Bridge Street

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Researchers should be wary of historic street locations as the streets of Ballarat and surrounds have been renumbered over the years.

Bridge Street During the Floods, 1870. Image from The Cyclopaedia of Victoria (1904).

Contents

History

Businesses and people in Bridge Street

Address known

1 Bridge Street – W. McBean, Son & Co., cabinet makers and upholsterers (<1887>)

5 Bridge Street- J. Higgins & Co., dressmakers and milliners (<1887>)

5 Bridge Street – John Higgins & Co., drapers (<1887>)

8 Bridge Street - John Henry Reed, Dispensing Chemist

14 Bridge Street - A. H. King, gunsmith and ironmonger (<1877>)

20 Bridge Street - W. J. Davey (<1909>)

22 Bridge Street – J. Dunstan, boot and shoemaker (<1887>)

23 Bridge Street – Oxbrow & Roberts, boot and shoemakers (<1887>)

24 Bridge Street - X. Gasser, watchmaker and jeweller (<1887>)

27 Bridge Street - A. E. Brown Confectioner. (<1914-1920>)

30 Bridge Street - Leonard Allan Fraser, photographer (<1900-1913)

30 Bridge Street - Fraser Studios (<1902-1914>)

30 Bridge Street - George A. Willetts, photographer (<1875-1891>)

30 Bridge Street - Cora Beatrice Willetts, photographer (<1913-1930>)

32 Bridge Street - McGibbony Brothers(<1914>)

37-39 Bridge Street - E. Steinfeld (<1876>); Steinfeld, Levinson, & Co. (<1879-1887>)

43 Bridge Street - American Club Hotel (<1882-1922.)

44 Bridge Street – James Mitchell, boot and shoemaker (<1887>)

45 Bridge Street - Epicure Small Goods (Heinz Bros. Butchers)

47 Bridge Street - Cornell & King, wholesale druggists and dispensing chemists (<1876>)

48 Bridge Street - R.R. Hodgson (<1909>)

49 Bridge Street – Imperial Clothing Co. (<1887>)

50 Bridge Street – Exhibition Boot Co. (<1887>)

57 Bridge Street - T.J. Haymes <1907-1937>

63 Bridge Street – Scott & McCallum, boot and shoemakers (<1887>)

72 Bridge Street - Oliver and Stevens' Boot Factory (<1906>)

80 Bridge Street – David J. Wheal, boot and shoemaker (<1887>)

84 Bridge Street - William Porter, bootmaker (<1898>)

86 Bridge Street – J. Doig & Co., tinsmiths (<1876>)

91 Bridge Street - Ballarat Star Dairies (<1943-1945>)


Bridge Street (cnr Peel Street) - James McKay & Sons

Bridge Street (next Messrs Biggs and Shoppee) – Mrs Alexander, baby linen and ladies’ underwear maker (<1863>)

Address unknown

A-E

John Adair & Co., drapers (<1887>)

J. K. Baird, oil and clolour man, carver, gilder and picture-frame maker (<1887>)

William Bennett, watchmaker (<1882-1887>)

Bradley and Cockburn Pty Ltd

W. J. Davey, confectioner (<1887>)

J. Davies, tent and tarpaulin maker (<1887>)

John Davis, tent and tarpaulin maker (<1887>)

Diggers' Arms, (<1862>)

James W. Eastwood, confectioner (<1997>)

Evans, Picton & Co., drapers (<1887>)

F-J

Fitzgerald Bros., drapers (<1887>)

Thomas Fitzgerald, draper (<1887>)

L. Flohm, draper (<1887>)

X. Gassir, watchmaker and jeweller (<1887>)

M. Haile, hatter (<1887>)

H. Harley, boot and shoemaker (<1887>)

R. T. Hayes, boot and shoemaker (<1887>)

Edward Higgans, draper (<1887>)

Imperial Clothing Co., tailors (<1887>)

J. Joseph, draper (<1887>)

K-M

Robert H. Kenny, photographer (<1887>)

A. Kortlangs, draper (<1887>)

Samuel Laing, boot and shoemaker (<1887>)

M. Levinson, watchmaker and jeweller (<1887>)

R. E. Lineker, tailor (<1887>)

George H. Marks (<1898>)

Cornelius Mclntyre, confectioner (<1887>)

William D. McKee, printer (<1887>)

Daniel McKenzie, confectioner (<1887>)

Melbourne Cash Drapery Co. (<1887>)

A. Miller, tailor (<1887>)

Alexander Miller, clothing manufacturer (<1887>)

The Miners' Foundry

Charles Morris, hatter (<1887>)

Morton & Co. Photos

Mrs Muller, parasol and umbrella maker

N-Q

William Peach, silversmith (<1864>)

E. G. Perry, gunsmith (1865-1866)

James Pittard, boot and shoemaker (<1887>)

R-U

George Raby, draper (<1887>)

Robert Ramsay, plumber and gasfitter (<1887>)

George Ruby, draper (<1887>)

H. Smith & Co., dressmakers and milliners (<1887>)

Steinfeld's Furniture Warehouse

M. S. Tones, dressmaker and milliners (<1887>)

J. Twentyman, draper (<1887>)

Tyler's Drapery

J. Tyler, draper (<1887>)

V-Z

Charles Walker, confectioner (<1887>)

Thomas Walker, draper (<1887>)

Webb Bros., drapers (<1887>)

George Willetts, photographer (<1887>)

John Williams, boot and shoemaker (<1887>)


Bridge Street (next Messrs Biggs and Shoppee) – Mrs Alexander, baby linen and ladies’ underwear maker (<1863>)

See also

References


External links

Ballarat Historical Society - Black and white photograph of Mafeking Day celebrations, 1901

Ballarat Historical Society - Black and white photograph of Dickens' building, 1962

Ballarat Historical Society - Black and white photograph of accident scene where tram ran off Sturt Street line into the Buck's Head Hotel, 1955

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