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The QHR mentions these places and gives QHR registration numbers, but they are not in the current QHR. Looking at Google Street View, I think both have been demolished (which would account for their disappearance from the QHR). I think this article's text should be revised to reflect this but I don't have a citation at this stage, just a strong suspicion. Kerry (talk) 08:29, 11 September 2016 (UTC)
You're right; it might be Harold Marine. But if so, it's on neither of the QHR nor the Brisbane HR. Why would they remove the HR listings if the building is still intact? There is a business still in Brisbane today called Harrold Marine (2 Rs) but they are not in the CBD but they say they have been in the marine business for 4 generations over 50 years so within the time frame of the heritage listing. I have found Arthur Elliott Harrold (again 2Rs) running a music warehouse as one of 4 occupiers of 123-125 Charlotte Street in 1931. Music isn't marine, but curious to find the same surname popping up around the same premises. I think this stays in the "too hard" basket for the moment. I had been thinking of asking the QHR people if they would release their "ex-heritage" listings, but it's the "too many other things to do right now" basket. Kerry (talk) 00:58, 12 September 2016 (UTC)
And fair enough. Would be lovely if you get the time one day though! The Drover's Wife (talk) 01:48, 12 September 2016 (UTC)