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Irish News - 18 May 1894

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Report on Licensing Business at Belfast Recorders Court:

The following transfers were granted:-

Jane Adams, 6 and 8 Carrick Hill, from Patrick Dolan; James Bradley, 37 Cromac Street, Nicholas Marron; John Carroll, 166 New Lodge Road, Wm. McN'eilly Cruikshank; Jas. Connery, 1,3 and 5 Mounpottinger Road (extension); Francis Convery, 31 Church Lane, Bernard MCrory; Patrick Crealey, 116 Corporation Street; J & M Crealey; Michael Gorman, 2 Milford Street, James McCreich; Patrick Harten, 2,4,and 6 Gamble Street, Felix & Patrick Harten; Patrick Harten, 81 Divis Street, Felix & Patrick Harten; James Magill, 137 Old Lodge Road, Henry Magill; George Maguire, North Street and corner of Winetavern Street; Thomas Maguire, Lebanon Street, Robert Barbour; Catherine Marquis, 55 Falls Road, Patrick Mooney (deceased); Rachel Moore, 64 and 66 Denmark Street, Elizabeth J Beatty; Felix Muldoon, 39 and 41 Valentine Street, Samuel Irvine; James McEntee, 61 and 63 King Street; James McElroy, 54 New Lodge Road, Michael Cairnie; Patrick McKeown, 23 Welsh Street and 33 Stanfield Street, Richard Hampton; Joseph McKernan, 9 Russell Street, Patrick Cleary; William James Scarlett, 73 Hanover Street, Laurence Haughey; John Joseph Trainor, 97 Old Lodge Road and Cavour Street, John Trainor; Edward Vernon, Ravenhill Road (new)

Hugh Ellis applied for a new six day license for premises at My Ladys Road and London Avenue. Mr J.F. O'Riordan opposed on behalf of a resident of the locality. The police also opposed. Mr William Harper appeared for the applicant. Mr ORiordan withdrew his application. His Honour refused the application.

James Lavery applied for a transfer from Elizabeth Murphy for premises at 63 May Street. The application was adjourned.

Saml. McCausland was granted a new seven day license for 18 Donegall Place. Mr McCutcheon appeared for the applicant. The application of Patrick M'Creich for a transfer from Catherine Kernan for 78 Stanhope Street was granted, as was also the application of James Rogan for a new seven-day license for premises, 34 and 36 King Street and corner of Mill Street. Edward Vernon applied for a new seven-day license for premises on the Ravenhill Road. Messrs John McCormick, Wm. Harper, and Andrew M'Erlean appeared for the applicant, and District Inspector Morrell opposed for the police. His Honour refused the application on the ground that there were no special circumstances

 

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