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LICENSED to OPEN TILL 10pm, 1864 - Auckland & Russell

Journal by ngairedith

Daily Southern Cross, 15 August 1864
LICENSED to KEEP OPEN TILL 10 o'clock p.m.

... List of persons to whom "Publicans," Licenses have been issued by the Provincial Treasurer under certificate from the Licensing Magistrates, 30th June 1864, to keep open till 10 o'clock p.m.:-

* Kirby Redgment ANDREWS (1825-1895)
from Marylebone
... the CROWN HOTEL, Auckland
New Zealand Herald, 24 January 1896 We regret to have to chronicle the death of one of our oldest and most respected citizens, Mr Kirby Redgment Andrews, who died at his late residence, Albert-street, on Dec. 29, at the age of 71. Deceased arrived here in the ship 'Arithnesia' 43 years ago

* William ATKINS
... the WELLINGTON HOTEL, Auckland

* Alfred BARCHARD (1828-1896)
... the WHARF HOTEL, Auckland
New Zealand Herald, 2 October 1896 Another old citizen has passed away in the person of Mr Alfred Barchard, at the age of 68. Mr Barchard arrived her in the year 1840 in the ship Duke of Portland, in the same vessel as the late Mr Thomas Macky. On his arrival he commenced business at the corner of Victoria Lane. He subsequently opened the Wharf Hotel, and at the opening of the Thames goldfield he was one of the first on the field, where he started business as hotelkeeper in Pollen-street. Latterly he has been living in retirement. For some years he held the position of Lieutenant in the Auckland Navals. Deceased leaves a widow and grown up family

* James Curtis BOND (1819-1864)
... the CRITERION HOTEL, Auckland
James died 3 months later
Daily Southern Cross, 30 September 1864 On Sept. 25 at his residence, the Criterion Hotel, Hobson-street, after a short and painful illness, Mr James Curtis Bond, aged 45 years
Daily Southern Cross, 2 December 1864 LONDON HOUSE, Queen-Street, to be sold, by order of Elizabeth Bond (widow of the late James Curtis Bond). This valuable Business Premises, containing a large Shop, with Plate-Glass Front, Sitting Room, Kitchen, and four large Bed-Rooms

* Peter BRADY
... the HOWICK ARMS, Howick

* Charles BURTON
... the RAGLAN HOTEL, Papatoetoe

* James CHAPMAN
... the AURORA TAVERN, Auckland

* William CHITHAM (1812-1881)
... the HARP OF ERIN, Otahuhu Road
(half way between Auckland & Otahuhu)
Patrick BURKE was the landlord by August 1865
Wanganui Herald, 28 May 1881 CHITHAM - On the 18th instant, at the residence of Mr A. Chitham, Parnell, Auckland, Mr William Chitham (late of Wanganui), aged 69 years

* Henry CLARKE
... the SHAPKESPEARE TAVERN, Auckland

* George COOK
... the PACIFIC HOTEL, Russell

* James COPLAND
... the WHAU HOTEL, Whau

* Robert COX
... the PRINCE ARTHUR HOTEL, Auckland

* William CRONKSHAW
... the DRURY HOTEL, Drury

* Joseph Ralph CREW (1822-1883)
... the PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL, Howick
1856-1857 Jury List, Hotel Keeper, Howick
1865-1866, Qualified to Vote, Freehold Lots 172, 173, 174 & 175 at Howick
New Zealand Herald, 8 October 1883 CREW - On September 29, at Kamo, Whangarei, Joseph Ralph Crew, late of Howick, aged 61 years - Wairarapa papers please copy

* Andrew CUNNINGHAM
... the NEWMARKET HOTEL, Epsom Road

* John DAVIES
... the PRINCE ALBERT INN, Epsom Road

* Patrick DIGNAN
... the CLAMICARDE HOTEL, Auckland

* William EDGECOMBE
... the NORTHERN HOTEL, Great North Road

* Sarah FERRALL (1816-1887)
... the VICTORIA HOTEL, Onehunga

* Thomas FLAVELL
... the DONNYBROOK HOTEL, Mongonui

* John GRIMLEY
... the GIBRALTAR ROCK, Auckland

* Richard GWYNE
... the JUNCTION HOTEL, Epsom & Otahuhu Roads

* William HARLING
... the ALBION INN, Auckland

* Henry HURFIT (1829-1869)
... the COMMERCIAL HOTEL, Otahuhu

* Thomas JOHNSON
... the WINDSOR CASTLE HOTEL, Parnell

* Ann KELLY
... the ROYAL OAK, East Epsom

* James KELLY
... the HIBERNIAN HOTEL, Auckland

* James LAWLESS
... the CAPTAIN COOK HOTEL, Kyber Pass Road

* George LEECH
... the SWAN HOTEL, Auckland

* Daniel LONNERGAN
... the WYNYARD HOTEL, Auckland

* Richard LLOYD
... the SHAMROCK and DIGGERS REST, Auckland

* Peter MacDONALD
... the ROBERT BURNS HOTEL, Auckland

* John McINTOSH
... the MONGONUI HOTEL, Mongonui

* Andrew McMAHON
... the HIBERNIAN HOTEL, Onehunga
Robert TERNAHAN had the license in 1875

* William McMANUS
... the PANMURE INN, Panmure

* John McWILLIAMS
... the PAPAKURA HOTEL, Papakura

* Ephraim MILLS
... the GOVERNOR GREY HOTEL, Auckland

* Michael MULLIGAN
... the PRINCE ALBERT, Onehunga

* Samuel NORMAN
... the COMMERCIAL HOTEL, Onehunga

* Thomas NORTH
... the PRINCE OF WALES, Auckland

* George PEARSON
... the NAVAL HOTEL, Auckland

* John PILKINGTON
... the WILLIAM DENNY HOTEL, Auckland

* John PORTER
... the BRICKLAYERS ARMS, Auckland

* Charles RAVEN
... the GREAT SOUTH ROAD HOTEL, Drury

* William Henry RIPLEY
... the FITZORY HOTEL, Auckland

* John SCHOLES
... the ROYAL GEORGE HOTEL, Newmarket

* David SHEEHAN
... the GOVERNOR BROWNE HOTEL, Auckland

* Henry Joseph SYMS
... the WHEAT SHEAF INN, Auckland

* Henry WARNE
... the BELFAST HOTEL, Auckland

* William WOOD
... the NOTTINGHAM CASTLE HOTEL, Auckland

* William WYLIE
... the FERRY HOTEL, Panmure

* William John YOUNG
... the FARMERS HOTEL, Drury


SEE ALSO ...
* LICENSED to KEEP OPEN TILL 12 o'clock p.m.

* PUBLICANS' LICENSES 1864 Auckland & Bay of Islands


PHOTO
HIBERNAIN HOTEL, Onehunga

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