1887 Manly - Manly Beach Estate
1887 Manly - Manly Beach Estate
1887 Manly - Manly Beach Estate
1887 Manly - Manly Beach Estate
1887 Manly - Manly Beach Estate
1887 Manly - Manly Beach Estate
1887 Manly - Manly Beach Estate
1887 Manly - Manly Beach Estate
1887 Manly - Manly Beach Estate
1887 Manly - Manly Beach Estate
1887 Manly - Manly Beach Estate
1887 Manly - Manly Beach Estate

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1887 Manly - Manly Beach Estate

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Map showing Manly Beach Estate which is now part of current day Manly

Manly Beach to be sold on the ground on New Years Day 1887 by Public Auction.

Street names shown on the map:

  • Mountjoy Crescent (now Mountjoy Terrace)
  • Carlton Terrace
  • Melville Terrace
  • Kingsley Terrace
  • Strattan Terrace (now Stratton Terrace)
  • Boswell Terrace
  • Grattan Terrace
  • Upper Esplanade
  • Lower Esplanade (now Esplanade)
  • Gordon Parade
  • Nelson Parade
  • Earl Parade
  • Stewart Parade
  • Cardigan Parade
  • Cambridge Parade
  • Royal Esplanade
  • Mary Street (now Stratton Terrace)
  • Jane Street (now Benalla Street)
  • Wellington Street
  • Dallie Street (now Oceana Terrace)
  • Ernest Street
  • Arnold Street
  • Waterloo Street (now Kooralgin Street)
  • School Lane
  • Valetta Street

The map covers the present day streets:

  • Mountjoy Terrace, Manly
  • Carlton Terrace, Manly
  • Melville Terrace, Manly
  • Kingsley Terrace, Manly
  • Stratton Terrace, Manly
  • Boswell Terrace, Manly
  • Grattan Terrace, Manly
  • Upper Esplanade, Manly
  • Esplanade, Manly
  • Gordon Parade, Manly
  • Nelson Parade, Manly
  • Earl Parade, Manly
  • Stewart Parade, Manly
  • Cardigan Parade, Manly
  • Cambridge Parade, Manly
  • Royal Esplanade, Manly
  • Benalla Street, Manly
  • Wellington Street, Manly
  • Oceana Terrace, Manly
  • Ernest Street, Manly
  • Arnold Street, Manly
  • Kooralgin Street, Manly
  • School Lane, Manly
  • Valetta Street, Manly

Year: 1887

Date: Saturday, 1st January 1887

Location: Manly, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

The map also includes the following text:

  • The Future Premier Watering Place of Queensland. Only 10 miles from Brisbane.
  • Railway Station on the Estate.
  • Tenders to be called immediately.
  • For Scenery, Fishing, Boating and Bathing it is unequalled.
  • The Terms will be the easiest ever yet offered in Queensland.
  • £1 deposit and £1 per month per allotment. Easier if required.
  • 5 per cent discount to cash purchasers
  • Steamers, Waggonettes and Busses will leave Brisbane on Day of Sale.
  • Free Trips Both Ways!
  • Luncheon Provided
  • Parties of 6 or 8 can obtain special waggonettes Free of Charge both ways by applying to the Auctioneers a few days before Sale.
  • Remember! Tenders are to be called immediately for the Cleveland Railway, which passes therough the property with Station on the Ground. Vide Engineer's Report - Hansard.
  • Only 10 miles from Brisbane
  • Call and Get Illustrated Guide to the Estate
  • Rose Bay Estate
  • Moreton Bay
  • Waterloo Bay
  • Reserved for Public Recreation
  • Proposed New Jetty
  • Old Jetty
  • Cleveland Railway
  • Reserved for Future Sale
  • Water Reserve
  • Cultivation
  • Wyvernleigh
  • (All tinted red is land sold in 1882) realizing upwards of £5000.
  • Hon J. R. Dickson
  • E. W Cross
  • J. R. Dickson Junior
  • D. D. Arnold
  • E. T. Neighbour
  • Cripps
  • R. Roberts
  • J. Hennessey
  • D. Brown
  • C. Ford
  • R. Layton
  • T. Cumes
  • Thomas Watson
  • D. Rayner
  • William Ross
  • T. Howling
  • J. L. Sands
  • William Nimmo
  • G. Burnett
  • B. Rayner
  • R. D. Graham
  • Joseph Cross
  • J. Woodland
  • S. Woodland
  • J. L. Sands
  • R. D. Graham
  • R. G. Stoddard
  • J. W. Sutton
  • W. Wiley
  • J. E. Dawson
  • W. Scott
  • L. Hilley
  • J. Anderson
  • T. Day
  • C. Salm
  • J. Savage
  • J. Gibson
  • A. Batch
  • H. Marcus
  • John Best
  • Arnold Bros
  • Joseph Warren
  • Local Sketch
  • Valley
  • Brisbane
  • Brisbane River
  • Breakfast Creek
  • Bulimba Creek
  • Main Road to Wynnum
  • Mrs Waldocks Hotel
  • Railway to Lytton, Manly Beach and Cleveland
  • Lytton
  • Wynnum
  • Lota
  • Moreton Bay
  • Fisherman Island
  • Wnytee Island
  • Boat Passage
  • South Passage
  • Amity Point
  • Sandgate
  • Sandgate Railway
  • Hamilton
  • Bulimba
  • Arthur Martin & Co, Auctioneers
  • Watson Ferguson & Co. Lithograph, Brisbane

Newspaper Advertisement

Newspaper Advertisement - The Brisbane Courier - Page 8

Saturday, 1 January 1887

This Day - New Year's Day
Look out for the sale of the Manly Beach Estate
The Future Premier Watering Place of Brisbane
Within Ten Miles of the City
Tenders for Railway to be called immediately.
Railway Station to be on the Estate.
For Scenery, Situation, Boating, Fishing and Bathing Unequalled.
The terms will be the easiest ever offered in Brisbane.
Being £1 deposit per allotment and £1 per month afterwards until the full amount is paid up, or easier can be arranged if required.
5 per cent discount for cash.
Illustrated books of the Estate and Lithographs can be obtained on application to the undersigned.
Steamers, Waggonettes and 'Busses will leave Brisbane on New Years Day, Conveying People to the ground free.
Arthur Martin & Co, Auctioneers

Excursion to Manly Beach
New Year's Day - This Day
The Steamer Kate will leave Hart's Wharf this day (New Year's Day) at 10 o'clock sharp conveying intending purchasers to the sale of the Manly Beach Estate free of charge.
No Children allowed on board.
Tickets on application to Arthur Martin & Co, Auctioneers

Important Notice
Manly Beach Sale
Owing to the enormous demands for passages to the sale of the Manly Beach Estate to be held on the ground this day.
The Auctioneers have decided to supplement the Steamer Kate which has already been chartered with the fast and Favourite Steamer, Young Mat, which will leave Hart's Wharf, Eagle Street about half-past ten o'clock sharp.
Arthur Martin & Co, Auctioneers