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PUBLICAN'S LICENSES

From the New Zealand Government Gazette. Friday, July 21, 1865

At the Annual and Adjourned Licensing Meeting for the Province if Canterbury, holden in May, 1865, the unmentioned Publican's Licenses were granted for the year commencing 1st July, 1865, and ending June, 1866.

HOTEL LICENSES - CHRISTCHURCH
Name Address
Adley Antill Alfred Colombo St.
Barrett John and Thomas St. Asaph St.
Blake James Cashel St.
Campbell James and Moir William Colombo St.
Coker John Etherden Gloucester St.
Collins James Hereford St.
Craythorne William Lincoln Rd.
Cuff Albert Oxford Tce. West
Curtis Stephen Ferrymead
Dearing Christopher Antigua St.
Edgar Noah Cashel St.
Hart John Durham St.
Hossack Agnes Cashel St.
Jones Benjamin Napthali Oxford Tce. West
Kohler Richard Wildblood Lincoln Rd.
Mathews William Papanui
Meddings William Papanui
Milne Alexander Heathcote Valley
Moir William and Campbell James Colombo St.
Newton William Henry Colombo St.
O'Hara James Mancester St.
Oram George Papanui Rd.
Ruddenklau John George High St.
Samuels William Epthorpe Tuam St.
Silk Alfred Ferry Rd.
Smith T. R. J. Market Place
Thompkins Thomas Bowhill Heathcote
Tompkins James Henry Colombo St.
Treleaven Samuel North Rd.
White William Cathedral Square

GENERAL LICENSES

Allchin Henry Tuam St.
Basham George Springs Rd.
Black William Gloucester St.
Brooker George Cashel St.
Burnell Henry George Cashel St.
Cook Thomas Cashel St.
Dell George Colombo St.
Dilloway John Riccarton
Fitzmaurice George Heathcote Valley
Fuchs Joseph Colombo St.
Howes Thomas High St.
Jones Joseph Railway Station
King Frederick Montreal St.
Lippard William Ferry Rd
Martin Phillip Lincoln Rd
Mills John Oxford Tce. East
Morton and Robertson High St
Mummery James Papanui Rd.
Mummery John Colombo Rd
Newham F. L. Colombo St.
Noonan Peter Tuam St.
O'Neill John Manchester St.
Prebble Edward Prebbleton
Sampson George Lincoln Rd.
Sharp George Henry Montreal St.
Smith Charles Lincoln Rd.
Swinbourne Christopher and Hermann Mahnke Market Place
Thomas Edward Felton's Ferry
Thompkins Thomas Bowhill Cashel St.
Truckle Charles Market Place
Warner Robert Cashel St.
West Henry Charles Gloucester St.
Whale John Colombo St.
Willis William Oxford Tce. West

REFRESHMENT LICENSES

Dallas Alexander Oxford Tce. West
Gee Thomas Colombo St.

KAIAPOI - HOTEL LICENSES

Burnip William Ferryman's Arms Kaiapoi
Baugh William Rangiora Hotel Rangiora
Day G. F. Kaiapoi Hotel Kaiapoi
Grant John Kaikainui Hotel Kaiapoi
Hinge Henry Woodend Hotel Woodend
Hammett William Manderville Hotel Kaiapoi
Jeffs Benjamin Sneyd's Arms Kaiapoi
Jones Thomas Ashley Hotel Ashley
Kessen John Woodend Hotel Woodend
Leith John Leith's Hotel Leithfield
Leith John Leith's Hotel Waitohi
Missen T. B. Exchange Hotel Kaiapoi
Oram Brothers Pier Hotel Kaiapoi
Stephens Solomon Plough Inn Rangiora
Steggal Edward Masonic Hotel Rangiora
Wycherley Thomas Lion Hotel Rangiora

GENERAL LICENSES

Ball Thomas White Crane Woodend

TIMARU - HOTEL LICENSES

Allen W. G. Commercial Hotel Timaru
Batterby Jonathan Norfolk Hotel Hook
Clarke John Waimate Hotel
Green Charles Royal Hotel Timaru
Melton John Timaru Hotel Timaru
Wilson T. J. Club Hotel Timaru

GENERAL LICENSES

Butterworth William Queen's Hotel Timaru
Healey George Old Bank Tavern Timaru
Mason G. W. Doncaster Hotel Wash Dyke
REFRESHMENT LICENSES
Gerity Michael Hibernian Hotel Timaru

AKAROA - HOTEL LICENSES

Adams Thomas Criterion Hotel
Scarborough G. Bruce's Hotel
Shadbolt B. Commercial Hotel
Wackerle J. Wackerle's Hotel
CONDITIONAL LICENSES - CHRISTCHURCH AND KAIAPOI

William Birdling - Lake Ellesmere

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. To provide not less than seven beds for travellers, in not less than seven separate bedrooms.
3. To provide a shed, sufficiently weather-tight, and fit for the accommodation of at least four horses.
4. At all times to keep a proper supply of water for the house, and for horses and cattle, and to provide, in a convenient position, a proper trough for watering cattle.
5. To keep at all times a proper supply of oats, and oaten or grass hay. Oats to be charged for to travellers at not more than 6d. per quart, and to be always served out with the authorised quart measure.
6. To provide and keep in good repair a good and sufficient stockyard for cattle, containing a superficial area of not less than 225 square yards. For the occupation of this yard during the night, the licensee may make a charge at rates not exceeding the following, viz.:- Twopence per head for all cattle under 50 in number, and one penny per head for all over that number.
7. To provide and keep in repair a good and moveable sheep-proof yard, containing a superficial area of not less than 900 square yards; or, at the option of the licensee, to keep one acre of land enclosed by a permanent sheep-proof fence. For the occupation of this yard or paddock during the night, the licensee may make a charge at rates not exceeding the following, viz:- Sixpence per score for all sheep under 300 in number, fourpence per score, for all over that number and under 500, and twopence per score for all over 500.
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 all round the house.
9. To be sworn in and act as a constable, especially when required by the magistrates or the police.
10. On all occasions to render every assistance, and to supply information to Magistrates, and to the police, in the execution of their duty.
11. To keep a clean and orderly house, and to render it as comfortable for the accommodation of travellers as the circumstances of position and distance from towns will fairly allow.
12. Nil.
13. The license to be cancelled by order of any three Justices of the Peace, if it be proved to their satisfaction that any of the conditions of the license are not regularly fulfilled, or if any drunkenness be proved to have been allowed on the premises, or if any spirits shall be supplied from the house or premises to any aboriginal of New Zealand.
14. A printed or fairly-written copy of these conditions, and a tariff of all charges, to be kept at all times posted up in some conspicuous place in the tap-room, and all the sitting-rooms, for the information of travellers.
15. To provide a Visitors Book, which shall be kept in the custody of the Licensee; but whenever asked for shall be produced to visitors and lodgers, for the insertion of any remarks on the accommodation or attendance; a notice to this effect to be kept posted in the same manner as the tariff of charges. The book to be open at all times to inspection by Magistrates or the police, and to be sent to the Clerk of the Bench at Christchurch, a week before the annual licensing meeting, for the purpose of being produced at that meeting.

William Bundle - Templeton

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. To provide not less than twelve separate beds for travellers, in not less than eight separate bedrooms.
3. To provide a shed, sufficiently weather-tight, and fit for the accommodation of at least twelve horses.
Conditions 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 same as Birdling's.
12. Nil.
Conditions 13, 14, and 15 same as Birdling's

Cameron D and D - Saltwater Creek

1. All the premises to be kept in good repair. To provide in their house, besides the tap-room, or room answering as such, one public and one private sitting-room.
2. To provide not less than fifteen beds for travellers, in not less than seven separate bedrooms.
3. To provide a shed, sufficiently weather-tight, and fit for the accommodation of at least twelve horses.
Conditions 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 same as Birdling's.
12. Nil.
Conditions 13, 14, and 15 same as Birdling's

William Dale - Rakia River, Southern Cross Hotel

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 two private sitting-room.
2. To provide not less than twelve beds for travellers, in not less than twelve seperate bedrooms.
3. To provide a shed, sufficiently weather-tight, and fit for the accommodation of at least twenty horses.
Conditions 4, 5, 6 and 7 same as Birdling's.
8. NOT to keep a lamp burning at night outside the house.
Conditions 9, 10, and 11 same as Birdling's.
12. Conditions regarding the ferry over the Rakaia to stand as per special agreement with the provincial Government dated 19th July 1860; and especially the licensee shall keep a ferry-boat or boats, to be used upon the river Rakaia; and the gear and all necessary fittings to render the same serviceable to be always maintained in good order and repair. The licensee shall, at all times and hours without unnecessary delay, cross passengers, stock and other goods at the prices names below:-

Pedestrians, each................1s
Horsemen.............................2s 6d
Drays and other vehicles...5s
Merchandise, per ton.........10s
Wool, per bale.....................1s

The boat must be in readiness to meet the mails.

Officers of the Supreme Court, Magistrates, and police comstables on duty, and prisioners, to be ferried free of charge.

To afford every assistance in his power in directing strangers to a safe fording accross the river.