NW cnr of Wellington & York Streets. Google Maps.
Previously corner of Paterson & Wellington Streets
1843 John Hinshaw, Prince of Wales, Paterson & Wellington Streets
1844-45 John Hinshaw, Prince of Wales, Paterson & Wellington Streets
1846-48 John Hinshaw, Prince of Wales, York & Wellington Streets
1849-50 Ellen Hinshaw, Prince of Wales, York & Wellington Streets
1851 Albert Locke, Prince of Wales, York & Wellington Steets
to be continued
John Hinshaw. “Prince of Wales,” corner of Wellington and York streets: no convictions; general conduct good ; but the Police Magistrate thought it necessary to mention that when the chief constable visited the house, he found the landlord under the influence of liquor. Mr. Robertson and Captain Neilley said they found the house clean and respectable. Mr. Tarleton-” Yes, my report says clean and neat, but I thought it right to mention what was reported to me by the chief constable.” Mr. Hinshaw-“That’s what Mr. Midgely never saw me in his life.” Captain Stuart corroborated the statements of the other justices. Mr. Tarleton should not oppose the application, but thought Mr. Hinshaw ought to be cautioned. The Chairman said some thing, and Mr. Hinshaw explained that at the time referred to there was just a joke passed, and nothing further. Granted.
Launceston Examiner, 3 September 1847