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James Connell

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James Connell settled in the Upper Yarra in the early 1840s, farming on Calver's Farm. He owned the "Royal Highlander Hotel" between 1836 and 1840. He was connected with the "Bridge Hotel" from 1854 until 1856. Connell owned land in Kew and Hawthorn. He also had a sly grog shop and ran the "Highland Man". Connell sold the Bridge Hotel" to Samuel Boyle in 1856, who renamed it "Bowling Green Hotel". Connell died in 1857.

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