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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1853-

Yacht Tavern

Latest 1873+

94 West Street / High Street

Gravesend

 

Present in from between 1853 and 1873 as far as I so far know.

 

Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser, Monday 27 May 1872.

Elizabeth Russell, a young woman, was brought up on the charge of robbing her master, Mr. Thomas Austin Stack, of the "Yacht Tavern."

Prosecutors said that prisoner entered his service a few days ago, and on the previous evening prisoner said that she had seen a man pass the skylight, and she was going to be robbed. Prosecutor searched but could see no one. This morning prisoner came up and said that the house had been robbed, and prosecutor than found that the till had been emptied, and the contents of a cash box carried away. The cupboard in which cash box was placed have been unlocked by means of a false key. The amount stolen was 6 19s. They afterwards found the prisoners bed and not been slept in during the night. The Superintendent of the Police asked for a remand.

Prisoner said she was quite innocent. She was then reminded.

 

Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser, Saturday 9 August 1873.

Application for Extension of Time.

At the Police Court on Monday Mr. Stack, of the "Yacht," High Street, applied for an extra hour that (Monday) night, when a party of excursionists where to dine at his house.

As the dinner was to take place at 6 o'clock, the Bench considered 11 o'clock quite late enough, and refused the application.

 

LICENSEE LIST

STACK Thomas Austin 1872-73+

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