Sarah Hayes is a research fellow in archaeology and history at La Trobe University.
Article about alleged sly grog selling at 17 Casselden Place, The Age December 24, 1913.
"One thing we were promised would not happen was the 'all-inclusive says Valisce.Rubbish discarded in her cesspit indicates a very different class of brothel.They will also run master classes and tastings."I exited first emotionally, then physically and lastly intellectually she says.Photo: An absinthe bottle recovered from Mrs Bond's rubbish pit.Wherever theres money involved you will track crime, he said.Quite often we find people who are scared and vulnerable and coerced into those roles, Commander Craig Palmer said.
Its modern day slavery.

Valisce used the money to run away to Auckland, where she checked into the ymca.Valisce set up a group called Australian Radical Feminists and was soon invited to a conference.Photo: The Age archives, the cottage, built in 1877, has somehow survived rampant development five sister cottages were demolished in the 1960s."It's not my goal to trap people in the industry or tell meeting random guys for sex anyone to go get out she says.If its a private number, I wont answer.It somehow made what she was doing seem more palatable.Nor do we often meet these women in our history books.But we don't hear people say "my mexican whore anal great-great-grandmother was a sex worker".

Mary Williams's disorderly house, around the corner and down a side street, Mary Williams rented two very basic, detached two-room cottages from Mrs Bond.