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Hotels - Commercial Hotel, Eumundi

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Licensee - Peter O'Reilly

Peter O'Reilly took over the licence of the Commercial Hotel, Eumundi from Peter Paul O'Brien. O'Brien had not long taken over the licence himself and prior to that he held the licence to the Carrolee Hotel, Kingaroy. Peter O'Reilly had also once held the licence to the Kingaroy hotel.[1]

Media Items

1929

THE LIQUOR ACT OP 1912. (Section 34) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER OF LICENSED VICTUALLER'S LICENSE. To the Licensing Court of the Licensing District of Nambour, acting under 'The Liquor Act of 1912.' I PETER PAUL O'BRIEN, being the holder of a Licensed Victualler's License under the said Act for the premises known as the 'Commercial Hotel,' and situated in Eumundi, in the said district, hereby give notice that I intend to apply, at the next Nambour sittings of the said Court, lo transfer the said License to Peter O'Reilly of Eumundi. intending Licensed Victualler. And I, the said PETER O'REILLY, hereby give notice that it is my intentlion to apply that such transfer may be granted to me. I am married, having a wife and six children. I have held a License before far the Kin Kin Hotel. Kin Kin, for about fifteen months, the Grand Hotel, Gympie. for about fifteen months, the Federal Hotel, Childers, for one year and eight months, the Metropolitan Hotel, Maryborough, for seven months, the Carrolleen Hotel, Kingaroy, for four months, the Mellum Club Hotel, Landsborough, for about six months, and the Court House Hotel. Mitchell, for about one year and three months. Dated this twenty-sixth day .-of September, 1929. {Signedj P. P. O'BRIEN. PETER O'REILLY. Leonard Power and Power, solicitors far applicant. Ascot Chambers, Queen Street, Brisbane. [2]

1930

RENEWAL OF LICENSES. In the Licensing Court, on Friday last, before Mr. James Bracewell, Police Magistrate, the following applications for renewal of liquor licenses were granted: ... Peter O'Reilly, Commercial Hotel Eumundi. [3]


1932

Eumundi. Tennis Club. The first meeting of the Eumundi Memorial Park tennis Club was held at the Commercial Hotel on Friday last. The large attendance speaks well for the success of the new club. The members have just completed the erection and laying down of two very fine courts, which were in constant use over the week-end. The following officers were elected: — Patron, Mr. W. Webser; president, Mr. G. Savage; vice-presidents, .Messrs P. O'Reilly, M. Nolan and G. E. Adams; hon-secretary. [4]

1933

NAMBOUR Licensing Court NAMBOUR, April 3. In the Licensing Court, before Mr. James Bracewell; Police Magistrate, licensed victuallers licenses were granted to ... Peter O'Reilly (Commercial Hotel, Eumundi), ... Billiard licenses were granted to ... Peter O'Reilly (Eumundi). [5]

NAMBOUR, June 24. At the Nambour Church of England this morning Rev. G. T. Hobbs solemnised the marriage of Mr. Ray Russell son of Mr. A. Russell. Gympie. and the late Mrs. Russell, and Miss Bertha Wells, eldest daughter of Mrs. V. J. Turnbull, of Eumundi, and formerly of Brisbane. The bride was given away by her stepfather, Mr. W. J. Turnbull, and was attended by Misses M. B. Mayfield, Redcliffe, the bridegroom's, aunt and Miss M. Perrett, Eumundi. The bride's brother, Mr. A. Wells, was best man, and Mr. F. O'Reilly acted as groomsman. The wedding breakfast was served at the Royal George Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Russell later left for Redcliffe and Brisbane, where the honeymoon will [6]be spent.


1935

Leave of Absence Granted. Leave of absence was granted to Peter O'Reilly of the Commercial Hotel, Eumundi, from the 29th January to the 26th February. [7]

Licensing Court. Before Mr. James Bracewell PM.: Application for renewal of victuallers' licenses were granted to ... Peter- O'Reilly, (Commercial Hotel. Eumundi). ... [8]

Hotel Interests Sold. Mr. Peter O'Reilly, licensee of the Commercial Hotel at Eumundi for the past 6 years, has disposed of his interests to Mr. D. Murphy, of Brisbane. [9]

Eumundi, Personal. Miss Molly O'Reilly, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. O'Reilly, late of Commercial Hotel, Eumundi, was a debutante at the Mater ball held in the Brisbane City Hall on June 19. Her white cotelle frock was cut on long- sweeping lines. The neckline was in the form of a square cowl, both back and front, caught in position with diamante clips. The sleeves were circular cut, laced from the shoulder with dainty white silk cords. The waistline was finished with a wide bell, coming from the front panel on the skirt and fastened at the back with an oval diamente buckle. [10]

Licensing Court. Before Mr. James Bracewell PM.: Application for renewal of victuallers' licenses were granted to ... Peter- O'Reilly, (Commercial Hotel. Eumundi). ... [11]

MONTHLY LICENSING COURT. Mr. James Bracewell. Police Magistrate presided over the monthly sittings of the Nambour Licensing Court on Thursday last. ... Transfer of licensed victualler's and billiard licenses approved: Peter O'Reilly. Commercial Hotel. Eumundi, to Daniel Murphy; [12]

Sources

  1. Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser, Fri 4 Jan 1929, p. 2.
  2. Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser, Fri 18 Oct 1929. p. 2.
  3. Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser, Fri 9 May 1930. p. 6.
  4. Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser, Fri 15 Jul 1932. p. 3.
  5. The Week, Wed 12 Apr 1933.p 25.
  6. The Week, Wed 28 Jun 1933. p. 27.
  7. Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser, Fri 8 Feb 1935. p. 5.
  8. Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser, Fri 5 Apr 1935. p. 5.
  9. Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser, Fri 5 Apr 1935. p. 5.
  10. Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser, Fri 21 Jun 1935. p. 5.
  11. Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser, Fri 5 Apr 1935. p. 5.
  12. Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser, Fri 14 Jun 1935. p. 13.




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