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BULLARDS?   Perhaps unnamed house supplied by Bullards to expiry of lease 06.01.1909??
Licensees :
ROBERT SCALES junior * 1854
THEOPHILUS LING * 1856
WILLIAM CATCHPOLE
& coal merchant
( also given 1872 at un-named premises )
* 1858 - * 1869
Convicted of three offences of serving out of hours, by May 1867 - see opposite.
JOHN MIDDLETON * 1869 - * 1893
HARRY LANG 25.10.1893

At Diss Petty Sessions held Wednesday 8th May 1867 it was heard that beerhouse keeper William Catchpole was charged by Police-sergeant Sewter of having his house open for the sale of beer, at four o'clock on the afternoon of Good Friday. Having two previous convictions for similar offences, Catchpole was ordered to pay a fine of £5 and costs of 13s, or to serve three months' imprisonment with hard labour. The money was paid.


The Off-sale beerhouse licence was transferred from John Middleton to Harry Lang on Wednesday 25th October 1893 the transfer was confirmed Wednesday 13th December 1893.