Rising Sun Hotel

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::A Vagrant - Eliza Grady, an incorrigible offender, was charged with having used most filthy language in the street, and having no lawful means of support. Constable Fullarton  deposed to the prisoner's antecedents, and Sargeant Larner said that she had kept a brothel behind the Rising Sun Hotel. The prisoner was sent to gaol for one month.<ref>Ballarat Star, 24 November 1863.</ref>
 
::A Vagrant - Eliza Grady, an incorrigible offender, was charged with having used most filthy language in the street, and having no lawful means of support. Constable Fullarton  deposed to the prisoner's antecedents, and Sargeant Larner said that she had kept a brothel behind the Rising Sun Hotel. The prisoner was sent to gaol for one month.<ref>Ballarat Star, 24 November 1863.</ref>
  
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Latest revision as of 03:03, 26 May 2019

:There was also a Rising Sun Hotel at Italian Gully.

The Rising Sun Hotel was a hotel in Ballarat, <1861-1872>.


Contents

Site

The Rising Sun Hotel was in Main Road.[1]

People


Notes

A Vagrant - Eliza Grady, an incorrigible offender, was charged with having used most filthy language in the street, and having no lawful means of support. Constable Fullarton deposed to the prisoner's antecedents, and Sargeant Larner said that she had kept a brothel behind the Rising Sun Hotel. The prisoner was sent to gaol for one month.[3]

See also

Hotels

Prostitutes


References

She had kept a brothel behind the Rising Sun Hotel. The prisoner was sent to gaol for one month.[4]

  1. The Star (Ballarat, Vic. : 1855 – 1864) Saturday 1 June 1861, page 3.
  2. 1872 'BALLARAT EAST LICENSING BENCH.', The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), 19 March, p. 4. , viewed 16 Jul 2016, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article197627472
  3. Ballarat Star, 24 November 1863.
  4. Ballarat Star, 24 November 1863.



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