Commercial Hotel (Wellington, N.Z.)

Miller's Commercial Hotel (Wellington, N.Z.)

Operating in 1864 on Willis Street. Opposite Empire Hotel. In 1888 Mrs Smith (late of the Post Office Hotel) was the proprietor.

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Date: [Between 1840s and 1890s] By: Smith, William Mein, 1799-1869; Tyree Brothers (Firm); Reade, M A (Mrs), active 1969 Description: Recent prints from old photographs of Wellington, originally taken between about 1840s and 1890s. Includes one photograph of a painting by William Mein Smith...
Looking south west along Willis Street, Wellington, towards Brooklyn, showing Millers Commercial Hotel, left, Empire Hotel, right, and horse-drawn carts in street
Date: 1861 From: The Press (Newspaper) :Negatives Description: Copy negative taken by an unidentified photographer employed or contracted by 'The Press' newspaper of Christchurch. Photographer of original unidentified. ...
Willis Street, Wellington
Date: 1861 By: Willis, T M, active 20th century Description: Looking south west along Willis Street, Wellington, towards Brooklyn. Millers Commercial Hotel is on the right. The Empire Hotel is on the extreme left. Take...
Lambton Quay, Wellington
Date: [ca 1906] Description: Lambton Quay, Wellington, circa 1906. Baker Bros, Lloyd's, Commercial Hotel and Trocadero Hotel are visible. Taken by an unidentified photographer. Quantity...
Date: [1970-1976] Description: Typescript copy of Lawlor's `Old Wellington hotels' and corrected script, `The Wets and the drys', reminiscences of the liquor laws and how they operated, wh...
Willis Street, Wellington
Date: 1864 Description: Looking along Willis Street, Wellington. Shows, on the left, Commercial Hotel and two buildings along the first office of the Evening Post newspaper. Taken i...
Date: 1858 Description: Retouched photograph of Willis Street looking south with the Empire Hotel on the left and Millers Commercial Hotel on the right. Photographer unidentified. ...
Date: [ca 1860s-1920s] Description: 22 images: 18 are copy negatives of images in books of Old Wellington in the 1860s many of which are captioned; two are of people milling around in front of...