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The '''Windsor Hotel''' was in Ballarat, Victoria, <1862>
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The '''Windsor Hotel''' was in Ballarat, Victoria, <1862-1884>
 
==Background==
 
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The Windsor Hotel was in [[Esmond Street]], Ballarat.<ref name=court1862/> The hotel was on the south east corner of [[York Street]] (formerly Esmond Street) and Dodd Street, Ballarat. Hargreaves describes it as being at the base of Red Hill, and one of the liveliest places in the "digging days."<ref name=hargreaves/>
 
The Windsor Hotel was in [[Esmond Street]], Ballarat.<ref name=court1862/> The hotel was on the south east corner of [[York Street]] (formerly Esmond Street) and Dodd Street, Ballarat. Hargreaves describes it as being at the base of Red Hill, and one of the liveliest places in the "digging days."<ref name=hargreaves/>
  
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The hotel was mentioned in the newspapers in September 1884 when a small hut behind the hotel burned down, with two people in the hut burned to death.<ref>1884 'FATAL FIRE AT BALLARAT.', Hamilton Spectator (Vic. : 1870 - 1918), 2 September, p. 2. , viewed 25 Sep 2016, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article226052527</ref>
 
==Innovations==
 
==Innovations==
 
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Revision as of 12:48, 25 September 2016

There was also a Windsor Arms in Armstrong Street.

The Windsor Hotel was in Ballarat, Victoria, <1862-1884>

Contents

Background

The hotel had several different names of the years[1]:


Site

The Windsor Hotel was in Esmond Street, Ballarat.[2] The hotel was on the south east corner of York Street (formerly Esmond Street) and Dodd Street, Ballarat. Hargreaves describes it as being at the base of Red Hill, and one of the liveliest places in the "digging days."[1]

History

The hotel was mentioned in the newspapers in September 1884 when a small hut behind the hotel burned down, with two people in the hut burned to death.[3]

Innovations

Community Involvement

Works Produced

Workplace Relations

The People

In 1862 the publican was Francis Smith.[2]

Legacies

See also

Notes


References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Hargreaves, John. Ballarat Hotels Past and Present, pg. 19, 1943, Ballarat
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Licencing Court for Publicans," The Star, Thursday 19 June 1862, pg. 4, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article66324943, (accessed January 19, 2014)
  3. 1884 'FATAL FIRE AT BALLARAT.', Hamilton Spectator (Vic. : 1870 - 1918), 2 September, p. 2. , viewed 25 Sep 2016, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article226052527


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