1890 Westbury district

Notice is hereby given that I have duly received the following applications for Justices’ Certificates approving of their receiving public-house licenses:

William Smith, the younger, Berriedale Inn
James Walkden, the Hope Inn
Elias Sydney Drake, Western Railway and Commercial Hotel
Thomas Harding, the Westbury Inn

Elizabeth Roe, the Hagley Hotel

William Selby, the Carrick Hotel
Thomas Goss, the Prince of Wales Hotel

Joseph Nixon, the Marsh Inn

Elizabeth Emery, the Enfield Hotel

John Mann, the Royal Oak

Dated at Westbury this 31st day of October, 1890

Launceston Examiner, 7 November 1890

1846 Launceston & some country

ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. About thirty Justices assembled on Tuesday. According to expectation there was much discussion, and many old publicans lost their licenses. We shall report the proceedings fully in our next, but have only space at present to insert a list of the applications granted and refused.

John Ashton, Good Woman, Bathurst-street
John Barrett, Black Horse, Wellington and Elizabeth-streets
Edmund Bartlett, Bricklayer’s Arms, George and York-streets
Robert Brand, Ship Inn, St. John street
William Brean, Cross Keys, York-street
William Brig, Dolphin, Patterson and Wellington streets
James Burns, Steam Packet and Family Hotel, Wharf
Edward Butler, Young Queen, George Town
Wm Jones, East Tamar Inn, George Town Road
W. Mariner, Marrow-bone & Cleaver
Matthew Mason, Opossum, Patterson’s Plains
William Mason, Elephant & Castle, Wellington street
Patrick Monaghan, Britannia, Wellington street
Joseph Moore, junior, Rose & Crown Franklin Village
Thomas Neville, White Hart, Wellington-street
William George Pilbeam, Albion Inn, Springs
Josiah Pitcher, Rising Sun, Westbury road
James Purslowe, Union Inn, George and Brisbane-streets
Robert Radford, Horse & Jockey, York-street
Henry Reading, Edinburgh Castle, Elizabeth-street
Richard Ruffin, Sir William Wallace Inn. Franklin Village
Rd. Scott, Glasgow Wine Vaults, George street
John Selby, Cart & Plough, Wellington street
B. Sweeney, Star Inn, Charles-street
Robert Taylor, Exchange Wine Vaults, Charles street
E. Thomas, George Inn, Wellington and Elizabeth streets
Walter Thompson. Carpenter’s Arms, Charles-street
Joseph Thorn, Coach and Horses, Charles and Patterson streets
Thomas Turner, Jolly Butcher, Charles and York streets
John Whitbread, Traveller’s Rest, Circular Head
J. Whitehead, Cornwall Hotel, Cameron street
R. Scott, Scottish Chief, Wellington-street
Nicholas Clark, Wilmot Arms, Sand Hill Road
J. H. Cordell, Ferry House, Bridge
Charles Coward, Tamar Inn, George Town Road
Thomas Fall, Patriot King, Evandale
James Ferguson, Circular Head
Samuel Feutrill, Wheelwrights’ Arms, Brisbane and George-streets
MI. O’Halloran, Crown Inn, Elizabeth and Bathurst-streets
John Hinshaw, Prince of Wales, Wellington street
Benjamin Hyrons, Angel Inn, Charles street
James Johnston, Freemason’s Tavern, Charles and Elizabeth-streets
Thomas Jones, British Hotel, George Town
John Morrison, Royal Oak, Evandale.

Edward Broderick, Freemasons’ Tavern, Bathurst-street
William Bull, Tam O’Shanter, Windmill Hill
William Kelham, Albion, George and York-streets
John King, York Wine Vaults, York-street
Ml. Monaghan, Caledonian Wine Vaults, Charles and York streets
William Morriss, Anchor and Hope, Wellington-street
William Pearson, Wool Pack, Wellington-street
Joshua Peck, Australian and Tasmanian Hotel, Wellington-street
Charles Ratcliffe, Mermaid Inn, Tamar, (withdrawn by applicant:)
Samuel Story, London Inn, St John and Cameron Streets
?, Brisbane-street
William Clarke, Sawyers’ Arms, Brisbane and Tamar-streets
Wm. Duncan, Bull’s Head, Charles and Brisbane streets
S. Jones, Mason’s Arms, Hadspen.

OLD TRANSFERS CONFIRMED.-Thomas Beck, Duke of York, Wellington-street
Thos. Burnett, Traveller’s Rest, Muddy Plains
P. Cunningham, Bird-in-hand, George-street
Ed. Greenbanks, Enfield Hotel, Brisbane-street
M. A. Johnson, White Horse, Patterson-street
J. M’Kenzie, Hadspen Inn, Hadspen
William Kitson, Launceston Hotel, Brisbane-street
M. O’Meara, Hibernia Hotel, Bathurst-street
John Mills, Plough Inn, Charles street
William Peck, Prince of Wales, Evandale
George Radford, Golden Lion, William-street
Robert Sutherland, Tasmanian Inn, Patterson-street
S. Warnes, Commercial Hotel, George-street
R. Waycott, Sir George Arthur, Sand Hill.

Moses Josephs, Sportsman’s Hall, Charles-street
A. Mathieson, Wharf House, Wharf
S. Murphy, Plough Inn, Evandale
Richard Wicks, Young Queen, Elizabeth-street

It. R. McLachlan, Waterloo Hotel, George Town.

Wm. Bryant, Market House, St. John-street
Edgar Carlton, Irish Harp, East Tamar
William Forbes, Rain bow Inn, Brisbane-street
George Goldstraw, Wheat Sheaf, York and Wellington-streets
James Hann, Wheat Sheaf, Wellington-street
John Hills, Australian Wine Vaults, George street
Joseph Law, Burnie Tavern, Emu Bay
Edward Laurence, Patriotic Six, Launceston
Jns. Madden, Irish Harp, Elizabeth street
Joseph Monks, Painters’ Arms, York-street
Rosetta Sutherland, Robin Hood and Little John, Patterson’s Plains
Wm . Titmus, Bee Hive, Brisbane street
Adam Yates, Royal Oak, Sand-hill.

The meeting was adjourned until to-day for taking the recognizances, and for a fortnight, according to the Act, for re-hearing the rejected applications.

Launceston Examiner, 2 September 1846

More detailed report.

Babes in the Wood

(Elizabeth between Bathurst & Wellington?)
York & Wellington Streets

1837-38 George Williams, Babes in the Wood
1838 Thomas Garrard, Babes in the Wood, York & Wellington Streets

George Williams, of the Babes in the Wood, appeared to answer the complaint of District Constable Peel, for harbouring Christiana Johnson, a prisoner in the service of Mr. Lang. Constable Allsworth deposed, that on Sunday the 18th inst., about halfpast 11 at night, he was on duly with constable Warby, in Elizabeth-street, and hearing a noise in Mr. William’s house, they demanded and obtained admittance; they found the woman Johnson in a back room, where there were two or three men ; on asking her who she was, she at once admitted she was a prisoner, when they took her into custody ; did not hear Mr. Williams accuse her of having represented herself to him as a free woman ; Johnson did not say to deponent, “you know me Johnny. — I have done it.— You have no business with me.”

Constable Warby sworn— accompanied the last Witness on the occasion referred to ; remembers the woman said, addressing herself to him, — “You have no business with me, Johnny, you know I have done it.” The woman was now called in and examined, she corroborated the evidence of Allsworth, and denied using the words imputed to her by Warby, but, two free men named Jones and Welsh contradicted her statement on oath, and maintained that she did ; they represented themselves to be lodgers in the house of Mr. Williams, and recollected their landlady asking the woman when she first came to the house in company with a man, whether she was free, when she replied she was ; they remembered also the words of the woman. Williams offered to call further evidence, but the Bench decided that it was his duty to have insisted on seeing her certificate when the woman said she had done it, and sentenced him to pay a fine of £2 and costs.

It is perfectly clear that constable Allsworth perjured himself in this case, and the Magistrates will do well to be careful how they receive his evidence in future.— ED.
Cornwall Chronicle, 31 March 1838

Hobart Town Courier, 24 May 1839

This might be relevant:

An information against Thomas Garrard, publican, was withdrawn, being informal
Cornwall Chronicle, 25 May 1839

Not finding the hotel you want?

There’s 130 completed posts on this blog, which means there are 130 hotels that I’ve tracked.
But there’s another 88 in drafts (started but not finished) and probably half that again that I have yet to do anything on, and realistically, I might not get to them as I’m busy with other projects. New projects are shiny and want attention. But… I still like to work on these when I have a reason. So, if you have an interest in an old hotel (your great-grandmother ran it, you’ve driven past it, you’ve heard the name and wondered where it was), drop me a comment below and come back in a few days weeks. (And yes, I’m do sometimes wander out to the nearby towns, although I can’t guarantee I have current photos for all those.)

Woolpack Inn

Cnr Brisbane & Bathurst Sts
Wellington Street

1844 Robert Pearson, Woolpack Inn, Brisbane & Bathurst Streets
1845 Robert Pearson, Woolpack, Brisbane & Bathurst Streets
1846 Robert Pearson, Woolpack, Wellington Road/Sandhill

Launceston Advertiser, 16 November 1844

Robert Pearson, Wool Pack Inn, Sand-Hill.- Mr. Bartley objected on account of the house being dirty and ill-furnished; also applicant living in a state of adultery.-Unanimously refused.
Cornwall Chronicle, 2 September 1846

Hibernia–Verandah Wine Vaults–Jubilee

72-74 Bathurst Street.  Google Maps.
SE cnr Brisbane & Bathurst Streets. Google Maps.

Bathurst and Brisbane St, 2009.

1835 Josiah Pitcher, the Hibernia, Bathurst Street
1836-38 Josiah Pitcher, Hibernia/Hibernian Inn, Launceston
1839-40 Joseph Fossey, Hibernia Hotel, Bathurst Street
1840-41 Walter Hobson, Hibernia Inn/Hotel, Bathurst Street
1841-42 John Green, Hibernia Hotel, Bathurst Street
1842-45 William Lewis, Hibernia Hotel, Bathurst Street
1845 Edward Potts, Hibernia Hotel, Bathurst Street
1845-46 Thomas Dudley, Verandah Wine Vaults, Bathurst St
1846-47 Michael O’Meara, Hibernia, Bathurst Street
1847-49 Benjamin Walford, The Hibernia, Brisbane & Bathurst Streets**
1849-61 John Green, Hibernia (Inn), Brisbane & Bathurst Streets
1862-85 Jane Green, Hibernia Inn/Hibernian Hotel, Brisbane & Bathurst Streets
1885-86 Alfred Green, Hibernia Inn, Brisbane & Bathurst Streets
1886-97 George Green, Hibernia Inn, Brisbane & Bathurst Streets
1897 Francis Green, Hibernia Hotel, Brisbane & Bathurst Streets
1898 Walter David Johnston, Hibernia Hotel, Brisbane & Bathurst Streets
1898+ Walter David Johnston, Jubilee Hotel, Brisbane and Bathurst streets
**Change of location

Later Victoria Hotel. Now (2017) Irish Murphy’s. The current Art Deco facade dates from the 1930s. I can’t find any photos prior to this.

Photo 1942 (Jubilee Hotel, as best I can tell.)
Photo 1991

Continue reading Hibernia–Verandah Wine Vaults–Jubilee

Bull’s Head

Wellington Street, Sandhill/South Launceston
SW cnr Charles & Brisbane Streets. Google Maps.
Charles Street
NW cnr Charles and York Streets. Google Maps.

1834-36 William Collins, Bull’s Head, Wellington Street/Main Road
1836-43 William Collins, Bull’s Head, Charles & Brisbane Streets
1843-50 William Duncan, Bull’s Head, Charles & Brisbane Streets (burnt down)
1850 William Duncan sen., Bull’s Head, Charles Street
1851-57 William Duncan, Senr., Bull’s Head, Charles and York Streets
1857-58 Alexander Duncan, Bull’s Head, Charles and York Streets
1858-66 John Burns Thompson, Bulls’ Head, Charles & York Streets
1866-71 William Tuner, Bull’s Head, Charles & York Streets
1871 Henry Millbank, Bull’s Head, Charles & York Streets
1871 Elizabeth Woods, Bull’s Head, Charles & York Streets

Cornwall Chronicle, 19 September 1836

Cornwall Chronicle, 3 December 1836
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Harrow Inn – Sir George Arthur

Sandhill/Kings Meadows

1833-35 Robert Hay Marr, Harrow, King’s Meadows
1836 Robert Hay Marr, Harrow, Sand Hill
1840 William Bourne, Traveller’s Rest, Sand Hill – refused
1841 Patrick Walsh, Harrow Inn, Sand Hill
1842-43 Patrick Walsh, Sir George Arthur Inn, Sand Hill
1843-44 Thomas Archer, Sir George Arthur Inn, Sand Hill
1844-45 James Monaghan, Sir George Arthur Inn, Sand Hill
1845-46 Nicholas May, Sir George Arthur Inn, Sand Hill
1846-54 Richard Waycott, Sir George Arthur Inn, Sand Hill
1854 William Gaylor, Sir George Arthur Inn, Sand Hill
1854-59 George Horder, Sir George Arthur Inn, Sand Hill
1859-60 William Saggers, Sir George Arthur Inn, Sand Hill
1860 George Horder, Sir George Arthur Inn, Sand Hill – not taken up

Launceston Advertiser, 4 June 1835

Cornwall Chronicle, 15 October 1836
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Globe (2)

1833 Samuel Hutchinson, Globe, Canning St
1834 Samuel Hutchinson, Globe, Elizabeth & Wellington Streets*
1834 James Corbett, Globe, Canning Street**

This might be the same site as the King’s Arms, as John Ashton appears to have moved the Arms to Elizabeth and Wellington Street in late 1834.

**Might not be the same site as previously.

Mr. Samuel Hutchinson of the “Globe Tavern” has had his License transferred from his new Residence in Canning street, to those well situated’ premises at the angle of Elizabeth and Wellington streets, belonging to Mr. John Ashton.
The Independent, 8 March 1834

Last mention of Hutchinson & Globe. (Independent, 7 June 1834)

Hobart Town Courier, 22 August 1834
Hobart Town Courier, 22 August 1834

Independent, 6 September 1834