[from Porter's Directory 1889]
St. PaulsRev. George Paton, M.A., vicar ; Rev. John Kewley, B.A., curate. Services : Sundays, 8 and 11 a.m., and 6 30 p.m. ; daily at 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. ; Wednesdays and Fridays, 12 noon and 8 p.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. and 2 30 p.m.
St. OlavesRev. Wm. Morris, M.A., vicar ; Rev. Alfred S. Newton, B.A., curate. Services : Sundays, 11 a.m. and 6 30 p.m. ; Wednesdays at 7 p.m.
Wesleyan Chapel, Waterloo RoadMinisters, Revs. James Hothersall and Josiah Harlow. Services, Sunday 11 a.m. and 6 30 p.m.; Wednesdays 7 30 p.m.
Roman Catholic ChurchThe Very Rev. Dean Gillow. Services: Sundays, 10 30 a.m. and 6 30 p.m. ; daily at 8 a.m.
Trinity Presbyterian ChurchRev. Wm. Atherton Cathcart, minister. Services : Sundays, 11 a.m. and 3 30 p.m. ; daily at 7 30 p.m. Mission Services on Fridays in the Shipyard Sunday School.
Primitive MethodistRev. Robert Ayres, minister.
Methodist New ConnexionOld Bethel, Parliament street.
John C. La Mothe.
Robert Cowley, chairman ; James Teare, vice-chairman ; Thomas Teare, John Rotert Kerruish, Arthur Cowle Kayll, Wm. Brew and Thomas Philip Christian.
Out-door OverseerJohn James Kissack.
V. Laughlin, chairman ; John Bridson, John Criggal, Wm. Corkill, Edward Gawne, John Spanton and Henry Kissack.
Grammar School, Waterloo RoadRev. A. S. Newton, B.A., London University, head master.
National Schools, Church StreetRev. J. Kewley, M.A., hon. sec. Between 400 and 500 children. Boys: Head master, W. L. Wild ; assistants, F. Mills, P. II. Fargher and J. E. Halsall. Girls: Head mistress, A. S. Udall ; assistants, E. A. Gale, M. A. Cannell and M. A. Forsythe.
Infants (Old Cross) : Head mistress, J. O. Simpkin ; assistants, E. Cummock, L. Kneale and J. E. Mills.
St. Pauls Schools Wm. Lawton Wild, head master ; Miss Udall, girls; Mrs. Simkins, infants.
Wesleyan Schools, Albert RoadJames Ritson, head master ; Miss K. Clague, girls.
InspectorJohn Cannell ; John William Moore, William
Caley, William Walter Quayle, and Richard Henry Kinvig.
Rural do.William Radcliffe, Andreas ; John Corlett, Lezayre.
SuperintendentJ. H. Morton.
Out-door OfficersGeorge S. Farrington and Wm. Looney.
OFFICE, PARLIAMENT STREET.
Sub-PostmistressM. A. Hampton, 1878.
Sorting and Telegraph ClerksT. W. Kelly, G. H. Ellison and I. J Hampton. Three Boy Messengers.
Letter CarriersAlfred Miller and A. Cubbon, P. M. Corlett and J. Christian. AuxiliaryJ. W. Kerruish.
Rural MessengersJ. M. Burns, The Dhoon ; W. J. Kerruish, Jurby ; T. H. Cannan, Andreas; Henry Yaldren, Bride ; Henry Kelly, Maughold.
Letter Boxes.Market place, Sandy road, Old Cross, May hill, Milntown, The Craige (Andreas), Ballure road, Promenade, Thornhill, Queens pier, Shore road, Lhen, Leighany bridge, Ballacrebbin, Waterloo road, North Ramsey, Riversdale.
Station MasterRobert Lord
Harbour MasterThomas Bryden.
First OfficerRev. John Kewley, M.A., with 25 enrolled members. Rocket Stores, on the Quay. Exercise in first month of each quarter. Inspection in 1st month of the quarter. Signal for service, two guns in rapid succession.
LODGE No. 1075.
meets at the Masonic Buildings, Water Street. A new suite of rooms have recently been erected, and when completely furnished will be the finest in the Island. John Craine, W.M., W. C. Spencer, S.W., W. Taubman, J.W., A. Kitto, Secretary.
"MONA ALLIANCE," LODGE No. 49.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m., at the Lodge Room, Strand Street.
Secretary, P. H Fargher, Ballure Mount.
" MONA FELLOWSHIP " TENT No. 912.
Meets in Girls Schoolroom, Church Street, every alternate Tuesday at 8 p.m. Secretary, Charles Wattleworth, May Hill.
LOYAL " GOOD ANCHORAGE," LODGE No. 1776.
Meets in Girls Schoolroom, Church Street, every alternate Wednesday at 8 p.m. Secretary, G. F. Mills, Market Place.
COURT " ALBERT TOWER," No. 6630.
Meets in Quayles Temperance Hall, Albert Street, every alternate Tuesday at 8 p.m. Secretary, J. B. Fergusson, Albert Road.