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The South-East Corner of the Square

The South-East Corner of the Square

Building, from left: [1] Victoria Buildings - built in 1901, demolished c 1928. [2] Bradfield, "The Cash Grocers" [3] The Crown Studios, Whalley and Co. Photographers [4] W Pegden, furnishing warehouse. Established in 1882 by Simmonds and Pegden and continued alone from Pegden alone from 1888. Destroyed by fire in 1891. [5] J A Nash and Co - General Merchants. [6] DM George, draper and clothier [7] Occidental Private Family Department - built c1897; ?; Hood Chemist; Ridley's Tea Depot; ?; Bert Pratt, Hairdresser [8] Occidental Hotel - built c1897, destroyed by fire c1927 [9] Bank of New Zealand, built in 1902 [10] Mellsop, Elliott and Co, - Manawatu Land Agency. [11] T Parkins, butcher [12] Malcolm, "Furnishing Company Ltd". [13] Manawatu Evening Standard - built 1891. The Standard was here from 1903-1910. [14] E O Olsen, Tailor [15] Borough Council Chambers [16] All Saints Anglican Church. The building with a dome, in front of the Evening Standard building, is an observatory.