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Licensees :
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ROBERT HALLOCK
& cabinet maker & brew house 1836
& cabinet maker 1845
& master cabinet maker 1851
Died Q3 1856
*1836  -  *1854
THOMAS EDRICH
& cabinet maker
age 48 in 1871
Died Q1 1874
* 1861 - 1874
Mrs MARY ANN EDRICH
Age 58 in 1881
died Q1 1885
1875 - 1881
ARTHUR WILLIAM SCOTTOW 1883
ARTHUR CHARLES TINK * 1888
CHARLES SMITH
age 60 in 1901
died Q3 1917 - age 78
*1890 - *1916
Mrs LUCY BOWEN
died Q1 1932
by 1922 to 1932
HARRY ARCHIBALD PYE 05.04.1932
REGINALD ALBERT WOODS 26.07.1949
JOHN GEOFFREY HOLMAN 08.04.1952
Fine of £5 on 17th June 1952 for supplying liquor outside permitted hours. 
( Fine of 25/- on each of 4 cases of Aiding & Abetting consumption.)

The CABINET MAKERS ARMS c1925

c1925

A Freehold Beer-shop and Cabinetmakers premises for sale by auction Saturday 13th September 1856.
Described as in the centre of Coltishall Street, but within the parish of Great Hautbois.

The Executors of the late Robert Hallock instructed that the Household Furniture and Trade Effects be sold by auction on Wednesday 29th October 1856.
The items included, a large quantity of coffin boards, gate posts, ash, elm, beech and other planks, a small timber jill, two luggage carts, harness, a capital donkey, benches, lathe with 9ft bed, vice, pit saws, &c. Furniture included tables, four-post, French, tent and Arabian bedsteads, six goose featherbeds, chairs, &c.

Publican Charles Smith was summoned on Saturday 30th August 1890 for an alleged assault on Thomas Maggs the younger. Maggs apparently owed money and upon a meeting at Horstead, 10/- was offered towards the debt. Not being satisfied, Smith was said to have hit Maggs on the head with a stick. Several blows then followed between them. Smith claimed that he had been hit first. With two witnesses supporting the latter claim, the case was dismissed, with each party having to pay his own costs.

Licence surrendered 1954