|Also known as||Di Bella Coffee. Previously The Hotham Arms  1858-1866, closed 1866, reopened 1866, closed 1904|
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|Heritage Listings and Explanatory Notes|
21 Leveson SW corner Raglan and Leveson Streets.
The Hotham Arms  1858-1866, closed 1866, reopened 1866, closed 1904 and since demolished
The Hotham Arms, built as a 10-room public house in 1858, was licensed in 1859 to Edward Nutter. In March 1866, the hotel licence was cancelled for allowing a G.Jones to conduct the business without a licence. Later that year, there was a fire in the building and in December the hotel and furniture were auctioned. Four years later, there was another fine for Sunday trading but the hotel resumed trading and went on until 1904.
The Raglan streets in Victoria were named after a former aide-de-cam p to Wellington who fought in several ill-fated battles in the Crimean War.
Historic Pubs of North Melbourne by Hotham History Project.
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