Location #326 - Shepherds Creek Store. Lower Smith's Gully, Bannockburn-Nevis Road, Shepherds Creek. (exact location unknown)
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|1||1866 - 1870||John Graham Halliday||Details|
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|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|3135||1865||John Halliday started his store in Shepherds Creek.||About this time John Halliday started his store in Shepherds Creek (dwelling #326). It may have been that the store was actually part of the Shepherds Creek Hotel (location #222). Notes from the original unpublished Heart of the Desert indicate the location of John Halliday's shanty store building,bakery and post office was at the bend of the road between Poverty Terrace and Smith's Gully (at the junction of Shepherds Creek).|
|3137||1866||Electoral roll records.||It appears from the electoral roll records that John Halliday's dwelling #326 was a "timber and iron store".|
|3138||1868||A Post Office was added to the store.||About this time it appears a post office was added to the store. (Parcell's notes)|
|3139||1870||The Shepherds Creek Hotel and store was moved.||In December the Shepherds Creek Hotel, the store and the post office were shifted a short distance. (from Heart of the Desert - original)|
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