temperance hotel


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temperance hotel

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The Miss Alans were found in their beloved temperance hotel near Bloomsbury--a clean, airless establishment much patronized by provincial England.
Poisoning Affair Incident at Manchester Temperance Hotel THE Manchester Police are inquiring into a poisoning affair which occured at a local temperance hotel last night.
BUILT in about 1830 out of Belsay stone quarried just a few hundred yards away, this house certainly has an intriguing history - with previous incarnations as The Temperance Hotel and Arcade House Hotel.
The building dates back to the 1870s and was formerly two hotels - the Tudno Castle and the Temperance Hotel.
Rank: Third Mate Regiment: Mercantile Marine Age: 19 Date of death: 15-6-1915 Buried at: Tower Hill Memorial Fairwater Grove Walter William Elul Barnsley Son of Mr and Mrs Barnsley, of Fairwater Grove, Llandaff; Husband of Jennie Barnsley, of Griffin Temperance Hotel, Blaenau Ffestiniog.
Corbett's Temperance Hotel, later the site of the Head Post Office, in Victoria Square , circa 1875 |
By 1860, adds Terry, there were five hotels in the square: Feathers, Neptune, London, Brunswick and Temperance Hotel.
The project includes five priority buildings The former Temperance Hotel, the former Chamberlain~s House, the Town House / Marriage Rooms, and the tenement blocks called Arklands and Relief Land.
He was born in April 1911 and was the son of Walter and Ellen who owned the Commercial Temperance Hotel in Wards End, Halifax.
It used to be a Temperance Hotel belonging to the movement Band of Hope - now Hope UK - who displayed the welcome sign 'This is a public house without the drink, where men may sit, read, talk or think ,then safely home return'.
But instead of replacing the garments which he lost at the Temperance Hotel in Melbourne, the One Direction star sent his driver to get them back.
Corbett's Temperance Hotel/ Victoria Square House (top left) Corbett's Temperance Hotel in Victoria Square, shown here in 1887, was run as part of the temperance movement, promoting total abstinence and to counter the reputation working people had gained for drunkenness.