Estate Map showing Paddington Estate in Paddington
Plan of the Paddington Estate - close to the City Boundary.
Street names shown on the map:
- Given Terrace
Street (now Cochrane Street)
Elizabeth Street (now Hayward Street)
- Great George Street
- Martha Street
Street (now Lower Cairns Street)
Jane Street (now Charteris Street)
William Street (now Plunkett Street)
- Charlotte Street
John Street (now Bowler Street)
no name (now Latrobe Terrace)
no name (now Gutherie Street)
The map covers the present day streets:
Given Terrace, Paddington
Latrobe Terrace, Paddington
Cochrane Street, Paddington
Hayward Street, Paddington
Great George Street, Paddington
Martha Street, Paddington
Lower Cairns Street, Paddington
Charteris Street, Paddington
Plunkett Street, Paddington
Charlotte Street, Paddington
Bowler Street, Paddington
Gutherie Street, Paddington
Location: Paddington, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
The map also includes the following text:
- Being Subdivisions of Portions no. 212 & 213, Parish of Enoggerra, County of Stanley.
- Agent for Queensland, John McMah, Mary & Albert Streets, Brisbane
- The Property of John Robertson, 417 Pitt Street, Sydney
- Scale - 2 chains to 1 Inch
- * Blank Allotments sold
- Water Hole
- James's Square
- Water Reserve
- Plan of Locality
- Paddington West
- General Cemetery
- West End Estate
- West Paddington
- Petrie Terrace
- Military Barracks
- Brisbane River
- South Brisbane
- North Brisbane
- Spring Hill
- Fever Hospital
- Cricket Ground
- Wickham Terrace
- Gregory Terrace
- Queen Street
- 214 J. Voller
- 215 P. Mayne
- W Moore
- J C Coole
- J C Laylock
- J. H. Braddock, Licensed Surveyor, Brisbane.
Newspaper Advertisement - The Brisbane Courier - Page 7
On the ground
The Premier Sale of the Season
Unusual Conditions and Terms
Terms: Quarter Cash; Balance one, two and three years, interest six percent only, discount five percent for Cash
The Paddington Estate, Paddington
Long looked at by many
Simon Fraser & Son are favoured with instructions from John Robertson, Esq to sell by auction.
On Saturday, 4th October at 2 sharp. Luncheon at 1.
Conveyances free from the mart, from 1 to half-past 2,
The Paddington, Paddington, Paddington is recognised as almost part of the city and continuation of Caxton Street will bring this beautiful semi-suburb within a few minutes walk of Queen Street.
The early and certain advent of Tramcars must here as in Sydney and elsewhere, enormously enhance the value of properties.
200 choice allotments.
Positions to suit all tastes and equally accessible to Given Terrace and Red Hill Omnibuses.
From some parts of Paddington the prospect is truely grand and no part without some charming and redeeming feature but Paddington (who does not know Paddington?) is really so well known as to require no elaborate description.
The merchant, storekeeper, shopkeeper or mechanic cannot fail to find something here to his taste and his purse.
Aye!! there is the rub - the purse.
Look again at the terms.
Quarter Cash. Balance at 1, 2 and 3 years. Interest 6 per cent only. Discount for Cash, 5 per cent.
The fact is that Mr Robertson is retiring from Business and has given instructions to Clear Out.
Luncheon at 1, Sale at 2.
Conveyances free from the Mart from 1 and half-past 2.
Mark. Absolute Sale, Lithographs Ready.
Take a walk and view the beauties of Paddington.
The prospects presented to the eye of Alexander Selkirk when "monarch of all he surveyed", was not a patch on the view from the height of Paddington.