Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 23 January 2014 - 8:44pm

Many women, like Alice Sandford, capitalised on laws restricting the sale of alcohol after 6pm by setting up 'sly-grog shops': premises in which alcohol was sold illegally at exorbitant prices. The details of Sandford?s conviction have been lost. DOB: 1889.

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New South Wales. Dept. of Prisons
Friday, 7 August 1925
Many women, like Alice Sandford, capitalised on laws restricting the sale of alcohol after 6pm by setting up 'sly-grog shops': premises in which alcohol was sold illegally at exorbitant prices. The details of Sandford?s conviction have been lost. DOB: 1889.
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Alice Sandford, criminal record number 661LB, 7 August 1925. State Reformatory for Women, Long Bay.
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Alice Sandford, criminal record number 661LB, 7 August 1925. State Reformatory for Women, Long Bay.
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