Newcastle’s oldest hotel closes


Phillip J. Le Neveu’s Duke of Edinburgh Hotel, corner of Macquarie and Corlette Streets, The Junction, July 30 1901.

The Duke of Edinburgh Hotel at the Junction, Newcastle, which was licensed on December 13, 1869, and has been in the possession of the McAnliffe family for about 50 years, has closed its doors. It was the oldest hotel building in the Newcastle district. The license has been transferred to an hotel at Mayfield.
The Maitland Daily Mercury (NSW) Wednesday 5 November 1924

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