, T., blacksmith
196. Hazelton, William, pawn broker
..........Cuba Street intersects
198. Campbell, D., dairyman
200. Lindsay, F., druggist and grocer
202. McRoberts, R., tailor
204. Sloan, T., shoe maker
206. Sefton, James, draper
208. Hepworth, J., & Sons, drapers, clothiers, hatters, etc.
..........Saunders Street intersects
210. Graham, Lavinia, pawn broker
212. Rainey, J. H., tailor
        Ballymacarrett Church of Ireland, Rev. G. G. Mervyn, rector; res., The Vicarage, Albertbridge Road
        Ballymacarrett Road National School - C. H. Todd, principal
..........Church Street East intersects
214. Cairns, Thomas, grocer and provision merchant
216. Ruddack, John, clerk
218. Moore, A. P. B., M.D., Medical Hall
220. McLaughlin, Mrs., draper
..........St. Leonard Street intersects
222. McKinley, G., dealer
224. Ritchie, Bella, stationer
226, 228. Bourke, Chas. E., draper
230. Barry & Co., spirit merchants and grocer
..........Newcastle Street intersects
232. Young, W. J., grocer
234. McBride, R., joiner
236. Robb, Rose Anna
238. McIlwaine, J., hairdresser
240. Bollard, E., tobacconist
..........Chadolly Street intersects
242. Jordan, H., butcher
                              Ashley Lodge
244. Cathcart, T. C. D., M.D.
246. Marks, Mrs.
..........Derwent Street intersects
248. Thompson & Co., grocers
250. Lindsay, John, draper
252. Oliver, F., green grocer
254. Anderson, Thomas, grocer and Newtownards Road Post Office
..........Solway Street intersects
256, 258. Bennett, J., pawn broker
260. Greer, W. C., & Co., hardware shop
262. Scott, John, joiner
264. Munce, A., butcher
266, 268. Vacant
270. Barry & Co., publicans
..........Dee Street intersects
272. Bennett, J., grocer
274. Fleming, Mrs. J., furniture dealer
276, 278. Nabney, John, fowl dealer
280. Meenan, Mrs.
282. Hillis, Mrs.
        Vacant ground
292. Witherow, Mrs.
294. Wilson, Mrs.
296. Leonard, R., labourer
298. McQuillen, Isa
300. Crooks, Mrs.
302. Harvey, F., labourer
304. Vacant
306. McKee, Mrs.
308. McDonald, Mrs.
310. White, John, tinsmith
312. Caughey, A., grocer
314. Gordon, S., coal merchant
..........Campbell's Row East intersects
316. Willis, Mrs.
318. McDonald, Mrs.
320. Sturgeon, Miss, grocer
322. Brown, H., moulder
324. Noble, Margaret J.
326. Davidson, A., labourer
328. Wilson, Eliza
330. Roberts, G., mechanic
..........Cooper's Row intersects
332. Walker, W., confectioner
334. Cooper, Wm., fitter
336. Lindsay, R., brick layer
338. Johnston, W., car owner
                      Carrantuohill Terrace
340. R.I.C. Barracks
342. Houston, Robt., sergeant in charge of barracks
344. Wilson, A., plater
346. Wallace, R., engineer
348. McCaw, Mrs.
350. Ritchie, Charles, & Son, builders and contractors
..........Witham Street intersects
352. Stewart, J., grocer
354. Munro, D., joiner
356. Cooper, H.
358. Magee, Charles, dealer in jewellery
360. Henderson, W., plater
362. McCandless, J., cashier
..........Ribble Street intersects
364. Shields, Jas., hardware merchant
366. Kernaghan, W., tobacconist
368. Robinson, E., draper
370. Ross, A., confectioner
372. Orr, Wm., publican
..........Welland Street intersects
374. Ritchie, G., grocer
376. Brown, Mrs., confectioner
378. Long, M., watch maker
380. Hamilton, R., butcher
382. Bultitude, Mrs. M., confectioner
384. Davidson, Robert, boot maker
386. Irvine, J., hay dealer
388. Gillespie, William J., confectioner
390. McCracken, W. J., grocer
..........Connswater Street intersects
392. Shaw, R. J., grocer
394. McCracken, Miss, draper
396. Stokes, J., botanic drinks
398. Patterson, G. B., draper
400. Martin, J., confectioner
402. Ritchie, Chas., & Son, contractors

Newtownards Road Upper
Continuation of Newtownards Road

                            [left hand side]
        Morrow, Richard, grocer
        Vance, John, car owner
 22. McKitterick, Mrs.
        Gilbert, S., spirit grocer
..........Gilbert Street intersects
        Boyd, W. S., wine and spirit merchant
       Alexander, Agnes, newsagent
 30. Bennett, John, saddler
   1. Greenaway, T., brick layer
   2. Pollock, Mrs., draper
   3. Craig, Charles, mechanic
        Manderson, F., wine and spirit merchant
                         Rockburren Terrace
        Kirkpatrick, J., confectioner
        Hanna, S., painter & decorator
        Smith, W., Connswater Post Office
        Flemming, J., butcher
        Yeates, M., gardener
        Miskelly, J., boot maker
        McCormick, J., grocer
        Wright, D. M., coffee stand
                               __________

                           [right hand side]
        The Belfast Ropework Co. Ltd. - W. H. Smiles, manager
..........Bread Street intersects
       The New Public Bakery Co. Ltd. - Hugh McMillen, manager; residence adjoining
        Watson, Mrs., grocer
        Wylie, Hugh, grocer
..........Broomfield Avenue intersects
 27. Perrott, Elizabeth, druggist and grocer
 25. Wilson, Robt., confectioner
 23. Shannon, Jas., plumber and gas fitter
 21. Perry, J., butcher
17, 19. Blayney, T., stone cutter
 15. Little, J., & Son, plumbers and gasfitters
 13. Graham, Joseph, butcher
 11. Palmer, R., hardware and china merchant
   9. Brown, James, grocer
   7. Clements, J., butcher
   5. Beaumont, M., French cleaner and dyer
3, 1. Bill, John, & Con, builders
..........Ravenscroft Avenue intersects

NEWTOWNBREDA ROAD

                        [right hand side]
                        Rosetta Cottages
   1. McMeekin, John, weigh master
   2. Clarke, Mrs.
   3. Philpot, Jas., gardener
   4. Fitzsimmons, Miss
   5. Mallin, P., labourer
   6. McClune, J., van driver
   7. McCudden, R., sexton
   8. McCoubrey, Mrs.
   9. Rosetta Post Office - Mrs. Fitzsimmons, postmistress
 10. McCartney, T., labourer
..........Rosetta Avenue intersects
                          Marguerite Terrace
   1. Blayney, John, chief engineer
   2. Bryars, Mrs. (Byers in 1890)
   3. Magowan, Julius, merchant tailor
   4. Turner, J. G., bank official
   5. Owens, W.
   6. Vacant
   7. Davis, Henry, advertisement agent and secretary Royal Botanic Gardens
   8. Thompson, Mrs.
                             Rosetta Terrace
   1. Cranston, W. R., bank official
   2. Lepper, Mrs.
   3. Lindsay, Benjamin, chief clerk G.P.O.
   4. Keenan, John, commission agent
   5. Fitzpatrick, Mrs.
   6. Scott, H., pawn broker
   7. McGonigal, D., solicitor (McGonagle, David, solicitor in 1890)
   8. Wilson, Alexander, paint and colour merchant
   9. Walker, J., bookkeeper
 57. Dickson, S., labourer
 59. Nesbitt, R., labourer
 61. Milligan, Jas., carter
 63. Dunwoody, Mrs.
                               Belvoir Place
   1. Harvey, Isaac, teacher
   2. Jeffers, R., stationer
   3. Thompson, Robert
   4. Donnan, Sarah
   5. McDade, Mrs.
   6. Coakley, Thomas, proprietor Ulster Turkish Baths
   7. Long, James
..........Rosetta Park Avenue intersects
                               __________

                              [left hand side]
                               Harden Villas
   1. Barry, Peter, tea merchant
   2. Milligan, Peter, rope and twine merchant
                                Rosetta Villas
   1. Mahony, Mrs.
   2. Kerr, S., bookkeeper
..........Knockbreda Road intersects
       Newtownbreda Presbyterian Church - Rev. R. Workman, B.D., minister; residence, The Manse, Newtownbreda Road

NEWRY STREET
Euston Street to Castlereagh Road

       New houses and street not completed

NILE STREET
Nelson Street to York Street

1, 3. Vacant
..........Ellen's Court intersects
   5. McMaster, Wm., rigger
   7. Webb, Richard, tenter
9, 13. Jameson, W., driller
..........Henry Street Little intersects
 15. McMurray, Mrs.
 17. Connolly, Mrs.
 19. Edgar, Wm., labourer
 21. Gordon, Sarah, publican
..........York Street Little intersects
 23. Forsythe, Thos., car driver
 25. Thompson, Mrs.
                         __________

   2. Shira, R., linen lapper
   4. Whiteside, J., carpenter
   6. Howe, John, labourer
   8. Murphy, Mrs.
 10. McNulty, Margaret
 12. Smith, John, labourer
 14. McKee, William, sawyer
 16. Thompson, D., fitter
 18. Wilson, Jane
 20. Robb, Eliza
 22. Montgomery, S., labourer
 24. Bailie, H., stone cutter
 26. Donnelly, Sarah
 28. Sloan, W. J., labourer
 30. Murphy, C., confectioner

NINTH STREET
North Howard Street to Conway Street

   1. Duncan, A., brick layer
   3. Mayne, W., flax dresser
   5. Eyles, Mrs. (Isles, Margaret in 1890)
   7. Rodgers, Robert, labourer
   9. Patterson, Isabella
 11. Rorke, Thos., labourer
 13. Laughlin, Arthur Rchd., fitter
 15. Holmes, John, tailor
 17. Mayne, John, labourer
 19. Graham, G., mechanic
 21. Hoy, Wm., labourer
 23. Robb, Mrs.
 25. Milligan, D., brick layer
 27. Anderson, Catherine
 29. Adamson, Mrs.
 31. Vacant
                               __________

   2. Nelson, Catherine, grocer
   4. Butler, W. J., brick layer
   6. Banks, J., linen finisher
   8. Cussick, Mrs.
 10. Kelly, Robt., turner
 12. Morton, James, tenter
 14. Pritchard, J., blacksmith
 16. Turkington, W., tenter
 18. Morrow, Sarah Jane
 20. Dempster, R., brick layer
 22. Hughes, William James, flax dresser
 24. McMurray, S., steward
 26. Duncan, J., brick layer
 28. Mercer, S., iron dresser
 30. Walker, A., cart maker
 32. Gordon, Jos., grocer
 34. Price, Henry, blacksmith
 36. Greenlees, David, beetler
 38. Kernaghan, F., painter
 40. Owens, Mrs.
 42. Sangster, A., bobbin turner
 44. Blakely, A., painter
 46. Jackson, Wm., labourer
 38. Hay, J., carding master (48)
 50. Sands, Samuel, shirt and collar cutter
 52. Chambers, J., moulder
 54. Thompson, A., shoe maker
 56. McManus, Mrs.

NIXON STREET
Conway Street to Wilton Street

   1. Moore, B. (side door), grocer
   3. Varner, Martin, moulder
                                __________

2, 4. Pelan, Samuel (side door), publican

NORE STREET
Off Shannon Street

   1. McAdam, Thomas, painter
   3. Lowry, Hugh, traveller
   5. McCann, Thomas, labourer
   7. Sherry, Wm., labourer
   9. Campbell, Lewis, labourer
 11. Henry, John, tailor
 13. Arlow, James A., carter
 15. Mairs, Wm. John, labourer
 17. Bradey, Mrs.
 19. Thompson, Alex., labourer
 21. Birney, John, labourer
                              __________

   2. Allister, John, salesman
   4. McFadden, Wm., carpenter
   6. Kennedy, J., fitter
   8. Molyneux, Wm., labourer
 10. McKay, David, van driver
 12. Muir, J., labourer
 14. Donnelly, T., labourer
 16. Hicks, Mrs.
 18. Magill, William, labourer
 20. Vacant
 22. Walker, Duncan, labourer
 24. McQuoid, Mrs. Jane
 26. Kirkpatrick, A., fireman (Kilpatrick, Andrew, fireman in 1890)
 28. Molloy, Andrew, labourer
 30. Cardwell, J., painter

NORFOLK STREET
off Falls Road

   1. McWilliams, W. J., hackle maker
   3. Yard
   5. McAllister, John
   7. Twigg, William
   9. Corrigan, W. J., mechanic
 11. Gourley, John, flax dresser
 13. Finlay, Thomas, mechanic
 15. Hamill, John
 17. Hamill, Edward
 19. Muldoon, Mrs.
 21. McLaughlin, Robert
23, 25. Vacant
 27. Lyons, Dennis
 29. Bloomer, John
 31. Quinn, Sarah
 33. Hughes, Charles
 35. Kearney, James, labourer
 37. Vacant
 39. Wylie, W., boot maker
 41. Gilmore, Andrew
 43. Russell, Mrs.
 45. Currie, Daniel
 47. Rafferty, Owen
 49. Gelston, Miss
 51. Magee, Mrs.
 53. Fagan, Terence, labourer
 55. Mullan, T., labourer
 57. Wasson, Mrs.
 59. Clark, Thomas
 61. Vacant
 63. Hughes, John
 65. Coulter, Peter, labourer (Coulton, Peter, car owner in 1890)
                              __________

 10. McCann, Patrick
 12. O'Neill, Adam
 14. Kerrigan, David, labourer (Corrigan, David, mechanic in 1890)
 16. Walsh, James, shoe maker (Welch, James, shoe maker in 1890)
 18. Hamill, Mrs.
 20. Kerrigan, M., moulder (Corrigan, Michael, labourer in 1890)
 22. McClusky, John, hackler
 24. Craig, John, butcher
26 to 38. Vacant
 40. Smyth, Edward, rougher
 42. Curtis, John
 44. Coulter, John
 46. Connery, J., flax dresser
 48. Kearney, Mrs.
 50. McCoy, Mrs.
 52. Steenson, Mrs.
 54. Craney, Edward
 58. Madden, Peter, labourer
 60. Malcolmson, A., labourer
 62. O'Reilly, James
 64. Cairns, Joseph, labourer (Kearns, Joseph in 1890)
 66. Mallon, P., flax dresser
 68. Campbell, M.
 70. Parker, Mrs.
 72. Brennen, M., labourer
 74. Darragh, Henry
 76. Savage, Hugh, shoe maker
 78. Smith, John

NORMAN STREET
Meadow Street to Brougham Street

   1. Boyd, Thomas, clerk
   3. Beattie, James, fitter
   5. Gillis, A., ship carpenter
..........Spencer Street intersects
   7. Boyd, Wm., shipwright
   9. Carlisle, C., sail maker
 11. Breslin, Patrick, sailor
                              __________

   2. Harvey, Charles, carpenter
   4. McCreight, R., engine fitter
   6. Hutchinson, J., blacksmith

NORTH CIRCULAR ROAD
off Chichester Avenue

   1. Greer, S., carpenter
   2. Logan, J., van driver
   3. Ross, John, coachman
   4. Gill, E., coachman
   5. Hoey, Wm., coachman
   6. Dunbar, H., R.I.C.
   7. Douglas, John, coachman
   8. Rooney, P., coachman
   9. Kyle, Robt., coachman
 10. Snodden, Wm., labourer
 11. Nesbitt, Wm., labourer

NORTH PARADE
Ormeau Road to Ravenhill Road

   1. Pyper, James, Ormeau Intermediate and Commercial Academy
   3. Vacant
   5. Hill, George
   7. Stewart, Robert, linen and handkerchief manufacturer
                                Ernestville
   1. Stewart, Charles P., shirt and collar manufacturer
   2. Mullen, P., manufacturers' agent
                           Cremorne Villas
   1. Ferguson, H., Probate Office
   2. McMillen, David S., sec. J. Arnott & Co. Ltd.
                                Heathcott
       Thompson, John, agent
                               __________

                               New Terrace
 1a. Jacques, John, draper
   1. Clarke, J. S., linen manufacturer
   2. McCherry, Thomas
   3. Long, R. S.
   4. Pelan, George, chartered accountant and notary public
   5. Taylor, Ernest E., artist
   6. Killaway, Jno., Customs
                          Washington Terrace
   1. McKee, Hugh A.
   2. Morton, Wm., life assurance manager
   3. Graham, Mrs.
   4. Finnan, D. K., Customs

NORTH QUEEN STREET
off Wylie Street

       a few small houses

NORTH STREET
Bridge Street to Peter's Hill

                              [right hand side]
1, 3. Belfast Bank Chambers
       Malcolm, John, chartered accountant and estate agent
       Crymble, S. G., solicitor
       Seeds, R., insurance agent
       Moncreiff, J. A., District Manager of Assurance Companies
    5. Maginnis, P., boot and shoe manufacturer (McGuiness, P., boot & shoe merchant in 1890)
    7. Vacant
    9. Maginnis, P., boot and shoe manufacturer (McGuiness, P., boot & shoe merchant in 1890)
  11. Adams, John, Glass and Colour Merchants
  13. Beverland, R. & D., boot manufacturers
  15. Maguire, Andrew, Depot for Irish Made Goods; Residence, 20 Cromwell Road
17, 23. Vacant
  25. Bell, W. H., & Co., pharmaceutical chemists and druggists
  27. Karlisle & Co., waterproofers
  29. Carlisle, J. R., & Wilson, glass, paint, oil, and colour merchants; leaded light manufacturers, glass stainers & embossers
 31. The People's Boot Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
 33. Campbell & Gibson, Brush Manufacturers
 35. Vacant
 37. Tyler, John, & Sons, boot and shoe manufacturers
39, 41, 43. Alhambra Theatre of Varieties - W. J. Ashcroft, Proprietor
45, 47. Dobbin & Co. Ltd., grocers, druggists, and general merchants
  49. Cushley, C., provision curer
  51. Fryer, T., boot maker
  53. Fryer, T. H., bazaar
55, 57. Carter, J., china merchant
  59. Morgan Bros., fruit salesmen
  61. Reid & Co., boot manufacturers
  63. McConnell, S., merchant tailor
  65. Nelson, A., draper
..........Church Street intersects
  67. Johnston, Chas., hatter
  69. Clark, James, Hosier and Draper
  71. Birney, Edward, boot, shoe, boot top, legging, and clog manufacturer; leather and hide merchant; boot and shoe repairing factory, Church Street; res., Park Lodge, Antrim Road
  75. Anderson, Joseph, importer of Indian and China teas; wholesale and family grocer
77 and 103. Royal Avenue, Green, Forster & Co. Ltd., Tea and Coffee Merchants; Wholesale and Family Grocers
..........Royal Avenue intersects
  87. Connolly, J. J., publican
  89. Henry, John, watch maker and jeweller
  91. Kerr, John, boot shop
  93. Maypole Dairy Company
95, 97. Griffiths, Miss M., haberdasher
  99. Brown, Miss J., boot shop
101. Frazier, Miss M. A., leather warehouse (Frazer in 1890)
103, 105. Smyth, Wm., provision curer
107. Cornhill Cloth Company (Boyd Bros., C'hill Cloth Co. in 1890)
109. Craig, J. R., & Co., drapers
111. Mitchell, A., shop fitter
113. Beck, F. E., physician, surgeon and apothecary
115. Gallagher, J., leather store
117. Gardner, R., confectioner
119. Glover, W. J., tobacconist
121. Boylan, P., flesher
123. Thompson, T., draper
125. McSpadden, S., shop fitter
127. Young, Mrs. R., leather merchant
129. Bradley, D., publican
..........Union Street intersects
131, 133. Smyth, T., publican
135. Robinson, A. T., provision curer
137. Matthews, Bros., tea and coffee importers
139, 141. Irwin, W., general draper and hosier
143. Turtle, S., tea trade
145. Herald, Harper, & Co., confectioners
147, 149. Ross, A., butcher
151. Barr & Truesdale, tea merchants
153. Pyper, Hugh, provision curer
153. Havlen, J., confectioner (Havlin in 1890)
155, 161. Reid, Alexander Orr, & Co., drapers and outfitters
163, 165. Vacant
167. McKeown, Hugh, leather and green hide merchant; boot and shoe factor
169. Corr, J., & Co., grocers
171. Vacant
173. Cunningham, F., hairdresser
175. Rooney, J., butcher
177. Imperial Tea Company
179. Rooney, J., butcher
181, 183. Lilly, J., pawn broker
                              __________

                            [left hand side]
   2. Stag's Head - John Donnelly, wine and spirit merchant, proprietor
       Houses in course of erection
18, 20. Haslett, J. & J., chemists and druggists
       Houses in course of erection
 26. Luke, W. J., provision curer
 28. McGiffin, R., tea merchant
 30. Jameson, Jane, draper
32, 34. Reid & Kyle, iron merchants
 36. Beringer, Joseph, watch and clock maker
38, 40. Hume, Joseph, boot manufacturer
 42. Campbell, Samuel, whip manufacturer
 44. Dreyer, S., tobacconist
 46. Carmichael, J., hat manufacturer
46. Savage, T., hairdresser
 48. Vacant
 50. Tainsh, Mrs. M., drapery
 52. Bentham & Jarvis, Supper Bar
 54. McKibben, John, & Son, Wine Merchants
 56. Forte, Carmene, ice cream shop
 58. Torbett, J., wine merchant (Torbitt in 1890)
 60. Douglas, H., shoe merchant
 62. McChesney, J., watch maker and jeweller
..........Garfield Street intersects
 68. Deer's Head - J. Donnelly, Wine and Spirit Merchant, Proprietor
 70. London, H., clothier
 72. Morrison Bros., brush, trunk and portmanteau manufacturers
 74. McConnell, J. & J., watch makers and jewellers
 76. Criterion Cloth Company
 78. Graham, Wm., umbrella and walking stick manufacturer
 80. Connolly, P., White Cross Inn
 82. Central Arcade Boot Co.
84, 86. Erskine, John, hat & cap manufacturer
 88. Donaldson, G., ticket writer
 90. Turner, J., & Co., fruiterers
92, 94. Bourke, W. J., clothier
 96. Boothman's boot shop
 98. Blakley, T., hatter (Bleakley, M., hat and cap manufacturer in 1890)
100. Shortsinger, E., jeweller
102. Murtagh, T., Publican
..........Royal Avenue intersects
124. Potts & Houston, iron merchants
126, 150. Houses demolished
152. Maguire, G., publican
..........Winetavern Street intersects
        House in course of erection
156, 158. Kelly, J., publican
160. Bell, Mrs. E., Publican
162. Vacant
164. McBride, Robert, soap and candle manufacturer
166. McClelland, T. B., provision curer
168. McDowell, J., saddler
170, 172. Blair, R., fancy warehouse
176, 178. Vacant
180. McCloskey, Henry, confectioner
182. Newell, Mrs., provision store
184. Kennedy, Mrs., publican
186. Benson, Wm., shoe maker
188. Rooney, J., butcher
190. Stanton, James, butcher
192. Delaney, F., confectioner
194, 196. Hodgeson, E., publican (Hudson, E., publican in 1890)
198. Robinson, J., butcher
198. Robb, K., timber & slate merchant
200. McGlade, F., publican
202. Blair, J. A., grocer
204. Brown, John, chemist and druggist

NORTHLAND STREET
Wilton Street to Canmore Street

   1. Graham, R., brick layer
   3. Kelly, John, labourer
   5. Harris, Saml., labourer
   7. Stewart, Robt., driver
   9. Dowling, Samuel, labourer
 11. McRoberts, Jno., labourer
 13. Courtney, Jane
 15. Ferguson, Mary J.
 17. McKay, Jas., labourer
 19. Kinning, John, carter
 21. Flood, Mrs.
 23. Vacant
                              __________

   2. Ross, Thos., labourer
   4. Murray, James, clerk
   6. Smith, Mary A.
   8. Patterson, H., labourer
 10. Smith, Sarah
 12. Patterson, Mrs.
14, 16. Vacant
 18. Clarke, Wm., labourer
 20. Herds, Wm., labourer
 22. McChesney, Mrs.
 24. Percy, Hugh, moulder
 26. Vacant

NORTHUMBERLAND STREET
Shankill Road to Falls Road

    1. Side door
   3. McBride, Wm., car driver
    5. Bailie, R. J., lamp lighter
    7. Beattie, Mrs.
    9. Gray, William
  11. Watson, Hugh, labourer
  13. Geddis, W. F., mechanic
  15. Boland, R., labourer (Boreland, Robert, labourer in 1890)
  17. McWhirter, Miss
  19. Bryans, W., labourer
  21. Lyttle, Mrs.
  23. Ash, Samuel, carter
  25. McFall, Thomas, labourer
  27. Lindsay, James, carter
  29. Stewart, Thomas, carter
...........Craig's Terrace intersects
  31. Curran, James, labourer
  33. Hedley, R., linen lapper (Headley, Robert in 1890)
  37. (35) Takins, W., labourer (35. Seaken, William, labourer in 1890)
  37. Kinkaid, T., labourer (Kinkead, Thomas in 1890)
..........Linen Street intersects
  39. Thompson, Thos., grocer
  41. Johnston, Miss
  43. McClelland, Jno., moulder
  45. White, Mrs.
  47. Jones, James, labourer
  49. Rodgers, Thomas, turner
  51. Kirk, John, plasterer
  53. Morrow, Miss
  55. Dempster, John, labourer
  57. Williamson, George
  59. Gilfilan, Mrs. (Gilfillan, Rachael in 1890)
  61. Magill, John
  63. McClelland, Geo., tailor
  65. Knight, Robert, mechanic
  67. Templeton, R., yarn dresser
  69. Burns, H. E., clerk
  71. Brannigan, H., lamp lighter
  73. Barrett, George, labourer
  75. Robinson, W., compositor
  77. Logan, Saml., mechanic
  79. Hunter, Robert
  81. Dixon, Mrs. (Dickson, Abram, store keeper in 1890)
  83. Willis, Robert, fitter
  85. Brown, John, labourer
  87. Bowman, David, dealer
  89. Smith, Albert, tinsmith
..........Luke Street intersects
  91. Harrison, Mrs.
  93. Templeton, H., labourer
  95. Dalton, Wm., shipwright
  97. Wilson, James, labourer
  99. Turner, Margt., winder
101. Dickson, James, overseer
103. Fenning, G., carpenter
105. Ireton, Mrs.
107. O'Hara, Mrs.
109. Martin, Mrs.
111. Johnston, T., yarn dresser
113. Turkington, P., tenter
115. McAllister, Mrs.
117. Clements, J., brick layer
119. Hunter, G., cloth passer
121. Robinson, Hugh, reeling master
123. Clements, W. J., engine driver
                              __________

    2. Side door
    4. Johnston, R., overlooker
    6. Whiteside, A., plasterer
    8. McCourt, Wm. J., spindle turner
  10. McCracken, J., labourer
  12. Kennedy, D., carpenter
  14. Angus, James, grocer's assistant
..........Troon Court intersects
  16. Stewart, John, carrier
18, 20. Hunter & Co., spirit grocers
        Northumberland Street National School - W. McIlroy, principal
  22. Armstrong, A., joiner
  24. Freeland, Charles, mechanic
  26. Dunbar, Joseph
  28. Vance, S., salesman
  30. Coleman, John, engineer
  32. McMurray, T., sail maker
  34. McLean, John, cart, van and smith works (McClean, John, coach builder in 1890)
  36. McCullough, Wm., moulder
  38. Trimble, J., cabinet maker
  40. Millar, W. J., linen lapper
  42. Trimble, T., reeling master
  44. Mettrick, T., mechanic (Metrick in 1890)
  46. McClarnon, John
  48. Chambers, J., shirt cutter
  50. Moore, S., coal merchant
  52. Clarke, M., dress maker
  54. Moore, Henry, dentist
  56. Steen, J., spinning master
..........Cumberland Street intersects
        St. Luke's Church - Rev. W. F. Garstin, minister; residence, 1 Brookhill Avenue
..........Warkworth Street intersects
  58. Allen, Daniel, grocer
  60. McDonald, Thos., porter
  62. Mullin, W., collar cutter
  64. Anderson, G., porter
  66. Smylie, James, mechanic
  68. Bunting, J., cloth passer
  70. Alexander, Robert, grocer
  72. Magee, Gideon, painter
  74. McGlade, D., linen lapper
  76. Hogg, J., boiler maker
  78. Stewart, Mrs.
  80. Rosbotham, T., tailor
  82. McMullan, Jos., fireman
  84. Vacant
  86. Dickson, A., yarn dresser
  88. Kernaghan, Edw., painter
  90. Drennan, Wm., miller
  92. Cole, Joseph, watch maker
  94. Taylor, Jos., mechanic
  96. Gibson, Jane, machinist
  98. Neill, James, baker
100. Fleming, Wm., holder up
102. Wilson, Mrs.
104. Orr, I., house keeper
106. McCullough, Jane

NORTON STREET
Off McAuley Street

   5. Gateway
   7. Dinnen, T., grocer
   9. Matchett, T., labourer
 11. Cowden, Wm., cooper
 13. Mains, Sarah
 15. Hand, Catherine
 17. Robinson, J., labourer
 19. Rainey, Wm., cooper
 21. Matchett, H., labourer
 23. Reynolds, Margaret
                              __________

2, 4. Side doors
   6. Thompson, Ann
   8. Beggs, Wm., labourer
 10. Johnston, J., whitesmith
 12. Irvine, Jno., labourer
 14. Matchett, W. H., fish dealer
 16. Hatton, R., labourer
 18. McQuaid, Jno., labourer
 20. Magee, Catherine
 22. McConnell, J., saw sharper
 24. McMullan, H., labourer
 26. Maze, John
 28. Johnston, T., labourer
 30. Patterson, J., labourer
 32. McKay, J., pipe maker
 34. Morrison, S., labourer
 36. Kane, James, labourer
 38. Bradley, P., labourer

NORWOOD STREET
Windsor Street to Albion Street

2, 4. Mortimer, J. C., fancy box maker
   2. Pedlow, W. E., grocer and provision merchant
   4. Brown, Mrs.
   6. Larmour, Margaret, fancy box maker
   8. Mairs, D., pastry baker
 10. Brown, David, labourer
 12. Cooper, J., cabinet maker
 14. McConnell, Margaret
 16. Lammie, Mrs. (Lamil, Miss in 1890) (Lommie, Mrs., widow in 1880)
 18. Patterson, W. J., labourer
 20. Bell, R., pattern maker
 22. Morrison, W., head porter
24, 26. Vacant
 28. Byers, Thomas, porter
 30. Prenter, John, porter
 32. Vacant
 34. Rea, Jos., labourer
 36. Clugston, J., coachman
 38. Gillard, R. J., R.I.C.
 40. Forbes, Rachel (Foster, Rachael in 1890)
 42. Vacant
 44. McMullan, J., labourer
 46. Kinning, J., engine driver
 48. Fee, David, labourer
                               __________

   9. Trainor, B., van man
 11. Drennan, Wm., labourer
 13. Edwards, T., labourer
 15. Barker, Wm., carpenter
 17. McGrann, James, guard (Megran, James, guard in 1890)
 19. McCorry, John, tenter
 21. Daly, Margaret
 23. Martin, J., linen lapper
 25. McLarnon, W. J., labourer (McClernon, W. J., labourer in 1890)
 27. Hull, John, fitter
 29. Millar, Joshua, R.I.C.
 31. Watson, W. G., plumber and gas fitter
 33. Wallace, W. S., postman
 35. McMinn, A., coach painter
 37. Maloney, J., basket maker
 39. Caul, Wm., stone cutter
 41. Orr, James, carter
 43. Doak, Mary
 45. Laverty, Margaret
 47. Beattie, Jno., linen lapper
 49. Anderson, John, carter
 51. Orr, Jos., compositor
 53. Boyd, Rose Anna
 55. Campbell, H., manager
 57. Wilridge, W. H., painter
 59. Vacant
 61. McQuiston, Mrs.
 63. Davidson, R., brick layer

NOTTING HILL
off Malone Road

       Clarke, Mrs
       Gunning, F. P., J.P., linen manufacturer
       Robson, John, jun.
       Workman, Wm., stock and share broker
       Greer, Elizabeth
                        Notting Hill House
       Connor, Chas. Cunningham, J.P., M.P., linen manufacturer