Sawyer’s Arms (2) – Royal Oak Hotel (2)

Cnr Tamar & Brisbane Streets.
c. 1844

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Cornwall Chronicle, 15 February 1851

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Cornwall Chronicle, 10 September 1851

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Cornwall Chronicle, 5 August 1857
Cornwall Chronicle, 5 August 1857

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From Annual Licensing Meeting, 1882:
On the application of Joseph W. Bossward for a licence for the Royal Oak Hotel, Brisbane and Tamar streets, being read, the Mayor said the arrangement of the rooms of the house was not at all what they should be, and a renewal was granted conditionally on certain improvements being made.
Examiner, 2 December 1882

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From Annual Licensing Meeting, 1884:
John Thompson applied for a transfer for the house known as the Royal Oak, situate in Brisbane and Tamar streets, from Joseph Wm. Bossward. Mr. Coulter said he had no objection. The applicant had taken the house on a long lease, and was about to rebuild it.
The transfer was granted.

Examiner, 4 November 1884

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