1832 Launceston

RENEWALS IN THE COUNTRY
Broad, William, Fox Hunter’s Return, Campbell Town
Brumby, Wm., Crown Inn, Norfolk Plains
Carolan, Patrick, Tasmanian Inn, Cocked Hat Hill
Christie, John, St Andrews Inn, Perth
Clayton, Henry, Norfolk Arms, Norfolk Plains
Daly, Timothy, Harp, High Mount
Gibson, Thomas, Eagle, near Epping Forest
Headlam, John, Macquarie Inn, Macquarie River
Heaney, Richard, Pert Inn, Perth.
Hogg, Gavin, Campbell Town Inn, Campbell Town
MacDonald, Roderick, Rob Roy, Springs
Rosevear, William, Half Way House, Cimitiere Point
Smith, William, Rose Inn, Tamar
Thomas, John G., George Inn, George Town
Trenery, Matthew, Cornish Arms, Campbell Town
White, John, Green Man, Epping Forest
Whitehead, James, Westbury Inn, Westbury
NEW APPLICATIONS IN THE COUNTRY
Bonney, Henry, Hope Inn, Westbury
Connel, John, Woolpack, Jacob’s Sugar Loaf
Devlin, John, St Patrick’s Head, Deloraine
Dibble, William Avoca, Gray’s Arms, Avoca
Dickenson, John, Angel Inn, Ross
Dudley, Thomas, Ship Inn, George Town
Fenner, James, Traveller’s Rest, Norfolk Plains
Haines, Richard, Waterloo Hotel, George Town
James, Joseph, George Town
Lawson, Richard, Jew’s Harp, Fenton’s Ford
Lucas, Charles, Punch Bowl, Magpie Hill
Russell, William, Opossum, White Hills
Sadler, William, Ross Hotel, Ross
Waddingham, Robert, Traveller’s Rest, Big Muddy Plains
Willatt, John, William IV, New River
RENEWALS IN LAUNCESTON
Adams, John, Barley Sheaf, George-street
Aylwin, George, Ship Inn, Charles-street
Bailey, Edward, Horse & Jockey, Sand Hills
Brand, Robert, Edinburgh Castle, Charles-street
Brodie, George S., London Tavern, Cameron-street
Campbell, Neil, Black Swan, Brisbane-street
Connolly, John, Elephant & Castle, Wellington-street
Daniels, John, Ferry House, Bridge-street
Fawkner, John, Cornwall Hotel, Cameron-street
Feutrill, Theophilus, Bricklayers’ Arms, George and York-street
Hardman, Ann, Manchester Arms, Brisbane and John-streets
Hyrons, Benjamin, Spread Eagle, Brisbane-street
Inall, Thomas, Hope & Anchor, George and Cameron-streets
Lenoy, Mary, Cross Keys, George and Cimitiere-streets
Marriott, Thomas, Plough Inn, Charles-street
McClure, James, Royal Oak, Wellington and Elizabeth-street.
Milne, William, Union, George-street
Radford, George, Lame Dog, William-street
Rose, Alexander, British Hotel, Wellington-street
Sevior, John, Falcon, Charles-street
Sommerville, Mungo, Caledonia, Charles-street
Stewart, Alexander, Rose & Thistle, Charles-street
White, Richard, Launceston, Brisbane-street
NEW APPLICATIONS IN TOWN
Dodery, George, Commercial Tavern, John Street
Dunn, John, Sailor’s Return, St John-Street
Hill, John, Sydney Arms, York Street
Howell, Joseph, White Conduit House, Charles-street
Hubbard, George, Deal Cutter, Wharf
Kent, Christian S., Star and Garter, Elizabeth-Street
Ralston, Gavin, Tamar Wine & Spirit Vaults, Charles-street
Solomon, David, Black Lion, Paterson-street
Williams, David, Joiner’s Arms, George and Brisbane-streets

1894 Selby

ORIGINAL LICENSES
Anderson, James, Traveller’s rest Inn, Muddy Plains
Barker, Robert, Woolpack Hotel, Breadalbane
Clear, John Henry, The Newstead Inn, Newstead
Faulkner, Thomas, Post Office Hotel, Lisle
Green Matthew, Swan Inn, King’s Meadows
George, Elijah, Hadspen Hotel, Hadspen
Holloway, John W., Racecourse Hotel, Mowbray
Manser, Charles, St. Leonards Hotel, St. Leonards
Powell, David, Rising Sun Hotel, Prospect
Smillie, Robert, Junction Hotel, Piper River-road
Titmus, William, Golconda Hotel, Golconda

LICENSES HELD BY TRANSFER
Branley, Patrick, Picnic Hotel, Dilston
Kirkwood, Thomas, Retreat Hotel, Invermay
Rosevear, Thomas, Rose Hotel, Rosevears, West Tamar

(Daily Telegraph, 7 November 1894)

1833 Launceston

PUBLICAN’S LICENSES. The following persons have obtained Licenses to retail Wine, Beer, and Spirituous Liquors in -the County of Cornwall for the present year:–

Mungo Somerville, Caledonian, Launceston
Niel Campbell, Black Swan, Launceston
Colin Mc’Kinnon, Arglye Inn, Launceston
James Whitehead, Waggon and Horses, ditto.
Alexander Stuart, Rose and Thistle, Launceston
Thomas Butcher, Lamb and Flag, ditto
William Milne, Union, ditto
George Hamilton, Tamar Wine and Spirit Vaults, ditto
Edmund Bartlett, London Tavern, ditto
George Lucas, Plough Inn, ditto
Mary Lenoy, Cross Keys, ditto
Robert Brand, Edinburgh Castle, Launceston
Joseph Barrett, Mermaid Cottage, ditto
David Williams, Joiners Arms, ditto
Ann Hardman, Manchester Arms, ditto
Thomas Dudley, Rising Sun, ditto
Thomas Cummings, Black Lion, Launceston
George Radford, Golden Lion, ditto
James Yates, Bricklayers’ Arms, ditto
Thomas Kelly, Elephant and Castle, ditto
James M’Clure, Royal Oak, ditto
John Fawkner, Cornwall, ditto
George Aylwin, Ship Inn, ditto
Samuel Hutchinson, Globe Tavern, Launceston
Henry Davis, British, Launceston
John Daniels, Ferry House, ditto
Christian S. Kent, Star and Garter, ditto
Richard White, Launceston Hotel, ditto
Thomas Inall, Hope and Anchor, ditto
Benjamin Walford, King’s Arms, Launceston
John Griffith, Whale Fishery, ditto

IN THE COUNTRY.

Richard Heaney, Perth Inn, Perth
Thomas Marriott, King’s Arms, Longford
George Sinclair Brodie, St. Andrew’s Inn, Perth
Richard Lawson, Jew’s Harp, Fenton’s Ford
John G. Thomas, George Inn, George Town
George Coulson, Friend’s Arms, River Tamar
James Gurney, Rob Roy, Springs
John Scott, Horse and Jockey, Sand Hill
Breton Jones, Sir William Wallace, Magpie Hill
William Russell, Opossum, White Hills
Robert H. Marr, Arrow, King’s Meadows
John Christie, Carrick Inn, Carrick
Robert Waddingham, Travellers Rest, Muddy Plains
Patrick Carolan, Tasmanian Inn, Cocked Hat Hill
William Rosevear, Half-Way House, River Tamar
James Earles, Westbury Inn, Westbury
Margaret Haimes, Waterloo Tavern, George Town
William Dibble, Gray’s Arms, Avoca
John Williatt, Patriot King William IV, South Esk
William Saddler, Ross Hotel, Ross
Gavin Hogg, Campbell Town Inn, Campbell Town
John Dickenson, Sherwood Castle, Ross
William Broad. Fox Hunters’ Retreat, Campbell Town
John Connell, Woolpack Inn, Jacob’s Sugar Loaf
Thomas Gibson, Eagle, Epping Forest.

The Independent, 21 December 1833

1850 Launceston

ANNUAL LICENSING DAY.
Monday last being the annual licensing day, the following justices assemble:.–
Major Welman, Captain Neilley, F. Evans, Esq., W. H. King, Esq., J. Atkinson, Esq,, J. Cameron, Esq., Captain Stewart, R. Wales, Esq., J.A. Wheeler, Esq., J. Sinclair,. Esq., J. Robertson, Esq., W. G. Sams, Esq., J. B. Thomas, Esq., J. R. Bateman, Esq., Captain Friend, Wm. Gunn, Esq., (chairman), A. Thomson, Esq.

The police magistrate remarked that during the past year the licensed houses had all been conducted remarkably well.

ORIGINAL LICENSES.
J. Barrett, Black Horse, corner of Wellington and Elizabeth-streets.–Granted.
Robert Brand, Ship Inn, St. John-street.–Granted
W. Brigg, Dolphin Inn, corner of Wellington and Patterson streets.–Granted,
Wm. Bryant, Market House Tavern, St. John-street.–Granted.
Wm. Bull, Tam O’ Shanter, Canning-street.–Granted.
George Burgess, Tasmanian Inn, Patterson-street.–Granted.
William Carpenter, Elephant and Castle, corner of Frederick and Wellington streets.–Granted.
It. Chugg, Sir William Wallace, Franklin Village.–Granted.
P. Clyne, Cornwall Hotel, Cameron street.–Granted,
William Cook, Bricklayer’s Arms, corner of York and George streets.–refused, on the ground of being badly conducted.
William Dent, Carpenter’s Arms, Charles-street.–Granted.
John Dowling, Jolly Butchers, corner of Charles and York streets.–Granted.
William Duncan, sen., Bull’s Head, Charles street.–Granted.
William Duncan, jun., Jolly Anglers, Bathurst street.–Granted.
John Dyer, Traveller’s Rest, Muddy Plains.–Granted.
James East, Scottish Chiefs, Wellington-street.–Granted.
Thomas Fall, Clarendon Hotel, Evandale.–Granted.
S. Feutrill, Wheelwright’s Arms, Brisbane-street.–Granted.
Thomas Fuller, George Inn, Wellington and Elizabeth streets.–Granted.
H. Godfrey, Horse and Jockey, York-street.–Granted.
J. Green, Hibernia, corner of Brisbane and Bathurst streets.–Granted.
W. Guest, East Bank Inn, George Town road.–Granted.
W. Hedger, White Horse, Patterson-street.–Granted.
Thomas Hill, Enfield Hotel, Brisbane-street.–Granted.
Ellen Hinshaw, Prince of Wales, corner of Wellington and York streets.–Granted.
James Johnson, St. John’s Tavern, Elizabeth-street.–Granted.
John King, Prince of Wales, Evandale.–Granted.
Elizabeth Kitson, Launceston Hotel, Brisbane-street.–Granted.
Stephen Knapper, Steam Packet Tavern, Wharf.–Granted.
Thomas Lawson, Plough Inn, Charles-street.–Granted.
James M’Kensie, Mason’s Arms, Wellington-street.–Granted.
M. Monaghan, Caledonian Wine Vaults, corner of York and Charles-streets.–Granted.
P. Monaghan, Britannia Wine Vaults, Wellington-street.–Granted.
J. Moore, Rose and Crown, Franklin Village.–Granted.
John Morrison, Royal Oak, Evandale.–Granted.
Thomas Neville, White Hart Inn, Wellington-street.–Granted.
Ann O’Halloran, Crown Inn, corner of Bathurst and Elizabeth-streets.–Granted.
W., G. Pilbeam, Albion Inn, Cocked Hat.–Granted.
J. Pischer, Rising Sun, Muddy Plains.–Granted.
N. Poole, Hadspen Inn, Hadspen.–Granted.
Mary Radford, Golden Lion, William-street, Granted.
W. H. Rosevear, West Tamar.–Granted.
R. Scott, Glasgow Wine Vaults, George-street.–Granted.
John Selby, Cart and Plough Inn, Wellington.–. street.–Granted.
W. Smart, Lamb and Flag, York and Bathurst-streets.–Granted.
William Spearman, Union Inn, George-street.–Granted.
Henry Sullivan, Robert Burns, Charles-street.–Granted.
John Sullivan, Wilmot Arms, Wellington and Brisbane-streets.–Granted.
M. Sweeney, Star Inn, Charles-street.–Granted.
Robert Taylor, Gravelly Beach.–Granted.
J. Waldron, Albion Hotel, George and York streets.–Granted.
B. Walford, London Tavern, John and Cameron, streets.–Granted.
Ann Walsh, Prince Albert Inn, Charles and Elizabeth streets.–Granted.
S. Warnes, Commercial Hotel, George and Cimitiere streets.–Granted.
R. Waycott, Sir George Arthur Inn, Sandhill, granted.
Donald Westcombe, Ferry Houses, Tamar-street, granted.
John Williams, Sailor’s Return, River Forth, granted.
John Williatt, Patriot King, Evandale, granted.
Augustus Wood, George Town, granted.

Transfers. CONFIRMED.
E. Bartlett, Port Sorell Inn, Port Sorell, granted.
R. Blake, York Hotel, York-street, granted.
Thomas Brookery, Coach and Horses, Charles and Paterson-streets, granted.
W. Clarke, Exchange Wine Vaults, corner of Charles and Patterson-streets, granted.
Isaac Coote, Angel Inn, Charles-street, granted.
Louisa Gee, Australian and Tasmanian Hotel, Wellington-street, granted.
E. Humphreys, Wharf House, Wharf, granted.
James M. Martin, Edinburgh Castle, corner of Frederick and Bathurst-streets, granted.
Henry Mills, Cross Keys, York-street, granted.
George Summers, Bird-in-hand, Elizabeth-street, granted.
John Williams, Duke of York, Wellington-street, granted.
James Wilson, British Hotel, George Town, granted.

NEW LICENSES.
Thomas Jones, Port Sorell Inn, George Town, granted.
Robert Edwards, Tamar Hotel, East Tamar, granted.

There were four applications for new licenses: Charles Coward, for a house at Mount Direction, H. B. Little, for one at Hadspen, and Joseph Thorn and James Lilly, for houses in Launceston; but as, in consequence, of the lieutenant-governor having limited the number to be issued in this district to sixty-one, there was only one vacancy–caused by the refusal of Cook’s license, the meeting was adjourned until the 17th instant, for the further hearing of the applications.

A great want of order was manifested at the meeting on Monday: on some occasions the confusion and uproar was so great as to prevent the possibility of hearing the names called over by the clerk of the peace.
Launceston Examiner, 4 September 1850

1829 Launceston

Hobart Town Courier, 3 October 1829

A List of persons to whom certificates for Public House Licenses for Cornwall, have been granted by the bench of Magistrates :-
A. Stewart, Rose & Thistle, Charles st. Launceston
A. Drummond, White horse, do.
W. Patten, Hope & anchor, Cameron st.
R. White, Launceston hotel, Brisbane st.
W. Field, Plough, do.
G. Somerville, Caledonian, Charles st.
J. Anderson, Cross keys, George st.
J. Knight, Rising sun do.
R. Henney, Waterloo tavern, Charles st.
P. Carlin, Ship, St. John st.
J. Houghton, Globe, Brisbane st.
J. Hill, St. Andrew, Charles st.
G.Hogg, White Conduit house, do.
J. Daniels, Ferry house, Bridge st.
J. Barratt. Mermaid, Brisbane st.
J. James; George town hotel, George town.
J. Collins, Jolly farmer, South Esk river.
H. Clayton, Norfolk arms, Norfolk plains.
W. Brumby, Crown do.
R. Mold, Spread eagle, do.
W. E. Leith, Rose, Westbury.
A. M’Kennon, Perth inn, Perth.
A. Waddle, Horse & jockey, Sand hill.
W. Hill, Campbell town inn, Campbell town.
W. Broad, Fox hunter’s return, do;

Hobart Town Courier, 3 October 1829

In addition, from the Colonial Times, 20 November 1829
Colonial Times, 20 November 1829

Persons deprived of their license:
William Lear, Albion, Hobart Town
John Fawkner, jun. Cornwall Hotel, Launceston
George Burgess and J. H. Jackson, ditto

1827 Launceston

Hobart Town Courier, 27 October 1827

LIST of LICENSED PUBLICANS
for the YEAR 1827-8
IN CORNWALL.
NAMES SIGN OF HOUSE SITUATION
Robert White, Launceston Hotel, Brisbane-st
James Houghton, Globe, ditto
Henry Boyle, Red Lion, ditto
Thomas Manning, Jolly Sailor, ditto
William Field, Plough Inn, ditto
George Burgess, Black Swan, ditto
Alexander Stewart, Rose & Thistle, Charles-St
Alex. Drummond, White Horse, ditto
Robert Hay Marr, Black Bull, ditto
Robert Towers, Caledonia Hotel, ditto
Robert Heany, Waterloo Tavern, ditto
John Fawkner, Cornwall-Hotel, Cameron-st
William Fulton, Hope & Anchor, ditto
William Hill, Campbell-town Inn, Campbell-town
Alex. McLennon, Plough Inn, Perth
William Brumbey, Crown Inn, Norfolk Plains

CHAS. BETHEL LYONS. Clerk of the Peace

Hobart Town Courier, 27 October 1827

1830 Launceston

Launceston Advertiser, 27 September 1830

LAUNCESTON

OLD LICENSES RENEWED
Alexander Stewart, Rose & Thistle, Charles St
Richard White, Launceston Hotel, Brisbane-st
Joseph Barrett, Mermaid, Brisbane-street
Henry Davis, White Conduit House, do
Jesse Drummond, White Horse, Charles-st
Patrick Carolan, Ship, do
Richard Heaney, Waterloo Tavern, do
Mungo Sommerville, Caledonian, do
John Knight, Rising Sun, George-street
Thomas Inall, Hope & Anchor, Cameron-st
William Mackie, Cornwall Hotel – do
John Daniels, Ferry House, Bridge-street

NEW LICENSES GRANTED
Alexander Wales, Commercial Tavern, Saint John’s-street
John Sinclair Brodie — Cameron-street
Thomas Caryl, College Arms, do
Richard Lawson, Five Al?s, Charles-street
Henry Hinksman, King’s Arms, do
William Milne, Union, George-street
John Conolly, Elephant & Castle, Brisbane-st
James Mc Cluer, Royal Oak, Wellington-st

Launceston Advertiser, 27 September 1830 a

OUT OF LAUNCESTON, BUT IN THE DISTRICT.
Edward Bailey, Horse & Jockey, Sand Hills
William Smith, Rose, Landfall, R. Tamar.
Joseph James, George-town Inn, George-town.
Thomas W. Massey, —— , Benlomond.

Launceston Advertiser, 27 September 1830

1860 Launceston

ANNUAL LICENSING DAY.
LAUNCESTON.
The annual meeting of Justices for the purpose of hearing applications for public house and packet licenses for the Launceston district was held in the Court House on Saturday, the following Magistrates being present—J. Whitefoord, Esq. (Chairman), His Worship the Mayor, the Police Magistrate, Major Welman, Captain Reid, Lieut. Westenhall, James Robertson, James Aikenhead, Archibald Thomson, William Barnes, E. Whiting, John Fawns, J. G. Jennings, W. G. Sams, and John Thompson, Esquires.
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Hotel Accommodation in Launceston (1860)

HOTEL ACCOMMODATION IN LAUNCESTON.

Launceston has long been favorably known for the good character of its hotels, and we believe it was or is in advance of the southern capital. Placed as this town is with regard to the other colonies, it is important that it should always be able to offer to travellers and strangers the comforts and conveniences which every Englishman expects to find in his hotel. We have therefore great pleasure in noticing the improvements which have within a recent period been effected by the enterprise of the proprietors of the leading hotels in Launceston.

First in order of time as well as in reputation we have the Launceston Hotel, where, on the site of one of our Tasmanian antiquities the old “Launceston” a commodious and elegant building was erected between two and three years ago by the present proprietor, Mr. William Carpenter. This building was at once a credit to the proprietor, the architect, and the town. The front in Brisbane street was the first innovation here on tile prevailing style of hotel architecture, and in the internal arrangement of the building convenience and comfort were specially provided for. The centre of the ground floor consists of a public room, 21 feet by 1f feet; the left wing includes a suite of elegantly furnished rooms, securing privacy and convenience; the bar being in the right wing ‘of the building. The upper floor consists of bed-rooms and parlors most conveniently arranged for the accommodation of families and others visitors; and having in front an airy balcony. The billiard-room adjoins the building at the back, and the stables are entered from St John-street. The reputation of this establishment for respectability has been well sustained, and its commanding position and influential country support give it a prominent place amongst the hotels of the colony.
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1870 Launceston

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LAUNCESTON ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING.
The following applications for public house and packet licenses were made and granted at the annual licensing meeting held at the Court House on Thursday, the 1st instant :—

APPLICATIONS FOR RENEWAL OF LICENSES, LAUNCESTON.
William Atkinson, Elephant and Castle, Wellington and Frederick streets
Henry A’Beaven, Edinburgh Castle, Frederick and Bathurst streets
William Bull, Tam O’Shanter, Canning-street
Edward Brooks, Criterion Hotel, St. John-street
William Burston, Fire Brigade, Brisbane street
Thomas Bruff, Horse and Jockey, York-street
John Blackburn, Marine Hotel, Esplanade
Mary Butterworth, Court House Hotel, Patterson and Wellington streets
William Bryant, Ship Inn, wharf
George Brooks, Butcher’s Arms, Bathurst-street
John Cole, All the Year Round, Wellington Road
Benjamin Crow, Market House Tavern, St. John and William streets
Charles Maryon Crookes, Jolly Butchers, Balfour street
Henry Clayfield, Bath Arms, New Town
Andrew Clephane, Carpenter’s Arms, Charles-street
Edward Cawe, Crown lnn, Elizabeth and Bathurst streets
Wm. Chester, White Hart Inn, Wellington-street
Michael Austin Cleary, Cornwall Hotel, Brisbane and Charles streets
Timothy Dynan, Steam Packet Hotel, Lower George-street
Phillip Davis, Glasgow Wine Vaults, George-street
Joseph Dyson, Shakespeare Hotel, Quadrant
William Darcy, Railway Tavern, York-street
Henry Evans, Coach and Horses, Charles-street
Jane Green, Hibernia Inn, Brisbane and Bathurst streets
William Job Harris, York Hotel, York-street
John Hardy, Volunteer Hotel, George and Brisbane streets
Robert Jones, Sydney Hotel, Elizabeth-street
Fredrick Jones, Union lnn, George-street
James Lilly, Salmon and Ball, William-street
James Ley, Royal Arch, George Town Road
Ellen Morrison, Launceston Hotel, Brisbane-street
John Mason, Caledonia Wine Vaults, George and York streets
Margaret M’Cann, Black Horse, Wellington and Elizabeth streets
Robt. F. Mitchell, the O’Connell Hotel, Frankland-street and Wellington road
William Henry Mence, Terminus Hotel, William and Tamar streets
Henry Davy Parr, Royal Hotel, Wellington-street
Elijah E. Panton, Enfield Hotel, Charles-street
Joshua Peck, Queen’s Head, Wellington-street
Patrick Rice, George Inn, Elizabeth and Wellington streets
William Rankin, Royal Oak, Brisbane and Tamar streets
Gavin Scott, Commercial Hotel, George and Cimitiere streets
Joseph White Simmons, Brisbane Hotel, Brisbane-street
Wm. Turner, Bull’s Head, Charles and York streets
George Talmage, City Hotel, St. John-street
Benjamin West, Scottish Chief, Wellington and Canning streets
Feltham Bold Watson, London Hotel, St. John and Cameron streets
Thomas Woods, Shamrock Hotel, Elizabeth-street.

RENEWAL OF LICENSES
DISTRICT OF SELBY
Richard Barker, Woolpack Inn, Breadalbane
James Featherstone, Cricket Club Hotel, Hadspen
David Jones, Scottsdale Tavern, Scottsdale
John Lethborg, Traveller’s Rest, Scottsdale
Josiah Pitcher, Rising Sun
Thos. Rosevear, Rose Hotel, West Tamar
James Thomas Smith, Race Course Hold, Mowbray
Joseph Stanley, Hadspen Hotel, Hadspen
Jas. E. Upton, Newstead Inn, Newstead
Thos. Wootton, Bush Inn, West Tamar.

APPLICATION FROM PERSON HOLDING LICENSES BY TRANSFER.
TOWN.
Henry Thomas Collings, Tasmanian Inn, Patterson-street
Charles Cooley, Star Hotel, Charles-street
Medmer Lushington Goodwin, Prince Alfred Hotel, William street
Eleanor Locke, Prince of Wales, York and Wellington streets
Michael Lawler, Wilmot Arms, Brisbane and Wellington streets
Mary Ann Spearman, Duke of Wellington, Wellington-street
William Spearman, Royal Mail Hotel, Charles and Patterson streets
Thomas Wadham, Plough Inn, Charles and Patterson streets.

DISTRICT OF SELBY.
Thos. Burnett, Traveller’s Rest, Muddy Plains
William Cain Crew, Sir William Wallace, Franklin Village
Randall Risley, Swan Inn, King’s Meadows.

NEW APPLICANTS FOR OLD LICENSED HOUSES.
Town.
Nicholas Gannon, Albion Inn, George and York streets
Henry King, Sportsman’s Hall, Charles and Balfour streets.

Country.
John Baker, Young Town Inn, Young Town
John Moore, Prince of Wales, Franklin Village
Walter Harris, St. Leonards Hotel, St. Leonards.

APPLICATIONS FOR A LICENSE FOR A NEW HOUSE.
William Edwards, Vine Grove House, Scotsdale.

APPLICATION FOR A PACKET LICENSE
George Talmage, steamer Pioneer, trading between Launceston and the North-West Coast.

Charles Edwards, East Tamar Hotel, East Tamar, was the only applicant refused a license.

When the application of Mrs Green for a renewal of the license to the Hibernian Inn was called on, Mr Turnbull asked whether the house was required in the locality. Mr Coulter said it was a necessity, as there was no other public house near it, and it was one of the cleanest and best-conducted houses in town.
The Mayor said Mrs Green was a most industrious, respectable woman who conducted the house admirably. He had visited and inspected the house, and found it a model of cleanliness.
The Chairman added–And that we may assume to be the nearest approach to godliness that can be expected of a publican.
Cornwall Chronicle, 5 December 1870