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Sort file:- Gravesend, June, 2021.

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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1879

Hearts of Oak

Latest 1914

29 Cutmore Street

Gravesend

 

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Kent Messenger and Gravesend Telegraph, Saturday 28th July, 1917.

The licensing (Consolidation) Act, 1910.

Notice as to Sending in Claims to be treated as Persons Interested in Licensed Premises.

County of Kent, Western Division.

Notice is hereby given that the Compensation Authority for the above area having decided at their Principal Meeting held on 12th day of July, 1917, to refuse the Renewal of Licences of the premises specified below, all persons claiming to be interested in the said premises for the purpose of the payment of Compensation under the said act other than the Licencees and the Registered owner of the said premises are required to send to the Compensation Authority notice of their claims before the 20th day of August, 1917, for the purpose of enabling the Compensation Authority to ascertain in manner provided by the Licensing Rules, 1910, the persons entitled to Compensation on under the said Act in respect of the said premises.

Notice of claims, giving particulars of the interests claimed, should be sent to the Clerk of the Compensation Authority at this Office at the Sessions House, Maidstone.

"Hearts of Oak," 29, Cutmore Street, Gravesend. Beerhouse and wine. George Jones. Charrington and Co. Ltd. Gravesend Brewers.

W.B. Prosser, Clerk of the Compensation Authority, Sessions House, Maidstone. Dated this 26th day of July, 1917.

 

Maidstone Telegraph Saturday 17th November 1917.

West Kent Licensing Committee. Compensation appointments.

Mr. Coles Child presided, on Thursday, at a meeting of this committee, at the Sessions House, Maidstone, the other members present being: Colonel J. M. Rogers, Colonel Grubb, Messrs C. Tuff, Joseph Barker, R Batchelor, P. Butt-Gow, S. Lee Smith, H. Hannem, W. A. Smith-Masters, J. H. Hay Rudton, H. J. Wood and G. Naylor with the Clerk (Mr. W. B. Prosser), and the Valuer (Mr. H. M. Cobb, of Higham).

It was the "supplemental" meeting for the awarding of compensation in respect of licences "referred" earlier in the year.

Arranged.

The Clerk announced that agreements had been arrived at in the following cases:-

"Hearts of Oak," beer house etc. 29. Cutmore Street, Gravesend, 1,584, the whole of which, it was stated will be payable to the brewers (Messrs. Charrington and Co,) who would settled with the tenant, (Mr. George Jones.)

 

 

LICENSEE LIST

HARRIS James 1887+

SIMONS James 1891+

JONES George 1913-17

https://pubwiki.co.uk/HeartsofOak.shtml

http://www.closedpubs.co.uk/heartsofoak.html

 

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