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Emigration Agents, Co. Tyrone, 1889

Advertisements of interest to prospective emigrants to North America extracted from the Tyrone Constitution, Omagh, January 18, 1889
Transcribed, Compiled and Submitted by
Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia
len_swindley[at]hotmail.com

 

AMERICAN LINE

UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS

LIVERPOOL to PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, BOSTON or BALTIMORE

Every Wednesday calling at Queenstown Thursdays

First-class, full-powered Iron Steamships

The only TRANS-ATLANTIC LINE sailing under the UNITED STATES FLAG. Accommodation for all classes of passengers, equal to any European Steamship Line

Intermediate Passage, £6.0.0

Passengers and goods landed at Philadelphia on the wharf of the PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD COMPANY, which has the shortest and most direct route to all places in the Western States.

For further particulars apply to RICHARDSON, SPENCE and CO., 19 and 23 Water Street [Liverpool].

LOCAL AGENTS:

OMAGH

James Elliott

OMAGH

D. Hackett

STRABANE

E?.T Turbitt or William Divine

GORTIN

Jno. McCullagh

CASTLEDERG

Gilbert McHugh

FINTONA

Agnes Donnelly

FIVEMILETOWN

Samuel Whitley

POMEROY

Peter McGuone

DUNGANNON

Patrick Flannigan

AUGHNACLOY

J. Graham or J.H. Phillips

EDEN, PLUMBRIDGE

A. Duncan

DROMORE

A. McFeeters, Stationmaster

DUNGANNON

C. McElhone, 42 Irish Street



INMAN LINE

ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS TO NEW YORK

INMAN & INTERNATIONAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED

From LIVERPOOL every WEDNESDAY. Calling at Queenstown every Thursday.

Moderate Saloon and Second Class Fares. Steerage Fare as low as by any other First Class Line

Through Bookings to any part of the STATES or CANADA, including Manitoba and North and South West Territory.

Apply to RICHARDSON, SPENCE & Co., 22 Water Street, Liverpool; or

OMAGH

John G. R. Porter

Royal Arms Hotel

SIXMILECROSS

R. H. Anderson

General Merchant

SIXMILECROSS

John McFarland

Draper

POMEROY

Francis McGurk

 

DUNGANNON

Patrick Flanagan

35 Scotch Street

DUNGANNON

Mrs. Cath. McElhone

42 Irish Street

COOKSTOWN

Michael Quin

13 James Street, Loy

STEWARTSTOWN

Robert Woods

Merchant

NEWTOWNSTEWART

Jas. Arbuckle

General Draper

NEWTOWNSTEWART

George Marks

Petty Sessions Office

STRABANE

William Mitchell

Jeweller

STRABANE

R. A. C. Jenkins

Castle Street

CASTLEDERG

Henry H. Woods

Draper

DROMORE (Tyrone)

Thomas Alexander

 

 



 

ALLAN LINE

ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS

To UNITED STATES AND CANADA from Londonderry

Rates of Ocean Passage:

Cabin, 10 to 18 guineas: Intermediate £6. 6s: Steerage at Lowest Rates

Through tickets at special rates to Chicago, St. Paul (Minn.), Winnipeg (Manitoba), North-West Territory, British Columbia, and to all points in the Western States and Canada.

To TOURISTS, SPORTSMEN, and others – Round Trip Tickets combining Excursions to Niagara Falls and other places of interest in United States and Canada, the wonderful scenery in the Rocky Mountains, and the Sorting Districts of British Columbia.
 

Pamphlets – Map of Manitoba and Canadian Pacific Railway; also recent issues of Pamphlets on Western States of America, &c., sent free. The Steamers of the Line also sail regularly from Londonderry to Boston and Philadelphia, carrying Passengers for all parts of New England and Southern States at special Low Rates. All Western bound passengers accompanied by a Special conductor.

REDUCED RAILWAY FARES – “Allan” Line passengers will be carried at reduced fares to Londonderry from leading stations.

For further information apply to:

LIVERPOOL

Allan Brothers & Co.

19 James Street,

LONDONDERRY

Allan Brothers & Co.

50 Foyle Street

GLASGOW

Jas. & Alexander Allan

70 Clyde Street

GALWAY

Jas. & Alexander Allan

5 Eyre Street

OMAGH

John G. E. Porter, Auctioneer

51 High Street

OMAGH

Mr. William Elliott

6 High Street

NEWTOWNSTEWART

Geo. Marks

General Agency Office

NEWTOWNSTEWART

D. P. Smyth

Commercial House

DROMORE

A. McFeeters

station-master Dromore-road

TRILLICK

James Kerr, Jun.

 

BALLYGAWLEY

J. Gervan

Stewart Arms Hotel

FINTONA

A. Donnelly

 

DUNGANNON

C. McElhone

42 Irish Street

DROMORE

John Campbell

Draper

DUNGANNON

Patrick Flanagan

35 Scotch Street

DUNGANNON

John Kerford

merchant