Victoria Street south

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A good view of buildings and businesses on the west side of Victoria Street from Collingwood Street looking south. On the corner of Collingwood Street and Victoria Street are the Wesley Buildings, at the time occupied by The Cosey Corner Store, a clothing, drapery and millinery store; the Fiji Fruit Store, "All fruit at town prices"; Thomas Tidd's Golden Gate boot & shoe store; and George Stone, family butcher. Squeezed between the Wesley Buildings and the under construction Imperial Chambers building was Edward Jones, saddler. Further south is the Alexandra Buildings, occupied by J.H. Fort, tailor; and Jacob H. Wright, land agent for Samuel Vaile & Sons. Henry Howden's third and last jewellery store building is also visible. Bills on a structure at left advertise a concert by Auckland contralto, Miss Irene Ainsley, to be held at the Town Hall.
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