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Spread Eagle
50 KING STREET NELSON WARD FULL LICENCE CLOSED
   FERRIER & Co Conveyed 17.06.1884 to S&P
STEWARD & PATTESON  
Licensees :
....... 1822
CHARLES HOCKLEY 1830
SAMUEL SIMMS 1836 - 1839
WILLIAM BEALES 1844 - 1846
WILLIAM CARTER
age 48 in 1851
1850 - 1856
THOMAS EDWARD BOWLES 1858
JOHN WINTER 1861
JAMES PALMER 1863 - 1869
Monday 1st February 1864 - Ordered to put 5s into the poor box for having house open on the previous day at illegal hours.
HENRY BINKS
Age 51 in 1871
1871 - 1872
JOHN GAMBIA 1875
WILLIAM SNOOK 1877 - 1879
WILLIAM R PLANE 1881
ROBERT C. DYE 1883
WILLIAM ISAAC DYE 1886 - 1888
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Licensee John Winter was charged Monday 26th August 1861 of having persons drinking in his house at illegal hours, the previous day. It was explained that no liquor had been drawn, but a person in the house had been ill and had previously brought some rum with him. - Cautioned and discharged.

Conveyed 17th June 1884 from George Lucas, William James Steward, John Baker and Jane Parker Ferrier to Donald Steward and Henry Staniforth Patteson.

S&P offered to drop the full licence (Reported 25.08.1888), plus that of the PRINCESS CHARLOTTE, George Street in exchange for a new Off-beer licence in Winifred Road, Southtown. The new licence was granted.

Building in use as a shop 1997.