Carrickfergus, County Antrim

From the Belfast and Ulster Towns Directory for 1910

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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

Bank—Branch of the Northern Banking Co., Ltd.—Isaac Graham, manager; R. M. Allen, cashier
Albert Road School—Henry England, principal; Miss Mary Smith and Miss Catherwood
Aldoo National School—J. Patton, principal; Miss Hagan, assistant
Barn Mills National School, Scotch Quarter—J. B. Baillie, principal; Miss M. M'Cullough and Miss Ferguson, assistants
Bellahill Female National School—Miss Connor, principal
Ladies' Collegiate Schools, Joymount parade—The Misses Douglas, principals
Commons National School—Geo. K. Charters; Mrs. Charters, workmistress
Eden Female National School—Miss Carnaghan, principal; Miss Stocker and Miss Mary Campbell, assistants
Joymount National School—R. Logan, principal; Miss M. Barr and Miss A. Beattie, assistants
Knockagh National School—Samuel Taylor
Loughmorne National School—W. J. Barry
Minorca Place National School—Male, Jos. Savage, B.A., principal; Joseph Allen, assistant. Female, Miss Cahill, principal; Miss O'Gorman and Miss Kelly, assistants
Model Schools, Belfast road—Boys' department—David Jack, principal; A. A. Moore, assistant. Girls' department—Miss Naismith, principal; infants' department, Miss M. Neill, Rhanbuoy park, principal
Parochial National Schools, Lancasterian st—Edward Campbell, principal; infants, Miss M'Conkey
Sullatober National School—J. S. M'Kee, principal; Miss M. Cowan, assistant
Town Court—First and third Tuesday each month, at 10-30—David Law, clerk
Troopers' Lane National School—Miss Mitchell, principal; Miss Smyth, assistant
Woodburn National Schools—No. 1, S. V. Sterling, principal; Miss M'Cullough, workmistress; No. 2, Miss M. Stevenson
Petty Sessions, held first and third Tuesday of each month at 11 o'clock—James Boyd, petty sessions clerk
Newspaper—"Carrickfergus Advertiser and East Antrim Gazette," published every Friday morning—Proprietor, James Bell, High street
Young Men's Christian Association, Carlton house, Market place—F. W. A. M'Cormac, secretary
Town Hall—James Boyd, town clerk
Antrim Artillery Militia (Southern Division R.A.)—Headquarters, Old Courthouse—Major R. M. Hill, acting adjutant; A. Forsyth (W.O.), sergeant-major
Army Ordnance Department—Captain E. L. F. James, A.O.C., officer in charge
Coastguard Station, Belfast road—Commander G. Dawes, R.N., inspecting officer for district; J. Crown, chief officer of station
Constabulary Station, High st.—W. Young, head-constable
Telephone Call Offices—Jenkins, M., Albert road; and J. Bell, High street
Temperance Cafe (Young Men's Christian Association), Carlton house, Market pl.
Y.M.C.A. Lecture Hall—Extension opened by Colonel James Craig, August, 1908
Albert Hall—Connected with First Presbyterian Church
Barn Mills Reading and Billiard Rooms
Independent Hall—Connected with Independent Church
I.O.G.T. Hall—Good Templars, Rechabites, and Oddfellows, and Carrickfergus Brass-Band; bandmaster, Mr. Jos. Matthews; secretary, David Todd, West street
Technical Institute, High street—William Jameson, principal
Orange Hall, Lancasterian street
Carrickfergus District Nursing Society—Mrs. Johns, Joymount, hon. secretary
Joymount Lecture Hall—Connected with Second Presbyterian Church
Working Men's Rooms, Governor's place; established 1891—Papers, bagatelle, and darts; Captain, Robert Campbell; secretary, Alex. Ross; treasurer, Alex. Young; president, C. M. Legg, Esq.; vice-presidents, Captain Robt. Shaw and Mr. Thomas Vint, J.P.
Working Men's Reading Room, Lancasterian street—Connected with St. Nicholas Parish Church
St. Patrick's Masonic Hall, Victoria street

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