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THE HILLS WAYLAND HUNDRED BEERHOUSE CLOSED December 1911.
BULLARDS  
Licensees :
THOMAS NEWTON
& agricultural labourer
1871 - *1896
WILLIAM VARGESSON
(As given 1903 and 1910 - Vertigan 1900, 1904 & 1908)
1897 - Closure


Mentioned in Bullards report dated 1871.

 Licence referred at Watton licensing session held 2nd February 1910.

At the Adjourned Licensing Sessions, Wednesday 2nd March 1910 it was said that the sanitary arrangements were defective and was structurally inferior to the PLOUGH BOY which was some 844 yards away. The stable accommodation was used as storage.
Licensee Vargessen said to have been at the house for over 12 years.
Licence referred to the Quarter Sessions on the grounds that the house was redundant and structurally unsatisfactory.

Licence not renewed at licensing meeting of 20th June 1910.
Notice and Claim Form for Compensation under the Licensing Act 1904 published in the Lynn Advertiser of 2nd September 1910.

Freehold property referred for compensation 15.11.1911

It was reported at the Brewster sessions 7th February 1912 that Compensation had been paid on 16th December 1911 and the house had been closed.