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CST 009

 
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Detail from CST 007.

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CST 010

 
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Church St c1910, not later than 1914. Billiards saloon owned by Jimmy (Midge) Parker who died in the 20's then Gilmore then Greener closed in the 1960s Softly (fruiterer) at right.

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CST 011

 
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An early shot of Greener's Billiard Hall shown in the previous photograph. This billiard hall closed in the 1960s when it became a nightclub, The Playboy.

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CST 012

 
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Church St probably around 1905, not earlier, with sailor in centre of road with frock coat, tight stockings or leggings. and shoulder length hair, see next picture. Church St still largely residential N Railway St, North Tce and to a lesser extent South Railway St were still the main shopping areas. Wm Storey appears as a Grocer/Chemist at 32 Ch St in 1873, by 1879 he had moved across the street to number 43 shown here, by 1899 he had dropped the groceries and was listed as a chemist, he ceased trading between 1914 and 1921.

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CST 013

 
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Church St probably around 1905 (not earlier) with sailor in centre of road wearing frock coat, tight stockings or leggings. and shoulder length hair.

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