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Lost pubs of Adelaide

Castle Inn, Hindley Street, 1966

Photo taken 01 January 1966

State Library Catalogue Reference: B 16852

State Library of South Australia, photographer

North-west corner of Hindley Street and Morphett Street. The Joiners' Arms was previously adjacent to this site from 1839-1847 when the Castle Inn was built. The design of the building in this photograph dates from 1953. It was demolished in 1966.

Discovered in the bar of the Castle Inn, Hindley street, on Sunday after noon, after having consumed a pint of beer, Albert S. Murphy, admitted his offence to two plainclothes constables. In the Adelaide Police Court on Monday morning he pleaded guilty to a charge of having unlawfully obtained liquor, and was fined £5 by Mr. L. H. Haslam, S.M.'
The Daily Herald, Tuesday 10 June 1924, page 2

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