Mysterious death at the Federal A POST mortem failed to reveal the cause of death of 48-year-old Henry Murphy, who was found in a bedroom at the Federal Hotel, Temora, NSW, in September 1948. A broken drinking glass and a wrapper of… Read More ›
The Brisbane Telegraph published this fantastic photograph taken in the Darling Downs, of South West Queensland on November 30 1933 with the statement: “We wonder whether the traveller who camped under this well known hotel sign on the Pittsworth Road… Read More ›
YOU BEAUT! Tooheys brewery went to the rescue of city hotels today when thirsty shoppers crowded bars. Here is some of the brewery’s stock that employees rushed to hotels. -The Sydney Sun Thursday 24 December 1953
Old Land Mark Disappears: The Moonmera Hotel (By Our Mt Morgan Correspondent) THE passing of the Moonmera Hotel, situated at the foot of the Razor-back, due to the surrendering of the license and the sale of the buildings, will remove… Read More ›
Digger (right) holds glass of beer in one hand, “tosses ’em” with the other, while others of the impromptu Hay Street (Perth) school” await the result. – The Daily News (Perth, WA) Friday 22 November 1940.