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Watson grocery, Victoria Avenue (MoC423.74)

Victoria Avenue (East Side – south)

History of Victoria Avenue (East Side)

The ennumeration of the East side of Victoria Avenue south of Trafalgar Street has changed since the early C20th.

1901: Spalding’s

(4) William Dunn, fishmonger

(5) William Dunn, tobacconist

(6) R Ridgewell, tailor

1913: Kelly’s

(4) Charles Hill, greengrocer and florist

(5) G Hawes, tailor


(17) Sydney Herbert Watson, wine and spirit merchant

(19 & 21) Sydney Herbert Watson, grocer


(17/21) S H Watson, grocer

(19 & 21) –

(23) –



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