Charles Evans

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Charles Evans Card. Courtesy University of Ballarat Historical Collection (Cat.No.607).

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Establishment

Charles J. Evans was a printer who established a business in 1855, and was later taken over by [[Berry, Anderson & Co]).[1] He signed the Bendan Hassell Compensation Case Petition in 1855 listing his profession as 'stationer'. [2]

As of 31 December 1875, Charles J. Evans was a commercial, mining and law stationer, engraver, letterpress and lithographic printer as well as a provider of bookbinding and paper ruling services.University of Ballarat Historical Collection, Invoice dated 31 Dec 1875 (Cat. No.5488). [3]

Location

Occupied premises on 46 Sturt Street - opposite Town Hall. (<1874-1877>)


Also See

Eureka Stockade

References

  1. One Hundred Years: Official Programme and history of Ballarat for its Centenary Celebrations, 1938.
  2. Corfield, Wickham and Gervasoni, The Eureka Encyclopedia, Ballarat, 2004, p169.
  3. University of Ballarat Historical Collection, Invoice dated 31 Dec 1875 (Cat. No.5488).

External sites

http://eurekapedia.org/Charles_Evans


--SS 10:26, 29 November 2011 (EST)

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