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STATION ROAD DISS HUNDRED FULL LICENCE  
BULLARDS
WATNEY MANN
BRENT WALKER
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Licensees :
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JOHN THROWER
age 51 in 1851
1851 - 1861
Fine of £5, including costs, for having house open at 12 o'clock on the morning of Sunday 5th June 1853. Further fined £5, including costs, for refusing to admit a policeman.
Mrs SARAH THROWER 06.07.1863 - 1869
Mrs SARAH THROWER
(At the REFRESHMENT ROOMS)
1869
WILLIAM FILBEE 1869 - 1877
JOHN FRIDAY FENN
See opposite
1879 - 1892
JAMES FULLER
Died 1903
11.10.1893 - 1903
Mrs MARIA SARAH FULLER 08.07.1903 - 1909
FREDERICK WILLIAM STURGEON 10.03.1909
On Wednesday 10th February 1909, the renewal of licence was postponed owing to the police Superintendent having a case against the tenant in preparation.
HENRY ROUSE 1912 - 1916
Miss EDITH HELENE ROUSE
Daughter of Henry - Temporary transfer whilst he was away on service. Confirmed 11.01.1916
13.10.1915
HENRY ROUSE 1916
Mrs EDITH SMITH 1937
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GEORGE & ELSIE HUGGINS undated (c1962)
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TARA & CHRISTOPHER BROWNING by 2004
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Also as the RAILWAY HOTEL & Posting House.

For Sale by Auction Tuesday 7th 1863.
Described as a Modern and well-built Public House commandingly situated at the junction of the Great Eastern and Waveney Valley Railways.
Immediate Possession available.

Sarah Thrower was given notice to quit by the executors of the will of the late Richard Bullard.  She had to quit the house on 25th August 1868 and would be liable to costs if she did not sign the necessary documents for the transfer of licence.

On Tuesday 24th August 1869, Mr. Carlos Cooper made an application on behalf of Mrs Sarah Thrower for a spirit licence for the STATION HOTEL. The request was refused in consequence of the informality of the notice. The application for renewal of the beer licence was adjourned.

(Note : In 1869 both the Railway Tavern and the Station Refreshment Rooms are given under separate entries.)

On Wednesday 26th August 1874 William Filbee, landlord of the RAILWAY TAVERN applied for a new licence for a new house, close to Tivetshall Station,  to be called the RAILWAY HOTEL. The application was granted.

Mr. Fuller obtained a licence extension of one hour on Wednesday 28th September 1898 in order to allow the festive gathering of the Diss Cycling Club on 4th October 1898.

No change recommended at the First Joint Committee Meeting of Bullards and Steward & Patteson 29th May 1962.
Sales then reported as
182 barrels.

  It was announced 10th November 1849 that the "Opening of the Norwich Extension Railway, Eastern Union Line, had at length taken place, completing communication from Norwich to London, via Ipswich, Colchester and Chelmsford."
The Tivetshall section was described as "Leaving the station, the railway descends an incline of 1 in 733, running over a shallow embankment, and then entering a cutting 11 feet deep; which, at 16 miles from the junction, leads to the parish of Gissing."