Fremantle Hotels

Licensees 1892

FREMANTLE LICENSING COURT.
MONDAY, 5TH DECEMBER 1892
Before Messrs. R. Fairbairn, R.M., L. W. Clifton, Dr. Barnett, and D. K. Congdon, J.'sP.

GENERAL PUBLICAN'S LICENSES.

The following renewals were granted:—

James Hagan, Victoria Hotel, High-street
Edward Fothergill, Cleopatra Hotel, High-street
A. W. Armstrong, Club Hotel, High-street
William Lohoar, Pearler's Hotel, Packenham-street
Elias Jonas, Commercial Hotel, High-street
James E. Hagan, National Hotel, High-street
Samuel B. Shanks, Federal Hotel, William-street
Otto Wehrstedt, Freemason's Hotel, South-terrace
Alfred A. Davies, Oddfellows' Hotel, South-terrace
Frederick Caeser, Richmond Hotel, Cantonment-road
J. Bick, Swan Hotel, North Fremantle
C. H. Pierce, His Lordship's Larder Hotel, Mouatt-street, Fremantle.

The West Australian, Wednesday 7 December 1892, page 3

Notes

The Victoria was where the P&O Hotel is now.
The Club is the Orient.
The Pearler's became the Terminus Hotel.
The Federal is Rosie O'Grady's.
The Freemason's is the Sail and Anchor.
The Richmond, aka Bridge, is gone.
His Lordship's Larder is His Majesty's.
Frederick Caeser should be Frederick Caesar.


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