328 Gallowgate, Glasgow G4 0TX. Demolished.
The Carnmore. 1930s.
This was originally the Hielan Jessie tavern. To read more on this popular Gallowgate pub click here.
Landlord Mr John McGuire. 1892.
Other names this old pub’s had in the past was the Star Bar, the Old Barrack Vaults, Hielan Jessie Tavern, and the Mone Inn, owned by Arthur Mone, he also owned a pub on 485 Govan Road and 75 Main Street, Bridgeton.
The wedding day of Dr Arthur Mone to Miss M Curran. 1958. Left to right Dr Arthur Mone, Miss Curran, Dr Gerald Mone and Arthur Mone Sen. The wedding took place at Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Cardonald, the wedding ceremony was performed by Arthur’s brother the Rev. John Mone. Dr A J Mone was a director of the Clyde F. C. and a doctor to the team.
This photograph was taken at the wedding of Mr John E Lynas and Miss Kathleen Mone daughter of Mr & Mrs Arthur Mone in 1945.The wedding took place at the Holy Cross Church, Crosshill and was conducted by Father Gerard Dunn, Kirkintilloch, the uncle of the bride. Nuptial Mass was celebrated and the Papal blessing was afterwards conveyed to the bride and groom.
The bride wore a dress of white chiffon velvet, with long flowering veil, and she carried sheaf of white lilies. Three bridesmaids were in attendance, Miss Philomena Mone (sister of the bride); Miss Rosemary McCabe (cousin); and Miss Maureen Travers. Three little cousins of the bride, Frances, Catherine and Edward Dunn, acted as trainbearers. The bridesmaids were attired in rose pink with floral headdresses, their bouquets consisting of anemones. Mr Joseph Lynas a brother of the groom was best man.
Following the ceremony a reception was held in the Grosvenor Restaurant, Gordon Street.Over two hundred guests attended. A large number of clergy were amongst the guests and a large contingent of friends had made the journey from Ireland to do honour to the occasion. Mr & Mrs Arthur Mone received, and Father Gerard Dunn, who presided at the wedding repast, proposed the health of the newly wedded couple, the bridegroom’s acknowledgment being heartily applauded. The toast of the bridesmaids was given in felicitous terms by Dr. Aloysius Dunn, Mr Joseph Lynas replying. Father Peter Boland, M.R., proposed the toast of the bride’s parents.
Mr Arthur Mone responding. A like compliment was paid to the Lynas family by Father Thomas McGhie and was acknowledged by Dr Edward Lynas. Mr John McMahon, J.P., toasted “The Clergy,” Canon Mullins, M.R., replying and others who spoke included Dr. Joseph Dunn, Father Gerard McDade and Mr Cedric Hale.
Following the reception the guests were entertained at the Plaza and at the Alhambra Theatre. The guests included a large number of personalities in the trade and sporting life of Glasgow., the Licensed Trade and the medical profession being well represented. Amongst those present were :- The very Rev. Canon Mullins, Canon Galbraith, M.C., Fathers Boland, Boyce, Conway, Earley, Healy, Hill, Kilcoyne, McCranor, McDade, McEwan, McGhie, Noon, O’Leary, Sheridan and the Rev. Dr Treanor; Bailie J. Carmichael and Bailie Mrs A Cullen; Dr Aloysius Dunn, Dr John Dunn, Dr Joseph Dunn, Dr T Kivilichan, Dr Edward Lynas, Dr James McCusker, Dr J Scanlon.
Arthur Mone incidentally was a medical student in Glasgow and took a keen interest in Irish organisation’s. Amongst his many interests were the licensed premises at 485 Govan Road, formerly called “The Grand Central Bar”. In 1920 he contested Dalmarnock Ward at the municipal elections and succeeded in polling over 3000 voters.
To read more on the pubs on the Gallowgate read up & Doon the Gallowgate by John Gorevan. A copy can be bought for a few pounds at the Hielan Jessie on the Gallowgate or contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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