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It was built from c. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 27 May It is likely that the building at 99 Grafton Street, Cairns was constructed in the late nineteenth century or early twentieth century. The existing building was constructed of handmade bricks and divided into two shops with multiple gabled roof of differing heights. At the time of construction the building formed part of a much larger group of buildings which became known as Cairns Chinatown.
In Andrew Leon and other Chinese businessmen formed a co-operative of shareholders to cultivate a selection known as Portion 52, owned by Leon.
This was the first large scale sugar cultivation in far north Queensland. The mill, known as "Pioneer", was opened in August in a large event attracting many stakeholders and official guests. The mill and its assets were sold in and Andrew Leon concentrated his business interests in Sachs Street, Cairns renamed Grafton Street in the s.
Andrew Leon was an innovative agriculturalist and businessman who represented the Cairns Chinese community on official occasions, presenting welcome addresses from the Chinese community, acted as an interpreter in court, and provided the means for preserving cultural linkages as one of the principle trustees for the Lit Sung Goong Temple. The growing agricultural industry in the Cairns region supported a large number of Chinese in industries such as market gardening and shop keeping.
Chinese businesses in Sachs Street included boarding houses, gaming houses, opium dens and merchant stores. The allotment was subdivided into two allotments and the Lit Sung Goong Temple was constructed.