Left Side From High Street
Wilson Mrs. L. E., Cathedral Restaurant
Jackson John & Sons, coal merchants
Thompson Mrs. E. L., College private hotel
Johnson William, wood carver
Royal Liver Friendly Society; J. H. Walton, District Agent
St. Michael’s Church – Rev. Richard Thursfield, M.A., Rector
Here Is An Entrance To Lich Street
Teague William, boot maker
James Walter, bedesman at Cathedral
Allen Alfred William, labourer
Hobday James Burgess, wire worker
Wright George & Sons, Ltd., dyers, &c.
Howell John, cycle maker
Bird Mrs. Emily, Cathedral Vaults
& 16. Large George, tobacconist, newsagent, and basket manufacturer
Hobday Mrs. Louisa, milliner
Hobday Edwd., saddler & harness maker
Mosdell Thomas M., tailor
Healey James, Talbot Inn
& 22. Peach Henry, boot and shoe manufacturer and chiropodist
Ross William Geo., picture frame maker
Ye Caxton’s Head –Humphreys Evan G., bookseller, stationer, bookbinder, and printer (see advt.)
Here Is Sidbury
Willis J. F., Ltd., wholesale shoe & leather manufacturers – E. Hardman, Sec.
26.Veare Arthur Henry and Son, cabinet makers (See advt.)
Wyatt William, journeyman tailor
Underhill Mrs. Geo., dealer in antiques
Hunt Mrs. Priscilla, registry office
Brown John, fried fish shop
Minchin Miss E. J., sweet shop
Here Are College Precincts; Also College Yard, & The North (Main) Entrance To The Cathedral
Pillar Letter Box – cleared at 8.40, 10.15, 11.20 a.m., 12.20, 2.20, 4.15, 5.50, 6.25, 7.30. 8.40, and 11.45 on p.m. week-days, and at 6.5 and 7.25 p.m. on Sundays.
Here Is Palace Yard; Also High St.
Source: Littlebury’s Directory of Worcester & District. Tenth Edition. Printed and Published by Littlebury & Company, The Worcester Press, Worcester. 1905.