PUBLICANS' LICENCES. A T THE ANNUAL MEETING for the -LX. Province of Canterbury holden in May 1861, the under-mentioned Publicans' Licenses were granted for the Year beginning- Ist July next. GENERAL LICENCES. LYTTELTON. Cameron, Peter, Robin Hood Collier, John, Albion Heaphy, William, Universal Julian, Joseph William, Mitre Olson, Frederick, Canterbury SUMNER. Day, George, Canterbury Arms akaroa. Daly, James, Commercial Scarborough, George, Bruce's Waeckerle, Christian Jacob, French Hotel CHRISTCHURCH. Barrett, Thomas C., Barrett's Hotel Birdsey, John, Birdsey's British Hotel Cuff, John, the Royal Davis, Rowland, the Lyttelton Newton, Charles, the White Hart Oakes, John Peter, the Golden Fleece Tribe, George H., Stringer's Whale, John, and Banks, James, the Royal Oak J Woodman George Braund, Christchurch Club House kaiapoi. Boddington, Henry, the Northern Day, George F., Kaiapoi Hotel Felton, Joseph, the Courtenay Arms Jackson, George, the Ferryman's Arms White, William, the Kaikainui - TIMARU. Allen, William, Royal Hotel Williams, Samuel, Timaru Hotel Mason, George Thomas W., Washdyke Creek COUNTRY DISTRICT. Dilloway, John, Plough Inn, Riccarton Meddmgs, William, Papanui Hotel, Papanui Panckhurst, Edward, City of Canterbury Woodend J> Pearce, Edwin, Heathcote Arms, Ferry Tankard, Henry, Sawyer's Arms, Papanui Treleaven, Samuel, Bridge Inn, Great North road RANGIORA. Foster, Thomas Wilberfoss, the Lion Papprill, Joseph William. Rangiora Hotel WINE AND BEER LICENCES. LYTTELTON. Gosnell, William, the Victoria, London street Lumley, George, and Thompkins, Thomas Bowhill, Railway, London and Canterbury streets CHRISTCHURCH. Atkinson, Thomas, Boarding house Collins, James, Family hotel Green, Charles, Green's King, John, and Hodge, Henry, Shearer's Arms Mann, James, Al Mummery, James Ruddenklau, John George KAIAPOI. Everest, David, Exchange Hammett, William Jeffs, Benjamin COUNTRY DISTRICTS. Silk, Alfred, River street, Heathcote RANGIORA. Solomon, Stephen ' CONDITIONAL LICENCES. BANKS PENINSULA. WOOD, THOMAS, Purau. 1. All the premises to be kept in good repair. To provide in his house, besides the tap-room, or room answering as such, one public and one private sitting room. 2. Not less than six beds for travellers in not less than three separate bedrooms. 3. To provide a shed sufficiently weather tight and fit for the accommodation of at least four horses. 5. To keep at alll times a proper supply of oats and oaten or grass hay. 8. To keep a lamp burning with two | burners from sunset to sunrise, giving a sufficiently bright light, and being so lighted as to be conspicuous from a distance from the i house. Conditions 4, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15 and 16, same as William Weeden's, noted below. 6, 7, 9 and 13, nil. SHADBOLT, BENJAMIN, "Traveller's Rest," head of Akaroa Harbour. 1. All the premises to be kept in good repair. To provide in his house, besides the tap-room, or room answering as such, one public and one private sitting-room. 2. Not less than six beds for travellers in not less than four separate bedrooms. 3. To provide a shed sufficiently weathertight and fit for the accommodation of at least two horses. 4. 5, 8, 10,11,12,14,15 and 16, same Weeden's, noted below. 6, 7, and 9, nil. 13. To keep at all times a safe ferryboat , (punt) in good working order and ready for conveyance of passengers between the town of Akaroa and the head of the harbour, between the hours of 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. in summer, and between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. in winter. The lare for passsengers to be ss. each for single passengers, 3s. 6d. for each passenger when more than ( one. Officers of Supreme Court, Magistrates, and police constables , on duty and prisoners to be ferried
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5, Lyttelton Times, Volume XV, Issue 896, 12 June 1861
Page 5 Advertisements Column 5 Lyttelton Times, Volume XV, Issue 896, 12 June 1861
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