|MARY JOURDAN ( 61 )
||1854 - 1865
||1871 - 1879
||1881 - 1892
|( George Taylor )
||? 1891 ?
||1896 - 1900
||1904 - 1908
|JAMES JOHN WATSON
Fine of 1/- with 4/- costs 15.04.1912 for keeping open during prohibited
|JOHN HENRY HALL
|( George J. Game as Kellys -
Shown on Bryant's 1826 map.
At Hundred Foot Bank 1892
Ten Mile Bank in 1925
Licensee Watson and customer Walter Jefferson both pleaded guilty to charges
made in court 15th April 1912. Constable Symonds had visited the house at
2:53pm on 31st March and found Watson putting a pint mug of beer into a cupboard. Watson
said he had asked Jefferson to stay because it was raining. No beer had been
drawn after 2:30pm and Watson said he was sorry.
Licence renewal not made at Sessions 2nd February 1931.
Letter from Hall, Cutlack & Harlock dated 7th February 1931 states that it had been
decided to drop the licence.