Melbourne Road

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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.

Contents

History

Businesses and people in Melbourne Road

Address known

Address unknown

Aslie & Dawson, carpenters (<1858>)

C. Attwood, carpenter (<1858>)

Blacklock, bootmaker (<1858>)

X. Casser, watchmaker (<1858>)

Thomas Connell, saddler (<1887>)

J. Cornish, butcher (<1858>)

John Cress, butcher (<1858>)

Edmund Darley, boot and shoemaker (<1887>)

Henry Fortune, painter (<1858>)

Henry Jackson, butcher (<1858>)

Dennis Odriscoll, Warrenheip Brewery (<1858>)

J. Scovell, cabinet maker (<1876>)

H. Stephen, carpenter and plumber (<1858>)

John Wells, saddler (<1887>)

Woodward & Sons, sawmillers


Bakery Hill – Foster & Company (also known as Victoria Coffee Works), coffee millers (<1858>)


(cnr Bradbury Street) – DM Beaumont Pty Ltd, sheet metal work (<2011>)

See also

Melbourne Road, Creswick

New Melbourne Road

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