Woolpack Hotel, Parramatta

Woolpack Hotel Parramatta 1938 small

The Woolpack Hotel, Parramatta 1938. Photo: Australian National University, Archives of Business and Labour. Noel Butlin Archives.

Woolpack Hotel Parramatta T Lockett race horse
LIKE GOOD WINE.
Mr. T. Lockett, mine host of the Woolpack Hotel, Parramatta, with his speedy filly Lady Garlock, who recently won two races at Menangle.
The Cumberland Argus (Parramatta, NSW) Thursday 28 March 1929
Woolpack Hotel A G Papworth T Lockett licensee
THE GLAD HAND.
Messrs, A. G. Papworth and T. Lockett extend mutual congratulations on the landing of a double at Menangle last week.
The Cumberland Argus (Parramatta, NSW) Thursday 28 March 1929
lockett family woolpack hotel parramatta 1930
WOOLPACK’S NEW VENTURE
The new Woolpack miniature golf links adjoining the Woolpack Hotel, Parramatta, were officially opened by the Mayor of Parramatta, Alderman H. Ohlsen, last Saturday, and are already proving very popular. Mr. T. Lockett (proprietor) and Mrs. Lockett, on the left, with a party of friends, at the 14th green. Miss Nina Ford, of Parramatta, is on the extreme right.
The Cumberland Argus (Parramatta, NSW) Thursday 30 October 1930.
MR. T. LOCKETT.
Mr. Timothy Lockett, formerly a leading Sydney dentist, and later the proprietor of the Woolpack Hotel, Parramatta, died at the hotel on Sunday. Mr. Lockett was 69 years of age. A native of Yorkshire, he came to Australia about 30 years ago, and took over the control of the famous Woolpack Hotel about eight years ago. He took an active part in the public life of the district, and was, at different times, president of the Parramatta Agricultural and Horticultural Society and the Parramatta Chamber of Commerce. He is
survived by Mrs. Lockett and three daughters.
The Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 31 August 1932.
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