Hill Street 1914 : odd!

Fred McIlroy wondered where the odd numbers of Hill Street a century ago went to. Well, just for you, here they are, from Kildare Street to Hyde Market!

Ulster Clothing Company

Allison & Co

Irwin & Co

Misses Taylor

Kinnear & Co


John Tweedie

McBride & Henning

S Connor & Sons

G Connor L.D.S.

James Hale

H Marshall

Scott & Son

George Livingston

Kennedy & Ford

O’Hagan & O’Hare

P Connolly

News Room

Petty Sessions Office

Carlingford Lough Commissioners

F Moore

Mrs Roden

Macardi & Leonardo

Y M C A Hall

Mrs Hamilton

Foster & Co

J McMahon

Rea & Ross

J J F Small & Co

H McAteer & Son

L O’Hare & Co

P Fox

Cathedral SS Patrick & Coleman

Reporter Printing Works

A MAcMillan

A Beck

J Irwin & Co

P Donnelly

S Connor & Sons

M Smith

T McGuigan

H G Woods

M Burnett

F Rigby & Co

H Collins

M Madden

H Hanratty

Frontier Sentinel


 [Back from Markets towards the Town Hall]

William Bradley

S Clarke

W Ford

B McVerry

P Mullan

Magee & Markey

Boyle Bros

J Byrne

P McGeogh

D Murtagh

A McCann

Mrs Crilley

D Ronan

J P McNally

O’Hare & O’Hagan

Mrs O’Hagan

Milestone Ltd

Hunter Moore

Parochial House

Provincial Bank

J Porter Hatton

M J Doran

Newry Telegraph Office

Yes, some towards the end there are duplicates.

But that’s enough to set the older readers talking!




Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.