|LIST||PUBLIC HOUSES||Paul Skelton|
|Notes of 1883||
From the Dover Express and East Kent News, Friday 7 September, 1883. 1d.
ANNUAL LICENSING DAY
The Annual Licensing Sessions were held on Monday last, in the Court House, at the Maison Dieu Hall, the Mayor (R. Dickeson, Esq.0 being in the chair, supported by E. F. Astley, F. S. Peirce, A. Bottle, W. J. Adcock, and T. V. Brown, Esqs.
RENEWAL OF LICENSES
The Mayor: Before issuing the licenses I should state that the magistrates have received reports from the Superintendent of Dover and the Superintendent of the County Constabulary, who has charge of the public-houses outside this town, showing that the whole of the public-houses have been during the past year well conducted, and I have very great pleasure in announcing that they have resolved to re-issue the whole of the licenses on the books for the ensuing year.
SWEETS AND WINE LICENSES
Licenses to sell sweets and British wines off the premises were granted to Mr. Henry Edwin Thorpe, grocer, 47, Castle Street, and to Mr. John Parton, grocer, 46, Snargate Street.
The names of the houses who had permission to open at half-past three o’clock and at five o’clock in the morning, except Sundays, were then read out and all re-issued.
The Mayor then announced that this sitting of the Licensed Justices would be adjourned to Broadstairs, on Tuesday, the 18th inst., at the “Rose Inn.”