Application turned down for the Sandon Hotel

June 18, 1897
At the Liverpool Police Court, yesterday, Mr. R.S. Bremner applied to Messrs. S. Hough and G. Parkin for an extension of hours at the Sandon Hotel, Anfield, from eleven to twelve o’clock at night on, Jubilee Day.

Mr. Ramsay, the licensee, explained that the house was near to the Liverpool Football Ground, and was in a situation that made it much frequented at holiday times. After the magistrates had consulted together, the Clerk (Mr. Moss) said that the bench were equally divided.

Shortly afterwards Mr. T.E. Sampson joined his colleagues on the bench, and the application was renewed. The Chairman (Mr. Hough): “We must decline the application.”

There were no other applications of a similar nature.
(Liverpool Mercury: June 19, 1897)


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