Hamburg Hotel

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Background

Site

History

Community Involvement

The People

George Dixon was the licensee of the Hamburg Hotel, Yandoit in <1862-1863>.[1]

Legacies

See also

Hamburg Mine

Yandoit

Notes


LICENSING MEETING
The annual licensing meeting was held yesterday, before James Daly, Esq. P. M., and R. Burton, Esq., when the following district publicans' licenses were granted without opposition:— J. Phillips, Horse and Jockey Hotel, Yandoit; R. Tucker, Yandoit Hotel, Yandoit; George Dixon, Hamburg Hotel, Yandoit; J. Honey, Mount Franklin Hotel, Limestone Greek; J. James, Hit-or-Miss Hotel, Deep Creek; M. Rachinger, Camp Hotel, Yandoit.
Some fifteen or twenty refreshment licenses were also granted.[2]


In alluvial prospecting a newly organised company, named the Excelsior Company, is taking the lead of the locality. This company's first meeting was held on Saturday last, at Dixon's Hamburg Hotel, at which several resolutions of a promising nature towards a permanent mode of establishing the company were adopted.[3]


WANTED, VIOLINIST accustomed to concert and dance music Apply by letter, George Dixon, Hamburg Hotel, Yandoit.[4]

References

  1. Ballarat Star, 30 June 1862.
  2. Ballarat Star, 30 June 1862.
  3. Ballarat Star, 25 August 1863.
  4. The Argus, 29 October 1864.


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--Clare K.Gervasoni 11:06, 14 August 2016 (AEST)

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