A transfer of the license for the Star Inn, Blane street, from Dugald Cameron to John Hopes was allowed
Funeral - The Friends of the deceased Mr. John Hopes invited to attend his funeral, to move from his late residence, Oxford Hotel, Hunter street. Undertaker Walter Neve
Publican. Witness at the inquest into the death of William Pitt
The Market Wharf Inn. We notice, by advertisement, that the above old established hottelry has changed hands. Mr. John Hopes, who has been proprietor for a number of years, has sold out in consequence of illness, and at once proceeds to Sydney. He has been succeeded by an old Newcastle favourite Boniface, who for many yours was known as the popular proprietor of the Shipwrights Arms, viz., Mr. John Petersen, in whose hands, we can safely assert, the Market Wharf Inn will maintain the reputation it has gained as a first-class house, where good liquor and courteous behaviour will always be dispensed.
John and Mary
In Memoriam - In memory of John Hopes, the dearly beloved husband of Mary Hopes, who died January 24 1883 at the Oxford Hotel Newcastle