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Ernest Augustus Muling, French Chef

Ernest Augustus Muling (1861-1949) was a Frenchman by birth (in Blumenau), an Englishman by nationality, and a chef by profession.

He came to Vancouver from Brisbane, Australia where he seems to have spent his twenties and early thirties and where his first two children were born (May and Madeleine, also known as Madge); Ernest’s wife, Annie (1868-1942) was born in England. 440 more words


The Grosvenor Hotel, Eastgate Street, Chester - Circa 1865

An excerpt from an Old Guide Book Of Chester (1865)

The old building called The Royal Hotel occupied the site of the present structure (Grosvenor Hotel Built 1865) had been long found very inconvenient and ill adapted for carrying on the large amount of business which devolved upon it as the principal hotel of the city. 524 more words


Haunted Hotels of New York City

When you select a hotel room does whether the hotel has a reputation for being haunted come into the decision or not?  Personally, I would like the idea of a spot of casual ghost spotting after seeing the sights of the city but I know for others, the idea of running into a real phantom after watching Phantom of the Opera is their idea of a nightmare.  634 more words

Ghosts & Hauntings

May newsletter now available

The May newsletter has a profile of our members Real Home, information about our next meeting and an invitation to a business networking event for the Wellness industry. 6 more words


May meetup

Our May meeting will be at 12.30 on 18 May at the Grosvenor Hotel. Please sign up on the Meetup Page if you would like to come along, or… 12 more words


Grosvenor Hotel, Ultimo - Man kicked to death

IN the early hours of New Year’s morning a horse trainer named Robert Crooks, 28, was brutally done to death in Quay-street, Ultimo.

Crooks received dreadful injuries at the hands and feet of his cowardly assailants; but,notwithstanding the fearful nature of his injuries, did net succumb until this morning. 983 more words

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