|Also known as||Corner of Arden and Abbotsford streets||Source: North Melbourne Library|
|Previous Address||Sunnyside Hotel|
|Style||Victorian : 1840-1890|
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source Photographed by Graeme Butler 1983
Sunnyside Hotel (1868-1904)
source North Melbourne Library
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Subsequent Building Alterations
Heritage Significance and Listings
|Heritage Listings and Explanatory Notes|
|From||To||Owner||More Info||Data Source|
|Castlemaine Brewery||source The Herald 13/11/1903, pg 3|
|1890||John Beggs||source The Argus 7/6/1890 pg 2|
|1868||Joseph & Mary White||source PROV VPRS 5707 1868 volume 13, Rate nos. 2023-2469|
|P. F. Donald||source http://maps.melbourne.vic.gov.au/?_ga=2.75348050.1712151104.1574224088-1620111993.1571808682|
|abt 40 thousand years earlier||1835||Boon Wurrung and Woiwurrung (Wurundjeri) peoples of the Kulin Nation||source https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Victoria|
|From||To||Resident||More Info||Data Source|
|1910||Joseph Fallan||source Sands & McDougall Directories|
|1900||Mrs Susan Agnes Kaumple nee Tangey||source Sands & McDougall Directories|
|1895||Thomas W Tangey|
|1890||1895||Mrs Catherine M Tangey||source Sands & McDougall directory|
|1880||John & Bridget Beggs||source Sands & McDougall Directory|
|1878||1880||Mrs Mary White||source Sands & McDougall Directory|
|1870||1877||John Horrigan||source Sands & McDougall directory|
|1868||1870||Joseph White and Mary White nee Sawyer||source Sands & McDougall Directory 1870|
Advertiser Fri 26 May 1905, Page 2. North Melbourne Courier
ON Friday evening last Mr. and Mrs. Kaumple, of the Sunnyside hotel (one of the houses closed by recent local option movement), were the recipients of presentations from their customers, in the form of a smoker’s companion and an umbrella respectively.
Messrs. Brearley and E. Boyle made the presentations, and in doing so referred to the good qualities of Mr. and Mrs. Kaumple, and wished them every success and. prosperity through life. Mr. Kaumple suitably responded, and then harmony was indulged in, a very pleasant evening being spent.
source North Melbourne Courier 1905
source The Age 1905
Sat 22 Jul 1905 Page 2, Advertising. The Age
WEDNESDAY, 9th AUGUST.
At 3 o’Clock.
On the Premises, NORTH MELBOURNE.
Substantial Two-Story BRICK BUILDING,
Lately Known as Sunnyside Hotel.
Sydney C. ARNOLD and Co. will sell by public auction,
Two-story building, containing bar, splendid cellar. 8 rooms, bathroom, stable and buggy shed, all severed, on land having a frontage of 66 ft. to Arden-street, by a depth along Curzon street of 76 ft. 6in., with a right of way.
A splendid chance to secure a corner property, suitable shop or private house; room at side to build. Title, certificate. Edward Fitzgerald, Esq., solicitor, Bank-place, city.
Keys and further particulars. Sydney Arnold and Co., 18 Queen-street; or 7 Errol-street, North Melbourne.
source The Age 1905
source Geelong Advertiser 1904
Fri 13 Nov 1903 Page 3 SUNNYSIDE HOTEL, The Herald
Objection twenty-seven was to the Sunnyside Hotel, corner of Curzon and Arden streets—licensee.
Susan Agnes Kaumple; owner, Castlemaine Brewery Company.
Mr Fitzgerald appeared for the licensee and owners.
Inspector Graves said the hotel was two-storey building, in good repair, of nine rooms, four for the public, with four beds; nearest hotels, 94, 96, 125, 200, 395, 320. 198 and 235 yards distant. The house occupied a fair business site, was in good repair and fairly furnished. The business was all in the bar. Complaints of trading during prohibited hours were few. The bathroom was of rough construction and small, but clean. There was no lease, and the house was held on a weekly tenancy; rent, £3 per week. Tied house to Castlemaine Brewery.
To Mr Fitzgerald: He had had scruples about putting this home in the objected list, because it was a comfortable little house, clean, and everything about it suggestive of comfortable accommodation for the public. He found himself troubled about leaving It out of the recommended list.
Susan Kaumple, the licensee, said she had held the license for eight years, and, had taken it over from her aunt, who had held it for eight years before her.
source The Herald 1903
source The Age 1901
Tue 4 Sep 1900, Page 7. POLICE INTELLIGENCE. The Age
A RED HOT POKER AS A WEAPON.
Somewhat recovered from the injuries he sustained in an encounter at the Sunnyside Arden-street, on 18th ult., Thomas Kelly, laborer, attended at the North Melbourne court yester-day, to prosecute Thomas Kaumple, husband of the licensee, for assault. There were also cross charges of assault and insulting words preferred by Kaumple against Kelly. Kelly and his brother-in-law, Myers Sullivan, visited the hotel, and called for drinks. but Kelly was slow in producing the money, and Kaumple took the drinks into the bar parlor to supply customers there. Kelly then used insulting words, and picked up a heavy match-stand off the counter to throw at Kaumple, who struck Kelly on the arm with a cricket stump. A scuffle followed. Kelly, it was alleged, endeavored to strike Kaumple with pewter pots and used insulting words, and Kaumple the attacked him with a red hot poker, causing a severe scalp wound and a jagged wound on the face, which was treated at the Melbourne Hospital. On the charge of assault Kaumple was fined 20/, or seven days’ imprisonment, and on the cross charge of insulting words Kelly was also fined 20/, or seven days’ imprisonment. The cross charge of assault was dismissed.
source The Age 1900
Sat 10 Sep 1898 Page 5 Family Notices, The Age
TANGEY.- In loving remembrance of my dear wife, ‘Catherine M. Tangey, who departed this life at her late residence. Sunnyside Hotel, Arden-street, North Melbourne, on the 10th September, 1895.
Three years have passed away today,
Since my dear wife was called away;
The thought still lingers round my heart,
God’s will it was that we should part.
– Inserted by her loving husband, T. W. Tangey, and niece, S. A. Kaumple.
source The Age 1898
Fri 5 Feb 1897, North Melbourne Courier
THE LATE MR. J. BEGGS. – On Thursday evening, 28th January, the deceased in company with a friend, went to the Opera House to witness the performance, and whilst there be had a slight fit of coughing. He put his handkerchief up to mouth, and on taking it away he observed blood on it, and immediately walked out of the theatre, when he was overcome by a rush of blood from the mouth. He was taken to the Melbourne hospital, where he expired shortly after admission. The cause of death was hemorrhage of the langs. Mr. Beggs was the son of the late, John Beggs, who kept the Sunnyside Hotel, in Arden-street, North Melbourne, some years ago, and was well-known in days gone in connection with the Royal Park, North Park, and Essendon Football Clubs, and was always of an unassuming disposition.
source North Melbourne Courier 1897
source The Argus 1890
source The Argus 1878
25 Jun 1870 Page 8 / Family Notices. The Argus
THE Friends of the late Mr. Joseph White (late of the Shamrock and Sunnyside Hotels) are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of Interment, Melbourne General Cemetery. The funeral will leave his late residence, Victoria street, Hotham opposite the Meat Market, THIS DAY, at 3 o’clock p.m. HENRY ALLISON, undertaker, William and Victoria streets. West Melbourne.
source The Argus 1870
First year rated.
Hotham North Melbourne Council Rate Book.
PROV VPRS 5707 book 13, Rate nos. 2023-2469
Name of owner: James White
Type of dwelling: 7 Rooms, brick house and Bar.
source PROV VPRS 5707 book 13
Crown Land Sale 1867
source The Argus 27/8/1867 pg 2
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