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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1861-

Hole in the Wall

Latest 1873+

 

East Farleigh

 

Mentioned as being a Beer-house.

 

From the Maidstone Telegraph, Rochester and Chatham Gazette, 12 October 1861.

Bearsted Petty Sessions.

Edwin Barker, beer-house keeper of Farley, was charged, on information laid by Superintendent Maloney, with having had his house open for the sale of beer after the hour of 10 on Sunday night, 15th ult. and was fined 10s. and 11s. costs.

 

From the Kent and Sussex Courier. 5 September 1873. Price 1d.

BEARSTED PETTY SESSIONS.

The Petty Sessions were held on Monday last, the magistrates present being — W. Moore, Esq. (in the chair), Sir G. F. Hampson, Bart., W. Balston, Esq., J. Whitehead, Esq., C. Whitehead, Esq., and G. Marsham, Esq.

This being the annual licensing day, the licenses of publicans were renewed. Edward Barker, landlord of the "Hole-in-the-Wall" beer-house, East Farleigh, applied for a renewal of his license.

It was reported that on the 7th October he was fined 10 for having his house open during illegal hours, and that he had been convicted and fined for drunkenness. The application was adjourned, the Chairman remarking that if the applicant was again complained of his license would be taken away.

 

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BARKER Edward 1861-73+ Kent and Sussex Courier

 

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