IT is not generally known that, according to the Liquor Act, it is necessary that every public house must have a lamp outside the main entrance to the hotel, and it is necessary that the lamp be lighted at sundown, and be kept burning till closing time.
At Newtown Police Court on Friday James Edison Ikin, licensee of Terminus Hotel, St Peters, was summoned for neglecting to have a light in the lamp outside his hotel.
A fine of 10s and costs, in default three days imprisonment, was imposed.
– Glen Innes Examiner (NSW) April 19 1904
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