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Monday, September 26, 2011

Commercial premises Springwood

Delaney Bros Butchers

Hurley's who purchased Delaney's premises & house
This photograph is taken at the rear of the premises & shows
 the residence

William Rayner's General Store
left & Nosworthy & Bates is believed to be the shop on the right 
General Store

H.J. Baldwin – 1930s

Viv Colless - c1905 4 weatherboard shops located opposite the Post Office.  Burnt to ground in 1913 & rebuilt 1914.

Tom Ellis - building owned by Ted Honeysett.  Business later purchased by Eric Young

Archie Ferguson - early1900s


W. Hall - located in one of Colless's shops

William Honeysett – c1893 store near Royal Hotel

George Mitchelmore – store purchased by H.J. Baldwin

Nosworthy & Bates – Thomas Nosworthy and William Bates shop located adjacent to present-day            School of Arts Town Square

William Rayner – late 1800s

Eric Young - c1930/40s business purchased from Tom Ellis

Butcher Shops

Edward Allen – c1896

Ashe (Horsley bought business)

Edward Ashcroft – took over Dilworth’s business

Ray Bennett – c1930s

John Blackmore – c1910

Mr. Brown – bought Stratton’s business

Eric Bunyan - 1932

Delaney Bros. – Hurley purchased business

Thomas Dilworth – building located on site of present-day Priceline chemist, owned by David Sharpe

Charles Goodwin – 1890s (was an employee of William Rayner)

J. Harris – c1900s

Horsley – 1905 (bought business owned by Mr Ashe)

William Hurley – purchased ‘Kirkstall’ and butchers business operated by Delaney Bros.

James Morrison – c1890s

J.B. Rogers – last butchers to operate from David Sharpe’s building

David Sharpe – c1900s (subsequently Dilworth, Ashworths & Rogers)

James Stratton – c1891 opposite station?  Bought by Mr. Brown
James Moyes Adamson
W. Brown - from one of Colless's shops c1913
Ham & Beef Shop (now delicatessen)
William John Werner - c1913
Lock Anderson - c1920s
Refreshment Rooms
Mr Kilduff
* This information is not definitive

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