A man was found shot in the lavatory of Durack’s Newmarket Hotel, Elizabeth-street, City (Surry Hills, NSW), yesterday morning. Mr. Frank Durack, the proprietor, heard a shot and found the man with a bullet in his head, and a five-chambered revolver beside the body. In his pocket was an A.I.F. discharge, showing the name of Andrew Robert McClosky. The police are endeavoring to trace his relatives. It is thought he was a barman.
–Sunday Times (Sydney, NSW ) Sunday 22 August 1920.