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Notes of 1934

 

From the Dover Express and East Kent News, Friday, 5 January, 1934. Price 1d.

LICENSING DATES

The Chairman announced that the following dates had been fixed for the Licensing Sessions:- First meeting, 1st February, at Wingham, second meeting, 16th February, at Dover, adjourned meeting, 1st march, at Wingham.

 

Dover Express 12 October 1934.

LICENSING SESSIONS. APPLICATION BY NEW CLUB.

The deferred licensing transfer sessions were held at the Town Hall on Friday, before Messes. W. J. Barnes, W. B Brett, S. J. Livings, W. L. Law, C. W. Chitty, Mrs. Binge and Miss Elnor.

The following transfers were effected:-

The "Royal Mortar," from Alfred S. Clunn to Albert Victor Marjoram, 20, Wood Street, Dover. foreman dyer (late Scott's).

The "King Edward" Goschen Road, from John Pugh, to James Shirley, late of the "Three Sugar Loaves Inn," Hollingbourne, Kent.

The "Globe Inn," Peter Street, from Ernest H. Golding, to John Leir Wakerley, 18, Hove Lane, Stockwell, London, Public House Manager.

The "Greyhound," Union Row, from Robert L. Hartley, to Bertram Forster, late of the "Steam Engine Inn," Gillingham, Kent.

The "Wrotham Arms," Broadstairs, from William T. Hopton, to William Samuel Moore, late of the "White Lion Inn," Canterbury.

Licences were granted to John Harry Rogers, in respect of the "Royal Standard." London Road, for music and singing.

George William Holloway, the "Malvern Inn," Clarendon Road, for music and singing.

An application was made by Humphrey Leonard Richardson, of Rennies' Social and Residential Club, Castle Hill House, for music, singing and dancing (ballroom only) licence. which were granted subject to inspection by the police. An application by Mr. Richard-son, to serve intoxicants with meals up to 11 p.m., was not granted.

The Chairman asked Mr. Richardson if his club was a night club.

Mr. Richardson said It was not the bar was so constructed that it could be cut off from the rest of the premises. It would be closed on time, and the law would not be broken. The Chairman: They all say that at first.

 

Dover Express, 14 December 1934.

LICENSING TRANSFER SESSIONS CHRISTMAS EXTENSIONS GRANTED.

At the Dover Police Court on Friday, before the Mayor (Alderman G. M. Norman), Messrs. T. Francis, W. B. Brett, W. L. Law, W. J. Barnes, C. W. Chitty, A. C. Leney, S. J. Livings, J. W. Bussey, Dr. Wood, Miss Elnor and Mrs. Binge.

Mr. Rutley Mowll said he wished to apply on behalf of 83 licensees belonging to the Dover and District Licensed Victuallers' Association for an extension of an hour on the evenings of Saturday, Monday and Wednesday, 22nd, 24th and 26th December, the same facilities as were granted last year. He understood that there was no opposition by the police; there was practically no drunkenness at all in Dover, and as Dover was rather specially situated, being the terminus of a railway journey, it would be a great convenience, not only to the licensees, but to the members of the public if the application were granted.

The application was granted.

A similar application by Mr. Wood, licensee of the "Walmer Castle" on behalf of the licensees who are not members of the Licensed Victuallers' Association, was also granted.

 

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