Doveton 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.

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History

Businesses and people on Doveton Street

Address known

1 Doveton Street – W. Richards, cutlery maker (<1887>)

1 Doveton Street - W. Cornell, factory (<1898>

3 Doveton Street - Allchin Brothers saddle and harness makers (<1938>)

20 Doveton Street - Allchin Brothers saddle and harness makers (<1916-1918>)

26 Doveton Street - Snowball & Bettess, balcksmith and farrier (<1887>)

47 Doveton Street – John Baxter, tailor (<1887>)

520 Doveton Street - Nurse Oates' Private Hospital, (<1917>)

1126 Doveton Street - C.C. Harding & Sons (<1970>)

cnr of Doveton Street and Webster Street - Corn Exchange Hotel

Address unknown

Allchin & Morrell, saddlers (<1887>)

Theodore Keith Beckwith, window blind maker (<1931>)

Bell Timber Mills (<1866>)

John Bicasby, miner (<1858>)

George Blackburn, plumber and gasfitter (<1858>)

Brothers Kneeshaw, miners (<1858>)

W. Creber, builder (<1858>)

James Dickson, coach builder (<1887>)

Henry Dodds, miner (<1858>)

Doveton Street Saw Mills (<1863>)

Doveton Woollen Mill (<1887>)

Farmers' Hotel (<1863>)

John Fitzgerald, draper (<1887>)

George Flanders, boot and shoemaker (<1887>)

James Fletcher, draper (<1887>)

John Goodall, miner (<1858>)

Richard Hobkirk, engineer (<1858>)

Robert Holding, mechanic (<1858>)

James Thomas Williams Hosken (c1854-1937), blacksmith and farrier (<1887>)

Inglis & Wyatt, coach builders (<1887>)

J. P. Jones, plasterer (<1858>)

Samuel Kingston, miner (<1858>)

James Loney, shoemaker (<1858>)

Lucas Clothing Factory

McVitty & Co.'s City Saw Mills (<1877-1888>)

Molibec & Co., window blind makers (<1931>)

George Savory, printer (<1858>)

John Smith, baker and pastrycook (<1887>)

Stephens and Wardle's Saw Mill, timber saw millers (<1887>)

Surtees & Hockins, boot and shoemakers (<1887>)

A. Thompson, draper (<1887>)

E. B. Wells, tailor (<1887>)

C. Wilkinson, wood turner (<1887>)


Doveton Street (opposite Hay Market) - T. Eggington Timberyard (<1927->)


Doveton Street (cnr Armstrong Street South) - Phoenix Foundry

Doveton Street (Cnr Sturt Street) - Ballarat Saw Mills (<1863>)

Doveton Street (cnr Dana Street) - Rowlands and Lewis - cordial manufacturers

Doveton Street (cnr Eyre Street) - Farrant & Co. Ballarat Foundry (<1860->)

Doveton Street (cnr Eyre Street) – George Rowe Kerr (c1825-1890), engineer, iron and brass founder (<1858>)

Doveton Street (cnr Eyre Street) – Union Foundry (George Kerr) (<1860-1861>)

Doveton Street (cnr McKenzie Street) - William Proctor, Coachbuilder

Doveton Street (cnr Sturt Street) – Ballarat Saw Mills (also known as Smith Bros.) (<1863>)

Doveton Street (cnr) Sturt Street - British Hotel (<1863>)

Doveton Street (cnr Sturt Street) - Tunbridges Timberyard

Doveton Street (cnr Sturt Street) - William Proctor, Cochbuilder


Doveton Street (near cnr Sturt Street, next to Tattersalls Hotel) - City Shoe Forge

Businesses and people in Doveton Street North

Address known

10 & 18 Doveton Street North - J.E. Quayle

18 Doveton Street North - George A. Lemke (<1920>)

32D Doveton Street North - Mid City Printers (<1988>)

39 Doveton Street North – MJ Roberts (<2011>)

41 Doveton Street North - Joseph Wheeler, baker and pastrycook (<1887>)

1122 Doveton Street North - HASCO Foundry (<1985>)

Address unknown

Clyde C. Harding Foundry

I. & R. Morley

('The Mill') - Wendouree Printing (<1988>)

Businesses and people in Doveton Street South

Address known

6 Doveron Steet South - F. Gallagher, tailor (<1898>)

22 Doveton Street South – Taylor & Stirling, curtain makers (<2011>)

115 Doveton Street South – Suzanne Cassells Designer Dressmaker (<2011>)

218 Doveton Street South – Matt the Tailor (<2011>)

Address unknown

Dennison, Wynne and Hepburn, woollen mill (<1887>)

J. McKay, blacksmith (<1866>)

Phoenix Hotel (Doveton Street) (<1914-1915>)

South, saddler and harness maker

Wiles Cooker (<1916>)

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