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Latest revision as of 16:50, 20 November 2015

Importance of Hotels Pubs and Shanties

The importance of Hotels Pubs and Shanties has not changed. Any town had at least one hotel. Many a selector or other person sold grog to weary travelers from the many unregistered road side shanties.

The hotels pubs and shanties were one of the key centres of community life. Many hotels had billard halls and theatres attached.

Beer was expensive by comparison. (Argus2/4/61)

Towns like Beechworth and Benalla had their own breweries. Spirits had more alcohol and many drinkers saw things like whiskey as better value. In many places they would mark the bottle and give it to you and charge you for amount you drank at the end. Often 'whiskey' was just a name that was used to cover the local product.

The authorities thought Sly Grog was a problem (Ensign22/9/1874)

The shanty keepers, a good story. (Kilmore26/9/1878)

Where there more shanties than hotels (Alexandra3/3/1871)

The Hotels Pubs and Shanties of the Kelly Country

Albion

Albion

Australian

Bambrick's Hotel

Bolam's Hotel

The Border City Hotel

Bridge Hotel

Bridge Hotel

Broken River Hotel

Bourkes

Bunney's

Caledonian

Caledonian

Cathcart's Alpine Hotel

Clancy's Hotel

The Club

The Club

Commercial

Commercial

Commercial

Commercial

Commercial

Commercial

Commercial

Corner Hotel

Cornwall

Court House Hotel

Craven’s Hotel

Criterion

Criterion

Cumberland Hotel, Wunghnu

Cumberland Hotel

DeBoos Hotel

DeBoos Hotel

Delaney's

Dreyer’s Hotel

Dunlop's

Eagle

Empire Hotel

Empire Hotel

Empire Hotel

Emu

The Exchange

The Exchange

The Exchange

Farmers Arms

Fermoy

Fox's Railway Hotel

Freemasons

Freemasons Hotel

The Gap Hotel

Gap Inn

The Gap

Gapstead Inn 10 miles from Beechworth (Argus13/2/79)

Gardiner’s Hotel

Glenrowan Inn

The Globe

Goldseekers

Golden Age Hotel

Golden Age

Golden Ball Hotel

The Halfway Hotel

Hamilton's Hotel

Harp of Erin

Harp of Erin

Hart’s hotel

The Headquarters

Hibernian Hotel

Highlander Inn

Hit or Miss Hotel

Hogan's

Hopwood

Horse and Jockey Hotel

Hunt Club Hotel

Jones's Glenrowan Inn

Julien's

Junction Hotel

Junction Hotel

Kelly Mrs

Kelson's Hotel

Ketts Bulls Head Hotel

Kitts Hotel

Keotong Hotel

Lauriston Hotel

Lewis' Hotel

Lindsay’s shanty

Lord Byron's Hotel

McDonnell Railway Hotel

Martell's

Menzies Hotel

Mill Hotel

Miners Exchange hotel

Miners Right Hotel

Montezuma Hotel

Moores Hotel

Mountain View Hotel

Murdoch's Hotel, Murray Hotel

National Hotel

Newmarket Hotel

O'Keefe's Hotel

O'Leary's Hotel

Olivers Hotel

Oxley

The Pastrol

Pet Lamb

Pioneer Bridge

Plough Inn

Post Office Hotel

Powell's Hotel

Prince of Wales

Redman's Hotel

Riverina Hotel

Richardson's shanty

Rock of Cashel

Rose and Crown

Rose Shamrock and Thistle

Royal George Hotel

Royal Hotel

Royal Hotel

Royal Hotel

Royal Hotel

Royal Mail Hotel

Royal Mail Hotel

Royal Mail Hotel

Royal Oak Hotel

Sawmill

Shamrock Hotel

Shamrock Hotel

Shamrock Hotel

Smithville Hotel

Sportman's Arms

Star Hotel

Star Hotel

Star Hotel

Star Hotel

Star Hotel

Star Hotel

Star Hotel

Steam Packet Hotel

Sydney Hotel

Terminus

Victoria

The Victoia Hotel

Victoria Inn

The Vine Hotel

The Vine Hotel

Violet Town Inn

Tallangatta Hotel

Tattersalls Hotel

Transwell's Commercial Hotel

Travellers Rest Hotel

Union Hotel

United Ovens Hotel

Wahgunyah Hotel

Wanderer Inn

Wangaratta Hotel

Washington Hotel

White Hart Hotel

Whorouly Hotel

Whorouly Bridge Hotel

Winton

Woolpack

Woolshed Inn

Wunghnu, Cumberland Hotel

Yackandandah Hotel .

People involved with Hotels Pubs and Shanties

Allen G

Askew W

Baker

Bambrick

Mrs Batchelor

Becroft

Bignell

Blain

Boat

Bunney

Bussey

Cairns

Campbell

Cathcart

Clancey G

Clark J S

Clark

Clark John

Cohen Miss

Colbert J

Costello John

Cotetrell Mrs

Cox

Craven

Cupples

Davidson

Delaney

Dodd

Dudley-Walker, Fred

Dunlop

Fitzgerald T

Fletcher

Forbes

Gardiner

Hamea

Hay James.

Hanlon

Hart

Hogan

Holloway

Johnston T

Jones, Anne

Jones, David

Jones, Lewis

Jones

Keane Mr P

Kelly Mrs Ellen

Kerr

Ketts Henry

Kiernan William

Kilfoil

King

Lambs Hotel

Lee

Lewis

Lindsay

Lovick William

Mackie

Marshall

Mayor S

McAlister

McDonald Donald

McDonnell Patrick

Martains Petre

Martin

Mitchell William

Moon

Moore

Morris

Moxham, Henry

Murphy Martin

Murray

Nichols John

O'Brien

O'Donnell

O'Keefe

O'Leary

Osborne, C

Painter, William

Pankhurst Richard

Payne W

Pool

Price

Pyke

Reau, Camille

Ryan, Patrick

Richardson

Richardson A

Rhodes J

Shelswell John

Smith WV

Spencer George

Sumpton John

Sykes Mrs Anne

Underwood Mr J

Vincent B @

Walker, Fred Dudley

Wallace JA @ @ @ @ @ @

Webb T H @

Williams

Wright Joseph

Vandenberg

Links to the KellyGang

The KellyGang held up people in the Glenrowan Inn, but they also drank in pubs, met their sympathizers and swapped information with the locals right across the Kelly Country.

Other important hotels and shanties include Julian's , Cox's Royal in Jerilderie (next to the bank), O'Learys Benalla (home of the senior police) and McDonalds (the Kellys drinking hole in Glenrowan)