This is an audio recording about Yallourn’s longest-serving publican. The Yallourn Hotel opened in 1928, with George Dickson Brown the licensee.
The pub was one of the few establishments in town which had to be owned by a civilian and could not be owned by the Commission. There was even a question of legality if the hotel could be built by the Commission.
For some years it looked like the pub would not open, and many people and institutions appreciated it.
This episode looks at the issues relating to the Yallourn Hotel and George Dickson Brown the longest-serving licensee.
This is also related to other content for sale – you can buy the complete current set of the Yallourn Audiobook here.
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BITRATE: 161 kbps
FILE SIZE: 50 MB
FILE TYPE: MP3
DURATION: 42 minutes