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Fitzroy Street

Sir Charles Augustus FitzRoy, KCH, KCB (10 June 1796 – 16 February 1858) was a British military officer, politician and member of the aristocracy, who held governorships in several British colonies during the 19th century including New South Wales from 2 August 1846 to 28 January 1855.

 

Summerland also Tandragee, 17-27 (demolished) Fitzroy Street

Summerland also Tandragee, 17-27 (demolished) Fitzroy Street

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Description or [notes]

 1.

Argus 1847.01.29 p.3

Sale by Auction

Description of Donaldson's lots for auction on 1847.02.01

 2.

Argus 1852.08.14 p.2

Tenders

George Wharton invites contracts for masons, bricklayers and plasterers work to be done in the erection of a dwelling house at St Kilda for Mr. Robert Bennett.

 3

Argus 1856.08.25 p.9

Election Notice

Notice of intention to stand for Parliament and issues of interest, signed by Robert Bennett at Tandragee House, St Kilda

 4. Argus 1864.07.30 p.2

Sale by Auction

Thursday, August 18. Most important sale of very valuable freehold City and suburban properties [9 lots, including Tandragee and the Globe Hotel].

 5. Argus 1864.08.30 p.2

Sale by Auction

Wednesday, August 31. Instructions for Robert Bennett Esq. MLA to sell by auction at his residence Tandgaree [sic] house the whole of his very valuable furniture. 

 6. Argus 1864.03.05 p.8

To Let

To let furnished, the dwelling house and premises occupied by Mr. J. B. Bennett, corner of Fitzroy Street and Acland streets, St Kilda…[house description follows]

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Argus 1869.01.02 p.2

Sale  by Auction

Messers. Noyes & Reed have been instructed by J. B. Bennett, Esq. to sell at public auction at his residence, corner of Fitzroy Street and Acland streets, St Kilda...the whole of the highly valuable furniture, handsome pianoforte, plate, glass and china etc.

 8. Burgess roll for the Borough of St Kilda

1869 West Ward p.4 (approved 28th July 1869)

Roll no. 139, Rate Book no. 362; John Guthrie, gentleman; Fitzroy street, 3 votes

 9. Burgess roll for the Borough of St Kilda

1871 West Ward p.7 (approved 18th July 1870)

Roll no. 277, Rate Book no. 1962; George Wilson, gentleman; Fitzroy street, 3 votes

10. City of St Kilda Building Permits Register

Register no. 3959

Crespin G. H., owner; Thomas Donald & Co, builder; brick flats. description: 1, extra 1st rate, 2.0.0, verandah 10.0. fee paid £3.10s.0d. 

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St Kilda, Fitzroy Street (Tolarno)

If Mirka had led the move to Melbourne, it was Georges’ idea to settle in St Kilda. The Tolarno Bistro and Hotel were ambitious projects for Mirka and Georges, almost too much so, making it a risky financial enterprise. Neither had skill in running a hotel, and extensive renovations had to take place before the restaurant opened in 1964. A further eighteen months went by before the family moved in. The Moras had bought the hotel from St Kilda residents Bill Roth and his wife Renee who had managed the hotel and the large downstairs dining room. Philippe had been joined by brothers William and Tiriel. All had separate rooms. Breakfast and dinner were taken in the bistro at ‘the family table’ and the boys grew up with a refined taste in food. The Moras brought a new sense of style to St Kilda, together with their celebrity clientele, and became well known local identities.

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Gatwick Hotel (Extant) 34 Fitzroy Street

Gatwick Hotel (Extant) 34 Fitzroy Street

Edward O'Donnell's house Lockinge stood on this site from ca. 1881-1937.

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Brooklawn, 91-97 (Extant) Fitzroy Street

This building's detailed façade aligns with three other houses on Fitzroy Street – Strathmore (89), the Villa (85-87) and Number 83. All of these buildings are of Baroque influence and had their own gardens at the front.

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