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Hotels - Prince of Wales Hotel, Ipswich

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Licensee Peter O'Reilly

"THE LIQUOR ACT OF 1932." (SECTION 34.) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER OF LICENSED VICTUALLER'S LICENSE. To the Licensing Court of the Licensing District of Ipswich, acting under "The Liquor Act of 1912." DOROTHY GATES, being the holder of a Licensed Victualler's License under the said Act for the premises known as the Prince of Wales Hotel, and situated at Brisbane-street, Ipswich, in the said District, hereby give notice that I intend to apply, at the next August sittings of the said Court, to TRANSFER the said License to PETER O'REILLY of Brisbane-street, Ipswich, Hotel keeper. And I, the said PETER O'REILLY, hereby give notice that it is my intentlon 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 for several hotels, Including the Commercial Hotel, Eumundi, for over 6 years, the Court House Hotel, Mitchell, for over 2 years, and the Mellums Club Hotel, at Landsborough for seven months. Dated this First day of July, 1935.DOROTHY GATES, Transferror. P. O'REILLY, Transferee. PENDER 6 PENDER. Solicitors for Applicants. Ipswich. 346 [1]

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  1. Queensland Times, Sat 20 Jul 1935. p. 13.




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