1920 Corinda - Donaldson Estate
1920 Corinda - Donaldson Estate
1920 Corinda - Donaldson Estate
1920 Corinda - Donaldson Estate
1920 Corinda - Donaldson Estate
1920 Corinda - Donaldson Estate
1920 Corinda - Donaldson Estate
1920 Corinda - Donaldson Estate
1920 Corinda - Donaldson Estate
1920 Corinda - Donaldson Estate
1920 Corinda - Donaldson Estate
1920 Corinda - Donaldson Estate

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1920 Corinda - Donaldson Estate

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Map showing Donaldson Estate which is now part of current day Corinda

Donaldson Estate - to be sold on the ground Saturday 10th July 1920 at 3pm.

Street names shown on the map:

  • Oxley Road
  • Clewley Road (now Clewley Street)
  • Donaldson Street
  • Nelson Street
  • Hassall Road (now Hassall Street)
  • Short Street (now Probyn Street)
  • Clara Street
  • Street (now Hall Avenue)

The map covers the present day streets:

  • Part of Oxley Road, Corinda
  • Clewley Street, Corinda
  • Donaldson Street, Corinda
  • Nelson Street, Corinda
  • Hassall Street, Corinda
  • Probyn Street, Corinda
  • Clara Street, Corinda
  • Part of Hall Avenue, Corinda

Year: 1920

Date: Saturday, 10th July 1920

Location: Corinda, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

The map also includes the following text:

  • Magnificent Building sites
  • Healthy surroundings
  • Convenient to the Railway Station
  • Good Garden soil
  • Splendid Train Service
  • Railway
  • Corinda Railway Station
  • Shire Hall
  • Terms:- £1 deposit, balance £1 per month (per allotment)
  • Interest at 6%
  • Final Payment in 36 months
  • Residences
  • Residence of Hon T. M. Hall MLC
  • S. Tooth Esq.
  • Being Subs of Secs of Portions 99 & 100
  • Parish of Oxley
  • Local Sketch
  • S & W Railway
  • Oxley Creek
  • Sherwood Railway Station
  • Corinda Station
  • South Brisbane Branch
  • Blocksidge & Ferguson. Ltd - Auctioneers, Queen Street
  • H. T. James, Litho, Telegraph Chambers, Queen Street