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111 BLACKFRIARS ROAD NELSON WARD BEERHOUSE CLOSED 1924
Gt. YARMOUTH LICENCE REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32 ( February 1903 - February 1953 )
LACON & Co by 1928
Licensees :
ROBERT LAXON
& grocer 1868 & 1871
( at 89 Blackfriars Road 1863 - 1888 )
1869 - 1896
HEZEKIAH EVERETT by 1900
JOSEPH WADE 19.05.1905
WILLIAM ROBERT MASTERSON 15.04.1910
GEORGE WILLIAM PAYNE 13.08.1915
ADA WINIFRED PAYNE 14.04.1916
GEORGE WILLIAM PAYNE 10.08.1920
WILLIAM HENRY GODBOLT 26.07.1921
Image courtesy of Colin Tooke - Shown by permission

Licensed from 1869.

Wine licence granted 24.08.1901

Address as 111 & 112 Blackfriars Road by 1916

Referred for 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. Lacon & Co. informed the magistrates that the Average sales were; barrelage  per year, based upon the previous three years was 117 at 14s a barrel. 636 dozen bottles of beer at 1s a dozen. 96 dozen of mineral waters at 3d a dozen. This gave an average yearly sales value of £114 17s 0d or a value of £1378 4s 0d over 12 years.
With rent, depreciation and taking an unlicensed property value at £180, the sum of £1714 18s 0d was claimed - Granted.
The Mayor asked if the Corporation could purchase the property for the sum mentioned (£180). He was advised to contact the company directors in London.

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

Licence expired 14.11.1924

See p 103 of GREAT YARMOUTH & GORLESTON PUBS
by Colin Tooke - Published 2004