Map showingIndooroopilly Townshipwhich is now part of current day Indooroopilly
Indooroopilly Township adjoining the Nelson Estate sale on the ground Saturday June 29t 1889 at 2:30pm sharp
Street names shown on the map:
Coot-tha Terrace(now Thorpe Street)
Government Road(now Taringa Parade)
Beaconsfield Street(now Payne Street)
Unnamed(now Waverley Road)
Unnamed(now Stanley Street)
The map covers the present day streets:
Moggill Road, Indooroopilly
Thorpe Street, Indooroopilly
Taringa Parade, Indooroopilly
Gordon Terrace, Indooroopilly
Salisbury Street, Indooroopilly
Gladstone Street, Indooroopilly
Disraeli Street, Indooroopilly
Payne Street, Indooroopilly
Waverley Road, Indooroopilly
Stanley Street, Indooroopilly
Date: Saturday, 29 June 1889
Location: Indooroopilly, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
The map also includes the following text:
Being Re-subs of Sub A of Portion 680 Parish of Indooroopilly
Property of the Queensland Deposit Bank and Building Society Ltd
Arthur Martin & Co Limited Auctioneers
G. K. Jopp Surveyor
Gordon and Gotch Lithos
1. One-tenth Cash; balance by promissory notes at 3,6,9,12,15,18,21,24 and 27 months, with interest at 8 per cent per annum added.
2. One-tenth Cash; balance by promissory notes at 6,12,18,24,30,36,42,48 and 54 months, with interest at 8 per cent per annum added.
3. Five Pounds (£5) per allotment cash; and (£1) per allotment per month, 8 per cent interest added.
4. One-tenth Cash; balance by monthly instalments extending over any period from one to seven years; interest at 8 per cent.
Note: Purchaser may pay off at any time under any of these terms. Interest will only be charged to date of payment.
The Queensland Deposit Bank always pay up in full for the whole of the land, so that the certificates of title being in their name, conveyances can be passed to purchases at any time without inconvenience or delay.
Assistance to Build
For every £1 put into a property by a purchaser, either in account of Land or Improvements, the Deposit Bank will advance him an additional £3 for the purpose of erecting a house. In other words - suppose an allotment to be bought for £50, and the purchaser has paid £30 towards the cost, the bank will advance £90 for building purposes. When it is paid for in full, £150 would be advanced. Should a purchaser find, say £20 in addition to his land, then the bank will advance £210, and so on. The amound thus advanced can be repaid by monthly instalments extending over any number of years up to 10.
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