CLASSIFIEDS.

“THE LlQUOR ACT OF 1912.”
(Section 34.)
‘NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TRANSFER OF
LICENSED VICTUALLER’S
LICENSE.

To the Licensing Court -of the Licensing District of Biggenden, acting under “The Liquor Act of 1912.
I, ANTHONY WILLIAM BAULCH, being the holder of a Licensed Victualler’s License under the said Act for the premises known as Commercial Hotel, and situated at Biggenden, in the said District, hereby give notice, that I intend to apply at the next March sittings of the said Court, to transfer ‘the said License to HERMAN MARTIN HENRY WARNEMINDE, of Cooper’s Plains, near Brisbane,
And I, the said HERMAN MARTIN HENRY WARNEMINDE, hereby give notice that it is my intention to apply that such transfer may be granted to me. I am married, having a wife. I have not held a License before.
Dated this second day of February, 1921
ANTHONY WILLIAM BAULCH
HERMAN MARTIN HENRY WARNEMINDE

 

From Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Friday 4 February 1921, page 5.

 

1915 Biggenden Hotel Slq 99183506734602061

1915 Biggenden Hotel Slq 99183506734602061

Image: Biggenden Hotel, 1915, SLQ 99183506734602061, State Library of Queensland.