Some history of the Old Brewery Inn at Old Hill in the County of Staffordshire

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Licensees of the Old Brewery Inn

1872 - John Badger
1890 - Joseph Foley
Note : this is not a complete list of licensees for this pub.

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Related Newspaper Articles

"Joseph Harding, landlord of the Old Brewery Inn, Garratt's Lane, Old Hill, was charged with allowing gambling on his licensed premises on the 24th ult. Mr. W. Waldron prosecuted on behalf of the police authorities. Police-Constable Moss, of the Bilston force, said he went to the Old Brewery Inn, kept by the defendant on the night in question. Witness was disguised as a working man, and in the tap room saw six men. On one of the tables two of the men were playing at dominoes. While in the room witness heard one of the men say "Thin is for a pint of fourpenny." At the time the game was being played two of their companions made a bet of 2s. to 1s. on the game. At the conclusion of the game the man who had lost paid for the pint of fourpenny, which was supplied by the landlord, who was present all the time the game was played. A second game was also played for 3d. Police-Constable Blackshaw corroborated. Defendant, in answer to the charge, said that he knew nothing about the charge, and was not present when the game was played. The Bench said there was a previous conviction against the defendant for supplying a drunken man with beer. Taking that into consideration, they could do no less than fine him £5, and £2. 8s. 10d. costs, and endorse his licence."
"A Brewer Heavily Fined"
County Express : April 14th 1888 Page 6

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