Leicester pub history index
The Bowl Makers Arms, in 1878.
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1870/Thomas Cattell/../../../Leicester Directory
1878/Thomas Cattell/Bowl Makers Arms/../../Wrights Directory
1881/Miriam Black/Domestic Servant/17/Barrow, Lancashire/Census
29th September 1883/William Barnard made application for wine license to the Bowl Turners Arms, 156 Belgrave gate, he being entitled to sell beer on and off.
Mr Fowler, who appeared on behalf of Barnard, said his clients house was greatly taken advantage of by persons coming from the Great Northern Station, which was not far distant. Many came in for food, and also asked for wine, but he could not supply them. Many persons had even gone away because they could not get accommodated, and it was in consequence of numerous requests that the present application was made. There was no opposition./Leicester Chronicle *
December 21st 1883:
In the County Court of Leicestershire, holden at Leicester.
A second and final Dividend of 1s in the pound has been declared in the matter of special resolution for liquidation by arrangement of the affairs of William Barnard, formerly of the Green Man Inn, Wharf Street, Leicester, in the County of Leicester, Licensed Victualler, afterwards of the Horn of Plenty Inn, Garden Street, Leicester aforesaid, Beerseller, and now of the Bowl Turners Arms, Belgrave gate, Leicester aforesaid, Beerseller, and will be paid .../Bankruptcy
1887/Wm Barnard/../../../Wrights Directory
1899/Geo Richards/Beer Retailer/../../Wrights Directory
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