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CITY LICENSING APPLICATIONS.

The annual meeting of the Dunedin Licensing Bench will be held on Wednesday, the 15th inst., at the City Court, Maclaggan street. The following are the applications to be disposed of :

TRANSFER OF LICENSES. London Hotel, Princes street.—Thomas Cornish to Junes Macdonald. Baldwin Hotel, Princes Btrcet.-Jamos D. Hutton to Thomas Cornish, Pacific Hotel, King street.—John Lawson to David O’Connor. Royal George Hotel, George street.-Thomas Chapman to John Thomson. Robert Burns Hotel, George street.-Ellen Moloney to Thomas Chapman. . , Caledonia Hotel, King street.-Patrick Cotter to John M. Shearer. Prince Alfred Hotel, King street.-Wil lamCormack to Sarah Sinclair. Pier Hotel, Jetty street.—Annie Edmonds to William Heffernan. Official Assignee to Robert Wilson (bottle license, George street). Robert Wilson to James D. Wilson (bottle license, King street), NEW APPLICATION. Douglas Harris Hastings for publican’s license for New Zealand Exhibition buildings. RENEWALS. There are seventy-nine renewa’s of applications for eleven o’clock licenses for hotels, and twenty-six applications for renewals of bottle Beerses (eleven south of the Octagon and fifteen at the north end). Two holders of bottle licenses at the north end of the City have not lodged applications for renewals this year. .

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CITY LICENSING APPLICATIONS., Issue 7907, 15 May 1889

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CITY LICENSING APPLICATIONS. Issue 7907, 15 May 1889

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