Historical information

J. Miners was a cash draper and outfitter in Koroit Street , succeeding Thomas Nayler. The shop sold millinery in the "Elite Millinery' department . The known date for this business is 1907. The delivery docket tells us that delivery costs were covered for an item costing over one pound.


These labels are of some significance as little is known about this store.

Physical description

.1, White rectangular label on adhesive paper with white and dark blue text and space for writing. Some of the text is contained in the borders. It is damaged.
.2 Identical to .1 but undamaged
.3 Identical to .1 and stained
.4 Identical to .1 but undamaged and stained
.5 Identical to .4.
.6 Identical to .1
.7 Identical to .1
.8 Identical to .1
.9 Identical to .2
.10 Cream rectangular folded card with gold coloured text and a decorative border of leaves.

Inscriptions & markings

.1,.2,.3,.4,.5,.6,.7,.8,.9.. From J. Miners KOROIT STREET DRAPER, WARRNAMBOOL ELITE MILLINERY. MEN'S CLOTHING. BOOTS AND SHOES Carriage Paid on all Parcels from ( one pound ) upwards.
.10 Elite Millinery MODES DE PARIS No.........