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13 St ANDREWS HILL St. ANDREW FULL LICENCE CLOSED 1906
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 &  PS 1/8/2 ( 1867 - 1925 )
MORGANS  
GEORGE HARMAN of St. Andrews Hill c1905
Licensees :
JOSEPH JOHN RICE 30.09.1870
BENJAMIN MOUNCER 20.02.1872
FREDERICK ALDEN 07.01.1876
WILLIAM DAY 04.01.1887
JOHN MAHONY 10.05.1887
MATTHEW MEEK 10.10.1888
HARRIETT MEEK 17.02.1891
WILLIAM PORTER WEBB 30.06.1891
ROBERT LARKMAN 11.08.1891
ROBERT REYNOLDS 29.03.1892
CHARLES PENNELL 10.10.1892
Convicted 10.12.1904 of selling out of hours.
Fine 10/- plus 6/- costs or 7 days detention.
Convicted 31.08.1905 on 2 cases of permitting drunkenness.
Fine £1 plus 8/- costs or 14 days detention - on each case.



Formerly the SHOULDER OF MUTTON to c1870.

Given as the FLINT TAVERN in 1872 and as the
FLINT HOUSE in 1875.
Named as the FLINT HOUSE TAVERN in the Licence Registers from 1893

The Chief Constable objected to licence renewal as reported in the Norfolk Chronicle of 10th February 1906.
The court heard that `At 17minutes past eleven o'clock on the night of December 4th 1904, 5 men and 2 women were found in the bar, and one of them was served a bottle of beer'.
On the 6th August 1905 the police had, on separate visits, found 2 men drunk at the bar.
The house was said to be used ` by women of the unfortunate class' as well as by `women of ill fame and convicted thieves'.
Licensee Charles Pennell accepted that he had been previously charged and convicted, but said that the police evidence was `All false' .

The licence application was refused Wednesday 7th February 1906 on the grounds that the premises were ill-conducted.