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Fremantle Hotel (&c.) Licensees 1888

Western Mail Saturday 8 December 1888: 8.

FREMANTLE LICENSING MEETING.

MONDAY, DECEMBER 3.

(Before Mr. R. Fairbairn, RM., Mr. D. K. Congdon, Dr. Hope, Dr. Barnett, and Mr. L. W. Clifton.)

The following licenses were granted:— 

General Licenses.

J G Flindell, Pier Hotel
P Hagan, Victoria Hotel
Thomas Wand, Club Hotel
E H Fothergill, Cleopatra Hotel
T F McCarthy, National Hotel
Jarvis Hoult, Pearlers' Hotel
F T Pamment, Freemasons Hotel
A A Davies, Oddfellows' Hotel
and F Caesar, Richmond Hotel.

Notes

The Victoria was where the P&O Hotel is now.
The Club is the Orient.
The Pearlers became the Terminus Hotel.
The Freemasons is the Sail and Anchor.
The Richmond, aka Bridge, is gone.

Wayside Licenses.

Mr Day, Rockingham Hotel; J Bell, Port Hotel.

Hotel Licenses. Charles H Pierce, His Lordship's Larder.

Spirit Merchant's License.

W D Moore A Co., J McCleery, Smith & Newman, G R Woods, W E Marmion, E Solomon, J J Higham, and George Shenton.

Gallon Licenses.

T G Brown, Frank Henderson, Geo. A. Davies, W Sandover, W F Samson, J&W Bateman, B C Wood & Co., Symon, Hammond & Hubble, and J G Wilson.

Wine and Beer.   

W A Fishwick, Star Hotel; Cornelius Glasson, Stanley Hotel; Edward Tonkin, Welsh Harp.

Eating, Boarding, and Lodging House Licenses.

William Smith, Alex. Campbell, Jno. Waldron, Jane Alvarenga, and Henry Makaals.

Colonial Wine.

Geo. A Davies, W and F Easton, and R Davies.

Steamer.

Capt. Theakston for the s.s. Dolphin.

Hawkers' Licenses.

Abraham Kott, Maurice Cohen, Jos. Miller, M Grieff, Barnet Bogalisky, Monsur Abbi, Abdul Rahmin, Hamedeer Rahmin, Kurd Abbas, Mohammed Buff, Abdul Rahman, Balath Hassim, and J Asher.

New Applications.

Messrs. Farmer & Imray for the Commercial Hotel, High-street; granted. Jno Snook, for the Federal Hotel, William-street; granted. John Bick, for the Swan Hotel, North Fremantle; granted. Jos Nowell applied for colonial wine and beer license for   premises in Bannister street. Mr. Shaw was for the applicant, and Mr. Lovegrove opposed the application. The Bench adjourned to consider the matter, and subsequently refused the application.


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