Peel 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 Peel Street

Address known

3 Peel Street - F.S. Goon, Chinese Herbalist (<1909-1923>)

6 Peel Street - J. E. Sang, Chinese Herbalist (<1906>)

7 Peel Street – T. Smith & Sons, coffee and spice millers (<1887>)

20 Peel Street – J. Butland, cutlery maker (<1887>)

Address unknown

Athletic Club Hotel

R. W. Butland, cutlery maker (<1887>)

William Dunn, blacksmith and farrier (<1887>)

James Giles, basket maker (<1887>)

R. McCulloch, wood turner (<1887>)

W. Robertson, carver, gilder and picture-frame maker (<1887>)

James H. Spark, venetian blind maker (<1863>)

Richard Williams, coach builder (<1887>)

Lo Kwoi Sang, Chinese Herbalist

(cnr Bridge Street) - James McKay & Sons

Peel Street West – W. Robertson & Co., cabinet makers and upholsterers (<1887>)

Businesses and people in Peel Street North

Address known

21 Peel Street North - Vale The Quality Printer (<1927>)

30 Peel Street North – C. Watts, tailor (<1887>)

Address unknown

Thomas George Alloway, coach builder (<1887>)

James Bastable, boot and shoemaker (<1887>)

James Beaton, tailor (<1887>)

George Halliday, boot and shoemaker (<1887>)

A. Hope, tinsmith (<1887>)

John James, boot and shoemaker (<1887>)

Businesses and people in Peel Street South

Address known

46 Peel Street South - J. Haymes, baker and pastrycook (<1887>)

Address unknown

Thomas Brown, boot and shoemaker (<1887>)

Robert Carroll, blacksmith and farrier (<1887>)

W. Sharwood, wheelwright (<1887>)

Joseph Williams, blacksmith and farrier (<1887>)

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