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Named after William Lonsdale, the first magistrate in Melbourne, Little Lonsdale St is located in the city centre – a part of the original Hoddle Grid (C. 1837). Intersecting with Spring St and Spencer St, it runs one-way in the easterly direction, unlike the other “little” streets.
In the nineteenth century, the eastern end of the street held a notorious "red light district", known as "Little Lon", which was associated with prostitution and petty crime. This is where the infamous Madam Brussels could be found spanning her establishment between Lonsdale and Little Lonsdale St, attracting a wealthy class of clientele, writing herself into part of Melbourne’s history.
Located towards the Spencer St end of the street east of King St and west of William St, the city’s local Timber Yard would be found filling the local streets with the fragrance of Tasmanian Cedar.
A fantastic holiday scent combining fresh fruit of Orange, Peach, and berry top notes with a tranquil cedar wood, Fir Needle, Patchouli.
Top Notes: Elderberry, Orange
Middle Notes: Fir Needle, Peach
Base Notes: Cedarwood, Patchouli
Little Lonsdale Street - Tasmanian Cedar.
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Never move a lit Candle or leave unattended.
Always keep out of reach of Children and Pets, and place on a stable, heat resistant surface. Avoid exposure to drafts. Container may become hot.
At the end of combustion, a variable quantity of wax may remain. Always store candle in a cool dark place below 25°C and away from direct sunlight.