Drinks on House
BRETON BOEHM, 22 (left) and Ern Edwards, 68, have a final drink at the 103-years-old Windsor Castle Hotel, Victoria Square, Adelaide, on its last day of trading. One hundred and thirty-six gallons of beer were drunk between 5 and 6 p.m. when drinks were “on the house” to mark the occasion. The hotel will be demolished to make way for a multi-story building for the Mutual Life and Citizens’ Assurance Co. Ltd.
– Barrier Miner (Broken Hill, NSW), Saturday 10 July 1954, page 2
In Adelaide on Monday evening Mr. C. Kerrison (licencee of the Windsor Castle Hotel, Adelaide), left his six cylinder Chandler motor car, worth £1,000, standing in front of his hotel, and a few minutes afterwards he saw it disappearing. The car was afterwards discovered abandoned in one of the suburbs.
– The Narracoorte Herald (SA) Friday 13 May 1921