Peile & Nicholson Directory of Whitehaven 1864

Whitehaven

POLICE COURT AND CONSTABULARY OFFICE, SCOTCH STREET.
Chief Constable: J. DUNNE, Esq. - Head office, Carlisle.
Superintendent: Mr. John LITTLE.

WHITEHAVEN FIRE BRIGADE.
The fire brigade is now composed of the whole of the Police Force.
Superintendent: Mr. John LITTLE
Residence: Town Hall, Whitehaven.

COLLECTORS OF LOCAL RATES.
Collector of Water rate: Mr. Frederick R. LOCKE.
Collector of Lamp and Paving Rate: Mr. James ROBERTSON.
Collector of Harbour Dues: Mr. T. MASSICKS.
Collector of Poor Rate: Mr. Jas. STEELE.

LOCAL INSPECTORS.
Inspector of Cargoes - Mr. Joseph CLARKE.
Inspector of Weights and Measures - Mr. Superintendent LITTLE.
Inspector of Common Lodging Houses- Police Inspector Mr. Henry WOOD.
Inspector of Corn returns - Mr. G. F. WINDROSS.

WATERWORKS.
Mr. George BURRELL, Engineer.
Mr. F. R. LOCKE, Collector.
Mr. Thomas MASSICKS.

STREET SURVEYOR.
Mr. David STIVEN, Albion-street.

ROAD SURVEYOR.
Mr. R. PICKERING, 83 George Street.

STAMP OFFICE.
Distributor - Mr. Joseph ADAIR, draper, 68 High King Street.

TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
The Electric and International Company, Bransty. Clerk in charge: Mr. John S. BERRY.

PUBLIC BUILDINGS.
Theatre Royal, Roper Street.
Oddfellows Hall, Lowther Street.
Town Hall, Duke Street.
Temperance Hall, Senhouse Street.

WHITEHAVEN SALTWATER BATHS, WEST STRAND.
Keeper: Mrs. GOLIGHTLY.
Open every day except Sunday from 8 a.m. to ? P.m. Cold bath 6d.; warm bath ditto, 1s; cold shower bath 6d.; warm, ditto is.

WHITEHAVEN FRESH WATER BATHS, GINNS.
Keeper: Mr. William DIXON.
Open every day except Sunday. Warm bath 4d.; plunge bath, (adults) 2d.; boys under 12 years of age, 1d.

CARRIERS FROM WHITEHAVEN.
To Aspatria - Robt. BELL, from the King’s Arms, Harmless Hill, every Wednesday.

To Beckermont - John SHACKLEY, from the "Pack Horse," Lowther Street, and Joseph CARR from the "Lowther’s Arms," Market Place, two or three times a week.

To Cockermouth and Keswick - Robert WILSON, from the "Fish Inn," Market Place, Monday and Thursday.

To Cleator and Cleator Moor - Owen QUINN, from the "Pack Horse," Daily. Wm. BROWN from the "Pack Horse" daily. Francis GREY from the "Lowther Arms" Market Place, two or three times a week.

To Egremont - Peter ROBERTS, from the "Pack Horse" three times a week; John GARDNER, from the same house, Tuesday and Thursday; and Joseph SEWELL, Thursday and Saturday.

To Eskdale - Isaac RODGERS and William HARRISON, from the "Bucks Head," Market Place, every Thursday. William KITCHIN from the "Pack Horse" Thursday and occasionally oftener.

To Frizington - William FEARON and others, from the "Pack Horse," every Thursday and occasionally oftener.

To Gosforth - William PARKER, from the "Pack Horse," every Thursday and occasionally on Tuesday. Abram BROCKLEBANK, from the same place occasionally.

To Mary port - Alfred HINE, from the "Pack Horse," every Thursday.

To St. Bees - Thomas CANNON, from the "Lowther Arms," Thursday.

To Workington - Joseph BROWN, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, from the "Pack Horse" also Jon PENRICE, three times a week, from the same place.

CABS AND OMNIBUSES.
The Whitehaven Cab and General Posting Company’s Cabs attend all the trains (Bransty Station) and Steam Packets. Omnibuses run from the Globe Hotel, Golden Lion Hotel and Black Lion hotel, to and from all the trains (Bransty Station) and Steam Packets.

HOTELS.
Globe Hotel, Duke Street, proprietor, Henry MOAT.
Black Lion Hotel, Proprietor, Henry BRAITHWAITE.
Golden Lion Hotel, Market Place, proprietor, Wm. WALKER.
Albion Hotel, King Street, proprietor, Mrs. Ann TODHUNTER.
Temperance Hotel, Tangier Street, propietor, Mrs. A. NELMAN.
Baldridge’s Crown and Borough Commercial Coffee House, 17 Marlbro’ Street and 54 Strand Street, proprietor, Reuben Walmsley.

AUCTIONEERS AND APPRAISERS.
FARQUHARSON, John, Egremont.
IRVIN, James, Egremont.
JACKSON, Jas., 16 Tangier Street, Whitehaven.
KITCHIN, Porter, 17 ½ Lowther street, Whitehaven.
OWEN, Henry, 10 College Street, Whitehaven.
PITT, John, 11 King Street, Whitehaven.
WALLACE, Joseph Ritson, the Cumberland Museum, Distington.
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