Of the hotels which now exist the “Globe” was kept by Michael Quilty who afterwards built the “Commercial”.
On 12th August, 1871, a person unknown shot Quilty in the head from the street whilst he was serving in the bar. At an “Indignation Meeting” held that night a sum of £200 was subscribed for the apprehension of the would-be murderer. Quilty recovered.
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