ASHBURTON LICENSING COURT
Tuesday, Dec. 9; Before Messrs. P. Guinness (Chairman), and H. T. Winter and C. P. Cox, Commissioners. MBS. bottler's NEW HOTEL. Mr. Crisp appeared in suppor t of the application. It appeared that the buildings were not yet completed, but would be within a fortnight, and the Bench resolved that the license should be granted on Jan. Ist, 1880, if the house was then finished to the satisfaction of the police. NEW HOUSE AT METHVEN. Mr. Robert Patton applied for a license for a house at Methven. This application had been made in June, and adjourned to September; but owing to the illness of Sergeant Felton, who had promised to see to the matter, and the long distance at which the applicant lived from Ashburton, the matter had lapsed. After argument, the Bench allowed Mr. Purnell to make a formal application, and the Court would be adjourned for a month to consider the same. The house would cost from LI,BOO to L 2,000, and would be called the Methvon Hotel. TRANSFER OF LICENSE. The transfer of the Hindhope Hotel from Max Friedlander to Robert Little was confirmed.
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ASHBURTON LICENSING COURT, Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 33, 11 December 1879
ASHBURTON LICENSING COURT Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 33, 11 December 1879
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