Mair 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

Architectural improvements in other ways have been either effected or projected. Mr Jackson has just finished some handsome two-storied premises in Mair street for shops. Mr Taylor, of the Red House Bakery, has been making preparations for some time past to manufacture biscuits by steam, and has his arrangements in a very forward state. No doubt Mr Taylor will reap the well-merited reward of his enterprise when he gets fairly to work…[1]

Businesses and people in Mair Street

Address known

11 Mair Street – Dollar Curtains & Blinds (<2011>)

18 Mair Street - Yarrowee Soap and Candle Works Office (<1875>)

20 Mair Street - William Hewitt - Hewitt's Yarrowee Soap and Candle Works office

24 Mair Street - Evening Post, (<1876>)

32 Mair Street - Peerless Emulsion Products

39 Mair Street – MG Brown, air conditioning (<2011>)

40 Mair Street - J. Collins, blacksmith

49 Mair Street - F. Mitchell, optician and scientific instrument manufacturer (<1879>)

52 Mair Street - McCulloch & Sons, woodturners (<1897>)

60 Mair Street - G. Davey, engineer and ironfounder (<1887>)

61 Mair Street – L. D. Cameron, tent and tarpaulin maker (<1887>)

65 Mair Street – C. A. Carroll, saddler (<1887>)

67 Mair Street - G. Cushen, Venetion Blind Manufacturer (<1875>)

67 Mair Street - Cushen & Chemson, window blind makers (<1887>)

67 Mair Street - Cushen & Clemson, window blind makers (<1887>)

69 Mair Street – Z. Bath, boot and shoemaker (<1887>)

119 Mair Street - Alfred Denver & Co., coach builders (<1887>)

139 Mair Street – T. Eggington (<1887>)

208 Mair Street - J.A. Hoskin & Son (<1939>)

214 Mair Street - J.W. Anderson and Son (<1938>)

315 Mair Street – Ballarat Blinds & Curtains (<2011>)

323 Mair Street – Paper, Ribbon and Lace, wedding stationery (<2011>)

411 Mair Street - J. Grigsby, brass founder

413-417 Mair Street - Jelbart (<1938>)

512 Mair Street – Angow & Hatt P/L, home and commercial air conditioning (<2011>)


54 Mair Street East - R.M. Goodfellow Aerated Water and Cordial Manufacturer

54 Mair Street East - Goodfellow's Cordial Factory (<1939>)

59 Mair Street, Ballarat East - Haymes Paint

70 Mair Street East – Eureka Blinds & Curtains (<2011>)

Address unknown

Aaron Brook & Sons, boot and shoemakers (<1887>)

George Aldred, coachbuilder (<1868>)

Athletic Club Hotel

George Bailey, butcher (<1858>)

W. Bridge, coachpainter (<1858>)

Alfred Denier, wheelwright (<1887>)

Thomas Dingle, bootmaker (<1866>)

William Dobson, blacksmith and farrier (<1887>)

J. Futcher, blacksmith, farrier and iron and zinc worker (<1858>)

Ralph Garth, boot and shoemaker (<1887>)

George Garton, brewer (<1887>)

Joseph Higgins, carpenter (<1858>)

William Hutley, blacksmith (<1866>)

Richard James, draper (<1887>)

Jenson and Huston Aerated Waters

Jones and Trembath, coachbuilders (<1887>)

George G. Lorimer, builder (<1887>)

William Rowie MacDonald, printer (<1887>)

A. Mather, confectioner (<1858>)

J. G. McDonald & Sons, marble and stone cutters (<1887>)

E. F. McElroy's Foundry, coach builders (<1887>)

Allan McLean, bootmaker (<1866>)

J. Mills, (<1887>)

J. G. Morrey, draper (<1887>)

Hans Oison, carpenter and joiner (<1858>)

J. Olarenshaw, currier (<1887>)

Edward Pitts, miner (<1858>)

Powder Magazine (<1858>)

C. B. Retallack's Foundry, blacksmith and farrier (<1887>)

John E. Rogers, boot and shoemaker (<1887>)

James Smailey, butcher (<1858>)

Robert Shaw, butcher (<1858>)

Charles Stewart, draper (<1858>)

Sun Foundry (<1906>)

Joseph Stubbs, draper (<1887>)

James Thornton, builder (<1887>)

J. Tynan, engineer and ironfounder (<1887>)

John Tynan, blacksmith and farrier (<1887>)

Vial & Son, leather merchants (<1887>)

C. Yates, tent and tarpaulin maker (<1887>)


Mair Street East - McKay & MacLeod Sauces warehouse (1958>)


(adjoining Old Post Office Reserve) – Lal Lal Steam Saw Mills, timber yard (<1859>)

(cnr Armstrong Street) - James McKay & Sons

(cnr Drummond Street) - City of London Hotel (<1863>)

(cnr Lydiard Street) - St. Mungo Hotel <1863>

(cnr Yuille Street) - Criterion Bread Factory (1872-1893>)

See also

References

  1. The Star (Ballarat, Vic. : 1855 - 1864), Thursday 24 September 1863, page 1. Digital copy accessed via Trove.

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