Waterman's Arms Hotel

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The Waterman's Arms was a hotel in Ballarat, Victoria, <1864-1886. According to the sale notice in the Ballarat Star 20th March 1890 it was a two story home.[1]

Contents

Background

The Waterman's Arms was owned by George Hassell and his wife Mary Hassell (Bury) from 28th October 1864 until 30th October 1880. George left his wife, and Mary took over the licence from 10 December 1880 until 30 October 1883.[2]

History

Site

The Waterman's Hotel was on the corner of Wendouree Parade and Dowling Street.[3]

Innovations

Community Involvement

Works Produced

Workplace Relations

The People

  • William Creech licensee from November 1883 until the licence was surrended on 2nd December 1886.[6]

Legacies

See also

Hotels

Notes


References

  1. Research by Hassell descendent Chrissy Stancliffe.
  2. Research by Hassell descendent Chrissy Stancliffe.
  3. Research by Hassell descendent Chrissy Stancliffe.
  4. Research by Hassell descendent Chrissy Stancliffe.
  5. Research by Hassell descendent Chrissy Stancliffe.
  6. Research by Hassell descendent Chrissy Stancliffe.


Further Reading

External Links


--Clare K.Gervasoni 12:15, 10 October 2018 (AEDT)

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