Lydiard 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 in Lydiard Street

Address known

5 Lydiard Street – Purdue & Co., saddler (also known as Purdue & Ditchburn (<1887>)

7 Lydiard Street - Joseph Sleep (<1875>)

7 Lydiard Street North - Cameron & Sutherland

9 Lydiard Street - F. W. Niven & Co. (<1873-1876>)

9 Lydiard Street - Ballarat Engraving and Lithographic Printing Office <1873>

9 Lydiard Street - McHutchison & Campbell (<1882>)

21 Lydiard Street - A.M. Palmer, Chemist and Druggists (<1909>)

35-37 Lydiard Street - Alex King & Sons (1902-1967>)

35-37 Lydiard Street - Tulloch & King <1838-1918>

42 Lydiard Street - William Porter, bootmaker (<1898>)

49 Lydiard Street – Hawkins & Co., aerated water and cordial manufacturer (<1887>)

49 Lydiard Street - City Cycle Works (<1898-1907>)

53 Lydiard Street – Hawkins & Co., aerated water and cordial manufacturer (<1887>)

56 Lydiard Street - Ballarat Litho Company (<1904-1918>)

64 Lydiard Street - Woodwards (<1907>)

102-106 Lydiard Street North - J. Kelsall, hide & wool merchant (<1887>)

Address unknown

A-E

A. Davies & Son, saddlers and harness maker (<1858>)

Arthur R. Bailey, photographer (<1887>)

James Baker, telegraph station master (<1858>)

Ballarat Brewery (<1863>)

Ballaarat Stationary Warehouse & Printing Office (1866-1870)

Ben. Franklin Printing and Stationary House (1856-1874>) Next door to Craig's Hotel in the building named Franklin Chambers.

Berry, Anderson & Co.

F. Barrow

John Bennett, boot and shoemaker (<1887>)

T. and W. Brown, printers (<1858>)

E. E. Campbell, bookbinder (<1887>)

Cane & White, brewers (<1887>)

Archibald Carmichael, butcher (<1858>)

Henry Coe, baker (<1858>)

Thomas Comb, printer (<1858>)

William Corkhill, baker (<1858>)

Henry Courtis, gas engineer (<1858>)

William Crellin, tailor and importer (<1856-1858>) (opposite Bath's Hotel).

Cummins Bros., timber saw millers (<1856>)

Thomas Curphey (1846-1940), engineer and ironfounder (<1887>)

E. R. Cutler, watchmaker (<1887>)

Davies & Son, coach trimmer, saddle and harness makers (<1858>)

Joshua Davis, saddler (<1866>)

Charles Daws, upholsterer (<1866>)

Walter Disney, boot and shoemaker (<1887>)

Duke and Smith, saddler and harness maker (<1858>)

Eureka Aerated Waters and Brewing Co.

Evans Bros., printers (<1887>)

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William Fly, builder and contractor (<1879>)

Gerrard and Sleep, watchmakers and jewellers (<1858>)

T. A. Hawkins and Co., cordial factory (<1887>)

Henwood & Ryder, engravers and lithographers (<1887>)

Richard Holding, carpenter and joiner (<1887>)

Huxtable and Co., printer (<1858>)

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James Kilmister, saddler (<1866>)

John King and Alexander Grassick, coopers (<1861)

Robert Henry Lake, (<1887>)

George Lyons, photographer (<1866>)

W. B. Macdonald, printer (<1887>)

Bernard Marks, watchmaker (<1858>)

James McHutchison, bookbinder, engraver and lithographer (<1887>)

McKnight & Pennie, refined cider manufacturers (<1858-1859>)

Elizabeth Meredith, confectioner (<1858>)

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McKnight & Pennie, refined cider manufacturers (<1858-1859>)

D. Milliken, engineer (<1887>)

W. Paul, bookbinder (<1887>)

Frank W. Pinkerton, bookbinder (<1887>)

J. Pinkerton, bookbinder (<1887>)

M. Knight & Grassick, brewers and cider manufacturers (<1861>)

B. Merrin, engineer and ironfounder (<1887>)

Mrs Muller, parasol and umbrella maker

John Reid, confectioner, baker and pastrycook (<1887>)

Rider & Mercer, printers (<1887>)

J. T. Sleep, jeweller (<1887>)

R. Smith, stonemason and builder (<1856>)

S. C. Steele, carver, gilder and picture-frame maker (<1887>)

Thomas Trengrove, blacksmith and farrier (<1858>)

U-Z

Warrenheip Dis. Co. Ltd., distillers (<1887>)

Watson, Dowlan & Co., shoeing forge (<1858>)

R. Watson, coach and carriage builder (<1857-1858>)

Robert White, boot and shoemaker (<1887>)

Other

(between Poynton's Druggis and Fellinger's Tobacconist) - Landman & Kitz, watchmakers and jewellers (<1861>)

(cnr Sturt Street) – D. Grant, saddler (<1861>)


(cnr Dana Street) - Backhouse and Reynolds, architects (<1858>)

Businesses and people in Lydiard Street North

Address known

18 & 22 Lydiard Street North - R. F. Scott & Co. (<2000-2012>)

19 Lydiard Street North – R. F. Scott & Co., gunsmiths (<1890-1908)

37 Lydiard Street North – R. F. Scott & Co., gunsmiths (<1928>)

40 Lydiard Street North – Art Gallery Ballarat (<2011>)

46 Lydiard Street North, Ballarat - Forward Ballarat Furniture Manufacturing Co. (<1920-1921>)

202 Lydiard Street North - W.C. Thomas & Sons (<1970>)

205 Lydiard Street North – Lydiard Furniture & Antiques (<2011>)

317 Lydiard Street North - Alex. Ferguson (<1909>)

1005 Lydiard Street North - A.W. Newman, monumental mason (<1970>)

1114 Lydiard Street North - B.J. Newman, monumental mason (<1970>)

Address unknown

Ballarat Mining Exchange

W. H. Burrow, marble and stone cutter (<1887>)

(opposite the Ballarat New Cemetery) - Ballarat Memorials

Businesses and people in Lydiard Street South

Address known

9 Lydiard Street South (opposite Craig's Hotel - Val Purdue) (<1921>)

7 Lydiard Street South - T.W. Purdue

33a Lydiard Street South – PBSA, computer software (<2011>)

Address unknown

Ballarat Brewing Company

Carlton & United Breweries

Ballarat School of Mines

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