JAMES J. DALY was born in Camden around 1881, and lived almost his entore life. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. James P. Daly. The elder Daly had gone into the bar business at 800 Linden Street as far back as 1906. He ran the business, known as Daly's Cafe, until his death at age 49 on August 16, 1922. James J. Daly operated the business through at least 1947. He lived across the street from the bar, at 728 Linden Street, in 1947. By 1952 the bar was renamed the Linden Grill, and it is likely that he had sold the establishment. James J. Daly remained in Camden through 1957.
James J. Daly was a long-time member of of Camden Lodge 293, Improved Benevolent Order of Elks, and of the Church of the Immaculate Conception at Broadway and Market Streets.
In February of 1958 James J. Daly passed away at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Greenan. He was also survived by three sisters, Mrs. Catherine Gordon and Miss Sadie Daly, of Los Angeles, and Mrs. Rose Steen, of Washington D.C.
|Camden Courier-Post - June 20, 1933|
2 CAMDEN MEN PAY LIQUOR LAW FINES IN
Two Camden men were among a group of five liquor law violators to pay fines yesterday in U. S. District Court before Judge John Boyd Avis after pleading guilty to charges of possession.
Frank Tischner, 40, of 1244 Cambridge Street, arrested by prohibition men on charges of possession of liquor and maintaining a nuisance paid a fine of $1 and drew a five-day sentence in the county jail.
A man who identified himself as George Grob, Jr ., of 800 Linden Street, was fined $75 on charges of possession of high-power beer. When arrested Grob said he was James J. Daly, of the same address. According to Assistant U. S. Attorney Isador Worth, an indictment returned against Daly showed that Grob used his name when arrested by federal men.
|Camden Courier-Post - February 26, 1936|
SALOON PADLOCKED 15 DAYS
Alcohol Control Board Issues Order After Horse Race Sheets Are Found
decree was issued last night after a hearing on charges made by state
charged they raided Manfredini's place January 10 and discovered a box
containing $23 and two horse race sheets.
In placing the ban on the saloon, John J. Morrissey, chairman, declared the board also considered a conviction against the saloon operator last year, when he was tined $200 on charges of violating a section of a city ordinance.
J. Daly, of 800
charged by state agents with having a bottle of liquor in his barroom
which did not comply with contents noted on the label, was dismissed and
placed on probation for the remainder of the current license year.
who has been in the saloon business here for 33 years, said contents of
the bottle in question was for his own personal
use and had been diluted because he was unable to drink liquor of high
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