Pedder Street Clock Tower [1862-1913]
This stood at the southern end of Pedder Street, where it joins Queen's Road. Wikipedia says:
It chimed for the first time at midnight on 31 December 1862.
The 80 feet (24 m) tall clock tower with a lighted dial, designed by a Mr. Rawlings, was to be funded by subscriptions, but the lack of public response meant that many of the more elaborate decorative features were jettisoned. In the end, a donation was secured from Scotsman Douglas Lapraik, one of the most successful Tai-pans who founded the Hong Kong and Whampoa Dock Company, precursor of Hutchison Whampoa.
Elsewhere in Wikipedia there is an entry describing the clock tower at the KCRC terminus in TST. It says that the clock from the demolished Pedder Street Clock Tower was used in the new clock tower at the KCRC terminus. However, elsewhere I've seen mention that the Pedder Streer Clock Tower was unreliable, so it seems oddd they'd reuse it. Maybe they just re-used the hands and clock face, but not the mechanism?