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36 MIDDLEGATE STREET / SOUTH QUAY
GAOL STREET
NELSON WARD BEERHOUSE CLOSED 1924
Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32 ( February 1903 - February 1953 )
MORGANS  
Licensees :
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JAMES ALGER TRICKER
& Hairdresser
(Hairdresser only in 1854 and 1856)
1857 - 1860
Fine of 1s and 10s costs on Tuesday 20th January 1857 for keeping his house open the previous night, beyond 11:00pm and of permitting numbers of men and women to cause disturbance with their noisy and indecorous proceedings.
( Full ) licence application refused Monday 27th August 1860, as were all the other applications from 24 beerhouses in Yarmouth and Gorleston.
GEORGE LAWSON
& mariner
Age 46 in 1871
1863 - 1879
Mrs MATILDA BURROWS * 1883
S JEFFREYS 1886
GEORGE SEAMAN 1888 - 1900
WILLIAM JAMES MALLONE by 1903
WILLIAM REEVE 14.04.1905
LEONARD SPROULE 18.05.1906
THOMAS CHARLES ATTRIDGE 23.08.1907
JAMES AMBROSE ROBINSON 19.05.1908
CHARLES HARBORD 16.04.1909
SAMUEL HALFKNIGHT 03.06.1910
Convicted 26.10.1907 of permitting gaming.
Fine 5/- plus 23/- costs or 7 days detention.
HORACE ERNEST FARMAN 13.04.1917
ROBERT FRANCIS 14.06.1918
GEORGE WILLIAM WOODS 16.08.1918
WALTER CAPPS MOORE 04.01.1921


Located at the North West corner of Row 124, Middlegate Street to South Quay. Address as South Quay in the Licence Registers.

Mr Tricker applied for a full licence Tuesday 6th September 1859 but did not attend the magistrates hearing and so it was refused.

For sale by auction Thursday 24th January 1867 at the instruction of the Executors of the late Frederick Stanford Esq.
` A good Brewer's house in occupation of Mr. George Lawson.'

Referred to Compensation 05.02.1924.

Licence renewal refused at the Principal Meeting for the Licensing (Consolidation) Act 1910, held 12th September 1924.
A notice of that meeting was published on 20th September 1924 and informed any person due compensation from the closure of the premises, to make their claim by 14th October 1924.

On Friday 19th September 1924, Messrs. Morgans Brewery Co. Ltd. informed the magistrates that the Average sales were; barrelage per year, based upon the previous three years was 63 at 14s a barrel; 192 dozen bottles of beer at 1s per dozen. Over 12 years this would produce sales of £654 8s 0d. With loss of rent over 12 years, depreciation and an unlicensed value of £325 taken into consideration, a net claim of *£669 11s was claimed, and granted.

Although apparently licensed to sell beer and wine, no wine sales recorded.

* unclear entry - subject to correction.

Licence expired 29.12.1924